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Tony Olsson

Sau Vic 2016 Events Calendar

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Generally about $200 for a Sandown day, maybe $230 for a PI?

We often don't actually run all of the rounds in our championship, some of the rounds we join other clubs on their days.

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So I hate to be "that" guy

so we have a date for foresite in July.

got a couple free weekend so trying to keep them free for skids.

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Is there a website for sandown just for general practice days. Sorry for the dumb question with mallala down here they have general practice days go there pay ya $110 entry and go play around does sandown do days like that?

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Nope, our days are pretty much the cheapest sprint / practice days

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Winton offers Friday cheap test and tune says but it's miles away

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Hi All - a nice mid winter cruise - weather dependent - sounds enticing to me. Any interest from others? I'm not fussy about a route as long as it's out of town - the cruise up to Kinglake and back is not bad and doesn't take all day either.

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As long as you don't get stuck behind the sportsbikes.....

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We have been having cruises every other month for our monthly meets this year. Keep a look out for one coming up, next one is in July, there may be a cruise before then though :)

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any planned dates for the July motorkhana?

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Hello,

I'm a new member and would like to know what the requirements are to attend a track day, such as Winton?

In the past I have needed a helmet, is this still the case and are there any other requirements?

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Hello,

I'm a new member and would like to know what the requirements are to attend a track day, such as Winton?

In the past I have needed a helmet, is this still the case and are there any other requirements?

I actually just saw the thread track day requirements. Apologies

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All good Andy. Hope to see you on track soon :)

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any planned dates for the July motorkhana?

We will be releasing details in the next few days :)

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Did anything come from the suggestion of a drag day earlier?

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Im interested in doing the motorkhana day in Nov, regs says cars need to be roadworthy. I assume that doesn't exclude dedicated track cars? engine swap, no door cards etc. ok for this event?

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Im interested in doing the motorkhana day in Nov, regs says cars need to be roadworthy. I assume that doesn't exclude dedicated track cars? engine swap, no door cards etc. ok for this event?


See if you can view supp regs for a previous event.
Scrutinteering basically checks helmet & seat for Australian standards sticker, checking fire extinguisher is within date, checking seat belts/harness, and making sure nothing is going to fly around inside the car or is not properly fastened in the engine bay.
"Roadworthy condition" is sort of like a blanket statement for saying the car meets basic safety requirements.
But yeah, unregistered cars are allowed.

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20 hours ago, Leroy Peterson said:


See if you can view supp regs for a previous event.
Scrutinteering basically checks helmet & seat for Australian standards sticker, checking fire extinguisher is within date, checking seat belts/harness, and making sure nothing is going to fly around inside the car or is not properly fastened in the engine bay.
"Roadworthy condition" is sort of like a blanket statement for saying the car meets basic safety requirements.
But yeah, unregistered cars are allowed.

champion, thanks.

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Did not see a GOR run mentioned anytime during 2016 , was there one late 2015 or is that run off the agenda for some reason?  I am not rejoining so would that be a problem anyway as I remember we used to do Members only and Open runs also.

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