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2024 TA2 Muscle Cars Series Season Launch

Posted on 5 March 2024
2024 TA2 Muscle Cars Series Season Launch

With the 2024 TA2 Muscle Car Series Season approaching fast, this weekend the Hi-Tec Oils Super Series is giving drivers, categories and commercial partners an opportunity to not only test before the racing season kicks off, but also to show the media what the series is all about. This event will be held at Winton Motor Raceway March this Friday and Saturday and is a free family friendly event that is open to the public. 

The Hi-Tec Oils Super Series 2024 Season launch will give drivers and categories an opportunity to gain media exposure to be used throughout the 2024 racing season coverage on SBS, Fox Sports and Kayo Sports. Over the two days, local and motorsport media will be on track, series and team’s partners, and if fans book their  ticket in by the 6th March through the Hi-Tec Super Series web site, they can be in the draw to win 1 of 5 hot laps in a Hi-Tec Oils Race Car, Drift Car and V8 Race car. 

TA2 Muscle Car series regulars Nicholas Bates, Josh Haynes, and Hayden Jackson will be there this weekend showing off new liveries and testing the cars, plus TA2 series rookie Domain Ramsay will hit the track this weekend for the first time in his #71 Chevrolet Camaro. Ramsay comes from a speedway background and has never done any circuit racing on bitumen. 

The 2024 TA2 Muscle Cars Series season framed by HYTEK Steel Framing, kicks off at Sydney Motorsport Park under lights, April 19-20. You will be able to catch all of the weekend’s action live on SBS, Fox Sports Channel 506 and Kayo Sports. More details on schedule and broadcast times are to come closer to Round 1. 

Domain Ramsay, #71 C & H Trucking Chevrolet Camaro

“All of my motorsport history comes from speedway and I have never done any bitumen racing. I am very excited to test my brand new Chevrolet Camaro at Winton Motor Raceway this weekend. It is going to be a very steep learning curve for us. 

For the upcoming season all we want to do is obviously finish all the races, without being an issue to anyone else, as well as progressing and moving up each round. I have spent a few days up at Norwell Motorplex with Paul Morris doing some driver training to learn the techniques we will need for circuit racing. I still have a long way to go but it is a step in the right direction.”