2020 Motorsport Australia Zestino Tires
NSW Supersprint Championships
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How to Register for the 2020 State Supersprint Championships
Registrations and Registration Fees can only be processed online.
To register for the 2020 Motorsport Australia NSW Supersprint Championships please click here for the online registration form. This form MUST BE completed and submitted to secure Championship registration
Once you have submitted your registration form you will be given a link to make your payment directly to Motorsport Australia. Please click on that link to make your payment. Please note that Motorsport Australia has called their form an “Online Registration” form, but it is actually their payment form – our actual Online Registration form is accessed through the link in the paragraph above.
If you submitted your online registration and didn’t make your payment, you can pay directly to Motorsport Australia by clicking here.
As in past years, returning registrants have the first right to use the Competition Number that they used in 2019 but only if they completed in at least one round of the 2019 Championship. So, if you didn’t compete in at least one Round in 2019 and you would like to still use the Competition Number that was previously allocated to you, it would be best to get your registration in early to ensure you secure the number. It must be made absolutely clear that if you didn’t compete in at least one Round in 2019, you don’t have any right to retain any number that was previously allocated to you and that a Competition Number will be allocated to you on a first come first served basis. The first right to use last year’s number will be available to returning registrants until the 15th of January 2020.
Finally, the Championship has been extremely popular over the past few years and as places are filled pretty quickly, so please don’t delay in lodging a Registration Form. Registrations are accepted strictly on a “first in” basis.
2020 Zestino Tires NSW Supersprint Championship Calendar
Technical Regulations – 2020 State Supersprint Championships
You can download a copy of the 2020 Technical Regulations so that you will be able to plan what Class your car is eligible to be registered as. This is important as participants in these Championships all compete at a Class and Type level.
To record your vehicle’s Class in the Motorsport Australia’s online MyEventEntry system, first log in to your Member Portal on the Motorsport Australia website, then click on the Event Entry option in the Member Services menu. Click on “Go” to be taken to the MyEventEntry page and then click on “My Cars” from the menu. A list of all your vehicles will be displayed. Click on the vehicle whose class you want to record, then scroll down to the “NSW Supersprint Championship” dropdown selection and choose your vehicle’s class. Click “Save” on the bottom of this page and your class will be recorded for when you next enter a NSW Supersprint Championship event.
Please click on the following link to download a copy: SSP 03 Technical Regulations 2020
Sporting Regulations – 2020 State Supersprint Championships
Sporting Regulations describe the way that the Championship will be run including the Awards that will be available. It also includes the Drivers Code of Conduct which every competitor should be aware of. Please click on the following link to download a copy of SSP 02 Sporting Regulations 2020.
Supplementary Regulations – 2020 State Supersprint Championships
Supplementary Regulations contain the information, rules and requirements for Competitors and Drivers competing in the Championship, and they are published in two Parts to make it easier for competitors and drivers to understand.
SSP 10 Part 1 contains the information, rules and requirements that are common to each Round in the Championship and these Regulations do not change throughout the year. Please click on the following link to download a copy of SSP 10 Supplementary Regulations Part 1. As these regulation do not change throughout the Championship year, once they are understood they don’t need to be re-read for every Round.
SSP 11 Part 2 of the Championship Supplementary Regulations contains the information, rules and requirements for Competitors and Drivers for each particular Round of the Championship, and are specific to that particular Round. The Host Club for that Round will publish SSP 11 Part 2 of the Championship Supplementary Regulations when entries are open for that Round. Please click here to go to the Championship Entries page and scroll down to the particular Round to download SSP 11 Part 2 which will be available there if the entries for that Round are open. As these regulations differ with every Round, they need to be read and understood for that specific Round.
It is vital that competitors and drivers have read and understood both Parts of the Supplementary Regulations before leaving to compete at an event to prevent possible fines (eg for arriving late to a Drivers Briefing) or exclusion (eg for vehicle not complying with the safety requirements). Acceptance of your entry to an event is based on the understanding that you have read and understood the regulations for the event. If there is something that you don’t understand, please contact the Event Secretary of the Hosting Club whose contact details will be available on the event entry.
Expressions of Interest – 2021 State Supersprint Championships
Competitors who are registered for the current year (2020) Championships will be advised by email when registrations open for the 2021 Championships.
Competitors who are not registered for the 2020 Championships who would like to be advised when registrations open for the 2021 Championships, please click here to complete and submit an online Expression of Interest for the 2021 Championships. Those who have submitted an EOI for 2021 will be advised when 2021 registrations open at the same time current competitors are.
Please note that when registering for the 2021 Championships, competitors will be asked to nominate if they want a trophy if they qualify for one. If the choice is “Yes”, competitors will be required to collect their trophies at either the first or second rounds in 2022 otherwise their trophies will be recycled.