Submitted by Simon Pilepich on Wed, 16/01/2013 - 14:31
Melbourne's new motor park will be 60 kilometres from the city on McGregor Road, Pakenham, and will be used by car, motorcycle and go-kart clubs, and as a driver education centre. It is a joint venture between Cardinia Shire Council and Drew Price Engineering.
The South Eastern Automobile Club proudly owns and manages its own CAMS
Having been rested from VCAS competition for a good while, It's Back!!!
In 1984 Kyneton Car Club finally found a place to call home, and was given the use of land at Rollinson Reserve, 180 Redesdale Road, Kyneton.
The most forgivable track in the series by far. Spinning out is not a worry with almost nothing to hit appart from a very disagreeable steel barrier that isa yet to be tested. (But Jade has really tried).
Located in Boisdale on the foothills behind Maffra lays a compact little track. The first hillclimb at the Boisdale was on August 31st, 1968 and over the years the local club members have put together excelent facility and and the most technical track of the series.
Possibly the most unique track in the series with a flyover bridge where one track goes under and the other track goes over. The track has been designed in such a way so that at the point of going under or over, vehicle speed is limited.
"Some say.... it's like the Nurburgring on dirt. Others say it makes Pamela Anderson's curves look straight... and flat.
How Long? 2km
How Dusty? No Dust.
During the seventies, land was purchased at Bagshot, to develop a motor sport complex, to provide members with a stable environment within which to conduct a wide range of sporting and social functions.
The club’s autocross track is located on the outskirts of Mooroopna approximately 10kms from the centre of Shepparton. The track is a gravel/clay surface of 1.4 kms comprising a number of challenging turns, quite fast straight section and a small sharp hill.