Dave Morrow will be one of the drivers competing in the hillclimb staged by the Coffs Harbour and District Sporting Car Club at
Dave Morrow will be one of the drivers competing in the hillclimb staged by the Coffs Harbour and District Sporting Car Club at

Car drivers will have Raleigh hill to climb



THIS Sunday Raleigh international Raceway comes to life with the Coffs Harbour and District Sporting Car Club holding their first hillclimb in three years on the fantastic track.

What promises to be a great day of motorsport action with a different variety of cars the Coffs Coast rarely gets to see in action.

From open wheelers to road cars and purpose built hillclimb machines with all drivers pushing to the limit on the 900 metre Raleigh Raceway track.

Cars are required to be fitted with a fire extinguisher, blue triangle(for battery location) and secondary bonnet fasteners (ie: bonnet pins) with drivers requiring an approved helmet meeting AS1698 standards,clothing of non-flammable material from neck to wrist ans ankle and also CAMS and car club licences, both available on the day.

Cars will be checked at scuitineering starting from 8am with competition starting at 10am.

An entry fee of $65 is all it takes to get the adrenalin pumping as you push yourself and your car to the limits in this exiting form of motorsport.

Spectators are well catered for with refreshments available at the Raleigh Raceway canteen while being able to view the entire 900 metre track from the fantastic viewing spots.

Any further enquires can be made by contacting Bruce McDougall on 0427561469.



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