A competitor applying a Motorsport Australia Club Challenge sticker (image digitally altered)
StateDateVenueHost Club
TAS25 JulyBaskervilleLight Car Club of Tasmania
VIC20 SeptemberBryant ParkGippsland Car Club
QLD26 SeptemberMt CottonMG Car Club of QLD 
NSW15 NovemberHuntleyWollongong Sporting Car Club


The difference of Motorsport Australia Club Challenge

Motorsport Australia Club Challenge is unlike any other motorsport event. It’s a team event that is not about outright speed - but rather being able to post your quickest time, and then prove it wasn’t a fluke.

Each team will comprise of three to five car club members, who will spend the day competing in a speed event. We’ll take each individuals fastest two times and calculate the time gap between them to three hundredths of a second. The same will happen for your team mates. The team’s three smallest time gaps will be added together to produce the total team result. 

All the team’s totals will be ranked against each other lowest to highest, with the top three teams of each State round taking home prize money and bragging rights for their club.

How to enter

• Entries for Motorsport Australia Club Challenge close approximately one week prior to each state's scheduled event.
• The entry fee will be $300 per club, payable online, which includes lunch for all team members.
• The team nomination form must be submitted by the team manager for the team entry to be complete. 

Club eligibility

All competing clubs must be current and affiliated members of Motorsport Australia.

Competitor eligibility

Club competitors must be current and financial members of their respective club for 2020, and hold a Motorsport Australia Speed/Speed Junior Licence or above.

A competitor can only compete for one affiliated club.


About the new Club Challenge Australia format

How has the results system changed?
Why have we changed the way the results are calculated in the Club Challenge?
When will the new results system come into effect?
We aren’t familiar with this results system, where has it come from?
Why not move to regularity?
Why do you just take the three smallest time differences? In a team of more than three some team members results won't count towards the final total?
Will vehicles still need to be classed?
How would a tie be broken?

Club Challenge Documents

Motorsport Australia Club Challenge Partners
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