A truly spectacular highlight of Meguiar’s MotorEx is the Meguiar’s Superstars championship. It’s where you’ll find the undisputed, heavyweight champions of the automotive scene! Meguiar’s Superstars recognises and rewards the supreme craftsmanship and build quality found at the absolute top level of customisation, with only the very best vehicles accepted to compete.

Within Meguiar’s Superstars there are three categories: Meguiar’s Superstars Open, Meguiar’s Superstars Super Six and Meguiar’s Superstars Grand Master. All Meguiar’s Superstars contestants are eligible to compete for the Superstars Open Champion Awards (see Entrant Info). While competitors must pre-qualify (via one of the lead-up events listed on the Entrants page) to become a Finalist and to be eligible to compete for the Meguiar’s Superstars Super Six and Meguiar’s Superstars Grand Master awards.

The Meguiar’s Super Six represents the top six, point-scoring Finalists, while the Grand Master is the top overall Finalist. This makes the Meguiar’s Superstars Grand Master the highest accolade on offer at MotorEx and the most sought after modified car award in the country. Competition is fierce, with car builders pulling out all the stops and constantly pushing the boundaries to have a shot at winning the coveted 600mm tall, 18kg, masterpiece billet trophy and accompanying $10,000 cash prize.

2016 Meguiar’s Superstars Qualifiers


Malcolm Apps – 1959 FC Holden. Read more…


Steve Hopes – 1968 Chev Camaro. Read more…


Benny Sorrenti – 1934 Ford Coupe


Gerardo Mediati – 1969 Fiat Abarth


Matthew Capobianco – 1955 Silver FJ Holden Coupe


Graeme Urquhart – 1940 Ford Cabriolet


Robert Gallo – 1978 Ford XC Falcon Coupe


Greg & Julie Holmes – 1970 Plymouth Barracuda

Bob Ellis – 1941 Willys

Prescilla Gallo – 1934 Ford Coupe

Tony Wilson – 1932 Ford Tudor

Peter Elliot – 1934 Ford Tudor

Michael Ellard – 1992 Holden Rodeo

Glen Profilio – 1959 Holden FC Ute

Denis Deane – 1962 Pontiac Laurentian

Jeremy & Sue Burnett – 1955 Ford F100