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ISSUE 36 APRIL 2010
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Contents
Cover 1
Newsletter Sponsors 2
Contents 3
Presidents Report 4
General Meeting - Victoria 4
Rods Rambling's 4
General Meeting Minutes 5
Annual General Meeting Minutes 6
Journey to Lake Gairdner 7
For Sale 8
2010 Speed Week Results 9
2010 Speed Week Photos 15
Newsletter Sponsors 20

On the cover: Aerial view of the timed track from behind the start line. New C/PRO record holder Wayne Pickles and Brett De Stoop’s amazing Suzuki

President Cled Davies
Vice President Norm Bradfield
Secretary Rod Hadfield / Carol Hadfield
Treasurer Rod Hadfield/ Carol Hadfield
Chief Steward Brian Nicholson & Bob Ellis
Motorcycle Steward Gary Baker & Dave Hinds
Race Director Steve Charlton
Starter Chris Hanlon
Timer Stan Suchodolskiy

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From the Chair - Cled Davies
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A big thank you for the vote of confidence in electing me to the position of DLRA Chairman at the recent AGM, in following on from Rob Carroll’s tenure – some big shoes to fill. Rob’s contribution to our group during his eight years

has been outstanding!
Some of the changes he has overseen include
• successfully negotiating for continuous use with the new owners of the Mt Ive Station who were unaware of our annual event;
• conferring for continued use of the site with the indigenous land owners’
• moving the containers to our new camp site allowing installation of power & sewage for the camp.
• Increase in membership from just over 200 to our current membership in excess of 1000!
• Various rainouts have meant tough & frequently unpopular decisions have had to be made- Rob has handled these issues in a competent manner.
• instigation of double track system introduced in 2010 proved extremely successful
Rob has often put the DLRA before his own business & has decided that having achieved most of the things he set out to do for the DLRA the time has come to concentrate on his affairs.

Each Chairman has certain objectives in mind & I have several I’d like to see the members consider to ensure that the current workload is spread a little more in an attempt avoid continuing to overload certain individuals who have

worked tirelessly for the group.
In particular
• Appointment of a membership secretary to work for & with Carol
• Also organise rosters & duty lists for officials & man /woman the meeting HQ at the lake ensuring it operates as the official information centre.
- sort out the problem with the timing lights
- investigation of suitable meeting dates & venues
- notifying members in a timely manner of meetings

To help with these & other concerns I invite members to forward constructive comments regarding our annual Speed Week direct to me daviescled@hotmail.com
or C. Davies 85 Garsed St Bendigo Vic 3550

2010 SPEED WEEK REFLECTIONS
Once again we were set up to run first thing Monday morning [thanks to everyone who jumped in & helped over the weekend to make this possible]. Although we were up against the weather the track dried out enough late on Tuesday,

with both tracks operating we posted approximately 500 runs between that afternoon & late Friday morning. Incidentally our GPS track proved immensely popular, recording 250+ runs. Thanks to our new time keeper Stan Suchodolskiy

who did a great job despite wire difficulties – a big welcome to Stan as a member of the team! Steve Charlton has accepted the position of Meeting Director & is looking forward to new challenges whilst Chris Hanlon has taken over as

Starter, with his previous experience I have no doubt he’ll settle in to this role very easily. Undoubtedly Rob Carroll will be looking over our collective shoulders to ensure we’re doing him proud - once again thanks Rob for a great job

during the past 8 years – we’ll do our best - & know you’ll be the first to tell us if we’re not up to speed.
Best wishes to all, Cled

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General Meeting - Victoria
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Sunday 23 May 2010 Commencing @ 11 am
Venue: Aussie Desert Cooler 350 Murray Road Preston

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Rods Ramblings - Rod Hadfield
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I really thought we were done on Sunday morning when Rob Carroll, Bob Ellis and I went to inspect the lake after Saturday night’s storm. We found a mini sea, one inch of water on the track and the start line, around two inches at the 6

to 7 mile, ¾ of an inch in the pits, but the wind was blowing and we decided that was our only hope. People were devastated “How could it happen?” Four years in a row - WET TRACK! After days of hard work by early arrivals the

only thing that didn’t work out was the positioning of the second track start line and pits location but Bob Ellis, Peter Noy and Tony Cooke came up with a plan and possibly it was better than the original. The decision to hire Len

Newton’s tractors proved to be the right one, they pulled the drags so easily using far less fuel and leaving the Dodge which needed work that Rob & Tom Carroll carried out and it was then used to cart the water to all the required

locations. A new member, Andrew Maden worked non-stop along with all the others getting things ready and by Saturday night scrutineering was under way and I thought, Monday morning is going to be kick-off as planned, but no,

it rained for only the second time this year, but as Larry O’Toole (from Graffiti Publications) commented “That two day hold up did in a way put a calm over everyone, allowing them to relax and slow down after the rush and hype of

getting there.” It was just amazing how the reports coming back to camp of the water being blown away, we decided on our Sunday inspection to get the merchandising truck off the lake and back to camp, we set up in the shearing

shed and with bike scrutineering going on outside we did a roaring trade. Our 20th Anniversary items proved popular thanks to Norm (Big Knob) for working on the T shirt design and Vicki Howard for the artwork on the stickers (great

work Vicki). The truck was full going over as we had a lot of previous year’s items to sell and five 44gallon fuel drums were on board to fill at Mt. Ive Station on arrival to run the tractors, generators, Dodge, pumps and blowers along

with the designated support vehicles.

With the Newtons’ approval we set up sales and scrutineering at the canteen on Monday and again it was like a Myer sale, we couldn’t keep up with the customers, Carol was flat out supporting the scrutineers, signing up new

members and late entries which were charged the $100.00 penalty as entries were supposed to be in by the first week in February and just as well this was introduced as with our large entry numbers it couldn’t be done any other way, so

please be sure to get your entries in on time for next years event as it makes things so much easier. We sold out of all this years’ apparel and re-runs have been ordered to sell online or by phone.

