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UPCOMING NT MOTORSPORT EVENTS February 1st - Top End Road Racing Assoc - Test and Tune 7th - Alice Springs Karting Club - Sign On Day 8th - Alice Springs Motor Cycle Club - Open Day 8th - North Australian Motor Sports Club - Sign on Day Drift and Circuit

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Red CentreNATS rev into Alice in 2015
Rev heads from around the country will descend on Alice Springs next September for a new national motorsports event called Red CentreNATS.
“I am thrilled to announce the organisers of Canberra’s famous Summernats have agreed to bring their hugely popular brand of high octane fun to Central Australia from next year,” Chief Minister Adam Giles said.
“The inaugural Red CentreNATS will be held in Alice Springs from 3-6 September, cementing the Territory’s reputation as a haven for motorsports.
“Anyone who has ever been to Canberra’s Summernats will know just how popular the event is and the Country Liberals Government is working to create the same sort of loyal following for our own Territory version of the event here in Central Australia.”
The Summernats team are excited to extend their reach into Central Australia, securing the Territory’s place on the national motorsports map.
“We are really proud to be working with the Northern Territory Government to deliver a brand new automotive lifestyle festival in the heart of Australia,” Summernats co-owner Andy Lopez said.
“The Red CentreNATS will be a fantastic event for motoring enthusiasts and the Alice Springs community alike, and over the years it will become one of Australia's favourite horsepower parties.
“We want Red CentreNATS to be a must-attend event on every Australian car lovers’ calendar, bringing people, cars and tourism income to the Alice every year."
Red CentreNATS will be a rev head’s paradise an annual auto festival showcasing the very best in street machines, elite show cars, hot rods, classics, exotics and supercars. The program also includes precision driving, street cruising, show and shine, judged competitions and an official Burnout Masters Qualifier.
“The Red CentreNATS will sit alongside the Territory’s existing program of iconic events including the V8 Supercars in Darwin and the Finke Desert Race in Central Australia,” Mr Giles said.
“Both events make huge contributions to tourism by bringing thousands of interstate visitors to the Northern Territory and I hope we can build that tourism profile even further with the Red CentreNATS.”
Alice Springs Mayor Damien Ryan has welcomed the event which will involve a number of local sporting and entertainment venues including Blatherskite Park and the Alice Springs Inland Dragway.
“This is fantastic news for Alice Springs. Major events like this are great for locals, visitors and the economy,” Mr Ryan said.
Central Australian motorsports fans are encouraged to get involved as either volunteers or participants.
Locals who own a street machine, an elite show car, hot rod, classic or exotic car can register to compete in the program via the website.
“Hosting an event like Red CentreNATS in Central Australia has long been an idea of the Chief Minister Adam Giles and it is a great achievement to finally have the project launched,” Vice President of Motorsports NT, Jamie de Brenni said.
“This event is going to be special and will need the support and assistance of the whole community to succeed and prosper into the future. It will be the community of Alice Springs that welcomes and embraces this opportunity and turns it into an annual event.”
Red CentreNATS will be a family-friendly auto festival with activities for all ages. Children 13 and under will get in free to all ticketed events.
A steering committee comprising representatives and enthusiasts from within local motorsport organisations has already been established to help plan the event.
“The Red CentreNATS will certainly put the Northern Territory in the minds of many Australians and at the same time putting the Territory on centre stage as a complete Motorsport venue,” Steering committee member John Palamountain said.
For more information or to register go to

Photos from today’s launch available on request.
Media Contact: Danielle Parry 0413 081 801

Adam Giles, Member for Braitling
Chief Minister of the Northern Territory

26 October 2014
28 Oct 2014
Solomon Local Sporting Champions Program
The Solomon Local Sporting Champions program is an Australian Government initiative designed to support young people participating in state, national and international sporting championships as an athlete, coach or official. Applications are now open for the third round for 2014/15.

