1983 Australian Touring Car Championship - Race Calendar

Race Calendar

The 1983 Australian Touring Car Championship was contested over an eight round series across six states with one race per round.

Rd. Race Title Circuit City / State Date Winner Team Report
1 Calder Park Calder Park Raceway Melbourne, Victoria 5 - 6 Feb Allan Moffat Peter Stuyvesant International Racing
2 International Motor Show Trophy Sandown International Raceway Melbourne, Victoria 19 - 20 Feb Allan Grice Roadways Racing
3 Symmons Plains Symmons Plains Raceway Launceston, Tasmania 12 - 13 Mar Allan Grice Roadways Racing
4 Wanneroo Park Wanneroo Park Raceway Perth, Western Australia 23 - 24 Apr Allan Moffat Peter Stuyvesant International Racing
5 Motorcraft 100 Adelaide International Raceway Adelaide, South Australia 30 Apr - 1 May Peter Brock Holden Dealer Team
6 Surfers Paradise Surfers Paradise International Raceway Surfers Paradise, Queensland 14–15 May Allan Moffat Peter Stuyvesant International Racing
7 Oran Park Oran Park Raceway Sydney, New South Wales 28–29 May Allan Moffat Peter Stuyvesant International Racing
8 Lakeside Lakeside International Raceway Brisbane, Queensland 18 - 19 Jun Peter Brock Holden Dealer Team

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