POSTPONED DUE TO THE COVID 19 SITUATION AND ASSOCIATED RESTRICTIONS AND BORDER CLOSURES. March 31st 2022- April 3rd 2022
The Mount Gambier Motor Cycle Club is proud and excited to be hosting the 2021 National Historic Championships, April 1st- 3rd 2022 with optional practice on Thursday March 31st 2022 Mac Park is an ideal venue for historic motorcycle racing, and now that track works and facility improvements are complete, it promises to be an outstanding event with lots on offer for competitors and spectators alike.
Please note, orders close 10th February 2022
Orders are for pick up at the event. If postage is required they will be posted after the event.
Follow this link to purchase your National Historic T-Shirt: https://www.ebgraphics.com.au/product/2021austhistoricroadracing/
Information on this page:
- Sponsorship opportunities
- Information on classes and motorcycle eligibility
- Supp regs and entry information
- Information for the visitor
If you would like to be involved and sponsor the event, please have a look at our sponsorship packages.
March 4-6 2022 Classic Master of Mac Park, a fantastic meeting in it’s own right but also an ideal practice event for those not familiar with Mac Park. Entries close 16th February 2022
Event Link URL : https://osm-ma.omnisportsmanagement.com/EventManager/EM_RegEventInformation.aspx?EventId=39%2bRiPMu1VUcU7%2fI3qDS0nxLQAYek86h
March 31st (Thursday) 2022: Non compulsory practice day, only for historic motorcycles entered into the event.
April 1st (Friday) 2022: Qualifying for all classes.
April 2nd (Saturday)2022: Racing, with welcome to competitors in the evening.
April 3rd (Sunday) 2022: Racing, with trophy presentation upon the conclusion of on track action.
Information on classes and motorcycle eligibility
CATEGORIES FOR AUSTRALIAN HISTORIC ROAD RACE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Up to 125cc
132cc to 250cc
263cc to 350cc (excludes Period 6)
368cc to 500cc
526cc to 1300cc (excludes Period 6)
Up to 1300cc (excludes Period 6)
Up to 350cc
368cc to 1300cc
Formula 700 526cc to 700cc
Formula 750 526cc to 750cc
Formula 750 526cc to 750cc
250 Production Solo 250cc
Formula 750 Solo 526cc to 1000cc
Formula 1300 Solo 788cc to 1300cc
For the purposes of determining eligibility, machines are categorised as follows:
|Period 1||Veteran||Up to 31 December 1919|
|Period 2||Vintage||1 January 1920 to 31 December 1945|
|Period 3||Classic||1 January 1946 to 31 December 1962|
|Period 4||Post Classic||1 January 1963 to 31 December 1972|
|Period 5||Forgotten Era||1 January 1973 to 31 December 1982|
|Period 6||New Era||1 January 1983 to 31 December 1990|
For the purposes of determining eligibility there will be the following classes:
|Ultra Lightweight||Solo||Up to 125cc|
|Lightweight||Solo||132cc to 250cc|
|Junior||Solo||263cc to 350cc (excludes Period 6)|
|Senior||Solo||368cc to 500cc|
|Unlimited||Solo||526cc to 1300cc (excludes Period 6)|
|Sidecar||Sidecar||Up to 1300cc (excludes Period 6)|
|Period 2 Junior||Solo||Up to 350cc|
|Period 2 Senior||Solo||Up to 500cc|
|Period 2 Unlimited||Solo||368cc to 1300cc|
|Period 3 Formula 700||Solo||Solo 526cc to 700cc |
Note: This class is for push rod engines only and there is no capacity tolerance.
|Period 4 Formula 750||Solo||Solo 526cc to 750cc|
|Period 5 Formula 750||Solo||Solo 526cc to 750cc|
|Period 6 250 Production||Solo||Note: machine must have either a compliance plate fitted or supporting|
documentation of the year of manufacture
|Period 6 Formula 750||Solo||Solo 526cc to 750cc four cylinder & 750cc to 1000cc two cylinder|
|Period 6 Formula 1300||Solo 788cc to 1300cc|
Supp regs and entry information
Here is the link to Australian Historic Road Race Championship 2021 to be held at Mac Park October April 1st -3rd 2022
Goes live 6:30am Saturday July 24th on Ridernet.
Information for the visitor
Where to stay, what to bring, what to see, what to do, local attractions…hopefully the information below will help you to make the most of your time in the region. If you wish to know anything that’s not covered do not hesitate to contact us.
Camping: Camping is available at the track, but as spaces are limited, it will be on a first come-first serve basis. $15 per person per night gets you a comfortable shady patch of turf, toilets and hot showers. BYO everything else.
Accommodation options: There are a plethora of places to stay in the region, including Motels (be sure to try our club sponsors first), Hotels and Caravan Parks. There are plenty of other house or B’n’B accommodation options as well.