Time to make it official!
Finally after years of lockdowns and restrictions, IRC Off Road will host the 2022 Campbelltown Hobbies RCRA 1/8 Off-Road NSW State Titles November 4-6.
All classes will be subject to scrutineering throughout the event as per RCRA rules.
1st Class: $65
Additional Classes: $45.
This event will be online entry only. Payments for the event must also be made online and prior to the event.
All entry information including the entry form and bank account details for payments can be found here:
You will have the option of purchasing a one-off 2022 NSW State Titles T-Shirt when entering online.
All entries must be made and paid for by BEFORE 28/10/22.
Any entries made/paid after this date will incur a $30 late fee.
If you choose to purchase a T-Shirt when entering, your entry MUST be made and paid by 11.59pm 04/10/22. If you do not enter AND pay by this date, you will not receive a T-Shirt.
The canteen will be open throughout the three days with food/drink available.
Cash and EFTPOS are available.
Porta-Loo toilets (male and female) will be on site. There is also a toilet block approx 5min walk from the track at the Athletics field (no showers).
We have mains power available, but please bring your extension leads/power boards.
We have a blow/wash bay for all drivers to use.
Undercover pit area/power/chairs/tables will be available for INTERSTATE DRIVERS ONLY. If there are leftover chairs/tables, they can be utilised by local racers, however, we recommend BYO tables/chairs.
Tents/gazebos WILL NOT be supplied at all for local drivers.
Camping is allowed at the track, however, please note there are no showers at the track. The main gates to the facility are also locked between the hours of 11pm - 6am.
Event schedule will be posted after final numbers have been confirmed.
There will be a concourse before qualifying begins on Saturday morning.
A raffle will also be available with prizes from our wonderful event sponsors. Tickets will be on sale all weekend with the raffle being drawn at the conclusion of racing, Sunday.
A massive thank you to all of our event sponsors:
For all event updates moving forward, please follow our:
Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/ircoffroad
OR, this page!
Just thought I would post up some information regarding Proline this weekend for anyone who is unsure or may not have been to our Club before.
Camping: is allowed. However, please keep in mind there is no showers at the facility, and the closest toilet block is a 5min walk down to the Athletics Field amenities.
Please also keep in mind that Council lock the entrance to the whole sporting complex at 11pm until 6am. Whether this is spot on 11pm, a bit before or a bit after we don't know and it is out of our control. So please ensure you have arrived/don't need to get your car out after this time.
Power: We have mains power at the track, so bring your extension leads and power boards.
Tables/Chairs/Marquees: We have a limited supply of chairs and tables. These are first in best dress.
If you have the ability to bring your own, we recommend doing so.
We do not have Marquees for this event - please BYO.
Water/Blow Off: We have a blow and wash bay at the track for all to use, so no need to BYO compressor.
Canteen: Will be open both Sat and Sun for food/drinks. EFTPOS is available for all purchases.
Race Entry: Is online entry only. No entries will be accepted on the day. Entries close 11.59pm Thursday 15/09/22. Entry can be completed here: https://www.ircoffroad.com/online-registration.html
Tires: Being a Proline event for those who have never attended one, it is controlled tire event. Proline Blockade's are the control tire and will be available for purchase at the canteen. Proline Aus has confirmed tire price will be $75.
First Class: $30
Additional Classes: $15.
Additional Classes: Anyone running two classes must ensure that they marshal the races they are required too. Whether you do it yourself or get someone to fill in, it doesn't matter. But your marshal position must be filled. Failure to do so will lead to you losing your fastest qualifier.
Format/Schedule: Format will be standard Proline - 3 rounds qualifying, rocket round deciding your place in the finals, then ABC finals (EP to run 3 x 10min A final, and lower EP finals will be 2 x 10min).
Schedule will be posted once I have final numbers on entries (Friday).
Saturday will be open practice from 10am - 4pm.
Sunday we race.
Due to ACT States being postponed (wet weather) we have decided to run a Club Day this Sunday. This means we will be running back to back this Sunday and next Sunday (21/08/22 / 28/08/22).
See you there!
After careful consideration, both the IRC Committee and Proline Australia have agreed to cancel this weekends Proline Round.
