2013 Achievements Recognised at Presentation Night
The 2013 drag racing season at Hidden Valley Drag Strip was celebrated this month at the annual awards dinner. Over 120 people celebrated the successful season with a number of officials also attending and being recognised for their tireless efforts throughout the year including, Glen Bull as Motorsports NT Official of the Year, Ray Joy-Warde (track crew) and the Coles family for their efforts setting up for events.
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Move Jayden Closer to his Doctors fundraiser, which has been setup to raise enough capital to move Jayden and his family to Perth in order to be closer to his Doctors and Therapists.
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2013 Achievements Recognised at Presentation Night
The 2013 drag racing season at Hidden Valley Drag Strip was celebrated this month at the annual awards dinner. Over 120 people celebrated the successful season with a number of officials also attending and being recognised for their tireless efforts throughout the year including, Glen Bull as Motorsports NT Official of the Year, Ray Joy-Warde (track crew) and the Coles family for their efforts setting up for events. Special acknowledgement also went to Major Sponsors 7mate, Hot 100, Shannons Insurance, Lucas Oil, Kennards Hire, CSE Comsource and Remote Asset Solutions who have provided valuable advertising and financial injections throughout the year.
2013 Life Member, Spike Morrison accepting his plaque
The latest Hidden Valley Drag Racing Association life member was also inducted. “Spike Morrison was selected for his involvement in establishing the Hidden Valley facility that we still use today” said HVDRA President Jay Jukes. “He started drag racing at the old 33 mile air strip in his beloved FJ (which he still has today) and was on the committee when the move to Hidden Valley took place.” “He has done many a working bee from clearing the bush while they started laying out the drag strip to guard railing to building the control tower and building the stairs for the tower.” The night climaxed with competitor awards for club members. Highlights included the presentation of our first ever Top Sportsman trophies to Allan Arthus (Best Presented and Runner Up) and Grant Radcliffe (First place), as well as the unfortunate Hard Luck award going to Maddeline Joy-Warde for her bike accident back in September. The prestigious Champion of Champions was a close race with Super Sedan racer Daniel Foreman finishing the season only 10 points behind the overall winner, Street Bike competitor Mark Tattingham on 150 points. “Once again on behalf of the Association I would like to thank all of the committee members, volunteer officials, competitors, sponsors and fans who have contributed to HVDRA this year” concluded Jukes. “We look forward to an action packed year of drag racing in 2014.”
BRACKET POINTSCORE WINNER SUPER TOYWORLD JUNIOR DRAGSTER 1ST DANIELLE ABEL SUPER TOYWORLD JUNIOR DRAGSTER 2ND DARCY MULLER
STREET 1ST BOB CZERNIAWSKI STREET 2ND ELLEN MUSK
STREET BIKE 1ST MARK TATTINGHAM STREET BIKE 2ND JOSH SCHUIT
SUPER STREET 1ST SHAUN BOYER SUPER STREET 2ND TROY MCGREGOR
SUPER SEDAN 1ST DANIEL FOREMAN SUPER SEDAN 2ND GRANT ROWE
MODIFIED BIKE 1ST CLIVE MAINLAND MODIFIED BIKE 2ND COLIN SAINSBURY
TOP SPORTSMAN 1ST GRANT RADCLIFFE TOP SPORTSMAN 2ND ALLAN ARTHUS
BEST PRESENTED JUNIOR KAYNE HAGEN STREET ALLAN CONNORS STREET BIKE MADDELINE JOY-WARDE SUPER STREET PETER FORTE SUPER SEDAN TONY KANTROS TOP SPORTSMAN ALLAN ARTHUS MODIFIED BIKE HEATH COSTELLO OUTLAWS ROLPH DANIELSON
OTHER BEAT THE HEAT ON TRACK AWARD DANIEL RICHARDSON BEST STAGING ATTEMPT DERRECK SPERRER BEST FIRE SHOW GREG REED 2013 HARD LUCK AWARD MADDELINE JOY-WARDE 2013 ROOKIE CAR DANIELLE ABEL 2013 ROOKIE BIKE DANIEL RICHARDSON ANNUAL BURNOUT COMPETITION MATT HARDING 2013 KING OF THE VALLEY SCOTT MACLEAN 2013 CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS MARK TATTINGHAM 2013 LIFE MEMBER SPIKE MORRISON
03 Dec 2013
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Move Jayden Closer to his Doctors fundraiser, which has been setup to raise enough capital to move Jayden and his family to Perth in order to be closer to his Doctors and Therapists. Jayden has several medical conditions, which can cause him confusion, pain, epileptic attacks, blood noses, heart palpitations, eye sensitivity, co-ordination problems and difficulty with speech ... just to name a few. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqW9Av8xrvs
Knowing Jayden’s dedication and love for everything motoring, we arranged a fundraising MotorSport Auction, and we’d love you to show the motoring community has a huge heart by helping us make this auction a huge success.
