TV Alert! This year’s 2019 Paynter Dixon Sydney MasterBlast ft. the Muscle Car Masters airs on SBS Speedweek THIS SUNDAY 20th October from 1300 – 1500 AEDT.
The stand-alone shows will air on Fox :
Wednesday 30th @ approx. 1900hrs
REPLAY: Thursday 31st @ 1100hrs
REPLAY: Friday 1st @ 0200hrs
The DVD will be available shortly.
ALL PRELIMINARY RESULTS
(Live Race Results – Natsoft.com)
SATURDAY AUGUST 31
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1
Bikes – Dunlop Sydney TT – Race 1 – Red Flagged.
GA Parking/Entry: via Gate A, Ferrers Rd from 6.00am. GOOGLE MAP LINK
ARDC Members Parking/Entry: via Gate A, Ferrers Rd from 6.00am. GOOGLE MAP LINK
Competitor/Teams Parking/Entry: via Gate A, Ferrers Rd from 6.00am. GOOGLE MAP LINK
VIP/Media/Officials/ALPHA guests entry: Gate C, Peter Brock Drive from 6:00am. GOOGLE MAP LINK
See GETTING HERE for directions to SMSP by car or public transport.
Level 1 North Paddock Suites
Top Level North Paddock Building.
Give Dad the ultimate Father’s Day gift with laps around Sydney Motorsport Park!
Our MasterCruise VIP event gives Dad and the whole family the chance to cruise SMSP’s Gardner GP Circuit on the morning of Sydney MasterBlast’s Sunday finale!
Entry is $100 per car. That’s right, you can bring friends and family in for the ride – as many people as you can legally belt up in your car – then stay for the Sunday finale! #vanswin. However, please note restrictions and requirements below.
Breakfast and coffee will be on hand to help with the early start, and camping onsite and accommodation nearby is also available.
Give a gift that Dad will remember!
COST AND INCLUSIONS
– $100.00 plus booking fee PER CAR
– Includes Master Cruise and Sunday GA Access for ALL OCCUPANTS!
– Your own road-registered car.
TIMETABLE – WHAT YOU GET!
From 0600 – If you’re super keen, arrive early and follow the directions of our friendly staff to the main Pit Lane of Sydney Motorsport Park
0630 – Sign on, ARDC Garage Cafe, Level 1 Pit Building overlooking YOUR CAR! (Sign on and validation of licence is compulsory).
0645 – Drivers Briefing in Cafe, f9ollowed by marshalling (and photo ops!) in Pit Lane.
If you miss the briefing at 7am, follow the directions of staff and proceed to the ARDC Garage Cafe, Level 1 Pit Building for a late briefing.
From 0700 – Out on track! For as many laps as you want until…
0800 – Course red, all cars to return to the pits and proceed to parking on P3. Enjoy the rest of the day on us!
RESTRICTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:
– Valid full civil driver’s licence.
– Registered road cars only (sorry, no race cars).
– No car seats/capsules/boosters. Children on Master Cruise must be above 145cm in height and be legally allowed to wear a lap-sash seat belt on public roads.
– Closed shoes.
– Car interior should be free of all loose objects before entering circuit.
SPEED LIMITS AND DRIVING RULES
– The speed limit is under 100km/h.
– One way traffic around the full GP Circuit.
– Enjoy responsibly! Course cars and flag marshals/spotters will be watching! Unruly driving or passenger behaviour will halt the session and the driver will be accompanied from the circuit. Full details will be issued at the Driver’s Briefing at 0645hrs.
The fastest Superkart drivers from around Australia will be congregating at the Paynter Dixon Sydney MasterBlast for the second and final round of the 2019 Superkarts Australia Nationals Series. There will be no shortage of on track action as drivers battle for championship glory in front of their biggest crowd in over a decade.
Defending 250 International champion llya Harpas will be looking to win his fourth title in succession but will have to fight hard against arch nemesis and veteran Gary Pegoraro as both drivers go into the race weekend sitting equal first on points. They will have plenty of competition from drivers such as Matt Bass, the young Victorian sitting third overall, and New Zealander Anton Stevens who has had his fair share of success at the Sydney Motorsport Park Circuit over the years.
The 250 National category will be a race of the elder statesmen vs the young newcomers with John Dunn and John Pellicano attempting to hold off Josh Miller. John Dunn will be looking to claim his first ever SKA Nationals title at his home circuit.
The 125 gearbox category will be the most hotly contested category of all with five or more drivers capable of winning races. Impressive fourteen-year-old youngster Blake Purdie from South Australia will look to consolidate his championship lead by finishing consistently at the front, whilst the two race winners so far this year, Lee Vella and Nicholas Schembri, will be ones to watch during the weekend. Local Sydney drivers will also be keen to register a good result with Adam Cogger a real threat for a race win, and Paul Campbell the reigning champion sure to be in contention at his home circuit.
If the racing in the past is anything to go by, the Superkarts will be a category not to be missed, providing one of the purest racing spectacles available in motorsport today.