Anyone that is riding MUST BRING A VOLUNTEER TO HELP ON THE DAY. If you do not bring someone to help you do a duty on the day you may not be able to compete.
29th September: All perpetual trophies need to be returned. If you are in possession of a perpetual trophy please return it back to the club at the next sign on.
10th September: Volunteer Officials are a critical part of motorcycle sport and give up their time to ensure we all can go riding and racing. MA is now working to develop our volunteer official programs to improve the experience and encourage more people to get involved in the sport as volunteers. So here is your chance to help guide MA and we would like to know your thoughts and valued feedback! Read more===>
COVID-19 Forces Cancellation Of 2020 Australian Speedway Senior And Junior Sidecar Championships. Read more===>
FIM Oceania Speedway Sidecar Championship Delay Action At Gillman Speedway Until 2021. Read more===>
5th September:A big thank you to Cleanaway for the start line sponsorship and for the years of continued support to the club.
1st September: This weekend’s scheduled Point Score is postponed due to the NSW Govt COVID recommendations.
Ride Park Day on Sunday 13th September, to be confirmed.
28th August:The Ray & Joan Sanson Spirit Of Speedway POSTPONED
21st August: Updated announcement from MNSW. Read more===>
21st August: WORKING BEE ON SATURDAY – 22/8/20. The track is in a real mess at the moment.
We can still do the social distancing and have a working bee on the 22/8/20 to have the remainder of noise wall erected. There are also many other jobs, repairs and general tidying up of the complex to be done. Please bring what every tools you think you may need to help.
Gates open at 10.00am.
Please spare an hour or two to help and lets get our complex looking great again!! Remember many hands make light work.
Please contact a committee member so we know who will be there so that we do not breach the rules.
Thanks and look forward to seeing you.
20th August: For those who haven’t heard yet, at 9:40pm on Monday 17th of August, NSW Health and Sport NSW sent out an announcement regarding tighter restrictions around Community Sports across NSW. These new restrictions will take place starting tomorrow (Wednesday 19th August) and remain in place for a 6 week period.
As of Wednesday 19th August:
There is no inter-regional mixing activities that bring together participants (including riders and officials) from organisations in different regions of Sydney, from a rural area into a metro area and vice versa, and movement between different rural areas
There are to be no activities that result in overnight stays (e.g. multi-day training camps)
There are to be no face-to-face social activities relating to community sports (e.g. award ceremonies, end-of-season gatherings)
Everyone is to avoid carpool or bus travel with people from different household groups
For local activities that go ahead, limit spectators to one parent only, where the child requires parental supervision during the sporting activity
Chief health office letter: Read more===>
SportNSW: Read more===>
18th August: Kawasaki BCperformance Superbike rider Glenn Scott is looking forward to the next round of the mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul. Read more===>
18th August The Ray & Joan Sanson Spirit Of Speedway for junior speedway will be held on the 29th of August.
There will be a $300 prize pool which will be awarded to those who display ‘The Spirit of Speedway’ i.e most improved on the day, sportsmanship, best presented etc. Thanks to MX Store and Trilogy Smash Repairs for their support.
Racing starts at 10am.
8th August: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and State Government border closures, event organisers of the 2020 Australian Junior Track Championship and Australian Classic and Post Classic Dirt Track Championships which were to be held in NSW, have been cancelled. Read more===>
8th August: Search Begins For 2021 OJC Competitors With Expressions Of Interest Now Open. Read more===>
31st July: 2020 Australian Senior Track Championship - Cancelled. Read more===>
Motorcycling NSW’s Dirt Track Sports Committee has taken the difficult decision to reconfigure the Dirt Track and Track Championship for 2020.
With the current COVID-19 pandemic and the dynamic climate it was decided that a more stable calendar where NSW Championships could be completed if circumstances changed would be the better option for 2020.
The revised format for NSW Dirt Track and Track Championships is as follows.
NSW Junior Track Championship - Tamworth MCC - Oakburn Park- 15th August,
NSW Senior Track Championship - Tamworth MCC - Quirindi Show Ground - 19th / 20th September,
NSW Junior and Senior Dirt Track Championship (in conjunction with Akubra Classic)- Macleay District MCC - 31st Oct / 1st Nov.
