Northern Districts Sporting Car Club

Upcoming Event Information

14th May - OBSERVATION RUN - HAS BEEN POSTPONED - DETAILSTO COME
The Northern District Sporting Car Club is running a Touring assembly in conjunction with a fun drive on the 14th May 2017 and all members of the NDSCC, invited clubs, and others are invited to participate.

Run in two parts, the Touring Assembly section of the event is part of the inter-club challenge and the Fun Drive is a non-competitive observation and drive both are open to all members of the invited clubs. Temporary day membership of NDSCC is available if you are not a member of an invited CAMS car club.

To enter the Touring Assembly section both the appropriate CAMS licence and club membership card is required, while the Observation Fun Drive only requires that one person in the car is a member of an invited club. As stated above, Temporary day membership of NDSCC is available if you are not a member of an invited CAMS car club.

The event starts at the Yamanto Shopping centre car park Warwick rd. Yamanto. On Sunday morning the 14th May At 9 am; but book in is from 8 am. and instructions and Maps will be issued after you book in.

The start is Located in the car park that includes McDonalds and a Caltex service station so a morning Coffee and petrol top up is available before you leave.

Both groups of entrants follow the same all bitumen route using accurate maps. With Simple straightforward map reading navigation on good maps the answers to the questions will be found as you drive along the correct route.

The event is run mainly in the Peak Crossing and Lockyer valleys areas on around about 200 kilometres of sealed rural roads, through some picturesque countryside finishing at a cafe situated in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range near Helidon.
Navigation equipment required is minimum. A speedo in the car and a sheet of cardboard on which to place the maps (the side of a cardboard box) would be handy. A couple of bulldog clips to hold the maps onto the cardboard and a pencil and maybe a rubber and you are right to go.

The use of “Sat Navs” and any “GPS” type of device is prohibited. This is to ensure that the map reading challenge if fair.
It is envisaged that if we get enough people we will have a navigation night in the week leading up to the event where Laurie will explain how to do it and run through practice instructions on the actual maps used.

For any further information or for any questions that you may have, you can email Laurie at: -

lauriegarth@icloud.com and/or info@ndscc.asn.au




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