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BREAKING NEWS: Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Rallysprint reduced to four rounds

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION!

NSW STATE GOVERNMENT HEALTH REQUIREMENTS FOR EVENTS

The NSW Government Health Requirements for events is evolving and the exact nature of any restrictions may change in the lead up to the event. NSSCC will provide details of the requirements closer to the event.

November event moved to December, January Round Added – > READ MORE

Are you ready to RALLY?

You don’t need a supercar to enter, in fact just about any car will do… borrow your mother in laws Toyota Camry!

  • Practically any car can enter
  • If it’s a safe car, you can use it
  • Non registered cars are ok
  • Simple onsite scrutiny from 3pm
  • No roll cage needed
  • No Co-Driver – No worries, you can enter without
  • Perfect for juniors, over 14 can enter
  • Friendly team will help you get started
  • First car starts at 6pm

2021/22 Dates

Round 1
Thursday, December 16, 2021
Round 2
Thursday, January 6, 2022
Round 3
Thursday, February 10, 2022
Round 4
Thursday, March 10, 2022

Did you know that a co-driver is not mandatory for this Seasons Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Series?

Whilst you can’t win an award or score points, you can enter the event without having a co-driver. So if you’re having trouble finding someone to sit beside you, why not enter anyway!

Do you plan on entering your 4WD Car? Or are you a 2WD kinda person? Whatever your preferred option, FWD, RWD or 4WD, make sure you enter this season. We’ve got plenty of cool stuff going on at this seasons events, so make sure you enter a round or two.

Want to make sure you’re mates know this event is on? Easy, just SHARE this Page!

Do you love cool cars? Do you love Rallying? Then you’ll love the Whiteline Tarmac Rally Sprint Series! Head out to to have a look.

The 2021/2022 Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Series is held at Sydney Dragway, Eastern Creek. You don’t need to be an experienced rally driver to compete at the Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint. In fact you only need to be over 14 years old to compete. So if you want to drive your standard, modified, race or rally car fast on a road circuit in a safe and controlled environment, then you should come to the Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Series held in Sydney on a weeknight each month during summer.

Entries are Open!

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Entries for the Season and for Single Rounds are open!

If you are unsure or have any questions, please check out the FAQ’s below and read the Supplementary Regulations found in the Documents section.

WELCOME!

On behalf of NSSCC we welcome your participation at this seasons Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint 2021/22.

NEW CHANGES:

This event reflects several more NEW updates based on feedback from previous years events as well as the impact from the COVID pandemic:

  • Single drive entry option.
  • Revised track layouts – more changes for this season with new areas available.
  • Keep reading for more benefits.

WORDS FROM THE TEAM:

As the event director leading a motivated team of volunteers, I have implemented as much as we can based on feedback from you, our customers.

This STILL is the closest tarmac rally event to Sydney, giving you reduced travel costs to get to and from the venue, as well as a fun location for servicing your car.

We look forward to you joining us this summer.

THE ROADS:

The roads are a mix of fast, slow and challenging sections suiting all cars. 100% of the course is smooth asphalt.

MEDIA:

This year again, awesome media packages are available to purchase when you enter the event. The media packages will feature footage of your vehicle and various levels of packages are available. Find out more information below on the video packages and last year’s event PR Media Guide.

Above all, we want you to leave with a smile!

