History

The Thunderdome

In the late 60s NASCAR was a growing sport, after visiting the USA Bob Jane alongside his brother Bill saw this as an opportunity and wanted to introduce the sport to Australia. After two years of ...

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The National Circuit

Calder Park Raceway was founded in the farming community of Diggers Rest and began as a dirt track carved into a paddock by a group of motoring enthusiasts who wanted somewhere to race their FJ Hol...

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AUSCAR

 AUSCAR (Australian Stock Car Auto Racing) was the sanctioning body owned by Bob Jane which ran American-style Superspeedway racing in Australia. Three categories of racing car were developed to ru...

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NASCAR

Australian NASCAR racing was sanctioned by Bob Jane's Australian Stock Car Auto Racing (AUSCAR) authority on behalf of NASCAR in America. In 1987 with the completion of the Calder Park Thunderdome...

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