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Sunday 3rd April 2022 – SMSP Druitt (North) circuit. PREFERENTIAL ENTRIES OPEN

Round 2 of the 2022 Motorsport Australia NSW Supersprint Championship is to be held on Sunday 3rd April on the Druitt (North) circuit of Sydney Motorsport Park.

Series Production Electric Vehicles (EV’s) will be permitted to compete at this event in the Club Competition but will not be eligible to score Championship Points. All EV’s will compete in Class RR4 only and must comply with Type RR regulations, clause 2.13 c) of the Supplementary Regulations and the NSW Speed Event EV Safety Policy.

Hosted by the NSWRRC

Preferential Entries (ie Championship Registrants Only) are open, general entries will open on Friday 3rd March 2022. Entries will be accepted in order of receipt. Entries will close on Friday 25th March 2022.

This event is being conducted under Return to Race safety conditions which means that:
(a) No in person sign-on will be conducted on the day, competitors are to go directly to scrutineering.
(b) Event Entry is online via the Motorsport Australia member portal and online form SSP 09 Risk Warning, Disclaimer, Indemnity & Statement of Vehicle Compliance must be completed and submitted as well. Your entry will not be accepted until both forms have been submitted.
(c) All competitors who do NOT have a Motorsport Australia Log Book must perform a Self Scrutiny Vehicle Check.
(d) There will be no vehicle safety checks in the morning, however self-scrutiny audits will be conducted throughout the day.
(e) Vehicle Registration Papers and/or Log Books are to be presented at Scrutineering. A Scrutineering Label is required prior to competing and will be issued once the scrutineering checks have been made. Helmet checks will be made during audits and not at Scrutineering.
(f) If the Log Book or Vehicle Registration papers are NOT in the Drivers name, an Automobile Legal Owners Declaration must be completed by the legal owner and presented at scrutineering.
(g) Competitors must download and read the Drivers Briefing Information Sheet.
(h) If the Driver is under 18 years of age, a Parent/Guardian Consent must be completed and submitted online.
(i) Please read the Supplementary Regulations. They contain all the requirements for the day:
SSP 10 – Part 1 Supplementary Regulations (Information common to all Rounds of the Championship)
SSP 11 – Part 2 Supplementary Regulations (Information specific to this Round of the Championship)

For more information, please click here to go to the NSWRRC web site Events page.

Do you need to enter a vehicle that is different to the one that you originally registered for the 2022 Motorsport Australia NSW Supersprint Championship?

If so, please click here to complete and submit an online “Vehicle Replacement Form” for consideration by the Championship Administrator.