The plan is to now run the multi round championship format in 2021.
29th July: Applications Now Open for 2021 Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship & Mentoring Program. Read more===>
25th July: Motorcycling Australia (MA) is monitoring the current health crisis developments which is impacting the running of Australian National Championships across the country. Read more===>
21st July Effective immediately the NSW Minister of Sport has announced that only parents and guardians will be allowed to attand childrens sporting events due to Covid19. This means NO spectators, including extended family, will be able to attend events until further notice.
18th July Urgent Update Regarding Community Sport. Read more===>
News about The 2020 Dirt Track & Track Championship. Read more===>
17th July Junior speedway 18th of July is CANCELLED due to lack of officials.
14th July Supp regs available for Central Coast Cup / NSW Dirt Track and Track Championships series. Read more===>
CLUB POSITIONS AVAILABLE WHICH NEED TO BE FILLED: CANTEEN COORDINATOR, POINTS RECORDER, RAFFLE COORDINATOR
Look forward to seeing you all now that the restrictions have eased with the starting of sporting activities. We must still comply with the the rules for the COVID-19 and remember the social distancing, but we can now start racing again!!!!
Members, we still have 3 position which need to be filled and need these to be done to help in the running of the club. At the moment these positions are being shared by the committee members.
Please consider doing a position as it’s not difficult and would help the club. If interested please contact David Smith or a committee member for more information. Thank you and your help is needed.
26th June: Dirt track & junior speedway practice day 28th of June. Enter via Facebook page.
Important: Pre-payment, no spectators, 1 guardian
MNSW Social Media Policy: As you are all aware the social media mediums play a huge role in our lives and our Sport. For us here are MNSW, we use our social media platforms to: Share, Educate, Interact, Promote
We do so in an information and positive manner – as per the MA Social Media Policy. This policy provides practical guidance about using social media and other forms of electronic communication and sets out a framework for acceptable online behaviour where communications involve fellow MA members, volunteers, officials, coaches, sponsors, partners, staff and anyone else connected with our sport or clubs. It also deals with breaches of this policy. This policy complements Motorcycling Australia’s (MA) Member Protection Policy and MA’s core values being to conduct, encourage, promote, advance, control and administer motorcycle sport and other motorcycling activities throughout Australia for the mutual benefit of MA, its members and affiliates and motorcycling generally. This policy applies to everyone involved with the activities of MA, its members, partners and affiliates including affiliated clubs and members thereof whether they are in a paid or unpaid/voluntary capacity when using social media.
We encourage all our clubs and members to engage in social media to keep connected to our sport, however we urge all to be very mindful of this policy when doing so. The policy can be found on our website here.
MA Social Media Policy Read more===>
19th June: The Joint Commission Meeting Minutes are now available online and are open for comments from State Controlling Bodies (SCB) and stakeholders. Read more===>
Your comments concerning the Rule Change Requests in discussion, must be documented on the feedback form here, which can be completed electronically or by hard copy. The completed Rule Change Request Feedback form, must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31st of July 2020, in order to be considered by the Rules and Technical Committee. Please note that all rule change requests and comments remain anonymous to the public. Applicant names and/or details will not be shared. Comments concerning the Joint Commission Minutes from the SCB’s and stakeholders, will be reviewed by the Rules and Technical Committee whom shall determine if the new rule or rule change will be approved or rejected, at the Rules and Technical Committee Meeting to be held in August. Rule Change Requests for the 2021 MoMS closed on the 15th of March 2020. Any Rule Change Requests submitted post the 15th of Match 2020 will be considered for the 2022 MoMS. For further information or clarification, please contact the Rules & Technical (Admin) Coordinator via the below contact details, or refer to the rule change process here.
