All-Girls Motor Sport 2011         Last updated September 26         RESULTS, PHOTOS & REPORTS BELOW

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Last event - September 25th 2011

Automotive Events Management has continued their All-Girls Motor Sport days introduced last year with an event held at the Kwinana Motorplex on the weekend. With 23 entrants first doing driver training at two locations, then a competition event. Many of the entrants were first-time motor sport participants.

Entrants had a broad variety of cars, spanning an everyday Holden Commodore and Renault Clio through to performance cars including a trio of Porsches and an Alfa Romeo GTV6, rally prepared Hyundai Excel and a Targa Holden Monaro. There were a few classics, including a Ford Escort and even a Commodore Ute.

Some of the boys and the instructors also had a run at the end of the field, showing some of their skills off too.

Sharon Payne, from the GTI Girls team is still ‘in the zone’ having won the recent Shannons 1-Day Classic rally outright and high-placing in Targa West, again she took the honours at Kwinana in her 2001 Mitsubishi Evo7 in its dramatic pink and purple colour scheme. In second place was Amanda Clarke, driving a 2010 Mitsubishi Evo10, belonging to her Aunt who was also competing. Taking third place was Nicky Rashleigh, in a white 1993 Mazda MX5. Full results appear below - the first chart showing the girls results, the second showing the combined results.

Automotive Events Management principal Paul Blank said “The All-Girls events initiative we run has seen an increase in female competitors in our sprints and rallies during the year. The next event is a Superkhana at the Japanese Car Day being held on October 16th”.

Thanks to our Instructors - Mandy, Steve, Steve, Jurgen and Tony for their fantastic guidance to all participants. Also thanks to the officials, Helen, Natalie, Leanne, Brock and Ian for their help throughout the event.

Supported by New Girls on the Block

www.newgirls.com.au

All-Girls Motorsport                                     September 25th 2011 Run 1 Penalties Run 2 Penalties Total Time Outright
2 Sharon Payne 2001 Mitsubishi Evo 7 112.17   112.62   224.79 1
9 Amanda Clarke 2011 Mitsubishi Evo 10 127.78 Cone 120.48   248.26 2
14 Nicky Rashleigh 1993 Mazda MX5 131.86 Cone 128.66   260.52 3
21 Ilka Heller 2004 Mitsubishi Evo 8 MR 133.09   133.11   266.20 4
3 Jenny Cameron 1980 Ford Escort 2-litre 132.24   138.45   270.69 5
10 Sanja Askamija 2004 Renault Clio Sport 135.44   135.48   270.92 6
17 Sherrill Richardson 2004 Mitsubishi Evo 8 MR 140.18   131.36   271.54 7
20 Gillian Turner 2002 Porsche Carrera Cabrio 141.61   139.57   281.18 8
16 Romana-Rea Begicevic 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer Coupe 147.66 Garage 139.84   287.50 9
5 Belinda van der Donk 2002 Holden Monaro CV8 146.48   144.22   290.70 10
4 Bianca Anderson 1995 Hyundai Excel 153.77   165.07   318.84 11
18 Sonja Covich 2001 Alfa Romeo GTV6 162.20   164.89   327.09 12
7 Rachel Turner 2002 Porsche Carrera Cabrio 191.00 WW 147.07 Cone 338.07 13
13 Jeanette 2011 Mitsubishi Evo 10 191.00 WW 149.82   340.82 14
8 Denise Cahill 2004 Holden Commodore 151.41   191.23 DNS 342.64 15
12 Georgina Helm 2002 Holden Ute 181.00   181.23   362.23 16
15 Stephanie Robinson 2009 Mitsubishi Ralliart 191.00 WW 191.23 WW 382.23 17
32 Kath Stacey 1988 Porsche 911 191.00 WW 191.23 WW 382.23 17

