Australian Production Cars LIVE

Live motorsport from Sydney Motorsport Park with the Australian Production Cars, TA2 Racing, Radical Australia and the NSW Production Sports Car Championship.



Blend Line TV Live Episode 2

If you missed Blend Line TV Live Episode 2 don’t worry, you can watch the whole show as broadcast live here:
Don’t forget, we’re live every wednesday night at 8pm with a wrap of Australian Motorsport. 
This week on BLEND LINE TV live.
We catch up with Dean Chapman at Wakefield Park to chat about motorsport and the circuits plans for the future.
Along with that we’ll review the NSW Motor Racing Championships opening round featuring NSW Sports Sedans HQ Racing NSW and Production Touring Cars, including interviews with competitors and race highlights.
We’ll then take a look at what is coming up this weekend with TA2 Racing, Prodsports NSW, Radical Australia and Australian Production Cars hitting the track at SMSP. With the Victorian Rally Championship kicking off this weekend at Mitta Mitta we’ll also take a look at what to expect from the weekend.
So make sure to tune in Wednesday night at 8pm for all the latest.

Blend Line TV LIVE Episode 1

Join the Blend Line TV team live in the studio as we preview the opening weekend of the NSW State Motor Racing Championships, have a chat to defending NSW Sports Sedans Champion Steve Lacey and look at some of the news from Australian Motorsport.

This is the first show of our weekly Motorsport broadcast from Blend Line TV where we will get the latest news, in depth car features and interviews as well as event previews and reviews for events around Australia. With the live chat feature of both Facebook and YouTube, we encourage you to join in, let us know your thoughts and perhaps share some insight from more motorsport events around the world.

Link to episode 1 below:



There’s just 38 days until the MRF Tyre’s Sydney 360, the opening round of the 2019 MRF Tyres Australian Production Car Championship.


The event at Sydney Motorsport Park will also play host to rounds of the Australian Radical Cup, TA2 Racing Championship and NSW ProdSports Endurance Championship after their season openers at Bathurst supporting the Bathurst 12hour.

In 2018 the Australian Production Car Championship went down the wire, with multiple pairings able to take home the crown on the final day of racing. Ultimately, in a day of high drama at Phillip Island it was the combination of Pollicina and Simpson who took title honors in their MoComm Motorsports Communications Lotus Exige.

It was a battle of the Lotus at the final round in 2018. One that looks set to continue throughout the 2019 season.

After a thrilling end to the 2018 season at SMSP, Radical Australia cup will return to the Western Sydney venue for the first of two hit-outs in season 2019. While the championship will see its opening round at Bathurst, there’s no doubt that endurance racing at Sydney will throw up its own surprises as Kim Burke seeks to defend his maiden crown.

Joining the program for the SMSP round will be the TA2 Racing Championship. As TransAm continues to grow in Australia they return to Sydney Motorsport Park after Ashley Jarvis secured the title at the venue in 2018. With a strong field lead by the likes of Aaron Seton, George Miedecke and Hugh McAlister, there is no doubt that racing will be as intense as ever.


Added to this lineup will also be the NSW Production Sports Car Championship for the first round of their 2019 season and the all new Endurance Championship for 2019.  We’ve seen a lot of great racing from NSW ProdSports on Blend Line TV in previous seasons, with grid sizes swelling across 2018 for their mixture of sprint and endurance races. No doubt the opening round will produce some great racing with Sydney Motorsport Park lending itself to great battles between horsepower and handling in all divisions.

You’ll be able to see every race of the weekend live here on Blend Line TV, as well as on YouTube, with plenty of social media clips to keep you entertained as well. So make sure to tune in so you don’t miss a moment of action at what is set to be a huge weekend of  motorsport.

Until then, relieve some Australian Production Car, Australian Prototype Series and NSW Production Sports Car Championship 2018 race coverage below:








As we look back on a busy 2018 season for Blend Line TV coverage, we thought it would be interesting to take a look at the most watched battle video coverage across the year.
Below are the top 5 viewed videos on YouTube featuring coverage of battles from Blend Line TV.

Paul Boschert Corvette Z06 battling Joe Said in the Fiat 20B coupe.


Brad Shiels in the 20B Fiat vs Simon Copping’s V8 Supercar


2017 IPRA Nationals Final, closing laps scrap:


Mini Vs Mustang:


Jordan Cox VS Jason Hendy:



2018 HQ Holden 4 Hour

The 2018 HQ Holden 4 Hour saw 25 teams take to the grid for the traditional season ending endurance race. Split into twin two hour segments across a weekend, this event always provides plenty of track time.


After individual qualifying sessions for Driver A and B drivers,  a top ten shootout for pole was used again in 2018. This served to jumble the field further with Ryan Woods putting the #87 Glen McDonald/Reddy Roasts Car on pole, the midday heat seeing times increase from the morning session.

Four hours of hard racing lay ahead in incredibly hot conditions and Blend Line TV was there to capture all of the action. Enjoy below either the condensed hour of highlights from the weekend, or sit back and enjoy the full four hours of raw racing footage.