There are 36 Grants of up to $500 for Solomon (Darwin & Palmerston) residents available for the 2014/15 financial year. Applicants must :

be aged 12 to 18 in the same calendar year as the nominated sporting championship
NOT be competing for prize money of more than $500
be living more than 125km from the championship venue
travel more than 250km return to participate in the nominated sporting championship

Round Three applications close on February 28th 2015.

Applications should be submitted online once participation in the event has been confirmed and prior to the commencement date.

For further details contact my office on 8928 0180 or visit my website .

Kind Regards,


Natasha Griggs
Federal Member for Solomon
07 Oct 2014
MotorSports NT Competitor Travel
29 Jul 2014
16 Year Old Darwin Racer sets sights on V8 Supercar Career
01 Jul 2014
White Prepares for Battle

Pro Stock Motorcycle racer Scott White continues to rack up mileage in his chase for ANDRA Gold. With a home base of Darwin, White is certainly no stranger to chasing Championship points along the East Coast of Australia and the long miles away from home that go with it.
White arrived into Sydney early in preparation for the X-Champs this coming weekend at Sydney Dragway.
“I’m hoping for good things this weekend, said White. I like this track. It’s nice, flat and smooth and a whole lot better than what I experienced at Calder Park in Melbourne a few weeks ago. We had a rough time and the bike had a few things break on the bumps in the track. Despite the racing being cut short due to the unsafe conditions, I walked away with 45 points and currently sit in fourth place.
“Team 868 are well prepared and feeling confident this weekend. We still are running the old motor as it came away from Calder healthy and happy and just have our fingers crossed that everything works out well. It’s a small field, which is a shame as one of the entrants has pulled out.
“This has reduced the field to five but I’m confident we’ll still put on a good show for the crowd and show what Pro Stock Motorcycle is all about.
White had his Team 868 Suzuki on display (last Thursday) at Bunnings Hardware Minchinbury on the Great Western Highway. The display is part of ANDRA’s pre-event racing displays for the general public to get up close and personal.
“It is always a great opportunity to promote the sport as well as Pro Stock Motorcycle. A lot of people like the look of the bikes because they look fast standing still so if the display reaches an audience that haven’t been to the drag live, then it’s a good thing on so many levels. Besides I’m always open for a chat,” grinned White.

Photo, Scott White Pro Stock Motorcycle. Supplied by ANDRA

06 May 2014
Three reasons to smile for Davis

Craig Davis was the man with the smile after being the first local Super Sedan (SS/AA) vehicle to run a 6 second pass at Hidden Valley Drag Strip on Saturday night.
Davis previously held the track record of 7.07 seconds at 192.19mph, which he set in 2011, but he smashed that on Saturday night with a 6.952 at 198.12mph and 6.982 at 197.45mph.
Davis not only reset his own personal best, plus the track record, but he also took out the win in the Outlaw class against the supercharged A&M Cranes Altered of Adam Murrihy who also ran his first 200mph pass with a 6.845 at 204mph in the finals.
“I really must thank my wife” Davis said with a grin on his face during his trophy acceptance speech.
HVDRA President Jay Jukes was also excited by the new record.
“It couldn’t have happened to a nicer racer. Craig has just finished helping us upgrade our braking area lighting and we joked that now he can see where he is going he’s not scared to go faster.”
It was an all rookie final in the Street Bike class with Jack Kypreos taking out a holeshot victory with a better reaction off the lights against Julian McGow.
The local Beat the Heat team also made it into the finals of Street Car and Super Street but failed to get the win in either bracket. Brett Francis red lit in TheHeat, handing the Super Street win to Brett Francis with an 11.125 second pass on an 11.10 dialin.
Bob Czerniawski, who is no stranger to the podium, took out the Street Car win with a 13.481 pass on a 13.45 dialin.
In other brackets Daniel Foreman defeated Tony Kantros in Super Sedan while Brad Hagen took his first ever career win in Top Sportsman against Allan Arthus.
Darcy Muller was too good for Maddison Sperrer in the Toyworld Junior Dragster bracket and Colin Sainsbury completed a solo final in Modified Bike after Clive Mainland failed to accept the tree.
Racing returns to Hidden Valley Drag Strip on the 16-17 May as part of the 2014 NT Titles Presented by 7mate.