    Results including the boys, below

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All-Girls Motor Sport Day                           All participants Sept 25 2011 Run 1 Penalties Run 2 Penalties Total Time Outright
2 Sharon Payne 2001 Mitsubishi Evo 7 112.17   112.62   224.79 1
29 Steve Metlitzky 2004 Lotus Elise  118.56 Garage 108.57   227.13 2
24 Craig Bartle 1999 Lotus Elise 120.08   114.91   234.99 3
33 Vince Stacey 1988 Porsche 911 120.89   118.08   238.97 4
26 Daryl Sosa 2009 Mitsubishi Ralliart 123.42   118.84   242.26 5
27 Paul Blank 1990 Mazda MX5 121.55   121.02   242.57 6
9 Amanda Clarke 2011 Mitsubishi Evo 10 127.78 Cone 120.48   248.26 7
6 Anrew Reid 1981 Porsche 924 125.91   126.95   252.86 8
14 Nicky Rashleigh 1993 Mazda MX5 131.86 Cone 128.66   260.52 9
21 Ilka Heller 2004 Mitsubishi Evo 8 MR 133.09   133.11   266.20 10
3 Jenny Cameron 1980 Ford Escort 2-litre 132.24   138.45   270.69 11
10 Sanja Askamija 2004 Renault Clio Sport 135.44   135.48   270.92 12
17 Sherrill Richardson 2004 Mitsubishi Evo 8 MR 140.18   131.36   271.54 13
20 Gillian Turner 2002 Porsche Carrera Cabrio 141.61   139.57   281.18 14
16 Romana-Rea Begicevic 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer 147.66 Garage 139.84   287.50 15
5 Belinda van der Donk 2002 Holden Monaro CV8 146.48   144.22   290.70 16
31 Mandy Lister 2000 Subaru WRX 109.16   191.23 DNS 300.39 17
25 John Turner 2002 Porsche Carrera Cabrio 191.00 WW 118.67   309.67 18
28 Tony Morton 2005 Renault Clio 122.63   191.23 DNS 313.86 19
4 Bianca Anderson 1995 Hyundai Excel 153.77   165.07   318.84 20
11 Tony Overstone 2002 Holden Monaro CV8 134.92   191.23 WW 326.15 21
18 Sonja Covich 2001 Alfa Romeo GTV6 162.20   164.89   327.09 22
7 Rachael Turner 2002 Porsche Carrera Cabrio 191.00 WW 147.07 Cone 338.07 23
13 Jeanette 2011 Mitsubishi Evo 10 191.00 WW 149.82   340.82 24
8 Denise Cahill 2004 Holden Commodore 151.41   191.23 DNS 342.64 25
12 Georgina Helm 2002 Holden Ute 181.00   181.23   362.23 26
15 Stephanie Robinson 2009 Mitsubishi Ralliart 191.00 WW 191.23 WW 382.23 27
22 Iain Reid 1981 Porsche 924 191.00 WW 191.23 WW 382.23 27
23 Matt Walters 2002 Holden Monaro CV8 191.00 WW 191.23 WW 382.23 27
32 Kath Stacey 1988 Porsche 911 191.00 WW 191.23 WW 382.23 27

PRE-EVENT INFORMATION

Entries are now open for our next All-Girls Motorsport Day. The venue this time is the Kwinana Motorplex, where we will have plenty of space for driver training and the competition event which follows. Excellent surface, few kerbs and excellent viewing.

The event begins with scrutineering, where your car is checked for roadworthiness, then Registration where we ensure all your documentation is completed and hand over the course maps. then we have a long session for driver training, where one-on-one instructions sessions in your car give you the confidence and skills to get around the competition course which follows. It's looking like we will have a couple of female instructors too.

Have a look below at details from past All-Girls events. You don't need to be experienced, just willing to have some fun!

Click here for Entry Form     Click here for the Event Regulations

Supported by:
New Girls on the Block

www.newgirls.com.au

Full report on our first 2011 All-Girls day can be seen on our Superkhana page.

The event was run in conjunction with our February Superkhana, with the girls having training for an hour and a half before the Superkhana started.

