I'd keep a tab on our website - nsw.tickfordclub.com
The day is slated for Saturday, January 18th 2003. We've already paid Wakefield Park the deposit so this day will go ahead, be it sunny or wet.
You'll need your Wakefield Park license or buy one on the day (valid for 12 months), suitable clothing and your Ford. We'll be letting members know the price soon, but I'd budget for $120 - really depends on how many members we get this time, the more we get the cheaper it is. Hopefully our ACT branch will bring some up to increase the numbers.
Details on the convoy down from Sydney will be organised towards the end of the year, but we're aiming to have everyone at Wakefield by 9am and it's a 2 hour cruise.
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Originally posted by Venom XR Depends on the number who show, but $100-$150. You can go all day, cheaper than a day at the go-karts.
Plus all the ancillaries such as:
- brake parts
these add up REAL quick. I would seriously estimate that a day of track driving would easily cost $500 provided nothing breaks. Been there, done that many many times.
It's good fun though isn't it??????
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