Speed Week 2022

 

Speed Week 2022

 

32nd Annual Speed Week

Lake Gairdner South Australia

CANCELLED DUE TO EXTREME WET WEATHER

 

The DLRA conducts its annual Speed Week at Lake Gairdner in South Australia. It's straight line speed on "the big white dyno", as fast as you can go on a salt lake in the remote Australian outback. There is no setting like it anywhere in the world, it is a truly unique event in a spectacular location. There is an amazing range of cars, motorcycles and trucks dating from the turn of the century to modern day.
Spectators are welcome, but you need to be pretty much self sufficient.

 

News

08/08/2022   Photos from Glenn Ashby taken on 06/08/2022 https://www.dlra.org.au/2022-01.htm

10/06/2022   Photos from Glenn Ashby taken on 09/06/2022 https://www.dlra.org.au/2022-01.htm

13/05/2022   Photos of the Lake by Russell Reading taken on 20/04/2022 https://www.dlra.org.au/2022-01.htm

11/05/2022   Aerial photos of the lake from Phil Cvirn 04/05/2022 https://www.dlra.org.au/2022-01.htm

25/04/2022   Outback Road Warnings 8.17 AM Iron Knob Road Temporarily closed due to rains - reassess Wed 27/04

19/04/2022   Photos of the lake from Trevor Beck Easter 2022 https://www.dlra.org.au/2022-01.htm

04/03/2022   Photos of the lake from Vincent Racing Team https://www.dlra.org.au/2022-01.htm

26/01/2022  

Speed Week 2022 is CANCELLED!
I can't believe that I'm writing this again, but due to record rainfall over the lake and the surrounding area last weekend we are left with no choice. Over 3 days Mt. Ive received 181mm of rain (more than 60% of it's annual average) with many of the surrounding homesteads receiving similar rainfall (Nonning - 131mm, Buckelboo - 165mm, Kimba - 160mm). This has been an exceptional event and you have to go back to 1974 for the highest recorded totals.
It will be many months if not much longer for the area to recover from this amount of water in such a short time.
There is an estimated 500mm of very dirty standing water on the lake. The rocks at the shoreline under the canteen are not visible. Today there were waves lapping at the shores. You will see from the photos just how much water there is https://www.dlra.org.au/2022-01.htm.
Worse than that, the roads are destroyed. The two creek crossings are washed out and are probably impassable, but definitely would be after a little bit of traffic. The road into Mt Ive station has a very large channel cut across it.
In the only bit of good news, the DLRA camp looks fine.

 

In making this decision we did consider what feasible options there were, including a postponement, but upon working through them, none of them would have worked for a number of reasons. But most compelling is the widespread damage to all of the sealed and outback roads washed away in the north west region, it is going to take considerable time to effect the prioritized repairs required, plus the work that Mt. Ive will have to go to the homestead and it's private road to get access to the homestead and the lake.
The lake itself will take some time to repair, with dirty water, soil and other debris washed off the surrounding hills onto the lake surface.
We respect the lake and the landowners around the lake and we do not want to be responsible for any further damage or hardship to the region by introducing up to 1000 people to the area.

 

Entrants for this year's event who have lodged their entry forms and paid their fees please note that these will now roll over until next year. If you wish to apply for a refund, as per the entry form "if meeting is canceled due to adverse weather conditions or force majeure" we reserve the right to withhold $100 to help cover the cost of outgoings that are not recoverable to the club.

Look for further announcements in the coming days and weeks.

 

24/01/2022  

We are currently gathering information to make an assessment to determine if Speed Week can still go ahead, look for an announcement later in the week. The main issue is the run off onto the lake from the surrounding hills which have also received record rainfall and the debris that will be washed onto the lake. Plus there is more rain forecast in the next 10 days. We remember after the rain-out in 2011 going back the next year and you could see the layer of red under a thin top layer of salt and that was only a fraction of the rainfall they have had now. We are concerned that even if it does dry up there will be a red lake for some time to come. Plus we need the roads passable to get there and with so much damage to main roads it may be some time before the secondary roads are repaired. See this Channel 9 report

 

23/01/2022  

The track layout maps have just been updated for this year. Changes include removal of exit on track 2, re-alignment of support vehicle road on track 1 and re-alignment of fire and rescue vehicles and the road they use. And relocation of Impound to be opposite Technical Inspection.