Fifteen girls entered - and in a wide variety of cars. We had very positive feedback. One emailed: "Another great day! Thanks for all your effort in putting it together. I really enjoyed myself, especially when I remembered that my car had brakes and I stopped driving like, dare I say it, a girlie girl!
I think my times improved by about four seconds over the course of the day. That is enough to make anyone happy.
It has only taken three outings, but I now get what the instructors are saying when they talk about "driving lines". I can actually see the lines and looking back at some video footage taken by a spectator, I can see where and when I was trying to put the car on the track to set myself up for entry into corner A so that I could exit corner B really fast."

A big thank you to all the instructors; Bruce Robins, John Fowler, Jurgen Lunsmann, Franz Esterbauer, Denis Conway, Steve Metlitzky and Vince Troth. Also thanks to our officials on the day: Linda Bailie, Leanne Doust, Natalie Blank, Andy Hamilton, Ian Mann, Paul Cooper and Paul Blank.

Full report, more photos and results on the Superkhana page - click here.

Superkhana  February 6th 2011 Class Run 1 Penalties Run 2 Penalties Run 3 Penalties Run 4 Penalties Total Outright
2 Shannon Dittmer 2005 Mitsubishi Evo L 49.77   50.99   49.16   49.40   199.32 1
1 Megan Liddle 1999 Subaru Impreza L 52.06   50.46   49.84   51.10   203.46 2
5 Sharon Payne 2001 Mitsubishi Evo7 L 48.65   57.97 Garage 47.94   48.97   203.53 3
14 Helen Lunsmann 1990 Suzuki Swift GTI Turbo L 52.50   51.32   50.88   49.73   204.43 4
10 Ilka Heller 2004 Mitsubishi Evo 8 MR L 53.95   53.29   53.71   52.97   213.92 5
7 Cindy Troth 1976 Fiat 131 Abarth Replica L 53.39   54.39   53.68   52.53   213.99 6
6 Carly Liddle 1999 Subaru Impreza L 52.86   55.10   54.03   52.64   214.63 7
8 Nicole Armstrong 1996 Subaru Impreza STi RA L 51.72   61.57 Garage 53.35   52.53   219.17 8
9 Susan Metlitzky 2008 Volkswagen Golf GTi L 55.38   54.81   54.66   54.84   219.69 9
11 Joselyn Van Eerden 1999 Nissan Pulsar SSS L 55.28   55.94   55.45   55.82   222.49 10
3 Jessica Forward 1999 Subaru WRX L 56.58   56.64   57.07   56.88   227.17 11
13 Steph Leach 1999 Subaru Impreza L 77.28 WW 52.68   53.64   51.78   235.38 12
15 Madelin Kirkhouse 2004 Renault Clio Sport L 59.22   55.51   65.52 Garage 56.15   236.40 13
4 Fiona Reid 1989 Mazda MX5 L 67.28   65.69   64.10   66.29   263.36 14

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We had fantastic response and feedback from our first All-Girls events in their first year, 2010. So we're doing it again in 2011. It's a day just for female drivers to develop competition driving skills - from whatever level you start at. In fact, the majority of our participants last year were first-timers.  You don't need a competition car - see the photos from 2010 below.

Here's how the day will work. To start off, we will check over your cars in the Scrutineering - just to ensure they're roadworthy and that your helmets are in good condition. there's no need to make any modifications to your car, or to add any special equipment. 

Once cars are checked, participants will go to the Registration desk where we go over the paperwork and ensure everyone has a competition driving license. If you don't already have one, we can issue a AASA License on the day at a cost of $50 (for a 12-moth license). We'll give you a map of the courses to be driven on the day - and don't worry, they're not complicated and there's minimal chance of getting lost...

Following that we will have highly experienced instructors on hand who will be able to ride as passengers with every driver for a familiarization session. This will give drivers information on your driving position, handling your car, braking and if required additional information from how ensure you have the best driving skills. You'll have experienced competition drivers guiding you to benefit from maximising your car's performance and handling.