The decision to purchase the track mats proved to be the correct one as without them the meeting wouldn’t have happened and as I stated it was only the second time this year it had rained at the lake much of the water soaked through

cracks in the surface, the air bubbles coming up through the surface on our Sunday morning inspection were very apparent. The Newtons’ had the canteen under control and people just waited and hoped, sure enough by Monday

night it was showing very positive signs of being able to go ahead and everyone was ready to move, the timing boys Cookie, Peter and Stan were busy sorting out things that got drowned and to their credit they got it working but the

wiring system must be looked at I feel to lower the workload and time lost with breakdowns.

So many people need to be thanked for just getting in and doing things. Without the merchandising truck I am not sure how we could have covered that area but what we really need now is a caravan where Carol can do the paperwork

without the wind problem, a van with a door at either end, in and out, where the paperwork can be kept untouched so that it doesn’t have to be packed up each day and subsequently misplaced or blown away, not a pile of junk but a

van in good condition which we could sign-right where say 3 or 4 people can work and not be on top of one another, there must be vans no longer used by show or event people so could every member keep a lookout, it’s a must. If

you find something try to get a photo and phone me on 03 54723868 during the day or 03 54724629 at night, or Cled on 03 54433432 or 0419581854.

The GPS track idea was again a winner, I don’t think anyone had a problem with it and by Thursday afternoon they were calling for competitors, Chris Hanlon did a great job with his helpers (thanks all) he decided to close the second

track around mid-afternoon Thursday and thus gave the tear-down volunteers a start as with the warm-up track which was possibly the only area of concern, it’s a “warm up” only and I have to say another thing that needs addressing

also is people not paying attention or even attending the drivers meeting. If you don’t understand something it is then that you ask.

Many people did great performances, such as the first production bike to run over 200mph, the first true production car to run over 200mph (the Moe boys), Brett de Stoop on his home built bike running well above a world record at

232mph, Wayne Pickles running 217mph, what a jump! (Thanks also Wayne for your part in donating the drag chain).

Cookey and I spent Friday morning from daybreak cleaning out the storage container completely, blocking the holes and then stacking only what is needed as it came back from the track, the merchandising truck went home full but this

time it was “not required items” and just rubbish, this is another area that needs attention, some people are just plain irresponsible, cans and rubbish left in toilets and in some cases in the hole, I found 7 cans on the trucks wheels,

bumper and chassis after the AGM, over 100 were left in the shearing shed after the auction and in the camp toilets, why do you do it? Someone else has to clean it up. The truck also bought home the timing equipment and GPS units

for our new starter “Real Stan” to care for.

Carol and I left the camp after 99% of the cleanup was done for a 2 ½ hour stop at Mt. Ive Homestead with Len Newton to sort out camp fees, access fees, fuel accounts, tractor hire and other administration tasks, at that meeting I

discussed at length the future such things as the camp area, toilets and showers etc., but his hands are tied, he is unable to give firm answers or do anything until the Government and other parties agree on land use agreements. I also

discussed event timing and he is of the opinion, as I am, that the next couple of meeting dates be moved into early April for a number of reasons and he will work with us if we decide to, which we must do soon. April is too early to

get winter rains, the summer thunderstorms as we have been getting for the last few years are finished, he said there are traditionally no winds in April, in fact he stated they must cart water during that month as the windmills don’t turn

and of course it would be cooler, Easter next year is late in April and we move away from the Clipsal 500 and the Grand Prix. I am not sure when this newsletter will appear but I will ring Len mid April to see what has happened with the

weather and the lakes condition since our meeting.

I must thank at this stage all who helped make this meeting the success it was, your efforts are all appreciated and as we move on you will still be needed, this year we had 175 pre-entries think about this, 175 entries in a country of 20

million, the U.S. get 500 entries from over 300 million people, we have many more challenges than they do with their 140 officials. Good job all and please get behind the new committee, put forward any ideas you have and lastly, thanks

to our outgoing President Rob Carroll for a job well done.

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General Meeting - Lake Gairdner Minutes
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Held at Racers Camp, Lake Gairdner S.A.
10th March 2010

The meeting opened at 8.30pm and Rod Carroll welcomed members and visitors.

Apologies: Don Noble, Wally James, David Waight, Casey Hill, Peter Code, Rod Saville, and the Stans.
Minutes Of Previous Meeting: held on the 31st January, 2010 were read by Rob Carroll. Moved by Steve Charlton and seconded by Greg Butler.
Financial Report: Bank Balance $ 59,107.95
PETTY CASH; $ 640.85 MOVED BY Carol Hadfield 2nd: Steve Charlton.

Stewards Report:
Gary Baker reported that he has made changes to the motorcycle rules and will publish them on the website and in the newsletter.
Bob Ellis reported that the standard of cars was generally improving and we should try and move more towards the SCTA rule book, he stated that he was proud of the way the meeting has been conducted and wished competitors all

the best for the next day and a half of racing.

State Meetings:
Chris Hanlon reported on the meeting held in Queensland during February.

Correspondance In:
An email was received from John Broughan who suggested that the club set up an eBay Store to sell our merchandise. Greg Wapling has registered DLRA with eBay, but has also updated the web page to be more secure for internet

orders.
An email was received from Marc Ryder of Orion Consulting stating his disappointment on not being able to attend Speed week this year.

Correspondance Out:
A letter was sent to the S.A. CFS requesting their attendance and assistance at this years Speed Week.

General Business:
• Chris Hanlon asked why we cannot update rule changes quicker. Rob Carroll reported that he and Bob Ellis have been speaking about this. John Lynch asked why we can’t just use the SCTA rule book. Bob Ellis said he

would like to form a committee to implement changes to the rule book.
• There was a request from David Waight to split the Vintage 4 cylinder class into Flathead and Overhead classes. This was moved by David Waight and seconded by Rob Carroll, this went to the vote with majority approval.
• Steve Charlton reported that fuel cans in the pits need to be in a protective container, he reminded members that glass containers are not be on the lake and that tarps were not under all vehicles and that they should go the

full length of the vehicle. He spoke of rusty seat belt brackets being a problem in race vehicles and reminded everyone that all rubbish is to be taken off the lake.
• It was reported that the volunteer schedule seems to be working. Kenny 11 has done a great job, Rod Hadfield moved that we refund any costs to him, seconded by Peter Noy, carried.
• Rob Carroll reported that people not camping at the racers camp were coming to our camp to shower and not contributing to our generator diesel costs.
• Rob Carroll thanked the fire crew, ambulance officer and others that have done an exceptional job during the week.
• Steve Charlton reported on parts that have been coming off cars and found on the track.