Promote the Auction: An event like this doesn't work unless everyone knows about it. So we’d appreciate it if you can post the attached poster up somewhere that everyone can see it. Also if you have a facebook page or twitter account, please spread the word. (https://www.facebook.com/OurJayden)
Join the Auction: The Auction will begin on the 11th of January, and we’re sure there will be plenty of great items for you to bid on. So put the date in your diary, and don’t forget to log in and place a bid or two. (http://stores.ebay.com.au/jaydensauction)
Donate to the Auction: We’re looking for absolutely anything Motoring or Motorsport related. This could be donations of parts, memorabilia, backyard treasures, fancy junk, bits and bobs, scores, collectibles, ultimate finds, signed broken bits, photos, merchandise, swap cards, posters, products, consumables, services... If you are interested, we will keep you informed with regular updates on the progress of our project. Please contact me on the below details if you are able to help. Thank you for your time and for considering this request.
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26 Nov 2013
NOMINATE NOW FOR 2014 NT SPORTS AWARDS
Minister for Sport, Recreation and Racing Matt Conlan has announced nominations are now open for the 2014 Northern Territory Sports Awards. “The Northern Territory Sports Awards are our premier sporting event recognising the contribution of those involved in sport Territory wide on and off the field,” Mr Conlan said. “The Awards celebrate our great athletes and teams but also those who go the extra mile behind the scenes to reach success such as our coaches, volunteers and administrators. “It’s a night when sporting rivalries are set aside and as always the highlight is the NT Sportsperson of the Year Award, which last year was won by hockey player, Joel Carroll. “The NT Government is a proud supporter of Territory sport and will continue to encourage sporting development to help build a confident culture where Territorians enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle. “I encourage all sporting organisations and clubs to get involved and nominate the people that deserve recognition for their extraordinary achievements or efforts.” For the first time, the gala event will be held in Katherine at the Godinymayin Yijard River Arts and Culture Centre on Saturday 29 March 2014. “Katherine is one of the Territory’s iconic towns and has a rich sporting history producing champions such as Tour de France cycling king, Cadel Evans and current Parramatta Eels player Luke Kelly,” Mr Conlan said. “All sporting clubs and organisations throughout the NT should have the opportunity to share in this important event, so the Awards will now be shared between our main regional centres of Alice Springs, Darwin and Katherine. “The Steve Abala Role Model, a non-nominated award, will also now have a whole of Territory approach and recognise achievements by Territorians regardless of which region they are from.” The NT Sports Awards were first started in 1973 by the Northern Territory Sportsman’s Association before the Department of Sports and Recreation took over in the late1980s. The Department has once again taken carriage of the Awards following on from the NT Major Events Company management of the event for the past three years. The 2014 NT Sports Awards celebrate all major sporting achievements in the Territory from 1 January 2013 - 31 December 2013. Nominations for the 2014 Awards close on 31 January 2014. Nomination forms are available from www.ntsportsawards.com.au Nominations categories include: - NT Sportsperson of the Year Award - NT News - NT Junior Sportsperson of the Year - Carlton and United Breweries - Masters Sportsperson of the Year - NT Team of the Year - Carlton and United Breweries - Eric Johnston Coach of the Year - Minister for Sport, Recreation and Racing - Official’s Award - Centralian Advocate - Volunteer of the Year - 104.1 Territory FM - Local Performance of the Year
Nomination forms and supporting documents must be mailed to: 2014 NT Sports Awards NT Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing GPO Box 1448 DARWIN NT 0801
Sponsors interested in being involved in the event can also contact the Department on 8982 2306.
Media Contact: Lisa Andrews 0401 579 963
26 Nov 2013
Bryce Fullwood - LAS VEGAS SUPERNATIONALS
Darwin driver Bryce Fullwood with his third place trophy in Junior Rotax (Pic: AF Images/Budd)
Darwin driver Bryce Fullwood was the best-placed Australian driver in the Junior Rotax category. Fullwood started from 20th position in the main event before charging up the order and eventually securing a third place finish.
