LocationWestern Sydney International Dragway
PromoterNorth Shore Sporting Car Club
Clerk of CourseBrett Middleton
02 9767 4545
0408 261 043
In 2015, the Volksmuller Rallysprint at Sydney Dragway ran for the first time, attracting a full field of competitors due to its proximity to Sydney, low travel costs and great roads.
Every event since then has had a capacity field of 60 teams.
The North Shore Sporting Car Club has continued listen to all of the feedback from teams after the 2015, 2016 and 2017 events, and has incorporated all of the great suggestions, in an effort to create an event that offers outstanding value for money and maximum enjoyment for competitors.
The event in 2018 will be again run as a S1 and S2 event allowing cars with and without Roll Cages, Restrictors or Log Books to compete and drivers as young as 14 years old.
Clerk of Course, Brett Middleton, assisted by Angus Fraser and Bill Fry as event secretary have built a group of friendly volunteers to ensure you ENJOY THE EVENT.
Please, ask us anything, we will do our very best to accommodate your requests to ensure you get good value and have fun.
The fast and challenging gravel roads of the Sydney Dragway are in excellent condition, in 2016 NSSCC invested over $15 000 worth of improvements to make them even better than previously, since then, another $10,000 and $5,000 has been re invested to ensure the future of the event and a fun course for teams to compete.
There will be one 2.5 km stage, (slightly shorter this year to be %100 gravel and avoid the asphalt section) running in two directions, with three passes in each direction.
The best two runs in each direction count towards the final results.
70 % of the course this year is gravel, 30% is grass that becomes clay after the first run,.
Spectate from the service area or from the top off the hill overlooking the course,
Service your rally car in the best service area facilities in the Rallysprint series.
Green grass to relax on and asphalt to park your rally car on!
And the lowest transport distance of any event.
Fuel (E85, R100 and 98 ron) facilities are just 5 minutes away, in Sydney Motorsport Park, or a local BP fuel station.
A BBQ and coffee van is on site all day, with cold drinks as well.
Clean toilets are within walking distance of the service area as well as plenty of fresh water.
Yes, we are again allowing two drivers per car.
NO ROAD REGO NEEDED
As a closed event, no vehicle registration is needed.
NO Turbo restrictors needed
As a closed S1 rallysprint , no restrictions!.
(S2 entries and to score points for the V Sport series you will need a restrictor, Cage and Log Book)
LOG BOOKS NOT NEEDED
If you enter the S1 event you dont need a log book.
As long as your car is SAFE you can enter (in S1)
The event is run as a S1 and S2 event.
To score points in the NSW Rallysprint series you need to enter as S2 and you will need a roll cage, restrictor and CAMS log book.
As we normally have a full field, entries will be prioritized as follows:
1 Both crew registered for V Sport NSW state rallysprint series. (S2 event)
2 One crew registered for the V Sport NSW state rallysprint series (S2 event)
3 Both Crew members of NSSCC, and entered for the S2 event.
4 One Crew member of NSSCC, and entered for the S2 event.
5 Both Crew members of NSSCC, and entered for the S1 event.
To Enter the S1 event both crew members must be a full NSSCC member
DRIVERS LICENCE NOT NEEDED!
You don’t need a civil drivers licence for this event.
14 years and older can drive.
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Supp Regs and Entry Details
Clerk of Course
WORK 02 9767 4545
Mobile: 0408 261 043
Please contact me for anything we can help to ensure you have fun at this event.
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