Brett Middleton – Clerk of Course

Entries List – Round 1
16th December 2021

110

Entries Received

0

Entries Left

  • Martin Mcrae / Greg Pointing / Liam Staples - Mitsubishi Mirage
  • Liam Staples - Mitsubishi Mirage
  • Brett Douce / Tba Tba - Vw Golf GTi
  • Kevin Hinchliffe / Sharna Hinchliffe - Ford Sierra Cosworth
  • Aidan Gillett / Maya Keys - Bmw 323i
  • Paul Noble - Bmw M140i
  • Lucas Holloway / Simon Elliot - Toyota 86
  • Michael Caine / Mark Newman - Maxzda RX7
  • Andrew Bollom / Tba Tba - Mazda RX8SP
  • Jakob Overduin / Daniel Thackray - Bmw 135i M Sport
  • Daniel Cunningham - Honda Civic
  • Phil Heafey / Tba Tba - Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI
  • Charles Morgan - Toyota 86
  • Andrew Hawkins / Susannah Solbrandt - Toyota GR Yaris
  • David Isaacs / Aeron Napper - Mitsubishi EVO 9 RSGT
  • Mark Robinson / Tbc Tbc - Toyota MR2
  • Aidan Williams / Daniel Williams - Suzuki Ignus
  • Mitchell Hine / Patrick Dolahenty / Craig Hine - Subaru Impreza
  • Jack Hills / John Hills - Mitsubishi Evo 9
  • Louise Taylor / Stuart Taylor / Jenny Taylor - Subaru Impreza Wrx
  • John Hills / Jack Hils - Mitsubishi EVO 9
  • Paul Jackson / Esther Allen - Peugeot 205
  • Jake Beattie / Dallas Beattie - Subaru WRX
  • Mark Caine / Dan Brown - Toyota/holden/bmw/porsche 86/ute/M5/928S
  • Dean Mullen / Patrick Kelly - Hyundai Excel
  • Andrew Collier - Renault Clio 172 RS
  • Ryan Freeman / Lachlan Macalister - Subaru Impreza WRX
  • Alex Lyons / Ben Waldock - Subaru Impreza WRX STI Spec R
  • Benjamin Waldock / Alexander Lyons - Nissian R34 Skyline
  • Andrew Ericson / Jamie Ericson - Hyundai Excel
  • Jamie Ericson / Andrew Ericson - Hyundai Excel
  • Zachary Elven - Nissan 200sx
  • Stephen Muller - Vw Golf
  • Myles Phillip-clarke - Subaru Impreza RS
  • Jackie Cheung - Subaru Impreza WRX STI
  • Josh Harrison / Jamie Ericson - Holden Commodore
  • Malcolm New / Ben Perry - Toyota Mark II
  • James Birmingham / Conor Riordan - Honda Civic
  • Thomas Gilfedder - Subaru Impreza WRX GF8
  • Benjamin Neal / Tba Tba - Lexus IS200
  • Darian Mcgarry-watson - Subaru STI
  • Andrew Best / Jaymie Rowland / Tba Tba - Ford Focus RS
  • Ben Dengate - Subaru Forester
  • Joshua Redhead / Matthew Redhead - Mitsubishi Evo V
  • Craig Coombs / Ben Leonard - Mitsubishi Lancer
  • Adam Spence - Bmw M3
  • Adam Gosling / Archie Gosling - Mercedes A45S
  • Tim Clark / Leonie Clark - Audi RS4
  • David Deece / Jon Deece - Renault Clio
  • Steve Spada / Christina Condon - Toyota Yaris
  • Kiara Zabetakis / George Zabetakis - Ford Fiesta Xr4 St150
  • Aj Evans / Levi De Leeuw - Ford Falcon Wagon
  • John Mackie - Subaru Rs
  • Geoffrey Bott - Nissan Skyline R33 GTR
  • David Saltana / Jennifer Taylor - Hyundai Genisus Gt380
  • Andrew Fraser / Elizabeth Holroyd - Porsche 911 Turbo
  • Tim Blake / Tba Tba - Subaru Impreza WRX
  • Garry Oliver / Tba Tba - Nissan 180SX
  • Tim Hunter / Craig Day - Holden Commadore VR Ute
  • Craig Day / Tim Hunter - Holden Commodore VR Ute
  • David Candy / Cameron Candy - Mitsubishi Lancer
  • Giuliano Meoli - Ford Focus RS
  • Roberto Meoli / Dominic Mccarol - Nissan Pulsar
  • Steve Smith / Sally Jensen - Subaru WRX STI
  • Sally Jensen / Steve Smith - Toyota 86
  • Tim Weston / Tba Tba - Mazda 3
  • Stuart Fell - Yamaha YXZ1000R
  • Bethany Cullen / Tba Tba - Mitsubishi Evo 6.5 RS
  • Treise Mcilhatton / Paddy Miskelly - Honda Civic
  • Arundel Lance / Luke Job - Subaru WRX STI
  • Wayne Movigliatti / Ella Movigliatti - Lexus Is2””
  • Ella Movigliatti / Wayne Movigliatti - Mitsubishi Lancwr
  • John Stanton / Steve Thompson - Porsche 924
  • James Scott / Christine Fury / Mitchel Fury / Cameron Cook - Fpv GT
  • Bradley Arnold / Steve Brumby - Datsun 1600
  • Stephen Marsh / Zoe Marsh - Datsun KB310 Sunny
  • Zoe Marsh / Stephen Marsh - Datsun KB310 Sunny
  • Mat Davey / Wayne Movigliatti - Toyota 86
  • Greg Denton - Subaru Impreza WRX
  • Craig Jeffries / Greg Denton - Subaru WRX STi / STi Spec C
  • Michael Denham / Jake Denham - Holden Ute
  • Warren Denham / Jake Denham - Holden Ute
  • Cameron Denham / Jake Denham - Toyota GT4
  • Craig Trevenar / Jordan Trevenar - Mazda MX5
  • Jordan Trevenar / Craig Trevenar - Ford Falcon
  • Kay Kelly / Michael Kelly - Hyundai Excel
  • Hatchman Shane / David Hatchman - Holden Ve
  • Mike Jones / Tba Tba - Holden Commordore
  • Aaron Lewis / Tba Tba - Toyota Corolla
  • Neal Bates / Coral Taylor - Toyota Celica GT-Four
  • Lewis Bates / Coral Taylor - Toyota Celica GT-Four
  • Harry Bates / Tba Tba - Toyota GR Yaris AP4
  • Darryl Bush / Tba Tba - Toyota Corolla WRC
  • Sam Elliot / Harry Bates - Toyota 86
  • Steve Brumby / Heather Brumby - Alfa Romeo GTV
  • Daniel Beckinsale - Nissan Pulsar N15
  • Dimitri Agathos - Subaru Impreza WRX STI
  • Steve Normoyle / Karyn Armstrong - Holden Commodore SS
  • Michael O'hagan / Patrick Skelton - Ford MK2 Escort
  • Adam Burgess - Bmw M140i
  • Cameron Brett - Nissan Skyline R32 Gtst
  • Warren Phillip-clarke - Sunaru Impreza RS
  • Chris Vanzyl / Tba Tba - Hyundai Excel
  • Freya Whitehead / Dieter Holzl - Bmw 320
  • Dieter Holzl / Freya Whitehead - Bmw 320
  • Edward Merewether / Jen Gillott - Renaultsport Megane
  • Christopher Stevens / William Stevens - Mazda MX5 Nb
  • Amy Hine / Leone Harris - Hyundai Excel
  • Mark Kingsbury - Vw Golf
  • Matthew Holt / Stewart Harrington - Hsv CLUBSPORT

NAMING RIGHTS PARTNER: Whiteline

Whiteline boasts a worldwide reputation as a leading manufacturer of replacement, enhancement and performance suspension components that deliver significant gains in vehicle balance, steering precision, grip levels and outright driving performance.

