Entries are open for the Holden Sporting Car Club of Victoria’s annual Come and Try Sprint day at Victoria’s Sandown Raceway this month.
The event is open to both beginners, who are looking to enter motor sport, and experienced drivers wanting to test their road vehicles in a competitive environment.
With instructors on hand to help out first timers, the event is the best way for aspiring drivers to get a education in competing in motor sport.
Clerk of the Course Bruce Lethborg encouraged all interested drivers looking at having fun in their own cars to get involved.
“First timers who have been thinking about taking up motor sport can come and have a try and only require a helmet,” Bruce Lethborg.
“We have been doing this for years and years and it’s always gone quite well.
“We are going to have a BBQ and drinks available for purchase. It’s very enjoyable day where everyone gets to have some fun and do what they can’t do on the street in a road car.”
The entry fee is $220, which includes a CAMS one day license for Come and Try applicants as well as a transponder for those competing in the Sprint.
The sprint will have five classes available and be open to all vehicles conforming to Schedule A and Schedule B of the current CAMS Manual of Motor Sport
Published: 11 September, 2018