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Default Historic Baskerville 2011

Outline of Weekend

13Oct 2011 Circuit available for Private Practice

14 Oct 2011 Structured Private Practice

15 Oct 2011 Practice/Qualifying/Racing

16 Oct 2011 Racing

2010 Results (Click Here)

Early Bird Discounts available to 25 Aug 2011

Once again the meeting is being organized by the MG Car Club of Tasmania. Baskerville Race Circuit is located only 20 minutes from Hobart . Having Celebrated its 50th Anniversary in February 2008 it is the oldest continuously operating circuit in Australia. Being a tight 7-Turn 2 klm circuit designed in the fifties for cars of the era it is ideally suited to classic motor sport.

Classes

Races will be open to all 5th Category log booked vehicles except Group A & C Touring Cars. Cars complying with Groups J,L,N, and S are eligible for Regularity. Other cars may be included at the discretion of the Organizers and the local historic commissioner. There will also be MG Only races open to any log booked MG racing car.

Entry

Knowing that traveling to Tasmania is an additional cost we have endeavored to keep entry fees to a minimum.

Race Entries TBA (Includes 4 Entry Passes + Friday Practice)

Regularity TBA (Includes 4 Entry Passes + Friday Practice)






Undercover Parking We now have available a limited number of undercover parking spaces in the Paddock Area. These are available on a first come – first served basis, for a cost of TBA for the weekend. If you have already entered and would like the use of one of these please contact us as soon as possible.

Trailer Hire For those entrants that intend to drive onto the Spirit of Tasmania and hire a trailer in Devonport the cost is approximately $200 for five days. Please contact the local agents for SC Trailer Hire, BP East Devonport on 0364278711 to make your essential booking.

Fuel Supplies While fuel is not available at the circuit, all requirements, including Methanol and Avgas, are available from John Douglas at Shell Claremont, 94 Main Rd, Claremont. John will need an estimate, in advance, of how much Methanol and Avgas he should have in stock so if you require these products please contact him on 0362491858.




View the Track Layout (Link to HSCC Website)



Transport - We have negotiated a group discount off fares on the Spirit of Tasmania. Vehicle & passenger space is being held until the 31st of August 2011. Any bookings received after this date will be subject to availability. Please phone Tanya on 1800 204 687 for all booking enquiries and to ensure available discounts apply.
www.spiritoftasmania.com.au

Spirit Booking Form


Accommodation - A generous accommodation package at Wrest Point Hotel Casino is available. As well as this Wrest Point and its associated accommodation sites around the state will be only to pleased to help those of you that wish to come over a little early or stay a little late organise your trip around the state. To view rates (Click Here)

Camping is not available at the circuit but for those who wish to use this type of accommodation there are caravan/camping parks within 20 mins of the circuit.

Private Practice at Symmons Plains Raceway - Some entrants have decided to take advantage of their trip to Tasmania to complete some private practice at Symmons Plains Raceway in the north of the state. There are still some dates available in the week prior to and after the Baskerville meeting. If you would like to do the same please contact the manager of Motorsports Tasmania, Dick Caplice, on 0362244134 during business hours to book your session.

Entries - Just a quick reminder that entries close on 7th October, so to avoid a late entry fee please place your entry as soon as possible.







A Little bit about Hobart

Hobart, Tasmania’s harbourside capital city, is set on the shores of the River Derwent, with the blue bulk of Mt Wellington as a backdrop.

Hobart is a city of sails and sandstone, festivals and flavours – colourful spinnakers on the harbour, fine old 19th century warehouses along Salamanca Place, the fun and music of the waterfront Summer Festival and excellent restaurants highlighting Tasmania’s fine fresh produce.

From Hobart, it’s an easy day tour to the wineries of the Southern Wine Route, to tall forests and national parks or to the nation’s most significant historic site, Port Arthur.
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