Sydney to host Australian Car Racing’s Australian Championship event on January 6

Sydney to be the venue for the world’s most anticipated Australian Car racing event on New Year’s Eve.

The Australian Car Association (ACA) announced on Monday that it will host the Australian Car Championship at the National Stadium in Sydney on January 5.

The event will be a three-day event that features more than 200 cars in the championship, including 12 Supercars, six GT cars, two Formula One and two Supercars.

The National Stadium will be the home of Australian Formula 1 and Supercars as well as the World Superbike Championship.

The ACA says the event will also feature a number of other international events such as the NASCAR Nationwide Sprint Cup Series and the NASCAR XFINITY Series.

“We’re excited to announce this new Australian Car Race event as we look forward to seeing some of the most iconic sporting events in the country at one of the nation’s premier venues,” ACTAC chairman and CEO Steve Waddell said.

“This will be an event that will attract an exciting crowd, with over 1.2 million people expected to attend and more than 1.5 million spectators at the venue.”

The Australian Formula One Championship, which was last held in Australia in 2008, will also take part in the event.

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