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- Are held the Saturday & Sunday prior to every Race Event from 8am
MONTHLY CLUB MEETING - Open to All Club Members
- Held the weekend prior to a Championship Race Round at 1pm: Scrutineering Shed
Knowledge of these regulations is a
condition of Entry
(Failure to comply may result in
disqualification and or removal from the facility)
Speed Restrictions: CARS - 230mph (370kph)
BIKES - 170mph (273kph)
ANDRA means Australian National Drag Racing Association
BR means Benaraby Raceway and includes
all the land and all facilities upon that land which is under the control of Central
Queensland Drag Racing Association Inc.
BENARABY RACEWAY means Central Queensland Drag Racing Association Inc
CQDRA means Central Queensland Drag Racing Association Inc
POWER AVAILABLE AT BENARABY RACEWAY, PLEASE BRING A GENERATOR IF YOU REQUIRE
POWER. SWITCHBOARDS ARE FOR BENARABY RACEWAY USE ONLY.
SANCTION: This event is sanctioned by ANDRA and all racing will be conducted
under the current ANDRA guidelines. All
entry fees include ANDRA personal accident & ANDRA insurance levies.
PIT AREA: If allotted, must be used to assist officials in assembling
brackets for racing. Please be
considerate of other teams needing room to tow in and out of their pit area
with tow vehicle and race vehicles with poor turning circles. All trailers (except workshop type) and
excess crew vehicles must be parked in trailer park.
SCRUTINEERING: Vehicles must be presented to the scrutineering area in full race
format – RACE READY, with appropriate credentials, helmets, fire suits,
parachutes and any other equipment as required under their ANDRA regulations,
those with chutes must be prepared to deploy it at Scrutineering.
RACE NUMBERS: Must be ANDRA specification and visible from the tower for all
competitors. Bikes must have 300mmx200mm
plate firmly attached to bike in an area not obscured by the rider’s legs.
QUALIFYING: Qualifying for all eliminators will be by allocated sessions.
Competitors should note that the start line officials may give instructions as
to which lane is to be used during qualifying. During qualifying the staging
lanes are deemed to be closed for an eliminator’s session at the advertised
start time. Once a vehicle has started and moved into the starter’s hands
(started when called upon and moved towards the start forward of the control
tower) it is deemed to have completed the qualifying run. All qualifying passes
are to be paired runs except in the case of uneven numbers in an eliminator.
All competitors are to ensure they are in the staging lanes when bracket is
called. In the event of a tie for top qualifier’s position on elapsed times the
vehicle achieving the time first will be awarded the position.
DRIVERS BRIEFING: Will happen before
qualifying at the base of the Tower. All racers
must attend the briefing. No engines are
to be started or running during briefing.
SEEDING: The competitor seeds the
field on the fastest of your three qualifying passes.
BROKEN VEHICLES: Racers must advise their bracket marshal if their vehicle is
broken. Broken vehicles will be removed from qualifying lists only up to 30
minutes after the end of qualifying. Once brackets are seeded and racers
notified they will not be reseeded.
During the racing you must inform your bracket marshal immediately.
BURNOUTS: Water/Static burnouts on concrete pads only. VEHICLES MUST BE KEPT MOVING FORWARD to avoid
damage to surface. Burnouts are
permitted in designated area(s) only. Any competitor breaching this rule may be
disqualified from the event. Vehicles with street tyres are prohibited from
crossing the start line in a burnout. All other eliminators are restricted to
one across-the-start line burnout. This includes over-staging (putting out the
stage beam). Penalty: run disallowed in qualifying; disqualification in racing.
Ignorance of this rule is no excuse. Physical contact with, including holding,
a race vehicle by crew members or others during burnouts is prohibited and will
result in disqualification of the run. No vehicle is permitted to do a U-turn after a burnout.
CENTRE & BOUNDARY
LINES: Touching or crossing the centre line or
boundary line during competition will result in disqualification. The competitor must get off the throttle and
cease racing immediately and coast through the finish line.
DIAL IN & STAGING
VEHICLE: Your dial in is considered accepted upon
commencement of your burnout. All
vehicles must stage under their own power in a forward motion.
