, 2022-12-06 21:10:13,
THE 2023 schedules for two key Australian motorsport categories have been released, including a revised format for S5000.
Next year, the Australian Drivers’ Championship and Tasman Series competitions will overlap, having previously run separately.
Accordingly, the battle for the Gold Star will take in seven rounds, the final two of which will double as the Tasman Series.
The Gold Coast is currently missing from the schedule, having opened this year’s Tasman Series, but could yet fill the slot listed as ‘TBA’.
“The 2023 S5000 calendar was about finding a balance between supporting our own SpeedSeries events while also delivering rounds at key Supercars Championship events as well,” said Australian Racing Group chief operating officer Liam Curkpatrick.
“The 2023 calendar is a strong mixture of both with great events, circuits perfect for the S5000s to showcase their full potential and deliver the broadcast and attendance requirements for our competitors.
“S5000 will very much be a headline act at SpeedSeries rounds, including the brand-new event at Winton in June, while our championship debut at The Bend, a circuit almost as if it was designed for these cars, will be exciting.
“The momentum S5000 has built at the end of this…
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