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Motorsport Round 2 @ Sandown Hosted by WRX + Come & Try

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When : Sunday 06 Jun 2021
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: Sandown Raceway, 591-659 Princes Hwy, Springvale VIC 3171
Pricing:
Affiliate – $230.00  Registration code 2PXVS1EL
Come & Try – $210.00

COME AND TRY GROUP - $210 - MAX 20 ENTRIES - INCLUDES MOTORSPORT AUSTRALIA LICENSE FEE

The WRX Club will be running a single come and try group at this event aimed at introducing new members to Motorsport. The come and try component is untimed, and only valid for those that do not currently hold a L2S license or haven't purchased a Level 1 come and try license in the past twelve months.

Motorsport Australia Level 1 Come and Try Licenses are included in the cost of the come and try group entry fee ($185 base fee + $25 license)

Due to the single group nature of this event, two come and try drivers can not share the same vehicle 

Fell event details and sign up at the link below.

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