Speed Week 2019

Speed Week 2019

 

29th Annual Speed Week

Lake Gairdner South Australia

Monday 4th March to Friday 8th March 2019

REPORTS Report  Results  Photos 

 

NEWS

11/03/2019  

When I get home, there is a process for me to follow.
Firstly I check that each entrant has done their volunteering as this is a pre-requisite for having your results published.
At this time, entrants who have not been checked off as having done a job will be contacted to determine why they did not volunteer or their name was not checked off.
This is a very important step as we cannot run Speed Week without our volunteers and there are no free rides.

Then when the timers get home, they will send me the raw results which will be published as PRELIMINARY results on the web site. I'm sure there will be entrants contact me at this time with a whole heap of questions. Usually related to not having their inspected sticker displayed instead of their team mates or incorrect class details when they have not notified me after a change of class was required at Technical Inspection. Everyone of these will need to be resolved, confirmed and maybe the results amended.

Then I will check the Impound books and check the records that have been documented there.

Then I will be formatting the results into the same format as shown for previous years. Once again checking for any records that may have been set.

Then 200 mph Achievers and club members will be identified and we will make a presentation at the first General Meeting in Melbourne on 19th May 2019.

Finally certificates are then produced for all entrants.
Entrants who have set an Australian class record will have the word RECORD next to their speed.
Only when all these issues have been resolved will I consider printing and distributing certificates. Do not expect anything until at least July.

    Timing PlaqueTiming Plaques

Speed Week Entrants can now order an engraved timing plaque with their results on it.

Download Order Form.

 

RESULTS Report  Results  Photos 

Provisional Results of DLRA Speed Week, March 4th - March 8th 2019 - Bruce Willmott, DLRA Chief Timer.

It will take some days / weeks to compile the provisional results into the offical results, so to get people off my back and give me a little breathing space here is overall results by track from the timing system.
NOTE: Some classes may be shown incorrectly on the provisional results, this will be corrected on the official results when they are compiled.

 

Any application for amendments to these results must be made on the Results and Records Amendment Form.

Contact can also be made by email at record.certification@dlra.org.au

 

PHOTOS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Report  Results  Photos 

Over 800 photos now online!

Got some photos from Speed Week that you want to share? Send a link or the photos to drylakesracersau@hotmail.com

Thank you very much to the people who submitted photos.

Page 1 of Photos by Walt Radobike
Page 2 of Photos by the Rodders Project and Australian Street Rodding
Page 3 of Photos by Aiden Galt
Page 4 of Photos by Claire Biddiss
Page 5 of Photos by Tracy Grocke and JP Afflick
Page 6 of Photos by Salt Monkeys, Rebeka Powditch, Adam Manning, Chris Hanlon, Black Ice Racing
Page 7 of Photos by Black Ice Racing, D&D Racing, Kim Krebs
Page 8 of Photos
Other Photos and Videos

 

Thank you to our very generous and supportive Speed Week Sponsors

Interested in becoming a sponsor? Contact our Marketing Manager - marketing@dlra.org.au

 

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Acknowledgment of Country

We acknowledge and respect the Traditional Custodians whose ancestral lands we live and work upon and we pay our respects to their Elders past and present. We acknowledge and respect the deep spiritual connection and the relationship that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to Country.

We also pay our respects to the cultural authority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their nations in South Australia, as well as those across Australia.

 

Seven sisters and the Coloured Stone by Dorcas Miller, a Mirning Woman from Koonibba, South Australia