With no further general business the meeting closed at 9.15pm for a 15 minute break before the AGM.

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Annual General Meeting - Lake Gairdner Minutes
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Held at Racers Camp, Lake Gairdner S.A.
10th March, 2010

The meeting was opened at 9.30 pm by Rob Carroll.

Apologies: Don Noble, Wally James, David Waight, Casey Hill, Peter Code, Rod Saville and the Stans.

Minutes Of Previous Meeting: The previous minutes were read by Rob Carroll Moved By: Peter Noy 2nd: Trevor Beck

Financial Report: Bank Balance: $ 59,107.95 Moved By: Carol Hadfield 2nd: Tony Cooke

General Business:
A Notice of Motion was put forward by Gary Brennan at our meeting in January to be discussed at the AGM. Gary’s letter is the motion “that we introduce an Annual subscription fee for membership of the D.L.R.A.”, seconded by

Dennis Campbell.
Robert Murdock put forward an amendment to the motion “that the motion be referred to the Executive and a recommendation be put to the 2011 AGM”, seconded Colin Clare. The motion was carried by a majority of hands raised.

The amendment becomes attached to the motion.
A new member, Tex O’Grady spoke to the meeting about his proposal to make the first 200 mph pass with a dog on a specially prepared motorcycle for charity. Tex has spoken to the DEH who knew of his exploits in other areas with this

dog. Following a discussion it was moved by Rod Hadfield that Tex go ahead and obtain the necessary permission, seconded by Steve Charlton, all were in favour.
Russell Branson then took the chair and thanked Rob Carroll for the eight years of dedicated service he had given the club as President, he also thanked the representative of the Gawler Ranges Native Title Group, Glenn Wingfield who

spoke to the meeting and thanked the members on the way they conduct Speed Week. Russell also thanked the DEH representative present.
Russell then declared all positions vacant and called for nominations for office bearers.

Election Of Office Bearers:

Nominations for President
• Peter Noy nominated by Gary Baker
• Cled Davies nominated by Roy Brand
• Trevor Beck nominated by Peter Noy
• Deb Dawson nominated by Steve Charlton
• Norm Bradshaw nominated by Robert Murdock
• Russell Branson nominated by Steve Charlton

Peter Noy, Deb Dawson, Norm Bradshaw and Russell Branson all declined. Cled Davies and Trevor Beck both spoke about what they can offer the club after a request from Dennis Campbell. They then left the meeting while the

members voted with a show of hands, Peter Noy and Rod Hadfield counted the votes, Cled Davies was elected on the majority vote.

Nominations for Vice President
• Peter Noy nominated by Trevor Beck
• Trevor Beck nominated by John Lynch
• Deb Dawson nominated by Gary Baker
• Wayne Pickles nominated by Peter Warren
• Norm Bradshaw nominated by Cled Davies
• Chris Hanlon nominated by David Hinds

Peter Noy, Trevor Beck, Deb Dawson, Wayne Pickles and Chris Hanlon all declined. Norm Bradshaw was elected.

Nominations for Secretary/Treasurer
• Rod and Carol Hadfield were nominated by Steve Charlton and were elected unopposed.

Nominations for Camp Co-ordinator
• Trevor Beck nominated by Gary Baker
• Andy Jenkins nominated by Steve Charlton
• Gary Brennan nominated by Brian Nicholson

Andy Jenkins and Gary Brennan declined. Trevor Beck was elected.

Nominations for Chief Car Steward
• Brian Nicholson nominated by John Lynch
• Bob Ellis nominated by Tony Cooke

Both Brian and Bob were elected as Joint Chief Car Stewards.

Nominations for Chief Motorcycle Steward
• David Hinds nominated by Bob Ellis
• Gary Baker nominated by Trevor Beck

Both David and Gary were elected as Joint Chief Motorcycle Stewards

Nominations for Chief Starter
• Don Noble nominated by Chris Hanlon
• Chris Hanlon nominated by Stan Suchodolskiy
• Rob Carroll nominated by Tony Cooke

Rob Carroll declined. Don Noble and Chris Hanlon were elected.

Assistant Starters are to be Paul Lynch and Mathew Saunders.

Nominations for Timer
• Stan Suchodolskiy nominated by Trevor Beck
• Tony Cooke nominated by Stan Suchodolskiy

Tony Cooke declined and Stan Suchodolskiy was elected.

Nominations for Meeting Director
• Kevin Saville nominated by Gary Baker
• Rob Carroll nominated by Trevor Beck
• Steve Charlton nominated by Deb Dawson
• Paul Lynch nominated by David Hinds
• Dennis Campbell nominated by Alan Fountain

Kevin Saville, Rob Carroll, Paul Lynch and Dennis Campbell declined. Steve Charlton was elected.

It was decided that there will be a volunteer roster for Speed Week again next year.

The President thanked everyone for their attendance; he thanked all Office Bearers, committee members and other assistants for their efforts during the past year.

The meeting was closed at 10.55pm.

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Journey to Lake Gairdner - Craig Perry #835
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Although I only officially joined with the DLRA in June ’09, I have known about it & Lake Gairdner, for over 3 years now, through my son, Nathan. He first read about salt lake racing in Australia, in one of the car mags he buys, and

became mildly interested. He looked up the DLRA web site, became very interested, so signed up. It was then that he decided to take his daily driver off the road and turn it into a salt lake racer. His car, a Nissan Silvia powered by a RB

20 skyline motor, boosted with a turbo charger, was no slouch. He also wanted to prove that more than just juice, milk, and ice cream come in a 2lt package.

