1993 Australian Touring Car Championship

The 1993 Australian Touring Car Championship was a CAMS sanctioned Australian motor racing title for Group 3A Touring Cars. The championship, which was the 34th Australian Touring Car Championship, was contested over a nine round series which began on 28 February 1993 at Amaroo Park and ended on 8 August at Oran Park Raceway. Promoted as the Shell Australian Touring Car Championship, it was won by Glenn Seton, driving a Ford EB Falcon, with teammate Alan Jones completing a one-two championship result for Peter Jackson Racing.

1993 marked the first year in which the championship was contested by the new Australian Group 3A Touring Car category which incorporated:

  • 5.0 Litre Touring Cars (later to be known as V8 Supercars)
  • 2.0 Litre Class II Touring Cars (later to be known as Super Touring Cars)
  • Normally aspirated, two wheel drive cars complying with the 1992 CAMS Group 3A regulations (commonly known as Group A cars)

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