EVENT: SAU NSW MotorkhanaLOCATION: Sydney Motorsport Park wet pan.DATE: Sunday July 22nd 2018WHAT IS IT: Motorkhana courses marked with orange things that we'd kindly appreciate if you drove around rather than over.Entry Cost:
Entry is through the SAUNSW online store, entry link is https://saunsw.ecwid.com/#!/SAUNSW-Motorkhana-July-22nd-SMSP-Wet-Pan/p/77640896/category=10151434
SAUNSW members: $70 Entry fee
Entry cost Non SAUNSW members: $85 Entry fee
(If you plan to enter more than 1 or more events with us it pays to be a funded member)Spectators: Free to watchPassengers: $10 which is cheap compared to other clubs and events, (SUPPORTS OUR CLUB!!!) , MUST sign on, MUST wear wrist to neck/ankle clothing with enclosed shoes and approved helmet, same as drivers.
Courses: Released on the day at sign on
First timers: Don't be shy, you'll love it.
Those of you that have been to one of these before will agree, this is the best money you can spend as far as driving time for an event. The event will be run after run until 3.30pm, and considering most runs are under 1 minute AND that we're kicking off at 9am, that's a lot of runs
This is a safe event where you only go as hard as you want to, there's no pressure, one car on a course at a time. Perfect for beginners to have a first try at driving their pride and joy off the streets.
Motorkhana is a low cost way to get involved in motorsport. You can get your first taste of motor sport in your standard road car, but this discipline also caters to the most skilled and experienced of drivers in highly modified or purpose built Motorkhana specials.
The competition is designed to test the acceleration, braking and manoeuvrability of a vehicle and the skill and judgement of the crew members.
A motorkhana may be conducted on a sealed or unsealed surface and involves manoeuvring through tight and twisty tests marked by flags.
Cars will be started individually and there will be one car on course at one time.
With that said, there's usually some friendly competition between mates, which is great to watch SAUNSW Members Championship:
More information can be found in the Championship thread in NSW events section.
This is the 3rd round of the SAUNSW members championship.
Timing for the day:
Scrutineering/sign on starts - 7.00am
Scrutineering/sign on ends - 8.30am (don't show up at 8.25am, come with plenty of time to spare)
Drivers brief - 8.40am (mandatory attendance all drivers)
Runs start - 9.00am
Lunch approx - 12.30pm depending on how the day is going (One hour)
Runs stop - 3.30pm (Approx)
Gates close - 5.00pm
Entrants please note:
-You do not need to own a Skyline, all makes and models are welcome to enter.
-All entrants under 18 years old must have parental permission.
-Passengers must be 15 and over.
-Drivers must be 17 and over.
-All entered cars must arrive in time for and pass scrutineering, no exceptions.
-All drivers must be licensed (CAMS) and show valid licence and expiry date at sign on.
-All cars must have an insurance approved fire extinguisher secured within drivers reach.
-Yes you can join SAUNSW on the day (allow an extra 5mins at sign on)
Regarding your motorsport licence:
CAMS license is required
One of the things that really sets our club apart is our commitment to being true enthusiasts. When on normal roads we strive to maintain good relations with the authorities as well as the public in general.
When attending one of Skylines Australia NSW events please try to:
* Be aware of surrounding environment and act accordingly.
* Drive courteously on the state’s roads as a true enthusiast should.
* Understand how important it is to maintain the good name of SAUNSW and thus, treat others accordingly.
* Any misbehaviour will not be tolerated and you will be asked to leave.
*** Details may change. check back regularly.
*** On the day please bring your Motorsport license as we need to visually see it, We will have you fill out an entry form and waiver form on the day.
Any questions just ask.