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First Drift Practice Day Of 2011

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Where:

Baskerville raceway

 

When: Feb 19 2011,

on track from 10am Please be at track before 9am and ready for drivers briefing at approx 915

 

Price: Entry fee $130 cams licence $57 for non speed $103 for speed which allows access to other forms of motorsport

And cams affiliated Car club membership , Hobart sporting car club applications are available on the day $60 gets you a year

 

What to bring: Yourself, a Car,ADR approved helmet,long sleeve pants,shirt and closed foot shoes,

 

Car must be generally in a roadworthy condition i.e no oil leaks coolant etc, fire extinguisher is required and must be mounted on a metal bracket,race seats securely fitted etc external tow straps are a god ideal to prevent body damage and help the people towing you get it done efficiently

your car will need to pass scruitineering to drive on the track need more info available just ask

 

Plenty of series drivers will be around for help/tips so please feel free to ask if you need some guidance,

 

 

Laps will be of the drift section of the track only and tandems are allowed/encouraged for those who are happy to do so\

 

 

Hope to see you there for one of the funnest times of your life

 

Drifting Tasmania

 

 

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Where:

Baskerville raceway

 

When: Feb 19 2011,

on track from 10am Please be at track before 9am and ready for drivers briefing at approx 915

 

Price: Entry fee $130 cams licence $57 for non speed $103 for speed which allows access to other forms of motorsport

And cams affiliated Car club membership , Hobart sporting car club applications are available on the day $60 gets you a year

 

What to bring: Yourself, a Car,ADR approved helmet,long sleeve pants,shirt and closed foot shoes,

 

Car must be generally in a roadworthy condition i.e no oil leaks coolant etc, fire extinguisher is required and must be mounted on a metal bracket,race seats securely fitted etc external tow straps are a god ideal to prevent body damage and help the people towing you get it done efficiently

your car will need to pass scruitineering to drive on the track need more info available just ask

 

Plenty of series drivers will be around for help/tips so please feel free to ask if you need some guidance,

 

 

Laps will be of the drift section of the track only and tandems are allowed/encouraged for those who are happy to do so\

 

 

Hope to see you there for one of the funnest times of your life

 

Drifting Tasmania

 

 

post-59386-12892609295093_thumb.jpg

 

 

We are holding a track walk at 12.30pm during the lunch break at which time we will have experienced drivers and (hopefully) a judge to guide you through the drift section and give their opinions and tips on drifting Baskerville.

 

Please see attached Supplementary Regulations and Entry Form for the event. Entries will be taken on the morning at sign in.

Approved Supplementary Regulations.DOC

Entry Form.doc

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the track owners and cams and ambulance and police all thought it would be a good idea to put up their prices this year so unfortunately we've had to raise it slightly to offset some of these costs. we've tried to keep it as small as possible for all

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the track owners and cams and ambulance and police all thought it would be a good idea to put up their prices this year so unfortunately we've had to raise it slightly to offset some of these costs. we've tried to keep it as small as possible for all

 

Run them as non-CAMS days :ph34r: ? Is that not possible these days?

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its always going to be the way but it sure does discourage new comers.

 

CAMS is really helping get people off the streets.

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not possible to run as non cams these days. Its not just CAMS fault damo, we've had regulations put onto us by the track owners which have made us move up grades of how our days are run and in such the charges we have to put up with.

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Woot, pretty psyched to be heading to a drift day, even if it's just to take photos. Haven't done it for many a year now since the old days of QLD drifting! Should be entertaining! :D

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