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Title: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Evan Bottcher on December 31, 2017, 09:04:50 AM
(http://www.alfaclubvic.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/AROCA_TS_Cup_Master_Artwork_Letterbox_604_Wide.jpg)

We’re excited to announce a new fun but low-cost category for Alfa Romeo club motorsport in 2018.  Our cousins in AROCA NSW have introduced a set of regulations for limited modification race cars built on the Alfa 147/156/GTV 2-litre twin spark cars.  The philosophy is ‘Equal and Economic’, the regulations have been crafted to promote low-cost modifications that make a car reliable and fun to drive while creating the opportunity for some great racing through a level playing field.

For 2018 the Victorian club will introduce a Twin Spark Cup category within our supersprints as well as Alfa Racing at Winton.  Cars built to Twin Spark Cup regulations will also be able to race in Victoria and interstate as part of the national category.

A pathway from supersprints to circuit racing

We see that Twin Spark Cup can be an affordable pathway for competitors, starting in supersprints and developing the car to be able to compete in circuit racing.

Stage 1: Buy a reasonably priced 147/156/GTV, keep it road registered - bolt in an extinguisher, some good brake pads and fluid, and do some supersprints.

Stage 2: Modified but still able to be driven to the track - upgrade springs and shocks, strip out the interior, bolt in a race seat and harness.  Do some more supersprints, and compete in the Alfa Club 12-hour relay at Winton.

Stage 3: Foray into racing - bolt in a roll cage, fit some racing essentials e.g. cut-off switch, window net and go circuit racing with AROCA and VRA.

The regulations

The regulations are closely based on the highly successful Twin Spark Cup series’ running in the UK and in Europe.  They allow for NO modifications to the engine or drivetrain, and cars will run standard sized wheels and a control tyre.  Interiors can be stripped, but a minimum weight will be applied and enforced.  Springs and dampers can be upgraded but adjustable coil-overs are not allowed.  The idea here is that over time most cars will run very similar configuration at a reasonable cost.

The final regulations will be published at: http://www.alfaclubnsw.org.au/motor-sport-motoring/race/, look out for announcements on the club forum.

Want to know more?

If you’re interested to know more, contact Evan Bottcher (evan@bottch.com, 0400 013 175) or Neil Choi (compsec@alfaclubvic.org.au).
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Colin Edwards on January 02, 2018, 10:50:06 AM
This is a great way to be involved in affordable and sustainable club-level motorsport.

A quick glance on the net reveals a number of 147's and 156's suitable for sprinting.  Fill out and submit your entry, drive to the track, empty the car, get it scrutineered, attend drivers briefing and your in for a great days sprinting.  As the intention is to put together your own best lap, your not required to spend the full session on the track.  However after a while you wont want it to end!  Your best time determines the finishing order - its not a race!  Then drive home and begin looking forward the next event. 

For minimal $ and time investment, a twin spark equipped 147, 156 or GTV can be made very road and track worthy.  In addition to the usual work, a bit of additional investment in brakes and tyres and your ready to go.  As we are all going to be in similar cars their wont be a shortage of relevant guidance and advice.  You certainly never on your own at an AROCA sprint.  What's stopping you?!?
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Craig_m67 on January 02, 2018, 12:22:42 PM
4cyl JTD eligible?
(Or are we banned due to our massive torques :) )
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Citroënbender on January 02, 2018, 02:01:14 PM
Provided you run the homologated fuel, I don't see why you couldn't compete.  :P
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Colin Edwards on January 02, 2018, 03:48:02 PM
4cyl JTD eligible?
(Or are we banned due to our massive torques :) )

Hi Craig,
Pretty straight forward to determine if a turbo has been "tweaked" so no problem there!

Best to run the JTD option past Evan and Neil. 

Given the intention is to get people out from in front of a computer and into a real car............................................!
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Evan Bottcher on January 02, 2018, 07:37:07 PM
The category regulations are being finalised by members of AROCA NSW - the intention is to have a single set of regulations so that cars can be developed in multiple states and then come together to race in a single series.

