based Peter McLeod's consistent run over the series which saw him score
points in all but the Castrol 400 at Sandown, won his first (and only)
touring car championship driving his Slick 50 sponsored Mazda RX-7.
Second was the JPS Team BMW 635 CSi of triple Bathurst 1000 winner Jim
Richards, with Nissan Motorsport driver George Fury third in his
Fury, who won the opening two rounds of the series, and the Holden Dealer Team's star driver Peter Brock, who won the James Hardie 1000 at Bathurst and the final round in Adelaide, were the only multiple winners in the 1983 AEC (though Brock received no points from his Bathurst win due to it being in the teams second car and not his nominated one, also surprisingly one of his co-drivers, Larry Perkins, did receive points for the win). The other winners were 1983 ATCC winner Allan Moffat who drove his RX-7 to victory in the Castrol 400, and Allan Grice who drove his Roadways Commodore to victory at Surfers Paradise. (Wikipedia)