2010 ALL BRITISH

WAKEFIELD PARK JUNE 27th 2010

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The Scoring system is designed so that the team with the lowest Final Factor wins the event.

Manager’s Kit) and submit it to the Event Secretary by 5.00pm on Saturday 10th July, 2010

The following is an explanation on how this Final Factor is arrived at and a description of the

Team Managers may change their competitors’ nominated times by submitting a Competitors

variables that make up the calculation.

Lap Time Revision Form no later than 9.00am on Sunday11th July 2010 to the Event Secretary

*Goal Laps For this example, each team comprises a minimum of 4 competitors and each competitor nominates a lap time in whole seconds that they believe they can maintain while on the circuit. Those nominated lap times (in seconds) are averaged and divided into 6 hours to give a theoretical maximum number of laps that could be achieved by the team. This number is then

or their representative.

laps actually completed by the team, varied by the addition of Bonus Laps or subtraction of Penalty Laps.

* Regularity Factor Regularity Factor is the difference between a driver’s fastest lap time and the average of their slowest 5 lap times. *Factor 1

*Bonus Laps

Factor 1 is Goal Laps / Achieved A Bonus Lap is reward for maintainLaps ing regularity and is awarded when Example: 564 / 352 = 1.602 the driver completes a lap within + 0.99 seconds of their nominated lap time.

*Factor 2

*Penalty Laps

e.g. Driver # 1 = fastest lap (1:15.10) and average of slowest 5 laps (1:18.28), factor

A Penalty Lap occurs when the driver completes a lap under their nominated lap time.

doubled and rounded to the nearest whole number to take into account “Bonus Laps” to *Changeover Laps

arrive at “Goal Laps” for the team. A Changeover Lap occurs when a driver leaves the circuit i.e. at a Example: changeover. The inlap 4 drivers Driver #1 nominates of the incoming car and the out-lap 1:15.00 = 75 seconds of the outgoing car (a total of 2 laps, Driver #2 nominates 1:20.00 = 80 combined seconds time exceeding 2:30 minutes) are Driver #3 nominates 1:19.00 = 79 not counted. The software automatiseconds cally recognises a Driver #4 nominates 1:12.00 = 72 period in excess of 2:30 minutes seconds and generates a Changeover Lap. It Total = 306 / 4 = 76.5 is shown on the 21600 (6 hours) / 76.5

print out as *****.

= 282.35 x 2 = 564 Goal Laps

*

Factor 2 is obtained by averaging all the drivers’ Regularity Factors

= 3.18 Driver # 2 = 3.12 Driver # 3 = 4.87 Driver # 4 = 4.42 These factors are added and averaged to determine the team’s Factor 2, in this case = 3.897

*Final Factor The winning team has the lowest Final Factor.

Team Managers to complete Com- Achieved Laps petitors Lap Time Nomination Form Achieved Laps is the number of (included in Team 2011 Wakefield 6 Hour Regularity

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WARNING: MOTOR RACING IS DANGEROUS Motor Racing is DANGEROUS, and spectators attending this track do so entirely at their own risk. It is a condition of admission that all persons having a connection with the promotion, and/or organisation, and/or conduct of the meeting, including the owners of the land and the riders and owners of vehicles and passengers in the vehicles, are absolved from all liability arising out of the accidents causing damage or personal injury to spectators or ticket holders, except where due care and skill has not been exercised. ALCOHOL IS NOT PERMITTED IN THE PADDOCK AREA BY ORDER OF AUSTRALIAN AUTO-SPORT ALLIANCE. ANIMALS ARE NOT PERMITTED AT THE CIRCUIT AS PER THE NCR’S.