Contact details for the organisers are here: http://www.alfaclubnsw.org.au/motor-sport-motoring/race/ - this is also where the final regulations will be published.

No JTS and no JTD allowed in the current regulations.  Should be published soon I believe.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Neil Choi on January 04, 2018, 07:08:06 PM
8 Twin Spark Cup entrants entered for Broadford, woohoo.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Neil Choi on January 11, 2018, 07:00:20 PM
Wow.
Had 11 Twin Spark Cup competitors at one stage but due to an issue, lost two (147's)

So we have 9 entrants in Alfa 156's, 147's and GTV's. 

Twin Spark Cup Windscreen banners being made up to promote this tremendous afford motorsport series within the Alfa club.

Excited to see the launch of this series with great parity.

If a good thing comes through, we will have 10.  Wait for it.  And working on another, so could be 11, again.  This is huge.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Neil Choi on January 11, 2018, 08:31:49 PM
Another.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Neil Choi on January 13, 2018, 03:25:49 PM
With the inaugural Twin Spark Cup series (Victoria) kicking off within the first round of the 2018 AROCA (Vic) Sprint Series on 21 January, a good number of AROCA members are busily preparing their Twin Spark Cup cars, ready for Broadford.
 
Lots of work happening in the background to make this all work, be successful, economical, enjoyable and most of all even competition.
 
Championing the cause with the production of a set of regulations are:
Richard McKee with assistance from Brian Wilson, Alfio Musumeci, Peter Jakrot, Evan Bottcher and Neil Choi.  Several others also gave advice in the background.
 
Worthy mentions leading to a competitive TS Cup field are:
 
Hugh Harrison, leading the charge, with a very fine example of a competitive TS Cup spec’ed Alfa GTV TS.  He has campaigned such car for the last couple of years in Alfa Racing and Sprints, usually double entered.  With some affordable developments, he is the one to talk to able developing cars for the TS Cup.
 
The Choi family B.O.G. Alfa 156, absolutely standard 156 TS with worn everything including squeaky A-arms, campaigned as is in the last 3 years in the AROCA 12 hr relay and sprint series.  Usually double and sometimes triple shared at sprints, doing 1-2 hours stints in the 12 hr then driven back home and continue with daily work commute duties.  It has been known to shed weight while on track.
 
Evan Bottcher’s newly acquitted and TS Cup prepared Alfa 156 TS, gotten for a song and being prepared to be competitive.  Meticulously prepared and within the specification of the regulations, it will be fast and legal.
 
Bruno Colautti, another one of those hardcore racers who is in the know and preparing an Alfa 147 TS.  Very standard but will be prepared to be within the regulations.  The 147 will be at the pointy end of the grid.
 
Tom Taylor, campaigner of a red Alfa GTV TS which has competed regularly in the Alfa Sprints and also a few times in the Alfa 12 hr Relay, double entered mostly.  Young and experienced driver, this will be something to watch over time.
 
Anthony Novak running an Alfa 147 TS, seasoned campaigner in standard class, now stepping up to the TS Cup and being welcomed back to the sprint series.  Standard 147, so can not be faulted and will keep on running and finish strong and there at the end of the day.
 
Current list of TS Cup pilots for this round are:
 
Evan BOTTCHER
Cailum CHOI
Damon CHOI
Neil CHOI
Ed GENIS
Hugh HARRISON
Sheldon McINTOSH
Anthony E NOVAK
Jim TAYLOR
Tom TAYLOR
 
There are several others, cars being prepared.  They will be mentioned at the next competition round introduction.
 
So what are you doing with your TS?  Come and compete.  It is economical and equal.
 
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Evan Bottcher on January 13, 2018, 06:35:14 PM
For those following along, here is the most recent draft of the technical regulations for Twin Spark Cup.  Feedback has been provided on this initial draft and we're awaiting an updated draft.  Please recognise that these regulations are still draft and subject to change (although very close) so don't go buying bits and pieces yet.

