The Tasman Revival 2012 will be staged November 23-25 at Eastern Creek International Raceway in Sydney, Australia. This year’s Revival allows racing car enthusiasts to experience the excitement of 1960s “formula cars” and 1970s Formula 5000 cars in full flight with a program of 35 races over three days.
Presented by the Historic Sports & Racing Car Association of NSW, Tasman Revival 2012 will bring together ex-Formula One and Indy cars including Ferrari, McLaren, Spirit Honda, Brabham, Surtees, Lola and Lotus. Other categories include production sports cars such as Austin-Healeys and Porsches and touring cars as the Mustangs and Falcon GTs.
Many of Australia’s best known drivers will be at the track with opportunities for autographs. Patron of the Tasman Revival, Frank Matich, two-time winner of the Australian Grand Prix and builder of some of Australia’s most iconic and successful racing cars, will also attend.
Spokesperson for the Tasman Revival, Stephen Knox, said, “The Tasman Revival is a not-to-be-missed event for racing car enthusiasts. It’s a rare chance to see some of the fastest cars from the 1960s and ‘70s compete on track with almost continuous racing over three exciting days.”
“Historic racing is the biggest and fastest growing branch of motorsport in Australia and throughout the Western world. We are expecting about 450 entries including more than 50 international competitors,” continued Knox.
For more information, visit www.tasmanrevival.com.