Organising Committee:

Kayla Edwards, Matthew Ronke, David Firminger

CLERK OF COURSE:

David Firminger

AASA STEWARD:

Matthew Ronke

RACE SECRETARY:

Kayla Edwards

CHIEF SCRUTINEER:

TBA

CHIEF TIMEKEEPER:

Eldee Timing

RECOVERY:

Chris Lenihan and Southern Cross Motorsport Fire and Rescue

FLAG MARSHALS:

Wakefield Park Team

TRACK Preparation:

Sam Gill, Craig Rutherford and Matt Keegan

MEDICAL SERVICES:

Ambulance Service Australia

OFFICE:

Robyn Ryan, Gail Lewis

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SATURDAY 8:00

Scruitineering

9:00

Drivers Briefing - Base of Control Tower

9:00

Practice Group 1

60 minute

10:15

Practice Group 2

60 minute

11:30

Practice Group 3

60 minute

12:30

Lunch Break 1 Hour

1:30

Practice Group 4

60 minute

2:15

Practice Group 5

60 minute

3:30

Practice Group 6

60 minute

4:30pm

Team Regularity Time Nominations Close

SUNDAY 8:30am

Lap Time revisions Close

9:15am

Grid Positions Announced

9:40am

Starting Competitors Line up in Pre-grid

9:50am

Pre-grid closes

9:50am

Cars on Warm up lap then onto Grid

9:55am

Grid Cleared

10:00am

Race Start - Rolling Start

4:00pm

Race Finish

4:20pm

Presentations - Base of Control Tower

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TEAM DAEWOO Team Manager

Number

Driver

Car

State

2A

Daewoo

VIC

1600

2B

Shane Baker

Daewoo

NSW

1600

2C

Glenn Baker

Daewoo

NSW

1600

2D

Warren Sheehan

Daewoo

VIC

1600

2E

Richard Renato

Daewoo

VIC

1600

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TEAM FIAT NSW Team Manager

Dave Filipetto

Number

Driver

Car

State

3A

Dave Filipetto

ALFA 147

NSW

1900

3B

Nick Filipetto

ALFA 147

NSW

1900

3C

Michael McGeorge

FIAT 127

NSW

1000

3D

Paul Pana

FIAT 124

NSW

2000

3E

Glenn Smith

FIAT X19

NSW

2000

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CRC 4 Team Manager

Gordon Lennox

Number

Driver

Car

State

4A

Wayne Gerlach

Porsche 911

NSW

2700

4B

Darren Taylor

Lancia

NSW

1900

4C

Thomas Koliomihos

Holden Gemini

NSW

1998

4D

David Livian

Ford Escort

NSW

2000

4E

Craig Walsh

BMW E30

NSW

2316

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TAMPERED NO BULL RACING Team Manager

Leigh Blizzard

Number

Driver

Car

State

5A

Stephen Harrison

Ford Falcon

VIC

3900

5B

Steven Lee

Ford Falcon

VIC

5800

5C

Trevor Lee

Ford Falcon

VIC

5800

5D

Stephen McKimmie

Ford Falcon

VIC

4000

5E

Glen Scholz

Mazda RX7

VIC

1308

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Z ALL STARS Team Manager

Gary Beacham

Number

Driver

Car

State

6A

Narelle Beachem

Datsun 240Z

NSW

2600

6B

Rebecca Grasso

Datsun 240Z

NSW

2800

6C

C.J. Mackertich

Datsun 240Z

NSW

2600

6D

Steve Goodwin

Datsun 240Z

NSW

2600

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CRC 2 Team Manager

Tony Hudson

Number

Driver

Car

State

7A

Rob Mifsud

200SX

NSW

1995

7B

Marcel Santini

Skline

NSW

2500

7C

Mike Eatten

Volvo

NSW

2367

7D

Nathan Jackson

ISUZU Gemini

NSW

1600

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CRC Invinciblez Team Manager

Vince Harlor

Number

Driver

Car

State

8A

Phillip Mitchell

Datsun 260Z

NSW

3000

8B

Kay Harlor

Datsun 260Z

NSW

3100

8C

Judd Smith

Datsun 260Z

NSW

2800

8D

Steve Pryor

Datsun 240Z

NSW

2400

8E

Greg Redman

Datsun 260Z

NSW

2658

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Brian Metcalfe

Number

Driver

Car

State

9A

Dave Kingbell

Ford Focus

NSW

200

9B

Angus Kingbell

Ford Focus

NSW

2500

9C

Jon Mansell

Nissan Pulsar

NSW

1597

9D

Jordon Mansell

Nissan Pulsar

NSW

1597

9E

Charlie Jobse

Holden CV8Z

NSW

5700

9F

Chris McKeon

Clubman

NSW

3500

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Blue Mountain Bullets Team Manager

