Plans are underway to kick this off again and pending government advice - we will be able to race Round 3 at Sydney Motorsport Park on the 25th to 27th of September, and Round 4 at Wakefield Park on the 13th to 15th of November. If we can get these two rounds in, we will have completed 75% of the season which will be enough to crown 2020 Class A and B Cup winners.
If, we are unfortunately unable to complete 2 more rounds in 2020 (eg, upon government advice we can only compete at one more round this year), we will run a 2020/2021 super season, with championship points accumulated across both 2020 and 2021.
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After a fantastic first round of racing, check out your 2020 Class A and Class B points.
We are very proud to announce that The Thunder Sports Cup and has gained fantastic support from the Albury, Wodonga and District Car Club
( AWDCC ).
Check them out along with our other wonderful supporters and sponsors on including Phoenix Lubricants, Prime Finance, Ambler Direct, Rook Finance, Grampians Edge Caravan Park and Endless Brakes on our Sponsors page and support those who support us!
Version 6 of the Technical Rules and Version 4 of the Series Rules are now publicly available! Go to the Rules tab to check them out.
The 2020 Thunder Sports Cup Calendar is now launched! 4 Rounds across 3 states with 2 of the country's premier permanent circuits! Get on board.
The Thunder Sports Cup is a professional standard Motorsport event for grass-roots competitors! With one of the most open circuit racing technical rule books in Australian Motorsport, the emphasis is on maximum fun in loud, angry looking race cars.
With the Series Rules and sponsorship that we have in place, our aim is to accommodate the grass-roots competitor, providing them with maximum fun and bang for buck! This makes The Thunder Sports Cup perfect for the “Garagista”, a term coined by Enzo Ferrari to describe the small back-yard racing teams that dared to challenge and beat a grand Constructor like himself.
In 2020 The Thunder Sports Cup will be 4 rounds with the Australian Motor Racing Series. A true National Category with drivers from 4 states racing across Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales, there is a live stream and loads of highlights for the fans to catch all the action.
The Technical Rules are the same for all competitors, however under the Series Rules there are two classes - Class A and Class B. Whilst both classes are on the track at the same time, they are in their own race with each class having their own outright winner, own podium and own points.
If you think you car may fit but are unsure please contact us, if your car is in the spirit of the class there is a good chance you can run.