If you're interested, start scouring for a reasonably priced 147/156/GTV and get it trackworthy for a supersprint - then when the regulations are finalised you'll be ready to build it into a cheap* race car.

* relatively cheap.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Neil Choi on January 13, 2018, 08:13:57 PM
Alfa Spider TS is eligible, YES?  I think YES.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: alanm on January 14, 2018, 09:16:34 AM
SENSATIONAL!!  ;D ;D
Can't wait so see TS Cup cars and drivers in action!
This is a fantastic initiative by the Club.
It's time for this generation of Alfas to shine - the Choi family's car is proof of how robust and capable these cars are. Callum and Damon are of course gentle on the 156  ;)

Al
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: John Burkhart on January 16, 2018, 08:28:46 PM
Just a heads-up that if you're about to buy shocks and springs for the TS Cup, you may want to just hold off a bit longer. My understanding is there is continued discussion about whether a control suspension setup will be mandated. I strongly suggest holding off on big purchases until the regulations are finally released.

I can't wait!

JohnB (Canberra)
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: 310 on January 20, 2018, 11:42:40 PM
put me down for sandown just got a 147 today for racing cant wait to join field.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Neil Choi on January 25, 2018, 11:05:16 PM
And another.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Mick A on January 26, 2018, 12:05:31 AM
Just a heads-up that if you're about to buy shocks and springs for the TS Cup, you may want to just hold off a bit longer. My understanding is there is continued discussion about whether a control suspension setup will be mandated. I strongly suggest holding off on big purchases until the regulations are finally released.

I can't wait!

JohnB (Canberra)

"cheap racing" he said....

pfft!
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Neil Choi on January 26, 2018, 08:00:59 AM
And another, available.

http://www.alfaclubvic.org.au/forum/index.php?topic=17903.msg102369#msg102369 (http://www.alfaclubvic.org.au/forum/index.php?topic=17903.msg102369#msg102369)


Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Neil Choi on January 26, 2018, 08:07:43 AM
And another, available, this one is a REALLY nice car but be quick.  Contact me if keen.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Citroënbender on January 26, 2018, 08:11:59 AM
That’s far too clean for serious tracking!


[Aside] I have to wonder if a tweaked Selespeed wouldn't be competitive; seem to recall the last of the 156 Seles were rumoured to have pretty snappy programming when driven hard. Maybe their computers will run in a 147?
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Neil Choi on February 12, 2018, 07:45:16 AM
Over the last period of time, learnt several TS Cup cars are being prepared, most will debut at Winton, maybe a couple at Sandown.  Our's will be at Sandown, maybe triple entered!!!
Going to be a crowded space which is a good thing.
So what are you waiting for.
Loads of fun, reasonably priced, simple preparation to whatever degree you want.  Come and check out the various levels, from daily drivers to stripped out speed machines. 
TS Cup windscreen banner will be supplied to each TS Cup car.
Double enter with your son or daughter or dad or mum or brother or sister or an Alfisti friend.
So far, all we have done:  change oil regularly, check and change brake pads and some tyres, and it runs each time for the last year or two.


See you out there on the track.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Evan Bottcher on February 18, 2018, 10:36:03 PM
Here is a clarification to the regulations for our Twin Spark Cup 'development' class in AROCA Vic Supersprints in 2018.

For 2018 we will run our Supersprint class according to the DRAFT regulations (http://www.alfaclubvic.org.au/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=17795.0;attach=40061) for the national Twin Spark Cup racing series.

The following rules changes will apply for Vic Supersprints in 2018:

1. Any grooved tyre can be used, including 'R' tyres.  No slicks.
2. A harness is recommended, but not required.
3. Airbags do not have to be removed.
4. Fuel cut-off/inertia switch does not have to be removed.

