Hi-Tec Oils Super Series 2023 Calendar

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Hi-Tec Oils has become the naming rights sponsor for the series formerly known as the Australian Motor Racing Series (AMRS) in a multi-year deal.

To be known as the Hi-Tec Oils Super Series, the six round, AASA-sanctioned series will take in three states (NSW, QLD and Victoria) and excitingly, the Northern Territory. The Series will continue to be managed by the Benalla Auto Club (BAC).

The Hi-Tec Oils Super Series will be headlined by the TA2 Muscle Car Series, with support from The Mazda RX8 Cup Series, Hyundai Excels Series, Australian Super TT, Legend Cars Australia, Stock Cars Australia, Queensland Trans-Am, Replica Tourers, QTCC, HQ Holdens, Superkarts and many more.

The big winners of the Hi-Tec Oils partnership will be competitors, categories and fans, who will all benefit from enhanced coverage of the series, including live free-to-air television coverage on SBS, Simulcast on Fox Sports, extended coverage on Speedweek and a magazine-style show in between events and an expanded live streaming package.

Hi-Tec Oils CEO George Gambino said the Super Series will be a valuable addition to the brand’s existing portfolio of motorsport properties.

“We pride ourselves on supporting a wide variety of motorsport disciplines, including drifting and Speedway, but becoming involved in the Hi-Tec Oils Super Series allows us to tap into a passionate national audience of grass-roots motorsport enthusiasts,” Gambino said.

Gambino emphasised that Hi-Tec Oils will be actively participating in the promotion of the series.

“As well as sponsoring the Hi-Tec Oils Super Series, we will be working closely with the BAC team along with our media partners to enhance the viewing experience for the fans, whether they are trackside spectators or watching the series from the comfort of their couch on TV,” he said.

Benalla Auto Club General Manager Stephen Whyte said the Hi-Tec Oils relationship is a milestone in the expansion of AASA-sanctioned national circuit racing.

“AASA has sanctioned the national-level AMRS since the start of 2018. Working with core categories to provide a National platform has enabled us to keep the series growing, despite the hurdles of COVID-19 in 2020 and 2021,” Whyte said.

“Bringing the management of the AMRS back in-house to BAC earlier this year has allowed us to consolidate and successfully execute the series for 2022 and on the strength of that success, we have been able to put together a very exciting, long term partnership with George and the Hi-Tec Oils team.

“The new partnership with Hi-Tec Oils will allow us to take the next step forward with our presentation and professionalism, to deliver an affordable but first-class national series for our competitors. We would like to thank George for his commitment and support and we are very excited about what’s to come in 2023 with a couple of exciting additions to our calendar.”

While the Hi-Tec Oils Super Series will return to circuits previously attended by the Series such as Winton, Sydney Motorsport Park, Queensland Raceway and Morgan Park, the series will visit two new destinations – Hidden Valley and Calder Park.

“We are very excited to take the Series to some new locations, and we’re especially grateful to our contacts in the Northern Territory for their tireless efforts in making the Hidden Valley round a reality,” Whyte said.

“We’re also pleased to facilitate the return of national-level motorsport to Calder Park Raceway, which will host our season finale.”

A panel show preview of the Hi-Tech Oils Super Series will be produced and released in the coming days.

2023 Hi-Tec Oils Super Series Calendar
Round 1 – Winton Motor Raceway, March 17-19
Round 2 – Hidden Valley Raceway, April 29-May 1
Round 3 – Queensland Raceway, June 2-4
Round 4 – Morgan Park Raceway, July 8-9
Round 5 – Sydney Motorsport Park, October 13-14 (Day/Night Event)
Round 6 – Calder Park Raceway, November 24-26

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