Historic Road Racing Championships

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ENTRIES HAVE OPENED for the 2021 Australian Historic Road Race Championship at South Australia’s McNamara Park Raceway, scheduled for October 28-31.

Hosted by the Mount Gambier Motor Cycle Club Inc, the championship fires into action on Thursday, October 28, with an optional practice day and caters for all classes of historic motorcycles and sidecars, as defined by the 2021 Manual of Motorcycle Sports.

Qualifying is on Friday October 29 with racing blasting into action Saturday and Sunday October 30 and 31.

The renowned Mount Gambier circuit is 2.41 km long and is a mix of technically demanding slow and fast turns over undulating terrain, designed and dedicated solely to motorcycle road racing.

The track runs in a clockwise direction with 12 turns, ranging from the sharp hairpin at turn 1 to the fast and sweeping turn 8.

Oldies but Goodies!

Camping is available at the track and a welcome function will be held on Thursday night in the clubrooms and a Saturday night dinner will also be held. Bookings are essential.

The Championship is a COVID-Safe event and protocols will be in place which must be adhered to by everyone on-site.

A condition of entry into the circuit requires all personnel to register their contact details either by the QR Code at the track or by signing upon entry.

Entries close on September 24, and late entries will be accepted until September 26, and will incur a late fee.

Entries available HERE

Classes include:

PERIOD 1 Ultra Lightweight up to 125cc; Lightweight 132cc-250cc; Junior 263cc-350cc; Senior 368cc-500cc; Unlimited 526cc- 1300cc; Sidecar up to 1300cc.

PERIOD 2 Junior up 350cc; Senior up to 500cc; Unlimited 368cc-1300cc; Sidecar up to 1300cc.

PERIOD 3 – Ultra Lightweight up to 125cc; Lightweight 132cc-250cc; Junior 263cc-350cc; Senior 368cc-500cc; Unlimited 526cc-1300cc; Sidecar up to 1300cc; Formula 700: 526cc-700cc; Push Rod Engines Only.

PERIOD 4 – Ultra Lightweight up to 125cc; Lightweight 132cc-250cc; Junior 263cc-350c; Senior 368cc-500cc; Unlimited 526cc-1300c; Sidecar up to 1300cc; Formula 750: 526cc-750cc.

PERIOD 5 – Ultra Lightweight up to 125cc; Lightweight 132cc-250cc; Junior 263cc-350cc; Senior 368cc-500cc; Unlimited 526cc-1300cc; Sidecar up to 1300cc; Formula 750: 526cc-750cc.

PERIOD 6 – Ultra Lightweight up to 125cc; Lightweight 132cc-250cc; Senior 263cc-500cc; Formula 750: 526cc -750cc 4 Cylinder & 750cc -1000cc 2 Cylinder; 250 Production: 250cc; Formula 1300: 788cc-1300cc.

My thanks to

Adam Oliver, Media Manager, Motorcycling Australia

0438 297 514 [email protected] 

EDITED by AC

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