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Wombat Rally Sprint 12/09/2009 - Section added for L2S licensed competitors

Following numerous requests for L2S competitors to be allowed to run at the Wombat a seperate category has been added so that people with L2S or higher licenses can enter with a caged or non-caged vehicle.

This category will be called the WPTDS Fun Section and will scored seperately from the Clubman Section.

The tracks are in great condition, the weather is going to be perfect and 48km of racing for $150. Sounds brilliant to me. Get your entries in by 9:00pm tomorrow night.

Please contact me if you have any further questions, I'm more than happy to take your calls.
Please find attached the additions to the regulations.

Regards,

Andrew Gooley
Walkerville All Cars Club
Ph: 0412 052 409

2009 Wombat Rallysprint

Hi all,

The 2nd round of the 2009 SA Clubman Series is to be run on Saturday 12th September as the Wombat Rallysprint (multi-club). Non-Clubman entries are also welcomed.

There will be 2 good tracks run in each direction with (hopefully) 3 runs on each track. Total distance is just under 50 km.

Supp Regs and Entry Forms will be on the Walky Website (http://wacc.asn.au) later tonight (28th Aug).

In the meantime, I have created an event entry at http://www.sarally.com.au/event/2009-wombat-rallysprint-12th-september-2009 with the documents.

Cheers,

Dave
Event Secretary

2009 Wombat Rallysprint - 12th September 2009

12/09/2009 9:30 am
Australia/Adelaide

Hi all,

The 2009 Wombat Rallysprint is part of the 2009 SA Clubman Series and will be held on the 12th September.

Attached are the Supp Regs and Entry Form.

Cheers,

Dave Rudham
Event Secretary

Club: 

Walkerville All Cars Club

Web Site: 
Location: 

Walky Park (East of Truro)

Contact: 

Dave Rudham - nuggettrally@adam.com.au

South Australian rally enthusiasts attend 2009 SA Rally Season Launch!

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Australian rally legend, Ed Ordynski, appeared as a special guest at the launch of the 2009 SA Rally season. Mark Bickley (ex Adelaide Crows Captain) was the Master of Ceremonies for the evening. Ed gave an insight into his 1986 SARC win in the Subaru RX Turbo with Lyn Wilson. This was followed up with an interview from Mark.

Attendees were also briefed by the 4 ‘Event Directors’ of the 2009 state rounds.

The good news is that the full video coverage of the night is available on www.sarally.com.au/videos

Photos are available at the following locations:

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