 

23/01/2022  

Most will be aware of the (once in a lifetime) storms and heavy flooding in South Australia right now and the Lake Gairdner area has copped the brunt of it with Mt. Ive seeing 140mm (Kimba 160mm, Buckelboo 165mm) of rain - 58 percent of its annual average on Saturday 24th and another 25mm predicted today. The good news is the weather right through until Speed Week is meant to be mid to high thirties and given that we are still 4 and a bit weeks out from the event, all this water should be well and truly gone by then.

 

17/01/2022  

We have been asked by Mt. Ive station to remind those who have booked accomodation and no longer need it to contact the station and let them know of your cancellation. They have many people on a waiting list wanting to get accomodation.

 

14/01/2022  

The final inspection of the lake will take place on the 17th February 2022, look for confirmation shortly after that.
There was an inspection just after Christmas and the lake was looking very dry, hard and smooth.

 

01/01/2022  

Fully vaccinated international travelers will no longer need to isolate after landing in South Australia and COVID-19 border rules for domestic arrivals have been scrapped. Unvaccinated international travelers must still continue to isolate. Positive cases, regardless of vaccination status, will be able to leave isolation after seven days from their positive test. But SA will continue with a 10-day quarantine period for cases and close contacts and is not following the national definition, pointing to its different circumstances such as lower case numbers, and is instead classifying a close contact as someone living or intimate with a positive case.

 

29/12/2021  

Helmets with a Snell rating label of 2010 are due expire on January 1, 2022. The event committee have decided to accept all deviation requests from entrants as it is only an extension of 1 month*.

NOTE: these helmets must be in good serviceable condition with no obvious damage to the helmet.

Helmets with a SA2015 or M2015 still have 4 years of life left. If you are buying a new helmet, look for the SA 2020 or M2020 certification.
Current FIM Homologation or European ECE 22.05 or E 22.05, 2010 or Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1698:2006 or newer.

* This is based on the previous experience where entrants were forced to buy new helmets and the event was canceled due to COVID-19.

 

18/12/2021   SA to ease restrictions from December 28, it is predicted that the State will reach 90 per cent fully vaccinated by that date. Quarantine time for international arrivals in South Australia is also set to be reduced to 72 hours.

Unvaccinated arrivals will still be required to quarantine for 14 days. Travelers will also need to take a PCR test within 72 hours of arriving.
Meanwhile in Western Australia, travelers from every State and Territory in Australia will have to quarantine if they want to enter WA from Monday, as the Government introduces new rules for people coming from Queensland and Tasmania. But are still planning to bring down the border on February 5.
And in Queensland, from Monday 13 December 2021 Queensland’s border restrictions have eased. Fully vaccinated people will be able to travel to Queensland without quarantining under certain conditions.

 

01/11/2021  

South Australia Covid-19 Restrictions update: Internally they are currently at Level 1 which is just above no restrictions at all. International arrivals are required to undergo 14 day quarantine along with days 1, 5 and 13 testing. Interstate travelers are required to complete border registration and check-in with SA Police. Currently Victoria, ACT and New South Wales travelers are prohibited from entering South Australia.
South Australia will ease its border restrictions for double-vaccinated people from November 23 and there will be 7 days quarantine for vaccinated international travelers, 14 days for unvaccinated authorised arrivals. COVID-19 management plans remain.

 

01/10/2021  

Entry forms and tickets for Speed Week 2022 released

 

16/06/2021  

Entry forms and tickets for Speed Week 2022 will be released in October 2022

 

 

COVID-19

All participants entering the the lake must sign in on the CONTACT TRACING RECORD and provide the date and time that they attended Speed Week as well as their name, phone number, and email address. This information will be used for the purposes of contract tracing only and will not be shared or sold to a third party.
If you cannot or choose not to provide your details and sign the agreement, access to the event will respectfully be refused.

 

Sponsors

We are currently pursuing Sponsors for this event, if you or your organisation are looking for a great event to support please read the Sponsors Information

 

To enter Speed Week

1 Join, or renew, your membership
• You must be a DLRA member to enter Speed Week
• There is a once off joining fee to be a member of the club, this includes subscription for that year.
• Existing members will be receive a renewal notice to pay their annual subscription.
2 Complete your entry on-line (or download a form)

• First thing to do is nominate for your VOLUNTEER DUTY When you apply on-line you will be given a code to use on your entry form. If you don't apply on-line nominate for a job and a day and this will be confirmed by the coordinator.