VISIT WHITELINE

Entries List – Round 2
6th January 2022

61

Entries Received

39

Entries Left

  • Martin Mcrae / Greg Pointing / Liam Staples - Mitsubishi Mirage
  • Liam Staples - Mitsubishi Mirage
  • Kevin Hinchliffe / Sharna Hinchliffe - Ford Sierra Cosworth
  • Aidan Gillett / Maya Keys - Bmw 323i
  • Lucas Holloway / Simon Elliot - Toyota 86
  • Michael Caine / Mark Newman - Maxzda RX7
  • Jakob Overduin / Daniel Thackray - Bmw 135i M Sport
  • Daniel Cunningham - Honda Civic
  • Phil Heafey / Tba Tba - Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI
  • Charles Morgan - Toyota 86
  • David Isaacs / Aeron Napper - Mitsubishi EVO 9 RSGT
  • Mark Robinson / Tbc Tbc - Toyota MR2
  • Mitchell Hine / Patrick Dolahenty / Craig Hine - Subaru Impreza
  • Jack Hills / John Hills - Mitsubishi Evo 9
  • Louise Taylor / Stuart Taylor / Jenny Taylor - Subaru Impreza Wrx
  • John Hills / Jack Hils - Mitsubishi EVO 9
  • Paul Jackson / Esther Allen - Peugeot 205
  • Jake Beattie / Dallas Beattie - Subaru WRX
  • Mark Caine / Dan Brown - Toyota/holden/bmw/porsche 86/ute/M5/928S
  • Ryan Freeman / Lachlan Macalister - Subaru Impreza WRX
  • Alex Lyons / Ben Waldock - Subaru Impreza WRX STI Spec R
  • Benjamin Waldock / Alexander Lyons - Nissian R34 Skyline
  • Andrew Ericson / Jamie Ericson - Hyundai Excel
  • Jamie Ericson / Andrew Ericson - Hyundai Excel
  • Stephen Muller - Vw Golf
  • Myles Phillip-clarke - Subaru Impreza RS
  • Josh Harrison / Jamie Ericson - Holden Commodore
  • Malcolm New / Ben Perry - Toyota Mark II
  • James Birmingham / Conor Riordan - Honda Civic
  • Thomas Gilfedder - Subaru Impreza WRX GF8
  • Pieter Degunst / Lana Degunst - Toyota GT86
  • Andrew Best / Jaymie Rowland / Tba Tba - Ford Focus RS
  • Joshua Redhead / Matthew Redhead - Mitsubishi Evo V
  • Adam Spence - Bmw M3
  • Kiara Zabetakis / George Zabetakis - Ford Fiesta Xr4 St150
  • Aj Evans / Levi De Leeuw - Ford Falcon Wagon
  • David Saltana / Jennifer Taylor - Hyundai Genisus Gt380
  • Tim Hunter / Craig Day - Holden Commadore VR Ute
  • Craig Day / Tim Hunter - Holden Commodore VR Ute
  • David Candy / Cameron Candy - Mitsubishi Lancer
  • Arundel Lance / Luke Job - Subaru WRX STI
  • John Stanton / Steve Thompson - Porsche 924
  • James Scott / Christine Fury / Mitchel Fury / Cameron Cook - Fpv GT
  • Stephen Marsh / Zoe Marsh - Datsun KB310 Sunny
  • Zoe Marsh / Stephen Marsh - Datsun KB310 Sunny
  • Michael Denham / Jake Denham - Holden Ute
  • Warren Denham / Jake Denham - Holden Ute
  • Cameron Denham / Jake Denham - Toyota GT4
  • Craig Trevenar / Jordan Trevenar - Mazda MX5
  • Jordan Trevenar / Craig Trevenar - Ford Falcon
  • Christopher Stevens / William Stevens - Mazda MX5 Nb
  • Amy Hine / Leone Harris - Hyundai Excel
  • Matthew Holt / Stewart Harrington - Hsv CLUBSPORT
  • Greg Pointing / Martin Mcrae / Liam Staples - Mitsubishi Mirage
  • Andrew Sparkes / Fiona Sparkes - Hyundai I30N
  • Richard Whitehead - Ultima Can Am
  • Maurice Masini / Michael Spiteri - Ford Falcon
  • Simon Evans - Polaris RZR
  • Craig Coombs / Ben Leonard - Mitsubishi Lancer
  • Oliver Sellars - Mitsubishi Evo 9
  • Darren Blake - Subaru Impreza WRX

MAJOR PARTNER: Shannons

Shannons Insurance has some of the best and very competitive insurance solutions for car enthusiasts. Shannons insurance products are especially tailored to the needs of the motoring enthusiast – with features like limited use and club plate cover, laid up cover for restorations, insurance for daily drives, as well as home and contents cover.

