Production Car Racing Ltd, the category manager for Meguiar’s Australian Production Cars, is pleased to announce the addition of a new round for the 2024 championship season, bringing the total number of events for this year’s title chase to six.

In addition to events at Sandown Raceway, The Bend Motorsport Park, Queensland Raceway, Sydney Motorsport Park and the Bathurst International, Meguiar’s APC will now also race at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit across August 23-25.

At what is a new standalone GT Festival event hosted by SRO Motorsports Australia, Meguiar’s APC will be joined on-track by Monochrome GT4 Australia and the Fanatec GT World Challenge Australia, with APC competitors to contest four one-hour races across the weekend. A broadcast and live streaming package will soon be confirmed.

“We are very excited to be able to announce that Meguiar’s Australian Production Cars will be racing at Phillip Island in 2024,” Production Car Racing Ltd General Manager, Troy Williams, said.

“The Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit is one of the best tracks in this country, and it always delivers amazing racing in picturesque surroundings for our competitors.

“We do acknowledge this is a late announcement as far as competitors planning their racing for the year, however we once again do have the ‘drop your worst round’ format incorporated within our championship points tally regulations this year so hopefully no one should be disadvantaged. We do hope to see as many of our regular competitors and hopefully some new faces too on track with us at this truly amazing circuit.”

Even before the addition of this new round, Meguiar’s APC was set for a banner year in 2024.

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“It truly is an exciting year ahead for Meguiar’s APC with great racing at great tracks, and we were so excited to get underway at Sandown Raceway for round one in February and to now be enjoying the final countdown to round two at The Bend Motorsport Park,” Williams said.

“If you look around the national-level circuit racing landscape, the APC is the last home for those who want to build race cars at home or in their own workshop and then bring them to the best race tracks and compete on a national stage, beamed around the country.

“We are all about delivering a professional and affordable national level series for 3E production cars across Australia while meeting the needs of our competitors and fans who want track time, exposure for sponsors, televised race coverage, and the kind of racing and camaraderie the APC is famous for.

“As part of this, in 2024, all entry fees will include marquee/garage rental, and discounts are on offer for new competitors and returning competitors who haven’t raced in the APC for the last three years.

“With six rounds now confirmed, what was already set to be a banner year for Meguiar’s APC has just gotten bigger and better!”

For entry forms, costs and more, please visit https://ausprodcars.com.au/entry-form/ or email admin@ausprodcars.com.au


  • Round 1 – Sandown Raceway – February 9-11, 2024 – Four 30-minute races
  • Round 2 – The Bend – May 31-June 2 – Four 1 hour races
  • Round 3 – Queensland Raceway – July 12-14 – Two 2 hour races
  • Round 4 – Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit – August 23-25 – four 1 hour races
  • Round 5 – Sydney Motorsport Park – 18-20 October – Four 1 hour races
  • Round 6 – Bathurst International – 8-10 November – Four 30-minute races