Nathan did what every interested person should do, he grabbed his DLRA rule book & sucked the life out of it, to ascertain the way he needed to go with the Silvia. He made a plan & began to build the dream machine. He has received

support from Bob, Chris, Matt, Paul & Don, all members from Brisbane who lent the young fellow a good ear, & had some valuable advice. He was planning to have it on the lake in 2008, & although speed week was rained out, time &

the lack of funds were against him anyway.

Then he changed his mind on what was actually required from the car, motor & drive-train to get to get it along the salt at 200MPH. (After all, that’s what the goal is.) A lot of things were excluded & included so the rebuild began. Now

2009 didn’t work out either, & although I was keen to get to Lake Gairdner for a look see, Nathan said he wasn’t going without a ride. Consequently we stayed home, but I decided Speed Week 2010 would be the time that we would

actually step on that bloody great white dyno.
The organisers of the 2010 event, were calling for volunteers to help get the show on the road & to help during Speed Week, so I suggested to Nathan that we should go there as helpers & the car could go in 2011, (perhaps). Nathan

said he was only going if we could take his Triumph Daytona, because he wasn’t going to just watch everybody else having fun.

After all it wasn’t going to be too big of a job to have the bike to DLRA specs. He set out a list of things to do & went about achieving each of them. The only thing to be a pain in the neck & hip pocket was that he required a steering

dampener. Guess what? Triumph didn’t have one for the Daytona. There wasn’t even an aftermarket one available, in Oz, USA or England. His only choice was to somehow design & manufacture one. As his bike is a sports model it has

a faring, so the only place to fit it was on top of the steering head. He spent a lot time anguishing over what & how it would work. He finally purchased the right dampener to fit where required, & then he had to have some parts

manufactured. Nathan provided the best possible measurements plus drawings & it was agreed the parts would be ready to try by Fri 26th Feb. This would give him 3 days to fit it, & carry out any alterations if they were needed, as we

were heading to Lake Gairdner Tues 2nd.
The parts weren’t ready until Tues, the day we were supposed to be leaving. The guy doing the job hadn’t quite stuck to the drawings & actually chopped off an important part of the design, which was to help the whole thing be

retained in position. Well Nathan worked away making it fit & work. By the time he went to bed that night, he was 1 bolt away from success but that was to be purchased & fitted in the morning.
The next morning Nathan finished his job, then the bike & all the necessary gear for it & the camping gear was loaded onto my Mazda BT50. We said see ya later to wife & Mum, then with Nathan in the driving seat, we headed off

toward Lake Gairdner. The time was 1.30 pm. & we were some 30hrs behind schedule, so we had to do some long hours & big kms before we saw the salt on Thurs pm.
We had our first fuel & food break at Moree, (time was 8.46pm), before heading on to Gilgandra, arriving at the servo at 12.48 am for another break. We arrived at Cobar’s 24hr roadhouse at 3am. They were serving fuel, but no food, as

the breakfast cooks weren’t due on until 4am. Bugger there goes my idea of an early hearty trucker’s breakfast. Just as we headed off light rain began to fall, however just after only travelling a few Kms, the rain turned to torrential

volume, that had parts of the road looking like small lakes.

When daylight finally arrived, to our astonishment we saw water almost everywhere, particularly right up to the road edge. Some places we drove down the middle of the road to keep us on the driest track possible. No need to worry

about other traffic because there didn’t seem to be any other silly buggers on the road. Not even truckers, they were all parked up. Must have known something. We experienced flooded causeways, & had to cross 3 of them. The first

was straight forward, but the second had us wondering if we would get through, especially when a 4x4 that approached us from the other bank, decided to back up & turn around. I was happy to be in 2nd gear with a little bow wave, but

then the water got deeper & you could feel the pressure of it as the Ute approached about ½ way point. Nathan kept checking for an impending flow of water into the cab, while I looked to see how high it was coming up the outside of

the door. When it started to lap the bonnet I knew those pegs that are suppose to indicate the depth, must have somehow headed to higher ground. We traveled through the third one with ease.
We fuelled up at a small servo as you enter Broken Hill & the people running the place commented you were lucky to get through. The road would be closed in a couple of hours. We scoffed “Hungry Slacks” for breakfast, and got back

on the road. Not long after we crossed the S.A. border the sun came out, a bit weak for a while but by the time we arrived in Port Augusta, it was smiles all around as the heat warmed up the blood.

Bought some supplies, fuelled up & headed off to Iron Knob turnoff. We covered the bike to hopefully keep out excess dust. Everything else on the back was sealed in plastic bags or locked away in the new equipment boxes, bought

especially for this trip. So far they had proved to be very waterproof, unlike the old ones. Now I wanted to see if they were dust proof too. We turned off on to the dirt track & we drove fairly cautiously as we had never been on any

roads like this before. We had the feeling of where the far ka wee, as we watched the clock, tripmeter, & for any sign of life.

We caught up with fellow DLRA member, Lee Russell, plugging away at getting to the lake edge by night fall as well. We fell in behind him, & caught his dust for about an hour before finally arriving at the edge of Lake Gairdner at

7.15pm. We stood there in awe of it all. Gob smacked. Photos just don’t do justice to the place. The feeling of being there was quite overwhelming, to say the least. We stood there in peace & quiet just taking in the amazing sunset, &

reflecting on the journey that started 3 years ago.

