GET READY FOR A ‘HARD DAYS NIGHT’ IN THE 2019 SART CHAMPIONSHIP!
2018 SART Champions (left) Expert Solo & Outright, Rowan Pumpa & (right) Sidecars, Darren Winter & Lachlan Greenhalgh (pics courtesy of Four07 Images, Tom Ware Photography)
The 2019 South Australian Reliability Trials Championships are getting closer, with about 7 weeks to round 1, The Phillip Haydon Reliability Trial, which will be run for the 42nd time in memory of the 2 time winner of the 24 Hour Trial.
Round 1 will be the traditional day/night format that will be based, and start, from the Tarlee Oval on Saturday, May 4th at midday and will be an event of 2 laps out and around Tarlee and the areas North of the town.
Supp Regs are now available and online entries are set to open today – Monday March 18 – and as always, the event will be open to solos & sidecars! www.sartchampionship.com/entry-registration
Due to time constraints, there will be no Rally Class offered for this event, but with one event competition licences now available, all are encouraged to purchase one and ride the whole event – and get more bang for your buck!
The SART Committee are excited to announce 2 new Championship partners for 2019, as CBS Bins and ECO Waste Solutions join the returning Barossa 4X4 & Outdoors, Barossa Bluestone B & B and Mobility SA to support what should be, another exciting Championship in this long running discipline of the sport, which is unique to South Australia!
For those looking to ride in 2019, and especially to those new to the sport, the 2019 Supplementary Rule Book is now available. The rules are applicable to all Reliability Trials conducted in South Australia.
Minor Rule Changes for the 2019 season, addition of END of timed section signs & minor revisions to existing rules for better interpretation.
Also on the SART website – www.sartchampionship.com – all the information on the 2019 Championship, including;
- The Championship supplementary regulations
- The 2019 Championship rule book
- Online entry link
- Links to the organising Clubs
- All other need to knows
The 2019 Calendar is;
THE PHILLIP HAYDON RELIABILITY TRIAL SATURDAY, MAY 4 @ TARLEE
PROMOTER: Gawler Motorcycle Club. The ‘Phillip Haydon Reliability Trial’ will be the opening round for 2019 and will be run in the Tarlee district, start and finish at the Tarlee Oval. The Trial will be a Day/Night format of 2 laps and approximately 6 hours in total duration. NOTE: Rally Class not supported. Rally riders are urged to purchase the newly introduced one event completion licence, to ride the full 2 laps in the open field.
THE MIKE CONNORS RELIABILITY TRIAL SATURDAY, MAY 25 @ SEDAN
PROMOTER: Keyneton Motorcycle Club. The Keyneton MCC will host this round returning to the Sedan District, starting from the Sedan Oval. The trial shall be a day time format of 2 laps, and approximately 6 hours in total duration. This event has a competitor capacity limit and entry may be closed earlier if the capacity has been met. NOTE: Rally Class TBA
THE LEW JOB RELIABLITY TRIAL SAT & SUN, JUNE 8 & 9 @ ROBERTSTOWN
PROMOTER: Velocette MCC. The ‘Lew Job 2 Day Reliability Trial’ will be run as one event over 2 days, each day consisting of approximately 6 hours in duration. Start and finish will be at the Robertstown Oval, Saturday will be Day/Night format Sunday will be Daylight only. Rally Class is included in this event.
THE 24 HOUR TRIAL SAT & SUN, JULY 13 & 14 @ EUDUNDA
The 24 Hour Trial is a Day/Night format over a total duration of 24 hours continuous in the Kapunda & Eudunda regions. Start and Finish for 2019 is at Eudunda. NOTE: The 24 Hour Trial will be conducted as round 4 in the Championship Series, but the SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS AND ENTRY FORM shall be issued separate from these series regulations. Entries received by official 24 Hour Trial entry form only.
THE GIL HARRIS RELIABILITY TRIAL SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 @ MALLALA
PROMOTER: Levis Motorcycle Club. The Levis MCC “Gil Harris Trial” (Formally Theo Nixon Trial), this event will be run in the Mallala district as a Day/Night format of 2 laps and approximately 6 hours in total duration. Rally Class included in this event.
THE RIVER MURRAY TRIAL SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 @ PALMER
PROMOTER: SAPMAC Motorcycle Club. The ‘River Murray Trial’ will be an all daytime format of 2 laps and approximately 6 hours in total duration in the Mannum district starting from Palmer Oval. Rally Class included in this event.
THE BERYL PEARCE TRIAL SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 @ CLARE
PROMOTER: Clare Motorcycle Club. The event will be a Day/Night format of 2 laps and approximately 6 hours in total duration. Main Control located at the Clare MCC Clubrooms. Rally Class included in this event.