Entry is now open for the 2019 HSRCA Spring Festival at Wakefield Park, to be held over the 28th & 29th of September, with private practice on Friday the 27th. You are most cordially invited!
Enter via the CAMS Members’ Portal. Click this link to enter.
The HSRCA Spring Festival will feature the 2019 season finale of Australian Historic Sports Sedans’ John McCormack Trophy, a Regularity enduro and a magic weekend of motorsport for all of our usual historic vehicles.
After our winter meeting in the big smoke, it’s time to head back to the country to welcome spring with the HSRCA Spring Festival at Wakefield Park. The historic race meeting will be held over the weekend of the 28th & 29th of September, 2019. Entry is now open and available via the CAMS Members’ Portal:
All of the up-to-date information and documentation will be made available on the Spring Festival page of the site. Supplementary regulations, general disclaimer and scrutineer check sheet are available from the following links:
2019 HSRCA Spring Festival Supplementary Regulations [PDF]
2019 Spring Festival Scrutineer Check Sheet [PDF]
2019 Spring Festival General Disclaimer [PDF]
The HSRCA Spring Festival will offer races for all of our usual fifth category vehicles as well as speed events for vehicles manufactured up to and including the 1990s and invited cars deemed compatible with those groups.
The meeting will host the fourth and final round of the Australian Historic Sports Sedans’ 2019 John McCormack Trophy series. The Sports Sedans group joined us for the first time in 2018, and were an awesome addition to the meeting. The series has gone from strength to strength since, and we’re looking forward to enjoying another weekend of motorsport with them.
We will also be featuring an enduro event for Regularity. Enduro events provide a unique challenge and are a lot of fun, especially in a team, and we look forward to an interesting and varied field at the Spring Festival.
Finally, the MG Muster that we featured at the meeting last year will make a return with a display of cars by the MG Car Club Canberra, and awards to best performances by MG-powered cars.
As always, thank you for your continued support of the HSRCA and historic motorsport in Australia. If you have any questions about the meeting or have any feedback, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
See you at the HSRCA Spring Festival this September 28-29!
The HSRCA Race Committee