About Us

Roll Racing is the latest form of car event to hit Australia, catering for the recreational motorsport customer who likes to drive their car fast and have fun in a safe and controlled environment without the fear of being prosecuted for illegal activities on the street. Events are run in time frames that suit the modern lifestyle, 4 to 6 hour events with a focus on entertainment and a bang for buck experience.

The concept is that you race another vehicle from a rolling start of around 40klms/hr. Once the lights turn from amber to green you race along the straight to the finish line about 250mtrs away to see who has the quickest car. Then you can return to the marshalling area and race someone else and keep going all night.

The secret to Roll Racing is not to have the most Horsepower, biggest tyre or fattest wallet (although all those things help). It’s to have a well set up car that can get the power to the ground and use it correctly. At our events around the country some of the quickest cars there have been 400hp Corolla’s, 500hp Rotories and Nissan GTRs which were all extremely well set up street cars that they drive to Roll Racing and drive home, true street cars! Roll Racing is open to all types of vehicles from domestics, imports and exotic cars all battling it out under lights to see who really has a fast car.

The track opens at 6.30pm and we run an open track where you can keep coming back and lining up with someone else to have another run. Towards the end of the night (approximately 9.30pm) we will run an eliminator to see which car is the fastest on the night, we then invite the 2 cars from the final back for the next event where they will receive a FREE VIP entry.  Where possible they will be given the 1st and 2nd garages so everyone knows they are the ones to beat.

All spectators over 18 are able to participate in the event by riding as a passenger during races.

Roll Racing entries are limited to 150 at Sydney, 130 at Adelaide and 100 at Perth per event to ensure that everyone gets as many runs as possible.

The first Roll Racing events were held in Australia in 2016. Roll Racing Australia hosts over 35 events per year all around the country and they have proven to be the most popular regular events held at these tracks.