Historic Sandown - 10th to 11th Nov 2018
Historic Winton Honouring the Past - Australia's largest and most popular all-historic motor race meeting presents two big days of non-stop racing featuring over 400 historic racing cars and motorbikes from the 1920s to the 1980s.   The 42nd Historic Winton Anniversary and Special Features List includes :  •	110 years - Ford Model T including Speedsters, •	90 years -  Morris Minor 1928- 1934, First Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island,    •	80 years - Ford Prefect, Humber Super Snipe, AJS Matchless Silver Streak, Peugeot 202, Standard Eight, Volkswagen Beetle, Wolseley 14/60, 1938 Grand Prix at Mt Panorama, •	70 years - Austin A70 Hampshire and Hereford, Austin A90 Atlantic, Citroen 2CV, Jaguar XK 120, Porsche 356, Singer SM 1500, Morris Minor 1948-1971, Sunbeam Talbot 90, Vauxhall Velox and Wyvern, Wolseley 6/80, Aston Martin DB1, Holden 48/215 (FX), Land Rover, •	60 years - Austin A40 Farina, Austin Healey Sprite, Chevrolet Impala, Morris Major, Austin Lancer, Rover P5, Wolseley 15/60, Formula Junior,   •	50 years - Holden HK, Holden Kingswood, Holden Monaro, Ford Falcon XT, AMC Javelin, Renault 6, Peugeot 504, Volvo 164, Sydney to London Matrathon.  42nd Historic Winton - 25th & 27th May 2018 Phillip Island Classic 2018 Dedicated to Celebrate 50 Years of Formula 5000 Racing  Regarded as one of the largest historic racing events in the world, the 2018 Phillip Island Classic will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the spectacular Formula 5000 worldwide racing with a field of more than 30 cars from Australia and New Zealand  Set for 9th to 11th March, 2018, at the highly acclaimed Phillip Island circuit, the event will create international interest with five legends of Formula 5000 racing confirmed as patrons for the 50th celebratory year event.  The patrons include Alfredo (Alfie) Constanzo retired Italian born Australian racing driver who competed in four Australian Grand Prix and won four Australian Drivers’ Championships, equalling the record set by Bib Stillwell.  Kevin Bartlett – often known as ‘KB’ is a former Australian open wheel and touring racing driver who won the Australian Drivers’ Championship in 1968 and in 1969, as well as the Bathurst 1000 in 1974 and was named in Wheels Magazine’s Annual Year Book in 2004 as one of Australia’s 50 greatest race drivers.  Alan Hamilton – Twice Australian Sports Car Drivers’ Champion, Porsche Importer and Team Owner and four times winner of the Gold Star Championship with Alfie Constanzo. Alan was third in the 1971 Australian Grand Prix and second at Bathurst in 1974 with Colin Bond.  Tasmanian, John McCormack became one of the leading Formula 5000 racers in the 1970’s winning the Australian Drivers’ Championship three times. John won the New Zealand Grand Prix in 1973/74 and as well as racing open wheelers he raced sport sedans and touring cars.  Ken Smith MBE from New Zealand won the New Zealand Grand Prix in 1976, 1990 and in 2004 and raced Formula Ford, Formula 5000, Formula Pacific, Formula Mondial and Toyota Racing Series. Ken has competed over 59 consecutive seasons on the motor racing circuit. He has won the Gold Star Drivers Award five times, Formula 5000 Revival three times, the Penang Grand Prix three times, the Selanger twice and the Malaysian Grand Prix once. In 1995 Ken was inducted into the New Zealand motorsport Hall of Fame. Phillip Island Classic - 9th to 11th March 2018
Baskerville Historics - 21st to 23rd Sept 2018 Tasmania puts on a great historic event that grows stronger each year
Interstate Historic Motorsport Events
Formula Junior 60th Anniversary and more……  HSRCA commence their 2018 NSW historic racing season with the Autumn Festival, to be held at Wakefield Park over the 7th & 8th of April, with private practice offered on the 6th.  Celebrating the 60th anniversary of Formula Junior, welcoming the BMW E30 group to HSRCA meetings and much, much more!  Entry is scheduled to open before the end of January. HSRCA Autumn Festival 2018 - 7th & 8th April