Race Phillip Island schedule confirmed

The schedule for next month’s Race Phillip Island has been released with a bumper weekend on the cards for the third round of the 2024 Shannons SpeedSeries season.

A strong pool of six national categories will be in action at the iconic Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit throughout the three-day event where more than 18 hours of track time make up the busy schedule.

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Featuring at the Shannons SpeedSeries for the third time in 2024 will be both the Supercheap Auto TCR Australia Series and Trico Trans Am Series, while the Fanatec GT World Challenge Australia powered by AWS, Monochrome GT4 Australia, Porsche Michelin Sprint Challenge and Workhorse Radical Cup Australia all make their first appearances for the year.

After enjoying four outings in Tasmania, Trans Am will revert back to its traditional weekend format of three races, with competitors in TCR and Porsche also contesting three races apiece.

As for GT World Challenge, Radicals and GT4, which will run its first official round as a solo category, they will run two endurance races throughout the weekend – one on both the Saturday and Sunday.

View the full Race Phillip Island schedule here. 

Tickets for the event are available for purchase at mototrsporttickets.com.au with multiple ticketing options on sale, including weekend passes and corporate packages.

Outside of seeing some of the best categories in the country in action, fans who can make it to the famous circuit for the event will also be able to take part in a special free grid walk ahead of the GT World Challenge’s final race on Sunday afternoon.

Fans who can’t make it to the track will be able to tune into the event via the free 7plus and 7mate broadcasts, with timing details to be released in the coming weeks.

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The third round of the 2024 Shannons SpeedSeries season, Race Phillip Island, takes place at Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit on 12-14 April.

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