Australian Sports Car Championship
The Australian Sports Car Championship was the national title for sports car racing drivers sanctioned by the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport from 1969 to 1988. Each championship was contested over a series of races with the exception of the 1975 title, which was awarded on the results of a single race held at the Phillip Island circuit in Victoria.
Championship races were open to purpose-built sports racing cars complying with CAMS Group A Sports Car regulations except for the years 1976 to 1981 in which they were restricted to Group D Production Sports Cars.
Local manufacturers Matich, Elfin, Kaditcha, and K&A Engineering (Veskanda C1), along with McLaren dominated the series when run under Group A rules, while Porsche drivers won all six Group D based championships.
The championship winners are listed below.
|1969||Frank Matich||Matich SR4 Repco|
|1970||Peter Woodward||Elfin 350 Coventry Climax|
|1971||John Harvey||McLaren M6B Repco|
|1972||John Harvey||McLaren M6B Repco|
|1973||Phil Moore||Elfin 360 Repco|
|1974||Henry Michel||Elfin 360 Repco|
|1975||Garrie Cooper||Elfin MS7 Repco Holden|
|1976||Ian Geoghegan||Porsche Carrera|
|Porsche 934 Turbo|
Porsche Carrera RSR
|1978||Ross Mathiesen||Porsche Carrera|
|1979||Ross Mathiesen||Porsche Carrera|
|1980||Allan Moffat||Porsche 930 Turbo|
|1981||John Latham||Porsche 930 Turbo|
|1982||Chris Clearihan||Kaditcha Chevrolet|
|1984||Bap Romano||Romano WE84 Cosworth|
|1985||Chris Clearihan||Kaditcha Chevrolet|
|1986||John Bowe||Veskanda C1 Chevrolet|
|1987||Andy Roberts||Roberts SR3 Ford|
|1988||Alan Nolan||Nola Chevrolet|
- Australian Motor Racing Year, 1988/89
- CAMS Manuals of Motor Sport, 1969 to 1988