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Motorkhanas

Imagine taking your road car on to a slippery surface and negotiating tight courses set out by rubber cones and coloured flags. A motorkhana is where you improve your car handling skills…have a lot of fun for not a lot of money…and earn competition points towards club trophies.

Christian Autosports Club of Australia (CACA) runs a motorkhana series split into skid pan (flooded concrete surface, as below) and grass events (as above). We use the Sydney Motorsport Park skid pan at Eastern Creek and Ansell Park adjacent to the RAAF base at Richmond. Both venues induce different car behaviour. The skills you gain here are very beneficial for when driving on public roads with a loose surface, lack of grip or a lot of water.

Motorkhanas are divided into categories for every day passenger vehicles and modified (unregistered) vehicles. At any one of our events you are likely to see Mazda 3’s, Corollas, Civics, Mirages, Subarus, Toyota 86’s, V8 Commodores and Falcons, EVO Lancers and turbo Nissans, as well as purpose built race cars. Points are awarded for negotiating the courses in the shortest possible time without hitting the cones and flags.

Children from 12 years of age are eligible to enter (with parental permission) and we have found motorkhanas to be ideal for teaching the right skills and building confidence in learner drivers. CACA has a number of highly experienced motor sport racing drivers who are available to sit with junior members and provide instruction.

Don’t worry, you won’t damage your vehicle. The worst that could happen is driving over a cone – and they bounce back into shape!

Motorkhanas are divided into open events, closed events and training. Open events are for members of Christian Autosports Club of Australia and other CAMS-affiliated clubs. Closed events are solely for the benefit of CACA members. Training includes a practice day, driver training for the public or promotional activity (as when CACA staged a launch day for the NSW Rally Championship).

Motorkhanas are inexpensive events. Registration is $50 for adults and $25 for juniors for the day plus the cost of a CAMS licence (refer to CAMS Licence).

Skidpan Motorkhanas

Khanacross

Think of a khanacross as a “mini rally”.

Modified cars (eg. upgraded engine, roll cage, special tyres, strengthened body panels, custom suspension, fire extinguisher, etc.) race through a forest on designated gravel roads. Each ‘stage’ is approximately 500 metres in length.

Christian Autosports Club of Australia runs a khanacross series (Chris Cross Series) at Cataract Scout Park, near Appin, south of Sydney.

The skills you gain here are very beneficial for when driving on public roads with a loose surface or lack of grip.

Khanacrosses are divided into categories for different types of cars and engines. Points are awarded for negotiating the forest courses in the shortest possible time. Have a lot of fun for not a lot of money…and earn competition points towards club trophies.

Children from 14 years of age are eligible to enter (with parental permission and at the director’s discretion) and we have found khanacrosses to be ideal for teaching the right skills and building confidence in learner drivers. CACA has a number of highly experienced rally drivers who are available to sit with junior members and provide instruction.

Khanacrosses are divided into open events, closed events and training. Open events are for members of Christian Autosports Club of Australia and other CAMS-affiliated clubs. Closed events are solely for the benefit of CACA members. Training includes a practice day, driver training for the public or promotional activity (as when CACA staged a launch day for the NSW Rally Championship).

Khanacrosses require a CAMS licence (refer to CAMS Licence) and helmet. Roll cages and other safety gear is highly recommended.

Marulan Track Days

A track day is a great opportunity to improve your driving skills and to better understand the behaviour of your car at-speed.

Christian Autosports Club of Australia (CACA) runs track days at the Marulan Driver Training Circuit 90 minutes south of Sydney.

This specially constructed circuit provides a mix of tight corners, on-camber and off-camber turns and a main straight. It is ideal for improving braking skills and cornering techniques.

Vehicles of all types are eligible to go on the circuit and drivers are grouped according to their experience. At any one of our track days you are likely to see anything from a Mazda 3 to an Audi, a Civic, Mirage, Impreza, Toyota 86, BMW, V8 Commodore or Skyline, as well as purpose built race cars.

Drivers are timed so that they can analyse their driving performance but these are not competition events.

CACA has a number of highly experienced motor sport racing drivers who are available to sit with members and provide instruction.