LocationNabiac Motorsport Complex
PromoterCentral North Coast Sporting Car Club
0408 654 380
Entries now open for Round 1 of the 2018 NSW Rallysprint Series, the Nabiac Rallysprint.
Organised by the Central North Coast Sporting Car Club at the Nabiac Motorsport Complex on Sunday, 18 February 2018. The event will run over a 6.4 km stage, run three times in each direction.
Over the last few months the track committee at the CNCSCC have put in a lot of effort to improve the quality of the rallysprint course at the Nabiac Motorsport Complex.
Some major earthworks have been undertaken to provide a challenging and enjoyable course to compete on, with some changes to the profile of some corners but still with the familiar long straights that Nabiac is well known for.
With spaces for 40 entries, (UPDATED ,NOW 50) you’ll need to get your entry in quickly to secure your spot in this round of the highly competitive Series.
Don’t forget to register for the Series if you haven’t already done so – registration (for Driver AND CO Driver) will secure your entry if the field is oversubscribed, and will ensure you earn points from this event.
With another 6 events on the calendar this year, there’s more than enough left to secure a strong outright position in the Series.
Entries are now closed. Click Below to view the Seeded Entry List for the event:Seeded Entry List
The Nabiac Complex has spectator viewing areas which will be open for the event. Click on the Site Map below for more details. The first car takes off at 9.00am on Sunday the 18th Feb – why not come out and have a look!Nabiac Site Map
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Provisional Results for the Nabiac Rallysprint are now available to download:Provisional Results
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