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Supercars retains controversial entry rules

Supercars is standing firm on its entry requirements. Image: InSyde Media

Supercars has retained its controversial entry requirements for new drivers despite the impending abolishment of the superlicence.

Motorsport Australia announced earlier this year that the much-maligned superlicence system will be abolished as of January 1.

However it won’t change the entry requirements for Supercars, which has now confirmed that it will retain its list of controversial stipulations for new drivers.

That means that as well as holding a minimum of an FIA International Grade C licence, drivers will have to meet certain requirements.

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Those requirement are that a driver must have either competed in three Supercars rounds in the past five years, have competed in six Super2 rounds in the past…

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