Competitor Info

Entry  Form

To Enter: Download and Complete the Entry Form

Lardner Park Motorfest Entry Form 2017

If replying By Fax

Mark Attention Clayton:  03 5625 5420 

Competitor Entry Times
Hours of Opening

  Gates Open To Competitors  Event Start Time Event Finish Time
 Sat 11 Mar  7.00 am  10.00 am  8.00 pm
 Sun 12 Mar  8.00 am  9.30 am  4.30 pm

 

Prizes

Prizes will be awarded to tenth place

Placing Prize
First $6000
Second $4000
Third $2000
Fourth $1000
Fifth $750
Sixth $500
Seventh $400
Eighth $300
Ninth $200
Tenth $100

 

 

 

Competitor Entry Form

To Enter: Download and Complete the Entry Form at link below

Lardner Park Motorfest 2017 Entry Form 

 2018 Entry Form to be available soon

If replying By Fax

Mark: Attention  Clayton:  03 5625 5420 

 

Show'n Shine Entrants fill in entry form on the Day of the Event.

 
Show'n Shine Entrants do NOT need to send in Entry Forms before the Day.

 

Competitor Entry Times

 

  Gates Open To Competitors  Event Start Time Event Finish Time
 Sat 10 Mar  7.00 am  10.00 am  8.00 pm
 Sun 11 Mar  8.00 am  9.30 am  4.30 pm

 

No BYO Alcohol 

No DOGs

No Glass

 

 

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Competitor Entry Prices

 

ENTRANT FEES:

Burnout Comp–including entry to Show N’Shine/Go to Whoa & Stampede.
Cost up to 31st Jan 2018 (Early Bird Entry ) (including vehicle, 1 adult and 1 buddy pass) $150.00
Cost from 1st Feb 2018 (including vehicle and 1 adult only) $190.00
Cost on the day 10th/11th  Mar 2018 (including vehicle and1 adult only) $250.00
Buddy Passes- (Maximum of 2 per entrant/vehicle) Weekend pass $35.00
General Admission passes See Entry Prices Under Info Link
Adult:Day pass $25.00
Adult:Weekend pass $40.00
U18: Day pass $15.00
U18:Weekend pass $25.00
Under 5: Free
One Tow/Support Vehicle only & trailer FREE
Camping Site (Competitors Only) FREE
Show’n Shine- Single Day $35.00
Show’n Shine- Weekend $55.00

 

*REFUNDS 7 Days prior to the event ONLY*

$40 Admin Fee will be payable on cancellation of this entry

 

No BYO Alcohol

No Glass

No Dogs

 

Competitor Rules

Rules

Please download the PDF
MotorFest Rules


Welcome to Motorfest at Lardner Park 2017.

Event Advice for Entrants

PLEASE: When filling out your entry form, choose ONLY what event you want to compete in, because these are limited and you may be taking someone else’s place.
PLEASE NOTE: Scrutineering will take place on Saturday 11th March between 7am and 12 noon unless by special arrangement.
If you need to arrange an alternative time please call Clayton on 0418363182 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

****Please check the following before entering****

1.    A vehicle inspection must be conducted to any vehicle that will be competing in any of the driving events. Show & Shine ONLY (Static) vehicles do not have to be scrutineered.
2.    Vehicles do not need to be registered to participate in any driving events BUT must be capable of passing a vehicle inspection.
3.    No unreasonable body damage or untidy paintwork. No holes in the firewall.
4.    For the Burnouts a 360-degree tail shaft loop must be fitted, the exception being vehicles fitted with a 2-piece tail shaft.
5.    Long sleeve shirts and pants must be worn by driver and passengers during all driving competitions. Shoes must be worn at all times. No thongs or sandals allowed.
6.    Please remove all press on hubcaps, wheel trims and wheel weights prior to vehicle inspection.
7.    An approved helmet must be worn for the driving competitions.
8.    If an entrant uses retreaded tyres in the Burnout Competition he or she automatically accepts responsibility for any body damage to their vehicle.
9.    For the Burnout finals, numbers will be restricted to a maximum of 60 entrants timed over 2 minutes.
10.    Motorcycles are not eligible to enter the driving events.
11.    All driving EVENTS are restricted to 120 entrants per event, when these are full, that event will be closed for entries. NO EXCEPTIONS.
To avoid disappointment we strongly recommend you enter early


*****Scrutineering Vehicle Inspection Checks *****

1.    All batteries must be clamped; however they can be located in the boot.
2.    NO fuel, oil or brake LEAKS. All fittings must be securely fastened.
3.    Brake lights must be working.
4.    Seat belts must be in good working order.
5.    If the car is supercharged, all belts must be covered, except as agreed by the Promoter / Meeting Director or as inspected by the Chief Scrutineer
6.    Tyres must be in good condition, no steel belts hanging out or canvas showing.
7.    All vehicles must have a bonnet unless permission is given by the promoter / Meeting Director, if no bonnet - fan belts must be covered. All vehicles must be fitted with a 1-litre radiator overflow or water catch bottle and ensure there are no leaks from the rocker covers.
8.    NO structural rust. Brake and fuel lines must be at a safe distance from the exhaust.
9.    NO WHEEL WEIGHTS for the all driving competitions
10.    Exhausts pipes MUST be fitted and comply with DB rules unless permission is given by the promoter/Meeting Director.
11.    Entrant Window Stickers NOT to be removed until after the EVENT.
12.    The Chief Scrutineer has final say.

