Tips and Q&A’s
Yes you may bring drinks and food – however NO GLASS, and NO ALCOHOL is allowed. Don’t forget there are various food options at all our events.
‘Yes anyone that has a safe car or bike, and have held a license to drive or ride their vehicle may race at any of our Fast Fridays and Sunday Fundays. Check out more info on the Competitor tab.
Yes at most events you may pay for a VIP car park that allows you to park your vehicle inside the gates – behind the Chapel. Please DO NOT ENTER THE General pit area as this area is required by racers during the event. We ask you respect that you do not enter the pits and park your car as you may be taking a racers spot whilst they are out making a run.
No not at all, however it does need to be safe and pass a basic scrutineering check.
Not at a normal event. We do have special events from time to time that allow a passenger and they will be noted and advertised as such.
You need to prove that you have held a license to drive or ride your vehicle, eg; you may be under suspension or loss of license period. So you need to prove that you have held one (relative to your vehicle) to be allowed to race at an event.
A learners permit is not a License, and does not qualify you as competent to drive and race your vehicle on the track. Sorry no go.
We usually have credentials and Scrutineering operate till 8:30pm on Fast Fridays, and 12:30pm on Sunday Fundays. Unless we have reached capacity, you should be ok until those times.
If you have a pre 2008 vehicle, with four wheel discs and air bag you can go as fast as 11.0 seconds. If you have a 2008+ vehicle you can go as fast as 10.0 seconds.
Please note that we cannot allow vehicles to run outside this and will ask competitors to slow their car down once and if they still ignore our instructions have to stop them racing any further.
Turn up on time (as we open the gates) and do not muck around between your runs, ie line up again run after run and you will get a fair amount of runs down the track.
This does also depend on the number of stoppages (oil downs, cars breaking engines/gearboxes, diffs and axles). On a busy day people get between 3-4 to 7-8 runs depending on all the above. On a average day people get 6-10 runs plus.
Sorry we cannot allow any pets to the track as Drag Racing is loud and extremely dangerous is a pet got loose – for obvious reasons.