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For Sale
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Doug Nash 5 speed close ratio, heavy duty, high torque gearbox. Never Used. Originally cost $6,000 will sell for just $2,500. Cotact Rod Hadfield 03 5472 3868

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2010 Speed Week - Results
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Driver
Number Name Vehicle Number Vehicle Class 08/03/2010 09/03/2010 10/03/2010 11/03/2010 12/03/2010 Record
2 Andy Jenkins 2 Lakester K/GL - - - 85.0 - Open
3 Rod Hadfield 90 1975 HJ Holden Wagon B/GC - - - 167.0 - 163.576
92 John Lynch - Belly Tank A/BFL - - 258.046 - 98.522 301.729
105 Lucky Keizer 105 1989 Streamliner S/G 1000 - - - 108.244 - 136.467
132 Vic O'Neil 132 1932 Ford Coupe B/BGCC - - - 153.0 - 142.970
140 Phil Arnold 140 1997 Moto Guzzi Daytona P/PP 1000 - - 136.472 139.794 - - Open
140 Phil Arnold 766 1997 Moto Guzzi MP/G 1000 - 136.0 136.074 132.699 - Open
150 Peter Vansittart - 1953 Triumph Thunderbird MPS/VF 650 - 107.549 116.0 114.0 - - 109.157
151 Steve Charlton 302 Lakester D/GL - - - 205.373 212.854 201.274
155 David Waight 1928 1923 Ford T Roadster V4/GMR - 100.421 - - - 122.050
178 Ronnie Stayt - 2002 Kawesaki 12R MPS/F 1350 - - 154.241 - - 202.065
194 Bob Bowman 417 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass AA/FCC - - - - 204.487 192.328
201 Norm Hardinge 3410 1934 Ford Roadster B/GR - - 183.607 - - 195.577
207 Mathew Saunders 207 1937 Fiat Topolino E/GCC - 166.0 152.0 171.013 168.679 173.135 - 170.228
211 John Broughan 211 Lakester F/BGL - - 172.422 184.077 188.373 176.0 190.0 - 204.127
212 Mark Dunn 90 1975 HJ Holden Wagon B/GC - - 174.039 131.492 155.179 168.0 - 168.161
213 Rick Begg 213 - M/G 250 - - 79.2 - Open
222 Leigh Russell - 1987 Suzuki Alto J/PRO - - - - - 101.715
222 Leigh Russell - 1987 Suzuki Alto J/GCC - - - - - Open
234 Mal Hewett 234 1950 Vincent Rapide M/PG 1350 - 148.809 148.662 - 153.714 133.769
234 Mal Hewett 234 1950 Vincent Rapide MPS/VG 1350 - - - 154.932 - Open
247 Wayne Belot 3410 1934 Ford Roadster B/GR - - - - - 195.577
249 Graham Cain 8 1972 LJ Torana D/GC - - - 165.944 - 195.047
250 Norm Golgerth 8 1972 LJ Torana D/GC - 152.326 - - 164.308 195.047
252 Stephen Morgan - 1984 Toyota Hilux Pickup D/MMP - - - - - 152.654
253 John Dent - 1996 Ford AU Falcon B/BGC - - - - - 188.333
253 John Dent - 1968 Ford Mustang A/GC - - - - - 202.440
256 Peter Walduck 256 1926 T Ford Roadster H/GMR - 81.8 75.3 67.9 - - Open
258 Debra Dawson 258 1953 Studebaker Champion A/GCC - - 186.259 186.219 179.829 190.799 190.536
259 Paul Broughan 211 Lakester F/BGL - - 184.077 - - 204.127
271 Leo Monahan 8 1972 LJ Torana D/GC - - 166.389 - - 195.047
277 Roy Brand - Ford XF Ute A/M Ute - - - - - -
280 Terry Prince 280 1950 Vincent SC/MVF 1350 - - - 74.404 143.747 - Open
282 Gary Baker - 1986 Special Construction A-BF 1000 - - - - - 143.609
283 Denis Boundy 343 1950 International R190 Truck U/DT - - 84.0 - - 133.779
295 Norman Bradshaw - 1996 AU Falcon B/BGC - - 192.153 - - 188.333
296 Aulis Soderblom - 1993 Ford Nascar C/GALT - - 147.0 180.117 207.672 218.512
299 Robert Murdoch 299 Falcon E/PRO - 157.054 - 157.020 - 160.007
304 Stuart Penn - 1955 Vincent Supercharged Lightning A/VBF ???? - - - - - -
306 Gary Brown 277 1990 Ford XF Ute ?/?? - - 147.722 - - -
311 Des Jewis 302 Lakester D/GL - - - - 209.022 201.274
321 Bruce Fisher - 1973 Falcon C/PRO - - - - - 199.225
322 Greg White 131 1973 Falcon C/PRO - - 186.316 198.106 164.361 201.027 - 199.225
331 Adrian Reid - 2005 BA Ford Falcon ute C/MP - - - - - 118.561
343 Steven Vorwerk 343 1950 International R190 Truck U/DT - 104.458 - - - 133.779
344 Nathan Bradshaw - 1996 Ford Falcon B/BGC - - - - - 188.333
346 Graeme Turrner - 1980 XD Falcon AA/GALT - 207.660 170.834 - - 216.467
371 Grant Schlein - 2003 Suzuki GSXR 1300 Hyabusa P/P 1350 - - 199.093 197.357 203.504 - 198.347
371 Grant Schlein - 2003 Suzuki GSXR 1300 Hyabusa MPS/G 1350 - - - - - 204.603
374 James Stewart - 2007 Bellytank Special E/GL - 159.829 - 192.051 76.804 - 160.413
379 Greg Watters - 2000 Suzuki GSX 1300R APS/BG 1350 - - 218.751 218.898 193.902 181.524 Open
390 Daryl Chalmers 96 1996 EF FALCON C/PRO - 213.169 - 206.303 - 199.225
