Affiliated Clubs

Darwin Speedway Riders & Drivers Association (DSRDA)

Northline Speedway, Hidden Valley Motorsports Complex Darwin NT

Web: www.darwinspeedway.com.au

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The venue is located at the Hidden Valley Motor Sports Complex, Darwin, NT and is one of six motorsport disciplines sharing the 94 hectare Complex. The Complex is situated approximately 12 kilometres from the Darwin Central Business District area and is also within a 10-minute drive to Darwin’s International Airport.

 


Darwin Karting Association (DKA)

Hidden Valley Motorsports Complex Darwin NT

Web: www.dka.org.au

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DKA boasts an International Standard racing track and is considered one of the best designs in the country. The DKA and its members pride themselves on welcoming and sharing knowledge with newcomers and insist on being known not only as the friendly motorsport club but as the affordable family motorsport.

 

 


 

DMCCDarwin Motor Cycle Club (DMCC)

Web: www.darwinmotorcycleclub.org

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DMCC Inc. also known as the Darwin Motorcycle Club promotes the fun and safe aspects of riding bikes on the dirt.  DMCC is one of the premier sports clubs in the Northern Territory. Thumpers, Enduro's or Pony Express, if it involves a dirt bike, then this is the club for you. The DMCC doesn't have a track as such but endeavours to find various locations to race.

 

 

 


 

 

Territory Quad Association (TQA)

Hidden Valley Motorsports Complex Darwin, NT

Web: www.tqa.org.au

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The Territory Quad Association (TQA) was established in January 2008 for the purpose of promoting Quad riding in the NT. The current home track is located off Brandt Road, Mickett Creek.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

TEMCCTop End Moto Cross Club (TEMCC)

Catalina Rd Palmerston NT

Web: www.topendmotox.org.au

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Providing a fun safe environment for members and families to improve their skills and showcase great motorsport entertainment to the Northern Territory.

 


 

Tennant Creek Speedway Club (TCSC)

Kaczinsky Road Tennant Creek NT

Web: https://tcspeedway.wixsite.com

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Top End Road Racing Association (TERRA)

Hidden Valley Motorsports Complex Darwin NT

Web: www.terra.org.au

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The TERRA Club Championship comprises 8 to 10 rounds (weather permitting) and each round is made up of 3 X 10 lap races at the Hidden Valley Motorsports Complex. Ride Days generally run every race meeting. 

 


Central Australian Drag Racing Association (CADRA)

Stuart Highway Alice Springs NT

Web: www.cadra.com.au

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Alice Springs Inland Dragway “ASID” built by local volunteers and businesses opened in 2008. It is located next to the Stuart Highway, 15 km south of Alice Springs, alongside the Finke Desert Race start line. ASID is operated by the Central Australian Drag Racing Association Inc. (CADRA) and is affiliated with the Australian National Drag Racing Association (ANDRA).

 


 

Hidden Valley Drag Racing Association (HVDRA)   

Hidden Valley Motor Sports Complex Darwin NT

Web: www.hiddenvalleydrags.com

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Previously known as the King Cobra Rod & Custom Club, Hidden Valley Drag Racing Association was formed in 1969 with the objective of promoting Hot Rodding and Drag Racing in the Top End

After over 2 years of planning, the Hidden Valley Drag Strip was upgraded to include a brand new racing surface, concrete safety walls, improved spectators mounds and state of the art Compulink timing system and 60" green LED display boards (the first of their kind in Australia). 


ASORRCAlice Springs Off Road Race Club (ASORRC)

Mt Ooraminna Race Track, Orange Creek Station, Old South Road, Alice Springs NT

Web: www.asorrc.com.au

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The Alice Springs Off Road Racing Club Inc. commenced in 1984. The track is approximately 40 Kms down the Old South Road, Alice Springs, just south of the Ewaninga Rock Carvings. The track is dry and dusty and is usually a very hot spot but still a lot of fun, if off road racing is your sport.

