To keep up with BMW Turbo Charged cars we have updated the BMW Drivers Club NSW Supersprint Regulations for 2017. Please download the regulations, read and understand, download Annex C2, complete it and email it to or hand it in at the next supersprint event. Without your Annex C2 we are unable to include your points won to the correct class in our annual Supersprint competition. If you don't submit your Annex C2 we will assume that you are not competing in the competition. If you submitted an original Annex C then please update it to the Annex C2.
The dates for 2017 are:
Supersprinting is timed motorsport – not door handle to door handle racing.
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. To gain points in this competition you must compete in more than one round of the competition.
Philosophy: The objective is to define a set of classes for cars of similar capability so that these classes have 6-8 regular competitors making for a genuine contest over a complete year. This requires support from you, the club members who compete, to keep the classes going and the competition fair. You should not hesitate to contact a Motorsport Committee member to discuss where your car fits into the class structure. In the rules there is an Annex C - Vehicle Data and Modification Sheet. This is to be completed by competitors to determing correct class.
It is up to each driver to disclose on an honesty basis, the modifications made to a vehicle to determine the appropriate Competition Class.
The Motorsport Committee will observe performance and review the classing for all cars. If your latest modification results in you overtaking cars that you could never catch or your lap time has dropped without explanation then expect to be reclassified so that you are competing with other drivers in cars of similar performance.
For safety reasons, classes will not represent the groupings for cars running together on the race circuit. During morning practice or the first supersprint session lap times are used to determine speed related groups. Only Individual's Supersprinnt lap times are used to determine Class place-getters for the event.
The Nulon Nationals is a multiclub motorsport event sponsored and run by Nulon and 2017 is the first year our club will be entering the competition. This competition pits 14 clubs against each other to battle it out over 4 different motorsport disciplines. Each club enters 4 cars for each event and the top 15 cars in each of the four classes (AWD, 2WD Forced Induction, 2WD <3.4L and 2WD >3.4L) will earn points for their clubs. The club with the most points at the end of the series will take out the series win.
The four rounds are as below:
Thanks to Nulon, entry is free for all entrants and spectators so we would love to see you all there supporting and cheering on our competitors!
For more information, please see the Nulon Nationals website http://www.nulonnationals.com.au/
Kirby Allen is our club Motorsport Director and heads a Motorsport sub-committee.
We need more qualified Motorsport Officials. If you can assist, it is easy to gain the appropriate qualifications. Please look at the CAMS website for official application forms and training schedules and ask the club's officials for any info that you might need to come on board and assist.