The 1968 Australian Touring Car Championship was a CAMS sanctioned motor racing title open to Group C Improved Production Touring Cars. The championship, which was contested over a single race staged at the Warwick Farm circuit in New South Wales, Australia on 8 September 1968  was the ninth running of the Australian Touring Car Championship.
Note:There were 30 cars allocated grid positions for the event  and 28 cars started. 13 cars finished.
- ^ Conditions for Australian Titles, 1968 CAMS Manual of Motor Sport, pages 70-73.
- ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Geoghegan Holds Title, Sports Car World, November 1968, pages 16-28
- ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Graham Howard & Stewart Wilson, Australian Touring Car Championship, 30 Fabulous Years, 1989.
- ^ a b c Barry Cooke, sound and fury, Modern Motor, November 1968, pages 57 & 104
- ^ a b Stewart Wilson and Max Stahl, The Australian Racing History of FORD, 1989, page 282
- ^ Sports Car World confirms that Don Holland started the race. Modern Motor states that there were 13 finishers, therefore Holland must have been a non-finisher.
- ^ a b Image of Barnes, Foley & Manton at Warwick Farm Retrieved from www.autopics.com.au on 12 April 2011. Image also appears in Australian Touring Car Championship, 30 Fabulous Years without an identifying caption
- ^ Australian Touring Car Championship, 30 Fabulous Years states that Petrilli retired after McKeown but before Jane
- ^ a b c d e Australian Touring Car Championship, 30 Fabulous Years gives a grid position for driver but does not confirm that driver actually started the race.
- ^ a b c Motor Racing at Warwick Farm, The Sydney Morning Herald, Monday, 9 September 1968, page 14