The W.A. Sporting Car Club is the longest established motor sport Club in the State and the senior Club promoting motor racing in Australia. The history of the Club can be traced back to 1927 and the WASCC has been involved in the administration of WA motor sport ever since.
Today the WASCC promotes eight to ten race meetings per year, with the highlight of each season being the WA Round of the V8 Supercar Series. This is undoubtedly one of the biggest sporting events in Western Australia, with around fifty thousand spectator's trackside over the 3 days and a national live television audience in the millions.
The WA Sporting Car Club is a not for profit organisation, which requires all funds generated by club activities to be reinvested in club activities and facilities. Its main aim is to both enhance and continue its role as the leading promoter and organiser of CAMS sanctioned Motorsport in Western Australia.