This week in Motor Sport: 19 - 21 July

Thursday 18 July, 2019
The Tighe CAMS Hillclimb Series holds its fourth round at Mt Cotton this weekend.

Need your fill of motor sport action but don’t know where to get it? take a look at some events on the agenda this week, from state and national level through to grassroots motor sport.

Accent Benchtops Working Dog Rally

When: 20 July
Where: Bonalbo NSW
Another dual championship round this weekend as the MTA CAMS NSW Rally Championship holds its penultimate round for 2019 and the P3 Solutions CAMS Queensland Rally Championship has its third hit out.
A number of big names from around the country will make part of the enormous 49 crew field with Glenn Brinkman and Harvey Smith to headline the New South Wales based event.
Competitors will be taking on 110km of shire roads during the one-day blind rally with seven day and two night stages forming the event.
With the first car to head out at 8.30am local time, there are three spectator points throughout the event, while the fans can get up close and personal with crews at the Bonalbo Showground.

2019 CAMS Victorian State Circuit Race Championship Round 4

When: 19-21
Where: Sandown International Raceway

For the second time this year, Sandown will host the CAMS Victorian State Circuit Race Championship after a thrilling season opener in March.
Once again, all the staple categories will be in attendance for this weekend with more than 200 entries set to compete across the 11 categories.
Headlining the weekend will be the Improved Productions and Formula Vees, with each category having more than 35 cars on the field, while the 28-field Hyundai Excel series’ season is also heating up.
With the action-taking place between 9am and 4.30pm local on both Saturday and Sunday, fans can head to the iconic track from 7am onwards.

St Helens Screamer

When: 20 July
Where: Peron Dunnes - St Helens
The third round of the CAMS Tasmanian Off Road Championship takes place this weekend at the picturesque Peron Sand Dunes on Tasmania’s east coast.
Throughout the one-day event, competitors will be taking on 200 competitive kilometres on the 4km sand course, with the event comprising of three 40 minutes heats plus an extra lap.
Last year saw Michael Donohoe lead the field from start to finish behind the wheel of his Evo Tech Pro Buggy in what was a faultless performance. Finishing behind him was Pro-Lite winner Chris Branch and Sportslite victor Andrew Giffard.
The first heat will get underway at 11am local time with the first car expected to cross the finish line around 2:45pm.

Click here for more information on the CAMS Tasmanian Off Road Championship.

Other events around Australia

2019 Hedweld Group of Companies Milbrodale Mountain Classic
When: 19-21 July 
Where: Milbrodale Mountain Race Track, New South Wales
2019 NAMSC Motorkhana Series - Round 3
When: 19 July
Where: Hidden Valley Motor Sports Complex, Northern Territory
PCQ – Round 8 2019 – Sprint & Multi Club Track Day
When: 20 July
Where: Morgan Park, Queensland
NSW Interclub Supersprint Series - Round 5
When: 20 July
Where: Sydney Motorsport Park, New South Wales
CACA Night Skidpan
When: 20 July
Where: Sydney Motorsport Park, New South Wales
Traction Tyres/Yokohama BMWDCM Drivers Championship Round 5 2019
When: 20 July
Where: Winton Motor Raceway, Victoria 
NAMSC Have a Crack @ The Track
When: 20 July
Where: Hidden Valley Raceway, Northern Territory
Legana Tyres and More Motorkhana Series Round 3
When: 20 July
Where: Symmons Plains Raceway, Tasmania 
SDCC State Championship 2019 & SDCC Club Khanacross Round 4
When: 20-21 July
Where: Mid Murray Motorplex, South Australia 
Bowen Superboats Motorkhana
When: 20 July
Where: Bowen Catalina/Sailing Club, Queensland
2019 Mantic Clutch NSW Hillclimb Championships Round 7
When: 20-21 July
Where: Oakburn Park, New South Wales
Carric Accounting & Business Services - Tighe CAMS Hillclimb Series Round 4
When: 20-21 July
Where: Gramzow Road - Mt Cotton, Queensland
EP Autosports Club Inc. Motorkhana and Come and Try Day
When: 20 July
Where: Ironwood Raceway, South Australia
Group5 Series Round 7 - Peter Waddleton Memorial Motorkhana
When: 20 July
Where: TCCA Grounds, Victoria
MMC Palmyra Motorkhana
When: 20-21 July
Where: Palmyra Dragstrip, Queensland
Springmount Bitumen Khanacross
When: 20-21 July
Where: Springmount Raceway, Victoria
Sprenger's July Khanacross
When: 20-21 July
Where: Sprenger Property, Queensland
DSCC Autocross & Khanacross Round 6
When: 21 July
Where: Deniliquin Sporting Car Club, New South Wales
Kyneton Car Club Inc Round 1 Closed Club Autocross
When: 21 July
Where: Rollinson Reserve, Victoria
Multi-Club Motorkhana
When: 21 July
Where: Boisdale Hillclimb Track, Victoria
MG Car Club Canberra Multi Club Motorkhana
When: 21 July
Where: VMA-Transport Industries Skills Centre, ACT
Autocross/Khanacross Series Round 2
When: 21 July
Where: Geelong Motorsports Complex, Victoria
Multiclub Khanacross
When: 21 July
Where: Bryant Park, Victoria
GSCC Hillclimb Series Round 3
When: 21  July
Where: Mountain View Motorsport Complex, Queensland
Collingrove Challenge Trophy Series 3 Hill Climb
When: 21 July
Where: Collingrove Hill climb, South Australia
PCNSW Tony McKnight Motorkhana Championship 2019 Round 3
When: 21 July
Where: Sydney Motor Sport Park, New South Wales
BORMSA Autocross
When: 21 July
Where: BORMSA Motorplex, Western Australia
Ballarat Light Car Club Khanacross Series Round 3
When: 21 July
Where: Ballarat Airport, Victoria
Cec Jackman Motorkhana Series 2019 Round 3
When: 21 July

Where: Ballarat Airport, Victoria

Superkarts Race Meeting and Modern Regularity
When: 21 July
Where: Mallala Motorsport Park, South Australia 
Coffs Coast Khanacross Round 3
When: 21 July
Where: Raleigh Raceway Paddock, New South Wales
Dirt Sprint Round 3
When: 21 July
Where: Willowbank Park, Queensland