Entries in for TCM at Muscle Car Masters

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The Touring Car Masters field at Hidden Valley

The Touring Car Masters field at Hidden Valley

Touring Car Masters organisers have confirmed that Glenn Seton will debut Jim Morton’s new Falcon XB when the series visits Eastern Creek Raceway next month.

Seton is the third former Australian Touring Car Champion to join the TCM ranks, with John Bowe and Jim Richards again expected to lead the way at the New South Wales venue in their Ford Mustang and Ford Falcon respectively.

Despite the recent exit of fellow front-runner Gavin Bullas, the September 1-3 Muscle Car Masters meeting has attracted 33 TCM entries.

Formula Ford racer Elliot Barbour will also debut a V8 hardtop – the youngster becoming the first to campaign an eight-cylinder Chrysler Charger.

Cameron Tilley, brother of front-running Falcon XY driver Brad Tilley, will swap his Valiant Pacer for a 1969 Ford Mustang, while Ross Almond (Porsche 911 RS), Matt O’Brien (Holden Monaro), Brett Youlden (Holden Monaro) and Nigel Benson (Holden Monaro) all return to the class.

John Bowe currently leads the points standings after the opening three rounds.

The Muscle Car Masters will also feature races for Group A, Group C and Group N historic touring cars, while Sports Sedans will compete for the inaugural Tony Edmonson trophy.

See below for the Touring Car Masters entry list

 

Sponsor Name Driver Name

Year

Make Model

1

Shannons Insurance Jim Richards

1964

Ford Falcon Sprint

3

Hercules Engines Steve Mason

1969

Chevrolet Camaro SS

5

Liberty Motor Finance Ian McAlister

1964

Ford Mustang Coupe

6

Stillwell Motorsport Chris Stillwell

1968

Ford Mustang Trans Am

8

Panels & Performance Gary O’Brien

1972

Holden HQ GTS

9

Bulletproof Products Tony Edwards

1974

Holden Torana SL/R 5000

11

Kings Springs Mark King

1973

Ford Falcon XA GT

13

The Wine Underground Rory O’Neill

1973

Porsche 911 RS

15

Firsthire Bill Pye

1969

Chevrolet Camaro SS

18

WesTrac Cat – Wilson Security John Bowe

1969

Ford Mustang Trans Am

21

Treloar Roses Garry Treloar

1973

Chrysler Charger E55

22

PRT Race Fabrication Nigel Benson

1971

Holden HQ Monaro

26

Toshiba / Copyworld Ross Almond

1973

Porsche 911 RS

27

JOY Mining Machinery Australia Matt O’Brien

1972

Holden HQ Monaro

28

Tilleys Automotive Brad Tilley

1971

Ford Falcon XY GT

30

Speed FX Racing Glenn Seton

1974

Ford Falcon XB Coupe

33

SportsMed Amanda Sparks

1973

Porsche 911 RS

43

Treloar Roses/Mick Wilson Plumbing Mick Wilson

1972

Chrysler Charger RT

48

Online’s Cheapest Cars Eddie Abelnica

1974

Ford Falcon XB Coupe

52

wheels.com.pg Keith Kassulke

1971

Holden HQ Monaro

56

Mothers Car Care Products Brett Youlden

1972

Holden HQ Monaro

57

Corio Auto Parts Graham Alexander

1968

Holden HT Monaro

60

Tilleys Racing Equipment Cameron Tilley

1969

Ford Boss Mustang

62

Falcon Fire Protection Doug Westwood

1971

Ford Falcon XY GTHO

68

Tilleys Automotive Andrew Whiteside

1968

Ford Mustang Trans Am

73

Exclusive Body Werks / Glasurit Terry Lawlor

1973

Porsche 911 RS

74

Lyndways Builders Wayne Mercer

1971

Ford Falcon XY GTHO

75

Elliot Barbour Racing Elliot Barbour

1973

Chrysler Charger E55

83

Ocean Foods George Nittis

1971

Ford Falcon XY GTHO

85

Whiteline Transport Racing Bernie Stack

1970

Chevrolet Camaro RS

88

TIFS – Wharehousing & Distribution Tony Karanfilovski

1971

Ford Falcon XY GTHO

91

Nelson Architects John Nelson

1973

Porsche 911 RS

95

WesTrac Cat / Lubrimaxx Andrew Miedecke

1969

Chevrolet Camaro SS

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