About The Club
Central Muscle Cars was formed in 2003 by a group of like-minded enthusiasts, who wanted to create a class catering to classic competition muscle cars. Central Muscle Cars grew quickly, as many other competitors who shared the same passion for thundering, powersliding Australian and American muscle cars came on board and the fan base also grew rapidly. Central Muscle Cars caters to production vehicles manufactured from 1958 – 1978, of which a minimum 1000 identical units must have been produced in a 12 month period, to be eligible. There are two classes, Group 1 and Group 2 and the Driver must Own the car to be able to compete in the series.
Group 1 allows many more freedoms to the competitor, including wheel sizes up to 17″ x 11″, plus the use of composite panels and a deep front spoiler. Brakes are limited to 6-pot front, and 4-pot rear.
Same tech as 1B but are differentiated by lap times around the tracks to create a second tier for Group 1 spec cars.
More technical restrictions, aimed at the purist, who prefers their car remain closer to its standard form. Group 2 cars are limited to a maximum 17″ x 9″ wheels, and must run original bodywork panels and a maximum 4-pot brakes.