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Rob Roy Hillclimb Interclub Challenge - Entries for Round 2 now open

Entries open via the Motorsport Aus website, which is getting easier to use. Always a good day out - come along and join in (now we can!), the more the merrier

Upcoming Sporting Events October -November 2022

Here are the Upcoming Sporting Events for October and November 2022

We look forward to seeing you at the Interclub Round 3, METEC Khanacross or Geelong Revival!

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Les Park Trophy – Sporting Championship Points up to 12th September 2022

Here are the Championship points for the Les Park Trophy up to the 12th September 2022

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PHILLIP ISLAND GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT Regularity – Event 2

Phillip Island Classic Race Day 2021

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2018 Alpine Weekend April 2018

Victorian Alps Australia This clip was shot, produced and edited by Jeff Bee © 2018. I uploaded it with Jeff’s approval. I participated in my 1989 GTA. The event was held 20th-22nd April 2018 organised by Steve and Caroline Kalenderian.There are over 55 known Alpines in Australia. This event had 13 Vic, 1 NSW, 1 Qld & 1 NSW gather for a very enjoyable weekend in the the Victorian Alps.…

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Australian High Country Targa

Mount Buller 2019 Renault and Alpine crews A rushed video put together from photos taken by Renault and Alpine teams and some video I (Rodney Apcar) shot. Apology to those friends who did not appear in this video

Shortest F1GP Display evah

RCCV 2020 Melbourne F1GP Display

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Diecast Rally Racing

Covid19 has brought our sport to a halt in Vic and elsewhere but we can still see car racing.

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CAMS CLUB CHALLENGE HILLCLIMB – 22 September 2019 – Morwell

The club entered two teams of four in this event at Bryant Park.  Team 1 was Glenn Armstrong, Michael Carabella, Angelo Simonetto and Mike Neil. Team two was Geoff Rasmussen, Joel Bryar, Leon Deminey and Peter Stathis. Each person had five runs on the day. They then calculated the difference in time between each persons two fastest runs. They then added the three smallest differences for each team to get a team score. Team 1 totaled 3.039 seconds and Team 2. 2.785 seconds giving them the moral victory. Unfortunately the winning team had a total of .452 seconds as a total. This was less than any one of our competitors. Beyond all that, it was a fun day that all enjoyed and I think all want to do it again…

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