Race Winton schedule confirmed

The full schedule for next month’s highly anticipated Hi-Tec Oils Race Winton has been finalised.

Taking place at Winton Motor Raceway, the fourth round of the Shannons SpeedSeries will see seven national categories enjoy plenty of track time across three action-packed days.

Plenty of regular Shannons SpeedSeries categories make up the event bill, including the National Trans Am Series, Supercheap Auto TCR Australia Series, Kumho V8 Touring Car Series and the S5000 Australian Drivers’ Championship – all of whom featured in Phillip Island.

The Gulf Western Oils Touring Car Masters returns for its third round of the 2023 season, following rounds at Newcastle and AWC Race Tasmania.

Joining the Shannons SpeedSeries for the first time this year will be the Australian Formula Ford Series and the Precision National Sports Sedan Series, which holds the first round of its 2023 season.

View the full schedule here.

The Precision National Sports Sedans Series will hold the first round of its 2023 season as part of the Hi-Tec Oils Race Winton.

All categories will enjoy two practice sessions, one qualifying and three races throughout the round with the exception of Touring Car Masters, which will have just one practice session, qualifying and four races – the first being its regular Trophy Race.

Saturday will be the busiest of the weekend with 15 sessions throughout the day – the National Sports Sedans Series first up at 9am AEST before Supercheap Auto TCR Australia ends proceedings with the first of its three races at 4:40pm.

The round will then finish up on Sunday with almost eight hours of action to take place.

Once again, the Precision National Sports Sedans Series will get the day underway with the second of its three races, while TCR Australia will wrap up the weekend in style with its final race.

Tickets for Race Winton are currently on sale via motorsporttickets.com.au with plenty of options available for fans wanting to attend, including camping options.

Those unable to make it to Winton during the King’s Birthday Long Weekend can tune into Stan Sport for live and uninterrupted coverage of Saturday and Sunday’s action, while 9Gem will once again broadcast Saturday afternoon’s racing.

Saturday’s Stan Sport coverage begins with Touring Car Masters at 11:20am AEST and continues all the way through to the final race of the day, while Sunday’s coverage will start at 9:45am until the conclusion of the day.

View the full schedule here.

The 2023 Hi-Tec Oils Race Winton, round four of the Shannons SpeedSeries will take place at Winton Motor Raceway on 9-11 June.