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Sunday, 28 October 2018



Sunday 28 October 2018

Welcome to our last competition event of the 2018 season. At the pointy end of the season this event may even decide some classes. Let the Sprint begin!

We are visiting Broadford for the second time this year.  The first time through some of the worst weather we have seen at us. Let’s hope for better luck this time! Broadford is enjoyable and testing. This event will be run in sprint format.

Competition Class

Evidence of prior experience or satisfactory completion of a high performance driver-training course is a Club requirement for the timed competition classes.

All competitors will require a Dorian transponder to be fitted to their cars for official times to be recorded. Please make sure they are properly fitted and charged. Dorians can be hired for the day for $45, but must be booked at time of entry. Dorians can also be purchased from Carly via

Entrée Class

Entrée class is the perfect introduction to track days for new members. Entrants in the entrée class get separate sessions of untimed practice. Mentors will be provided from experienced club members. Prior advanced driver training is preferred, fire extinguishers or Dorians are not required. You will need a CAMS Level 2S Licence, an approved helmet, suitable clothing (see Supplementary Regulations) and a roadworthy vehicle. Your vehicle will have a tow hook in the tool kit, it must be fitted – either front or rear.

Please note Entrée Class numbers are strictly limited (8).

Click Here for further Entree class information.

Noise Limits

Maximum Noise not to exceed 95db(A) as measured by 30-Metre drive by test on equipment provided by circuit.


Approximately 35 garages and 15 carports are available at no cost, on a serve yourself first-come first-served basis on the day.


The Broadford canteen will be open all day serving hot and cold food.

Passenger Laps

Passenger laps at 80% of competition pace may be run during Lunch Break subject to passengers signing disclaimers and confirming no limiting medical conditions. Volunteer marshals will have preference for these laps with others only being allowed after all the marshals have had an opportunity.

Click Here for a map of how to get to the circuit

Click Here for Supplementary Regulations

Online entry - Click Here to be taken to the Kiosk. Contact Carly if assistance is needed or 9817 6911.

Entries will close on Wednesday 24 October and thereafter no further entries will be taken.

PCV Marshalling Team

If you are available to assist with this event or are new and would like to give marshalling a try you can register as a “Track Marshal” through the kiosk link above and you will be contacted. Broadford presents a good environment to give marshalling a go. Alternatively contact Gordon Johnstone via email .



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