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Autumn Historic Warwick race meeting
May 2022 Morgan Park Raceway, Warwick Information & Downloads Status Documents Invitation Non Online Entry Form Online Entry Supplementary Regulations Further Supplementary Regulations Media Accreditation Entry List Event Schedule Event Results Event Poster  Not available  DOWNLOAD Autumn Historic Warwick 2021 Results Here
Historic Warwick Foggy Start Fans and racers at Morgan Park Raceway in Queensland saw a great weekend of motorsport last weekend with the annual Autumn Historic Warwick historic race meeting. With 160 entrants across all the historic categories there was plenty of action on track. But it was a late start for Saturday morning with dense fog causing an hours delay. To catch up, all qualifying sessions were reduced by 5 minutes and racing ran till sunset. The last race on Saturday being an excellent handicap race for the Heritage Touring Cars category which was won by Terry Lawlor in the ex- Bob Morris 1981 Falcon XD. It was a programme of 35 events for the weekend with the Heritage Touring Cars category the main attraction and they put on some great racing for fans with sights and sounds from the past. The Group A, ex-Gibbs 1992 Nissan Skyline R32 driven by Anthony Alford was the car that set the pace with pole and a win in all other races except the handicap. Terry Lawlor took out the overall Group C category in his XD Falcon. The Glenn Seton Trophy for Group A was won by Anthony Alford in his GIO Nissan R32 And the John French Trophy for Group C taken by Terry Lawlor in the XD Falcon Group N Touring Cars also had big fields and the racing was tight, particularly in Group Nc with Rod Cannon (Falcon GTHO), Grant Wilson (Camaro), Graeme Wakefield (Mustang) and Peter Baguley (Torana) all pushing for a win. In their 3rd race, Grant Wilson spun causing damage to his own car as well as Cannon’s Falcon and Baguley’s Torana. The Memorial Bill Campbell Trophy 8 lap race was taken by Grant Wilson in his 1969 Camaro. Overall Group Nc winner for the weekend was Rod Cannon in the Falcon and for Group Nb it was Craig Thompson in his 1964 Lotus Cortina Tin top cars were the attraction, however, there was some close historic Formula Ford races too. Dylan Fahey and Brady McHugh in Van Diemens were the star performers. Production Sports cars also produced good racing between the Porsche 911 of Stan Adler and a swag of Nissan 240Z’s as well as down in the smaller capacity classes where Manuel Pena had straight wins in his 1968 Alfa Romeo. Sport Sedans and Regularity Trials were also a feature and fans got to see some great cars being driven competitively. A great weekend made possible only made possible by the volunteer officials who freely devote their skill and time to the sport. The next Historic race meeting at Morgan Park Raceway, Warwick will be the Historic Queensland event on over the 2nd to 4th July, 2021. It will attract historic cars from round Australia.