Rolling 30 coming to Sydney Motorsport Park

Cruise the Sydney Motorsport Park in your classic car

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OUR mates at Unique Cars have taken the plunge and are putting on their very first event at Sydney Motorsport Park, 2 June. The event is dubbed Rolling 30, as a nod to the rolling 30 year eligibility for historic rego in some states. 

The event is open to any classic car aged 30 years or older and the concept could best be described as ‘cars and coffee on steroids’, with each entrant able to cruise the SMSP circuit at speeds of up to 100km/h. 

You won’t need helmets or other special safety gear and you can take passengers too! 

Skid fans, this is definitely not a Powercruise-style event – it is a relaxed, family day that provides classic car owners with the chance to stretch their steed’s legs in a safe environment. 

There will be a show ‘n’ shine, race car demos around the track, trade stands and great coffee.

We’re expecting a killer mix of rides in attendance, including Aussie and US Muscle, heaps of Euro cars and some great JDM stuff. Check out the gallery of entrant cars for a taste. 


June 2, 2019 from 9:00am – 5:00pm


Sydney Motorsport Park, South Circuit and pit area

How much?

$79 per car/entrant, plus an additional $40 if you’d like to designate a second driver. Enter here

$20 for spectators. You can book online or purchase tickets at the gate! Those under 12 get in free!

How much track time will I get?

10-15 minute track sessions will initially be broken up into pre-50s, 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, and then into Japanese, European, American, Aussie, and British.

Open track from 3:00pm!

We’ll have racing cars on track throughout the day with passenger ride sessions!

How do I attend?

Spectators can purchase tickets at the gate, or online via EventBrite.


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