Rules

Mandatory Rules To Be Read Before Attending an Event

General

  • No Alcohol at the event
  • You must have a helmet and neck to wrist to ankle clothing.
  • Any Reckless or Dangerous Driving (burn outs, donuts etc) and you will be asked to leave on the spot without a refund. You will not be invited back.
  • No canvassing without express permission. You will be asked to leave.
  • No third party in car driving instructors allowed.

On Track

The following rules will be enforced with no exception. If you break the rules you will be asked to leave the event without refund.

  • Red Light/Flag:- If a red light is displayed (or flag waved) you must slow down to 40km/h and leave the track immediately.
  • Yellow Light/Flag:- If the yellow Light (or flag) is out you must slow down to until the yellow is cleared.
  • Corner Overtaking:- You must not follow the car ahead of you too closely especially in corners. You must not drive in a dangerous manor. You will only get one warning, if you repeat the behaviour you will be asked to leave.

Driving

  • Drifting is not allowed.
  • No passengers are allowed in your car on the track except during a designated passenger session.
  • Do not enter the track from the pit lane until directed to do so.
  • Pit lane limited to 40 km/h.
  • Pit lane is one way, go to the back gate to re-enter the pit lane.
  • Overtaking is only allowed on the main straight(s) after the driver ahead has signalled with indicators or a hand signal. The indicator or hand signal will be on the side the lead car wants to be overtaken on.
  • The driver being overtaken must back off and allow the overtake manoeuvre to occur before the next corner. Two cars must not enter a corner side by side.
  • Strictly no tail-gating. The following driver must maintain at least 2 car lengths (10m) bumper to bumper at any time unless overtaking.
  • Use your rear vision mirrors. Be aware of where you are and who is around you on the track.
  • Only drivers who have pre-booked and are members of the day will be allowed to participate on the day.

Spectators

  • Only drivers and nominated crew members will be allowed into the pit area. All other spectators will be in the designated spectator area.
  • If you bring someone as a spectator you are responsible for their behavior. If they break the rules both of you will be asked to leave and excluded from future events.

Equipment Condition

THE SAFETY OF YOUR VEHICLE IS SOLEY YOUR RESPONSIBILITY

Sydney Super Sprints suggests that you have your vehicle checked and serviced by a professional before hitting the track.

There may be a basic equipment safety checks on the day. But in preparation for Track Day please us the following check list.

Minimum Equipment Safety Check List:-

  • Check that your helmet has the required safety stickers and has no cracks.
  • Check that your clothing is long sleeved, neck to wrist to ankle.
  • Check that your seat belts are secure and working correctly.
  • Check that your seats are secure.
  • Check your fluid levels, and your engine for leaks.
  • Check your exhaust for smoke.
  • Check tyres are in good condition.
  • Check there are no loose items under the bonnet or in the cabin or boot (including unsecured video cameras).
  • Check that your battery is not loose. Preferably the terminals are not exposed.
  • Check all panel work is secured.
  • Check that your brake lights and indicators work.
  • Check your brakes work correclty and have good pad life remaining.
  • Check your windshield is secure and free of cracks.
  • Check your bonnet is secure.
  • Check your doors and side windows are secure.
  • Check your wheel studs and nuts are secure.

ENSURE YOU HAVE YOUR TOW HOOK AND IT IS FITTED TO THE CAR AT THE TRACK.

If you are missing any safety equipment, you will not be able to drive and there will be no refund of track day fees. This is not negotiable.

It is recommended that a fire extinguisher is installed in your car. A fire extinguisher may become a mandatory track day requirement in the future.

RACE CARS: (FAST CARS)

At track day we put the quickest cars into Group 1. Some of these cars are capable of lap times in the mid to low 60’s on the North Circuit.

These are cars such as the Radical Race Cars, the Porsche Cup Cars, and the Highly Modified R35 GTRs.

The Sydney Super Sprint series is proudly hosted by Roll Racing Australia Pty Ltd

ABN 47612438552

Roll Racing Australia Terms & Conditions of Entry

All drivers must be a minimum of 18 years of age and hold a current drivers license.

We DO NOT accept Learner’s permits.

All drivers need a RACERS Licence to take part in the Roll Racing events. They can be purchased online at  HERE or the day of the event at the accreditation office, you will save your self consider time on the day if you have pre-purchased a license on line. The benefits of RACERS licence can be found HERE

When you arrive at the venue your first stop will be at the Accreditation Office you will need to have you ticket and photo identification/drivers licence with you.