11th June: From MNSW
In case you haven’t heard the news yet NSW Sports Minister, Geoff Lee, has recently confirmed that over 18’s community sport can recommence at the same time as the juniors from the 1st of July. The minister acknowledged the current outdoor sports restrictions, including no more than 10 people, but stated those rules will be lifted from next month as the government continue to ease NSW restrictions. At this stage we can’t provide specifics around certain COVID standards as the NSW Government are currently still meeting and working on the guidelines. Geoff Lee has also advised that along with the COVID-19 guidelines, the government are working on a checklist for sports to utilise and follow and that this would be released at the end of the week. It seems that there will still be social distancing required and to limit things such as spectator crowds however this will all be confirmed in the coming days. Some guidelines will be : Develop and comply with a COVID-19 safety management plan Operate with restricted numbers (one person per four square metres and up to 50 people in each of the existing seated food and drinks area, whichever is the lesser excluding staff members, on the premises; and Keep contact details of persons entering the premises
To see the full details and media release from the Office of Sport please click here.
With this confirmation, we will be releasing the amended calendar with MNSW and MA dates within the next week. All club open events that were already scheduled still hold their spots on the calendar unless otherwise communicated with the office that they will not be running. For now we ask for your patience and to stay tuned as when we are provided with the documents we will have them to you all ASAP.
9th June: In a series of short articles over the coming days the Motorcycling Australia Alliance will answer a number of frequently asked questions about our organisation. In this article we will outline what is included in your MA License. Read more===>
6th June: MNSW newsletter. A return to racing in NSW is fast approaching and for many, this cannot come soon enough. Read more===>
Just a reminder that MNSW sports committee nominations close 5PM June 10th next Wednesday.
31st May: For the dirt track practice day on the 14th of June Cost of riding will be $60.00 per rider.
There will be 3 session at 1.5 hours per session and riders can only ride in one of the sessions. Riders can nominate which session to a maximum of 10 riders. Riders will not be accepted if they turn up on the day without prior entry or payment.
Sessions will be a period of 1.5 hours – (times subject to change)
Session 1: Gates Open: 9.30 am, Riders Briefing & Practice: 10.00am, Practice concludes: 11.30am, Departure by: 11.45am
Session 2: Gates Open: 11.45 pm, Riders Briefing & Practice: 12.00pm, Practice concludes: 1.30pm, Departure by: 1.45pm
Session 3: Gates Open: 1.45 pm, Riders Briefing & Practice: 2.00pm, Practice concludes: 3.30pm, Departure by: 3.45pm
29th May: Motorcycling Australia (MA) have outlined the following timeline for the reactivation of licence sales and a return to competitive activity. Read more===>
MNSW announcement Read more===>
11th May: In consultation with all state controlling bodies (SCB) and the expected winding back of state government restrictions surrounding sport and mass gatherings in the coming weeks, Motorcycle Australia (MA) can confirm that recreational and non-competitive activity is set to resume on a state-by-state basis commencing this weekend May 9, 2020. Read more===>
Statement from Motorcycling NSW. Read more===>
7th May: The track is in a real mess at the moment. We can still do the social distancing and have a working bee on the 17/5/20 to have the noise wall put back up. We need to have the complex ready again for when we are allowed to start up again.
Gates open at 10.00am. Please contact a committee member so we know who will be there so that we do not breach the rules.
23rd April: Inclusivity Grants for idividuals: The Dylan Alcott Foundation is committed to helping young Australians with disabilities overcome the barriers of entry to sport and education by providing fundraising for grants, scholarships and mentoring. Find out if you are eligible and apply here .
Members, we are still in need of you to step up and help in the running of the club. We have 2 positions available which at the moment are being shared by the committee members.
Positions which need to be filled: Canteen Coordinator and Raffle Coordinator
Please consider doing a position as it’s not difficult and would help the club.
If interested please contact David Smith or a committee member for more information. Thank you and your help is needed.
We look forward to seeing you all once this ban on social gatherings has been lifted and we can all start racing again!!!!
21st April: Due to no nominations being received in the most recent advertised period, we are now extending the nomination period for MNSW Directors until the 1st May 2020. Please read the attached memo from the Board of Directors as well as the nomination form .
Please be advised that nominations for positions on our 2020 Sports Committees are now open.
Given that under the new constitution all committee positions must be appointed by the board of directors, all current committee positions will be declared vacant at the AGM and reappointed by the Board based on the nominations received. Those who were current committee members are encouraged to re-nominate, as is anyone else in the sport who wishes to contribute to the growth and future direction of their discipline.