After the this, the competition driving begins - with multiple runs on the specially laid-out course. Speeds are not necessarily very high (you're unlikely get higher than 3rd gear), but provide an exciting driving challenge.

We will be limiting numbers to make sure there's time to do the training, get useful feedback and not feel under time pressure. But the pressure may be on to get your entry in as we expect demand to exceed 35 places.

After the driving events are over, we'll head off to a location not too far away for lunch - while the officials tabulate results - after which awards will be presented. These will be in categories according to the age and engine size of your cars.

Cost for entering for the day is $75 per entry, which includes personal accident cover from AASA. More than one person can enter the same car, but no passengers are allowed during the competitive driving. Refreshments will be available on site. Free spectator entry. Lunch is at your own option and we'll provide participants with details of the lunch venue.

Have a look below at the photos to see the variety among the entries last year.

Supported by:
New Girls on the Block

www.newgirls.com.au

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July 18th 2010 - Results, photos and report

We had another brilliant All-Girls day, this time at Gloucester Park. The rain kept away and for much of the day the sun shone. 26 entries, in a good mix of cars undertook the driver training with our team of instructors, doing two different courses before the competition event got underway.

During the competition runs it was great to see so many of the drivers improving as they progressed. Some drove challenging cars and overcame them very well. Drivers spanned 50+ years old to a 16-year old L-plater, all of whom came away with valuable experience.

We even scored a feature story in The West Australian newspaper the next day, With a photo of Carly Liddle at the wheel of her Subaru, under the headline "Ladies, start your engines". See below the photos.

Congratulations to the award winners. Presentations were made at The Royal Hotel where participants and officials enjoyed lunch following the event.

We've had some very supportive feedback: Thanks for the day. It was fantastic. It was great to catch up with girls from the previous event and to meet a few new people too.
The officials were marvellous - as ever - and the course was challenging.
After another two or three events some of us will be ready to take the boys on at their own game!
I had a blast and can't wait to do it all over again.
Once again, thanks for all your hard work putting the event together.

Just wanted to thank you and your officials for a great day yesterday, I had heaps of fun, wish it had of lasted a bit longer!!!
I also think it was excellent to have a female instructor (Mandy), no offence to the male instructors, I think all of the instructors did a great job, it was good to get feedback from a female's perspective.
Looking forward to doing the 1-Day Challenges in September and November, the All Girls days have given me confidence to kick my other half out of the drivers seat and give it a go.


A big thanks to our instructors - Mandy Lister, Steve Pummer, Bruce Robins, Franz Esterbauer, Jurgen Lunsmann and Vince Troth - and our officials, Ian Mann, Brock Mann, Martin McCoy, Natalie Holburn, Leanne Doust and Danny Cerro.

Thanks also to the Perth Car Fair car market which operated in the adjacent carpark on the day - www.perthcarfair.com.au

Class winners were:

Up to 1985 up to 2-litres - Jenny Cameron - 1980 Ford Escort

1986-2010 up to 2-litres - Barbara de la Hunty - 2004 Birkin S3

All over 2-litres - Helen Lunsmann - 1990 Suzuki Swift GTI Turbo

AWD Turbo Class - Shannon Dittmer - 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo

Outright winner was: Shannon Dittmer - 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo

