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1990 Nissan Sydney 500

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The 1990 Nissan Sydney 500 was a 500 kilometre touring car race held on 10 November 1990 at Eastern Creek Raceway in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The race, which was open to Group 3A Touring Cars, was the final round of both the 1990 Australian Endurance Championship and the 1990 Australian Manufacturers' Championship. The race was the first touring car event held at Eastern Creek Raceway.

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Divisional structure

Cars competed in three engine capacity divisions.

Division 1

Division 1, for cars of 3001cc and Over engine capacity, featured the turbocharged Ford Sierras, Nissan Skylines and Toyota Supras and V8 Holden Commodores.

Division 2

Division 2, for cars of 1601 to 3000cc engine capacity, was composed of BMW M3s, a BMW 323i and a Mercedes-Benz 190E.

Division 3

Division 3, for cars of Up to 1600cc engine capacity, was composed various models of Toyota Corolla and Toyota Sprinter.

Official results

Race results as follows:

Statistics

  • Pole Position - #1 Jim Richards - Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R - 1:35.26
  • Fastest Lap - #11 Larry Perkins - Holden VL Commodore SS Group A SV - 1:37.84 (new lap record)
  • Winners' average speed - 140.61 km/h
  • References

    1990 Nissan Sydney 500 Wikipedia


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