This week in motor sport: 9 - 11 August

Thursday 08 August, 2019
The Century Batteries Wynarka Enduro is just one of the many events taking place around Australia this weekend.
Need your fill of motor sport action but don’t know where to get it?
 

cams.com.au take a look at some events on the agenda this week, from state and national level through to grassroots motor sport.

2019 Make Smoking History Targa West

When: 8 -11 August
Where: Perth, Western Australia
 
For the 15th time in its history, the Make Smoking History Targa West hits the surrounding areas of Perth’s city surrounds as both classic and modern cars put on a show for the Western Australian Public.
 
For four days, competitors will race against the clock and each other on closed road special stages in and around Perth, Whiteman Park, Muchea, Ellenbrook, Kalamunda, Parkerville and Toodya before returning to the City of Perth for the special conclusion. 
 
The action is free for spectators to come down and watch the stages as the cars roar past, with 50 crews entered into the popular tarmac rally.
 

 

Hindmarsh Shire Rainbow Desert Enduro

When: 9 - 11 August
Where: Rainbow
 
The BFGoodrich CAMS Australian Off Road Championship (AORC) heads to Rainbow, with the western Victorian town hosting what will be a fitting finale.
 
The championship fight between two legends of the sport – Shannon Rentsch and Mark Burrows – as well as a number of others drivers an outside chance to secure the title and etch their name in history. The battles extend through the various class championships as well, promising plenty of action throughout the field.
 
With 53 crews tackling more than 500 competitive kilometres of sand, mud, gravel and grass – the thrilling conclusion to the AORC is one not to be missed.
 
With Scrutineering to take place on Friday night, Prologue begins Saturday morning before drivers take on two laps of the 70km course on Saturday afternoon and a further five on Sunday.
 

KCF Rallysport Short Course Challenge - Burnett Sprint

When: 10 August
Where: HQ - Benarkin State School
 
The Challenge has undergone some changes in recent times in order to ease the pressure on competitors with the introduction of A to B timing.
 
Headlined by CAMS Australian Rally Championship driver Adrian Coppin, the 19 crews are set to do battle in the forests of Benarkin with more than 100 competitive kilometres.
 
There is one free spectator point available for fans with the cars passing through on two occasions. 
 
2019 Cardwell Forest Rally
When: 10 - 11 August
Where: Cardwell and Kennedy Forestry Areas
 
CAMS 2019 NSW Supersprint Championship Round 4
When: 10 August
Where: Sydney Motorsport Park - Amaroo
 
WAC Volunteers Rallysprint
When: 10 August
Where: Awabawac Park
 
Century Batteries Wynarka Enduro
When: 10-11 August
Where: Wynarka
 
Swan Hill Sporting Car Club Multi-Club Autocross
When: 10-11 August
Where: Jack Chisholm Reserve
 
Starlight Saunter
When: 10 August
Where: Korweinguboora Recreation Reserve
 
SDCC Multi Club Khanacross Round 5 + JDP
When: 10-11 August

Where: Mid Murray Motorplex

LF Performance Targa City Sprint
When: 11 August
Where: Riverside Drive, Perth

CAMS Tasmanian Motorkhana Championship - Round Four
When: 11 August
Where: Latrobe Speedway Pits, Tasmania
 
Murwillumbah Sporting Car Club - Khanacross
When: 11 August
Where: Murwillumbah Showgrounds, Queensland
 
CAMS NSW State Motorkhana Round 8
When: 11 August
Where: Sydney Motorsport Park Skid Pan, New South Wales
 
MSCA Super Sprint
When: 11 August
Where: Winton Raceway, Victoria 
 
MGCCN August Dirt Motorkhana
When: 11 August
Where: Ringwood Motorsport Complex, New South Wales 
 
Winter Cup 4
When: 11 August
Where: Collingrove Hillclimb, South Australia
 
Douglas Shire Motor Sport Association Round 8 2019 Championship
When: 11 August
Where: Reef and Rainforest Track, Queensland
 
Smooth as Silk Khanacross
When: 11 August
Where: Buronga, New South Wales
 
Alice City Tyrepower Khanacross and Come N Try
When: 11 August
Where: Finke Desert Race Complex, Northern Territory
 
BMW Drivers Club NSW 2019 Supersprint Championship Round 7
When: 11 August
Where: Sydney Motorsport Park, New South Wales
 
MAC Dirt Car Sprint Round 5
When: 11 August
Where: Reserve Raceway Millmerran, Queensland
 
 
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