In these trying times, why not try ending the year on a high note?
The official Queensland Super Sprint State Championship is only 3 months away, being held at the home of Super sprints, Morgan Park Raceway.
Starting with a practice on Friday the 12th, before moving on Sprints held on 2 different tracks on 2 different days (13th and 14h of November 2021).
Promoted and run by the team at Warwick District Sporting Car Club Inc this event is not to be missed if you “love to sprint”.
Day one will see all competitors show their talents driving the 3km circuit then backing up the next day on the classic 2.1km circuit. 3 timed laps with a flying finish for both standing and rolling start competitors, with 3 runs on the Saturday, and 3 on the Sunday.
For the first time, the State Championship will also include a rolling start group. This will be capped at 16 entrants, but if we get a lot of interest, we may open it up to two groups. To nominate, please select any class with “Historic” in it. To keep it fair as possible, anyone in the rolling starts group will not be eligible for the overall State Champion position (but will be eligible for class trophies)
Best times (total run) from both days will be combined to give a total time to determine who will take out the title of Queensland Super Sprint State Champion! Not only will we have a State Champion, but we will have class State Champions too (all appropriately socially distanced!)
If all stays the same, trophies will be handed out at the conclusion of sprinting, on the canteen deck. At this time, any trophy winners can let us know if they would like it engraved with their name or not (pick up at either the Presentation Dinner at the end of November, or any time after that).
The champions name will be added to our board of champions, and all champions will be invited to join their fellow competitors and attend our barbecue dinner, with a fun passenger track day during the day, on the 27th of November!