Shannons was the brainchild of the late Robert Shannon who created an insurance business in the early seventies run by enthusiasts, for enthusiasts. Shannons insurance products are specially tailored to the individual needs of motoring enthusiasts and relies on direct contact with clients rather than through other agents or brokers.

Today, as part of the Suncorp Group, Shannons has offices in all state capitals, the ACT and Northern Territory. Across Australia Shannons is the first choice of motoring enthusiasts when it comes to insuring their special cars, motorcycles and homes, as well as the day to day cars of owners. Head to the Shannons Insurance website for all your insurance needs, or call Shannons on 13 46 46 to discuss your insurance needs and make sure you mention you are a NSSCC Member.

VISIT SHANNONS

Entries List – Round 3
10th February 2022

59

Entries Received

41

Entries Left

  • Martin Mcrae / Greg Pointing / Liam Staples - Mitsubishi Mirage
  • Liam Staples - Mitsubishi Mirage
  • Kevin Hinchliffe / Sharna Hinchliffe - Ford Sierra Cosworth
  • Aidan Gillett / Maya Keys - Bmw 323i
  • Lucas Holloway / Simon Elliot - Toyota 86
  • Michael Caine / Mark Newman - Maxzda RX7
  • Jakob Overduin / Daniel Thackray - Bmw 135i M Sport
  • Daniel Cunningham - Honda Civic
  • Phil Heafey / Tba Tba - Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI
  • Charles Morgan - Toyota 86
  • David Isaacs / Aeron Napper - Mitsubishi EVO 9 RSGT
  • Mark Robinson / Tbc Tbc - Toyota MR2
  • Mitchell Hine / Patrick Dolahenty / Craig Hine - Subaru Impreza
  • Jack Hills / John Hills - Mitsubishi Evo 9
  • Louise Taylor / Stuart Taylor / Jenny Taylor - Subaru Impreza Wrx
  • John Hills / Jack Hils - Mitsubishi EVO 9
  • Paul Jackson / Esther Allen - Peugeot 205
  • Jake Beattie / Dallas Beattie - Subaru WRX
  • Mark Caine / Dan Brown - Toyota/holden/bmw/porsche 86/ute/M5/928S
  • Ryan Freeman / Lachlan Macalister - Subaru Impreza WRX
  • Alex Lyons / Ben Waldock - Subaru Impreza WRX STI Spec R
  • Benjamin Waldock / Alexander Lyons - Nissian R34 Skyline
  • Andrew Ericson / Jamie Ericson - Hyundai Excel
  • Jamie Ericson / Andrew Ericson - Hyundai Excel
  • Stephen Muller - Vw Golf
  • Myles Phillip-clarke - Subaru Impreza RS
  • Josh Harrison / Jamie Ericson - Holden Commodore
  • Malcolm New / Ben Perry - Toyota Mark II
  • James Birmingham / Conor Riordan - Honda Civic
  • Thomas Gilfedder - Subaru Impreza WRX GF8
  • Pieter Degunst / Lana Degunst - Toyota GT86
  • Andrew Best / Jaymie Rowland / Tba Tba - Ford Focus RS
  • Joshua Redhead / Matthew Redhead - Mitsubishi Evo V
  • Adam Spence - Bmw M3
  • Kiara Zabetakis / George Zabetakis - Ford Fiesta Xr4 St150
  • Aj Evans / Levi De Leeuw - Ford Falcon Wagon
  • David Saltana / Jennifer Taylor - Hyundai Genisus Gt380
  • Tim Hunter / Craig Day - Holden Commadore VR Ute
  • Craig Day / Tim Hunter - Holden Commodore VR Ute
  • David Candy / Cameron Candy - Mitsubishi Lancer
  • Arundel Lance / Luke Job - Subaru WRX STI
  • John Stanton / Steve Thompson - Porsche 924
  • James Scott / Christine Fury / Mitchel Fury / Cameron Cook - Fpv GT
  • Stephen Marsh / Zoe Marsh - Datsun KB310 Sunny
  • Zoe Marsh / Stephen Marsh - Datsun KB310 Sunny
  • Michael Denham / Jake Denham - Holden Ute
  • Warren Denham / Jake Denham - Holden Ute
  • Cameron Denham / Jake Denham - Toyota GT4
  • Craig Trevenar / Jordan Trevenar - Mazda MX5
  • Jordan Trevenar / Craig Trevenar - Ford Falcon
  • Christopher Stevens / William Stevens - Mazda MX5 Nb
  • Amy Hine / Leone Harris - Hyundai Excel
  • Matthew Holt / Stewart Harrington - Hsv CLUBSPORT
  • Benjamin Neal / Tba Tba - Lexus IS200
  • Greg Pointing / Martin Mcrae / Liam Staples - Mitsubishi Mirage
  • Andrew Fraser / Elizabeth Holroyd - Porsche 911 Turbo
  • Adam Browne / Richard Whitehead - Lotus Elise
  • Justin Wanschers / Silvina Wanschers - Subaru WRX STI
  • Silvina Wanschers / Justin Wanschers - Subaru WRX STI

MAJOR PARTNER: GFB

GFB products are proudly made in Australia to the highest standards. Their range of innovative and high-quality products include diverter/ blow-off valves, boost controllers, wastegates, fuel pressure regulators, pulley kits, short shifters and other performance components. Their products are meticulously designed and manufactured in Australia from the highest-grade materials and deliver real performance outcomes, without making the car difficult as a daily driver. GFB has a team of dedicated, enthusiastic and passionate individuals who are regular competitors at the NSSCC Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Series and make the GFB name what it is today.

