Cheaper Tickets For Muscle Car Masters

FANS attending this weekend’s Australian Muscle Car Masters at Sydney Motorsport Park on October 29/30 can purchase cheaper tickets by pre-purchasing online ahead of the annual event.

Held this year for the 12th year in succession, the Muscle Car Masters features a wide range of categories, cars and stars celebrating the rich history and heritage of Australian motorsport.

A two-day adult ticket purchased online is just $55 (plus $3.95 service fee) with Sunday-only tickets for adults $40 (plus $3.95 service fee), a saving of 20% compared to buying at the gate on the day.

Concessions are available and children 12 years and under are free with a paying adult.

Click here to purchase tickets online and save now!

A long list of stars will be attending this year’s 12th annual Muscle Car Masters on Sunday October 30 including Allan Moffat, Jim Richards, John Goss, Kevin Bartlett, John Bowe, Colin Bond, Fred Gibson, Bob Holden, Glenn Seton and many more.

Muscle Car Masters is a celebration of Australian motorsport history, heritage and passion jointly promoted by the Australian Racing Drivers Club and Chevron Publishing, a division of nextmedia.

First held in 2005 it has become a permanent part of Sydney Motorsport Park’s calendar and this year moves from the Father’s Day weekend to October 29-30.

The 2016 event will feature an all-star racing line-up of Historic Group A and C Touring Cars in the Heritage Touring Cars class, Australian Trans-Am, Group N Historic Touring Cars and Group S as well as the new Sports Racing Car Invitational demo category featuring thumping Sports Cars, GT, Can-Am and Historic Sports Sedan machinery.

Making their first appearance at the event this year are the Kumho Tyre Australian V8 Touring Car Series as well as the Australian 5-Litre Touring Car Association, featuring a range of impressive Commodores and Falcons from the early V8 Supercar era.

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V8 Sleuth strives to both preserve and celebrate Australian motorsport’s rich history, from tracking and tracing the race-by-race histories and changing ownership of individual cars, to capturing and retelling the stories of the people who made our sport what it is today.