Jun 03 2018

Rapid Sprint Series – Round 4 Results

 

A very successful Wilby round today with a record number of entrants!

Thanks to all the organisers and competitors.

Quinlans Top 10 Shootout Round 4 2018

Rapid Sprint Series Round 4 2018 Class Results

Rapid Sprint Series Round 4 2018 combined

 

 

Apr 21 2018

We are here for a good time at Mitta

Besides running the best event we can for competitors, before and after the action in the forest, forget about interstate rivalry, we want to have a good time.

Friday night will be an opportunity to catch up with old friends at Book In at the new Mitta Mitta Multi Purpose Centre and enjoy a pasta meal put on by the locals.  Meals will be limited to the bar at the Mitta Pub due to a prior booking for a wedding.  Meals will be available at Dartmouth pub, for those staying there.

On Saturday morning, the traditional bacon and egg rolls will be available for breakfast at Rally HQ as well as normal continental breakfast.  They will be serving food throughout the day.

After the competition is over and everyone is in, there is a podium presentation and champagne spray on the oval below Rally HQ, then it is off to the Mitta Pub after a quick clean up.  For those staying at Dartmouth there is a special bus put on to ferry people in at 6pm and back again at 11 pm.

Presentations get underway at 8.30pm with a quick party tape capturing the highlights of the day.  This is put together by a local car club crew, not the NSW or VRC championship vision providers.  Last year their drone captured the early morning misty magic of the service park, the action in the mountains, and Wal Lee’s excursion through the fence into a channel.

Steve Bowen, another local car club member and well known MC and DJwill compere proceedings as well as provide some background mood music.  Being an Evo competitor he should enjoy interviewing our event patron, Jeff Beaumont before handing out the traditional Mitta glassware.

2017 Mitta Mountain Rally winners; Glen Raymond and

Kate Catford with their glass coffins

This year each competitor will receive a Mitta Mountain Rally clothing momento.  We are not sure what to call them as they have so many names or uses, ranging from neck tube, snood, bandana, skull cap, head band, endless scarf, pirate hut… and so on.  They will be just the thing for cool autumn mornings in the Mitta Valley.  By late Saturday evening we might see some more innovative applications, such as blindfold, miniskirt, or boobtube.  You will have to be there to see it!

Mitta road Director, Tod Reed modelling in hat mode and keeping his bare head warm.

Apr 20 2018

Rapid Sprint Series Round 3 – Winton

There are still Plenty of spots available for round 3 of the Rapid Sprint Series being held at Winton on Sun 06 May.

This is the premiere round for the year put on at significant cost to the club so we would like to see a huge showing of support.

You do not need to be a paid member of the AWDCC to enter this event so get your family and friends to enter as well and have a great day of Motorsport.

Timing is provided and the canteen will be open through the day.

Sign ups are available here: https://www.revolutionise.com.au/awdcc/events/

 

Apr 20 2018

Mitta Mountain Rally 2018 – Supp Reggs and Entry Forms

Supp Reggs and Entry forms are available for the Mitta Mountain Rally 2018 over at the North East Car Club Website.

http://www.northeasterncarclub.com.au/mitta-mountain-rally.html

head over to check them out

Apr 10 2018

Rapid Sprint Series Round 2 2018 Results

Congrats to all our class winners from round 2 and to Greg Keen for his outstanding 55 second lap in the Quinlans top 10 shootout.

 

Rapid Sprint Series Round 2 2018

Quinlans Top 10 Shootout Round 2 2018

Apr 10 2018

Mitta Mountain Rally returns again in 2018

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The Border Oils and Batteries Mitta Mountain Rally returns to the rally calendar in 2018, with the third running of the event to be held on Saturday, May 5th.

The rally is a round of the Victorian and NSW Rally Championships, incorporating the Mitta Masters – a Multi Club Event for classic cars and competitors.

It will also be a round of the new-for-2018 East Coast Classic Rally series.

Based out of the township of Mitta Mitta in the north east of Victoria, the event will offer crews 130-140km of competition over five blind stages, on twisty mountain roads.

All roads have been graded in the past 12 months, meaning conditions should be better than ever.

The Border Oils and Batteries Mitta Mountain Rally is being organised jointly by the North Eastern Car Club and Albury Wodonga and Districts Car Club.

Competition will start at 8.00am on Saturday, May 5, allowing for results to be finalised on the day and presentations held that night.

Accommodation in the area will be tight, but the organisers have booked all they can. To make a booking, get in touch with Accommodation Co-ordinator Geoff Dunlop on 0473 017 492 or e-mail dunlop_g@yahoo.com.au and find what suits you best .