****Entrants Buddy Passes****

These Buddies, have to be with the Entrant on arrival. We WILL NOT be giving Arm bands out for the Entrant to take AWAY. They will be secured on the Buddy’s wrist on arrival, the Buddy then has to sign a disclaimer, to be able to BE A PASSENGER in the Entrant vehicle during a DRIVING EVENT.
Maximum of 2 buddy passes per entrant. All buddy passengers have to be 15 years old or older.
No passengers are allowed in the ENTRANT vehicle WITH OUT A BUDDY ARM BAND.
ALL PASSENGERS HAVE TO HAVE A BUDDY ARM BAND, THIS IS THE ENTRANTS RESPONSIBILITY

Registration and Scrutineering.

When you first arrive at Lardner Park the first port of call is the registration tent, this is where you will collect your entrants’ bag, driver and buddy pass wrist bands and your entrant number.
We will not replace any armbands so please keep them on for the duration of the event. The armbands are waterproof.
PLEASE DO NOT stick your entrant number on your car, the scrutineers will do this once the car has passed scrutineering.
Once you have completed registration you can then head to scrutineering.
Drivers Brief Meeting will be held at 10:00am Saturday morning at the pit end of the track.
There will be an additional drivers brief meeting at the conclusion of Saturday evening at the pit end of the track for all cars who have qualified for Sundays Burnout competition, Go-to-Whoa and Stampede.
All drivers are required to have ZERO blood alcohol level; Random breath testing may be conducted at any time during the event.


Burnout Rules & Regulations

1.    Entrant may only Pre – qualify once and will not be allowed a second attempt.
2.    All cars to assemble (with driver) 15 minutes prior to commencing the burnouts. There may be a short drivers briefing before each round to advice of any changes, etc.
3.    Cars to be turned out in a presentable fashion.
4.    NO static burnouts are allowed.
5.    Continuing to do burnouts on your rims will result in a 5-point penalty. This could lose you the WIN.
6.    5 points only will be awarded for blowing your tyres. After this, you need to STOP straight away.
7.    All Drivers are to STOP if they see a Black flag. If you do not stop, you will be disqualified.
8.    All tyres are to be taken away by the Entrant, DO not leave blown tyres at your site PLEASE.
9.    ONE (1) Passenger is allowed in the Entrant’s vehicle; Disclaimer / Armband buddy ONLY, passenger must be 15 years or older. Long sleeve shirts and pants must be worn during the burnouts. Shoes must be worn at all times. No thongs or sandals allowed.
10.    The top 60 Burnout entrant numbers will be displayed on a board outside the judging caravan on Saturday night 30 mins after the conclusions of the days qualifying runs, if your Entrant number is on that board; you are in for SUNDAY finals.
11.    Please note there is an Additional Drivers Briefing Meeting to be held at the conclusion of the day’s competitions for all who have qualified.
12.    The trophy Presentation will be on the SUNDAY at the conclusion of the Event at est. 4:00pm. To receive your awards and Cash, you have to be present or have someone there to represent you.

Go–to–Whoa

This will be staged on the burnout pad, starting from the start line and finishing at the end of the track; the Entrants line up on the start line and proceed for approximately 100 meters and COME TO A COMPLETE HALT ON THE FINISHING LINE.
There will be THREE practice runs and then a knock out competition.
There will be a 1st to 3rd placing only. Trophy presentation will be on the SUNDAY at the conclusion of the event. To receive your awards, you have to be present or have someone there to represent you.

Stampede

This will be staged on the burnout pad, starting from the start line, twice around a course of stacked tyres and across the finish line.  
There will be THREE practice runs and then a knock out competition.
There will be a 1st to 3rd placing only. Trophy presentation will be on the SUNDAY at the conclusion of the event. To receive your awards, you have to be present or have someone there to represent you.

Show & Shine Judging

Cars will be judged on both Saturday and Sunday. No car can win both days but there will be an award for the “president’s choice” for the weekend.
Presentation for Saturdays judging will be held on Saturday during the 6pm meal break.
Presentation for Sundays judging will be held on Sunday at 4 pm EST.
If you cannot make the presentations, please make sure someone is there to represent you, as we will not be posting prizes out.

Camping.

Camping will be permitted within the pit area at a small  additional cost. Toilets will be available on site. NO CAMP FIRES ALLOWED.
Camping is only available for Competitors and their support team.

FULL BAR FACILITIES will be available during the event.

PLEASE NOTE: No Glass and BYO Alcohol, if found it will be confiscated and NOT returned.

*Final Note*

On behalf of THE ROTARY CLUB of DROUIN, GIPPSLAND TUFF STREETERS and the event SPONSORS we hope that you have a safe and enjoyable time at our event.

Competitor Prizes

 

Prizes in the Burn-Out Competition will be awarded to tenth place

Placing Prize
First $6000
Second $4000
Third $2000
Fourth $1000
Fifth $750
Sixth $500
Seventh $400
Eighth $300
Ninth $200
Tenth $100

 

 

Drouin Rotary
Gippsland Tuff Streeters

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