CSCA 2020 Round 2 Cancelled

Club Lotus at CSCA 2018 Round 2 Sydney Motorsport Park

We are sorry to announce that CSCA 2020 round two has been cancelled due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation.

We fully support the Sprite Club’s decision to cancel the round and we’re sure that you will understand their position. At this stage, rounds three and four look unlikely, and rounds later in the year will be considered as we get further along.

We will keep in touch to keep you up to date with our plans going forward. Stay safe everyone, look after you family and friends and let’s make next year the best year ever.

Round Wrap-Up: CSCA 2020 Round 1 at Wakefield Park

 Images thanks to Peter Klumper, Chris Pearse and Melanie Valdes

We woke on the morning of Saturday the 14th of March to cold and rain. It was a good day, because it was finally time to get the cars back out on the track. 2020’s motorsport season kicked off over the weekend with round one of the CSCA series hosted by Club Lotus Australia at Wakefield Park.

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Ashton’s President’s Prattle for March, 2020

President's Prattle

Morning everyone,

The year marches on into Autumn, and with it, an increase in activity as it becomes easier to use the car. In fact I had a lovely run out to Sackville yesterday in the Elan, and it reminded me how much fun you can have at or below the speed limit, with the accompanying symphony from the twin cam and twin webers. Great fun! Must do it more…

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March Social Evening to Feature Ashton Roskill and Tales from the 2019 Peking to Paris

Gidget in the Peking to Paris 2019

Photo by Gerard Brown: Ashton, Giles and Gidget coming out of a sandpit in the Gobi Desert. Gerard Brown’s image won the Sports Car Digest Historic Racing Photo of 2019

Our dear president Ashton Roskill will share stories from his run in the 2019 Peking to Paris Rally with Giles Cooper and Gidget, the Austin Healey 100/4 they subjected to the challenge, at a social evening on Tuesday the 10th of March.

Simply Sports Cars (17 Hotham Parade, Artarmon) have kindly offered to host the evening. Formalities will kick off from 6.30pm and the usual bite to eat will be provided. Guests and friends are most welcome.

Ashton, Giles and Gidget tackled the rally over several weeks in 2019, not only completing the mad event but finding quite some success along the way. This evening is an opportunity to hear a little about the journey, enjoy some photos and footage, take a look at Gidget and of course catch up with friends and have a look around the spectacular selection on offer at Simply Sports Cars.

We look forward to seeing you at Simply Sports Cars on the evening of Tuesday the 10th of March!

Lotus Photos: February 2020’s Tyre Kick & Coffee

February 2020 Tyre Kick & Coffee

Images: Peter Walker

We had a mighty roll-up to Sunday’s Tyre Kick & Coffee at the Kokoda Cafe in Rhodes Park this past Sunday, the 16th of February. Peter Walker kindly reached out with some photos of the morning, and you can enjoy them below.

Our monthly meet-up is going from strength to strength, and Sunday’s meeting was no exception. Decorated expertly with Lotuses of all descriptions, this is perhaps the best the car park of Kokoda Cafe has ever looked. Thanks to all who came along and took part.

Our monthly Tyre Kick & Coffee is held on the third Sunday of every month at Kokoda Cafe in Rhodes Park (Killoola St, Concord West NSW 2138). We catch up from 9am to spend an hour or two chatting life, Lotus and everything before resuming normal weekend programming.

The next event will be held on Sunday the 15th of March, and we’d love to see you there! It’s the day after our Club Lotus Australia-hosted round one of the 2020 CSCA sprint series at Wakefield Park, so we’ll surely have plenty to discuss, along with a few tales to share.

Thanks again to Peter Walker for the photographs.

‘The Preserve’ February 2020 Available for Download

‘The Preserve’ is the newsletter of the Council of Motor Clubs. It’s made available to members of CMC-affiliated clubs, and that means you!

The February 2020 edition kicks off the year to come, looking back at the Vintage Speedcar Association of NSW’s Christmas Picnic, looking forward to some of the motoring events coming up this year and catching up on all the news for motoring enthusiasts.

You can grab it from the following link, and we’ll archive it on the members page here.

The Preserve February 2020 [PDF]

‘The Preserve’ is provided by the Council of Motor Clubs.

Entry is Now Open for CSCA 2020 Round One, Hosted by Club Lotus Australia

CSCA 2020 Round 1

We’re set to open the 2020 CSCA series with a speedy and social round of supersprinting at Wakefield Park on Saturday the 14th of March. Entry is now open and we would love to see you there.

You are invited to enter the first round of the CSCA Supersprint Series for 2020, hosted by Club Lotus Australia at Wakefield Park Raceway on Saturday the 14th of March.

Entry Fee : $195 + Dorian Hire : $15.

Minimum Licence Required : Current Motorsport Australia (CAMS) Level 2S, Level 2SJ or a CAMS Licence of a higher status, and a current club membership card of Motorsport Australia affiliated Car Club are compulsory.

Please find the Entry Form for the event at the following link:

CSCA Supersprint R1 / 14 of March 2020 – Entry Form

Please read Supplementary Regulations, available for download at the link below:

CSCA 2020 Round 1 Supplementary Regulations [PDF]

If you have any questions or need a hand with anything, you can reach the team on the motorsport committee at [email protected].

We’re very happy to be kicking off the CSCA calendar for 2020 and look forward to receiving your entry and welcoming you on the day.