ALL-GIRLS EVENT JULY 2010 Class RUN 1 Penalties RUN 2 Penalties RUN 3 Penalties TOTAL Placing
22 Shannon Dittmer 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo D 28.62   28.22   27.63   84.47 1
20 Barbara de la Hunty 2004 Birkin S3 B 29.19   29.23   29.71   88.13 2
2 Claire Scambler 1998 Subaru WRX D 29.46   29.71   29.02   88.19 3
4 Sharon Payne 2001 Mitsubishi Evo7 D 29.70   29.76   28.79   88.25 4
15 Lucinda Allen 2010 Suzuki Swift B 30.17   29.26   29.52   88.95 5
8 Kate Law 2005 Subaru WRX D 30.32   29.68   29.69   89.69 6
23 Helen Lunsmann 1990 Suzuki Swift GTI C 30.35   29.93   29.84   90.12 7
14 Sanja Aksamija 2004 Renault Clio Sport Cup 182 B 32.10   30.53   29.73   92.36 8
1 Julie Alexander 2003 Mazda MX5 B 31.06   31.39   30.66   93.11 9
13 Nicole Armstrong 2003 Subaru WRX STI D 32.65   30.47   30.89   94.01 10
16 Lauren Cornes 2005 Nissan 350Z C 30.75   31.18   32.10   94.03 11
9 Jenny Cameron 1980 Ford Escort GL A 31.68   31.54   31.34   94.56 12
25 Megan Liddle 1999 Subaru Impreza WRX D 30.97   31.12   32.63   94.72 13
19 Lorica Storey 2007 Mini Cooper S JCW C 30.55   33.25   31.15   94.95 14
5 Melissa Tomizzi 2003 Subaru WRX D 28.72   28.61   38.03 Garage 95.36 15
7 Carly Liddle 1999 Subaru Impreza WRX D 33.83   31.68   30.15   95.66 16
10 Bianca Anderson 1994 Mazda MX5 B 32.54   31.59   31.80   95.93 17
24 Wendy Hood 2010 Volkswagen Golf R32 C 32.91   31.60   31.81   96.32 18
26 Dana Kornhauser 2000 Alfa Romeo 147 GTA C 33.32   32.72   30.70   96.74 19
6 Susannah Lingford Datsun 240Z C 33.68   33.05   30.02   96.75 20
12 Laura Hart 2007 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart D 32.84   33.85   31.62   98.31 21
3 Heather Hobert 1988 Rover Mini B 33.66   34.50   32.68   100.84 22
18 Stephanie Leach 1983 Toyota Sprinter A 51.47 WW 30.59   31.94   114.00 23
11 Megan Cherry 2009 Mitsubishi Evo 10 D 34.05   47.89 WW 32.09   114.03 24
21 Sinead Hoffman 2001 Saab 9-5 C 39.58   36.58   55.96 3 Cones 132.12 25
17 Linda Bailie 1988 Saab 900i B 46.47   42.89   47.19   136.55 26

Photos above Copyright AEM 2010 __________________________________________________________________________________________

Ivan Tan has also posted some photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mischief_racing/sets/72157624527099254/

PRE-EVENT INFORMATION:

Following the success of the inaugural All-Girls Motor Sport Day in January, we have set the date for our next day - July 18th. Because it may be wet, we've got a venue with wide open spaces - no kerbs... at Gloucester Park.

We will begin the day with one-on-one driver training, to help you get set-up and used to your car in competition conditions. We will have several runs at the course during the morning. Afterwards we'll adjourn to a nearby venue for lunch (at your cost) where we'll tabulate results and present the awards.

Have a look at the report and photos from our previous event below.

You don’t need a competition car, just one that’s roadworthy and a good quality helmet. Participants will be required to hold a competition license – either AASA or CAMS – and we can issue AASA licenses on the day: $50 for a 12-month license. This is sure to be a great day again, low on pressure, high on fun.

Due to the training element of the day places will be limited to ensure we get through everything on time. Act now so you don't miss out.

Click here for an Entry Form         Click here for the Event Regulations

Report - January 2010 event

What a great day! Perfect weather, great company and excellent motor sport fun. We had a great mix of entries, with cars spanning 1957 to 2009, sports cars to family cars.

The driver training element of the day went very well, with our crew of instructors kept busy, but all commenting how eager their drivers were. Many of the entrants were first-timers, and enthusiastic to embrace the fun which such an event can provide. Some were returning after years without doing any motor sport. All were in agreement that it was an exceptionally good day.