26 Nov 2013
Robyn Scott Alice Springs Karting Club Volunteer of the Year
Alice Springs Karting Club held their annual presentation on the weekend. Robyn Scott is the canteen manager and deservedly won the MotorSports NT Volunteer of the Year award for the Alice Springs Karting Club. Photos of Robyn with her plaque and our unique MotorSports NT polo shirt.
Photos by Bridget May
12 Nov 2013
LOOK OUT BOYS, THE GIRLS ARE HERE! ALICE SPRINGS DIRT KART TITLES
The recent NT and Australian Dirt Kart Titles held in Alice Springs attracted over 400 competitors spraying dirt and having a great time. Many of the competitors in a whole range of classes and age ranges were female and were sensational competitors giving as good as they got.
Photo by Michael Potts
29 Oct 2013
We had a fantastic night of speedway on Saturday night. What about our Junior karters, didnt they do a absolutely brilliant job, with some great racing. Jack Hopkins is NT number one again, two years running he has taken the NT title out. Dannielle Thomsen is NT two with some nail biting action between her and Jack right to the finish. Bronte Cavanaugh, we thought it was his night, he did so well in the heats but came in as NT three in the feature and young Timmy Wood fourth, he did so well as a new comer, that was only the third time he had raced. All the Juniors did well and would like to congratulate them all, even the two little Sub Juniors Morgan and Jordon Cavanaugh, their sportmanship is outstanding. Thankyou to all the families and the guys that came down from Darwin to help the Juniors get out on the track and to make their Title night a success.
Junior Sedans saw Raymond Thomsen and Jai cee Everett take to the track. Well wasn't there some terrific driving from these pair. Jai cee had Raymond eating her dust in some of the heats but Raymond came good in the feature and showed Jai cee how it was done. We have a number of Junior Sedans travelling to Alice Springs in the next couple of weeks to compete in the NT Junior Sedan Title. We would like to wish them luck and make Darwin and Katherine proud, I'm sure they will.
Senior Karts had some great racing, with Pocket rocket Robyn showing them she is not going to be left behind. They had five Karts on the track with Chris and Dennis coming down from Darwin. Chris took the feature out with Robyn second Dave Hopkins third and Marnie Hopkins fourth. We were having a bit of trouble with the track drying out, but unfortunately our water truck broke down, so they did the best they could under the circumstances. Amcars had a good night with five Amcars going out on the track. I don't have the results for these guys but would like to thank the three Amcars who came down from Darwin to support Jason and Tim. Bombers well what can I say, Holden took out Katherine Speedway. We had spinouts and cars hitting the wall, it was a bit of a rough night for these guys but exciting racing. Brett Thomsen took the feature out with his passenger Michael Knight
Thankyou to Scotty for taking his formula 500 out on the track for a spin. Congratulations to our raffle winners and Silverscreen voucher winners. A big thankyou to everyone who came and supported us on our fundraiser for Breast Cancer, we made $200 to give to the Mcgrath Foundation. Thankyou to all our volunteers, they did a fantastic job once again. All our sponsors we couldn't do it with out you. Murph for bringing the boys down to sing the Anthem, they did a great job. It was good to see all the kids faces painted thanks to Wynita. The canteen guys and girls did a great job like they always do. A big thankyou to all the spectators who came down and supported the Speedway and thankyou for supporting us all racing season.
Story Julie Wood
22 Oct 2013
Local driver David Ling takes on the kiwi's in V8 NZ Ute Series
What a GREAT weekend of motor racing, apart from flattering the ego as a celebrity being the only Australian in the V8 NZ ute series category, the Kiwis make you feel so welcome. We had the on car camera which was used for the live broad cast through NZ 3 so there was a suitably placed NT Motorsport decal in front of the TV camera.
The Kiwi's are a lot more lenient to officialdom with no drivers briefings and pre race scrutineering, tyre marking ONLY.
We started on Friday with celebrity hot laps, my chance to learn the track and the car, having never driven a V8 ute before, very different but a good thing when you come to grips with there characteristics.
Saturday was practice, qualifying and race one. Sunday, 3 more races. By the end of the weekend we were as competitive as the lead cars with an overall finish on 9th. Very happy with that and lots of offers to come back in the future.
