Cure Angelman Syndrome - $500
Steven Walter Children’s Cancer Foundation - $500
As luck would have it for us, the race gods were smiling down on us, providing us with some moderate temperatures and a blaring sun. For those of you who are not acquainted with our club, there is one thing you must know. We are a family, not a corporate entity who takes your money and never wants to see you again. As such we found ourselves at the beautiful Nurragingy Reserve, with tent work, drinks and a BBQ.
Not only was there the obvious trophies to hand out, but we even threw in a lucky door prize. Seeing one of our lucky members getting a movie voucher to the value of $50.
Its amazing how motorsports can bring so many different types of people together and bond, even subaru guys with evo guys!
Trophies this year come courtesy of one of our major motorsport relationships, NULON. A massive thanks goes to them accordingly!
For those who missed out, 2017 is going to be a massive year and the dates for our events have now been listed!
What a day!
Not only was the sun shining, but the wind was blowing....so much so that our tent chose to pack itself up and head home. A big hats off to the volunteers who braved the horrendous blazing sun and skin tearing winds to keep all competitors up to date with timing and of course to make sure the day ran smoothly.
By all reports the day was once again a great success (I sound like a broken record!). We had a few of the familiar faces, but also some new ones. For a change up, Dave from DOPhoto came and carved up the media scene with some epic photos. We will sure be in touch again for his awesome camera work.
As good as the day was, its sad to say that thats the last event for the year.
Hope to see you at the presentation for results, trophies and maybe a beer!
The day started off with a buzz! After the unusually large delay between round two and this round, the anticipation and energy was electric amongst all competitors. A little bit of niggle was exchanged and off we went on the pan.
Running side to side for this event the large concrete barrier was a little too close for some peoples comfort, and fortunately everyone drove accordingly. Many of the circuits that were run required continual pirouettes of cones and for those who didn’t have a passenger or it was their first time, they found it very hard to keep to the course.
The full skidpan was donated to us by our lead motorkhana driver Rob Benkovich. Incorporating all aspects of motorkhana car control: weave control, rotation control and of course just general course following skills. Another full pan that started off with a lot of unknowns but after one run all competitors knew what had to be done and things got competitive.
As results show the AWD guys were led once again by Rob Benkovich, this time however Nik Stanyer was right on his heels. Morgan Skelton was up there also in his WRX. This category is going to really come down to the line in round 4!
The FWD group saw Philip East in his Mini Cooper top out the round. It almost seemed like no-one was in his league. Judging by how this category has rotated through winners its anyones guess as to who is leading the table.
In the RWD class the GT86 seems to have been the model of choice, taking out the first few places. Its going to be tough to compete with them but there are a few other skilled drivers in the class who might have something to say in round 4.
All in all it was another great event. Luckily the threatening clouds never unleashed however the breeze had a bit of chill to it. Until Round 4!!