Transpec GT Oil Clubsport Events

This year the series will include a number of different events, including the usual sprint days and also back track or main track autocrosses.  All rounds of all events count towards the series class and overall titles with prizes up for grabs for the winners of each class and the overall title.  There are also minor prizes at each event.
There are 4 single/dual car sprint events and 5 autocrosses booked, with the possibility of additional events, dates and interest permitting.

NOTE NEW PROTECTIVE CLOTHING REQUIREMENTS
The MINIMUM standard for Clubsport Basic Single Car Sprints is 100% cotton overalls and 100% wool underwear, 100% cotton or 100% wool calf-length socks, leather shoes. See below for details:

If you do not have the correct protective clothing you will not be allowed to compete. 

Single and Dual Car Sprints (Track Day Series)

The Track Day Series consists of timed fast laps on the Manfeild: Circuit Chris Amon 3.03km circuit, with Live Timing and results available on the Race Monitor App.

An experienced race driver will offer driver training sessions in the morning before the first run.  This is a must for rookies and highly recommended to anyone who wants to improve their lap times.  All drivers will be invited to ‘follow the leader’ for two laps to get a feel for the track before the runs begin.

Competitors go out on a warm up lap, then cross the line at full speed to start their first timed lap.  Three laps are timed before the race end flag, then a cool down lap back to the pits.  There are three timed sessions for each competitor and if time permits further untimed sessions at the end of the day.

Back Track Autocross

These events are timed runs from point to point, on either the front or back tracks, or sometimes the entire circuit combined.  Competitors go from a standing start, through a course including cones, corners and straights, and come to a full stop in a coned off area.  Classes are the same as those run in the sprint events, clothing and vehicles requirements the same also.

Classes

We will run the following 4 classes in this series, to separate different power and capability levels of vehicles:

Rookie:  New to Motorsport in 2018. Car type not important.
For people who do not belong to a Motorsport club or hold Motorsport licence. You can compete at 2 of these Clubsport Basic events before you need to join the Car Club.  Single car sprint line ups are the only sessions that can be entered in this class.

NAFWD:  Normally Aspirated Front Wheel Drive cars.
In order to compete you need to be a member of a Car Club.
Single car sprint line ups can be entered without a licence. Dual car line ups require a minimum M Grade licence.

NARWD:  Normally Aspirated Rear Wheel Drive vehicles.
In order to compete you need to be a member of a Car Club.
Single car sprint line ups can be entered without a licence, dual car line ups require a minimum M Grade licence.

FI 2/4WD + NARWD Over 3500cc:  Forced Induction 2 and 4 Wheel Drive vehicles and Normally Aspirated 2 Wheel Drive vehicles over 3500cc.
In order to compete you need to be a member of a Car Club.
Single car sprint line ups can be entered without a licence, dual car line ups require a minimum M Grade licence.

Vehicle Safety Requirements

Road cars are welcome.  For dual-car sprints as a minimum the vehicle must have installed a minimum 0.9kg dry powder twin-strap fire extinguisher, mounted using minimum M6 size bolts and nuts, within reach of the driver.  If your vehicle does not have a MSNZ logbook it will be scrutineered prior to each round to ensure safety.

To Enter

Check the events calendar HERE for an event, familiarise yourself with the supplementary regulations, fill in the MotorsSport Online Entry details (guide to online entry here) and make payment.

Pay for your entry HERE
(Bring the receipt you receive via email with you on race day)

Results

See our events results page HERE for results for the series as they come available.