Thanks to Motorsports NT for the financial assistance in getting me to NZ
Cheers David Ling
22 Oct 2013
Territorian to head to Nitro Thunder in Melbourne
One month ago ANDRA Pro Stock Motorcycle rider Scott White enjoyed one of his greatest drag racing wins since joining the professional Group One category in 1991.
Apart from the round win at Adelaide International Raceway, White’s confidence was further boosted with a new PB time of 7.328 seconds, plus the first time defeat of number two point’s racer Maurice Allen in the second round of competition.
“As you could expect I’m very keen to head into Melbourne for the Fuchs Nitro Thunder. I haven’t really stopped smiling since my win at the Lady Daly Springnationals in September and I’m hoping it will continue this weekend.
“A couple of good things have come our way which is very nice and very timely,” said White. “That win we had in Adelaide last month saw our Facebook likes go from 200 to 300 and we’ve received some assistance in the form of some complimentary accommodation at a hotel for which I’m very grateful. Sure beats sleeping in my van.
“Then I had a fella from WA ring me up and offer to help crew which is the third person I haven’t been able to afford for a while. So we are looking pretty good even before the race has started. In addition we have had some interest from a potential sponsor in Sydney and feel that the time is right and we are in there with a shot. Stat wise it is possible to take out the championship, although a lot of ducks would have to line up to do so,” grinned White.
“The motor is happy and healthy so it would be great to get a few more round wins under our belt and hopefully finish out the season in the top three or higher.
“Of course Sydney is the goal because it comes with an ANDRA Gold Christmas tree trophy. That has something I have always chased and that’s what I want.
“The bike is in good shape. I did all the necessary maintained on the AMPAC Suzuki before I left Adelaide so that will give’s me a clear mind coming into Melbourne,” finished White
This weekend’s Fuchs Nitro Thunder event sees ANDRA Championship drag racing return to Melbourne for the first time since 2001.
White enters Calder Park sitting in the number three points position. This is the penultimate round for Pro Stock Motorcycle, with the 2012/13 ANDRA season concluding at Sydney Dragway’s Australian Nationals on November 1-3.
Photo by Dave Murray - www.tadphotos.com
16 Oct 2013
Alice Springs off Road Race Club NT Titles results
This years outright winner of the 2013 Mt Dare Hotel N.T Titles - Dylan Blake
The 2013 N.T titles have been run and won by Dylan Blake in his Extreme 2WD ford, a small but enthusiastic field prepared for prologue on Saturday afternoon, with prologue out of the way it was going to be a battle for outright honours between Steve Sanderson in the pro class Jimco 47, Lockie Wier Pro lite 155 a welcome back to the field for Michael Schembri in the pro lite single seat Hyabusa powered 127 machine and Dylan Blake in his extreme 2WD ford Ranger 450.
The first withdrawal came before the race even got started with Steve Sanderson finding a blown rear main seal in the Pro class Jimco. The first section of 2 x 38klm laps saw a total of 4 cars D.N.F, first to fall was Rod Berry in the 505 XF falcon with broken rear suspension, only 2 klm further up the track was the other class 5 entrant of Michael Bleuel in the VS commodore ute losing a L/h rear wheel, Michael Schembri in the pro lite ran into fuel issues and had to be towed to the pits, the only UTV class entrant of Jason Neate had a slipping clutch and pulled in after 1 lap .
The competitors then bolted on the lights for section 2 which was 2 night laps which saw the demise of Darren (Axle) Greening load the S1650 up with no steering.
So the starting order for the first of 2 laps on Sunday had Lockie Wier pro lite 155 leading, from Dylan Blake 450 Michael Schembri pro lite 127 (seeded), Grant Ballentine Sportsman 384, Haydon Foley S1650 211, Cameron Foley S1650 284 Scott Raven S1650 217, Jason Neate UTV 612 and Michael Bleuel Perf 2WD 532 Not even getting of the line to start the Sunday section was Cameron Foley blowing the gear box on the start line, only 1 lap in and the D.N.F’s continued with Grant Ballentine also blowing a gear box, then the race leaders were out with Lockie Weir having electrical gremlins and parked on the side of the track, then the S1650 of Hayden Foley lost the RH CV only metres from the start finish line starting their second lap and finishing their title.
