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2018 PI Classic

VHRR, will again present the annual Phillip Island Classic "Festival of Motorsport" in 2018.

To be held on the 9, 10 & 11 March 2018

It is the 29th year that this event has been run & it is again the weekend before the Melbourne AGP.

Have a look at this Video from the 2015 Event here

2018 will again see us run a three day event, with official practice, qualifying and racing to occur on Friday the 9th, which will allow us to run 2 races for each category on both Saturday and Sunday. This means that everyone will get more track time, and more racing and of course more value for money

We take this opportunity to thank all of our hard working officials and competitors who made that meeting such a fantastic event and without whom we would not have been asked to nominate. You, the officials and competitors are the most important component to the success of our meetings.

The patrons for 2018 are


Alfredo (Alfie) Constanzo retired Italian born Australian racing driver who competed in four Australian Grand Prix and won four Australian Drivers’ Championships, equalling the record set by Bib Stillwell.


Kevin Bartlett – often known as ‘KB’ is a former Australian open wheel and touring racing driver who won the Australian Drivers’ Championship in 1968 and in 1969, as well as the Bathurst 1000 in 1974 and was named in Wheels Magazine’s Annual Year Book in 2004 as one of Australia’s 50 greatest race drivers.


Alan Hamilton – Twice Australian Sports Car Drivers’ Champion, Porsche Importer and Team Owner and four times winner of the Gold Star Championship with Alfie Constanzo. Alan was third in the 1971 Australian Grand Prix and second at Bathurst in 1974 with Colin Bond.


Tasmanian, John McCormack became one of the leading Formula 5000 racers in the 1970’s winning the Australian Drivers’ Championship three times. John won the New Zealand Grand Prix in 1973/74 and as well as racing open wheelers he raced sport sedans and touring cars.


Ken Smith MBE from New Zealand won the New Zealand Grand Prix in 1976, 1990 and in 2004 and raced Formula Ford, Formula 5000, Formula Pacific, Formula Mondial and Toyota Racing Series. Ken has competed over 59 consecutive seasons on the motor racing circuit. He has won the Gold Star Drivers Award five times, Formula 5000 Revival three times, the Penang Grand Prix three times, the Selanger twice and the Malaysian Grand Prix once. In 1995 Ken was inducted into the New Zealand motorsport Hall of Fame.




Officials Required

The Classic Race Committee are again looking for officials for the event.

Officials Registration here

Media Registration here