HVORRA would like to congratulate Maurie Fuller on receiving the OAM (Order of Australia Medal) for work in the Kempsey Macleay community area and Services to Motor Sports.
Please note that as of the 1/1/2018 a new Clubman Licence will be introduced for Off Road. This will be a cheaper licence that will entitle you to compete up to and including State Level Events. If you wish to compete at National Level you will still require a National Off Road Licence and at this stage if you wish to compete at Condo you will still require a National Rally licence. If your licence is due for renewal in December or January and you wish to purchase one of the Clubman Licences ensure that you advise CAMS Licensing that that is what you require as forms may not be changed until next year.
The new licence and cost is below:
COJ $35 Age 14-15
CONJ $35 Age 12-15
CO $140 Age 16+
CON $140 Age 16+
PLEASE NOTE and competitor wishing to use a Single Event Licence for events in 2018 will need to purchase it on line from CAMS and it will be YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to ensure you do this in time to receive it from CAMS before the event. Event Secretaries will not have ANY Single Event Licences to sell at the event.
NSW SOP CHAIR/AOC Commissioner
Here is some info on a Charity Car Cruise . May be of some interest to you or your Club Members to check out.
Oz Show Cars Charity Cruise will take to the open roads in May 2018 in a leisurely paced cruise - Sydney, Marulan, Canberra, Batemans Bay, Ulladulla, Nowra and Kiama.
Open to All Makes & Models.
The Cruise commences at Pheasants Nest on Saturday 12th May & finishes at Kiama on Monday 14th May.
The organisers of the Cruise, Oz Show Cars & Leisure Coast Auto Electrics & Mechanical have gone to great lengths to ensure that the entrants will experience an outstanding weekend cruise of Driving - Unlimited Laps on Marulan Circuit, Luxury Accommodation & the Finest Food for every Palate.
The Track Day on Saturday 12th at Marulan Circuit from 9am to 4pm will be for the exclusive use of the Cruise Entrants: A MDTC Licence is required and can be purchased on the day for $20 - All Drivers & Passengers who drive the track must be over the age of 18.
2 Nights Luxury 4 Star Accommodation - Buffet Dinner & Breakfast Included - Saturday 12th - The Diplomat Boutique Hotel Canberra - Sunday 13th - Sebel Harbourside Kiama.
Service Vehicle with Qualified Mechanic & Auto Electrician for the duration of the Cruise.
For Full Details, Cruise Schedule & Online Registration - please visit our website on the following link.
Maximum number of Cars for the Cruise will be 30 - Registration Fee: $750 per Person [ minimum of 2 persons per car].
Charity Cruise 2018
Hi All Car, Bike & machinery enthusiasts,
Here is your reminder for 2018, with the new poster. If you can fit our event into your 2018 Club Calendar , it would be most appreciated.
Oakville Volunteer Fire Brigade is 72 years old and as a brigade are working to making this years event special. We will send new poster with updates/ reminders as info comes to hand. Looking forward to catching up again , see you there.
Oakville Fire Brigades Family Fun Day & Car Show, 15th April 2018.
Hoping to see you there with your toy of choice to help make our day another beauty. We have organised the venue and have had a short word to the weather God and I'm sure he said the weather would be great for our day. Spread the word; bring a friend with their toy. With your help we hope to make this years the best yet.
At the Pitt Town and District Sports Club 139 Old Pitt Town Road Pitt Town.
This year’s Car Show & Fun Day again, has all the fun of the fair with all sorts of rides for the youngsters & the young at heart plus all sorts of vehicles from all eras. What will be the People’s Choice this year? With the line-up of cars including Off Road Buggies & Trucks, Micro Cars, Motor Cycles (Indian, Moto Guzzi, Vintage Japanese etc.) Morris Minors , Datsun’s , Anglia’s, Prefect’s , Ford GT’s , Holden HSV Club cars,, Mustangs, Chevy Classics , Dodges, Valliant’s, VWs ,Ute’s, you name it, even Buses . Most of these vehicles and machines call the Hawkesbury, Nepean Valley home plus some from surrounding areas and it is the best chance to get a look at some pretty amazing toys locally in the one place. This year it we are expecting more of the later model modified cars to make their presence felt.
The double Decker Buses will be taking the younger children for maybe their first ride, & the older ones (30 & over) to days gone by. There will be Trike rides as well The Car Show Starts from 10am & the Rides start around 10am. Presentation for the Judging of the cars will take place about 1.30pm .
For the Car entrants , it will be a $10 entry fee, and a Gold coin donation for spectators.
Gates open at 8am for the entrants.
Craft, Curiosity & Show bag stalls will be in attendance. This is the Brigades Fund raiser for the Year.
A Great chance to check out the facilities at the Pitt Town & Districts Sporting Club who host this event for the Brigade.
The Show starts at 10am with something for everyone. Some rides for the Kids to entertain them. Come along and bring the family and be a part of a great day of fun, whilst checking out some amazing cars and machines.
If you need any more info ring Ian’s mob 0407 774 348
Catcha in the Dirt,
contactPlease be advised that there is a CAMS Silver Module being run at Wakefield Park (Goulburn / Tirrannaville) on Saturday 4 November 2017. This Module is scheduled to commence at 9:00 a.m. & run until roughly 6:00 p.m.
A Silver Module is a generic module for those CAMS-Accredited Officials who wish to take the next step in upgrading their current Bronze level accreditation.
People who hold CAMS Silver level accreditations are able to perform the role that they are accredited in up to (& including) national level events. For example, a person who holds a CAMS Silver Event Command accreditation is eligible to perform the role of Clerk of the Course at a national level CAMS-permitted event in any discipline (e.g. rally, off road, race, etc.).
In order to obtain a Silver level accreditation, a person would need to currently hold a Bronze level accreditation, successfully complete the Silver Module & undertake & pass an event assessment for their specialisation (e.g. Scrutineering) within four (4) years of successfully completing the Silver Module.
Should people within your club wish to register to attend this upcoming training module, please direct them to the following link:-
If you wish to discuss this matter in further detail, please feel free to contact Shawn Fitzgerald on 02 87361219 or 0488 081882.
Please be advised that CAMS is calling for nominations for each of its Commissions, as some sitting CAMS Commission Members’ terms are due to expire on 31 December 2017. The term for incoming CAMS Commission Members is three (3) years (1 January 2018 – 31 December 2020).
Please note that sitting Commission Members are able to renominate for the positions that they currently hold to seek an extension of their term.
For more information, please see the following media article on the CAMS website:-
Please note that nominations close at 5:00 p.m. AEST on Friday 29 September 2017.
Please feel free to contact me, should you wish to obtain further information. - Shawn.Fitzgerald@cams.com.au
CAMS Off Road are seeking feedback to consider the implementation of 4WD to the Pro Buggy Class, which also incorporates vehicles that are truck based bodies (Trophy Truck). Click here for a short survey which consists of seven questions that will take no longer than five minutes to complete.
The Off Road community is invited to put forward their response to help assist in the decision making process regarding whether 4WD drive trains should be included within the Pro Buggy Class.
The release of the July edition of the Australian Off Road Commission Summary click here highlights the need for further discussion surrounding the inclusion of Four Wheel Drive (4WD) buggies into the Pro Buggy Class,
With the 2017 Hedweld Group of Companies, Milbrodale Mountain Classic only 4 weeks away,
we have 10 entries.
The weather has been kind to us this past week which we hope will assist in reducing dust.
Don't forget to get your entries in, we look forward to seeing you there.
Next Working Bee: TBA
Next Club Meeting: Wednesday 26th February 2020 @ Singleton Diggers Club at 7:30pm
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