CSCA

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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 motorsport@clublotus.com.au 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.