The Holden Nationals is back for 2019 with a sell-out list of seriously tough lions.
THE annual Holden Nationals returns to Heathcote Park Raceway in Victoria on 6 April 2019, and promises to be the biggest yet, with a sell-out 171 cars already entered for the day's racing.
The Nationals is the brainchild of Todd Foley, who knew there'd be a demand for the 2019 running of his rapidly growing event: 'I knew we'd get plenty of support, as people were busting my balls for the entry info for it,' he said.
'We opened entries on Monday and they were sold by Saturday; last year it took two months to sell out of spots.'
As in previous years, the racing format is dial-your-own, with the traditional three practice runs for drivers to pick a dial-in time. From there it's on to the elimination rounds, with the racer who strays the furthest from their dial-in in each round getting knocked out and the last person standing the winner.