The Australian Historic Road Racing Championships will head to the Collie Motorplex in WA on the 27th-30th of September. If you’re keen on making the trip West for a great weekend of historic road racing, extra details have become available to competitors.
Hosted by the Historic Competition Motorcycle Club of WA, the weekend will see competitors riding the brand new long track, added to the Collie Motorplex to provide two and-a-half kilometres of challenge for these historic machines.
The event is being run in conjunction with Motorcycling Australia and will cater for all classes of Historic motorcycles and sidecars as defined by the 2019 Manual of Motorcycle Sport.
For those looking to compete at Collie, the Club has made it as easy as possible, helping to arrange subsidised container transport to help get bikes and equipment to the track.
Competitors are reminded that this event will run over Saturday-Monday, as Monday is a public holiday in Western Australia. Practice and qualifying will take place on Saturday the 28th, and championship races will be held on the Sunday and Monday.
An optional practice will occur on Friday the 27th, where an additional cost sees the opportunity for riders to familiarise themselves with the new Collie Motorplex layout.
There is also additional tourist information provided for those wishing to make the most of their stay in the Collie River Valley.
For details regarding container transport, email HCMC President, Bob Humphreys at [email protected]