The iconic sports and racing cars of Group Q & R will be joined by a few magnificent Formula 5000s at the Tasman Festival this December 1 & 2 as they stretch their legs around Sydney Motorsport Park one more time in 2018.
2018 Tasman Festival Entry & Documentation
Entry is now open for the HSRCA’s 2018 Tasman Festival at Sydney Motorsport Park, to be held over the 1st and 2nd of December, with private practice offered on the 30th of November. You are most cordially invited!
We’ll be featuring Q & R Sports Racing, Formula 5000, the Group S Endurance race, the Dawson-Damer Trophy and PRB’s 40th Anniversary. All historic classes are most welcome!
Download event documentation below:
2018 Tasman Festival Provisional Entry List [PDF] As at Tuesday, November 20th
Commentator Notes for 2018 Tasman Festival [DOC] – Download, fill in and return this document to [email protected] to provide our hard working commentators with some background history on yourself and your car.
Private practice will be available on Friday the 30th of November and will be run by the ARDC. Just turn up and pay on the day.
For Friday practice, licence requirements for race days apply. Insurances may be compromised by any variation. If you have a concern, please contact Richard Cardew at [email protected].
Note for Group N Competitors
The Historic Touring Car Association of NSW has requested that we pass on the following information:
- All Group N competition race cars must display HTCA NSW sponsor PAYCE’s windscreen banner on their vehicle
- Please observe and comply with the HTCA of NSW Code of Contact, available for download here [PDF]
- All competitors who set up on the skid pan are entitled to have one support vehicle with their race car
Spectator tickets will be available at the gate on the weekend. Kids 12 and under get in free. Adult tickets are $25 for Saturday, $35 for Sunday and $50 for a weekend pass. Concession tickets are $20 on Saturday, $25 on Sunday and $40 for a weekend pass.
You are most cordially invited to join us at the 2018 HSRCA Tasman Festival at Sydney Motorsport Park
Our final historic race meeting of the year, the Tasman Festival, will be held over the 1st and 2nd of December at Sydney Motorsport Park. We would like to extend a most cordial invitation for you to join us!
Entry is now open via the CAMS Members’ Portal, which you can find on the CAMS homepage:
Further updates and documentation, including a scrutineer checklist and CAMS Disclaimer will be made available on the same pages. Please print the scrutineer checklist and CAMS Pit Lane Disclaimer and bring them along to the event.
The Tasman Festival will see us return to Sydney Motorsport Park’s Gardner (GP) circuit for the first time since the Summer Festival last year. We’re looking forward to the challenging layout and giving everyone the opportunity to stretch their legs around the iconic Sydney circuit.
The meeting will offer a full schedule of events for all groups and the program will be designed to provide plentiful track time for all grids involved. As always, we will work closely with groups to ensure the number and format of events provided is to their preference.
Private practice will be held on Friday the 30th of November and will be run by Sydney Motorsport Park.
Entries are scheduled to close on Friday 16th November 2018. Please enter via CAMS event entry. If that is difficult for you, please get in touch and we will provide a traditional entry form.
We’re always looking for more friends with whom to share a race meeting, so please pass this invitation on to friends and family who would enjoy a fun weekend out with lovely old cars, and encourage them to get involved.
Thank you for your support this and every year – we look forward to going racing with you on the weekend of the 1st & 2nd of December!
With every good wish for a memorable weekend of historic motorsport,
The HSRCA Race Committee
Group S’s Gulf Oil Classic Sports Car Racing Series is set to feature at the 2018 Tasman Festival. The category will support the event with a bumper field that will take over Sydney Motorsport Park with an endurance epic on race day Sunday.