Photo - Craig Davis, Mustang. Photo supplied by Jeremy Horvath,
29 Apr 2014
Full Throttle Promotions, owner of the prestigious Sidecar Grand Slam Series, has announced today it will stage the grand final of the 2014-15 tournament at Arunga Park Speedway in Alice Springs (NT) on Saturday night, March 28 next year.

The decision to take the grand finale of Australia’s premier speedway bike tournament to the Northern Territory is based on the fact that Arunga Park Speedway was recently awarded the 2015 Australian Speedway Sidecar Championship, to be decided on April 4 and 5, 2015. Full Throttle Promotions therefore moved quickly to secure the Saturday night prior (March 28) as the date to stage its series finale in Alice Springs, thus providing speedway bike fans with a magnificent 7 day period that will feature a “Speedway Sidecar Festival” the likes of which the sport has never seen before.

The week-long festival (March 28-April 5, 2015) will comprise the staging of the Sidecar Grand Slam Series Grand Final on March 28, a Championship Dinner on Wednesday April 1, a Street Parade and Meet the Riders session on April 2, the Australian Championship Qualifying Meeting on April 4 and the Australian Championship Final on April 5. It is expected that numerous other activities will be built into the week-long speedway motorcycle extravaganza.

“This announcement is massive for speedway bike fans in Australia and all around the world,” said Full Throttle Promotions spokesperson, Dave Parker.

“As soon as we became aware that Arunga Park Speedway had been allocated the 2015 Australian Championship it appeared totally logical that we should stage the grand final of the Sidecar Grand Slam Series the week before; hence providing race fans with a unique experience that will encompass three world class meetings in the space of 7 days; as well as the chance to take part in numerous social activities. Our aim is to create a week-long festival that provides fans with an opportunity to book holidays in the Northern Territory and be a part of something truly special.”

In 2014-15, the Sidecar Grand Slam Series will be staged across Australia for the fourth consecutive year and organisers are promising the best ever series next term. In addition to the Championship Grand Final being staged in Alice Springs, there will be more than likely two new tracks added to the schedule and a revised format that will provide the SGS with a revamped look that is guaranteed to capture the imagination of fans throughout the nation. The full schedule of events will be announced in coming weeks and the 2014-15 series is expected to feature 8 rounds of competition.

Meantime, the Arunga Park Speedway stadium in Alice Springs hosted a round of the Sidecar Grand Slam Series on March 1 of this year and the event, which was the penultimate round of the 2013-14 tournament was an outstanding success.

“The event we put on in Alice Springs this year was one of the highlights of last season’s series, Dave Parker added.

“The meeting attracted a tremendous crowd and the racing was world class; on what is the biggest track on the series schedule. The speeds are impressive and the riders love the place too. Also, the media in Alice Springs get right behind events like this. When we were there in March this year every radio station in town were requesting interviews, the newspapers provided amazing coverage and the TV and radio advertising campaign was second to none. We are truly excited to be taking the finale to Alice Springs one week prior to the venue staging next year’s Australian Title. What a week for fans!”

To further enhance what will be a gargantuan period for speedway bike racing, Gillman Speedway Stadium in Adelaide has also been confirmed as hosting the penultimate round of the 2014-15 Sidecar Grand Slam Series one week prior to Alice Springs. Fans can therefore see four world class events in the space of 14 days!

“We have strategically scheduled the Gillman round of the SGS next season to be held on March 21 so fans and riders alike can take part in the SGS in Adelaide and then head straight to Alice Springs,” Parker concluded.

Meanwhile, Arunga Park Speedway Club President, Robert Tucker, says he is thrilled that his venue has secured the grand final of the Sidecar Grand Slam Series.

‘We are rapt and this season’s event was a massive success for us as a club,” Robert explained.