With only 1 lap to run Dylan Blake to over the lead with a massive time lead over the only other competitor still on the lead laps Scott Raven in his S1650. As the day came to an end with the running of the popular 3 X 3’s the outright results were as follows:
1st - 450 Dylan Blake Extreme 2WD 2nd - 217 Scot Raven S1650 3rd - 127 Michael Schembri Pro Lite 4th - 532 Michael Bleuel Performance 2WD 5th - 612 Jason Neate UTV 6th - 155 Lockie Wier Pro Lite 7th - 211 Hayden Foley S1650
24 Sep 2013
Lady Luck Shines on 2013 Season Finale
The Season Finale ended on a high on Saturday night with the competition drag racing season coming to a close for 2013. Luck was with Dwight Brieffies in a classic 1964 Ford Fairlane who made the leap to Top Sportsman for the event. Scheduled to battle against a range of vehicles running 8.99sec or quicker Brieffies had a lucky progression when his opponents, Paul Newman and Ron Heyes broke, giving Brieffies a clear run through to the finals against Brad Hagen. Luck was again on Brieffies side where Hagen red lit, handing Brieffies his first win of 2013 with a best of 8.914 at 151.73mph. Unfortunately luck wasn't with everyone on the night. Street Bike rider Madeline Joy-Warde took a tumble early in the night after her 650cc Suzuki lifted the front wheel soon after leaving the startline. Joy-Warde impacted heavily with the wall and was transported to hospital for further treatment suffering leg injuries. In a traditional GM versus Ford rivalry Craig Davis took out the Outlaw win in his Ford Mustang against the Pontiac of Todd Knight. Davis defeated Todd Knight with a holeshot off the startline and finished with a 7.147 to Knight’s 7.166. Defeated by a slower reaction time was the stand out red Mopar of Tony Kantros who passed the win to Peter Kirkpatrick in the Super Sedan finals. Kirkpatrick quick reaction of 0.037sec and a 9.349sec pass secured the victory against Kantros’ 10.057sec pass on a 10.00 dialin. In other brackets Daniel Richardson took out his first win of the season in Street Bike after Mark Tattingham red lit on the startline. While Tattingham wasn’t victorious it was enough to secure the Champion of Champions trophy for 2013, awarded to the competitor with the highest cumulative points for the season. Shaun Boyer also secured the Super Street championship with a win against Troy McGregor. Out of three battles this year Boyer remained undefeated against McGregor. While McGregor red lit, Boyer still ran a near unbeatable 11.665 on an 11.660 dialin. Street car was a rookie affair with Skevos Troumouliaris defeating Harley Gray while in Junior Dragster it was a very close race between Danielle Abel and Maddison Sperrer. Abel defeating Sperrer with a 10.157 on a 10.05 dialin against Sperrer’s 8.629 on an 8.5 dialin.
Off Street Racing and the end of year burnout competition will feature this Friday night at Hidden Valley Drag Strip with nearly $1,000 up for grabs. Gates open 6pm.
OUTLAWS - RUNNER UP - TODD KNIGHT OUTLAWS - WINNER - CRAIG DAVIS TOP SPORTSMAN - RUNNER UP - BRAD HAGEN TOP SPORTSMAN - WINNER - DWIGHT BRIEFFIES SUPER SEDAN - RUNNER UP - TONY KANTROS SUPER SEDAN - WINNER - PETER KIRKPATRICK MODIFIED BIKE - RUNNER UP - HEATH COSTELLO MODIFIED BIKE - WINNER - LEITH DARRACH SUPER STREET - RUNNER UP - TROY MCGREGOR SUPER STREET - WINNER - SHAUN BOYER STREET BIKE - RUNNER UP - MARK TATTINGHAM STREET BIKE TRACK CHAMP - WINNER - DANIEL RICHARDSON STREET CAR - RUNNER UP - HARLEY GRAY STREET CAR - WINNER - SKEVOS TROUMOULIARIS JUNIOR DRAGSTER - RUNNER UP - MADDISON SPERRER JUNIOR DRAGSTER - WINNER - DANIELLE ABEL
24 Sep 2013
White sets sights on SpringNats
Scott White heads into the Lady Daley Hotel Spring Nationals this weekend in Adelaide sitting in fourth place in the 2012-13 ANDRA Pro Stock Motorcycle championship.
After four rounds in the championship, White’s best finish this season so far was at the Nitro Champs where he qualified second, held Top Speed in qualifying and went out in the semi finals.
His nearest rival is Victorian Glenn Wooster. The pair has been battling it out all year with White currently holding a narrow three-point lead over Wooster, who sits in fifth.