394 Garry Peterson 394 2006 Triumph Daytona MPS/G 750 - - 152.396 185.471 153.139 193.694 193.392 155.925
394 Garry Peterson - 2002 Suzuki GSX1300R - - - - - - -
397 Wayne Pickles 285 1968 Holden Monaro C/PRO - - 198.807 217.155 217.076 216.177 215.775 - 199.225
408 Cec Fraser - 1971 Honda XL M/F 175 - 80.6 76.865 77.706 84.094 77.332 - 71.574
408 Cec Fraser 484 1972 Honda CT-110 Postie Bike A/F 175 - - - 87.472 - Open
412 Dik Jarman - 2007 Bellytank Special E/GL - - 68.882 - - 160.413
414 Gavin Manning 414 1999 Ford Truck U/DT - - 155.749 - - 133.779
417 Donald Hudson 417 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass AA/FCC - - 222.194 - - 192.328
422 Robert Bishop 422 Special Construction Motorcycle APS/BG 3000 - - 154.426 - - 144.848
423 Alan Fountain 423 1950 Lakester Belly tank A/FL - - 234.940 - - 227.373
424 Craig Fountain 423 1950 Lakester Belly tank A/FL - - 127.0 - - 227.373
425 Ian Wheatley - 1950 Lakester Belly tank A/FL - - - - - 227.373
430 Stewart Pennycook - 1996 EF FALCON C/PRO - - - - - 199.225
443 Evelyne Scholz 443 2003 Yamaha R1 APS/G 1000 - 154.075 119.0 157.0 164.211 164.323 - 161.892
444 Dave McLachlan - 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000 APS/BG 1000 - - 139.591 164.0 145.240 Open
444 Dave McLachlan 280 - C/MVF 1350 - - - 147.423 - Open
445 Rebeka Tucker 445 1988 Suzuki Swift GT1 H/PRO - 119.0 118.933 118.141 - 125.226
454 Jeffory Lemon 454 1991 Kawasaki ZZR 1100 M/G 1350 - - 149.154 148.0 152.0 157.0 156.0 - 161.059
466 Adam Pickles - 1968 HK Holden C/PRO - - 198.807 - - 199.225
471 John Viles - 1984 Toyota Hilux D/MMP - - - - - 152.654
473 Allan Scott - 1950 Lakester Belly tank A/FL - - - - - 227.373
480 Michael Smith 480 1996 Kawasaki ZX 9 M/ Ω - - 88.8 91.454 - Open
484 Bob Lambert - 1972 Honda CT-110 Postie Bike A/F 175 - - 78.774 - - Open
490 Trevor Nielson 417 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass AA/FCC - - - 160.0 - 192.328
495 Kim Krebs - 1999 Suzuki GSXR 750 APS/BF 750 - - - 188.412 184.814 Open
499 Jan Groke 499 1978 Ford TE Cortina E/PRO - - 125.0 127.0 125.702 127.0 123.0 - 165.039
504 Malcolm Sturrock 504 2003 F4 1000MV AGUSTA P/P 1000 - - 162.227 162.103 166.389 - 180.469
508 Paul Radford 508 1984 Suzuki Solo GSX-1100 M/G 1650 - 141.0 156.0 159.0 - Open
509 Brett De Stoop 509 Suzuki 750 APS/F 1000 - - 153.478 152.432 171.665 232.108 210.169
510 Max Ellery 510 1988 Holden Commodore E/PRO - - 127.6 72.126 164.256 179.928 - 160.007
546 Nathan O'Connell 302 Lakester D/GL - - 146.0 146.854 - 201.274
549 Neil Davies 3410 1934 Ford Roadster B/GR - - - - - 195.577
561 Jeffrey Jones 37 1981 Toyota Corolla H/PRO - 110.0 - 91.0 114.0 - 125.226
562 Joel Jones 37 1981 Toyota Corolla H/PRO - - 110.0 111.0 107.0 - 125.226
565 Terry Ings 565 1966 Triumph Trophy S/G 650 - - 88 - - Open
572 Michael Riddell 572 2002 Honda CT110 M/PG 125 - 72.4 - 73.457 - 77.666
581 Jamie Regan 581 1982 VH Commodore C/PRO - - 158.0 155.0 161.0 - 199.225
587 Mark Burrows 587 Special Construction bike APS/VG 350 - - 71.938 - - 77.532
594 Allen Shephard 594 1962 E Type Jaguar E/GT - - 146.032 - 126.249 149.253
601 Alan Lacey 601 1991 XF Ford Panel Van ?/GC - 87.1 112.0 122.067 - -
603 Alan Laing 603 1976 Chev Monza D/GALT - 103.0 117.0 91.8 109.0 107.0 111.0 100.0 105.0 - Open
604 Jake Laing 603 1976 Chev Monza D/GALT - - 121.0 - - Open
612 John Ladbrook Snr 612 1988 Suzuki GSXR750J MPS/BF 750 - 151.0 149.0 151.0 - - 182.43
617 Graham Smith 617 1985 Honda CBR 1000 P/P 1000 - 143.0 135.0 - - 180.469
624 Chris Bryson 624 2001 Suzuki Hyabusa MPS/G 1350 - 191.367 196.560 - 194.264 202.588 190.818 204.603
627 Don Shields 627 2006 Kawasaki ZX14 P/PG 650 - - 117.0 155.0 162.0 166.0 154.692 169.0 167.0 - Open
632 Wayne Gower 632 1958 Milano E/MS - - 143.0 175.191 140.0 141.198 205.538
640 Nick Rees - 1932 Ford Roadster A/GR - - - - - 232.12
642 Phil Shephard 642 1962 E Type Jaguar E/GT - - - 161.870 - 149.253
643 Steven Harkness 643 1981 Kawasaki GPZ 1100 MPS/G 1350 - 125.0 140.0 139.0 - - - 204.603
644 Mark Holyoak - 1973 Volkswagon Beetle F/PRO - - - - - 140.274
645 Terry Coles 645 1986 Harley Davidson PP/G ???? - 117.0 108.043 - - -
659 Mike Bulluss 581 1982 Commodore C/PRO - - 158.0 - 159.0 - 199.225
