The 2014 Kerrick Sports Sedan Series was an Australian motor racing competition open to Sports Sedans and Trans Am style cars. It was sanctioned by the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport as a National Series and was the eleventh National Series for Sports Sedans contested following the discontinuation of the Australian Sports Sedan Championship at the end of 2003. The 2014 series was won by Tony Ricciardello driving an Alfa Romeo GTV.
The 2014 Kerrick Sports Sedan Series was contested over five rounds.
|1||Mallala Motor Sport Park||26 – 27 April||Three races||Tony Ricciardello||Alfa Romeo GTV|
|2||Winton Motor Raceway||14 – 15 June||Three races||Tony Ricciardello||Alfa Romeo GTV|
|3||Queensland Raceway||9 – 10 August||Three races||Tony Ricciardello||Alfa Romeo GTV|
|4||Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit||20 – 21 September||Three races||Michael Robinson||Holden Monaro|
|5||Sydney Motorsport Park||1 – 2 November||Three races||Tony Ricciardello||Alfa Romeo GTV|
The results for each round were determined by the number of points scored by each driver at that round.
Cars competed in two classes:
- Class SS: Automobiles complying with the provisions of the CAMS Group 3D regulations for Sport Sedans.
- Class TA: Trans Am type automobiles complying with the 2014 Sports Sedan Series Technical Regulations for Class TA.
Series points were awarded to drivers for their outright finishing positions in each race on the following basis:
Final series standings were as follows:
|Pos.||Driver||No.||Car||Class||Competitor / Team||Mal||Win||Que||Phi||Syd||Total|
|1||Tony Ricciardello||5||Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV||SS||B&M Ricciardello Motors||135||135||135||80||133||618|
|2||Colin Smith||44||Holden Monaro||SS||MR Automotive||101||101||92||76||89||459|
|3||Darren Hossack||4||Audi A4||SS||Auto Union Deutche||122||28||126||30||128||434|
|4||Michael Robinson||32||Holden Monaro||SS||Bell Real Estate||86||48||100||84||72||390|
|5||Bruce Henley||67||Mazda RX-8||SS||Stawell Cartage||85||88||74||66||77||390|
|6||Steven Tamasi||9||Holden Calibra||SS||Domain Prestige Homes||117||124||26||26||91||384|
|7||Bruce Banks||1||Mazda RX-7||SS||BJ Banks Electrical||110||110||93||22||0||335|
|8||Phil Crompton||12||Ford Mustang||TA||Moonbi Oil Traders||0||0||115||0||106||221|
|9||Shane Bradford||68||Chevrolet Camaro||TA||Aston Air Conditioning||0||107||49||0||0||156|
|10||Simon Pfitzner||8||Ford EF Falcon||SS||Pfitzner Performance Gearbox||63||48||0||0||0||111|
|11||Ron Moller||7||Chevrolet Camaro||TA||AMS Racing||0||0||0||0||92||92|
|12||Charlie Senese||81||Chevrolet Corvette||TA||The Car Mine / Liqui Moly / Meguia||72||4||0||0||0||76|
Race two at Phillip Island was cancelled due to an accident and no points were awarded.
Michael Robinson placed fourth driving a Holden Monaro
Bruce Henley placed fifth driving a Mazda RX-8
Steven Tamasi placed sixth in a Holden Calibra
Bruce Banks placed seventh driving a Mazda RX-7
Simon Pfitzner placed tenth driving a Ford Falcon
Charlie Senese placed twelfth driving a Chevrolet Corvette
Class TA award
- 2014 Sports Sedan Series Sporting and Technical Regulations, docs.cams.com.au, as archived at web.archive.org
- Kerrick Sports Sedan Series - 2014 Pointscore www.sportssedans.com.au, as archived at web.archive.org
- Natsoft race results, racing.natsoft.com.au Retrieved on 20 May 2015
- Robinson rejoices as front-runners face testing weekend, www.sportssedans.com.au, as archived at web.archive.org