Its the Maserati Spring Track Day at Phillip Island on Friday 31st August 2018, all RCCV Members are welcome to participate. Please bring your RCCV membership card and CAMS licence on the day.
Sporting Events and Results
… going fast and hard
… going fast and hard
RCCV still in contention after Round 2. Retaining the trophy is not out of the question.
Round 2 of the Interclub Challenge on May 20th and eleven members competed for the club. A first, a second, a third, a fourth and a fifth - good points there.
Round 3 is on October 14th. Need all hands on deck to take it out again.
Half way through the championship year and 21 members have gotten on the score board. Could better last years final tally of 27.
Our friends at the Maserati Club of Australia put on a terrific track day.
More speed minutes for your dollar than hillclimb or motorkhana.
Done Phillip Island,
Done Sandown and again.
Back to Phillip Island again in August.
Get behind the wheel, or see all the action as an official
Passenger rides are back !! yea!!
Can no one catch John Elliott?!! Come one, come all….take up the challenge!!! We now have 22 members racing for the Les Park Trophy! Get your cars out, clean off the cobwebs and come racing to get the adrenaline pumping!!!
Les Park Trophy – Club Championship standings up to and including the Victorian Hillclimb Championship Round 7 at One Tree Hill, Ararat on 10th June 2018.
John Elliott leaps ahead to 11 points clear of Geoff Rasmussen with David Bertuch a bare three points further back. Big jump in players – 21 names on the board now.
Club Champion – standings up to and including PCCV Khanacross at METEC Course, Kilsyth on 6th May 2018. John Elliott’s lead narrows and two more members join the field.
Club Championship standings up to and including Round 2 VSSC & Trident Track Day at Sandown International Raceway on 15th April 2018. John Elliott leading Geoff Rasmussen and David Bertuch, with 11 other not far behind.
Another year rolls around and the Interclub Hill Climb is on us again. This is always a fun day (weather permitting) and the challenge has been won by the RCCV twice. In 2010 and again last year. Now we want to be greedy and win it in consecutive years. To do this we need as many competitors as possible. I know a couple of our regulars are not available for this round due to vehicle issues and other commitments. To be eligible, your car needs to be mechanically sound and fitted with a current fire extinguisher. As a driver, you will need a compliant helmet and be covered from neck to ankles and wrists in non flammable material (cotton or wool). You will also need to be a current club…