2000 Australian Sports Sedan Championship

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The 2000 Australian Sports Sedan Championship was a CAMS sanctioned Australian motor racing title for drivers of Sports Sedans.[1] The title, which was the sixteenth Australian Sports Sedan Championship,[2] was won by Kerry Baily, driving a Nissan 300ZX.

Calendar[edit]

The championship was contested over a five round series.[3]

Round Circuit State Date Format Round winner Car
1 Oran Park [4] New South Wales 16 April [5] Three races [4] Kerry Baily [4] Nissan 300ZX Chevrolet [4]
2 Winton Motor Raceway [6] Victoria 4 June [6] Three races [6]
3 Mallala Motor Sport Park [7] South Australia 9 July [7] Three races [7] Kerry Baily [7] Nissan 300ZX [7] Chevrolet
4 Oran Park [8] New South Wales 10 September [8] Three races [8] Tony Ricciardello [8] Alfa Romeo GTV Chevrolet [5]
5 Sandown International Motor Raceway [3] Victoria 8 October [3] Two races [5]

Championship results[edit]

Position [9] Driver [9] No. [5] Car [5] Entrant [5] Points [9]
1 Kerry Baily 28 Nissan 300ZX Chevrolet Kerry Baily 256
2 Tony Ricciardello 1 Alfa Romeo GTV Chevrolet Basil Ricciardello 248
3 Ivan Mikac 42 Mazda RX-7 Ivan Mikac 202
4 Des Wall 20 Toyota Supra Chevrolet Des Wall 196
5 Darren Hossack 4 Saab 900 Chevrolet John Gourlay 180
6 Tony Wilson 27 Holden VS Commodore Chevrolet Anthony Wilson 136
7 Grant Munday 14 Holden VS Commodore Chevrolet Mike Imrie 116
8 Phil Crompton 49 Ford EB Falcon Phil Crompton 115
9 Bob Jolly 3 Holden VS Commodore Chevrolet Bob Jolly 111
10 Dean Randle 33 Saab 900 Aero Chevrolet Dean Randle 93
11 Barry Jameson 45 Ford EF Falcon Chevrolet Barry Jameson 81
12 Mick Monterosso 2 Ford Escort Mk.II Chevrolet Mick Monterosso 71
13 Richard Catchlove 13 Mazda RX-7 Richard Catchlove 68
14 Bruce de Boo 44 Mazda RX-7 Bruce de Boo 64
15 Mark Duggan 11 Holden Calibra Chevrolet Mark Duggan 57
16 Stephen Voight 38
45
Honda Prelude Chevrolet
Ford EF Falcon Chevrolet [10]
Stephen Voight
Barry Jameson [10]
55
17 Daniel Jameson 45 Ford EF Falcon Chevrolet Barry Jameson 50
18 Peter Elvey 18 Ford Escort   45
19 Brian Walden 12 Holden VS Commodore Chevrolet Garth Walden 44
20 Ron O'Brien 18 Holden VL Commodore Chevrolet O'Brien Aluminium 41
21 Kevin Clark 16 Ford Mustang Kevin Clark 36
Ron Newbound 81 Mazda RX-7 Ron Newbound 36
23 Lee Nicholle 110 Holden Torana GTR XU-1 Lee Nicholle 35
24 Ken House 30 Ford Escort Ken House 32
25 Trent Young 41 Toyota Levin Trent Young 27
26 Jeff Barnes 6 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Chevrolet Barnes High Performance 26
27 Norm Stokes 24 Mazda RX-7   24
28 Darryl Knuckey 70 Ford Capri Darryl Knuckey 21
29 Mark Stinson 7
13
Ford Falcon
Holden Calibra Chevrolet
Barry Morcom
Mark Stinson
16
30 Paul Dibb 8 Nissan EXA   14
31 Tony Hubbard 25 Holden Calibra Tony Hubbard 12
32 Robert Smith 72 Holden VS Commodore Smiths Trucks Pty Ltd 9
33 John Cook 25 Mazda RX-7 John Cook 8
Stephen Vines 31 Ford TC Cortina Joe Pirotta 8
35 Bill Martin 70 Mazda RX-7   7
Milton Serefis 5 Holden VS Commodore Milton Serefis 7
37 Mark Smith 29 Holden Gemini Mark Smith 6
Dean Camm 33 Honda Prelude Dean Camm 6
Mike Roddy 34 Jaguar XJ-S Mike Roddy 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ Specific Conditions, 2000 CAMS Manual of Motor Sport, page 7-11
  2. ^ Records, Titles and Awards, 2002 CAMS Manual of Motor Sport, page 14-10
  3. ^ a b c AIR LIQUIDE NAMED FOR NATIONAL SPORTS SEDAN CHAMPIONSHIP SHOWDOWN, www.life.com.au as archived at web.archive.org on 7 April 2001
  4. ^ a b c d Dream Debut for Bailey's 300ZX, Australian Auto Action, 28 April - 4 May 2000, page 31
  5. ^ a b c d e f Natsoft Race Results, racing.natsoft.com.au Retrieved on 9 September 2014
  6. ^ a b c Ricciardello goes two-up at wet Winton, Australian Auto Action, 21-27 July 2000, page 31
  7. ^ a b c d e Bailey beats Hossack to Mallala win, Australian Auto Action, 4-10 August 2000, page 32
  8. ^ a b c d Ricciardello back in contention, Australian Auto Action, 3-9 November 2000, page 37
  9. ^ a b c Series Point Score, Final Pointscore, after round 5 Sandown – retrieved from www.life.com.au circa October 2000 – page no longer available
  10. ^ a b News - Friday, June 09, 2000, www.life.com.au as archived at web.archive.org on 7 April 2001

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