The 1990 Australian Endurance Championship was the seventh running of the Australian Endurance Championship. It began on 9 September 1990 at Sandown Raceway and ended on 3 November at the Eastern Creek Raceway after three rounds. The championship was a CAMS sanctioned national motor racing title for drivers of Group 3A Touring Cars.
Teams and drivers
The following drivers and teams competed in the 1990 Australian Endurance Championship. The series consisted of three rounds with one race per round.
Results and standings
The 1990 Australian Endurance Championship consisted of three rounds.
|Rd.||Race title||Circuit||City / state||Date||Winner(s)||Car||Team||Report|
|1||Sandown 500||Sandown Raceway||Melbourne, Victoria||9 September|| Glenn Seton
|Ford Sierra RS500||Glenn Seton Racing||Report|
|2||Tooheys 1000||Mount Panorama Circuit||Bathurst, New South Wales||30 September|| Win Percy
|Holden VL Commodore SS Group A SV||Holden Racing Team||Report|
|3||Nissan Sydney 500||Eastern Creek Raceway||Sydney, New South Wales||10 November|| Larry Perkins
|Holden VL Commodore SS Group A SV||Perkins Engineering||Report|
Points were awarded 20–15–12–10–8–6–4–3–2–1 based on the top ten race positions.
- CAMS Online Manual of Motor Sport
- Clarke, Andrew (December 1990). "Worker's Compensation". Racing Car News. Chevron Publishing Group: 44–48.