“We were very happy with the outcome of staging the Sidecar Grand Slam for the first time this year and straight after the meeting I was approached by David Tapp and David Parker (Full Throttle Promotions) with the idea of staging the final one week prior to the Aussie Title and it made perfect sense that we could collectively create a speedway sidecar festival featuring the biggest meetings in Australia running back to back. My colleague at Arunga Park, Garth Thompson and the rest of the committee discussed the idea in detail and we have committed to what will be an unbelievable week for fans in the Northern Territory.

“By announcing this historic sequence of meetings today we are giving teams and fans around Australia and the world almost 12 months’ notice so they can book holidays and enjoy the biggest festival of speedway bike action that Alice Springs has ever seen.”

Fans wanting to book accommodation in Alice Springs should move quickly. For further information email or phone Robert Tucker on 0410765502.

Regular updates will of course be provided on and on the tournament’s face book and twitter accounts.


- March 21 - Sidecar Grand Slam - Gillman Speedway, SA
- March 28 - Sidecar Grand Slam - Arunga Park Speedway, NT
- April 1 - Championship Dinner - Alice Springs, NT
- April 2 - Street Parade & Meet the Riders - Alice Springs, NT
- April 4 - Australian Championship Qualifying Meeting - Arunga Park Speedway
- April 5 - Australian Championship Final - Arunga Park Speedway, NT

The full schedule for the 2014-15 Speedway Sidecar Grand Slam Series will be announced shortly.

Meanwhile, action from the recently completed 2013-14 Blackchrome Sidecar Grand Slam Series will be screened on the Speed Channel (Foxtel and Austral) on Wednesday night, April 30 at 8.30pm. The one hour highlights show, featuring round 5 of last summer’s tournament at Gillman Speedway Stadium, will be screened on the long running Chequered Flag program.

David Tapp
Managing Director

Mobile: 0402 928 700
Twitter: @DavidTapp2
22 Apr 2014
Australian Motor Sports Club Round 2

Sunday April 13th saw North Australian Motor Sports Club Round 2 of their championship rev up at Hidden Valley.

The day was filled with action from all categories, although, the crowd favourite honours went to the Under 2 litre Improved Production battle of the girls. Racing between Ebon Coats in her Holden Gemini and Karla Karpenko in her Toyota Corolla was so tight they had the race secretary on the edge of her seat each race. The close battles saw the girls switching between 1st and 2nd nearly every lap. “The car is a lot more fun to drive with the new diff gears” Coats was quoted as saying on her recent Hilux differential conversion. Karpenko struck trouble in the opening race with an engine miss fire but her team and herself were able to sort it before race 2.

With combined categories on the day of HQ Holden, Commodore Cup, Improved production over 2 litre and Under 2 litre even Barry Smith was able drive his VP Commodore competitively through the slower field.

Top End Drift Association hit the track with 20 cars showing they still know how to slide best. Heath Page was stoked with his day. Making the best of just 2 sets of tyres lasting the 1st 2 sessions on 1 set of tyres and blowing the 2nd set on the last lap of the day.

Entries are now open for TEDA Round 2 and the 2014 Shamrock Chemicals Motorkhana Series Round 2 both on the 27th April. More information on how to enter and event details can be found at or like us on Facebook for the most up to date information.