STAGING LANES: Racer must cooperate with staging marshals to assemble fields for
racing. Any unattached vehicles will be
pushed to the side and left out of the racing, crew must be present with
vehicle at all times.
RACING DISTANCE: Racing will cease when each competitor crosses the timing sensors.
STAGING/SANDBAGGING: Competitors will be given a reasonable amount of time (approx. 20
seconds) to stage at the total discretion of the Starter once your competitor
is fully staged. Ignoring a direction
from Starter will result in disqualification.
RED LIGHT: The first competitor to red light for any reason loses the race
immediately. Only in the case of the
competitor in the other lane crossing the centre or side line during the race
will the decision be over turned.
TOW VEHICLES/START LINE
AREA: Unless children under the age of 14 are in
the company of a Junior Dragster vehicle they will not be permitted on the
start line and must be confined within the tow vehicle. Passengers in tow cars
MUST be seated inside the vehicle. All
tow vehicles must be moved to the side of track when racing, DO NOT BLOCK THE
EMERGENCY EXIT. All tow vehicles must display the race number of the vehicle that they are in tender for.
RAIN OUT: Where an
event has started no money will be refunded if passed Round 2 of Qualifying,
where the event is called before that a credit will be issued to be used at BR
at another event and must be used within 6 months or credit is null and void.
CLOTHING: All Competitors must meet minimum ANDRA safety standards for the
must be in uniform, closed in shoes must be worn at all times including in the
pit area (no thongs permitted). Sign In Wrist bands must be worn at all times.
JACK STANDS: MUST be used while working under or warming up vehicles. A person must be in control of the vehicle at
all times during maintenance.
RIGHT OF WAY: Lane 2 (spectator side) MUST GIVE WAY to Lane 1 (Tower Side)
entering for the return road. Clear Braking area as quickly as possible by
turning left off the racing surface before stopping. NO reckless or dangerous
RETURN ROAD: Park lights only preferred down the return road – NO HIGH BEAM
PLEASE. Be Aware of tow cars coming down return road.
START LINE: Only crew members who are at least 14yrs old, have signed the
ANDRA indemnity and are wearing identification as issued on day, are allowed on
the racing surface. Closed footwear must
be worn at all times on the track surface.
SPEED LIMITS: All areas 15kph including Return Road. These limits are in
place at all times, including after racing hours. Any competitor or their crew
found exceeding the speed limits may be excluded from the event.
PROTECTION OF RACING
SURFACE: in the
event of mechanical damage, leaking fluids, or debris from the vehicle please
move to the barrier side of the lane as soon as is practical to prevent major
HELMETS: Must be appropriate standard for the performance of the vehicle
and MUST STAY ON until a competitor leaves the racing surface.
ALCOHOL: Strictly no alcohol in the pit area during the race meeting. Race drivers and Crew are not to consume
alcohol prior to the completion of the event.
If any racer is found partaking of alcohol or any other illegal
substance during the event, the racer will be immediately disqualified from the
event. Random breath testing may occur
at any time during an event.
STANDING REGULATIONS: It is the responsibility of the Driver/Rider/Entrant to acquaint
themselves with these regulations and any supplementary regulations of the
particular meeting. A competitor or
entrant who breaks these regulations may be disqualified. Entrants are reminded that their crew are
their responsibility. Competitors could
be penalised for the actions of their crews.
NO ABUSE OF ANY KIND WILL BE TOLERATED AT BENARABY RACEWAY EVENTS OR YOU
WILL BE REMOVED FROM PREMISES
THE MEETING DIRECTOR'S DECISION IS FINAL
PLEASE NOTE: BENARABY RACEWAY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
RACING FORMAT OR STARTING AND FINISHING TIMES WITHOUT NOTICE.
For More Information -
Trackside: CQDRA PH: 0419703710 - Response may be
delayed once racing commences
Technical Enquiries: PH: 0417204272 - Prior to Race Day.
Catering and Bar will be in operation.
Please note: GLASS or ANIMALS are not allowed at the track.
NO DRINKING IN THE PITS DURING RACING - Racers will be Disqualified
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