The 1948 South Australian 100 was a motor race staged at the Lobethal Circuit in South Australia on 1 January 1948. It was contested as a handicap race over 12 laps, a total distance of 105 miles.
The race, which was the second South Australian 100 to be held at Lobethal, was won by Jim Gullan driving a Ballot Oldsmobile.
1948 South Australian 100 Wikipedia
Notes:Race distance: 12 laps, 105 miles
Number of starters: 21
Number of classified finishers: 13
Fastest time: Granton Harrison, 1:39:49 (88 mph)
Fastest Lap: Doug Whiteford, 6:07
Teams Prize: Harvey, Hamilton & Ohmeyer