Photo: Heath Page - TEDA
16 Apr 2014
Sebastien Tortelli Riding School

Following his successful inaugural visit to Australia Sebastien Tortelli, 2 x World MX Champion, owner of ChampFactory in California is once again coming to the NT. His next training sessions will be $260/rider per day. Training is scheduled to commence on 15th September 2014 in time for the 2014 Supercross being held at Hidden Valley on 20th September. Same contact details as last year Application forms will be emailed. Get in early or you will be travelling to Victoria to catch up with him.
10 Apr 2014
The Alice Springs off road racing club held its first event the K.C AUTO ELECTRICS and BOSCH BATTERY Dirt and Dust at the Mt Ooraminna racing complex on the weekend to get the 2014 season underway
14 competitors made the start line for prologue at 3.30 on Saturday with a good mix across the field, from Prolite through to performance 4wd.
The racing got underway with a change around in the racing format starting with the popular 3x3’s to get the juices flowing, with 2 competitors on the same track ½ a lap apart with all 14 competitors competing in this short format it did not take long for the gremlins to take hold of some buggies, first to fall was Lockie and Paddy Weir in their Prolite with starter ring gear gremlins. Dave Giles in his super 1650 with rear wheel bearing failure. Someone also accidently turned their car off in the 3 x3`s, wounder who that was?
Then the racing started on the 38klm course with Greg Hicks (Prolite) and Andrew Mowles (Prolite) heading the field, an eventful first lap saw all starters get back to the pit with no one retiring.
Time to bolt on the lights and get ready for the night leg to begin which saw the demise of Rod Berry (performance 2wd) with Fuel issues in the Falcon Ute and Clayton Bestman (Ext2wd) Broken suspension arm and rolled 2 times both driver and Navigator all ok.
The 2nd night lap saw 10 competitors greet the chequered flag, with new comer to the sport Mark Taylor in his Holden Rodeo ute (performance 2wd) having fuel issues but able to limp home.
Sunday morning the competitors had 2 laps in a row to finish the event, again the battle for the lead was becoming a 3 way battle between Greg Hicks (Prolite) Andrew Mowles (Prolite) and Dylan Blake (Ext 2wd) with only 1 minute difference between these 3 competitors it was going to be a great battle,
2 more competitors would not finish the 2 laps first to go was Mark Taylor in the Holden Ute with the drive line issues , Mark Bleuel in his Performance 2wd Holden VS Ute blowing a tyre and taking out the Brake line. There was a battle with Craig Prettyjohn (super1650) & Cookie (Sportman1350) and Scotty Raven (Super1650) & Foley (Super1650)
After 2 hard and fast laps the win would go too:
1st Greg Hicks Prolite with a total event time of 1.52.07
2nd Andrew Mowles Prolite 1.52.57
3rd Dylan Blake Extreme 2WD 2.00.51
4th Craig Prettejohn Super 1650 2.11.26
5th James Cook Sportsman 1330 2.13.00
6th Scott Raven Super 1650 2.25.34
7th Wayne Foley Super 1650 2.33.34
8th Craig Meekings Performance 4WD 2.56.16
9th Mark Bleuel Performance 2wd 7 laps
10th Mark Taylor Performance 2wd 6 laps
11th Clayton Bestman Performance 2wd 4 laps
12th Rod Berry Performance 2wd 4 laps

A Big thankyou must go to the event Sponsor, K.C Auto Electrics and Bosch Batteries.
A big thank you to the canteen helpers, Choises Alice Springs , Alice Gold (ice), Spotrties, Central Desert Transport, Sabadin Petrolium, Mick Ackerman Wellding.
The club now gears up for the next event being the N.T Titles to be held on the Anzac long weekend in April with the event for the first time to consist of 5 of 86 klm laps, with night laps included this event promises to be a great one so if any interstate competitors wish to give their machine a good shake down before the Finke desert race this is the event to enter.

Greg Hicks event Winner
18 Mar 2014
The inaugural Shamrock Chemicals Megakhana
On Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 March, the North Australian Motor Sports Club ran the inaugural Shamrock Chemicals Megakhana. Building on the success of the motorkhana series, the Megakhana combined motorkhana courses with straight line acceleration tests and short sprint courses. And where a normal motorkhana event includes six courses over one day, the Megakhana had a massive seventeen courses over an action packed weekend!
27 competitors signed up for this first running of the event, with a diverse range of cars, with budget Hyundai Excels, the classic muscle of a Ford Mustang Mach 1, an Australian icon in the HSV Maloo ute, and a lightweight supercar Porsche 911 GT3. Drivers came from a range of ages and backgrounds, but all enjoyed a friendly social atmosphere.