VISIT GFB
Go Fast Bits

A fresh concept in rallying

Watch the introduction video on how you can enter in your road car, and be safer and have more fun than you thought!

The Concept

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Event Documents:

WTRS 21/22 Round 1
Supplementary Regulations
WTRS 21/22 Round 1
Covid Venue Plan
Coming Soon!
Scrutineering
Instructions
Coming Soon!
WTRS 21/22 Round 1
Seeded Entry List
Coming Soon!

MAJOR PARTNER: DBA

Disc Brakes Australia is an Australian owned manufacturer, designer and global marketer of after-market and OE disc brake rotors, drums, rings, hats, nuts and brake pads.

With over four decades of manufacturing experience and unsurpassed knowledge through research and development, DBA has positioned itself as Australia’s most awarded manufacturer and a global leader in brake rotor development and manufacturing.

VISIT DBA

Last Season Results – 2020/21

Download 2020/21 Pointscore
Round 1

17 November

Round 2

1 December

Round 3

10 December

Round 4

11 February

Round 5

11 March

Become an Official

Grab your own spectator point, contribute to the rally community and earn free membership at one of Sydney's oldest and largest clubs!

Sign Up Now

Course Map

The proposed course for the 2021/22 Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint. The red line is the proposed long course planned for the December, February and March rounds. The yellow shortened course will most likely be used during the November round due to Dragstrip surface requirements. It’s looking like being a fantastic course with the extension through the new carpark.

Overview of Vehicle Requirements

  • Blue Triangle Battery Sticker is required.
  • Safety Triangles are NOT required.
  • Mud Flaps are NOT required.
  • A Motorsport Australia compliant first aid kit is NOT required (but suggested).
  • A Fire Extinguisher is NOT required (but suggested). If you do have fire extinguishers in the vehicle (1kg minimum) they must be securely mounted and not with tek screws.
  • Slicks, rally tyres or road tyres are allowed.
  • Tyre warmers are allowed.
  • Race cars, drift cars, etc are allowed as long as they have safe seating for the Co-Driver and a fully operable passenger door from the inside. If this is not the case, the Driver only entry option is available.
  • You must remember that the Driver and Co-Driver must be safe, so internal door trims and leg protection must be in place in case of a side impact. So please be sure ample roll cage padding is used as well as no hard objects such as modified dash mounts and centre consoles are present.
  • Bonnet pins are not required if you still have the factory fitted catch and secondary catch operational.
  • Road registration is not required.
  • Roll cage is not required in a closed car (but recommended). If you have an open top car you need a Motorsport Australia compliant cage (NOTE: fitting a hardtop does not make the car a closed car).
  • Full harness seat belts are not required (but recommended)
  • FHR (Frontal Head Restraints) are not required but encouraged.

2021/2022 Video Packages

OHM Productions will be providing extensive video coverage of each round of the 2021/22 Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint. Two highlights reels and three competitor stories will be produced from each round.

In addition to the videos produced for the event, you can get your own video made. OHM Productions has a range of series and single round packages to suit all budgets. You can buy your package during the entry process or anytime after by contacting the team at OHM Productions on videos@ohmproductions.com.au

Play Video

See an example here

Single Round
Package 1

$140

Raw unedited footage compiled from ANY 1 round of the Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Series.

Single Round
Package 2

$190

Fully edited feature video with music soundtrack from ANY 1 round of the Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Series.

Single Round
Package 3

$385

Fully edited feature video with music soundtrack from ANY 1 round of the Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Series. Includes team provided on-board footage and driver/co-driver interviews.

Season
Package 1

$450

Raw unedited footage compiled from all 4 rounds of the Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Series.

Season
Package 2

$610

Fully edited feature video with music soundtrack from all 4 rounds of the Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Series.

Season
Package 3

$800

Fully edited feature video with music soundtrack from all 4 rounds of the Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Series. Includes team provided on-board footage and driver/co-driver interviews from at least two rounds.

All video packages include:

  • Approximately 10 separate shots from cameras around the course at each round
  • Provided as an MP4 Video file in High Quality 1920×1080 HD format
  • Uploaded to a Google drive for easy download

Rallysprint Photographs

Like the photographs used on this website? They were all taken by motorsport photographer Roy Meuronen, and Roy will be back as our official photographer again for the 2021/22 season. Want to purchase a high resolution photo? Roy has a website full of motorsport photographs from last season and will post all of his photographs for sale this season. Check out his work.

VISIT ROY MEURONEN PHOTOGRAPHY

MAJOR PARTNER: Premier Pools

Premier Pools has been one of Sydney’s leading concrete swimming pool builders since it began in 1983, earning an enviable reputation for excellence in design and construction of quality swimming pools.

From a fuss free simple backyard plunge pool to an opulent creation on the most difficult of sites, Premier Pools will build your swimming pool to the highest standard in a professional manner at a competitive price.

Premier Pools has designed and constructed 7000 pools in 38 years. Some of Australia’s largest and best known commercial and residential builders choose Premier Pools to design and construct their pools, as They are recognised as industry leaders.

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Motorsport Safety

Once again, each event will have a Medical Intervention Vehicle (MIV) on standby in the unlikely event that there is an incident that requires medical attention. Jeff Woods from JW Motorsport Services will be at each of the four events.

