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jezz
13th September 2010, 09:54 AM
Hi folks just thought i might post this up here as we are having a hard time filling our last space from within the CCG.

Sorry about the late notice but it is this weekend and money needs to be in ASAP if your interested.

Cheers

Jeremy

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Date: Sunday, 19 September 2010
Start time: 8:00am - 12:30pm

Location: Sutton Road Driver Training Facility - RMB 300 Sutton Road (off Pialligo Rd), Canberra

The Meaty Details.

I would like to present you all with details of the first ever CCG Skidpan day.

We'll have 10 spots available to ensure the maximum amount of time on the skidpan. These days are great fun and not very taxing on your car at all, you also learn a lot about your car and car control too.

Cost is $120 each up front, so make sure you get in soon to secure your place.

This event is open to anyone and any vehicle type, so if you have a mate, friend or enemy who would like to come along that'll be fine. Spectators also welcome!!

What you get:
* Introduction to advanced car control and skid control
* Cornering techniques
* Defensive driving techniques
* Update your knowledge of your vehicles technology
* Emergency response techniques
* One-on-one coaching
* Time on the skidpan

Rules and Restrictions

∑ Vehicle must be registered and roadworthy

∑ Vehicle must not be louder than 85dbA from 30 metres away
This is a legal requirement and will be being monitored
As long as your vehicle has a legal exhaust, it should be fine

∑ You must be wearing solid closed shoes no thongs, slippers or ugh boots...

Link to further pre event information requirements - http://www.fifthgear.com.au/files/skidpan_pre_information.pdf

How to pay

∑ In person:

o Pay one of the CCG organisers at the next event; or

o North side: Casey Ė 0410 544 963; or

o South side: Jeremy Ė 0420 303 702

∑ Bank deposit:

o Bank: Community CPS Australia
BSB: 805-022
Account Name: C S L Eayrs
Account Number: 03322140

o Use your name as the deposit description so we know who sent it

o Make sure you notify us that you have paid!!



What if I pay but then canít make it?

Once the 10 spaces have been filled, anyone interested will be added to a reserves list. If anyone isnít able to turn up, their spot will be offered to the next person on the reserves list. Money will be refunded once that person has paid. If there is no-one left on the reserves list, it is up to you to find someone to take your spot. Make sure that you are OK with this arrangement PRIOR to paying.

Questions or queries?

Contact Jeremy on 0420 303 702 or jeremy@canberracelica.org.


Cheers
The CCG Team


The list of attendees, their vehicle type and location:

1. Paul Grima* (Big_Zop) - GX81 Mark II
2. Jason Fulton* - Suzuki Swift
3. Ashley Williamson* - Ford Falcon
4. Mitch Sloan* - Toyota Celica
5. Ryan Bailey* - Toyota Celica
6. Ben Haines* - Toyota Celica GT4
7. Grant Haines* - XR6 Sedan
8. Mr Haines* - XR6T Ute
9. Andrew Fowler - Holden VL Commadore
10.

* = Paid and locked in.

This Event is being organised through 5th Gear Motoring.
http://www.fifthgear.com.au/incs/imagerotate_front/rotate.php

john84ie
13th September 2010, 04:55 PM
will you be able to drift or just do the few things listed they show you?my exaust isnt legal,wonder if it would be too loud

jezz
13th September 2010, 05:02 PM
Not sure on the Drifty bit but i know Derek (5th Gear) mentioned really loud exhausts would be a problem.

ae8zn6
13th September 2010, 08:18 PM
is this on the skidpan or the skid track?

I am thinking of trying to organise one through rick bates driving school, but this is a little cheaper too..

Mind you I cant do anything on Sundays anyway :(

ae8zn6
13th September 2010, 08:19 PM
ps if its anything like the rick bates one while they dont exactly call it drifting, its a skidpan car control course, so the idea is to get things a bit crossed up

jezz
13th September 2010, 09:01 PM
In the Wet skid pan not the track.

More info here.

http://www.fifthgear.com.au/skidpan.php