Entry is now open for the HSRCA’s 2019 Autumn Festival at Wakefield Park, to be held over the 30th and 31st of March with private practice on Friday the 29th. You are most cordially invited!
Click this link to enter the event via the CAMS Members Portal.
Our first historic race meeting of 2019, the Autumn Festival at Wakefield Park, will be held over the 30th and 31st of March with private practice on Friday the 29th. You are most cordially invited!
Entry is now open via the CAMS Members’ Portal, which you can find on the CAMS homepage:
Supplementary regulations are available from the following link, as well as in CAMS Event Entry.
Further documentation and information will be available on the ‘Autumn Festival’ page of the website.
The meeting will offer races for all of our usual fifth category vehicles as well as speed events for vehicles manufactured up to the 1990s and invited cars deemed compatible with those groups.
During 2019 we will celebrate Formula Ford’s 50th anniversary in Australia. We hope to welcome a great field of Formula Fords and, subject to numbers, plan to provide a separate feature race for the earlier Fa and Fb cars and another for later Fc cars.
We would also like send a special welcome to drivers of early model production cars, such as those from Groups Sa and Na. Plans are in place to include those groups in the programme, so please do support those events and pass our invitation on to friends and family who have an early production car and would like a run.
Finally, following on from the excellent support of the PRB 40th anniversary at the Tasman Festival in December, we encourage participation of Clubmans of all sorts with a view to developing a Clubman series.
The minimum desired grid size for the meeting is 15. The program of events and grid composition will depend on the composition of entrants, but as always we will work hard to accommodate individual interests wherever possible. Speed events include regularity, mainly featuring historic period cars, as well as super sprint for faster and later model cars.
Private practice will be offered on Friday exclusively for competitors attending the meeting. Practice will once again be run by Wakefield Park.
The key contact for this meeting is HSRCA Event Manager Rod Wallace, who will be supported by Richard Cardew and the HSRCA race committee.
We look forward to catching up with everyone and kicking off 2019’s historic motorsport season with an entertaining and social Autumn Festival at Wakefield Park.
Wishing you all the best for a magic 2019 and a safe and memorable weekend of historic motorsport,
The HSRCA Race Committee
2019 HSRCA HISTORIC RACE MEETINGS
Autumn Festival – 30-31 March, 2019 at Wakefield Park
The 2019 Sydney Classic – 8-9 June at Sydney Motorsport Park
Spring Festival – 28-29 September at Wakefield Park
The 2019 Tasman Festival – 30 November to 1 December at Sydney Motorsport Park