Speed Licence

A Speed Licence allows you to compete at pace in events such as Regularity, single and multi-car Speed Events, Drifting and Touring Road Events. It is designed for competitors – from the age of 14 – who want to explore the full potential of their vehicle and driving ability at speed and against the clock, as opposed to fellow competitors on-track.

This licence also includes what's referred to as 'Non-Speed' events such as Observed Section Trials, Touring Assemblies, non-timed Road Events, Motorkhana and Khanacross. These events typically are hosted on smaller facilities, and are based on manoeuvrability and skill rather than outright pace. Participants can begin from the age of 12 onward, and will be issued with a conditional Speed Junior licence until they reach the age of 14.

Download a licence form below.


Speed Categories

Hill Climb
Sprints and Supersprints

Non-Speed & Auto Test Categories

Observed Section Trials
Touring Assembly


Social events are a key part of why clubs exist and include; club meetings, working bees, and social gatherings - through to club runs, show and shines, and many other key social activities of clubs.

Motorsport Australia Public Liability generally covers these events as part of your affiliation fees. For a complete listing, please refer to the Gallagher Insurance Handbook.

Social events are generally categories in one of the following areas: static vehicle displays, social runs conducted under State road rules on public roads (such as lunch runs, breakfast runs or observation runs), or Car Club monthly meetings (non-vehicle).

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