Susan Kempt

Number

Driver

Car

State

10A

Brian Callan

BMW E46

NSW

3200

10B

Dan Kapetanovic

BMW 328

NSW

2800

10C

Trent Buckley

VW VR32

NSW

3200

10D

Kieren Buckley

Porsche Boxter

NSW

10E

Trent Winduss

Capacity

NSW

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TEAM ME MY RIDE AND I Team Manager

Joe Krinelos

Number

Driver

Car

State

11A

Joe Krinelos

Monaro

NSW

5700

11B

Subaru WRX

NSW

2600

11C

Sam Marandos

Silvia

NSW

3200

11D

John Tammer

Silvia

ACT

2000

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TEAM FIATORQUE / POZZA PASTA Team Manager

Con Catena

Number

Driver

Car

State

12A

Ross Smith

FIAT 124

NSW

1995

12B

David Smith

FIAT 124

NSW

1995

12C

Anthony Smith FIAT 132

NSW

1756

12D

David IUS

FIAT X1/9

NSW

1498

12E

Jeremy Smith

FIAT 124

NSW

1995

12F

Eric Young

FIAT 1498

NSW

1498

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CRC 1 Team Manager Daniel Castro SNR Number

Driver

Car

State

13A

Nick Kems

Silvia

NSW

2000

13B

Ford Mustang NSW

5600

13C

Danny Castro Jnr

Silvia

NSW

2000

13D

Danny Castro Snr

Datsun 1600

NSW

2000

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A Brief History of Wakefield Park The Wakefield Park circuit was built by Paul Samuels and John Carter and was opened officially by John Fahey, the then NSW Premier and member for the Goulburn district in November 1994.

the Wakefield licence system, encouraging speed at the right venue and not on public roads were also introduced and continue today.

At 2.2 kilometres, with an reasonable length straight leading to a section of uphill bends with the loop at the top of the hill and then a downhill run into what became known as the fish hook section and a negatively banked last turn onto the main straight the circuit offered quite a challenge to achieve a quick lap.

this again has led to better lap times. 2010 has seen the introduction of a lighting system at all flag points that will warn drivers of incidents on the circuit and be operated from race control. With the complex now managed by Mathew Ronke and ongoing improvements happening the circuit is still a great club sport venue.

From 2001 to 2008 the circuit held a round of the V8 development series, this for many years It was built with club motor sport firmly in mind being the only stand alone round for those cars. The pit lane garages were added at this time, and with the control tower and paddock facilionce again improving the circuitâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s facilities. ties and carports it made some of our existing circuits look a bit out dated. Track days and su- In January 2007 the circuit was bought by the persprints were the usual events with race days Benalla Auto Club, the owners of the Winton cirfor cars, motor bikes and go karts also becoming cuit in country Victoria. At the end of 2008 a popular at the circuit. major re-surfacing of the circuit took place and

In 2000 the circuit changed hands for the first time with Rob Hodgkinson and Paul Phillips tak- With a great cafe and complete circuit viewing ing over. Soon after the change over the circuit from the spectator areas enjoy todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s racing. was re-profiled with changes to the fish hook The current lap record for the circuit is held by area and the final turn onto the main straight. Both of these changes improved the flow of the Ben Chrighton driving an F3 open wheeler and circuit, the fish hook area in particular allowing stands at 54.563 seconds, a fairly quick time. for a faster run onto the back straight. Wakefield Park, just another great part of the Goulburn area. Under the new ownership the Wakefield Park licensing and permit system was introduced. This gave clubs a cheaper alternative to CAMS for the running of events and members could also purchase a Wakefield licence with which they could compete in events that they may not normally be able to on a level 2 licence. Now the circuit uses the AASA insurance and permit system that which is now being used by a large proportion of motor sport promoters and clubs for events around the country.

