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The Australian Super Sedan Championship is a Dirt track racing championship held each year to determine the Australian national champion. The championship is held over a single meeting (usually on consecutive nights) and has run annually since the 1971/72 season and is awarded to a different state of Australia each year by the national controlling body, the Australian Saloon Car Federation (ASCF).
The first championship was run in Australia's capital city of Canberra at the now closed Fraser Park Speedway (later renamed Tralee Speedway) and was won by Kevin Dalton of Victoria.
The championship is separate to the National Super Sedan Series which has been in operation since 2006.
New South Wales driver Grenville Anderson (1951-2004), holds the record for most championship wins with four titles to his name - 1975/76 (Rowley Park Speedway in Adelaide, South Australia), 1977/78 (Claremont Speedway in Perth, Western Australia), 1979/80 (Bagot Park in Darwin, Northern Territory), and 1992/93 (Latrobe Speedway in Latrobe, Tasmania). Anderson also finished second in 1978/79 at the Charlton Speedway in Toowoomba, Queensland, and was easily the quickest driver at the 1991/92 championship at Speedway Park in Adelaide, not losing a race until a crash in his final heat saw his car severely damaged. Born in 1951, Anderson died in 2004 as a result of head injuries he sustained during a crash when running hot laps at Brisbane's Archerfield Speedway before the first night of the 1993/94 Australian Championships where he was the defending champion.
The current (2017/18) Australian Super Sedan champion is Tasmanian Callum Harper who won his 2nd crown at Parramatta, NSW in early March 2018.

