About AutoCross

What Is AutoCross

Autocross is a grassroots speed event that takes place on predominantly unsealed courses as laid out in the AutoCross Standing Regulations. Unlike Khanacross, Autocross allows for longer distances and slightly higher speeds, making it a more advanced form of grassroots motorsport. The course must not be less than 400m nor exceed 4km in length, with no straight section exceeding 200m, unless approved by Motorsport Australia.

Autocross events are typically held on privately-owned gravel roads such as the roads at Walky Park, offering a challenging and technical course for competitors. The competition is open to drivers of all skill levels, with categories for different engine sizes and levels of experience as laid out in the Motorsport Australia - Group 4K Regulations.

The objective of Autocross is to complete the course in the shortest possible time without incurring any penalties. Competitors must adhere to the rules and regulations of the event, including safety requirements and driving conduct. The event is designed to be accessible to everyone, with competitors able to use their own cars, provided they meet minimum safety requirements set by the event organizers.

Autocross provides an opportunity for drivers to hone their skills, test their car control and judgment, and develop their abilities to handle a car at higher speeds. It's a fun and challenging environment that encourages drivers to improve their driving techniques and push themselves to be the best they can be. It's also a great way to meet like-minded individuals who share a passion for motorsport and offers a stepping stone to other forms of motorsport, such as RallySprints and Special Stage Rallying.

Up to three years but you must maintain your WACC membership for this to be valid.

The following conditions apply to vehicles registered under the conditional registration scheme for historic, left-hand drive and street rod vehicles:

The vehicle cannot be driven for a fee, hire or reward.
The owner of the vehicle must be a financial member of a recognised motor vehicle club.
Before the start of each journey, details of the journey must be recorded in a logbook.
The owner must make their vehicle available for inspection at the request of the Registrar of Motor Vehicles or their recognised motor vehicle club.
The vehicle can only be driven on a road for up to 90 days during any one-year period of registration.
Logbooks must be:

issued by recognised motor vehicle clubs
in a form approved by the Registrar of Motor Vehicles
carried in the vehicle at all times while being used on the road.

Contact one of the club registration reps listed on the contact page to arrange a time to sign the book.

Contact one of the club registration reps listed on the contact page to arrange the next step in getting you classic or historic car registered.

Contact our club registration reps on the contact page to arrange a new book.

Present your log books (supplied by us) to the club registrar when becoming a financial member, they will stamp it with the club stamp proving you are a member of the club,
for other conditions follow the link. Club Registration Code of Practice (PDF)

The club is bound by law to update the Registrar of Motor Vehicles with any members who are no longer current. Your registration is not valid. Put it in your diary to get you membership and logbooks updated in December each year.

Logbook lasts 3 years and will cost $5 or $7 if posted (cash or E.F.T)

You can join anytime but the clubs financial year operates from January to the following year in January, historic
members must be financial members by the end of January