SKDAC is based on the south coast of NSW with members in Wollongong, Bega, Southern Highlands and everything in between. The club holds regular motorkhanas and khanacrosses in Nowra, as well as the annual Mini’Dulla Rally. New members welcome, a very family friendly club!
The club meets monthly on the 4th Monday of the month at the Shoalhaven Turf Club (upstairs room), 96 Albatross Road South Nowra. 7:30pm
The following membership form can be posted with a cheque to SKDAC PO BOX 583, Nowra 2541 or paid in person at a general meeting on the 4th Monday of the Month at the Shoalhaven Turf Club (upstairs room).
SKDAC MOTORKHANA INFO/REQUIREMENTS
1. Be a SKDAC Member. Forms available abovevor fill it out on the day.
2. Have a current AASA Club Race Licence https://aasa.com.au/licenc…/club-racing-licence-application/ or Motorsport Aust (CAMS) Non-Speed https://www.cams.com.au/get-invol…/competitors/licence-types. AASA must be pre-arranged (allow 3 weeks) and Motorsport Aust (CAMS) can be submitted on the day.
3. Prepare your vehicle. Cars must be fitted with a seat belt and 1kg fire extinguisher and will be subjected to a safety check. The SKDAC club car (manual Excel) is available by prior arrangement.
4. Prepare yourself. Neck-wrist-ankle clothing of non-flammable fabric, and a helmet.
5. Check the Events section for dates and print out an Entry Form in the Files section. $40 adults / $20 juniors 12-17 years (18 years is still Jnr if turning 18 that calendar year). Juniors must have an observer who holds a race licence. Experienced observers are available by prior arrangement (and they come with free driving tips!).
6. Join in and have fun! A day typically starts at 9:00am to complete your entry and perform safety checks. Use the ‘Model Flying Club’ entry to Archer Racecourse. 10:00am racing starts: motorkhana first, then a short break for lunch (provided), then the khanacross event. We aim to have 3-6 MK courses and 4-6 KX courses. Drinks available for $1 each. BYO chairs and shade.
The Shoalhaven and Kiama Districts Auto Club was formed in the 1960s, and still has members from that era involved with the club today. The club is now developing a very strong junior involvement to try and provide a safe place where adolescents can actively learn car control, and learn about the correct attitudes required for safe driving on public roads.
The club is affiliated with the Confederation of Australian Motorsport, and enforces the strong safety standards laid down in the rules and regulations of that body.
The Shoalhaven and Kiama Districts Auto Club (locally known as “SKa DAC”) is highly regarded by many areas of society. It has great working relationships with local government groups as well as the police, and is seen as providing a necessary service to the area. SKDAC is also involved with raising money for local charities through various events every year.
SKDACs members consist of people from all walks of life, that have a common interest of the enjoyment of motorsport. SKDAC welcomes all interested new members, and looks at all avenues of motorsport that can provide an interest to its members and the local community.