Overview of Crew Requirements

  • A civil drivers licence is not required.
  • Both crew must have a Motorsport Australia Licence (Speed Licence or higher).
  • Both crew members must be a member of NSSCC to enter. If you are a member of another club, you can apply for the special NSSCC Summer Membership for $25 (expires at the end of March). If you want the Junior Series deal, you must be a FULL NSSCC member.
  • Both crew need a Motorsport Australia approved Helmet. This must be in good condition and not look like it has been kicked around your garage.
  • If you have a FHR (Frontal Head Restraint) we expect you to wear it. It is not compulsory for this event but recommended.
  • Apparel: Long non-flammable clothing that covers from ankle to neck to wrists (if you own a driving suit we expect you to wear it) and closed shoes. Apparel regulations can be found here: Technical Appendix (motorsport.org.au)
  • Drivers of 14 years and over can enter.
  • Co-Drivers of 14 years and over can enter.
  • Triple Driver entries in one vehicle is NOT allowed. The maximum amount of Drivers per vehicle is two.
  • The same Co-Driver can ride in multiple cars.

Series Partners

Haltech

Haltech has been at the cutting edge of engine management technology since it first opened its doors in 1986.  Today, Haltech ECUs are sold in over 50 countries around the world. They are the driving force behind many record-setting race vehicles. Haltech branches in the UK, Europe, New Zealand and United States ensure the products are processed, delivered and supported in every corner of the globe. The company is credited as being the first in the world to develop real time engine management calibration.

Pro-Speed Racing

Located on the NSW Central Coast, Pro Speed Racing is a retailer, wholesaler and importer of premium automotive parts and accessories to suit all popular performance cars with a particular focus on Subaru WRX, Toyota 86, Subaru BRZ, Mitsubishi Evolution and Ford Mustang.

Pro Speed Racing specialise in distributing some of the world’s leading aftermarket performance brands.

Lazer Lights

Since it was founded in 2010, British manufacturer Lazer Lamps Ltd has been at the forefront of LED technology, bringing world class technology to its customers, and in the process setting the standard in automotive auxiliary lighting solutions. Combining competition beating performance with automotive quality standards, Lazer products are recognised as leaders in their field. Following success across Europe, the company is delighted to be offering their products across Australia and New Zealand, with local warehousing based in Canberra, and sector specific Sales Support Managers.

Proudly manufacturing products in the UK, Lazer has introduced market leading products to light the road ahead.

Hyundai N Performance

Born in Namyang, Honed at Nürburgring. Every High-performance N is designed by passionate experts and born at the Hyundai Motor Namyang R&D Center. Afterward, the performance cars go off to the Nürburgring in Germany, one of the world’s most grueling race tracks, to undergo rigorous testing and inspection. Through this painstaking process, N technology has been refined and reborn.
N is never boring; it translates horsepower into unforgettable fun experiences. N overwhelms your driving experience with unlimited joy that leave you craving for more. N motivates all driving enthusiasts to stay true to their passion. N fulfills your needs for a more accessible performance category.

TME Motorsport

Transformance Mechanical Engineering (TME) is an Automotive Engineering workshop that provides clients with optimal solutions for their automotive needs. Their facility includes a vast array of equipment, meaning they have the right tools for the best possible result.

Having the correct equipment is one part of the automotive engineering puzzle, they also have the engineering expertise needed to utilise the equipment to its full potential and give their clients the best possible result. The Managing Director of TME is Steve Hunt, who is not only a Chartered Professional Mechanical Engineer and Mechanic, but importantly just like you, Steve is also a car guy. Steve’s passion is anything related to automotive engineering with a focus on quality, as a result, whether it be a general service, a complete motorsport build or anything in between, if you care about your vehicle, TME will love working on it.

SRT Design and Construction

SRT Design and Construction are your go to builders for any renovations, decks, pergolas, building maintenance or that tricky unique building job that no one else seems to be able to quote on.

Club Members get a 10% discount on on any project – Speak with Club Member Stuart Taylor now on 0412 211 530.

Dashsport

Dashsport is a race and rally car preparation business in Sydney’s Northwest. Many of the cars here at the Tarmac Rallysprint are prepared by Darren Williams and the team at Dashsport. In addition to car preparation, Dashsport specialise in Mitsubishi parts distribution. Contact Dashsport on 0415 984 987.

Evolution Racing Spares

Evolution Racing Spares is a specialist in wrecking and dismantling Mitsubishi, Toyota and Subaru Performance Vehicles including Lancer Evolution 1-10, GSR, RALLIART, Toyota GR Supra and GR Yaris, 86 and Subaru BRZ. Their primary function is dismantling and wrecking performance vehicles to provide the widest range of quality used parts at affordable prices. In addition, they stock brand new genuine and aftermarket performance parts from their partners to suit all models.

Team ERS Performance is their mechanical workshop and is the result of many years of experience modifying and racing. Through Team ERS Performance, they provide performance modifications as well as a general vehicle servicing and maintenance.

BG of Australia

Since 1971, BG Products, Inc. have been manufacturing professional-use high-performance products and service equipment to the Automotive Industry. Since then, the brand has become synonymous with outstanding technical excellence.

With origins in the U.S, BG Products are sold worldwide and have received endorsements from several international Original Equipment Manufacturers. Everyday, over 100,000 service workshops use BG products and services, and they are available to automotive professionals throughout Australia.

