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Speed Off The Streets - March 9 - Wakefield Park - $150 Entry


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The Rotary Enthusists of NSW (RENEW) have some track days booked this year and would like to invite members of this forum to enter. The first event is at Wakefield Park on the 9th of March.

Our days are run as a track day, not a supersprint, and focus on maximum track time and therefore the maximum opportunity to improve driving skills. All our trackdays have timing included in the entry fee and results go on Natsoft. We limit the entries to four speed groups with a maximum of 12 cars per group. This is not a free for all with oversubscribed entries and that means more clean laps and making the most of your track time. We always have a broad variety of cars at our events, not just rotaries, and the mood of the days are always relaxed and friendly.

The speed groups are carefully monitored and regularly re-assessed throughout the day to keep it safe and enjoyable. There are a number of untimmed sessions in the day so drivers can take an instructor along with them to fine tune their driving. One of our members found a five second improvement after just one instructor session - and his case is not unusual.

We always welcome people with interesting cars and the right attitude including first timers. We will have the link to the entry form up in a few days. Hope you can make it.

**Title changed as no longer a Renew Track day - See further down for info from gregor** -

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Sorry for the late response, had some issues getting the form up on our site. I've attached it here for now.

Entry cost is $250 for members, $290 for non members. Fire extinguisher is mandatory for all entrants.

All welcome, even the wasteland's most prolific trolls :cheers:

WP_entry_form_9th_March_2013.pdf

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  • 2 weeks later...

Due to an underwhelming number of entries this event will now be run as a speed off the streets day by Wakefield Park. Entry cost is $150, rock up and pay on the day. Fire extinguishers are no longer mandatory as per other speed off the street events.

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