(Your entry form is not compete without nominating for at least one job)

• Entry Form Clearly filled out & signed by Owner & Drivers / Riders.
• Secondary Drivers / Riders to fill out and sign Secondary Drivers / Riders Form

• If you are competing with same vehicle in another class, fill out the Additional Class entry form (to qualify for an entry discount)
• Double Check your Computer Codes for engine and class on your Entry Form .
• Medical Forms completely filled out, boxes checked, signed & dated.
• Entry form is not complete until payment has cleared
• it is mandatory for all entrants to complete a Fuel Storage Register and attach the relevant Safety Data Sheets to their entry.
  Stickers and placards are available from DLRA Merchandise.

 
then when you get to the salt, set up in the pits, and then

3

Head to Registration

• Registration Van opens Friday afternoon and then 7.00am till 6.00pm each day.

• All Entrants (no substitutes) must present at Registration to pick up your Entrant Pack containing a copy of your entry, a tech inspection sheet, program, wrist bands. Highly recommended for crew to attend as well.
• New vehicles issued with DLRA Log Book.
• New Entrants (Rookies) Issued with DLRA License.
• Listen to the Entrant and Rookie Orientation presentation.
• No Alcoholic Beverages in Registration area during business hours.

4 Go to Technical Inspection
• Tech Inspection opens Friday Afternoon
• You must take your DLRA Vehicle Log Book
• All Drivers / Riders with their personal safety gear must present at Tech Inspection. Remember to check the compliance labels and dates on your gear.
Tender vehicles must be presented at the same time for inspection, fitted with all safety equipment.
• Return Inspection Sheet(s) to Registration to get your Inspection Sticker, no sticker - no race
• No Alcoholic Beverages in Inspection area during business hours
4 Attend the Entrants Briefing
• All Entrants must attend the Entrants briefing held at the Tech Inspection Area in the pits at 4.00pm. on the Sunday afternoon. After the briefing there will be a drive of the track. Rookies or first time entrants will also have to attend a separate briefing

 

 

PRE-ENTRIES

    Entries for the 32nd Annual 2022 Speed Week will open in October 2021. As entries are received they will be added to this list.

    • Pre-Entries will close approx 1 month prior to the event, late entries incur a late entry fee after that date.
    • Record Speeds shown in BLUE are the highest speed attained for that class from all previous years
      or have never had a vehicle register a speed for that class and are considered Open.
    • Speeds shown to 3 decimal places, speeds to be confirmed by Timer.
    • P.B. (Personal Best) is for that entrant, in that class.
    • VR* - those entrants marked with an "*" have nominated for the Volunteers Register (Note: All entrants are expected to nominate for at least one shift doing something)
    • Not Active - these entrants have not paid their 2022 DLRA subscription fee yet. Their results will not be recorded in the official results until such time that the fees are paid. Members can pay their fees at the Registration Caravan in the pits.

 