It all began at the Nationals last November when Wooster finished on a three-point lead over White. Round two of the championship moved to Adelaide in February and saw the pair move up the ladder two spots into 5th and 6th with White closing the gap to just one point. Round 3 was the Nitro Champs in May and this saw White move ahead of Wooster into fourth, up two places. Round 4 was the Winternationals and White was confident to extend his gap even further. However rained stopped eliminations, and with qualifying points earned, the pair remained locked.
“That was how we also qualified (4th and 5th) at Willowbank,” said White. Both riders ran side-by-side identical ETs of 7.449 with White recording the higher speed.
“Glenn is running a Trevor Birrell engine so that’s tough and I believe he has a new combo for Adelaide. I have rebuilt the spare engine and feel like we are in a very good position. I am a lot more comfortable with my riding and confident that we now have some consistency that we lacked before. We had a problem with torching pistons, which came down to issues with the jets.
“At the Winters I had two sets of carbies one of which was the old combo and the other one testing a few ideas I have. The result saw the AMPAC Advanced Warning Systems Suzuki run 7.4s on both sets.
“I arrived at Adelaide nice and early after driving from Darwin on my own. The reason for that was so I could spend a few days at Jim Hanlon’s shop - Super Bike Performance. I have some ideas with carburation and having the use of the dyno is very handy to steer us in the right direction.”
Hanlon is a former Pro Stock Motorcycle racer himself and went on to record the first 160 mph run at Eastern Creek back in the early 90s.
“Obviously I want to run quicker so hopeful Adelaide could bring me a win which I believe is just around the corner. I am familiar with the track and while we all know that can be a tricky, we are totally prepared. Along with Jim I will have a new crew for this meeting one of which is a new Pro Stock bike racer who will eventually be putting his wife on the seat. They are keen to learn the ropes and lend a hand for which I am very grateful.
Affiliated Club Motorsport Events
October - December 2013
DARWIN MOTOR CYCLE CLUB
20th October - Boulderdash Tour
27th October - Pony Express Round 3
NORTH AUSTRALIAN MOTOR SPORTS CLUB
18th October - Motorkhana
19th October - Drift and Circuit Racing
8th November - Motorkhana
CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN DRAG RACING ASSOCIATION
9th November - Night Drags
TERRITORY QUAD ASSOCIATION
Next Meeting 2014
ALICE SPRINGS OFF ROAD RACE CLUB
19-20th October - Tour de Sandhills
3rd Novenmber - Short Course Test & Tune
TOP END MOTO CROSS CLUB
11-12th October - Club Championships Round 4
1-2nd November - Club Championships Round 5
ARUNGA PARK SPEEDWAY
19th - October - Opening Night All Classes
Double Points, Pee Wee Masters
2nd November - NT Streetstock &
NT Junior Titles Support Classes TBA
16th November - Centralian Titles - All Classes,
Round 1 Wingless Series (Sponsor TBA),
Round 1 Cold Zap Bomber Series
23rd November - Round 1 TDC F500 Series,
Round 1 Junior Sedan Series, Round 1 Streetstock
Series, Round 2 Wingless Series, Round 2 Cold Zap
7th December - Round 2 TDC F500 Series,
Demolition Derby SA vs NT, Santa Claus
TOP END ROAD RACING ASSOCIATION
27th October - Round 8
DARWIN KARTING ASSOCIATION
12th October - Championship Round 12
26th October - Closed Titles
HIDDEN VALLEY DRAG RACING ASSOCIATION
Next Meeting 2014
TENNANT CREEK SPEEDWAY CLUB6th October - Tennant Creek Titles
DARWIN SPEEDWAY RIDERS & DRIVERS ASSOC5th October - Finale
KATHERINE MOTOR SPORTS CLUB19th October - Race Night
TOP END MUD RACING ASSOCIATION26th October - Round 1
23rd November - Round 2
14th December - Round 3
ALICE SPRINGS MOTOR CYCLE CLUB
13th October - Natural Terrain Round 2
27th October - Chambers Engineering Enduro
3rd November - Natural Terrain Round 3
ALICE SPRINGS KARTING CLUB
4-6th October - Australian Titles
20th October - Points Meeting
*Dates are subject to change
check club websites for more info
MOTORSPORTS NT PARTICIPATION DATA Survey carried out with MotorSports NT Affiliated Clubs