The cars all conform to the Australian Group 3D sports sedan regulations, meaning they’re production cars that sold more than 5,000 worldwide. There are a variety of divisions and subclasses for cars of all sizes and power levels, which is why we see everything from a Holden Commodore to a Nissan 300ZX.
History seems to repeat itself, as just in the Skyline GT-R R32’s touring car heyday, it’s making absolute mincemeat of its competitors, chewing up the order on a wave of boost, wastegate flutter and six-cylinder howl. The ‘Godzilla’ Group A cars that dominated Mount Panorama can find a worthy imitator in this privateer-entered R32 built up from a road car that seems to have turned its competitors into obstacles.
A moment of celebration too, for finding a series that will no doubt be the centre of a number of YouTube binges to come, for us at least. Long live the NSW Sports Sedans Championship!
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