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2019 Round 7, Sandown 500 November 8 - 10

Welcome to TCM

The Paynter Dixon Touring Car Masters is Australia’s top series for retro Touring Cars from the classic period of muscle car competition between 1964 and 1981.

The series, more 'retro' than 'historic', brings together some of the most iconic brands and models from Muscle Car history and creates a racing series full of unique sounds, sights and an on-track product like no other. There's Ford and Holden, of course, but also classic US-Muscle like Mustang and Camaro, AMC, Valliants, Chryslers, AMC and even Porsche's.

TCM cars are loud, fast, sideways and exciting. The drivers are heroes and include some of the most famous names in the sport, including Bathurst legend John Bowe, double champions Steven Johnson and Gavin Bullas plus regular contenders Adam Bressington, Ryan Hansford, Jason Gomersall, Jim Pollicina and more. 

TCM contests seven rounds across Australia, including six with the Supercars Championship and a season highlight at the Australian Muscle Car Masters in Sydney. 

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AUSTRALIA EDGES NEW ZEALAND FOR TRANS-TASMAN TROPHY HONOURS

Oct 13, 2019

NEW ZEALANDERS may have finished first, second and third but it was Australia who prevailed in the Trans-Tasman Paynter Dixon Touring Car Masters trophy race at Mount Panorama on Sunday morning.

Angus Fogg led home Hugh Gairdner and Andrew Anderson in a wild six-lap dash with Aaron Seton the first of the Aussie’s home in fourth.

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AUSTRALIA EDGES NEW ZEALAND FOR TRANS-TASMAN TROPHY HONOURS

Oct 13, 2019

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FOGG CLEAR ON THE MOUNTAIN AS TITLE BATTLE FIRMS

Oct 12, 2019

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FOGG TAKES WET AND WILD RACE 2 ON THE MOUNTAIN

Oct 11, 2019

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JOHNSON WINS RACE 1 THANKS TO PASS OF THE YEAR

Oct 11, 2019

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