Prototype Series enter Sydney with healthy field

Prototype Series enter Sydney with healthy field

The 2021 Australian Prototypes Series begins this weekend at Sydney Motorsport Park with a host of big names forming a healthy entry list. Taking place as part of the Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships’ third meeting for the year, 18 competitors have confirmed their place in the series’ first of five rounds for 2021, including former champions Jason Makris and Mark Laucke. Joining...

Prototype’s pole prize

Prototype’s pole prize

Competitors in the Australian Prototype Series will have even more incentive to qualify on pole, with new partner, the Jam Motorsport Shop, offering up a store voucher for the early pace setter at each round.The pole sitter will be able to deck themselves out in the latest and best racing gear with Jam Motorsport shop selling a wide range of...

Hard work key to Tyler’s Jam Motorsport rise

Hard work key to Tyler’s Jam Motorsport rise

There’s no doubt the Australian Prototype Series is a close knit community and you only have to look as far as Jam Motorsport to see why the category enjoys plenty of success both on and off the track.The South Australian based team is the biggest in the series and has two of the three past title winners part of their...

Prototypes join Supercars in 2021

Prototypes join Supercars in 2021

The Australian Prototype Series (APS) has finalised its 2021 calendar, with the category joining the Repco Supercars Championship support field during the year.Starting its season at Sydney Motorsport Park as part of the Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships in May, the category will then join the Repco Supercars Championship for a highly anticipated event at the Winton SuperSprint later that same...

Mega 2021 on the cards for Prototypes

Mega 2021 on the cards for Prototypes

The 2021 Australian Prototype Series will be one of the most exciting years for the category yet, with three of the five rounds now confirmed and plans for further events also in the works. Competitors will once again compete part of its calendar on the Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships card, with three of the APS’ five rounds now locked in. The...

Purdie leads the charge once again

Purdie leads the charge once again

Blake Purdie has continued his impressive 2020 sports car racing form after claiming victory in the OTR South Australian Sports Car Invitational Series’ second round at The Bend Motorsport Park. With 10 Australian Prototype Series (APS) drivers taking part in the round, it was the teenager yet to make his APS debut who once again led the charge and showed what...