2011 Sports Racer Series
|2011 Sports Racer Series season|
The 2011 Sports Racer Series is the second running of the Sports Racer Series, an Australian motor racing series for small engined sports racing cars. The series began in 2010 but died after the second round at Wakefeild Park due to lack of numbers. The 2011 season has a more compact four round series over three states.
The number of entries has been impacted as all of the 2010 series Radical-equipped drivers have left for their own series single-marque series, the Radical Australia Cup. As a result, only 14 drivers have appeared so far representing cars built by Minetti Sports Cars, Speads Racing Cars and Stohr Cars, as well as West Race Cars.
At the halfway mark of the series, Stohr driver Adam Proctor dominates the series having won all six races outright, as well as winning the small capacity Class One with a perfect 228 points. Proctor is the only non-West driver in Class One and he holds a 14 point lead over the leading West driver in the class, Mark Laucke. Jonathon Stoeckel sits in third place, 13 points further behind.
In Class Two, West WX10 driver Aaron Steer leads the points having won the Class Two division in the four races in which the larger Class Two cars have had finishers. Races two and three at Winton saw none of the four cars present finish either race. Steer leads Minetti driver Scott Bingham by 47 points. Steer and Bingham are the only drivers with more than one race finish for the season.
The 2011 Sports Racer Series will consist of four events.
|Class One||Class Two|
|1||Eastern Creek Raceway||Sydney, New South Wales||27–29 May ||Adam Proctor||Aaron Steer|
|2||Morgan Park Raceway||Warwick, Queensland||24–26 June||Adam Proctor||Aaron Steer|
|3||Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit||Cowes, Victoria||2–4 September ||Adam Proctor||Aaron Steer|
|4||Wakefield Park||Goulburn, New South Wales||18–20 November ||Adam Proctor||Josh Hunt|
Teams and drivers
The following teams and drivers have competed during the 2011 Sports Racer Series.
|Ultra Fast Karts||8||Warren Thompson||Class One||West WR1000 Kawasaki|
|West Race Cars Australia||9 & 19||Graeme Cook||Class One||West WR1000 Kawasaki|
|66||Aaron Steer||Class Two||West WX10 Suzuki|
|Navybox School of Motorsport||32||Sue Hughes||Class Two||Radical SR3 Suzuki|
|SRS Racing||36||Geoff Rands||Class Two||Minetti SS-V2 Suzuki|
|AMAC Motorsport||51||Andrew Macpherson||Class One||West WR1000 Kawasaki|
|52||Peter Mackie||Class One||West WR1000 Kawasaki|
|Bryan Stoeckel||53||Jonathon Stoeckel||Class One||West WR1000 Kawasaki|
|Class Two||Minetti SS-V2 Suzuki|
|Laucke Flour||61||Mark Laucke||Class One||West WR1000 Kawasaki|
|Meridian Motorsport||77||Josh Hunt||Class Two||Speads RS08 Suzuki|
|97||Bernie Ferguson||Class Two||West WX10 Suzuki|
|AP Racing||98||Adam Proctor||Class One||Stohr WF-1 Suzuki|
Points were are 38–35–33–32–31–30 etc. based on race positions in each race, in each class. Points based on official series website.
- Retrieved 24 March 2011 from Sports racer official web page
- http://www.natsoft.com.au/cgi-bin/results.cgi?29/05/2011.ARDC Rd 1 Results Retrieved 28 June 2011
- http://www.natsoft.com.au/cgi-bin/results.cgi?04/09/2011.PHIL Round 3 results - Phillip Island, Sept 2011
- http://www.natsoft.com.au/cgi-bin/results.cgi?20/11/2011.WAKE Round 4 results - Wakefeild Park, Nov 2011