The Speed off the street days that allowed people to drive their own cars on the circuit under

Current lap Record Holder Ben Crighton from New Zealand

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TEAM Autotech / nsw wrx club Team Manager

Brian Rusten

Number

Driver

Car

14A

Anthony Rizzo

Subaru WRX NSW

2000

14B

Brian Rusten

Subaru WRX NSW

2000

14C

Craig Jefferies

Subaru WRX NSW

2000

14D

Derrick Waterfield

Subaru WRX NSW

2000

14E

Evan McNeill

Subaru WRX NSW

2000

14F

Sid Benjamin

Subaru WRX NSW

2000

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Capacity

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CROWBAR RACING Team Manager

Tim Maynard

Number

Driver

Car

State

15A

Tim Maynard

Commodore

NSW

3000

15B

Peter Carruthers

NISSAN R32 GTR

NSW

2600

15C

peter Cullen

Toyota Corolla

NSW

1600

15D

Robert Paton

Toyota Corolla

NSW

1600

15E

Liam Howarth

NISSAN R32 GTR

NSW

2559

15F

Jenna Ridgway

NISSAN R32 GTR

NSW

2600

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HAWAKA RACING Team Manager

Bob Williams

Number

Driver

Car

State

16A

Bob Williams

BMW E30

NSW

2795

16B

Philip Allen

BMW E46

NSW

3195

16C

Chris Kingsland

BMW E36

NSW

2795

16D

Richard Allen

BMW E36

NSW

3195

16E

Matthew Hergerstein

BMW M3

NSW

3195

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PEAK RACERS Team Manager

David Atkin

Number

Driver

Car

State

17A

Arthur Scerri

BMW 328i

NSW

2800

17B

Sue Nolan

BMW M3R

NSW

3152

17C

Ellas Hkiek

BMW M3

NSW

3200

17D

Ray Hkiek

BMW M3

NSW

3200

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NSWRRC MISFITS Team Manager

Ross Bartley

Number

Driver

Car

State

18A

Robert Shaw

Holden Torana

NSW

5044

18B

Richard Woodward

Holden Monaro

NSW

5517

18C

Damien Hart

Mitsubishi EVO

NSW

1997

18D

Brian Metcalf

ARROW

NSW

1597

18E

Peter Counter

FPV Pursuit

NSW

5400

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PEAK PERFORMANCE Team Manager

Nicholas Peek

Number

Driver

Car

State

19A

Daniel Keipcturcvic

BMW E36

NSW

2800

19B

Keri Peek

BMW E46

NSW

3200

19C

Kate Keipcturcvic

BMW E36

NSW

2800

19D

David Krusza

BMW E36

NSW

3200

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Category

Class / Vehicle

Driver: Ryan Jagger

KE25 Corolla

28/08/2005

0.143171296

Toyota Starlet

20/08/2006

0.137314815

Mazda RX7

17/08/2008

01:06.3

Datsun 120y

30/03/2002

01:06.6

1/09/2002

01:03.2

28/01/2001

01:15.7

5/11/2005

01:10.3

Improved Production Improved Production Driver: Dave Loftus

Improved Production

Driver: Ryan Brown Improved Production Driver: Mark Short

2ndCat.2C Clubmn Sprts 1300

0-1600

1601-2000 2001-3000 3001-6000

Date

Time

Driver:Chris Barry

PRB Clubman

Driver: Shane Hunt

HQ Holden

Driver: Warwick Agustin

Mini

Driver: Tim Mackie

Lotus HPE

13/09/2008

01:00.5

Driver:Alan Gurr

BMW 320

5/07/2003

01:01.9

Driver: Steve Owen

Holden VZ

6/04/2008

59.0391

Ford BF XR8 Ute

28/05/2006

01:09.7

Driver: Matt Coleman

A Porsche GT3

31/03/2002

01:02.8

HQ Holden Mini's

Production Sports Cars Super Touring V8 Supercars V8 Utes

Porche Cup

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Wakefield 6 Hour Programme 2011

The 6 Hour regularity is a team event for between 4 and 6 cars which is conducted over 6 hours and each vehicle must try and a achieve a ap...