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1999 Australian Drivers' Championship

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1999 Australian Drivers' Championship

The 1999 Australian Drivers' Championship was a CAMS sanctioned motor racing title open to drivers of Formula Holden racing cars. The winner of the championship, which was the 43rd Australian Drivers' Championship, was awarded the 1999 CAMS Gold Star. Due to a sponsorship arrangement with Holden, the championship was promoted as the "Holden Australian Drivers' Championship".


The championship was won by Simon Wills driving a Reynard 94D for Birrana Racing Pty Ltd.


The championship was contested over a seven round series, with two races per round.

Points system

Championship points were awarded on a 20-15-12-10-8-6-4-3-2-1 basis to the top ten finishers in each race.

Championship results


% Contemporary Formula Holden regulations mandated the use of a 3.8 litre Holden V6 engine.

+ No points were awarded for the first race of Round 6 as the race was cancelled due to a series of accidents.


1999 Australian Drivers' Championship Wikipedia

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