Member # Name Rookie Not
Active
VR * Vehicle # Vehicle
Type
Vehicle Engine
Type
Eng
Code
Body
Class
Body
Code
Colour Class PB Record
178 Ronnie Stayt     PSI0122 178 2002 ZX12 Kawasaki MOTORCYCLE 1350cc 211 MPS-BF 460 Black 1350 MPS-BF 215.221 235.740
212 Mark Dunn     CTECH0322 212 2012 Special Construction CAR OR TRUCK B 104 FL 326 Black/Orange B/FL 243.886 241.172
249 Graham Cain     SUT10222 249 1995 VR Commodore CAR OR TRUCK D 106 GC 331 Blue D/GC 166.374 178.651
250 Norm Golgerth     SUT10222 250 1995 VR Commodore CAR OR TRUCK D 106 GC 331 Blue D/GC 166.389 178.651
271 Leo Monahan     SUT10422 271 1995 VR Commodore CAR OR TRUCK D 106 GC 331 Blue D/GC 164.994 178.651
331 Adrian Reid     SUT10222 331 2005 BA Ford Falcon Ute CAR OR TRUCK C 105 BFALTU 904 Black C/BFALTU 223.78 Open
444 Dave McLachlan     SL20122 444 2019 Bones Built MOTORCYCLE 650cc 208 A-G 404 Red 650 A-G 80.766 Open
476 Noel Heenan     LE0422 476 1997 Ford Thunderbird CAR OR TRUCK C 105 TNGEN4 923 Red/White/Blue C/TNGEN4 152.323 Open
477 Victoria Heenan       477 1997 Ford Thunderbird CAR OR TRUCK C 105 TNGEN4 923 Red/White/Blue C/TNGEN4 151.654 Open
519 Richard Assen     SUT0422 519 2016 Assen MOTORCYCLE 1350cc 211 APS-BF 409 Grey 1350 APS-BF 213.943 212.477
783 Ken Robinson     BTECH0122 783 2008 Suzuki MOTORCYCLE 1350cc 211 APS-F 411 Black/White 1350 APS-F 222.772 229.753
816 Josh Schuit     SUT10122
PUPT0122
816 1981 BMW MOTORCYCLE 1000cc 210 MPS-PG 467 Black 1000 MPS-PG 154.400 154.400
816 Josh Schuit     SUT10122
PUPT0122
9816 1981 BMW MOTORCYCLE 1000cc 210 A-PBF 408 Black 1000 A-PBF 140.713 Open
880 Mark Clifford       880 Special Construction 2020 MOTORCYCLE UNLIMITED 215 A-PF 407 Black UNLIMITED A-PF - Open
918 Alan Ames R     918 2001 Harley Davidson MOTORCYCLE 1650cc 212 SC-PG 435 Green 1650 SC-PG - Open
965 Skip Telford     MV0001 965 1966 Volkswagen CAR OR TRUCK G 109 BGCC 309 Black G/BGCC 113.205 122.440
978 Paul Wilkins     MCH0722 978 1955 Jawa MOTORCYCLE 175cc 204 MPS-VG 471 Green 175 MPS-VG - Open
1117 Rod Bryson     Sl20122 1117 2018 Suzuki Bones Built MOTORCYCLE 650cc 208 A-F 403 Red 650 A-F - 160.359
1131 Chris Bown       1131 1965 XP Ford Delivery CAR OR TRUCK E 107 CPRO 370 Black E/CPRO 127.678 130.719
1180 Mike Drewer     MCH1122 1180 1964 Vokswagen CAR OR TRUCK G 109 BFCC 302 Black G/BFCC 160.401 145.578
1203 Rebecca Robinson     BTECH0222 1203 Suzuki 1000 MOTORCYCLE 1000cc 210 MPS-G 463 Black/Pink 1000 MPS-G 166.282 201.975
1212 Matt Read     MCH1022 1212 1994 BMW CAR OR TRUCK F 108 PRO 346 White F/PRO 168.856 168.856
1212 Matt Read     MCH1022 91212 1994 BMW CAR OR TRUCK F 108 GCC 332 White F/GCC - Open
1218 Jean-Paul Afflick     SUT10222 1218 2020 Afflick MOTORCYCLE 50cc 201 APS-F 411 Top 1 Oil BLUE 50 APS-F 96.875 96.875
1268 Ray Crathern       1268 2015 Special CAR OR TRUCK XO 120 BGS 313 Grey XO/BGS - Open
1271 Martin Hobson     BIMP0122 1271 1982 Triumph MOTORCYCLE 750cc 209 MPS-PF 466 Silver/Black 750 MPS-PF 135.333 134.292
1275 Peter Max     MCH2122 MCH2222 1275 1994 Mercedes CAR OR TRUCK C 105 GT 337 Dark Blue C-GT - Open
1291 Martin Powditch     SUT20122 1291 2008 Suzuki MOTORCYCLE 250cc 205 APS-F 411 Blue 250 APS-F - Open
1295 Terry Allison       1295 1983 Yamaha MOTORCYCLE 350cc 206 M-G 455 Red 350 M-G - 120.417
