Khanacross action in SA
- 15th August 2007, 1:50pm
The 2007 Coobowie Hotel SA Khanacross Championship will rev up your trackside taste buds on Sunday, September 30 in thrilling day and night action.
The 2007 Coobowie Hotel Khanacross Championship requires drivers to have good car control around a permanent circuit with a slalom of cones to keep the speed down along the straights. If a competitor hits any of the cones during their run, it will result in a penalty being added to the time of their run.
Entries are expected from the likes of current South Australian Rally Championship (SARC) P1 class leader, James Rodda, as well as the reigning event champion, Michael Clements. Other competitors, such as David Marriner in his SA Hyundai Excel Series car, are expected to make the trek down south to “put it on” for the eager spectators. Many regulars from the club’s own khanacross series will bring with them a fantastic array of car makes including VWs, Minis, Datsuns and Corollas, just to name a few.
Drivers will start their engines and competition will kick off from 10.30am on the Sunday with the last run of the day commencing prior to 9.30pm. At sunset, the competitors will take a break while night falls to give the spectators some hair rising action to watch in the dark!
Spectators are welcome and entry to the property to watch the event is free.
Canteen facilities are available on the day, along with permanent toilet facilities. The ‘Smallacombe’ Shed provides all weather protection for scorers/timers, the canteen, and the competitors and spectators alike. Lanac Park is situated on private property. No dogs or alcohol are to be brought onto the property.
The Southern Districts Car Club and the Event Organising Committee would like to thank the Coobowie Hotel for its continued support of this event.
Visit www.sdcc.asn.au for further event information.
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