Prototypes back on track

Prototypes back on track

The 2020 Australian Prototypes Series is underway, with teams completing three untimed practice sessions at Sydney Motorsport Park on Friday.Racing as part of the Production Car Nationals event at Eastern Creek, the three sessions gave drivers the opportunity to tune their cars, ahead of qualifying and a 25 minute race on Saturday, before a 35 minute race on Sunday.An impressive...

Consistent Form Key for Title Charge

Consistent Form Key for Title Charge

Jason Makris has been at the front of the field ever since the series began, and he comfortably took out the 2018 title, while also managing to fight for round wins during the weekends he competed in last year. Now, with 2018 champion locked in for every round this year, he has hopes of replicating his title-winning season which saw...

Prototypes Ready for Sydney Takeover

Prototypes Ready for Sydney Takeover

The Australian Prototype Series begins its season this weekend with 15 drivers confirmed for the first round at Sydney Motorsport Park as part of the Production Car Nationals.The entry list makes for interesting reading with the regular stars to line up at Eastern Creek along with a mixture of a new faces and drivers making their grand return to the...

The Price is Right for Excited Ewer

The Price is Right for Excited Ewer

The Australian Prototype Series (APS) will welcome another series debutant when it opens its season at the Production Car Nationals at Sydney Motorsport Park in a week’s time.Fresh from a stint in the Porsche Michelin Sprint Challenge Australia, Marty Ewer will join the series for every round of the 2020 season.It was a tough year in the one-make Porsche series...

Paddon To Step up His Game in 2020

Paddon To Step up His Game in 2020

As the commencement of the 2020 series approaches, the Australian Prototypes will see new drivers commit for the season in what looks to be one of the most competitive seasons yet. Peter Paddon has confirmed he will compete in the full Australian Prototype Series (APS), with the Radical Australia Cup (RAC) veteran recently confirming his spot for 2020. Paddon is no...

Barram Holds and Takes 2019 season

Barram Holds and Takes 2019 season

David Barram is the 2019 Australian Prototype series winner after finishing second in the final race of the season and winning the round.After finishing behind Mark Laucke in the final race along with his other title rivals in Daniel Gonzalez and John-Paul Drake both failing to finish a race each and a runner-up in Saturday’s first race, gave Barram his...