This is an OPEN event for all (VDC membership not required)
NO SPECTATORS OR MEDIA PERMITTED.
Calder Park Raceway
377 Calder Fwy
- Beginners day in the Thunderdome
- 4 classes of 9 students
- Rotate through drifting basics such as controlled donut,
controlled figure 8 and handbrake maneuvers
- Class runs from 9-5, with 1hr lunch break
- 3 instructors per group
- Drivers must arrive by 8AM to begin registration, scrutineering and drivers briefing
This event is NOT open for spectators, strictly drivers and pit crew only. Vehicles cannot carry any passengers with the exception of the Instructors
PRE-ENTRY and PRE-PAY is COMPULSORY AT ALL VICDRIFT EVENTS. ENTRIES CAPPED AT 36 drivers
We require that you login to the entry system and cancel your entry by 6PM on the Wednesday prior to the event, or you will forfeit your full entry fee. Any cancellations will attract a $10 admin fee.
Acceptable Licenses are: AASA or Cams L2NS - No license means no going on the track
On the day purchase of AASA license: AASA license $50
Please note: VDC board members will be checking AASA and CAMS licenses. Please ensure all your licenses and memberships (if applicable) are valid.
All drivers MUST attend the compulsory drivers briefing at 8:30AM, failure to do so will mean you will not be able to drive till the second drivers briefing at 1PM
8:00AM - Gates open
8:15AM - Scrutineering opens, driver registration opens
8:30AM - Complusory Drivers briefing
9:00AM - On track
12:30PM - Lunch
1:30PM - On track
4:30PM - Kidney bean course
5:00PM - Event finish
Some more info:
A good chance to perfect your skills such as when to clutch kick and how hard you need to yank the handbrake to get a certain amount of angle. The only requirement is that your car rwd, it can be a dead stock auto if you want. It's about learning how to drive with what you have and figuring out what that next mod should be.
The instructors will be going in the car with you to advise what needs to be done and a cage is not required given the low speed of the classes.
Exhaust cant be 100mm past the rear bar, so 2inchs is fine
Yes you can bring pit crew, but limited to 2 per driver.
We suggest you bring another set of tyres if you are planning to drive up, if you are towing up then the one pair will last you all day.