AGI Roll Cages

Precision engineered and built to the most stringent quality standards, AGI precision roll cages understand each of the singular requirements for all the different motorsport disciplines and work with you to find the best solution for your roll cage needs.
AGI Roll Cages pride themselves on the fact that their roll cages aren’t just mass produced ‘one size fits all’. Their specially designed roll cage jig not only permits for greater precision and repeatability of each individual design but it allows them to pre-drill the roll cage connectors to their matched roll bar, something not all kit suppliers deliver.

Motorsport Race Gear

Motorsport Race Gear was established in 2009 by Tony Dunn to initial supply Stand 21 Racewear to the motorsport community and were known as Stand 21 Australia.

After a number of years they started to add more driver focused Safety equipment including Fire Suppression Systems, Seats and Harnesses, and changed name to SpeedMaster supplying competition equipment and safety gear for Road, Track and Motorsport.

Now called Motorsport Race Gear, they carry the premium brands of high performance race gear and safety equipment to suit all individuals, competitors and teams in Australia. Whether you’re into Street, Track Days, Circuit Racing, Tarmac or Off-Road Rallying, Motorsport Race Gear are passionate about supplying the right product to meet your exacting requirements.

Free Ride

We are starting a list of co-drivers who want to ride shotgun with drivers at the coming Tarmac Twilight Rallysprint Series, FREE.

Often we have drivers who want to enter but cant find a co driver.

If you are keen you can co-drive in up to 3 cars per event!

You will need to have;

  • Motorsport Australia Speed Licence (previously a L2S)
  • Be a financial member of NSSCC
  • Helmet
  • Long clothing

HOW

Simply head over to the events page and make a post beginning with “I want a free ride”.

Drivers can then see your post If you then organise a ride, you can edit your post accordingly PER event!

If you are not a member or do not have a Motorsport Australia licence yet, see the How to Enter section.

Events Page

Contact

Brett Middleton

Event Director/Clerk of the Course

Mobile 0408 261 043
president@nsscc.com.au

Angus Fraser

Angus Fraser

Assistant Clerk of the Course

Mobile 0407 209 245
clubcaptain@nsscc.com.au

Adriana Pallister

Event Secretary

Mobile 0418 611 224
adriana@nsscc.com.au

Andrew Benefield

Officials Coordinator

Mobile 0413 389 500
officials@nsscc.com.au

Phil Morley

Results Manager

Please contact the Rally
Secretary for information

Ian Bigg

Ian Bigg

Steward

Please contact the Rally
Secretary for information

John McCredie

Media Manager

M: 0413 042 763
E: media@nsscc.com.au

Ian Bray

COVID-19 Coordinator

Please contact the Rally
Secretary for information

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

For a comprehensive list of common quesitons.

If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for here in the FAQ’s, check out the FREE RIDES, CREW and VEHICLE sections on this page!

Does my Co-Driver need experience?

No, the course is easy to follow so they can enjoy the ride or give you suggestions! All they need to do is get you to arrive at the start line on time and carry the time card and hand it in at the finish!

REMEMBER this year you can enter with a Driver only (this means though that you will not be included in the results but you will see your stage times at the event).

Does my turbo car need to have a restrictor to compete?

No, restrictors are not compulsory at the event.

How do I get scrutineering?

Scrutineering for the event will follow the Motorsport Australia Return to Race Scrutiny of Vehicles and Apparel Guidelines:  https://www.motorsport.org.au/covid-19

The Scrutineering process will be different for:

  • Vehicles with a Motorsport Australia Log Book
  • Vehicles without a Motorsport Australia Log Book

NOTE: Scrutineering processes may change closer to the event due to changes to the COVID Guidelines.

Please check www.nsscc.com.au for any event further regulations and changes.

Scrutineering for Vehicles WITH a Motorsport Australia Log Book:

A vehicle with a Motorsport Australia Log Book does NOT need to be checked by a Scrutineer.

The Competitor must, prior to the event, email the Event Secretary a filled copy of the two approved Self Scrutiny forms found here:

  1. Self-Scrutiny Checklist – Rally Road: https://www.motorsport.org.au/docs/default-source/covid19/scrutiny/self-checklist-rally-road.pdf?sfvrsn=f5c12b0b_11
  2. Event Entry Self-Scrutiny – Statement of Vehicle Compliance: https://www.motorsport.org.au/docs/default-source/covid19/scrutiny/self_statement-of-vehicle-compliance.pdf?sfvrsn=30153519_11

The Competitor must also email the Event Secretary a copy of the Vehicle Log Book including the vehicle details page and the event log.

Spot checks on competing vehicles will be made during the event/s by the Event Scrutineers. The Vehicle Log Book must be ready to be checked at any time during the event/s.

Scrutineering for Vehicles WITHOUT a Motorsport Australia Log Book:

A vehicle without a Motorsport Australia Log Book will need to be checked by an approved Motorsport Australia Rally Scrutineer. There are two options for Scrutineering:

1.Regional Scrutineering:

Competitors are requested to have their vehicles scrutineered by a Motorsport Australia Regional Rally Scrutineer in the 2 weeks prior to the event. The list of Regional Rally Scrutineers is available at http://www.rallynsw.com.au/info/organisers/scrutineering/

The competitor must email the Event Secretary at adriana@nsscc.com.au to get a copy of the Event Scrutineering Form prior to attending regional scrutineering. If the correct form is not used, the vehicle will need to be re-scrutineered at the event.The Competitor is to fully fill out the form prior to visiting the Scrutineer (the Scrutineer will ONLY sign the form).

