June 8, 2018 | General


Across five 15-minute sessions the teams and drivers used the opportunity to log valuable miles at the 3.9km Sydney circuit in cool but dry conditions.

Today’s practice was run as a private day meaning there was no timing so we can’t tell you who was quickest.

We can say that the field looked great – with everyone fired up for a big weekend at the annual Muscle Car Masters event.

Here’s a look at some of the images of the day as captured by Rhys Vandersyde of InSyde Media.

Retro liveries are always a feature of the Kumho Series – and more important than ever at this event!

Jon McCorkindale (right) and driver coach / engineer Dean Canto in the DB4YD garage today.

Bathurstian Michael Anderson has driven down from the Blue Mountains to return to a spot where he podiumed last year – can he do it again this weekend?

Ready to run..

The pair of MW Motorsport teenagers in prime position to lead the Kumho Series after race one tomorrow. Here’s Tyler Everingham leading Zak Best in their FG Falcons.

Steven Page had an unfortunate off at turn one in his Holden Commodore. Page was AOK and the team is working to return to the track tomorrow.

Sydneysider Jim Pollicina: he leads the Kumho Cup standings and will be out for a big weekend on home turf this weekend.


Qualifying and race one will be the focus of a big day of action tomorrow at Sydney Motorsport Park with two further races on Sunday to cap off round three of the 2018 series.

Sunday’s races will be streamed live via the Blend Line TV Facebook & YouTube pages the Muscle Car Masters page and the V8 Touring Cars page.