Local competitor Chris Granger has taken home the 2019 CAMS M.I.D Support Australian Khanacross Championship title in his Mozzie special buggy after a hard fought win over 2nd place of Bill Brown, driving an Arthur Jackson special buggy. Bill was leading the field at the end of Saturday after blitzing the other competitors on the tarmac surface at Ringwood Motor Sport Park. However, mechanical issues on Sunday opened the door for Chris who slowly clawed back the 20 seconds needed to gain the lead.
3rd outright and 1st 4WD home was another local competitor of Brad Clarke driving a Subaru Impreza.
1st junior went to 17 year old Heath Barry from Mossman, near Port Douglas
1st lady was Sydney local Stephanie Brown driving a special
With entries closing on Monday evening (16th September), the organisers have released the official entry list for the 2019 CAMS M.I.D. Support Australian Khanacross Championship. With a respectable field of 53 drivers, the organisers are looking forward to this weekend’s event which should challenge even the most seasoned driver.
The supplementary regulations and entry form for this event are now available on the event website (www.australiankhanacross.org.au) in the ‘Competitors’ section. Please read them carefully for more information on the details of the event.
There are several ways to enter the event including by mail, email, and using the CAMS Event Entry system. More details on the different entry methods are found in the supp regs. Entries will close on Monday 16th September and a running list of entries received can be found on the event website under the ‘Competitors’ section.
Entry fee payments will be accepted on the day (cash / cheque), however if the event becomes over subscribed, any person that has fully paid the entry fee will have priority over someone who is intending to pay on the day.
Should you have any queries, you can send an email to email@example.com or contact the clerk of the course, Dave Anderson, using the contact details found in the supp regs.
Regards The Organising Committee 2019 CAMS M.I.D.Support Australian Khanacross Championship
Westlakes Automobile Club Inc (WAC), based near Newcastle just north of the NSW central coast, have put their hand up to run this year’s round of the Australian Khanacross Championship (AKC). The event will be run over the weekend of the 21st and 22nd September.
The AKC became part of the CAMS Australian Championship stable back in 2013 and has been hotly contested over the past years with South Australia, Victoria, and Queensland all holding a round of the Championship.
WAC last attempted to run a round of the AKC back in 2015 however mother nature cruelly denied their efforts, not once but twice when the initial event and the rescheduled event were both washed out at the eleventh hour.
This year WAC is determined more than ever to hold a successful event with plans of providing weatherproof venues. As a new feature of the event, competition will be contested on both tarmac and dirt surfaces with possible tyre restrictions in place. The organisers hope that including a tarmac venue will ‘weatherproof’ the event.
With the introduction of a multi-surface event, the organisers hope that the event will attract a diverse field of entrants and vehicles. The event will be open to any member of a CAMS affiliated car club who also holds a minimum of a Level 2 Non-Speed or Level 2 Non-Speed Junior Licence.