These rule changes have been added to allow a wide field of entries in at Supersprint level including road-registered cars.  Competitors can then progress from Supersprints to circuit racing with minimal change to achieve eligibility.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: alanm on February 19, 2018, 06:00:52 PM
Our beastie... almost ready for some action  ;D
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Evan Bottcher on May 21, 2018, 10:41:38 PM
May 2018 Twin Spark Cup update - on Saturday we had a great turn-out with five cars competing at Sandown Raceway.  Notable was John Burkhart who brought his 156 Twin Spark Cup log-booked race car down from Canberra to compete.  We also had first-time sprinters in their road cars.  As usual Damon Choi punted the Choimobile around very quickly to win the class, again a stock-standard car demonstrating the excellent value for money in these cars.

The national Twin Spark Cup regulations are close to finalised we hear - and a few cars are already in progress being prepared.

Looking forward to some close racing!
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Evan Bottcher on May 21, 2018, 10:42:17 PM
Some more photos...
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Neil Choi on May 22, 2018, 07:34:13 AM
Ah, the old Choimobile.  Still going.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Evan Bottcher on May 24, 2018, 08:04:02 PM
The national Twin Spark Cup regulations have been released - please find attached.

Details of optional control suspension package to be announced soon.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Evan Bottcher on June 14, 2018, 10:30:19 PM
June 2018 Twin Spark Cup update - at last weekend's Winton round we had a good turn out of Twin Spark competitors in both supersprints and racing.

In the supersprint we saw three competitors
Ed Genis - 916 GTV (best time: 1:15.2289)
Cailum Choi - 156 TS (best time: 1:15.7001)
Steven Offen - 147 TS (best time: 1:19.3047)

Ed was driving the 916 GTV shared with Hugh Harrison, a very well developed car within Twin Spark Cup regulations.  It was also great to see newcomer Steven punting his road car around having a great time. 

In the Veloce Racing we saw two cars compete
Hugh Harrison - 916 GTV
John Burkhart - 156 TS

Hugh's car is a well developed package, and with Hugh behind the wheel it probably established the benchmark for other competitors to try to achieve.  In the wet, Hugh demonstrated the strength of the car - qualifying in second place, and in race one held off cars with much more power for a solid third place.

With lots of excitement and discussion around people building cars - we hope to see a few more twin spark cars competing in the supersprint June 30th at Phillip Island.

Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Neil Choi on June 16, 2018, 06:44:35 PM
Yep, I think he got the apex.
Or maybe not.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Neil Choi on June 26, 2018, 05:24:54 PM
156 TS at the Island.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Neil Choi on July 23, 2018, 09:08:44 PM
Go the Twin Spark.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Evan Bottcher on September 28, 2018, 11:44:51 AM
A couple of updates with regard to Twin Spark Cup racing and sprinting.

2019 Victorian competition rules have been published at http://www.alfaclubvic.org.au/motorsport/ (scroll down to the download section)
- Supersprints will have a 'twin spark' class
- Victorian Alfa Racing will have a 'twin spark cup' class for cars complying to the national TSC regulations.

National Twin Spark Cup category has published three technical bulletins which provide updates to the regulations published in May (download here: http://www.alfaclubnsw.org.au/motor-sport-motoring/race/)

TB0001 – relates to the Control Suspension and ordering procedures and costing
TB0002 – relates to the Category 1 Suspension modifications
TB0003 – relates to vehicle ride height

I've attached these documents here.

Happy Twin Sparking!
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: Evan Bottcher on September 28, 2018, 11:46:04 AM
Third document
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: John Burkhart on March 01, 2019, 10:39:44 PM
The first round of the Twin Spark Cup racing championship is next weekend (9th & 10th March 2019) at Eastern Creek (Sydney Motorsport Park - GP Circuit).

It's not too late to enter. Online entry at https://motorrace.com.au/event/sydney-300/

This is an AASA event.

5 Twin Spark race cars already entered.

I can probably help one or two people out with accommodation in Sydney if you make the trip up from Victoria. PM me if you want to take me up on this.

