Safety Check

Every vehicle has to complete a basic Safety Check before you are allowed out on the track. This is for your safety, and the safety of those around you on the track. Scrutineering will take place on Saturday Morning. Once your car has passed, you’ll receive your vehicle registration number/stickers/Wristband and you will have access to the track.

Timing

Saturday 13 June 2020: 8am - 11:30am

If you miss out on registration/safety check times, you will not be allowed onto the track. No exceptions and no refunds!

Here is a basic checklist that will be checked for upon entry.

All Vehicles:

  • NO WOF or REGO required.

  • Brake lights (Must be in working condition)
  • Bonnets (Bonnets must be on the car all the time, unless it is a dedicated vehicle with blower etc. hanging out the bonnet).
  • Indicators (Not required for dedicated track cars)

  • Legal thread on the tyres

  • Battery Clamps (Must be secured and not able to move, even if it's in a battery box).

  • Fuel Leaks

  • Oil Leaks

  • Wheel Nuts secured

  • Seatbelts (A seatbelt is required for all drivers and passengers out on the track. Even the vehicles from the factory without a seatbelt, it should have one installed).

  • Noise Limit (All tracks have noise limits and you are to obey by the track limits. If your car exceeds the limits then you will be asked to rectify this and if still persists then you won’t be allowed at the event with no refunds)
  • Firewall

  • Structural Damage
  • Door Cards (This is recommended as safety, however it is your responsibility if you don't comply) We will NOT decline you if this is not done.
  • No exhaust/waste gate out bonnet (This is recommended as safety, however it is your responsibility if you don't comply). We will NOT decline you if this is not done.
  • Headlights (this is a requirement for all vehicles wanting to participate in the Twilight Sessions. If you are a dedicated track car with no headlights, you will still pass scrutineering, however you want be allowed on track after 5pm).

Race Cars:

  • Race suit (All race suits must be minimum of single layer fire retardant. SFI or FIA approved.)

  • Approved helmet and enclosed footwear

  • Rollcages

  • All cars with a modified engine must have an overflow bottle and oil catch can if one isn't already fitted


Mirror Tints

Mirror tints are ok for drifting only, however if you want to go out cruising, you'll need to either open your windows, or remove the driver and passenger front window tints. Nothing allowed on the front windscreen.


Personal Safety/Sessions Safety Requirements for sessions:

Cruising Sessions

  • Seatbelts (No seatbelt, No track time). Even if the vehicle did not come out without seatbelt from the factory.

  • Passengers welcome
  • Enclosed Shoes

  • No neck brace is required and no race suit is required.
  • Vehicles equiped with roll cages that is in front of the driver must have padding on it.



Drag Racing/Roll Racing

  • Seatbelts (No seatbelt, No track time)

  • NO passengers allowed
  • Enclosed Shoes

  • Race suit (All race suits must be minimum of single layer fire retardant. SFI or FIA approved.)

  • Helmet

  • Foam Neck Brace - For vehicles fitted with a standard lap and diagonal 3-point belt system. A foam roll/collar types is acceptable.
  • No HANS/FHR devices needed for vehicles eqiuped with standard lap belt.




Racecar/Drifting Sessions

  • Seatbelts/Harnesses

  • Enclosed Shoes

  • Race suit (All race suits must be minimum of single layer fire retardant. SFI or FIA approved.)

  • Approved helmet

  • HANS/FHR Device - For vehicles which have a 4 point harness or great, there are various tethered devices available including Hans, NecksGen REV, Impact Accel or Simpson Hybrid.
  • Neck foam for factory vehicles with lap belt.
  • Passengers ONLY allowed on full caged cars. (Passengers must have the same safety gear as the driver)



Horsepower Session

  • Seatbelts OR Harnesses

  • Enclosed Shoes

  • Race suit (All race suits must be minimum of single layer fire retardant. SFI or FIA approved.)

  • Approved helmet

  • HANS/FHR Device - For vehicles which have a 4 point harness or great, there are various tethered devices available including Hans, NecksGen REV, Impact Accel or Simpson Hybrid. 
  • Neck foam for vehicles with no cages.
  • Session is dedicated for race cars & vehicles over 400KW.
  • Passengers allowed only in caged cars with the same safety gear as the driver.


Passengers

  • Unless approved by event staff on the day, passengers are only allowed into the cruising sessions (Drive Your Mates - DYM).

  • If approved, passengers must be wearing the same safety gear as required by the driver (see above).

  • If you want to try take passengers in the Drifting Sessions, you must have a full weld in roll cage, fixed back seats and harnesss as well as same safety equipment as the driver.
  • Track Staff reserve the right to remove passengers if safety is an issue prior to you getting out on the track.
  • No passengers allowed for Roll Racing and/or Drag Racing.

 

Please take the time to check over your car and gear prior to the event to make sure you get out on the track without any problems.

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