There is a Cortina for sale See here on Facebook It is located near Nowra. If anyone is interested, please reach out to Chris Dubois (0409 047 529) and he will have a look at it if you would like him to do so.
Click here to read the letter about Bob Asher The trophy shown below will be a new HTCA NSW Perpetual Trophy!!
We received the sad news that John Virgo from South Australia passed away yesterday, 29 April 2021. John was a committed member of the South Australian Historic Cars fraternity, was a foundation member of the AHTCA and was a long time Group N and Historic competitor. In Group N, John is remembered for
ARG, the event organiser, has issued an update about the situation with COVID. Read the update by clicking here.
On 6 August 2020, the CEO of Motorsport Australia, Eugene Arocca, advised of some changes to Motorsport Australia's operations. In summary, they are; centralising administration to their Melbourne office; permanently closing State offices to the public; moving to more online services; restructuring MA Commissions. The CEO has also advised that there will be further announcements about these arrangements in the
HTCA NSW received the very sad news this morning that Grahame Hill passed away today. Grahame was a long-term member of HTCA NSW, and campaigned in a variety of cars including a 1957 Austin A35, a Mini Cooper S, a 1970 Valiant Pacer and a 1964 Ford Mustang. In Grahame’s claimed
View this email in your browser Update from CEO Eugene Arocca To our motorsport community, I am pleased to say that motorsport is slowly starting to return around the country. In recent weeks, a number of small, grassroots events have successfully occurred, with organisers working closely with Motorsport Australia staff to ensure a safe and
Motorsport Australia has issued an approach to returning to racing. Click here to read the article https://www.motorsport.org.au/docs/default-source/covid19/motorsport-australia_return-to-race.pdf?sfvrsn=226dacc9_10
Motorsport Australia Licence Update In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Motorsport Australia Board has approved changes to the expiration of certain licence types. These changes were the result of a month long consultation by Motorsport Australia with members and other stakeholders. Motorsport Australia President Andrew Papadopoulos said with State and Federal
Your Committee has been closely monitoring the events with COVID-19. We are taking the advice by experts very seriously, and agree that we need to do whatever we can to address this pandemic. We do not see this being resolved in the near future - the advice from the UN Secretary General to the G20