This is due to the extreme weather forecast that is due to hit tomorrow and run all weekend.
We would prefer to call it early to allow everyone to cancel their accommodation and get refunded.
We will work with Proline Australia to get the event rescheduled and advise once we have an update.
Juniors class has been added to the entry list for Proline. Please note this class will require a minimum 7 entries to go ahead.
If the Junior that is racing is too young/inexperienced to marshal, it is the parents responsibility to marshal for them, or provide a replacement marshal.
Enter online HERE.
Finally, we have had a few weeks without rain and this has given us the opportunity to finish the track rebuild.
In some sections of the track, the clay was still very wet underneath the surface, making it extremely difficult to work with. It took two full weekends of machinery and the committee's time to get the track back into shape, but considering what it looked like 3 weeks ago, we are very proud of the efforts. HUGE thank you to all those involved - you know who you are.
Is it perfect? No. But it gives us the ability to start racing again and changes/fixed can be implemented as we move forward.
Thank you all for your patience. We can finally get back racing!
There is a Timed Practice Day scheduled for this Sunday (19/06/22). Memberships are also due for 2022 and are payable at the canteen this Sunday.
We hope to see you there!
Below are some pictures of the completed track.
Just wanted to give everyone an update on the track rebuild and where we are at to get back racing.
Unfortunately, as most of you are probably aware and dealing with yourselves, the weather over the last month or so has been atrocious and has meant we have not been able to get on the track with machinery at all. This has obviously pushed back our progress with the track rebuild, and with more heavy rain due over the next week, we are unsure as to when we may be able to get back on the track with machines to continue.
Fingers crossed this is sooner rather than later. I will be sure to keep posting updates here and on our Facebook group.
Stay safe in this weather everyone and hopefully we can get back to some racing soon!
Hope you all had a great Xmas and New Year. Just giving you all an update in regards to the track rebuild and the start of racing/some minor changes for 2022.
Track Rebuild: Firstly, we are still in the middle of the track rebuild. Unfortunately, the wonderful weather we have had of late has been pushing progress back. We have a lot of machinery booked in for next weekend, so we are hoping to smash out a huge weekend and get 95% of the build finished. This will (hopefully) allow us to get our first event underway the first weekend of Feb (weather permitting). We are bringing HUGE amounts of clay onto the track and believe when we are finished we will have a cracking track/surface.
Race Calendar: Our race calendar will be finalized and posted once I have a solid date for our first club day. I will post it up here and on our website as soon as this is finalized.
Memberships: A reminder that 2022 memberships are due and will be payable once we start racing at the canteen. The prices for memberships in 2022 have remained the same:
Sponsorships: The committee has made the decision that all sponsorships from 2021 will be carried over to 2022. Due to the lack of racing we did in 2021, we believe the sponsors did not get value for money. IF, however, you were a sponsor and are in the financial position to still contribute to the club, and would like too, please reach out - it would be much appreciated after the slow year we had due to lockdowns. If you would like to become a new sponsor of the club, please reach out to me directly to discuss.
Minor changes: Race fees for 2022 will have a minor change:
IRC Off Road's Annual General Meeting will be held at the conclusion of racing at our final race meet for the year (12/12/21). The meeting start time will be approx 5pm.
All members are welcome to have your say and vote in the new committee for the 2022 racing year.
An update from the Club! We met tonight and have decided to move forward slightly differently to last planned.
Currently, so long as the Government sticks to their word, we will be allowed to commence from November 1st.
We are no longer going to undertake a track rebuild this year (due to the small amount of time we have left in this years season). The rebuild will now take place in the off season early next year, which means we will have a brand new, fresh track ready for next years racing season.
We will be doing our best to get the current track back into shape to finish out the remainder of the year. Please see our updated calendar attached which outlines our racing plan for the remainder of 2021.
We have also decided to cancel the Christmas Party this year, instead opting for a big two day event early next year, on the new track layout. This will be announced in more detail in the coming months.
I also want to remind everyone that is looks like until at least December 1st, any person to attend a practice/club day MUST be fully vaccinated and show proof of this, while checking in to the premises.
Fingers crossed only a few weeks till we are back at it!