Licence and safety requirements by ET
As your times step up, so to will your equipment requirements in order to ensure that you are as safe as possible when racing at Calder. Remember Motorsport is Dangerous so take is seriously!
Check out the ANDRA guide here on what you need to do, or call the ANDRA Tech dept on +61 8 8271 5355 or send the guys a note on their Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/ANDRATechnical/
Basically, to go racing at Street Meets or RollRacing events all you need is a safe vehicle that passes basic safety checks on tyres, brakes, steering, liquid leaks and no loose items in the boot or in the vehicle. You need to “have or held” a Drivers License & we’ll issue you with a DDL (Divisional Day License) if you are not a member of ANDRA and do not need a permanent ANDRA Drag Racing Licence for;
- Cars 10.50 seconds and slower, for cars originally fitted with airbags and 4-wheel disc brakes
- Cars 10.00 seconds and slower, IF 2008 or later built model cars
- Motorcycles 10.00 seconds and slower
- Motorcycles 9.50 seconds and slower, on a unmodified* production motorcycle (we issue you a DDL as part of your entry)
IF YOU ARE FASTER THAN ANY OF THE ABOVE – Then you do require a tech / log book and racing license, so check with ANDRA office (as per above).
To Race your Street Car at either Street Meets or Rollracing you need long pants and top, enclosed footwear and an approved helmet.
To Race your Street Bike you need Leather Jacket/Gloves/Boots & Long pants (leather preferred) and an approved helmet of course.
Passengers (only at Select events) must be 18 years of age or over. To ride as a passenger, a spectator ticket must be purchased as normal at the gate and an Passenger/indemnity form must be completed at Credentials (then get a passenger Race armband), Passengers need to be wearing the same safety gear as the driver (ie; helmet, full clothing, etc).
Helmet selection guide
Need to know what helmet you can take when you race? Check out the ANDRA Helmet Selection Guide here. Remember its up to you whether you have a $50 helmet or a $1000 one that meets the standards – if you get stuck – we have some for sale at the sign in/credentials office for $99.