Committee Members

  • Joel Power (President)
  • Scott Foster (Secretary)
  • Tim Gaukroger (Treasurer)
  • Dan Morgan (Track Manager)
  • Jamie Vuyk (Communications)
  • Andrew Foord (General)
  • Kym Nuske (General)
  • Matt Samra (General)
  • Chrisophe Esteve (General)

All paid club members are encouraged to attend general club meetings and contribute ideas.

Committee members are voted in annually at the AGM which takes place around the end of the calendar year

Club Membership

Membership is due 1-Jan each year.

  • Single Adult – $60
  • Family (2+2) – $75
  • Single Junior – $0

Race Days

Generally the club races fortnightly this may change due to special events or long weekends check this web site to confirm the dates.

8:00am – Gates open and the track setup commences (please feel free to help with this)

9:00am – Entries will be taken and track open for general practice

9:30am – The final time to register and pay with the race director.

9:45am – Drivers briefing covers the details for the day

10:00am – Racing starts

Note: No running of nitro engines before 9am on Sundays

You are required to pay a fee each time you race. The fee is for the racer. The racer can enter as many classes as they wish. Paywave is preferred method of payment on race days. For major events an electronic bank transfer is required before the event starts.

Members: $20.00
Non-members: $40.00

New Members
New members gets one race day for free when they start their membership. Don’t race as a non-member, why not become a member instead?

Race Format

Our track is very flexible. We often change the layout and direction of the track. This mixes things up and keep it interesting. We also often run different race formats, so the experience may vary on a given day.

A typical format might be:
> 3 x 7 Minute heats
> 2 x 20 minute final

EP finals will be split into 2x 10 minute finals.

Food and Drinks

BBQ lunch + drinks are usually available.  All proceeds going to the club.

Thanks to Mark L (ESPY Bake House)

Notes

Format is subject to change depending on the number of classes running and the number of competitors

If the Bureau of Meteorology predicts temperatures of 36 degrees or higher racing will generally be cancelled.