2015 Racing Season Kicks off at Wakefield Park
January 25th, 2015

Wakefield Park hosted its first race meeting of 2015, Round 1 of the Motor Racing Australia series today with Modern Sports Cars, Super TT, Superkarts, Minis and Regularity all on the program. Brian Anderson won the first three Modern Sports Car races in his BMW E36 M3, but mechanical gremlins prevented him from starting the final, which was taken out […]

Wakefield Park Medal on the Line in 2015
January 23rd, 2015

2015 will see the presentation of the inaugural Wakefield Park Medal, which will recognise the most outstanding individual driver throughout the season. At each of the race meetings listed below, three judges (who will vary from event to event) will secretly nominate their top three drivers of the meeting (3 points for first, 2 points for second, 1 point for […]

Amoroso Claims Emotional Super Truck Title
December 2nd, 2014

Truck racing veteran Frank Amoroso is the 2014 Hi-Tec Oils Australian Super Truck Champion, sealing an emotional maiden title by finishing second overall in the final round of the series, which was part of the AASA ACT Championships at Wakefield Park on the weekend. Amoroso was one of the drivers on the grid when truck racing first started in Australia […]

Australian Truck Championship Decided This Weekend
November 24th, 2014

The 2014 Hi-Tec Oils Australian Super Truck Championship is set to reach a thrilling conclusion this weekend, as part of the AASA Australian Capital Territory Championships at Wakefield Park. After the first three rounds of the Super Trucks, Frank Amoroso holds a 14-point lead over Steven Zammit and Paul Reyntes, who are equal second, with Beau Hewat a single point […]

Wakefield Park Celebrates 20th Anniversary
November 20th, 2014

Goulburn motor racing circuit, Wakefield Park today celebrates its 20th anniversary, and 20 years of serving the club motorsport community in New South Wales. After being constructed by historic racers Paul Samuels and John Carter, Wakefield Park was opened on 20 November 1994 by then-NSW Premier John Fahey. Formula 1 World Champion, Sir Jack Brabham was also present and completed […]

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Improved Production Nationals Head to Wakefield Park
November 4th, 2014

Improved Production racing, the grassroots, modified road car category of Australian motorsport will be conducting the 2014 Nulon Improved Production Nationals at Wakefield Park on 7-9 November. The category was originally referred to as Road Registered, then became Club Cars when it was deemed unnecessary to require the cars to be actually road registered – they only needed to be […]

NSW V8s Set for November Launch
October 23rd, 2014

Owners of V8-powered vehicles in NSW will be able to compete in a new category from next month, with the NSW V8s set to kick off at Wakefield Park’s AASA ACT Championship meeting, 29-30 November. The NSW V8s will be open to all vehicles sold in Australia, and available with a V8 engine. The category will be divided into two […]

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National Champions Crowned at Wakefield Park
October 19th, 2014

National circuit racing champions have been crowned during round eight of the Shannons Australian Motor Racing Nationals today at Wakefield Park, near Goulburn. Titles in the Australian Manufacturers Championship, Sports Racer and Super Six Touring Car series’ were decided today while dramatic rounds in the Kumho V8 Touring Cars and Australian Formula Ford series have shaken up the establishment going […]

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Celebrations and Tensions Highlight Wild Wakefield Day
October 18th, 2014

A dramatic day of racing at Wakefield Park has seen both the celebration of success and emotions running high as round eight of the Shannons Australian Motor Racing Nationals teed off today. While Beric Lynton won the first of two, 200km races that complete the Australian Manufacturers Championship season, Justin Ruggier defeated season-long rival Ryan Simpson in a straight fight […]

Jimmy Vernon
Teenager Back on Track After Broken Back
October 17th, 2014

Four months after breaking his back in a hefty crash in practice for Round two of the Australian Formula Ford Series, 17-year-old Sydney driver Jimmy Vernon will make his racing comeback this weekend at Wakefield Park’s Shannons Australian Motor Racing Nationals round. Vernon fractured the C7 vertebrae in his upper back when his car aquaplaned at 150km/hr in a wet […]

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