Historic cars race at Warwick
HISTORIC cars worth $9.6 million will be in Warwick for the 34th Historic Queensland Race Meeting at Morgan Park Raceway on July 30-31.
More than 230 historic competition cars from all eastern states and South Australia have entered the event on the 3km track.
It is expected a number of lap records will tumble.
The race meeting will be one of the largest held at Morgan Park Raceway and will feature all classes of historic motor racing with a 40-event packed program featuring 1926 AC Amilcar to 1950s-1980s sports and touring cars, including Bathurst cars.
Then there is the formula and sports racing of cars from the 1950s-1980s era, all with racing history.
People walking through the pits will see a lot of racing history all in one area.
Gates open at 7.30am and close at 5.30pm Saturday.
Practice and qualifying is from 9am-noon Saturday. Racing is on from 1pm-4.30pm.
Sunday racing will be from 9am-3.30pm.
Tickets will be available at the gate. Entry is $20/day, $30/weekend or concession $15/day, $20/weekend.
Admission is free for children younger than 14 years.