Established in 1972, the Combined Sports Car Association (CSCA) is an inter-club motorsport competition run over 6 rounds per calendar year. We encourage and support novice competitors, women in motorsport, first-timers as well as seasoned-racers and old-timers. Our series has classes for pre-1985 cars, modern and contemporary cars, modified road cars and purpose-built race cars.

2023 Supersprint Rounds:

  • Round 1 - Sun 2 Apr - Sydney Mortorsport Park, South Circuit, hosted by Sprite 
  • Round 2 - Sat 17 Jun - Pheasant Wood, hosted by MG Newcastle
  • Round 3 - Sat 19 Aug - Sydney Motorsport Park, GP Circuit, hosted by Lotus
  • Round 4 - Sat 30 Sep - Pheasant Wood, hosted by MG Sydney
  • Round 5 - Sun 22 Oct - Sydney Motorsport Park, North Circuit, hosted by Jaguar
  • Round 6 - TBC - hosted by Triumph - Under Review.

Last year, the competition consisted of 7 supersprints, unfortunately 2 were cancelled due to COVID:


CSCA Classes : A new class structure was introduced in 2019. There are fewer classes which means there will be more competitors in each class to promote better competition. A Class Comparison Table is included to help you under the transition.

CSCA Class Table Information


Minimum Licence Required : Current Motorsport Australia (MA) Level 2S, Level 2SJ or a MA Licence of a higher status, and a current club membership card of Motorsport Australia affiliated Car Club are compulsory.


Please contact if you'd like any further information, or if you are interested in participating in our next round or interested in becoming a motorsport volunteer.