Gulf Western Oil Touring Car Masters immediately struck a winning formula, with its mix of classic hero cars and modern improvements, such as disc brakes, dry-sumped engines and radial tyres, producing intense, dynamic racing right from the outset.

Since then, the popular retro series has continued to go from strength-to-strength, lifting the class to become a successful, highly-competitive, affordable and commercially-viable category.

Though many think of it as a historic category, TCM is just as much of a ‘tribute’ to the classic era while allowing it to be vialble in today’s commercial and competitive environment.

Showcasing a selection of immaculately prepared touring cars of the pre-1981 era, the Touring Car Masters boasts some of the sport’s most iconic muscle cars from Falcon GT’s, BOSS Mustangs, Chevrolet Camaros, Chrysler Chargers and Holden Monaros to the giant-killing Holden Toranas and nimble Porsche 911 RS’s. Pontiacs, Mercuries, Ford Capris and more make a variety-packed field.

Evoking the glory days of Australian Touring Car racing, the Touring Car Masters has incredibly vast appeal with a fan base that bridges all walks of life and spans generations, inspiring the passion of motoring enthusiasts, race fans and drivers.

The series continues to develop, and in 2019 introduced a cost effective, optional ‘category’ engine producing approximately 600hp that will see engine costs reduced by up to two thirds. With initiatives such as the TCM engine, TCM remains the most affordable Premier Racing Category in Australia and opens its ranks to a whole new host of competitors.

The Touring Car Masters series is structured across three classes at each round:

ProMASTERS – For the professional drivers

ProAM – For part-timers or drivers doing it as much for fun as they are success

ProSPORTS – allows entrants to cross-enter in the same car, enabling two (or more) drivers to score points for the vehicle and still compete for the class championship.

For more information please visit the championship’s official website at