January 13th: Pioneer Muscle Cars  and Slotit 80s Lemans 

       January 27th: SCX NASCAR  and NSR Early Lemans 

       February 10th: Ninco GT   and  Historic NASCAR 

       February 24th: NSR GT  and MJK V8  

       MARCH 10th: Sideways Group 5   and Pioneer Muscle Cars 

       March 31st: Slotit 80s Lemans   and SCX NASCAR 3.  

       April 14th:  NSR Early Lemans   and Ninco GT  

       April 28th:    Historic NASCAR   and NSR GT 

       May 5th:   MJK V8   and  Sideways Group 5 

       May 19th: Pioneer Muscle Cars   and Slotit 80s Lemans 

       June 2nd: SCX NASCAR  and  NSR Early Lemans 

       June 16th: Ninco GT    and   Historic NASCAR 

       June 30th:  NSR GT and MJK V8  

       July 14th :  Sideways Group 5   and  Pioneer Muscle Cars 

       July 28th: Slotit 80s Lemans   and SCX NASCAR 

    August 11th:  NSR Early Lemans  and Ninco GT  

    August 25th:  Historic NASCAR   and NSR GT  

    September 8th: MJK V8   and  Sideways Group 5 

    September 29th: Pioneer Muscle Cars / Slotit 80s Lemans  /SCX NASCAR /  NSR Early Lemans 

October 6th: Ninco GT /  Historic NASCAR / NSR GT / MJK V8  

November 24th   Sideways Group 5  Teams Race


December 8th. TROPHY NIGHT

Just an idea so that we can fit 5 races per class in this shortened year I thought it would be quite novel to have a sprint night for each of the classes, except 1, at the end of the season. What I am thinking is that we use the ladder placings to position every one and just run a knock out race. In other words we just run the second half of the race for each of 4 classes on the night.

The Teams Race, as suggested by Tony, could be run with the Top driver and the Bottom driver, as per ladder standings, teaming up and racing against Second Top and Second from Bottom and so on. 

All points throughout the year will be as follows 50 points for 1st place 48 for 2nd and so on down to 10th place 30 points. 10th place will be the lowest points you can receive on the night. No points for no shows!

All these are suggestions that can be discussed on the 1st race night when we will have an earlier start to the evening sausage sizzle!

Note; Some dates later in season may change due to work


16 Responses to 02: WASCRG 2018 RACE CALENDER

  1. Mike McGrath says:

    Hey Chris! Brrrrmmm Brrrmmm ( because Confucius says if you make car noises while you are racing you go faster )

  2. Syd says:

    With upwards of 20 people racing on any evening we may have to start qualifying a little earlier than usual. If we kick off qualifying around 7pm any late comers will be able to slot in at the tail end. Also if we could have a rsvp it would make it a little easier to adjust for the numbers in the case of catering and time management! There is no problem if you turn up after 7:30 as long as we know you are coming! If you could SMS me on my mobile by the Thursday before the race night it would be appreciated, Thanks Syd

  3. clive says:

    On my 3rd time racing with WASCRG Group and loving it. Cannot wait to have my cars up and running. Looking forward to saturday night 14th september.see you there. Cheers clive

  4. Robbie says:

    We’re. R the meetings

  5. Ron layton says:

    Hi Syd, and fellow club members sorry cant attend opening meeting due to having a car
    in Motoriveation car show at Kwinana on friday sat & sunday.
    Have a great night of racing.

  6. Rob T says:

    Had my first night at Syds last night,The guys are very helpful and all made me feel very welcome and the racing was very close and challenging.Thanks to Syd for the invite and i will definatly be back,very well run club.

  7. Glyn Taylor says:

    Hi, I am from Perth now living in Manchester UK . My love affair with slot cars started as 10 year old at Strombeckers. Arther Hurst who owned it Raced sidecars at Claremont Speedway and he and my father Chum Taylor were good friends. I get back to Perth every other year and look forward with racing with you guys. I race here at the South Manchester Club and at Pendle Club. We race every week on a 5 lane 31 meter track. The clubs here set rules for each class which allows a good set up with a few mods. My best car at the moment is a Racer Sideways 935 porsche fitted with a slot it sidewinder motor mount. The rules for this class is 60/70’s Lemans, Inline or sidewinder must run a NSR shark 20K motor. I am 62 this year and will be coming back to Perth for good in the next year or 2. I look forward to meeting you on my next visit.

    Glyn Taylor

  8. Lim Cheng Law says:

    Hey Syd, there’s a pretty good possibility I will be visiting Perth from 10 April – 23 April, 2016. So if you guys are racing during that short period, I hope to be able to find the time to fit in a race with all of you and renew acquaintances.


  9. Syd says:

    Hi Lim you will be more than welcome!

  10. Lim Cheng Law says:

    Hi Syd, long time no talk! Sorry about the false start last year but this time, I will definitely be in Perth from 14 Sept until 8 Oct. During my first 2 weeks there, I won’t have time to do much slot racing or meet up with you guys as I will be taking off down south with an old friend on 18 to 22 Sept. It is doubtful if I can make it to your track on 23 Sept. as my daughter has bought tickets for me to accompany my grandson to the DanTDM Show (whatever that is!) at the Perth Riverside Theatre for that day, so if the timing is not right, I may not be able to make it to your place. I see your next race day after that is on 7 Oct., the day before I fly back to Kuala Lumpur early next morning, so hopefully, I can get round to seeing you guys at least on that day and have a run on your track before I leave.


  11. Syd says:

    Hi Lim you are welcome any time and look forward to your visit! If Andrew, who always insists that he will try and get there but tends to fail!, can’t make it there are others up that way who will assist in getting you here. Cheers Syd

  12. Philip Bradshaw says:

    Please send me a 2018 race calendar when it is available. I am very interested in racing but would like to watch, maybe be a corner marshall for a few races & would like to discuss building my own cars

    Thanks, phil

  13. Peter H says:

    The 2018 Calendar looks good to me and I’m happy with the knockout race concept. For the teams race, I would suggest running the class with the closest times across the field. If the spread is close for a few classes, or a tie breaker is needed pick the class with less thrills and spills

  14. nick says:

    seems all ok for me.like the idea of something different with the teams and knock out races.

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