The Hobart Sporting Car Club is one of Tasmania’s oldest-established motorsports clubs. Originally involved in various motorsport disciplines in its earliest days; today the HSCC is primarily involved in promoting events at Baskerville Raceway near Hobart.
We organise three of the six rounds of the Tasmanian Circuit Racing Championship as well as the popular and award-winning Baskerville 1000 6-hour endurance event for teams, and the annual Time Attack event.
Hobart Sporting Car Club members can enjoy club membership in various ways – as competitor, official or spectator. They are also eligible to compete in most events run by other car clubs, such as motorkanas and khanacross – ideal for young people who can compete from age 14 years.
This website is currently undergoing a gradual upgrade. We hope you’ve noticed a number of changes we’ve made to improve information, especially about our signature events and our new membership portal.
We’ve got more improvements planned including a comprehensive historical image gallery and a new facility for completing event entry forms online.
Members can also access the latest HSCC event information via our Facebook page or via The Sporting Motorist newsletter.
2021 Tasmanian Circuit Racing Championship
New date for Baskerville 1000
The planned B1000 events on the weekend of 16/17 October were abandoned due to COVID lockdown in southern Tasmania. The club is now running a new single-day event on Saturday 27 November. Entries have now closed.
HSCC annual awards held at Baskerville during TCRC final round
The HSCC held its annual awards ceremony on then Saturday evening of the final round of the Tasmanian Circuit Racing Championship at Baskerville on 20 November.
The newest and 16th HSCC Life Member, Tony Hudson, was formally presented with his award.
Veteran racer Mick Cross was awarded SportsPerson of the Year, Greg Mays won Clubperson of the Year, Cameron Kuc is the J. Denis Pooley Young Clubperson recipient, Campbell Logan picked up Rookie of the Year, and Michael Vaughan collected the Lyn Archer Award for open-wheel competition.
HSCC Annual General Meeting – 31 August 2021
Long-time HSCC Treasurer and former Race Secretary Tony Hudson was inducted as the newest Life Member of the HSCC at the recent AGM at the Civic Club.
In other changes and additions at the AGM, former committee member Ayrton Richardson became Vice President, replacing the retiring Alex Bird.
Greg Mays is our new Club Captain as well as Race Secretary. He replaced Eddie Wilson who stepped down from both Club Captain and Chairman roles after many years of service.
Melanie Beets joins the committee as Secretary replacing the retiring Deb Hudson, and Krystyna Sutton and Donald Potter join the committee.
The club congratulates Tony and Ayrton; sincerely thanks Eddie, Deb and Alex for their invaluable contributions, and welcomes Melanie, Krystyna and Donald (again!).