20th April: Remy would like to invite you to his Instagram LIVE with MOTOGP on their official channel - Monday 20th April, 2020 at 1230 Spanish time. Read more===>
5th April: On Monday March 30, Motorcycling Australia released a statement that due to the rapidly changing environment and increasing government restrictions around COVID-19, as of April 1 no further events would take place and license sales would be suspended until further notice. Please read the statement from Motorcycling NSW
3rd April: The CCJMCC have decided to declare Sunday 19-4-20 National Motorsport Thank You Day. Read more===>
Press release from the MNSW board. Read more===>
Remy Garner is ripping up his back garden to pass the time. Read more===>
2nd April: Latest information from the NSW Office Of Sport. Read more===>
6th March: There are two position still needing to be filled which are a Canteen Coordinator and Raffle Person.
Please nominate for these jobs or there may be no food available at the track and no Chrissie presents for the riders at the end of the year.
28th February: New 2020 race order. Also listed on the calendar of events page. Read more===>
25th February: New pricing for 2020 rider fees. Read more===>
COMMITTEE POSITIONS AVAILABLE NEED TO BE FILLED
Thank you to the members who stepped up at the AGM and filled some of the position on the committee.
Members, we are still in need of you to step up and help in the running of the club. We have 3 position available which at the moment are being shared by the committee members.
Positions which need to be filled: Canteen Coordinator, Points Recorder, Raffle Coordinator
Please consider doing a position as it’s not difficult and would help the club. If interested please contact David Smith or a committee member for more information. Thank you and your help is needed.
OFFICIALS NEEDED FOR THE CLUB TO RUN MEETINGS
The club has limited people who are officials to run meetings. If these officials can not attend then we cannot run meeting. We need, Clerk of Course, Stewards, Scrutineers and Race Secretary. Please put your hand up as we need the next generation to come through. More information regarding seminars is available on the MNSW website.
15th February: AGM and Sign On Practice Day this Sunday! We are looking forward to a great year in 2020, so start off the year with a ride with us this weekend.
We will also be holding the AGM. We have some great plans for this year, but we can’t do it alone! Being part of the committee is a great way to be involved in your club and to help shape its future. You don’t need a degree, just an hour or two a week, some fresh ideas and a genuine interest in our sport. Sunday will be a great time to nominate for any of the following positions:
President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary and Assistant Secretary, Speedway Coordinator, Canteen Coordinator, Point Recorder, Track Maintenance, Digital Marketing Coordinator, Clerk of the Course, MNSW Delegates.
With the formalities out of the way we will also get in plenty of riding!
Parts of the complex need some maintenance following last weekend’s weather so if you have a mate bring them! We will need everyone to chip in and give us a hand with a few odd jobs.
8th February: MNSW has a survey about dirt track. If you are interested in the sport please take a few minutes to it. Just click here.
6th February: Jacob Roulstone's new adventure.
Jacob announced this morning on social media his plans for the year. He and I are moving to Spain to join Team Leopard Impala racing in the FIM CEV moto 3 European Talent Cup. Big decision but it’s where it all happens. Cheers. Leah Roulstone
The club would like to wish Jacob and his family and their next adventure of motorcycling racing.
5th February: MA information bulletin on updates made to Speedway Australian Championship Selection Read more===>
Information Bulletin: Dirt Track and Track Chapter Combination and Alterations to the 2020 MoMS. Read more===>
Read Chapter 15
Download MA Rule Change Request Form
29th January: There will be a WORKING BEE and KICK START on Sunday, 2nd February commencing at 9.00 am to have the complex neat and tidy for the start of the season. It would be great if members could donate part of their day for this.
We need an electrician and someone with welding and oxy equipment to do a couple of jobs.
Please bring along lawn mowers, whipper snippers and what ever tools you may think will help to clean and do maintenance for the complex.
Lunch and drinks will be provided for those who turn up.
Thank you and please spare a couple of hours to help on the day as many hands make light work.
19th January: Members, 2020 Bike Ports are now available for yearly hire. Cost for the year is $100.00 per port.
If you are interested please downolad and complete the hire form and email back with payment.
10th January: COACHING CLINIC – Sunday 9th February 2020. There will be a coaching clinic on the Sunday 9th February 2020. There are 12 places available at a cost of $90.00 per rider. Canteen will be open on the day. Please text on 0412 506 503 to reserve your place.