Welcome to Saloon Cars Victoria, the home of the hottest action between Victoria’s two biggest rivals Holden and Ford!

The Saloon Car concept was created late in 1997 by a group of racing enthusiasts who thought relatively late model six cylinder Holden Commodores and Ford Falcons would make an inexpensive and popular race car at an entry level.

The Technical Regulations were drafted and submitted to the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) for approval; once they were approved test vehicles were constructed and tested.  The regulations adopted many strictly controlled components including a brake and suspension package, wheels, tyres, computer (ECU), camshaft etc.

It took over eighteen months of research, testing and advice from people that had been involved in Production Car Racing in the early 90s to finalise the regulations and to ensure that the parity between the Commodore V6 and the In-line OHC Falcon was even.

If you have any questions or wish to find out more information about this wonderful motorsport then please feel free to contact us via our contacts page.

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