Winners since 1971

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!Year
!Venue
!City/State
width=210px Winner
width=210px Runner-up
width=210px 3rd place
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align=center 1971/72
Tralee Speedway
Canberra, ACT
Kevin Dalton (Vic)
Alan Butcher (Qld)
David House (NSW)
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align=center 1972/73
Liverpool Speedway
Sydney, NSW
David House (NSW)
Peter Crick (NSW)
Paul Ash (NSW)
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align=center 1973/74
Northern Park
Melbourne, Vic
David Wignall (NSW)
Russell Hoffman (Qld)
David House (NSW)
-
align=center 1974/75
Charlton Raceway
Toowoomba, Qld
David House (NSW)
Kevin Drew (Qld)
Neville Harper (Tas)
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align=center 1975/76
Rowley Park Speedway
Adelaide, SA
Grenville Anderson (NSW)
Peter Timberlake (Vic)
David House (NSW)
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align=center 1976/77
Carrick Speedway
Carrick, Tas
Allan Blake (WA)
Merv Hargreaves (Qld)
Howie Fiedler (Qld)
-
align=center 1977/78
Claremont Speedway
Perth, WA
Grenville Anderson (NSW)
Frank Ashmore (Vic)
Ben Ludlow (WA)
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align=center 1978/79
Charlton Raceway
Toowoomba, Qld
Russell Hoffman (Qld)
Grenville Anderson (NSW)
Phil Marshall (Qld)
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align=center 1979/80
Bagot Park
Darwin, NT
Grenville Anderson (NSW)
Nev Pezutti (NSW)
Daran Munro (Qld)
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!Year
!Venue
!City/State
width=210px Winner
width=210px Runner-up
width=210px 3rd place
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align=center 1980/81
Newcastle Motordrome
Newcastle, NSW
Alan Butcher (Qld)
Adrian Anderson (NSW)
John Leslight (NSW)
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align=center 1981/82
Melbourne Speedbowl
Melbourne, Vic
John Cartwright (NSW)
Cees Hendriks (Tas)
John Leslight (NSW)
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align=center 1982/83**
Avalon Raceway
Premier Speedway
Speedway Park
Lara, Vic
Warrnambool, Vic
Virginia, SA
Cees Hendriks (Tas)
Graham Lilford (NSW)
Chas Kelly (Tas)
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align=center 1983/84#
Speedway Park
Virginia, SA
Chris Blunden (SA)
Steve Stewart (SA)
Gary Chippendall (Vic)
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align=center 1984/85
Melbourne Speedbowl
Melbourne, Vic
Tony Grinstead (Vic)
Peter Timberlake (Vic)
Gary Chippendall (Vic)
-
align=center 1985/86
Speedway Park
Virginia, SA
Peter Aylett (Tas)
Mark Weaver (Vic)
Kym Cottrell (SA)
-
align=center 1986/87
Hobart Speedway
New Norfolk , Tas
Michael Long (Tas)
Peter Aylett (Tas)
Gary Reuter (SA)
-
align=center 1987/88
Archerfield Speedway
Brisbane, Qld
Ian Marshall (Qld)
John Pyne (NSW)
Tony Broso (NSW)
-
align=center 1988/89
Claremont Speedway
Perth, WA
John Singleton (WA)
Peter Brook (WA)
Peter Drew (SA)
-
align=center 1989/90
Newcastle Motordrome
Newcastle, NSW
John Pyne (NSW)
Peter Garratt (NSW)
Stu Robertson (NSW)
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!Year
!Venue
!City/State
width=210px Winner
width=210px Runner-up
width=210px 3rd place
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align=center 1990/91
Bendigo Raceway
Bendigo, Vic
Tony Grinstead (Vic)
Wayne Randall (Qld)
Nick Girdlestone (Qld)
-
align=center 1991/92
Speedway Park
Virginia, SA
Brad Scotcher (SA)
John Leslight (NSW)
Allan Baker (NSW)
-
align=center 1992/93
Latrobe Speedway
Latrobe, Tas
Grenville Anderson (NSW)
Allan Baker (NSW)
Ron Pyne (NSW)
-
align=center 1993/94
Archerfield Speedway
Brisbane, Qld
John McGeorge (Qld)
Ron Pyne (NSW)
John Pyne (NSW)
-
align=center 1994/95
Claremont Speedway
Perth, WA
Ron Pyne (NSW)
John Leslight (NSW)
Ian Marshall (Qld)
-
align=center 1995/96
Newcastle Motordrome
Newcastle, NSW
John Pyne (NSW)
Steve Francis ( )
Stuart Robertson (NSW)
-
align=center 1996/97
Northline Speedway
Darwin, NT
Peter Logue (Vic)
John Pyne (NSW)
Robert Gray (WA)
-
align=center 1997/98
Premier Speedway
Warrnambool, Vic
Mick Nicola (Vic)
Allan Baker (NSW)
Peter Logue (Vic)
-
align=center 1998/99
Borderline Speedway
Mount Gambier, SA
Ron Pyne (NSW)
Darren Kane (QLD)
Mick Nicola (VIC)
-
align=center 1999/2000
Hobart Speedway
New Norfolk, Tas
Ron Pyne (NSW)
Darren Kane (QLD)
Bill Miller (SA)
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!Year
!Venue
!City/State
width=210px Winner
width=210px Runner-up
width=210px 3rd place
-
align=center 2000/01
Rockhampton Speedway
Rockhampton, Qld
Peter Logue (VIC)
Allan Baker (NSW)
John Pyne (NSW)
-
align=center 2001/02
Attwell Park Speedway
Albany, WA
Mick Nicola (VIC)
Peter Logue (VIC)
Jamie McHugh (QLD)
-
align=center 2002/03
Parramatta City Raceway
Sydney, NSW
Mick Nicola (VIC)
John Leslight (NSW)
Wayne Brims (NSW)
-
align=center 2003/04
Riverview Speedway
Murray Bridge, SA
Darren Kane (QLD)
Jarrod Harper (TAS)
David Nichols (TAS)
-
align=center 2004/05
Latrobe Speedway
Latrobe, Tas
Kevin Purton (TAS)
Mick Nicola (VIC)
Jarrod Harper (TAS)
-
align=center 2005/06
Charlton Raceway
Toowoomba, Qld
Kevin Purton (TAS)
John Leslight (NSW)
Lucas Roberts (VIC)
-
align=center 2006/07
Perth Motorplex
Kwinana Beach, WA
Michael Gee (QLD)
Marc Giancola (WA)
Wayne Randall (QLD)
-
align=center 2007/08
Timmis Speedway
Mildura, Vic
Jamie McHugh (QLD)
Steve Jordan (QLD)
Jarrod Harper (TAS)
-
align=center 2008/09
Lismore Speedway
Lismore, NSW
Darren Kane (QLD)
Wayne Brims (NSW)
Brad Smith (TAS)
-
align=center 2009/10
Speedway City
Virginia, SA
Jamie McHugh (QLD)
Dave Gartner (SA)
Wayne Randall (QLD)
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!Year
!Venue
!City/State
width=210px Winner
width=210px Runner-up
width=210px 3rd place
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align=center 2010/11
Latrobe Speedway
Latrobe, Tas
Steve Jordan (QLD)
Jamie McHugh (QLD)
Darren Kane (QLD)
-
align=center 2011/12
Brisbane International Speedway
Brisbane, QLD
Jarrod Harper (TAS)
Lachlan Onley (NSW)
Matt Pascoe (QLD)
-
align=center 2012/13
Perth Motorplex
Kwinana Beach, WA
Matt Pascoe (QLD)
Lachlan Onley (NSW)
Jamie Oldfield (WA)
-
align=center 2013/14
Riverview Speedway
Murray Bridge, SA
Kodee Brown (WA)
Lachlan Onley (NSW)
Darren Kane (QLD)
-
align=center 2014/15
Latrobe Speedway
Latrobe, Tas
Matt Pascoe (QLD)
Kodee Brown (WA)
Darren Kane (QLD)
-
align=center 2015/16
Rockhampton Speedway
Rockhampton, Qld
Callum Harper (TAS)
Dave Gartner (SA)
Darren Kane (QLD)
-
align=center 2016/17
Attwell Park
Albany, WA
Darren Kane (QLD)
Dave Gartner (SA)
Mat Pascoe (QLD)
-
2017/18
Parramatta City Raceway
Sydney, NSW
Callum Harper (TAS)
Matt Pascoe (QLD)
Darren Kane (QLD)
-
2018/19
Heartland Raceway
Moama, NSW
Matt Pascoe (QLD)
Ryan Alexander (SA)
Callum Harper (TAS)
-
2019/20
Borderline Raceway
Glenburnie, SA
Darren Kane (QLD)
Ryan Alexander (SA)
Matt Pascoe (QLD)
** 1982-83 Championship was run over 3 rounds with an overall winner, runner up and 3rd place decided on points
## 1983-84 The name was changed from National Super Sedan - Open Division to Super Sedans

See also


  • Motorsport in Australia

  • External links

  • ASCF Australian Super Sedan Championship Honour Roll
  • Super Sedan Championship
    Super Sedan Championship
    Super Sedan
     
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