Becoming a Member
The 2021/2022 membership form for the Historic Sports and Racing Car Association is available as a PDF or DOC file from the following links. Just right-click and select ‘Save As’ to download it to your computer:
Then simply print the form, fill it in and post it to the address on the form, or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will get back to you as soon as possible. Renewal fees via direct deposit are $135 for a renewal and $60 for associate members.
Please note that since our membership years runs from 1 July to 30 June mid-year membership fees are pro-rated; contact the club for the current fees.
If this all sounds a bit too complicated just click here and request a Membership Application Form via post.
The Historic Sports and Racing Car Association of New South Wales is a community built around good friends brought together by a shared interest in historic sports, racing and touring cars and a love for the golden age of motorsport.
At its core, the HSRCA is a social club and we are very proud of the camaraderie and friendship that sits at the core of everything we do. Our events, both social and competitive, are welcoming and relaxed and boast a wonderful atmosphere that ties in to the community experience and helps to recreate the atmosphere, buzz and excitement of the golden age of motorsport.
Each year we organise and run several historic race meetings at New South Wales circuits, including Sydney Motorsport Park and Wakefield Park. These meetings provide race, regularity and super sprint events for race, sports and touring cars from the ’20s through to the ’90s.
We also hold regular club meetings, social events, club plate runs and driver training events. Head over to our calendar to see what’s coming up.
Members receive ‘The Oily Rag’, our quarterly magazine which is regarded as one of the finest in the country. The Oily Rag is currently only available through membership of the HSRCA, the Victorian Historic Racing Register (VHRR) and the Historic Racing Car Club of Queensland (HRCC).
Have a browse around the website and come along to an event or two to get a feel for things. We’re looking forward to meeting you and hope you’ll join in the fun!
The HSRCA Constitution
The HSRCA Constitution is available here for download. Updated October, 2021.
Once the full document is downloaded to your desktop click on the Acrobat PDF icon, print and complete the form and post to the address at the top right of the form.
Please note: The download is a PDF file, so you will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view or print the pages. The Adobe Acrobat Reader is freely available and may be downloaded from the Adobe web site by clicking here.