It is the responsibility of the driver/owner of the vehicle to ensure that the vehicle is adequately prepared for the event. Look over your car prior to taking part in this event remove any loose items from the car, such things like; water bottles, tyres, tools or any similar items that may become projectiles in the event of an accident. You need working headlights and tail lights, seats need to be firmly secure, seat belts need to be working, check steering, brakes, brake lights, battery clamps and all other safety equipment fitted should be in excellent working order.

Entrants are required to wear helmets, enclosed footwear and non-flammable clothing with full coverage from ankle to wrist to neck. All Entrants/drivers need to follow all Roll Racing Australia Staff and/or Official’s directions promptly and to full compliance.

If you have passengers that are coming to ride along with you make sure they have all the safety gear that the drivers are required to wear.

Entrants are responsible for their actions on and off the track. RACERS license’s cover personal Injury but not property. If you disrespect the venue by doing burnouts, drifting or speeding through the spectator areas you will be asked to leave the event and wont be able to take part in any further Roll Racing events.

You should have a tow point hook or strap attached to your vehicle so if you need recovery it can be done quickly, and you accept the risks involved with towing or recovering your car.

General Conditions
• Management reserves the right to inspect and / or search bags, motor vehicles and motorcycles brought into or out of the venue. This may require the persons assistance.
• Persons gaining unauthorised access to a Roll Racing Event will be evicted and may be liable for prosecution.
• Persons who use offensive or threatening language, cause a disturbance or refuse to comply with requests made by Roll Racing Staff will be evicted.
• Alcohol cannot be brought into any Roll Racing Event.
• Children must be supervised by a responsible adult or guardian at all times.
• Persons who throw articles or gain unauthorised entry onto the circuit will be evicted and may be liable for prosecution.
• Persons bringing personal items into a Roll Racing Event do so at their own risk and Roll Racing Australia Pty Ltd will not be held responsible for any damages to, loss or theft of personal property.
• Any unauthorized commercial activity including ticket selling, soliciting, customer surveying, or attaching advertisements is not permitted.

• Any unauthorised capturing of images for commercial use or broadcast in any format is not permitted.
•  Any property left unattended at the conclusion of each event will be deemed abandoned and forfeited to Roll Racing Australia Pty Ltdk.

Refusal of Entry
For the comfort, safety and enjoyment of all persons, management reserves the right to:
• Refuse entry to any persons deemed to be intoxicated and/or disorderly;
• Refuse entry to any unauthorised persons;
• Refuse entry to persons who attempt to bring any restricted or prohibited items into Sydney Motorsport Park.

Any antisocial or violent behavior by anyone inside the venue will not be tolerated, this will result in you being evicted from the venue and reported to the police if necessary with no refunds.

The following conditions of entry apply to all persons entering Sydney Motorsport Park (“SMSP”) unless written consent has been granted from the Australian Racing Drivers’ Club (“ARDC”). Event specific conditions may also apply.
DISCLAIMER – Exclusion of Liability, Release and Assumption of Risk MOTOR SPORT IS DANGEROUS
In exchange for being able to attend or participate in the event, you agree:
• to release the Australian Racing Drivers Club Ltd, Roll Racing Australia PTY LTD the promoters, sponsor organisations, land owners and lessees, organisers of the event, their respective servants, officials, representatives and agents
(collectively, the “Associated Entities”) from all liability for your death, personal injury (including burns), psychological trauma, loss or damage (including property damage) (“harm”) howsoever arising from your participation in or attendance at the event, except to the extent prohibited by law;

• that RACERS and the Associated Entities do not make any warranty, implied or express, that the event services will be provided with due care and skill or that any materials provided in connection with the services will be fit for the purpose for which they are supplied; and
• to attend or participate in the event at your own risk.

You acknowledge that:
• the risks associated with attending or participating in the event include the risk that you may suffer harm as a result of:
 motor vehicles (or parts of them) colliding with other motor vehicles, persons or property;
 acts of violence and other harmful acts (whether intentional or inadvertent) committed by persons attending or participating in the event; and the failure or unsuitability of facilities (including grand-stands, fences and guard rails) to
ensure the safety of persons or property at the event.
• motor sport is dangerous and that accidents causing harm can and do happen and may happen to you. You accept the conditions of, and acknowledge the risks arising from, attending or participating in the event and being provided with the event services by RACERS, and the Associated Entities.