1379 Bruce Cooper     CTECH0522 1379 1936 Hudson Terraplane sedan CAR OR TRUCK B 104 CBFALT 364 Black B/CBFALT - Open
1380 Steven Tatt     MCH0522 1380 1981 HONDA MOTORCYCLE 1350 211 M-CG 513 Silver 1350 M-CG 91.296 91.296
1381 John Harvey     CTECH0522 1381 1936 Hudson Terraplane sedan CAR OR TRUCK B 104 CBFALT 364 Black B/CBFALT 195.635 Open
1382 Darren Banks     CTECH0622 1382 1936 Hudson Terraplane sedan CAR OR TRUCK B 104 CBFALT 364 Black B/CBFALT 200.879 Open
1386 John Murray     BIMP0222 1386 1975 Bultaco MOTORCYCLE 350cc 206 MPS-F 462 Red 350 MPS-F - 114.968
1393 Nikki Brearley     MCH0121 1393 1987 Honda MOTORCYCLE 250cc 205 A-G 404 Black 250 A-G 97.089 97.089
1393 Nikki Brearley     MCH0121 91393 1987 Honda MOTORCYCLE 250cc 205 A-F 403 Black 250 A-F - 103.591
1396 Robert Brown       1396 1978 Suzuki GP100 MOTORCYCLE 100cc 202 P-P 425 Blue 100 P-P 54.5 74.715
1408 Jon Guidera       1408 2011 Suzuki MOTORCYCLE 750cc 209 M-G 455 Blue 750 M-G 170.940 163.368
1428 Frank Sampson     SUT0222 1428 2006 Suzuki GSXR MOTORCYCLE 750 209 MPS-G 463 Red 750 MPS-G 172.778 187.373
1446 John Castles     PS10122 1446 2004 Honda MOTORCYCLE 500cc 207 M-F 454 Red 500 M-F 105.637 121.237
1460 Edward Smith     SL20122 1460 1997 Honda MOTORCYCLE 1350cc 211 MPS-G 463 Black 750 MPS-G 179.852 232.889
1475 Jeffrey Solomano     MCH0822 1475 1968 Sprite MOTORCYCLE 250cc 205 APS-CG 499 Green 250 APS-CG - Open
1475 Jeffrey Solomano     MCH0722 91475 1984 Kawasaki KX MOTORCYCLE 125cc 203 M-F 454 Green 125 M-F - 83.372
1484 Corinna Steeb     SUT0422 1484 2015 Royal Enfield GT Contential MOTORCYCLE 650cc 208 MPS-PG 467 Red 650 MPS-PG 110.722 110.604
1499 Shane Reynolds     LE0522 1499 2013 Kawasaki MOTORCYCLE 750cc 209 M-F 454 Blue 750 M-F 161.384 164.775
1501 Steve Weight     SUT0122 1501 1998 Harley Davidson MOTORCYCLE 1650cc 212 MPS-PG 467 Black 1650 MPS-PG - 148.487
1551 David Wallace     BTECH0122 1551 2008 Suzuki MOTORCYCLE 1350cc 211 APS-F 411 Black/White 1350 APS-F - 229.753
1557 Michael Blackall     T1PU22 1557 2018 BMW S1000 RR MOTORCYCLE 1000cc 210 MPS-G 463 White/Red/Blue 1000 MPS-G 173.808 201.975
1561 Colin Archibald     SL10822 1561 2007 Harley Davidson MOTORCYCLE 1650cc 212 M-PF 458 Black 1650 M-PF 145.637 152.775
1569 Eva Hakansson     V 100 MOTORCYCLE 2019 Green Envy OMEGA 216 SCS 522 Green OMEGA-SCS 236.546 224.549
1573 Tom Drewer     MCH1122 1573 1964 Volkswagen CAR OR TRUCK G 109 BFCC 302 Black G/BFCC 147.844 145.578
1585 Edward Zeller     CTECH0622 1585 2005 Lakester CAR OR TRUCK AA 102 BFL 303 Yellow AA/BFL 275.149 256.520
1587 James Pickett     SHSV0322 1587 1982 Honda MOTORCYCLE 250cc 205 APS-PG 416 White/Blue 250 APS-PG 82.894 81.260
1629 Jeffery Flynn R   MCH1222 1629 2012 Skyteam Ace MOTORCYCLE 175cc 204 APS-PG 416 Blue/White/Silver 175 APS-PG - Open
1629 Jeffery Flynn R   MCH1222 1629 2003 Suzuki MOTORCYCLE 500cc 207 M-G 455 Silver 500 M-G - 128.091
1632 Richard Harding     SUT10322 1632 1981 Yamaha MOTORCYCLE 350cc 206 M-F 454 Blue 350 M-F - Open
1633 Russell Harding     SUT10322 1633 1981 Yamaha MOTORCYCLE 250cc 205 M-G 455 Orange 250 M-G - 120.417
1637 Paul Teelow       1637 2008 Harley MOTORCYCLE 1650cc 212 M-PBG 457 Black 1650 M-PBG 146.381 145.840