 

 


TEMRATop End Mud Racing Association (TEMRA)     

Hidden Valley Motor Sports Complex Darwin NT

Web: www.temra.com.au

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Today Mud Racing is the foremost motor sporting event of the NT Wet Season calendar. It is family friendly and an adrenalin junkie's dream. We race from October to March in the Wet Season, boasting the only permanent twin track facility in Australia.

 

 


 

Arunga Park Speedway Association (APSA)

Alice Springs NT

Web: www.arungapark.com

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Arunga Park Speedway complex is on the north side of Alice Springs, just take the Stuart Highway heading towards Darwin, and turn right at Herbert Heritage Drive that leads to the Old Telegraph Station and then turn left into the speedway complex.

 

 

 


 

KMSCKatherine Motor Sports Club (KMSC)

Bicentennial Road Katherine NT

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The Katherine Speedway is a club run association. Our aim is to promote and develop the sport of speedway in the Katherine region.

Our track is situated on Bicentennial Road approximately 3 km’s from the town centre. We run race meetings regularly during the dry season, starting in May and usually winding up in October.

 

 


 

Alice Springs Motor Cycle Club (ASMCC)

Butler Road Alice Springs NT

Web: www.asmcc.com.au

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The club is located some 12km southwest of central Alice Springs. It can be found by heading south out of the "Gap" toward the airport and turning right approx 1km past the "Gap" onto Illparpa Road. Following this road out around 6km to Illparpa there is another bitumen road on the left. This is signposted as both the Motorcycle Club and the Rifle Club. Turn left here. Following this road over the range of hills about .5km. The left dirt road is signposted as the MX club, and entry through the gate on the left will take you to the clubrooms.

 

 


 

Alice Springs Karting Club (ASKC)

Alice Springs NT

Web: www.askartingclub.com.au

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Alice Springs Karting Club is located on the north side of Alice Springs, just take the Stuart Highway heading towards Darwin, and turn right at Herbert Heritage Drive that leads to the Old Telegraph Station and then turn left into the speedway complex.

 

 

 


 

Central Australian Rally Sports Club (CARS)

Alice Springs NT

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Established in the late 1970s as the Central Australian Sporting Car Association, the club used to run up to five rallysprints, motorkhanas, hillclimbs and navigational rallies a year. In 2015 the club became affiliated with CAMS and Motorsports NT.

 

 


 

Top End Drift Assoc (TEDA)

Hidden Valley Motorsports Complex Darwin, NT

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One of TEDA’s main principles is keeping the “Hoons” off the street by providing a safe and legal place for people of all ages and driving abilities to learn and practice advanced driving techniques.  We do this by offering a lower level event on the wet and dry skidpans at Hidden Valley with senior members present to offer tips and advice on car setups and assist with developing driving skills. 

TEDA runs high-level local drift competitions and driver training for more advanced drivers utilising the race track at Hidden Valley.  This gives drivers the scope of honing their skills ready for any competition they may travel to interstate or our own local interstate event, the Drift State of Origin.  Our local drivers have competed in places as far as Japan doing quite well in a saturated market as well as regularly qualifying high in the ranks at places such as Adelaide, Perth and NSW.

 


 

Top End Dirt Kart Assoc (TEDKA)

Hidden Valley Motorsports Complex Darwin, NT

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Top End Dirt Karts, AIDKA affiliated club bringing a new and exciting form of karting to the Top End.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Nhulunbuy Speedway

Nhulunbuy NT

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The Nhulunbuy speedway has been operating since 1973, we are one of the most remote speedways in Australia and the only speedway club in Arnhem land.

 


 

Acacia Hills Motocross club

Acacia Hills NT

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AHMA’s ultimate aim is to grow the sport in the Northern Territory as well as encourage interstate competitors to come to the NT to participate.  AHMA pride themselves on running a family orientated club which promotes healthy attitudes to participation in motocross as well as good sportsmanship

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