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2018 Touring Car Masters
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The 2018 Touring Car Masters was an Australian motor racing series for Touring Cars manufactured between 1 January 1963 and 31 December 1978, IROC Porsche automobiles and Trans Am Class automobiles.[1] It was the twelfth annual Touring Car Masters series. Each car competing in the series was allocated into one the following classes: Pro Masters, Pro Am, Pro Sport, IROC (Porsche), Trans Am.[1].

The series was won by Steve Johnson [2] driving a Ford Mustang.[3]

Contents

Teams and driversEdit

Entrant Vehicle Class No Driver Rounds
SportsMed SA 1974 Porsche 911 IROC IROC 1   Greg Keen 1
Shannons Insurance 1963 Ford Falcon Sprint Pro-Master 2   Jim Richards 4
F3 Motor Auctions 1969 Ford Mustang Fastback Pro-Master 3   Cameron Mason 3
Northern BM Ford Escort RS 1600 Pro-Sport 4   Nathan Geier 3
ACDelco 1974 Holden Torana SL/R 5000 Pro-Am 5   Bruce Williams 1, 3–5
Multispares Racing 1974 Holden Torana SL/R 5000 Pro-Am 6   Ryan Hansford 1–5
MOCOMM Motorsport Communication 1974 Holden Torana SL/R 5000 Pro-Sport 7   Jim Policina 5
27 1–4
Bendigo Retro Muscle Cars Holden Monaro GTS Coupe Pro-Sport 8   Rob Burns 3
Jesus Racing 1971 Ford Falcon XY GTHO Pro-Am 9   Andrew Fisher 2–4
Pitman Trucks / Halkin Developments Ford Falcon XA GT Pro-Sport 11   Graham Crawford 3
Carne Grill / Precinct Bar 1969 Ford Mustang Fastback Pro-Master 16   Gavin Bullas 1–2
Team Johnson 1969 Ford Mustang Fastback Pro-Master 17   Steven Johnson 1–5
John Bowe Racing 1974 Holden Torana SL/R 5000 Pro-Master 18   John Bowe 1–5
Tincone Industrial Services Holden Monaro GTS Coupe Pro-Sport 19   Darren Beale 5
Wellpro Racing Ford Mustang Coupe Pro-Sport 21   Robert Hackwood 1
Pontiac Firebird Trans Am 5
Maxi-Trans Trailers Holden Monaro GTS Coupe Pro-Sport 22   Nigel Benson 1
Maxi-Trans Trailers 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Pro-Am 25   Paul Freestone 1–2
Tilley Auto Garage 1971 Ford Falcon XY GTHO Pro-Am 28   Brad Tilley 1
Ford Mustang Coupe Pro-Sport 29   Jamie Tilley 1
1969 Valiant Pacer Pro-Am 60   Cameron Tilley 1–5
Matt Stone Racing 1974 Holden Torana SL/R 5000 Pro-Master 35   Jason Gomersall 1–5
Hotchkin Racing 1971 Ford Falcon XY GTHO Pro-Sport 44   Brett Hotchkin 3
Pro-Sport 48   Rod Hotchkin 3
THD Motorsport 1969 Ford Boss Mustang Pro-Sport 46   Leo Tobin 1–4
Graham Alexander 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Pro-Sport 57   Graham Alexander 3
Cannon Trailers 1971 Ford Falcon XY GTHO Pro-Sport 65   Blu Cannon 3
Fataz Competition Engines 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Pro-Sport 69   Ian Woodward 3–5
Lyndways Builders 1971 Ford Falcon XY GTHO Pro-Am 74   Wayne Mercer 5
Ranger Lifting-Rigging-Safety 1971 Ford Falcon XY GT Pro-Am 75   Aaron McGill 5
Whiteline Racing 1970 Chevrolet Camaro RS Pro-Master 85   Mark King 1–5
1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Pro-Master 95   Adam Bressington 1–5
TIFS - Warehousing & Distribution 1969 Ford Mustang Trans Am Pro-Am 88   Tony Karanfilovski 1, 3–5
Johns Furniture Removals 1963 Mercury Comet Pro-Sport 97   Allen Boughen 4–5
Balmain Coffee Company 1975 Chevrolet Monza Pro-Sport 99   Ben Dunn 1, 4

CalendarEdit

Rnd Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team
1 R1   Adelaide Street Circuit
(Adelaide, South Australia)
March 1–4   Steven Johnson   John Bowe   Adam Bressington Whiteline Racing
R2   John Bowe   Steven Johnson Team Johnson
R3   Steven Johnson   John Bowe John Bowe Racing
R4   Steven Johnson   John Bowe John Bowe Racing
2 R1   Symmons Plains Raceway
(Launceston, Tasmania)
April 6–8   John Bowe   John Bowe   Jason Gomersall Matt Stone Racing
R2   Steven Johnson   Steven Johnson Team Johnson
R3   John Bowe   Steven Johnson Team Johnson
R4   Steven Johnson   Steven Johnson Team Johnson
3 R1   Winton Motor Raceway
(Benalla, Victoria)
May 18–20   Steven Johnson   John Bowe   John Bowe John Bowe Racing
R2   Steven Johnson   Steven Johnson Team Johnson
R3   Steven Johnson   Steven Johnson Team Johnson
R4   John Bowe   Adam Bressington Whiteline Racing
4 R1   Hidden Valley Raceway
(Darwin, Northern Territory)
June 15–17   Steven Johnson   Mark King   Mark King Whiteline Racing
R2   Steven Johnson   Steven Johnson Team Johnson
R3   Steven Johnson   Steven Johnson Team Johnson
R4   John Bowe   John Bowe John Bowe Racing
5 R1   Townsville Street Circuit
(Townsville, Queensland)
July 6–8   Steven Johnson   Steven Johnson   Steven Johnson Team Johnson
R2   John Bowe   Steven Johnson Team Johnson
R3   Ryan Hansford   Ryan Hansford Multispares Racing
6 R1   Sandown Raceway
(Melbourne, Victoria)
September 14–16   Steven Johnson   Steven Johnson   Steven Johnson Team Johnson
R2 Race cancelled
R3   John Bowe   Steven Johnson Team Johnson
7 R1   Mount Panorama Circuit
(Bathurst, New South Wales)
October 4–7   Steven Johnson   Steven Johnson   Steven Johnson Team Johnson
R2   Jason Gomersall   Brad Tilley Tilley Auto Garage
R3   Steven Johnson   Steven Johnson Team Johnson
R4   John Bowe   John Bowe John Bowe Racing
8 R1   Newcastle Street Circuit
(Newcastle, New South Wales)
November 23–25   John Bowe   Steven Johnson   Brad Tilley Tilley Auto Garage
R2   John Bowe   John Bowe John Bowe Racing
R3   John Bowe   John Bowe John Bowe Racing
R4   John Bowe   Adam Bressington Whiteline Racing

Series resultsEdit

The series was won by Steve Johnson [2] driving a Ford Mustang.[3]

ReferencesEdit