The Series

The 2020 USQ Qld HPV Super Series will consist of eight events across Queensland. The series is for single seat, school entered, racing HPVs only, which comply with the Queensland Human Powered Vehicle Specifications.

To be eligible for Series points, teams must register for the series and pay a nominal fee. The fee includes one set of race numbers for the year, and entry into the championship. All teams are encouraged to compete in at least two of the shorter course races and at least one of the endurance races.

There are four short sprint courses and four endurances courses in the series. Any combination of these courses to make up two short and one enduro is acceptable. Teams are encouraged to do as many events as you wish, as only your best 3 tops scores will contribute to your team’s points tally however a bonus point is added to your teams tally for every course your team attends.

2020 Events

Round 1

TOOWOOMBA ENDURO

Race Type: 16 Hour Event
Date: Saturday, 2 May & Sunday 3 May 2020 
Location: Peter Watts Criterium Track.

 

Round 2

BHP Whitsunday Stem Challenge HPV Race

Race Type: 18 Hour Event
Date: Saturday, 13 June & Sunday, 14 June 2020
Location: Palmyra Dragway

Round 3

CENTRAL HIGHLANDS TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGE

Race Type: 16 Hour Event
Date: Saturday, 18 July & Sunday, 19 July 2020
Location: Emerald Kart Track.

Cost: Free

Round 4

WILLOWBANK RACQ
PEDAL PRIX

Race Type: 4 Hour Junior Race / 8 Hour Senior Race
Date: Thursday, 30 July & Friday, 31 July 2020
Location: Willowbank Raceway.

 

Round 5

Central QUEENSLAND
HPV Driver Challenge

Race Type: 8 Hour Event
Date: Saturday, 15 August 2020 from 08:00 – 16:00
Location: Benaraby Driver Education Facility. 

Round 6

FRASER COAST
TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGE

Race Type: 24 Hour Event
Date: Friday, 11 September to Sunday, 13 September 2020
Location: Maryborough Street Circuit.

Round 7

Bundaberg HPV Super Sprint

Race Type: 8 Hour Twilight Event
Date: Saturday, 24 October 2020
Location: Bundaberg Kart Club – Dromeside Raceway.

 

 

Latest News

With every sporting event on hold with no estimated date of starting again, we are still planning for some races later this year.

At the moment, the Bundaberg race in October is still being planned and now the Mackay race organisers have informed us that they have changed the date for their event to the 14th and 15th of November. Yes this is late in the season and they understand that the seniors will not be able to attend but its better then not having an extra race for the year.

The Series Web site will be changed and updated as soon as the ban on sporting events has been lifted. Hopefuly in the next few months. After this, we will be speaking with all race coordinators to see if we can still run a HPV series for 2020 or just some individual events.

Stay healthy and keep training, but by yourself and not in groups OK.
... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

Chloe jarrett

Debra Johnson

Rianna Holmes Jaimie Hamilton 😞

QLD HPV Super Series is on hold until the Government removes the restrictions for sporting events. No registrations or fees will be taken until further notice. We are all still very keen to see a few events go through for this year. When the all clear is given, then I will be asking for teams to register and a revised racing calender will be published. A revised points sytem for the series will be looked at as well.

Additionally, the release of the ALL NEW "HPV Rally Racing Australia" concept event and vehicles will be postponed for at least a further 6 to 8 months. Looking to start this exciting new sport in 2021 or 22, depending on government restrictions. I will, however start releasing some small bits of information about this new version of HPV racing over the coming months just to keep you interested and give you something to think about while you are self isolating. All questions to gcsmi1@eq.edu.au.

Stay safe and healthy, and I look forward to seeing all of you at a race track in the near future. ( I hope).
... See MoreSee Less

QLD HPV Super Series is on hold until the Government removes the restrictions for sporting events. No registrations or fees will be taken until further notice. We are all still very keen to see a few events go through for this year. When the all clear is given, then I will be asking for teams to register and a revised racing calender will be published. A revised points sytem for the series will be looked at as well. 

Additionally, the release of the ALL NEW HPV Rally Racing Australia concept event and vehicles will be postponed for at least a further 6 to 8 months. Looking to start this exciting new sport in 2021 or 22, depending on government restrictions. I will, however start releasing some small bits of information about this new version of HPV racing over the coming months just to keep you interested and give you something to think about while you are self isolating. All questions to gcsmi1@eq.edu.au. 

Stay safe and healthy, and I look forward to seeing all of you at a race track in the near future. ( I hope).

 

Comment on Facebook

Unfortunate but necessary. Tell us more about this rally racing concept please

Latest News. Toowoomba event is postponed until further notice.
The Qld Super Series is still hopeful to provide 7 races this year. We are looking at available date. Until the government removes the current restrictions however we are all waiting to see. Updates will be posted as they occur.
... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

Debra Johnson

Oscar Pont

Luke Sands

Daniel Singleton

Mathew Donaldson

Brett Chay Tamara Chay

Koen Daniel

+ View more comments

Toowoomba fast approaches.
By now you should have submitted your entry forms for the Toowoomba event. It is promising to be an exciting event by the look of the teams that have entered already. The first batch of Super Series Racing stickers will be going out soon. Don't leave your registrastions too late. Students, chase up your team managers to make sure your team is ready to go before you miss out on the action.

The new self scrutineering forms will be posted on the sites by this weekend. Happy planning and we look forward to hearing from you all soon.
... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

Debra Johnson

Breaking News....

The Yeppoon event will not being going ahead this year, due to unforeseen circumstances. The Yeppoon race coordinator and race committee appologies for the late notice. Plans for future races in the Yeppoon/Rockhampton region in 2021 are still looking good.
... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

Heard something about this a while ago. It is such a long way for us.

Debra Johnson

Paul Hand did you see this?

Load more

Contact