SEPT 25/26/27 – WA STATE HISTORIC ROAD RACING CHAMPIONSHIPS

For this event, we have combined the tuning day into the entry for the State Championship if you would like to pre-register.
It’s still the great price of $70.00 for Saturday 25th September. Only open to State Championship Competitors

Entry for our race days are as follows:
Historic Solos/Sidecars : 
Entry fee: $180.00 plus $20.00 for each class.
One class: $200.00
Two classes $220.00
Three classes $240.00

Juniors $200.00

Schedule:
Saturday – Tuning $70.00 per rider (Competitors entered in the State Championship only)
Sunday – Qualifying & 2 races
Monday – Warm up & 2 races
5 Competitors constitute a Championship class so round up your friends and join us for a fun weekend trackside.
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Ridernet link is now open: click here
Any race day or entry queries please send an email to: hcmcracesec@gmail.com

2021 Australian Historic Road Racing Championships.

Here is a the link to the Supplementary Regulations along with Track & pit layout map/How to get to MacPark below and the link for entries via Ridernet:
Omni Sports Management

Any queries, Margaret Trotter will be able to assist: racesec@macparkraceway.org.au

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Our Racing machines...

We have various classes of machinery that we race, all based on Motorcycling Australia's GCR Regulations, these include...
Period 2 Solo's
and Sidecars

VINTAGE Machines built 1920 to 1945

Period 3 Solo's
and Sidecars

CLASSIC Machines built 1946 to 1962

Period 4 Solo's
and Sidecars

POST CLASSIC Machines built 1963 to 1972

Period 5 Solo's
and Sidecars

FORGOTTEN ERA Machines built 1973 to 1982

Period 6 Solo's

NEW ERA Machines built 1983 to 1990

Thunderbikes

1, 2 and 3 cylinder 4 strokes, excludes 150 junior bikes. Races under Modern GCRs.

Juniors

For riders under the age of 16 years

Moderns

Machines of the modern era

about us.

The Club was formed in 1980 and the objective of the Club is to organise events to cater for older racing motorcycles and sidecars in Western Australia and to promote historic competition motorcycle racing in general – “Keeping The Spirit Alive”

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