1640 Paul Knox R     1640 Special Construction 2020 MOTORCYCLE UNLIMITED 215 A-PF 407 Black UNLIMITED-A-PF - Open
1655 Thomas Weitcher     PS10422 1655 2016 Suzuki MOTORCYCLE 1350cc 211 P-P 425 Black 1350 P-P - 209.839
1657 Denis Ackland R   LE0122 1657 2017 Harley Davidson MOTORCYCLE 2000cc 213 M-PG 459 Black 2000 M-PG - 160.517
1664 Sergio Bonetti     V 1664 2017 Lakester CAR OR TRUCK D 106 FL 326 White/Purple D/FL 162.800 202.726
1669 Charlie Hallam     LE0122 1669 Royal Enfield MOTORCYCLE 650cc 208 M-F 454 Unknown 650 M-F 129.569 129.569
1671 Brian Wood       1671 2006 Harley Davidson MOTORCYCLE 1650cc 212 M-PG 459 Black/Maroon 1650 M-PG 159.801 159.801
1713 Murray Walker R   SL20322 1713 2022 Lakester CAR OR TRUCK G 109 FL 326 Grey G/FL - Open
1713 Murray Walker R   SL20322 1713 2022 Lakester CAR OR TRUCK G 109 GL 333 Grey G/GL - 130.274
1722 Emily Gray       1722 1926 Ford CAR OR TRUCK K 113 GL 333 Green K/GL 76.176 Open
1722 Emily Gray       91722 1926 Ford CAR OR TRUCK K 113 BGL 310 Green K/BGL - Open
1723 Kylie Gray     CTECH0422 1723 1926 Ford CAR OR TRUCK K 113 FL 326 Green K/FL 77.07 Open
1723 Kylie Gray     CTECH0422 91723 1926 Ford CAR OR TRUCK K 113 BFL 303 Green K/BFL - Open
1743 Leo Darveniza       1743 1997 Ford Thunderbird CAR OR TRUCK C 105 TGEN4 923 Red/White/Blue C/TGEN4 150.984 Open
1745 Mark Goodchild       1745 1983 Suzuki MOTORCYCLE 750cc 209 P-PC 500 Silver/Blue 750 P-PC - Open
1755 Michael Lynch     PS10322 1755 1985 Suzuki GSXR MOTORCYCLE 750cc 209 MPS-G 463 Unknown 750 MPS-G 142.908 187.373
1759 Con Feyen R   SUT20222 1759 ConFar2021 MOTORCYCLE 650cc 208 A-G 404 Silver/grey 650 A-G - Open
1764 Murray Johnson R   SL20322 1764 1993 Honda MOTORCYCLE 250cc 205 A-BG 402 Red 250 A-BG - Open
1764 Murray Johnson R   SL20322 91764 1993 Honda MOTORCYCLE 250cc 205 APS-BG 410 Red 250 APS-BG - Open
1764 Murray Johnson R   SL20322 81764 2006 Honda MOTORCYCLE 125cc 203 A-G 404 Red 125 A-G - 100.502
1764 Murray Johnson R   SL20322 71764 2006 Honda MOTORCYCLE 125cc 203 APS-G 412 Red 125 APS-G - 125.086
1765 Dave Coates R   SL20522 1765 2006 Honda MOTORCYCLE 125cc 203 A-G 404 Red 125 A-G - 100.502
1765 Dave Coates R   SL20522 91765 2006 Honda MOTORCYCLE 125cc 203 APS-G 412 Red 125 APS-G - 125.086
1770 Phil Howard R   MCH2522 1770 2003 Suzuki MOTORCYCLE 1350cc 211 MPS-F 462 Black/Silver 1350 MPS-F - 216.489
1771 Sean Padman R   MCH1822 1771 2006 Honda MOTORCYCLE 125cc 203 A-G 404 Red 125 A-G - 100.502
1771 Sean Padman R   MCH1822 91771 2006 Honda MOTORCYCLE 125cc 203 APS-G 412 Red 125 APS-G - 125.086
1773 Clem Glenane R   SL20222 1773 2006 Honda MOTORCYCLE 125cc 203 A-G 404 Red 125 A-G - 100.502
1773 Clem Glenane R   SL20222 91773 2006 Honda MOTORCYCLE 125cc 203 APS-G 412 Red 125 APS-G - 125.086
1775 Adam Smith R     1775 2015 Triumph MOTORCYCLE 2000cc 213 P-P 425 Black 2000 P-P - 166.190
1778 Bill Wilcox R     1778 2003 Suzuki MOTORCYCLE 650cc 208 MPS-G   Blue 650 MPS-G - 171.217
1779 Greg Inglis R     1779 2006 Honda Blackbird MOTORCYCLE 1350cc 211 APS-BG 410 Red 1350 APS-BG - 218.898
1787 Terry Hentscel R   MCH0622 1787 1974 Norton Dominator MOTORCYCLE 1000cc 220 A-PG 408 Black 1000 A-PG - 143.937
  John Stokes R   EL0422   2019 KTM MOTORCYCLE 250cc 205 P-P 425 Orange/Black 250 P-P - 133.606

 

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