The first step to hosting or running a motorsport event in Australia is applying for a Motorsport Australia event permit.
There are more than 3000 Motorsport Australia permitted events held every year. Each event represents the diverse sphere of motorsport from high-profile international events, through to non-competitive show and shines.
Promoters, organisers or affiliated car clubs can apply for a Motorsport Australia permit by completing the relevant application forms and submitting it to [email protected].
To begin your application
Click on the classification types below to locate all pre event, post event and other relevant forms.
The minimum requirements to submit an application (including current affiliation for clubs) are:
- A Motorsport Australia Event Application form
- Supplementary Regulations – utilise the PDF or Word proformas, or create your own set.
- An Event Entry Form, or details of your online entry form.
We encourage all clubs and promotors to take advantage of the new and improved Event Entry System. Click here for more information.
Online Applications & Forms
Available for social, non-speed and speed events, the online speed or non-speed application options include Event Application, Supplementary Regulations and Entry Form upload and payment options. This option does not require you to send in additional Supplementary Regulations.
Social permit applications are a quick and easy process that allow for numerous events in one application.
Online Clerk of the Course and Steward Report forms are available for all event types, as well as a request form for Alcoholmeter, Radar Gun and Noise Meter Equipment.
Click here to apply for a social/non-competitive event permit.
Standard Motorsport Australia Permit Applications
Non-Speed and Speed event pricing can be found on the event permit application forms.
Rallying/touring road, and off road event pricing can be found on post-event forms.
For more information about event requirements, please consult the Motorsport Australia Manual or email [email protected].