"Now I can see why the boys like this so much!" said one driver after her first competition run. Another commented "Wow, I never expected such an adrenaline rush. My hands were shaking after I parked the car." And "I should have tried this ages ago!".

All drivers handled their cars very well. One driver had two small, slow half spins - though she was one of the more experienced competitors. And she had as big a smile at the end of the day as everyone else. The lunch afterwards brought a thoroughly enjoyable end to the day, with the last people leaving after 3pm.

Award certificates were handed to class and outright winners. Congratulations to them, and to all the entrants who made the day such a success. There will definitely be more events along these lines. And if you're keen, there are places available in our afternoon Superkhana on February 14th...

A big THANK YOU to our driving instructors, Steve Metlitzky, Jamie Lister, Jurgen Lunsmann and Bruce Robins. Also to our officials Ian Mann, Martin McCoy, Brock Mann and Rami Brass.

CLASS WINNERS:

Up to 1985 under 2-litres - Justine Burns - 1974 Ford Escort RS2000

1986-2010 under 2-litres - Cindy McGough - 2009 Westfield SEiW

1986-2010 over 2-litres - Helen Lunsmann - 1990 Suzuki Swift GTI Turbo

All-wheel-drive turbo - Mandy Lister - 2000 Subaru WRX

Outright Winner - Mandy Lister - 2000 Subaru WRX

FULL RESULTS BELOW

Photos copyright AEM 2010

ALL-GIRLS MOTOR SPORT             Sunday January 31 2010 Class Run 1 Penalties Run 2 Penalties Run 3 Penalties Total Time Outright Placings
27 Mandy Lister 2000 Subaru WRX D 45.28   44.54   45.06   134.88 1
9 Helen Lunsmann 1990 Suzuki Swift GTI C 48.58 47.77 47.33 143.68 2
22 Emma McKay 1991 Toyota MR2 C 48.39   49.09   49.22   146.70 3
19 Claire Scambler 1998 Subaru WRX D 50.12   49.06   48.86   148.04 4
8 Justine Burns 1974 Ford Escort RS2000 A 50.21   50.87   50.81   151.89 5
17 Jill Willis 1995 Porsche 993 C 53.34   50.48   49.15   152.97 6
4 Cindy Troth 1976 Fiat 131 Abarth replica A 54.33   50.61   50.59   155.53 7
29 Cindy McGough 2009 Westfield SEIW B 51.23   52.03   52.66   155.92 8
10 Melissa Tomizzi 2003 Subaru WRX D 53.70   53.47   52.14   159.31 9
21 Edwina Jones 2005 Holden SSV Ute C 54.25   53.04   52.13   159.42 10
14 Julie Alexander 2003 Mazda MX5 B 54.22   53.33   53.04   160.59 11
24 Di Quin Conroy Mazda RX8 B 54.63   53.84   52.74   161.21 12
15 Rae O'Brien 2008 Subaru WRX STI D 60.09 Garage 52.92   51.17   164.18 13
1 Nicole Armstrong 2003 Subaru Impreza WRX STi D 55.45   54.70   55.40   165.55 14
5 Lorica Storey 2007 Porsche Boxster S C 53.39   50.44   61.88 Garage 165.71 15
7 Shannon Dittmer 1999 Subaru WRX D 63.66 2 Cones 58.98 Garage 48.70   171.34 16
23 Rachel Telford 1975 MG B GT A 58.74   56.91   57.03   172.68 17
3 Stephanie Robinson 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart C 57.32   58.60   59.79   175.71 18
25 Carly Little 2000 Mitsubishi Lancer B 60.74   58.76   56.92   176.42 19
6 Jenny Cameron 1980 Ford Escort A 58.51   58.96   62.40   179.87 20
11 Natalie Holburn 2001 Citroen Xantia B 63.36 Garage 58.12   58.51   179.99 21
20 Michele Jordan 1990 Mazda MX5 B 58.76   56.03   65.89 Garage 180.68 22
31 Linda Wilson 2000 Mitsubishi Verada C 61.15   60.65   59.81   181.61 23
16 Dana Kornhauser 1999 Alfa Romeo 156 B 62.63 Cone 55.74   65.93 Garage 184.30 24
26 Helen Scott 2007 Porsche Boxster C 60.06   57.91   67.09 Garage 185.06 25
13 Sarah Blaxall 2008 Hyundai Getz B 63.65   61.89   62.53   188.07 26
12 Louise Cocks 1989 Mazda MX5 B 66.25   63.72   61.84   191.81 27
28 Barb Kirkhouse 2005 Renault Clio Sport B 69.09   62.85   67.18 Garage 199.12 28
2 Jessica Brass 1996 Mazda 323 B 66.41   57.72   79.21   203.34 29
30 Jensine Hough 1957 MGA Roadster A 70.33   68.92   67.69   206.94 30
18 Penny Cato 1989 Westfield B 72.67 70.23 68.18 211.08 31