The Scrutineer will perform a non-contact walkaround of the vehicle and check of apparel compliance. If satisfied, the Scrutineer will sign the Event Scrutineering Form by using Covid safe hygiene practices and return the form to the competitor. The completed form is to be emailed by the Competitor to the Event Secretary prior to the event.

It is recommended that regional scrutiny be utilised where possible to reduce demand at the venue on the date of the event.

2.Event Venue Scrutineering:

Event Venue Scrutineering is available at the Sydney International Dragway Scrutiny Bays on the Eastern (dragstrip) side of Rally HQ (Blue Building). See Appendix A location map for details. Event Venue Scrutineering is available between 1500hrs and 1715hrs on the day of the event.

There is limited time for Event Venue Scrutineering.

To be eligible for scrutineering at the event YOU MUST email the Event Secretary at adriana@nsscc.com.au to book an allocated time. YOU CAN NOT JUST ARRIVE AT THE EVENT for Scrutineering without first contacting the Event Secretary. Bookings for Scrutineering will be closed once entries close for each event.

Once you have booked a time for Event Venue Scrutineering, the Event Secretary will email a copy of the Event Scrutineering Form. The Competitor is to bring a fully completed form to the event to present to the Scrutineer (the Scrutineer will ONLY sign the form). NOTE: No printed forms will be available at the event.

It is the Competitors responsibility to present their vehicle to the Scrutineer in a timely manner to ensure that enough time is allowed for the vehicle to be checked for compliance. It is recommended crew arrive early, as it’s expected to be busy and delays will occur.

The Scrutineer will perform a non-contact walkaround of the vehicle and check of apparel compliance. If satisfied, the Scrutineer will sign the Event Scrutineering Form by using Covid safe hygiene practices. The  Competitor will need to present the form at Event Documentation.

How do I get a start/car number?

Every event has new car numbers that we provide at event documentation. You will be notified of your car number the day before each event when the Seeded Entry List is published (keep checking the website www.nsscc.com.au to download the list)

The numbers are based on single or dual entries as well as shared Drivers and Co-Drivers.

This is not a 100% seeded field as we also often group cars together based on model and speed and need to take into consideration time for dual entries to swap over.

Sorry, we are unable to guarantee the same car number at each event.

Do I need a special rally car?

No, almost any car can enter. Many of  last year’s competitors used their road car and drove to and from the event.

Check the Supplementary Regulations for the rules and regulations.

Is there any gravel?

No, the course is 100% asphalt.

I don't own a race suit, do I need one?

No, you do not need specialised race wear. See the Supplementary Regulations for clothes you can wear.

Will I crash my car?

That is up to you, the course is no different to a suburban street or freeway.

You decide how fast you go.

Do I need special racing brakes or modifications?

No, 100% stock cars are common.

Why do I have to join NSSCC?

The event is run as a closed-to-club S1 Rallysprint, this permits us to have more freedoms than other types of events.

If I am a member of another club do I still need to join NSSCC?

Yes, but if your club is an affiliated Motorsport Australia club then you can apply for a special discounted NSSCC Summer Membership for only $25.00.

To be eligible for NSSCC Summer Membership, you must be able to present your valid (other club) full membership at the event.

PLEASE NOTE: To claim the junior entry discounted package you can not use this deal, (you must be a full NSSCC member).

Visit the NSSCC Membership Portal to become a Summer Member: http://nsscc.com.au/portal/

Do I need to have a Co-Driver?

No, we do allow entries that have a Driver only, however these entries will not score points or awards. Stage times will be available at the event so that the Driver only entries can compare their times to the Driver/Co-Driver teams competing for the Series Awards.

What is the minimum age for my Co-Driver?

The Co-Driver must be 14 years and over.

I cant find a Co-Driver, what should I do?

Easy, you can enter the event with TBA in the Co-Driver fields and secure your spot. We can then help you find a Co-Driver before the event, please contact the Event Secretary – Adriana at adriana@nsscc.com.au

I am doing the whole series, do I need to get scrutineered every event?

If you have a car with a Motorsport Australia Log Book – you will need to provide the current Self Scrutiny Forms before each event.

If you have a car without a Motorsport Australia Log Book – you will need to be scrutineered before each event follwoing the Covid Guidelines.

Read the FAQ “How do I get Scrutineering” for more information or check the event Supplementary Regulations.

I have a race car and no passenger seat, can I enter?

You can enter the event as a Driver only. Driver only entries will not be included in results, but stage times will be available.

Is there any noise restrictions?

The event is run at the Sydney International Dragway so unless your car is louder than a top fuel car you will be okay.

Can I help promote the event?

Yes, we would love to have you help promote and drive entries for the event. Having more entrants will ensure the event is back next year.

For all the information needed, refer people back to this site http://nsscc.com.au/twilight-rallysprint.

We would also love to promote your team so send any information and pictures to the Event Secretary – Adriana at adriana@nsscc.com.au.

What Licence do I need?

No civil licence is required, but you will need a Motorsport Australia Speed Licence or higher (the Speed Licence used to be a CAMS L2S). Check out the CREW requirements on this page for more details.

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