The 2018 HQ Holden 4 Hour is proudly supported by Specco VHT and Furntree Gully Motor Group.


2018 HQ 4 HOUR PART 1

2018 HQ 4 HOUR PART 2





Heritage Touring Cars

The Heritage Touring cars take us back to some of the best days of Australian motorsport. With true diversity of cars, iconic liveries and some brilliant drives piloting the vehicles.
Since 2015 Blend Line TV has been lucky enough to capture a portion of their races, take a look back at events from Phillip Island, Bathurst and SMSP.

Phillip Island 2016

Bathurst 2015

SMSP 2016

SMSP 2016

SMSP 2017

SMSP 2017

SMSP 2018

HQ 4 Hour & Excels Endurance

This weekend it’s the final weekend of racing for the HQ Holdens and Hyundai Excels with the pair of categories undertaking a weekend of endurance at Winton Motor Raceway.

The traditional HQ Holden 4 Hour will be held over two segments, with the first two hours being held late Saturday afternoon, before the run to the flag on Sunday. With expected warm weather it will no doubt be a tough weekend of racing for the HQs, with driver changes and a mandatory wheel change set to bring the teams into the race equation as well.

Joining the HQs the Hyundai Excels will see a large field of cars take to Winton across the weekend with a pair of 90 minute endurance races. Each race will have it’s own qualifying and Top Ten shootout in the morning, no doubt mixing up the order of each race.

We’ll have all the highlights from both events coming soon on Blend Line TV and plenty of social media updates across the weekend.

Schedule of Events: 


9:05AM – Qualifying Driver A Excels

9:35AM – Qualifying Driver A HQ Holdens

10:05AM – Qualifying Super Minis

10:30AM – Qualifying Driver B Excels

10:55AM – Qualifying Driver B HQ Holdens

11:25AM – Race 1 Super Minis

11:45AM – Top Ten Shootout Excels

12:10PM – Top Ten Shootout HQ Holdens

1:00PM – Race 2 Super Minis

1:20PM – Race 1 Excels

3:00PM – Part 1 HQ Holden 4 Hour


9:00AM – Race 3 Super Minis

9:25AM – Qualifying Driver A Excels

9:50AM – Warmup HQ Holdens

10:15AM – Qualifying Driver B Excels

10:45AM – Race 4 Super Minis

11:05AM – Top Ten Shootout Excels

11:30AM – LUNCH

12:00PM – Part 2 HQ Holden 4 Hour

2:10PM – Race 5 Super Minis

2:30PM – Race 2 Excels


HQ Holden Entries:

3. D.Ling / S. Ling

8. R. Jardine / P. Bekkers

9. M. Lindscott / K. Wright

15. A. Ivers / P. Aitken

16. J. Heinrich / B. Heinrich

24. D. Smith / W. King

29. D. Lines / S. Godding

33. G. Bond / C. Griffin

35. J. Bekkers / A. Lawton

40. D. Jenkins / D. Crouch

43. G. Holdsworth / B. Holdsworth

51. J. Baxter / B. Osborn

53. B. Potts / W. Potts

57. J. Flett / A. McMasters

60. P. Brown / R. Kines

63. A. Nickolas / E. Babour

69. B. Woods / E. Woods

75. A. Magilton / M. Magilton

76. S. Banks / G. Ross

77. R. Whyte / M. Fitzgerald

81. N. Corey / P. Holmes

82. A. McLeod / R. Raatjes

85. G. Francis / T. Francis

87. G. McDonald / R. Woods


Excel Entries:

1. C.Wilson / B. Bargwanna

4. D. Innes / M. Thewlis

9. A. Price / J. Agosta

10. N. Blight / N. Blight

14. G. Slade / M. Dohnt

17. M. McGarry / J. McGarry

21. B. Hamilton / M. Hamilton

23. M. Telfer / A. Macrow

24. R. Dowel / B. Avard

26. K. Lehmann / G. Phillips

27. D. Cooper / G. McPherson

30. M. Jeffs / D. Field

31. C. Featherstone / T. Brinsley

36. N. Bell / G. Stubbs

37. C. Webster/ T. Pope

38. M. Bink / D. Musgrave

40. J. Agosta / C. Agosta

42. T. Jeffs / D. Sharp

44. J. Sinni / P. Sinni

47. D. Webster/ C. Christie

48. N. Skelton / J. Robotham

50. M. Horne / D. Horne

51. M. Fraser / M. Fraser

53. A. Wassing / J. Dean

54. P. Breust / W. Longmore

61. B. James / N. Schembri

62. P. Van Waart / M. Gray

75. B. Crossland / J. Martin

81. J. Kay / L. Irving

83. A. Bywater / A. Cameron

87. K. Cook / S. Appledore

90. M. Seymour / D. Lowe

96. D. Page / B. Page

911. M. Pesavento / J. Pesavento