 

PRE EVENT INFORMATION -

We've spoken to a number of people who've been very keen on AEM co-ordinating some motor sport events just for girls... so we're starting 2010 with our first All-Girls Motor Sport Day - on Sunday, January 31st 2010.

Our plan is to run a day at the Speed Dome in Midvale, similar to our successful Superkhana events, which have had lots of female participants over the years. There will be significant differences though. Here's how the day will work.

To start off, we will check over your cars in the Scrutineering - just to ensure they're roadworthy and that your helmets are in good condition. there's no need to make any modifications to your car, or to add any special equipment. 

Once cars are checked, participants will go to the Registration desk where we go over the paperwork and ensure everyone has a competition driving license. If you don't already have one, we can issue a AASA License on the day at a cost of $50 (for a 12-moth license). We'll give you a map of the courses to be driven on the day - and don't worry, they're not complicated and there's minimal chance of getting lost...

The Briefing follows where details and safety information are explained.

Following that we will have some highly experienced instructors on hand who will be able to ride as passengers with every driver for a familiarization session on the course. This will give drivers information on the course layout, braking points, handling your car and if required additional information from how ensure you have the best driving position to help for experienced competition drivers to benefit from maximising their car's performance at this particular venue.

After the this, the competition driving begins - with two runs each on two different course layouts. The courses are like mini-road sprint events. Speeds are not necessarily very high (you won't get higher than 3rd gear), but provide an exciting driving challenge.

We will be limiting numbers to make sure there's time to do the training, get useful feedback and not feel under time pressure. But the pressure may be on to get your entry in as we expect demand to exceed 35 places.

After the driving events are over, we'll head off to a location not too far away for lunch - while the officials tabulate results - after which awards will be presented. These will be in categories according to the age and engine size of your cars, plus some special awards.

Cost for entering for the day is $75 per entry, which includes personal accident cover from AASA. More than one person can enter the same car, but no passengers are allowed during the competitive driving. Refreshments will be available on site. Free spectator entry, and there's a good shady spectator area. Lunch is at your own option and we'll provide participants with details of the lunch venue.

Click here for an Entry Application Form          Click here for the Event Regulations

Photos:
In Text:
Top: Rachel Telford's MGB GT at Kwinana in an AEM event, October 2009. Centre: Sonya Tizzano competing in the Superkhana on December 2009 in her Mercedes CLK - her first motor sport event.
Above: Lucinda Allen puts her blue Mini through its paces at the Speed Dome in August 2009, which was also her first event.
Above centre: Marion Pitcher’s 1977 MGB Roadster in a Superkhana at the Speed Dome in March 2009.
Above right: Spectacular looking Porsche 911 GT3 of Monica Kidd competes in one of our Superkhana events in 2009.
Below left: Regular competitor Sharon Payne’s entry in the Fabcar 10-Day Classic rally in November 2009.
Below right: Stephanie Robinson gets the countdown at one of the stages in the Fabcar 1-Day Classic rally in November.

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