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Renew Trackday - Eastern Creek South Circuit - December 1


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RENEW's final track day for 2012 is happening at Sydney motorsport park (Eastern Creek) on the 1st of December, on the new South circuit.

Limited numbers, low track density, Passenger sessions and heaps and heaps of fun. Driver tuition is available for all first timers.

Details & entry forms are available at http://rotaryenthusiasts.com/

Hope to see you all there, spectators are free, members $250, non members $290 (CAMS LS2 Licence required), Passengers need to get a $30 wrist band to ride all day in any of your mates cars during the passenger sessions

This is a good chance for anyone who's still keen after the SAU nationals to get another fix at a local venue. All cars welcome and first timers encouraged as always.

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I've found out that AASA club licenses are ok for this event but can't modify the post above. It's important that people organise the license before the event, unlike Wakefield Park licenses arent available on the day at SMSP.

That means that if you've got a AASA license from the nationals event you're good to go.

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  • 2 weeks later...

We're only 50% full for the upcoming trackday at Eastern Creek. What does that mean for you? Firstly HEAPS of quality track time - less cars means more clean laps and PBs. It also means you've still got time to send your entry in but act quick entries will close mid week (exact date TBC).

As for another series I really enjoyed the SAU v RENEW events and we're open to sharing days with other clubs but have nothing planned around that as yet. Around the last events there was a lot of discussion on here about timed events vs running untimed with passengers all day amongst other things so thats something SAU NSW needs to discuss internally first if something like that were to happen again. If both clubs (and this isnt specific to RENEW) arent on the same page the result wont be what it could have been.

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We will now accept entries on Friday or on the morning of the event but to do so you need to contact me (Chris) directly via phone or SMS on 0410313104 to arrange your payment and confirm a position.

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Thanks to everyone that came out to the track yesterday. We had a bit of rain and blistering temps but the day went well especially for our first time on a new track. Was good to see the stag out there having a good time but would have liked to see a few skylines too. We'll be posting up pics on our facebook page http://www.facebook.com/renewrotary If anyone took their own pics please feel free to share on the page or comment with the link.

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