The management of Australian Production Cars is excited to announce that for the remainder of 2022, the series will be supported by new presenting sponsor, LIQUI MOLY.

Under this new partnership, the series will be known as Australian Production Cars brought to you by LIQUI MOLY, starting from this weekend’s second round of the season at Queensland Raceway.

 LIQUI MOLY is a world-renowned manufacturer of the highest quality lubricants, motor oils, additives and service products with a strong history of supporting both amateur and professional motorsports.

As part of its partnership with the APC, at the end of each round LIQUI MOLY will reward the class-winning cars with a LIQUI MOLY prize pack..

“This is an exciting time for LIQUI MOLY as we expand our involvement within the Australian motorsport arena; we are very pleased to share the news today that we have signed on as the presenting sponsor for the remainder of the 2022 Australian Production Cars season,” LIQUI MOLY’s Executive Operations and Events Manager, Belinda Narbey, said.

“Production car racing is at the heart of motorsport in Australia and it is our pleasure to play a role in helping the continued growth and development of the national-level Australian Production Cars series, brought to you by LIQUI MOLY.”

In celebration of the partnership, each entrant will carry LIQUI MOLY branding on their windscreen banners. Australian Production Cars Category Manager, Troy Williams, said the future was certainly looking bright for the series.

“With five big rounds for 2022 including a finale at the Bathurst International, the introduction of a tyre panel, and the return to more enduro-focused formats, the 2022 season is mammoth for us and the coming four rounds of the season are shaping up to be just fantastic,” Williams said.

“To be able to announce this amazing presenting sponsorship from a brand which is a household name for every motorsport enthusiast in Australia is very, very exciting.

“We are looking forward to working together with LIQUI MOLY over the remainder of 2022 – starting this weekend at Queensland Raceway.”

Round two of the 2022 APC will hit Queensland Raceway across August 5-7 as part of the latest event for the Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships. It will feature two 30-minute races (Saturday morning and Sunday morning) and one 300km night race on Saturday evening for all APC competitors.

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  • Round one – Sydney Motorsport Park – May 27-29 – two x 30-minute races, 1 x 300km race
  • Round two – Phillip Island – June 25-26 – four x one-hour races
  • Round three – Queensland Raceway – August 5-7 – two x 30-minute races, 1 x 300km race
  • Round four – Tailem Bend – October 21-23 – four x one-hour races
  • Round five – Mount Panorama – November 11-13 – four x 30-minute races