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CAMS NSW Supersprint Championship

CAMS NSW Supersprint Championship

These are photos of the first round of the CAMS Supersprint Championship at Sydney Motorsport Park hosted by the ARDC. Supersprinting is the entry point into competitive motorsport. The aim of Supersprinting is to give people the opportunity to drive their road registered vehicle on a race circuit under conditions similar to a motor race.

Supersprinting enables participation in motor sport at the lowest cost level. The cost involved is minimised by focusing the rules of Supersprinting around road registered vehicles and requiring only the minimal adjustments needed to road registered vehicles for safety reasons.

In a Supersprint, each competitor’s aim is to set the fastest lap time compared to other cars in the same class as the competitor’s vehicle. In short, each competitor is “racing against the clock” rather than racing against the other cars on the track.

Competitors are grouped by lap times. The number of cars in a group that goes out on the circuit at any one time varies depending on the length of the circuit and the lap speed of the Group.

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