Cheers,

John Burkhart
0416 112 187
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: John Burkhart on April 25, 2019, 10:59:55 AM
The 2019 Australian Alfa Romeo TwinSpark Cup championship will be comprised of the following 8 rounds:

Round 1          9th & 10th March          SMSPNSW          VRA Round 1          AASA     Completed
Round 213th AprilSMSPNSWVRA Round 2AASACompleted
Round 314th AprilWintonVicAlfa Racing Round 1AASACompleted
Round 4(17th) 18th & 19th MaySMSPNSWShannons Nationals & TCR Round 1          CAMSOnline Entry Now Open at https://www.cams.com.au/ (https://www.cams.com.au/)
Entries close 12th May
Round 51st JuneSMSPNSWVRA Round 3AASAOnline Entry Now Open at https://motorrace.com.au/event/2019-round3/ (https://motorrace.com.au/event/2019-round3/)
Entries close 23rd May
Round 62nd JuneWinton VicAlfa Racing Round 2AASAEntry Now Open. Details and entry form at https://www.alfaclubvic.org.au/motorsport/ (https://www.alfaclubvic.org.au/motorsport/)
Round 715th SeptemberWakefield Park          NSWVRA Round 4AASAEntries Not Yet Open
Round 823rd NovemberWintonVicAlfa Racing Round 3AASAEntries Not Yet Open


Abbreviations
AASA     Australian Auto-sport Alliance
CAMS     Confederation of Australian Motor Sport
SMSP     Sydney Motor Sport Park
TCRTouring Car Racing series
VRAVeloce Racing Association
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: John Burkhart on April 25, 2019, 11:17:15 AM
Points for the 2019 Cup will be awarded as follows:

Each competitor’s best four rounds will be counted, with only 3 rounds in one state being counted.

There will be a pool of 120 points available for first place-getters for each round, split across the number of races in the round. See the table below for the examples for 3-race and 4-race rounds.

Points          3 races in       
a round
4 races in       
a round
1st
40
30
2nd
36
27
3rd
32
24
4th
28
21
5th
24
18
6th
20
15
7th
16
12
8th
12
9
9th
8
6
10th
4
3
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: John Burkhart on April 25, 2019, 11:26:07 AM
Results from TSC Round 1, 10th March, SMSP:
          
Race 1                              Race 2                              Race 3
1st (40 pts)               54 John Burkhart54 John Burkhart10 Brad Wilson
2nd (36 pts)10 Brad Wilson10 Brad Wilson54 John Burkhart
3rd (32 pts)6 David McKee6 David McKee6 David McKee
4th (28 pts)65 Richard McKee65 Richard McKee65 Richard McKee
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: John Burkhart on April 25, 2019, 11:33:40 AM
Results from TSC Round 2, 13th April, SMSP:

Race 1 – No Result     Race 2                              Race 3
1st (60 pts)               
-
280 Andrew Wilson280 Andrew Wilson
2nd (54 pts)
-
10 Brad Wilson10 Brad Wilson
3rd (48 pts)
-
54 John Burkhart54 John Burkhart

Points were calculated as though it was a 2-race round because all TSC cars were classified as DNF in Race 1
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: John Burkhart on April 25, 2019, 11:44:36 AM
Results from TSC Round 3, 14th April, Winton:

Race 1                              Race 2                              Race 3                              Race 4
1st (30 pts)               75 Hugh Harrison75 Hugh Harrison75 Hugh Harrison54 John Burkhart
2nd (27 pts)54 John Burkhart54 John Burkhart54 John Burkhart53 Stephen Aarons
3rd (24 pts)53 Stephen Aarons53 Stephen Aarons53 Stephen Aarons
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: John Burkhart on April 25, 2019, 11:56:50 AM
Alfa Romeo TwinSpark Cup Australia Championship Ladder after Round 3:

Competitor and Number          Total Points          Rounds
Contested         
Total of
Best 4 Rounds
#6 David McKee96196
#10 Brad Wilson2202220
#53 Stephen Aarons99199
#54 John Burkhart3233323
#65 Richard McKee84184
#75 Hugh Harrison90190
#280 Andrew Wilson1201120
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: John Burkhart on April 27, 2019, 06:36:59 PM
Entry forms for Rounds 4 and 5 of the TwinSpark Cup are now available, and Round 6 is just around the corner too.

