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Australian Motor Racing Series Announces 2007 Calendar
Australian Motor Racing Series Directors, Garry Willmington and Rod Dale, today announced the official Calendar for the 2007 AMRS.
Building on the success of 2006, the 2007 series will grow to nine rounds, and in an exciting addition to the calendar, will visit Sydney’s Oran Park as well as the circuits visited this year. Following on from a successful association with the AMRS this year, Winton Raceway and AASA boss, Mick Ronke, said he was “happy to lock in the dates for the 2007 Calendar for the AMRS”.

The Australian Motor Racing Series has offered exciting, affordable and accessible motor racing throughout 2006, and this is set to continue in 2007, with a fantastically diverse lineup of categories and cars, including the extremely popular Australian Touring Car Challenge, 3.3 Litre Holdens and Production Touring Car Championship, the rapidly-growing Thunder Sports, Super TT, and the fastest category in Australia – Oz BOSS, for Formula 4000 and Big Open Single Seaters. And they’re just some of the categories you’ll see in 2007, with some exciting announcements and new developments to be revealed in the very near future.

The 2007 Australian Motor Racing Series will kick-off at Goulburn’s Wakefield Park in February, heading to Victoria to visit Calder and Winton in March and April respectively, then the series will head north to Queensland Raceway in June, to the ultra-fast Adelaide International Raceway in July. The series then returns for a second visit to Winton in August, Calder in September and Wakefield Park in October, with the 2007 Grand Finale to be held at Oran Park in November.

The full calendar is as follows:
Round 1 Wakefield Park Feb 24-25
Round 2 Calder Park Mar 24-25
Round 3 Winton Raceway Apr 28-29
Round 4 Queensland Raceway Jun 16-17
Round 5 Adelaide International Raceway Jul 14-15
Round 6 Winton Raceway Aug 25-26
Round 7 Calder Park Sep 29-30
Round 8 Wakefield Park Oct 27-28
Round 9 Oran Park Nov 24-25

Further details on the Australian Motor Racing Series, and the 2007 Calendar can be found at the official series website:

The 2006 AMRS still has two rounds to go, with a visit to Calder Park 28-29 October for Round 7, and Round 8 at Wakefield Park 24-26 November including the AMRS 500.

The Australian Motor Racing Series. Exciting. Affordable. Accessible.

Written by Rod Dale
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