Further information on the event will be released over the coming weeks, or keep up to date at www.northeasterncarclub.com.au/mitta-mountain-rally or on Facebook via the Mitta Mountain Rally page.

The organising team has evolved in 2018, and now includes:

Clerk of Course: Col Elliott
Road Director: Tod Reed
Event Secretary: Gary Gourlay
Promotion: David West
Event Checker: Ross Runnalls

Mar 11 2018

Rapid Sprint Series Round 1 Results

A great first round of the 2018 sprint season today.

Thanks to all of our competitors and organizers for a fantastic effort

Follow the links below for the results

Rapid Sprint Series Round 1 2018

Quinlans Top 10 Shootout Round 1 2018

 

Jan 22 2018

2018 Memberships

The AWDCC is now taking membership renewals for 2018. Memberships can be done on‐line at www.revolutionise.com.au/awdcc/ . All memberships are due on January 1 each year. Members are encouraged to use Pin Payments for paying fees. Pin Payments reduce the workload of Club officials, and with over 500 members, any opportunity to save time is appreciated. Pin payments offer the security to members of being able to track their own Club transactions.

Existing members and contacts need to follow the Membership > Renew tabs. They will be asked for their Surname and First name, and also their Date of Birth. If you did not change the generic Date of Birth last year, you may have difficulty renewing. In that event, try either 1/1/1900 or 1/1/2017. During the renewal process, you can change or update any of your details.

There are several levels of Membership.

Social membership is for those who don’t compete, just receive news and come to the odd “social” event. Junior / Student is for those under 18 y.o at Jan 1., or full‐time student (regardless of age) and is required for competing in Club events.

Senior is 18 y.o. and over, and is required for  competing in Club events or for Historic Registration

Family is for , say, parents with children who are juniors or students. No limit on number of family members. Children can compete in motorkhanas from 12 years of age. Family could also be for a couple with no children. Family members over 18 have the same entitlements as Senior Members.
When joining up as a Family, the $65 fee is paid by the “Family – Senior – First Adult”.
Other members of the family join as “Family – Senior – Second Adult” or “Family – Jnr”, and there is no fee.
Each member of the family will need to be entered separately.

A Senior or Family membership is required for Historic Registration.

It is advisable that memberships remain current for the purposes of Historic Registration. Membership cards are printed for members 12 years old and above. Historic Vehicles – The Club recommends that members with Historic vehicles ensure that their membership is up to date. There is a view that your registration is not valid unless your membership is current, and whilst we haven’t seen it tested, we recommend renewing immediately. Members are now able to pay the Historic Vehicle fee with their Membership fee. Please choose the applicable Add‐on fee for the number of Historic vehicles taking part in either the NSW or Victorian schemes.

Paying the Historic Vehicle fee allows the member to take part in the NSW Conditional Registration for Historic Vehicles, Classic Vehicles or Street Rods, or the Victorian Club Permit Scheme for Veteran, Vintage, Classic and Historic, Trailers, Modified, Street Rod, Replica or Machinery.
Historic Vehicle Inspections ‐ The Club will no longer be doing the “Annual Inspection” which has been done previously at the Kinross. It is felt that the vehicles cannot be adequately inspected in that environment, and so, this year, we offer the following options for registration renewals.

For renewals in both NSW and Victoria, the Club will accept the following proofs that an inspection has been carried out and the vehicle is roadworthy…

1. A NSW pink slip from any approved provider.
2. An AWDCC Safety Inspection from the Club’s nominated providers.
3. An AWDCC Safety Inspection from your own mechanic.

In 2018, the Club has nominated the following providers who have set a price for the year.

Pete Nusser Nusser and Azzi 60241576 $55
James Harris James Harris Automotive 60243848 $55
Shane Bradbury Jindera Service Centre 60263345 $20
Simon Morrison Max Carmody Motors 60212368 $40

If you wish to use your own mechanic, we can provide the Safety Inspection report for their use.

Contact David at historic@awdcc.com.au for the blank report.

If you have any questions, contact David on 0427200035, or members@awdcc.com.au

Jan 09 2018

2018 Events Calendar

The 2018 calendar has been uploaded.

Please note that AWDCC are excited to be include our first ever championship round hosted at Winton Motor Raceway as noted on may the 6th.

This will replace our previous inclusion of a BP sprints result in the club championship tally.

Click here to see the calendar

Jun 09 2017

Allan Moffat Dinner 2017

Tickets Available from: https://www.revolutionise.com.au/awdcc/events/9573/

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