Round 4 Sydney Motorsport Park (aka SMSP/SMP/Eastern Creek) 17th - 19th May.
This is part of the Shannons Nationals Sydney round and includes the first round of the Australian TCR series.
The Entry Portal for racers is now open and is via CAMS site. Select "2019 Shannons Nationals - Round 1 (Alfa Challenge)" on 17th May https://www.cams.com.au/ (https://www.cams.com.au/) Entries close 12th May

Round 5 Sydney Motorsport Park (aka SMSP/SMP/Eastern Creek) 1st June.
This is part of the third round of the MRA Series.
Online entry now open and event details through the MRA website https://motorrace.com.au/event/2019-round3/ (https://motorrace.com.au/event/2019-round3/). Entries close 23rd May 2019.

Round 6 Winton is 2nd June.
This event is run by AROCA Vic and we'll run as a class in the Alfa Racing series.
Entries are now open! Go to https://www.alfaclubvic.org.au/motorsport/ (https://www.alfaclubvic.org.au/motorsport/) for event details and the entry form.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: John Burkhart on September 19, 2019, 12:59:02 PM
Hi again Twin Spark Cuppers,

2019 Australian Twin Spark Cup Championship Ladder (after 8 of 9 rounds)

Pos   Driver      Total Points   Rounds 
                          From Best      Competed
                          4 Rounds         

1   John Burkhart   455         7   *
2   Richard McKee   352         4   
3   Brad Wilson   340         5   *
4   Andrew Wilson   304         4   *
5   Stephen Aarons   201         2   
6   Urs Muller      192         2
7   Hugh Harrison   180         2
8   Thomas Muller   112         1
9   David McKee   96         1
10   Leon Saliba   68         1

* Denotes driver has dropped rounds as part of points tally calculation. Note max of 3 rounds are counted in any one state.

Twin Spark Cup (race cars) Lap Records

Circuit         TSC Lap Record      Driver      Date         Session
SMP Gardiner      1:58.5837         John Burkhart   19/05/2019   Race 2
SMP Druitt         1:20.4165         Andrew Wilson   13/04/2019   Race 3
Wakefield Park      1:14.8908         Thomas Muller   15/09/2019   Race 3
Winton Long Circuit   1:44.9553         Hugh Harrison   2/06/2019      Race 1
Winton Short Circuit   1:12.7156         John Burkhart   2/06/2019      Race 3
Phillip Island      2:01.6885         Hugh Harrison   6/07/2019      Practice 2

All times above are taken from Natsoft.com.au

The final round of the 2019 season will be at Winton on 23rd November as part of AROCA's Alfa Racing series.
Title: Re: 2018 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup - Victoria
Post by: John Burkhart on February 27, 2020, 09:35:45 PM
(http://www.twinsparkcup.com.au/images/TSClongredlogoOz2018.JPG)

The final results for the 2019 Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup were posted on www.twinsparkcup.com.au website.

Here is the summary:
Alfa Romeo Twin Spark Cup Racing Series
 Championship Results 2019
Position   DriverTotal Points
- Best 4 Rounds 
Rounds
 Competed 
Total Points
- All Rounds
1John Burkhart4558741*
2Brad Wilson4396651*
3Andrew Wilson3585434*
4Richard McKee3524352
5Hugh Harrison3003300
6Stephen Aarons2703270
7Urs Muller1922192
8Thomas Muller1121112
9David McKee96196
10Sheldon McIntosh84184
11Leon Saliba68168