Sunday, 29 March 2020
Sandown Autumn Super Sprint
Sunday 29th March 2020
Welcome back to the popular and easy to get to Sandown International Raceway (the home of horsepower) for our first Sprint at this venue this year.
Evidence of prior track experience or satisfactory completion of a high-performance driver training course is a Club requirement for the timed competition classes. It is essential that you contact the Competition Director if you are unsure whether your prior experience qualifies.
All competitors will require a Dorian transponder to be fitted to their cars for official times to be recorded. Please make sure it is properly fitted and charged. Dorians can be hired for the day and must be booked at time of entry. New Dorian units can be purchased from Carly via email@example.com
Entrée Class (limited)
Entrée class is the perfect introduction to track days for new members. Entrants in entrée class get separate sessions of untimed track experience. Mentors will be provided from experienced club members. Prior advanced driver training is preferred, fire extinguishers and Dorians are not required.
You will need a Motorsport Australia Level 2S Licence, an approved helmet, suitable clothing (see the Supplementary Regulations) and a roadworthy vehicle. Your vehicle will have a tow hook in the tool kit, it should be fitted – either front or rear. Please note Entrée Class numbers are strictly limited.
Click Here for further Entree class information.
The Maximum Noise must not exceed 75db(A) as measured by 30-Metre drive by test on equipment provided by circuit. This is a requirement of the venue and we have no control if a car is measured above this level. 1st strike is a warning. 2nd strike means end of day.
A limited number of garages are available at a cost of $88. Garages must be booked at time of entry.
Our lunch vendor will be providing coffee and breakfast rolls from around 8:00AM. Pizzas and other food will be available for lunch from approximately 11:30AM to 2:00PM.
Passenger laps will only be available for volunteer marshals at the absolute discretion of the Officials on the day. Passengers must sign disclaimers and confirm they have no limiting medical conditions.
Possible open pit afternoon session
If participants’ numbers drop off by mid-afternoon, Officials may consider the option of having an open pit from around 3:30pm. This open pit session may be declared either timed or untimed. A final decision on exercising this option will be made by the Clerk of Course on the day.
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 Competition Official through the kiosk entry link below and you will be contacted. Alternatively, you can contact Gordon Johnstone via email firstname.lastname@example.org
General Enquiries to Mark Horton Andrews, Competition Director by email or phone 0447 529 301.
Gates open 7.00am.
Entry Fees - Sprint $260 or $240 with own number.
Contact Carly if assistance is required on 9817 6911 or email@example.com