NYORA Raceway kicks off for the 2016/17 race season with a very special day of support for youngsters and their families who are fighting the fight against cancer.
It’s Nyora Raceway’s annual ‘Camp Quality’ Fun Day, from 10.30am this Sunday, October 30 and motor racing enthusiasts are urged to attend.
The Nyora Raceway committee have very committed members who have been working hard to make sure the day has financial supporters and competitors to come along and have a great day as awareness and financial support is raised for Camp Quality.
The day is a great way for everybody to contribute to Camp Quality with a great financial arrangement for Camp Quality locked in and vital funds being raised for the organisation.
Amongst the type of cars competing, there will be Speedcars and Super Sedans; two of the bigger national divisions who compete at the best and biggest venues around Australia. Nyora Raceway is very proud to have them attending the day and competing during the season.
Locally drivers from around Gippsland and the south eastern suburbs will be competing in divisions such as Mini Sprints, Unlimited Sedans, Sports Sedans, National Juniors, Junior Standard Saloons and Ladies Standard Saloons.
Pakenham’s Mark Miles in Standard Saloons, from South Gippsland Rob Bickham in Sport Sedans and Langwarrin youngster Zoe Young in National Juniors; are just some of the competitors that are very keen to get back on track to start the season whilst the Glassborrow family name returns to Nyora in Unlimited Sedans when Troy Glassborrow hits the track to go racing.
If you have enquiries call Amanda on 0408 076 965. Racing will begin at 10.30am on Sunday with entry prices $20 for an adult, kids 12 to 16 are $10 each, aged and invalid pensioners are $10 and a Family ticket is $50 for two adults and two kids aged 12 to 16 years plus others less than 12 of age.
Contributed by Dean Thompson, DMT Sports Media for Nyora Raceway Inc.
‘Camp Quality’ speedway charity day at Nyora this Sunday