2024 1/8th Australian National Titles
General Information

Meeting Date: Thursday 21st March – Sunday 24th March 2024


Site Information

Toilets
  • A local toilet is available in the carpark area
  • More public toilets are a short walk across the recreation area
Health and Safety
  • Fire Extinguishers are onsite in case of fire
  • A medical kit is available if required
Site Map
Site Map

Parking

Please see the map for parking areas.  Parking is permitted in the light blue areas only.

  • DO NOT PARK IN THE CENTRAL NO PARKING AREA. 
    This includes unloading and loading of gear.
  • DO NOT BLOCK THE ACCESS ROAD

Overflow parking will be in the public carpark adjacent to the track.  Please encourage all non-racers to park in the public carpark.  Its extemely likely that you will be ‘parked in’ by other peoples cars.  Please be sure that you don’t need to move your vehicle during the day.  Otherwise, use the public carpark.

Note: The local council does not allow parking on the reserve.  Any fines obtained from parking in non-designated areas will be your own responsibility


Catering

Food and drinks will be sold onsite. 

  • Breakfast:  (7am – 9am) Bacon and egg roles will be available each day.  
  • Lunch: (11am – 3pm) BBQ Lunch will be provided each day.
  • Drinks and snacks: Available all day from the drinks van
  • Raffle:  You can enter the raffle at the drinks van.  Pay for how many tickets you want, then fill out the form with your details.

Note: The site will be cashless. Any payments will require a card payment.  The refreshements are largely operated by volunteers.  In many cases its a local racers wife and family, and in all likelyhood, they don’t much care for your ‘toy car racing’ – please be ultra nice to them!  They have given up thier time for you.  😉


Driver Pits Area

We expect most drivers to be able to have a table under the marquee pit area.  In most cases you will not need your own gazebo.  However, if overflow is required, gazebos must be pitched adjacent to the marquee (see yellow boxes on map).   

  • Nitro Startup: Starting of nitro cars is not allow in marquee driver areas.  Only start your cars in the designated starting area.  Heat guns will be provided for use in this area.
  • Rubbish:  bins will be provided throughout the pit areas.  Please use them accordingly.  A skip is provided nearby.  If your bins gets full, please empty into the skip and add a fresh bag to your bin.
  • Electricity:  Note that this is supplied from a generator.  No heat guns to be used at your work table.  Heat guns are supplied at the starting area.

Racing Information

Format:
Scrutineering
  • Scruitineering will be done at the base of the rostrum stairs.
  • You need to have your car checked at least once prior to your first main race, to confirm it is to legal specifications.
  • The top 5 cars from each main race need to be submitted to scruitineering immediately after the race concludes to confirm the car complies to legal specifications
Notes:
  • Steps on the rostrum:  You must use the steps provided on the rostrum.  To use your own step you will need permission from the race director.  This will typically be approved for childrens needs.  You are welcome to not use the step by pushing it aside.
  • Rostrum pits area: Please enter the rostrum pit area from one end, then exit from the other.

Catering

Food and drinks will be solve onsite. 

  • Breakfast:  (7am – 9am) Bacon and egg roles will be available each day.  
  • Lunch: (11am – 3pm) BBQ Lunch will be provided each day.
  • Drinks and snacks: Available all day from the drinks van
  • Raffle:  You can enter the raffle at the drinks van.  Pay for how many tickets you want, then fill out the form with your details.

Note: The site will be cashless. Any payments will require a card payment.  The refreshements are largely operated by volunteers.  In many cases its a local racers wife and family, and in all likelyhood, they don’t much care for your ‘toy car racing’ – so please be super nice to them!  They have given up thier time for you.  😉