Get on the grid with your Motorsport Australia Licence
With more than 3,000 events per year and nearly 600 affiliated car clubs, Motorsport Australia is proud to facilitate motor sport at all levels ranging from club level motorkhanas, through to the Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix.
Motorsport is a fun and exhilarating activity which can be enjoyed by people of all ages and levels of experience.
Come and Try
Motorsport Come and Try Days are held on many weekends in your state throughout the year. Come and Try Days are an easy and inexpensive way to get involved in motor sport. You don’t need a dedicated race car, all you need is your everyday road registered
Click here to find out when the next Come and Try day is held in your state.
Join a Club
Joining a car club is the first step toward getting involved in motorsport. Being a member of a Motorsport Australia affiliated car club is great way to meet like minded enthusiasts as well as getting involved in events either as a volunteer or competitor.
There are over 580 affiliated car clubs that represent the diverse interest of both sporting and enthusiast members.
Club membership is a pre-requisite for all Motorsport Australia licences. Find a club in your state.
Getting your Motorsport Australia Licence
Getting involved has never been easier and first-time applicants can register online via the Motorsport Australia Member Portal.
Members can renew or apply for a Motorsport Australia licence and view their licence history, as well as entering events and updating medical information on the portal.
See below to find out more about a motor sport discipline that suits your interest.
Choose your Motorsport Australia Licence
Events such as Regularity, single and multi-car Speed Events, Drifting and Touring Road Events.
Events based on manoeuvrability such as Observed Section Trials, Touring Assemblies, Non-timed Road Events, Motorkhana and Khanacross.
Race meetings are held from Club level, all the way to the Supercars Championship.
Rallies can be run on gravel or tarmac, and are typically held on public roads – closed off to the public.
Off Road events are competitions conducted on a course over a variety of terrains.
Officials ensure that events are conducted safely, fairly and that the rules and regulations are upheld.