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SAUNSW 2018 Track day GP Circuit


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Okay, so here are the details:

DATE: Monday 11th June 2018 (Public Holiday)

WHERE: Sydney Motor Sport Park - GP


6:00: Gates open

7:00 - 7:20: Drivers sign on - all drivers report to the main desk in control room next to the pit garages bring your licences with you

7.20am - 8:15am Scruitineering, if you're late you need to wait until the day has started so the rest of the group isn't held up.

8:30/45 Drivers briefing at the end of pit lane.

9:00 - Group format beings, this will be run in an alternating timed/ un-timed format. This format allows for passengers/driver training in the un-timed sessions.


Entry is through our online store, link has been added below. 

Entry link: https://saunsw.ecwid.com/#!/SAUNSW-GP-circuit-Trackday-Monday-11-June-2018/p/101073457/category=10151434

Members Entry: $295

Non-Members Entry: $345 (Includes 1 years SAUNSW membership.)

Special Merchandise Bundle: $50 (Pickup on day of event, Pre-ordered with Entry, Cut off date for Bundle order will be May 18th)


The merchandise bundle will consist of:

  • Long sleeve track shirt 
  • New SAU keychain 
  • New SAU lanyard 
  • New SAU sticker 


Please Note there will be no refunds, unless event is sold out and there are reserves available.

Entries can be swapped, but written advice to be provided by entrants that this is the case, check with an SAUNSW executive if unsure.

This will be Round 2 of the SAUNSW Members Championship. 

Link for Membership info: http://www.sau.com.au/forums/topic/457457-s-a-u-n-s-w-club-membership/

We have some special deals for other clubs that want to join our days with multiple entries. Contact us for more details. 


Price: $10 Must be over 15 years and if under 18 years have parent or guardian permission. All Passengers must have full head to toe clothing and an approved helmet. This will be checked prior to payment once cleared you will be issued with a wristband and allowed out in un-timed sessions. Passengers must also sign a waiver.


CAMS L2S or Higher

Motorsport licence and current club membership card must be shown on the day at the sign in desk.

How the day runs:

If you've never driven on a track before and want someone experienced to give you instruction and help with how to drive better, faster or safer, or even if you've done a couple of track days and just want to ask some questions (no matter how silly they may seem), we have this at no extra charge available throughout the day.

Firstly, when you arrive at the track, find a place to park and empty all loose objects out of the car. Ensure there's nothing loose in the engine bay and that there are no leaks, that your brake lights work and you have all your wheel nuts on and have tightened your sump plug etc. Next step is to go to the office and sign on for the day, take your licence with you and you will be given a scruitineering sheet. Once you receive that, it's time to drive your car to the scruitineering shed, it's the only building right next to the parking.

Your car will be checked to make sure it's safe to go on the track, and it will then be assigned a number which is your number for the day.

Once you've done all that, it's now time to wait for the drivers' briefing to begin (which will be announced on the loud speakers throughout the pits, and starts at 8.30am sharp).

Once the drivers' briefing is over, all the drivers are split into groups based on experience so that everyone is comfortable in their group. One group is then allowed on the track at a time for evenly-timed sessions. Once one group comes off, another goes on. This repeats until the end of the day with a short break around lunch so officials and helpers can get some food and drinks. Groups are small to ensure we have lots of space on the track. Groupings will be based on previous lap times and experience

That's basically it!

Please note there will be no refunds unless the event is sold out and there are reserves

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 and current membership card as we need to visually see it.

Supplementary Regulations.

SAUNSW_Supp Regs_2018 SMSP GP_Rev 04_16052018.pdf

SAUNSW_Further Regs 01_2018 SMSP GP_Rev 01_03062018.pdf

SAUNSW_Further Regs 02_2018 SMSP GP_Rev 01_03062018.pdf

SAUNSW_Further Regs 03_2018 SMSP GP_Rev 01_03062018.pdf

2017_Vehicle Legal Owners Declaration.pdf

SAUNSW_GP Entry Form_Rev 01_08052018.pdf




Any Questions Just ask

See you at the Track

Edited by crashdown
Supp Regs and Forms added.
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Entry List.

1. B. Martin (C)

2. X. Wu (C)

3. D. Samo (TBC)

4. M. Miller (C)

5. L. Thio (C)

6. P. Francisco (C)

7. N. Nilsen (C)

8. M. Tam (C)

9. A. James (C)

10. A. Chance (C)

11. S. Carniato (C)

12. B. Kellet (C)


14. B. Hateley (C)

15. D. Muddle (C)

16. T. Wilkes (C)

17. Ianjb (C)

18. B. Fu (C)

19. D. Baker (C)

20. M. Lai (C)

21. K. Tai (C)

22. K. Wu (C)

23. J. Zhao (C)

24. Z. Cheng (C)

25. L. Tiu (C)

26. C. Easton (C)

27.  M. Attard (TBC)

28. C. James (C)

29. J. Elliot (C)

30. R. Chan (C)

31. P. Carruthers (C)

32.  M. Guyer(C)

33. B. Bugh (C)

34. M. Wootten (TBC)

35. W. Tsang (C)

36. Y. Wang (C)

37. D. Siu (C)

38. A. Collins (C)

39. C. Lai (C)

40. R. Luttenberger (C)

41. J. Ford (C)

42. S. Powell (C)

43. K. Gilbert (C)

44. J. Jovanovski (C)

45. J. Bridson (C)


47. T. Varol (C)

48. Z. Loscialpo (C)

49. D. Kane (C)

50. B. Faux (C)

51. R. Crabble (C)

52. J. Tavana (C)

53. A. Fok (C)

54. A. Tan (C)

55. Kila32 (TBC)

56. H. Zhi (C)

57. N. Kalis (TBC)

58. S. Wan (C)

59. L. King (C)ru

60. L. McAdam (C)ru

61. V. Muzman (C)

62. L. Cross (C)

63. T. Johnson (C)

64. K. Lee (C)

65. J. Uebergang (C)

66. T. Chan (C)







73. P. Sava (C)

74. G. Drivas (C)ru

75. T. Lin (C)ru


77. H. Hu (C)ru

78. Y. Bao (C)ru

79. W. Zheng (C)ru

80. Y. Zhang (C)ru

81. S. Chen (C)ru

82. Y. Duan (C)ru

83. Q. Huang (C)ru

84. S. Ardestani (C)ru

85. B. Wang (C)ru

86. Y. Xiao (C)ru

87. C. Lo (C)ru

88. R. Chen (C)ru

89. T. Burt (C)

90. B. Zhang (C)ru

91. Q. Chen (C)ru

92. H. Gu (C)ru

93. H. Hao (C)ru

94. C. Wang (C)ru

95. S. He (C)ru

96. J. Ren (C)ru

97. J. Zhu (C)ru

98. K. Tao (C)ru

99. A. Tofler (C)

108. B. Davidson (C)

419. J. Zhuang (C)

539. M. Robinson (C)

732. J. Bright (C)

801. M. Davidson (C)

(TBC)= To be confirmed.(C)= Confirmed.


Edited by crashdown
Entry list updated.
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I Will have to make my mind up if I skip Round 4 of the SuperSprints (at Wakefield the day before) and come to this instead.......

Honestly I would rather come and do this HAHA

**(Following so I don't forget to book if all goes well in May at Round 3 of the SuperSprints!!!)**

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1 hour ago, GRKGTR said:

I'm in but what is the price for this again?

Price is being finalised by the team now, so will be announced when entries open. We are expecting entries to open in the next week or two.

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