660 Robert Benson 581 1982 Commodore C/PRO - - 156.0 158.0 159.0 - 199.225
661 Dave Wilkes 581 1982 Commodore C/PRO - 152.0 156.0 158.0 159.0 - 199.225
662 Brian Payne 662 2002 Kawasaki ZXR 1200 MPS/F 1350 - - - - 131.0 146.0 - 202.065
667 James Bragg 667 1986 Harley Davidson Sportster MPS/F 1350 - 147.0 - 145.120 147.734 - 202.065
671 Alan Blackwood - 1999 Triumph ST MPS/? ???? - 164.594 167.504 167.286 - -
680 Nathan Perry 680 2003 Triumph Daytona MPS/G 650 - - 126.0 141.0 144.057 Open
689 David Pluckhahn 689 1968 Holden Monaro C/GALT - - 130.505 129 - 218.512
706 Peter Sanford 706 1976 Datsun 260Z Coupe F/GT - - 126.0 137.195 126 - Open
708 Stephen Bridge 708 1976 Datsun 260Z Coupe F/GT - - 126.0 132.0 - 139.919 Open
712 Sean Kelly - 1997 Suzuki GSXR SC/P 750 - - 120.270 - - Open
712 Sean Kelly 712 1990 SRK Windle Yamaha SC/P 1000 - - - 121.112 - Open
712 Sean Kelly 712 1992 Honda CBR SC/P 600 - 130.0 124.0 - - Open
717 Alan Kulari 717 1967 XR Falcon B/GALT - - 124.653 179.901 165.198 150.476 - 160.513
727 Peter Steck 727 1984 Kawasaki Z500 cc MPS/G 500 - - 99.2 104.508 - Open
732 Stuart Hooper 732 1959 Velocette Venom APS/PF 750 - 133.0 83.509 134.614 136.141 127.968 139.001 Open
733 Mark Hamilton - 1980 Yamaha SR500 MPS/G 500 - 122.532 115.118 - - 124.739
735 Paul Powditch - 2008 Suzuki GSXR 750 P/P 750 - 118.0 162.594 167.566 - 144.34
735 Paul Powditch 735 2008 Suzuki GSXR 750 MPS/G 750 - - - 167.0 - 155.925
736 Adrian Vorwerk 343 1950 International R190 Truck U/DT - - 113.0 - - 133.779
739 Stephen Finn 739 1977 Suzuki GT 750B M/G 750 - - 146.783 134.861 - 149.377
739 Stephen Finn - 1977 Suzuki GT 750B MPS/G 750 - - - 135.013 134.861 134.846 155.925
742 Russell Vorwerk 343 1950 International R190 Truck U/DT - - 111.0 - - 133.779
745 Craig Windsor 745 1996 Kawasaki ZX 9 M/Ω - 93.6 - - - Open
753 Stephen Craven 753 1972 Ducati Imola MPS/G 900 - 131.0 127.0 130.0 138.0 133.0 - 143.436
755 Gordon Hallahan 90 1972 HJ Holden B/GC - - - 149.0 162.0 - 168.161
763 Phillip Fairey 898 2004 Suzuki GSX 1350 Hayabusa MPS/BG 1350 - - 146.0 146.121 115.015 160.800 171.534 223.325
770 David Patterson 770 1974 XB Ford Coupe AA/BGC - - - 163.369 - Open
774 John Ogilvie - 2008 Lakester C/FL - 158.311 158.702 - - Open
780 Michael Brixton 780 2003 BA Ford Ute ?/Ute - - 132.0 154.0 155.601 168.966 175.080 - Open
782 Matthew Kelly 782 1992 Honda CBR SC/P 650 - 111.0 123.745 - - Open
783 Ken Robinson 783 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa MPS-G1350 - - 187.421 77.332 195.726 198.117 199.567 204.603
784 Peter Code 784 2000 Kawasaki ZX12 R P/P 1350 - - 153.925 169.077 171.722 198.347
791 Troy Bodley 791 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa MPS-G1350 - 152.0 177.0 - - 204.603
795 Kieren Nugent - 2002 Kawasaki ZX9 P/P 900 - 159.094 - - - 128.066
798 Kearon de Clouet - 1985 Suzuki GS 250 MPS/ Ω - - - 108.968 71.856 110.592 Open
799 Josh Kulari 717 1967 XR Falcon B/GALT - 170.0 - - - 160.513
800 Scott Gower 632 1958 Milano E/MS - - 149.0 169.0 - 205.538
805 Shane Gaghan 805 1996 Suzuki GSXR 750 MPS/G 750 - 187.373 154.892 161.870 154.0 - 155.925
816 Josh Schuit 816 1981 BMW R100 MP/G 1000 - 119.0 114.300 114.068 109.223 121.049 - Open
817 Elizabeth Mudd 417 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass AA/FCC - - - 135.0 - 192.328
831 Glen Ross 831 1982 Yamaha SR 500J MPS/F 500 - - 114.0 109.439 - Open
832 Stewart Ross - 1982 Yamaha SR 500J MPS/F500 - 113.0 114.0 117.0 - - 114.722 Open
836 Sean Steck 836 1985 Suzuki RG MPS/G 250 - - 47.9 45.0 101.0 - 121.885
839 Shane Barnes 839 1978 Ducati SD 900 M/G 900 - 125.0. 119.0 124.0 - - Open
847 Marcus McCartney - 1973 Suzuki TC 100 M/G 100 - - - - - Open
850 Phillip Eggleston 850 1966 Triumph Bonneville APS/G 750 - 104.0 117.0 127.325 - Open
851 Tom Lang - 1983 Honda XL 185 A/G 250 - 88.530 81.512 - - 74.318
853 Peter Turner 853 1993 Kawasaki ZXR 400 MPS/G 500 - 127.0 129.781 133.451 129.0 - - 124.739
856 Philip Monkhouse 856 2006 Yamaha YZF RG MPS/G 650 - - - 154.0 161.812 - Open
856 Philip Monkhouse 856 2004 Yamaha YZF R1 MPS/G 1000 - 141.0 - 175.139 - 177.988
857 Daryl Higgins 857 2006 Yamaha YZF RG MPS/G 650 - - 139.0 166.0 - Open
