10/10 = 10am -10pm….12 hours of open track drifting!
NEXT EVENT: August 31st
August Entry Forms
AFTER ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL EVENT IN MARCH WE WILL DO IT ALL AGAIN IN AUGUST. WHY? BECAUSE IT IS TOO MUCH FUN!
10/10 Matsuri is a traditional style Matsuri or drift festival event bringing drifters with a variety of experience together for a massive day (and night) of drift. There is lots of open track time, no competition and passengers allowed.
There is a maximum of 120 spots available at each event at a cost of $300 with a powered garage or $200 without a garage. Both entry prices includes 1 ticket and 1 paddock pass. For entrants not wanting a garage they will be allocated space on the lawn in the pit paddock.
The skid pan will be used again in August.
There will be 3 groups that alternate during the day. Groups go out in 30 minute sessions on track and rotate through to 1 hour sessions on the skid pan.
- Group A: Experienced ‘Pro Class’ drifters
- Group B: Experienced ‘Street Class’ drifters.
- Group C - Only competed in a few competitions or little or no competition experience.
Drivers are able to share cars. If you are entered you are able to swap cars. The insurance covers drivers not the cars. If you are entered as a driver your entry fee also allows you to be a passenger in other passenger approved cars.
The minimum age for all passengers is 16 years of age.
The event is being run under a AASA (Australian Auto Sport Alliance) permit rather than a CAMS permit. This means that the AASA sanction the event and provide insurance cover. This does allow some freedoms not normally available under CAMS, but the ASSA and the event promoter are no less concerned about safety than for any other event.
A poorly constructed and installed rollover cage can do more damage than good in the event of an accident.
The AASA do not approve roll cages, so it is up to the person responsible when cars are subject to a safety check at the event. Obviously a CAMS approved cage won't be a problem. Half cages or full cages will be permitted, but they must be of an acceptable standard. Throwing together a rough version of a cage to get around the rules simply won't work and may leave some people disappointed. The rollover cage needs to be well made, preferably by a recognised manufacturer and installed correctly. Anyone thinking of investing in a rollover cage would be advised to do it properly for the long term and install a CAMS approved cage.
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