Getting Started for a Ringwood Hillclimb Event

  • Become an MG Car Club Newcastle Member visit Membership
  • Apply for a CAMS L2S Speed Licence and enter all your personal and car details within CAMS Event Entry including your MGCCN Membership Number and CAMS Licence Number.
  • For Speed Events the following will be a requirement to enter a speed event:
  • Australian Standard a Racing Helmet , Racing Shoes, Racing Suit, 1KG Fire Extinguisher to AS 1841.5 install within the cabin at an accessible location.
  • Visit www.mgcarclub.com.au > Motorsport > Getting Started
  • Reserved Numbers:  to look at the current list, see below > apply for a vacant Ringwood car number > note the specification of the racing number > request confirmation via rickrevhead3@gmail.com
  • We strongly recommend that you attend a members club night, not only to make new friends, but to gain more knowledge of Motorsport .
  • Install a blue triangle to be fixed to the car to indicate the battery location.
  • Install a CAMS approved five point seat harness this may not be required for certain classes check with Scrutineers.
  • Familiarise yourself with CAMS Event Entry process ensure all of your personal and car details are current within CAMS Event Entry CEE select your MGCCN Hillclimb class please read the Event Supplementary Regulations via the club website and for information about the Competition Classes and the allowable modifications for your car, see below.
  • Visit www.mgcarclub.com.au > calendar > events > Round number & date > www.cams.com.au > CAMS event entry > Pre enter the event > payment procedure > print receipt
  • Arrive at Ringwood Motor Sport Park at 7.30am on Competition Day, visit the Secretaries Office produce your MGCCN Club Membership Card and CAMS Licence Card ,receive your Scrutineering Form, present your car at the Scrutineering Bay for a Safety Check ,and verify your class with the Scrutineers
  • Attend the Drivers Briefing at 8.45am
  • Please feel free to ask any member any questions you may have, we want you to feel welcome at any MG Car Club Event.
  • We do encourage members to be active within the club attending CAMS Training Courses, is very beneficial in obtaining accreditation with the smooth running of club events.

 

Getting Started for a Non-Speed Event (Motorkhana/Khanacross)

  • Apply for membership MG Car Club Newcastle
  • Apply for CAMS – L2 -Non Speed Licence, > www.cams.com.au
  • Minimum clothing requirement is non flammable material to cover arms, legs, leather shoes, helmet & goggles for open cockpit vehicles for more detail information please contact www.cams.com.au
  • A safety check of all competing vehicles will be carried out prior to the drivers briefing this includes secure seat belts, tyres in good condition and secure wheel nuts.
  • For information about the Competition Classes and the allowable modifications for your car, see above.

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