Our BMW Drivers Club NSW prides itself providing 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. We run all our competition motorsport events under a CAMS licence. Take a look at the CAMS Standard Regulations.
Driver Training and Introduction to Supersprint.
In 2019 we will run one Driver Training Day at Sydney Motorsport Park Amaroo (South Circuit) and one at Pheasant Wood (Marulan).
The Amaroo day will be a CAMS "Come and Try Day". Take a look at the CAMS Come and Try event policy.
Marulan (Pheasant Wood) was a small purpose-built driver training facility. It has been turned into a Car Race circuit with a longer and 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 either of these two driver training days.
Motorkhana is a low cost form of motorsport which involves manoeuvring a car through tight courses (known as tests) conducted on the smooth, wet and slippery surface of the Sydney Motorsport Park Skid Pan. The challenge is to drive the test 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. For 2019 MotorKhana has been expanded to a five round championship with trophies. Download MotorKhana rules
Supersprinting is timed motorsport – not door handle to door handle racing. We like to see all our members enjoying this entry level motorsport. Cars are on the track in speed groups so new drivers are not intimidated by faster drivers and the faster drivers are not held up by slower drivers. There is a place for everyone and BMWs and you will love a run on the race track.
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 8 rounds to win trophies presented at our annual dinner. The competition rounds are conducted at Sydney Motorsport Park car race circuits, Pheasant Wood (Marulan), Wakefield Park near Goulburn, Winton near Benalla in Victoria and as a special thrill, Sandown in Victoria at the BMW Clubs Australia Nationals at Easter.
Motorsport Program for 2019:
Saturday 13 April – CAMS Come and Try Day Amaroo (SMP South Circuit)
Sunday 27 October – Pheasant Wood
MotorKhana Sydney Motorsport Park Skid Pan
No.1 Sunday 24 March
No.2 Sunday 12 May
No.3 Sunday 16 June
No.4 Sunday 15 September
No.5 Saturday 12 October
Rnd.1 Sunday 10 February – Druitt North Circuit
Rnd.2 Sunday 10 March – Wakefield Park
Rnd.3 Saturday 20 April – Sandown (Vic.)
Rnd.4 Sunday 2 June – Pheasant Wood
Rnd.5 Sunday 7 July – Druitt North Circuit
Rnd.6 Saturday 20 July – Winton (Vic.)
Rnd.7 Sunday 11 August – Amaroo South Circuit
Rnd.8 Sunday 17 November – Gardner GP BMW/Porsche
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.