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SAU Motorkhana Saturday 31st July - Winton

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Well thanks to COVID we had a slight change to dates but we are locked in an ready to go

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 Entries now live

If you have never done a motorsport event here is your chance.

We wanted to hold a skidpan day whereby members could get a massive discount, the day is designed for someone who has never done a motorkhana or a track day up to advanced.

When: Saturday 31st July 2021

Where: Winton Skid Pan (Winton Motor Raceway)

Price: $50 for SAU VIC Members ( will need to present membership card on the day)
           $99 for non Members
Entries: Limited to 26 cars

What you need:
Valid Motorsport Australia L2S Licence or AASA Day licence ($35.00 via the AASA Website)
Running car that does no leak fluids everywhere
Long sleeve top and pants
Helmet that meets Australian Standards
A fire extinguisher that is within 3 years of manufacture and in the green.

Accommodation:   We have reserved room at the following motel for the Friday and Saturday night. ( Can book one or two nights)

There is parking for trailers next to the motel.
To book your room reservation is under Leon. If you decide to stay somewhere else just let us know so we can invite you to dinner etc.
 
Glider City Motel
2 Witt St, Benalla VIC 3672
Phone : (03) 5762 3399   There are some rooms reserved under "Leon"

Entry link: https://www.sauvic.com.au/entry/deca/20210731

Bring your car and get to battle others, win loose or draw I can guarantee you will have lots of fun.

Any questions email [email protected]

Entry List:

1. Warren Clark
2. Tony Buckland
3. Simon Henman
4. Annabel Schulze
5. Luke Schulze
6. Josh Miller
7. Ben Simons
8. Leon Stapley
9. Gregory Wise
10. Krystal Pfeiffer
11. Joselito Da Rocha
12. Tegan Collins
13. Jeremy Blackman
14. Sean Power
15. Haydn Wilde
16. Peter Blythe
17. Chris Lack
18. David Heskin
19. Travis Pfeiffer
20. John Beck
21. Samuel Thompson
22. Tim Watson
23. Jason Carey
24. Adam Mooy
25. Andrew Collins
26. Aaron Klaver

Reserve list:
27. Ryan Bell
28.

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Entry list updated l, now taking entries for reserve list.

Link to supp regs and disclaimer are fixed on the entry page.

Let's hope we get out of lockdown!

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