Entry is Now Open for CSCA 2021 Round One, Hosted by Club Lotus Australia

CSCSA 2021 Club Lotus Australia

We’re set to open the 2021 CSCA series with a speedy and social round of supersprinting at Wakefield Park on Sunday the 28th of March. Entry is now open and we would love to see you there.

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 / 28 of March 2021 – Entry Form

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

CSCA 2021 Round 1 Supplementary Regulations

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 2021. We look forward to receiving your entry and welcoming you on the day.

‘The Preserve’ February 2021 Now 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!

This month’s magazine looks forward to everything coming up in 2021 including the 2021 Shannons Sydney Classic, provides an update on the historic vehicle scheme and more.

You can grab the February 2021 edition of ‘The Preserve’ from the following link, and we’ll archive it on the members page here.

The Preserve, February 2021 [PDF]

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

Your February 2021 Edition of Chunky’s Chatter is Now Available for Download

Chunky's Chatter February 2021

Cover: Greg Sadler wins the ACT Hillclimb championship in his Lotus Elise

After a brief summer break, Chunky’s Chatter is back for 2021 and already in top gear, with thanks to editor Tom Devitt. Download the magazine from the members’ page.

The February 2021 edition of Chunky’s Chatter features:

  • Greg Sadler wins the ACT Hillclimb Championship
  • Full 2021 NSW calendar
  • Changes at Lotus PLC
  • Deal with Alpine and Lotus to develop a new EV sportscar

And much more! Enjoy Chunky’s lighthearted and sometimes irreverent monthly look at the world of Lotus. If you’re not a member already, have a browse around the site and hit up our membership page here to find out why you should become one!

Ashton’s President’s Prattle for February, 2021

Club Lotus Australia November Tyre Kick South

Happy New Year to you all!

Well, let’s get the first order of business out of the way – I very much hope that we have started to see a general move in the right direction away from pandemic-related restrictions. Certainly here in Australia anyway, even if not yet in some of the countries where a lot of us have friends and families.

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Lotus Photos: A Not-Quite Christmas Party in Two Parts: Lotus Tyre Kick South, December 2020

Lotus Tyre Kick South, December 2020

This past Sunday, the 13th of December, we gathered at Carss Park for a pre-Christmas catch-up at our Tyre Kick South. Scroll along and enjoy a few pictures from the morning.

Lotus Tyre Kick South, December 2020

We were a little slow to get out of bed, but before long a healthy turnout of Club Lotus members had gathered in the Carss Park car park and made the pilgrimage down, and perhaps more importantly up, the path to and from By the Bay cafe with coffee and snack in hand.

Along with the more modern cars, including an impressive roll-up of Evoras, we were joined by two Europas and a Seven, as well as some more motley company in the form of Gidget, Ashton’s Peking-to-Paris-surviving Austin Healey, a Porsche 911, a Citroen van and even a cafe racer.

We enjoyed the sunny and mild morning and the opportunity to gather in lieu of the traditional party and look forward to doing it all over again this coming Sunday, the 20th, at our Tyre Kick & Coffee at Kokoda Cafe on the other side of Sydney.