The Victorian State Circuit Race Championships are conducted by Victorian State Race Series Inc. on behalf of Motorsport Australia.
The Championships consist of race meetings organised by the following clubs:
Victorian Mini Club Inc
Phillip Island Auto Racing Club
Australian Sports Sedan Association (Vic)
MG Car Club
A representative from each of these clubs makes up the committee of the Victorian State Race Series Inc. who organise and run the Victorian State Circuit Racing Championships.
The races are held at Victorian race tracks Phillip Island, Winton, and Sandown International.
The Victorian State Circuit Racing Championships (formerly known as the Victorian Motor Race Championships and the State Race Series) have been running continuously since 1975. Initially, the meetings consisted of one-day events with a practice/qualifying session in the morning and racing in the afternoon. The series has expanded to 2-day meetings with an optional practice on the Friday before the event. The series spawned the VicStateRacer magazine, an insert published in MotorsportNews after every round.
For more information visit the Victorian State Circuit Race Championships website.
VICTORIAN STATE CIRCUIT RACING CHAMPIONSHIPS
The VMCi is responsible for providing officials - and heaps of them - for the fifth round of the VSCRC at Phillip Island each year. If you are a member, think about volunteering for this year's event. No experience is necessary; you will be given training and a suitable role.
Officiating at a race meeting is a good way to get close to some impressive race cars and see some good racing. There are a lot of different positions to be filled for a race meeting to function, such as Scrutineers, Flag Marshals, Timekeepers, Communicators and Paddock Marshals. Many roles require accreditation, depending on the level of responsibility of the job. Details of accreditation can be found at the Motorsport Australia website. Visit our Event Officials page to learn more about getting involved as a volunteer official.
The Club greatly benefits from this event, so helping out really helps the VMCi.