Motorsport

Our BMW Drivers Club NSW prides itself in offering Motorsport opportunities for all its members.

As a Drivers Club we offer Driver Training and competitions in Motorkhana and Supersprint. All members are invited, actually encouraged to improve their driving skills and give their car a run on a race track at speeds that the car was designed to do but are not allowed on our public roads. Motorsport in a BMW is fun.

Driver Training and Introduction to Supersprint.

Each year we run driver training at the Marulan XX. Marulan Driver Training Centre was a small purpose-built driver training facility. The XX is a stand in for the new name for this facility as it is currently being turned into a Car Race circuit with an extended black top and a new wider track layout. This circuit has been especially good for new drivers and is a great starting point for anyone who would like to get into our Supersprint events and with the new circuit is even better than ever. We start the day with a theory session then lots of laps by yourself or with an experienced coach. Try out your skills and your BMW on this new circuit. Driver Training 4 November 2018.

MotorKhana Championship.

Motorkhana is a low cost form of motorsport which involves manoeuvring a car through tight courses (known as tests) as quickly as possible. Our championship is a three or four event series conducted on the smooth, wet and slippery surface of the Sydney Motorsport Park Skid Pan. The challenge is to drive a course of traffic cones in the shortest time and you are actually practicing car control in adverse conditions without any damage to your car. Great for new drivers but we should all improve our driving skills.  Download MotorKhana rules

Supersprint Competition 

Supersprinting is timed motorsport – not door handle to door handle racing. We like to see all our members enjoying this entry level motorsport.  

To make an interesting and competitive Supersprint Competition our BMW cars have been divided into 9 classes plus 1 class for all non-BMWs. We then compete for points in the annual competition of 7 rounds to win trophies presented at our annual dinner. The competition rounds are conducted at Sydney Motorsport Park car race circuits, Marulan XX and Wakefield Park near Goulburn. We even join the BMW Car Club Victoria for one round at Winton near Benalla. 

Preliminary Motorsport Program for 2018:

Supersprint

11 Feb – Supersprint Rnd.1  SMP SC (Amaroo) Sunday     Download  Supp Regs
15 Apr – Supersprint Rnd.2 SMP NC  (Druitt) Sunday      Download    Supp Regs

24 Jun - Supersprint Rnd.3  Marulan XX Sunday        Download    Supp Regs
21 Jul  – Practice Winton  with CCV   Saturday             Download Supp Regs
22 Jul  - Supersprint Rnd.4  Winton with CCV  Sunday

16 Sep - Supersprint Rnd.5  SMP SC (Amaroo) Sunday 

21 Oct – Supersprint Rnd.6 SMP GP with Porsche Club NSW  Sunday 

We expect to make it 7 Supersprint Rounds so we are looking for more bookings. We expect some dates at . There is a possibility for a Wakefield Park, Luddenham, revamped Marulan and maybe Circuit Italia. 

MotorKhana 

14 Jan - MotorKhana No.1  Sunday
21 Apr - Night MotorKhana   Saturday Night   Download  the Supp. Regs. for this event 
29 Sep - MotorKhana No.2  Saturday
24 Nov - MotorKhana No.3  Saturday

Other Motorsport events for our club:
Nulon Nationals. We must have a team to defend our 2017 win. Dates to be announced. 
18 Feb – CAMS Hill Climb Ringwood  A team to be selected.
31 Mar, 1 Apr – Easter 6 Hour Regularity Relay SMP. We will enter 1 or 2 teams.
  8 Apr – Opening Event Tailem Bend SA with CCV  Possibility an event for those who can make it.
4 Nov - Driver Training and intro to Supersprinting at Marulan XX.     

 

BMW Car Club NSW & VIC Winton 2016 from Simon Duncan on Vimeo.

Winton 2016 ///BMW Drivers Club NSW from Josh Davis on Vimeo.

Nulon Nationals

is a multiclub motorsport event sponsored and run by Nulon. 2017 was our first year. Our club entered a team and won this four stage competition. There were 14 clubs against each other to battle it out over 4 different motorsport disciplines. We enter a team of 4 cars in each stage. Congratulations to Alex Wong and the team.