Di Atkins and Jennie Cordingley having a ball in the Ford Mustang Mach 1.

The Megakhana comprised of three disciplines: Precision, Power, and Pace. The Precision category included ten motorkhana courses that tested competitors’ technical skills in tight manoeuvres around witch’s hats. Motorkhana lends itself to small, light vehicles, but most important is the drier’s ability to react quickly and drive fast, smooth and efficiently. Unbeatable in the Precision category was Adam Cullen in his so-called “Silver Bullet Special” a stripped out Mitsubishi Mirage with not much left other than four wheels and an engine.
The Power category combined three 200m straight line acceleration tests, each with a point of difference, starting with a traditional drag, then a go-to-whoa with maximum acceleration from a standing start and stopping again in a garage. To finish the Power category with a bit of fun, the last test was the Le Mans Navigator Drag, where each competitor had their navigator run a short distance once the green flag dropped, and the driver was only allowed to start their drag once the navigator reached a certain point. Ultimately, as the name suggests, engine output was key to good results, and taking out the win in the Power category was Anthony Feehan in his wild and wailing supercharged Honda S2000.

Jacob Belcher seemed to enjoy testing the 40 year old engineering of his KE55 Toyota Corolla.

Rounding out the categories was Pace, which provided a balance of the Precision and Power categories, with short sprint courses on sections of the Hidden Valley circuit, with some additional chicanes to add to the challenge. The longer stretches made good use of engine power, and the corners testing driver ability as well as vehicle handling. New addition to the Darwin motorsport scene, Scott Murrell, turned up to compete in his circuit racing Nissan Skyline GTS-4. Whilst the four-wheel drive and sheer size of this vehicle meant it suffered somewhat on the Precision courses, car and driver worked well together to take out the win in the Pace category.

Whilst competitors each had their own preferred category, the ultimate challenge was for outright victory. Travis Humm showed great skill and style in his Toyota 86 sports coupe, and a strong performance giving him 3rd place. While his results in the Power and Pace categories were not of particular merit, Adam Cullen’s win in Precision saw his overall time low enough to score 2nd outright. Finally, with 2nd in Precision, and 4th in each Power and Pace, young gun Zach Davis became the inaugural Megakhana champion in his all-wheel drive pocket rocket Nissan Pulsar GTi-R. His total time of 467.34 seconds was only 0.14 faster than that of 2nd place, demonstrating just how close the competition was throughout the event.

Outright event winner Zach Davis puts the power of his Nissan Pulsar GTi-R to use on the drags.

The organisers wish to thank all competitors, volunteers, and spectators for coming together to make such a great event, and to sponsors Shamrock Chemicals for providing financial support to help ensure entry fees were affordable.
By all accounts, this first Megakhana was a roaring success, and competitors are all keen to do it again in 2015. For more information on this and other North Australian Motor Sports Club events, visit, or lookup “NAMSC” on Facebook.

All photos by Nakita Pollock
18 Mar 2014
Katherine Junior racers in the Australian Junior sedan titles
In January, a small but NT proud group of Junior racers competed in the Australian Junior sedan titles in Esperance WA. Corey Greening from Alice Springs, Raymond Thomsen from Katherine, Jai-Cee Everett and Lance Carew from Darwin flew the NT flag with pride and great sportsmanship. These 4 great juniors were supported by family and friends.
Like all national competitions, it was hard and fast racing. Each Junior had to complete four heats. The results from these heats then decided if they had enough points to make the finals. Three out of the four driver were successful. Jai-Cee in her first Aussie title was unsuccessful but still competed hard and only just missed out.
Their overall placings were as follows; Lance Carew 31st, Raymond Thomsen 39th, Corey Greening 51st and Jai-Cee Everett 62nd.
There were 75 drivers competing. Although this was Raymond's last Australian Junior title due to his age, Lance, Jai-Cee and Corey are keen to compete in Mildura in 2015.
The drivers and their families would like to thank their sponsors for their support to make it possible for all of them to race.

11 Mar 2014
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