This weekend it is Australia's turn to roll the clock forward an hour and kick off Daylight Savings for the Summer months. The clocks move forward from 2am Sunday morning (03/10/2021) Race timing is affected for some members, so please read below to find out how Daylight Savings affects you. Daylight Savings Observed - Australia: No Change.

We base our server timings on Sydney, so there is no change for anyone living in a state/area of Australia that observes Daylight Savings. Server will be live for Practice at 6pm AEDT with Qualification and Racing starting from 7pm AEDT.

Daylight Savings NOT Observed - Australia:

Start 1 Hour EARLIER. States/areas of Australia that do NOT observe daylight savings will start 1 hour EARLIER on the clock for Sunday night racing with Practice going live at 5pm AEST and Qualification and Racing starting from 6pm AEST. New Zealand: NZ returns to regular timings for Sunday night racing. The server is live for Practice from 8pm NZDT and Qualification and Racing start from 9pm NZDT.


New Zealand kicks off Daylight Savings from 02:00am Sunday morning (tonight), pushing the clocks forward by an hour.


This will affect race start times for some drivers.


New Zealand: Racing will start 1 hour LATER than usual. The server will be live from 09:00pm, with Qualification and Racing starting at 10:00pm.


Australia: NO CHANGE. The server is live from the normal time of 06:00pm AEST, with Qualification and Racing starting at 07:00pm AEST.


If you require any clarification, please tag an @Admin in the Discord chat.


Happy New Year from everyone at OZNZ Gaming!


While we're all glad that 2020 is behind us, here at OZNZ we're just excited to get going on another year of Sim Racing!


This coming Sunday the 10th of January we jump back in the saddle after a 4 week break from Sunday Night league racing.

The OZNZ Sim Racing G3 Trans-Tasman Challenge sees the year start with a 6 round, 12 race series in the Guerilla Mods Chevrolet Camaro GT4 and Ford Mustang GT4 at some of our favourite Australian and New Zealand circuits.


Drivers will not only be competing for Individual points in the Drivers Standings, but will also be earning points in the Team Standings for Australia or New Zealand.

The Aussies took out the Trophy in the first Trans-Tasman Challenge in 2018, can the Kiwis make it one-all in 2021?


Drivers must register for the series to ensure there is a car assigned on the Server. If you are interested in registering for the series, please visit the Assetto Corsa page and click the Driver Registration button in the series overview.

If you are submitting a custom livery for the series, they must be submitted by Friday the 8th of January.


Happy New Year and we wish you the best of luck on and off the track!