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Today in Rockhampton, Summernats in conjunction with Rockhampton Regional Council announced the creation of a brand new car festival called ROCKYNATS. The first event will take place in June 26-28, 2020. The Street Machine Summernats remains in Canberra, but we're bringing the noise to Central Queensland for this awesome new horsepower party.

Tyres will burn, street drags will take over the city, and drifting champs will send it sideways at the greatest horsepower party Rockhampton has ever seen.

“The Summernats crew is pumped about working with the Rockhampton Regional Council team. The car scene in Central Queensland is strong and passionate, and ROCKYNATS will give this great community a new place to race, show off, and party.

When you look at the program, there’s plenty of reasons for entrants to bring their cars from around QLD and all over Australia to Rockhampton. Street Drags are unique to ROCKYNATS and the burnout competition will be a qualifying event to the Summernats Burnout Masters. There's drifting by the river, a Street Parade, and a massive show and shine in the awesome Quay Street precinct, so ROCKYNATS has all the ingredients to be a long term success on the national car festival calendar alongside Summernats and Red CentreNATS.

ROCKYNATS will also prove to be a huge boost to the regional economy.

“According to a recent ACT Government economic impact report, the Summernats brings over $28M to the ACT economy in four days plus a further $3.5m spent on automotive products in Canberra getting ready for the show.

"Much like Red CentreNATS, which has proactive and proportional support from the NT Government, ROCKYNATS has the backing of a visionary, ‘get-it-done’ Rockhampton Council. We’re confident ROCKYNATS will bring direct economic impact to the region immediately and long term.

"We’ve talked with industry partners and high profile competitors about ROCKYNATS in the lead up to today’s announcement, and it’s fair to say there’s a lot of excitement out there. The cars are coming.”

Street Drags, Burnout Masters, Drifting, Show and Shine, Cruising, and the Street Parade will be the main events of the 2020 festival, with other program elements still in development. The event will take over Quay Street, and the riverside on both the north and south side of Rockhampton, making it a walkable and easily accessible event for all motor enthusiasts.

ROCKYNATS, June 26-28, 2020, is proudly presented by Rockhampton Regional Council in association with Summernats. Like the Facebook page to stay in the loop on event details.



The Street Machine Summernats 32 official premiere is coming to your TV screen April 20 on Discovery - giving the Summernats the chance to go not just around Australia, but also to New Zealand, the Pacific and Asia! Book the couch, get the gang around, stock the fridge and lock the big screen on Discovery from 8.30pm AEST.

And in case you miss it, the show will be rebroadcast in full on the 21st, 22nd and 27th of April, with one-hour burnout and highlights packages airing at multiple times on the 24th, 25th and 26th.

Want to be part of the action at Nats 33? There's still time to score early-bird tickets at the link below. Don't forget to grab your camping passes, too!



Massive news for would-be Burnout Masters qualifiers with the announcement that Tropical Meltdown Cairns will have three Summernats Burnout Masters qualifying tickets on offer when competitors hit the Springmount Raceway pad on July 26 and 27 this year.

Tropical Meltdown has been a mainstay of the Burnout Masters qualifying series for a number of years, and as the standard of competition has grown to a truly epic level, so too has the quality of Burnout Masters qualifier it produces.

Want to see the world's best burnout drivers and cars in the one place? There's still time to grab your Street Machine Summernats Platinum or Season Pass at the earlybird price. Click the link below and we'll see you in Canberra, January 2-5, 2020!


C10 OUT OF 10!

Summernats brings the best custom cars that Australia has to offer out to play, and Wayne’s gorgeous ’68 Chevy C10 is no exception. This perfect blue C10 has the beefy 6.2L Supercharged LSA up front and is sitting pretty on Ace-Air suspension. Catch this beautiful ride cruising Street Machine’s SUMMERNATS 33, January 2-5, 2020!


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