The 2016 Kerrick Sports Sedan Series was an Australian motor racing competition sanctioned by the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport. There were three different classes, Class SS for Group 3D Sports Sedan, Class TA for Trans Am cars and Class M for cars produced by MARC Cars Australia.[1]

The series was won by Tony Ricciardello.[2]

Teams and drivers

Team Car No. Drivers
Ricciardello Racing Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV 1 Tony Ricciardello
Graeme Hume Toyota MR2 3 Graeme Hume
Auto Union Deutsche Audi A4 4 Jack Perkins
Domain Prestige Homes Holden Calibra 9 Daniel Tamasi
Nissan 300ZX 99 Steven Tamasi
Cowley Security Australia Holden VE Commodore 11 Ian Cowley
Lennon Engineering International Ford Mustang 12 Phil Crompton
Raptor Race Engineering Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V 13 Matthew Reid
Tomkin Aust/Real Dairy Aust Chevrolet Camaro 18 Steven Lacey
For Andrea Holden LJ Torana 19 Damian Johnson
P&L Mechanical Mazda RX-7 21 Graeme Gilliland
Couriers Please Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VII 23 Daniel Smith
Weldcraft Motorsport Chevrolet Corvette C5 25 Paul Boschert
Billy's Motorsport & Auto Service Chevrolet Camaro 27 Birol Cetin
DS Industries Honda Prelude 29 Brett Dickie
Bell Real Estate Holden Monaro 32 Michael Robinson
Wall Racing Chevrolet Corvette C5 38 David Wall
Stawell Cartage Mazda RX-8 41 Bruce Henley
MR Automotive Holden Monaro 44 Colin Smith
Marinelli's Mechanical Holden VS Commodore 51 Bob McLoughlin
Rural & Civil Earthworks Chevrolet Corvette C5 53 Stuart Inwood
MARC Cars Australia Ford Focus 54 Tony Alford
91 Ryan McLeod
92 Michael Benton
Mazda 3 94 Peter McLeod
Ford Focus 95 Geoff Tauton
BJ Banks Electrical Mazda RX-7 56 Bruce Banks
Rent Depot Aston Martin DBR9 58 Kerry Baily
Andrew Brown Motorsport Chevrolet Camaro 60 Andrew Brown
Fivestar Fencing & Gates Chevrolet Corvette 66 Dean Camm
Aston Air Conditioning Chevrolet Camaro 68 Shane Bradford
Chris Donnelly
Bob Jane T-Marts Southport Holden VZ Commodore 71 Ashley Bright
Cleanup Skip Bins BMW E36 M3 76 Brett Batterby
LRM Global Subaru Impreza STI 86 Jonathon Lawson
Shepparton Toyota Mini Cooper S 87 Daniel Zandt
Dream Motorsport Saab 9-3 Aero 93 Ricky Capo
MRT Automotive Honda Prelude 96 Vin McNair

Race calendar

The series was contested over five rounds, each consisting of three races.[3]

Round Circuit City / state Date Round winner
1 Victoria (Australia) Sandown Raceway Melbourne, Victoria 1–3 April Australia Jack Perkins
2 Victoria (Australia) Winton Raceway Winton, Victoria 10–12 June Australia Tony Ricciardello
3 Queensland Queensland Raceway Ipswich, Queensland 29–31 July Australia Tony Ricciardello
4 Victoria (Australia) Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit Phillip Island, Victoria 9–11 September Australia Jack Perkins
5 New South Wales Sydney Motorsport Park Sydney, New South Wales 11–13 November Australia Jack Perkins

Series standings

Pos. [2] Driver[2] SAN
Victoria (Australia)
WIN
Victoria (Australia)
QLD
Queensland
PHI
Victoria (Australia)
SMP
New South Wales
Pts.[2]
1 Tony Ricciardello 2 2 3 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 640
2 Jack Perkins 1 1 1 1 Ret Ret 1 1 DNS 1 1 1 1 1 1 465
3 Steven Tamasi 5 6 6 4 4 2 DNS 3 4 4 5 4 406
4 Michael Robinson 6 5 Ret 7 5 2 7 7 8 7 Ret Ret Ret 6 6 381
5 Colin Smith Ret 9 10 Ret 9 7 Ret Ret 5 5 6 6 3 8 7 373
6 Daniel Tamasi 4 4 4 6 6 3 3 4 3 Ret 330
7 Stuart Inwood 8 13 8 6 4 6 Ret Ret 6 Ret 209
8 Shane Bradford Ret DNS DNS 5 5 4 6 DNS DNS 135
9 David Wall 3 3 2 121
10 Brett Dickie 4 8 5 99
11 Birol Cetin Ret 3 3 91
12 Bruce Banks Ret 7 5 8 DNS DNS 87
13 Chris Donnelly Ret 6 4 85
14 Steve Lacey Ret 4 5 80
15 Ian Cowley 5 11 8 76
16 Bob McLoughlin 9 9 9 DNS Ret DNS 75
17 Ricky Capo 3 2 DNS 68
18 Brett Batterby 11 11 10 64
19 Dean Camm 7 Ret 7 Ret 54
20 Jonathan Lawson 13 13 9 50
21 Paul Boschert 5 7 Ret 49
22 Bruce Henley 10 10 Ret 33
23 Phil Crompton Ret 7 Ret Ret Ret DNS 30
24 Daniel Zandt 11 12 Ret 25
25 Vin McNair 12 14 DNS 17
26 Damian Johnson 9 DNS Ret 14
27 Ashley Bright 10 10 DNS 14
28 Graeme Hume Ret 15 DNS 6
29 Graeme Gilliland 0
30 Andrew Brown Ret DNS DNS 0
31 Matthew Reid Ret 0
32 Daniel Smith Ret Ret 0

References

  1. ^ CAMS (2016). "2016 Sports Sedan Series Sporting and Technical Regulations" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 12 October 2016. Retrieved 10 September 2016.
  2. ^ a b c d Kerrick Sports Sedan Series - 2016 Pointscore, www.sportssedans.com.au, as archived at web.archive.org
  3. ^ "2016 Calendar". Sportssedans.com.au. Sports Sedans. 2016. Archived from the original on 12 October 2016. Retrieved 10 September 2016.

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