857 Daryl Higgins 857 2004 Yamaha YZF R1 MPS/G1000 - - 159.0 - - 164.891
859 Greg Mackie 859 1956 Vokswagon Beetle H/PRO - - 75.1 70.838 - - 125.226
859 Greg Mackie 873 1969 Karmann Ghia F/MS - - 128.0 - - Open
860 Brenton Liney 860 1970 R75/5 BMW Motorcycle M/PP 750 - 110.0 105.0 102.0 - - Open
860 Brenton Liney 632 1958 Milano E/MS - - - 89.0 spin - 205.538
863 Grant Chandler 863 1985 Yamaha FZ750 MPS/G 750 - 137.0 130.0 134.0 - - 155.925
866 Peter Healy 866 1993 Suzuki RGV VJ22 250 M/G 250 - - 110.0 119.0 88.0 99.042 - Open
867 Campbell Douglas - 2008 Aprilia RSV 1000R MPS/G 1000 - - 137.0 151.0 156.060 159.235 - 177.988
867 Campbell Douglas 867 2008 Aprilia RSV 1000R M/G 1000 - - - - 148.0 (GPS) 138.370
868 Daryl Bunton 868 1983 Honda CT110 Postie Bike M/G 125 - - 58.6 59.3 - - 60.216
871 Stephen Pike 5400 1954 Austin Healey Streamliner F/BFMS - 127.0 180.0 - - Open
872 David Pike 5400 1954 Austin Healey Streamliner F/BFMS - - 183.729 189.883 - - Open
873 Stephen Muller 873 1969 Karmann Ghia F/MS - 114.0 127.370 - - Open
874 David Merritt 874 1978 Yamaha SR 500 M/G 500 - 104.0 - - - Open
875 Kurt Dunn 90 1975 Holden HJ Wagon B/GC - 115.0 142.0 - - 163.576
877 Jon Baxendell 99 - - - - - - 133.392 -
878 Keith Carrick 878 1936 HRD Comet MV/PF 650 - - 102.0 117.0 112.0 120.0 - Open
878 Keith Carrick 879 1959 Norton Featherbed MPS/PG 1350 - - 104.0 - - 163.280
879 John Trease 879 1960 Norton Featherbed MPS/PF 1350 - - 136.0 129.0 162.557 156.0 - Open
880 Mark Clifford 880 1991 Honda CBR250RR P/P 250 - - - - - 78.08
880 Mark Clifford - 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa MPS/G1350 - - 151.0 178.0 181.0 183.308 - 204.603
881 Paul Walkley 881 1982 Honda CT 125 M/G 125 - - 85.6 82.7 84.9 84.0 - - 60.216
883 John Cartwright - 1936 HRD Comet M/PG 125 - - - - - 77.666
885 Neil Mclaughlan 885 1991 Honda CBR250RR P/P 250 - - - 90.0 98.0 100.0 - 78.08
886 Mark Arnold - 1967 XR Ford Falcon B/GALT - - - - - 160.513
889 Steven Kell 889 1982 Honda CX500 M/PG 500 - - 111.0 110.186 107.168 109.0 110.0 - Open
891 Paul Cox - 2009 Suzuki GSX 1300R P/P 1350 - - - - - 198.347
892 Tobias Breen 892 1974 HQ Holden C/PRO - - 151.0 154.612 158.0 175.267 - 199.225
895 James Tyson 895 1999 Suzuki GSX 1300R APS/BG 1350 - - 131.0 154.0 175.0 170.0 173.0 187.0 - Open
896 Bradley Steck 896 1984 Kawasaki Z500cc MPS/G 500 - 102.0 - 103.0 - 124.739
897 Bianca Jones 37 1981 Toyota Corolla H/PRO - - 110.0 - - 125.226
898 Wayne Godwin 763 2004 Suzuki Hayabusa GSX 1350 MPS/BG 1350 - 134.0 146.0 - - 223.325
899 Nathan Alberti 895 1999 Suzuki GSX 1300R MPS/BF 1350 - - - 185.0 - 235.740
900 Laurence Doyle 904 1956 VW Beetle H/PRO - - - - - 125.226
901 Dave Alexander 877 Ford - Art Chrisman Clone XF/VOT - 78.9 112.0 132.0 - Open
902 Anthony Candy 877 Ford - Art Chrisman Clone XF/VOT - - 98.0 113.0 - Open
903 Zachary Price 877 Ford - Art Chrisman Clone XF/VOT - - 110.0 100.0 - Open
904 John Weninger 904 1956 VW Beetle H/PRO - - 72.1 - - 125.226
905 Andrew Maslen 905 2001 Suzuki GSXR 1000 P/P 1000 - 128.0 151.0 158.0 - - 180.469
906 Andrew Price 906 2008 Honda CBR 600 P/P 650 - 128.0 142.0 149.0 152.665 - - 168.843
910 Thomas Young 910 1985 Yamaha DT175 M/G 175 - - 85.9 82.1 77.881 - Open
911 Callam O'Neill 132 1932 Ford Coupe B/BGCC - - 102.0 - - 142.970
914 Don Kendall 904 1956 VW Beetle H/PRO - - - 159.0 - 125.226
915 Brian Fullard 140 1997 Moto Guzzi MP/G 1000 - - - 127.0 - Open
922 Anthony Locastro 922 2008 Suzuki GSXR 1000 P/P 1000 - 125.0 132.0 151.0 170.178 180.922 - 180.469
923 Jason Whittaker 922 2008 Suzuki GSXR 1000 P/P 1000 - - 151.0 168.0 174.384 - 180.469
924 Nigel Thompson 924 2006 Yamaha R1 MPS/G 1000 - 126.0 151.0 172.579 171.110 164.956 177.988
926 Anthony Phelan 904 1956 VW Beetle H/PRO - - - - - 125.226
928 David Bolger 928 1989 Suzuki RGV250 MPS/G 250 - 118.0 - - - 129.533
933 Paul Marcos 933 1981 Kawasaki 500 Sidecar SC/F 500 - - - 74.0 80.493 - Open
936 Scott Noonan 213 1998 Suzuki RGV 250 P/P 250 - - 106.951 - 78.08
940 Craig Pinkney 417 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass AA/FCC - - - - - 192.328
941 Wayne Adnum 417 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass AA/FCC - - 90.0 - - 192.328

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