General Conditions
• Management reserves the right to inspect and / or search bags, motor vehicles and motorcycles brought into or out of the venue. This may require the persons assistance.
• Persons gaining unauthorised access to Sydney Motorsport Park will be evicted and may be liable for prosecution.
• Persons who use offensive or threatening language, cause a disturbance or refuse to comply with requests made by Sydney Motorsport Park staff will be evicted.
• Alcohol cannot be brought into or taken from Sydney Motorsport Park.
• Smoking on the premises is not permitted in any pit and paddock areas, seated, thoroughfare and concourse areas and buildings, balconies and pit roof.
• Children must be supervised by a responsible adult or guardian at all times.
• Persons who throw articles or gain unauthorised entry onto the circuit will be evicted and may be liable for prosecution.
• Persons consent to the recording of their image or likeness including audio and visual.
• Persons bringing personal items into Sydney Motorsport Park do so at their own risk and Australian Racing Drivers’ Club will not be held responsible for any damages to, loss or theft of personal property.
• Any unauthorized commercial activity including ticket selling, soliciting, customer surveying, or attaching advertisements is not permitted.

• Any unauthorised capturing of images for commercial use or broadcast in any format is not permitted.
• Use of rope, bunting, poles, temporary fencing, tarpaulin, paint, or any other materials to create segregated or reserved viewing areas is strictly prohibited. Sydney Motorsport Park may remove all such materials at their discretion (including at the conclusion of racing on each day of the Event). Any property left unattended at the conclusion of each day will be deemed abandoned and forfeited to Sydney Motorsport Park.
Refusal of Entry
For the comfort, safety and enjoyment of all persons, management reserves the right to:
• Refuse entry to any persons deemed to be intoxicated and/or disorderly;
• Refuse entry to any unauthorised persons;
• Refuse entry to persons who attempt to bring any restricted or prohibited items into Sydney Motorsport Park.

Restricted / Prohibited Items
The following items are not permissible in Sydney Motorsport Park:
• Glass or breakable containers;
• Alcoholic beverages;
• Illicit drugs;
• Flares, fireworks, laser pointers, knives, firearms, dangerous weapons or any device that has the potential to cause injury or public nuisance;
• Air horns;
• Gas BBQ’s, gas bottles or any naked flames;
• Spray cans or compressed air canisters;
• All animals except guiding or assistance animals;
• Skateboards and roller blades;
• Recording devices for commercial purposes;
• Platforms, structures or materials to be used to erect platforms or other viewing platforms;
• Commercial, political or offensive clothing, banners, logos or signage;
• Outlaw motorcycle or crime gang colours;
• Any items or goods for public sale.
Food and Beverage
Persons are permitted to bring the following items into Sydney Motorsport Park:
• Pre-packaged food such as sandwiches, fruit, biscuits, crisps, etc. for individual consumption;
• Unopened non-alcoholic beverages for individual consumption.

Persons are not permitted to bring packaged or commercial branded food and beverage products to Sydney
Motorsport Park.
No Smoking Policy
For the comfort of all within Sydney Motorsport Park, a no-smoking policy is in place for all pit and paddock areas, seated, thoroughfare and concourse areas and buildings balconies and pit roof. Smoking is only permissible in designated smoking areas.
Liquor Licencing
All persons entering Sydney Motorsport Park are advised that:
• They are entering licenced premises;
• Intoxicated persons will not be permitted to enter;
• Persons in possession of liquor will not be permitted to enter;
• Checking procedures will apply to prevent persons possessing liquor from entering;
• Intoxicated persons will be removed from the premises;
• It is an offence for minors to purchase and consume liquor;
• It is an offence to purchase liquor for (or supply liquor to) minors;
• Persons supplying liquor to minors will be reported to the Police and penalties apply under the Liquor Act 2007.
• Persons under 25 years of age may need to show valid ID as proof of age for purchase and consumption of liquor.
Responsible Service of Alcohol . he management of Sydney Motorsport Park supports the responsible service of alcohol.
General Risk Warning Under CIVIL LIABILITIES ACT 2002; General Admission Crowds may cause Recreational Risks. Patrons must assess their own risk on entry.