Introductory Events

WA Sporting Car Club, in partnership with Electrical Group Training (EGT), brings you the Start Line range of educational and introductory days. These days are your entry point to enjoying motorsport and improving your driving skills on and off the track.

 

EGT Come & Try Sessions

 

One of our experienced instructors will sit in the passenger seat while you tackle vehicle handling exercises on the skidpan. Then put what you’ve learnt into practice on the main circuit.

 

  • Skidpan and Circuit format
  • Instructor Guidance
  • 3 Hour session
  • $125 (includes MSA Introductory Licence)

 

2022 Events: February 18, April 22, September 30 and November 18

 

 

 

 

 


 

EGT Car Control Challenge

 

Held on the infield skidpan, you’ll put your vehicle through its paces on a Motorkhana course. Accuracy and control are key.

 

  • Skidpan format
  • Suitable for new drivers (12+)
  • Timed (non-competitive)
  • 3 Hour session
  • $20 per car (plus $25 per driver for MSA Introductory Licence if required)

 

2022 Events: March 20 and October 23

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

EGT Competition Driving School

 

For those who are looking to start driving competitively, the EGT Competition Driving School will give you all the inside information for getting around the circuit as quickly (and safely) as possible.

 

  • Circuit format
  • Performance driving lecture
  • Instructor guidance
  • 8 Hour session
  • $270 members / $320 non-members
  • You will need to have a current Motorsport Australia Speed or higher to take part.

 

2022 Events: March 11, May 6, September 2 and November 27. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Requirements – Car Control Challenge

 

  • Your own vehicle that is mechanically sound and capable of safely undertaking the activities
  • No helmet necessary
  • Long pants and enclosed shoes

 

Requirements – EGT Come and Try / EGT Competition Driving School

 

  • Your own vehicle that is mechanically sound and capable of safely undertaking the activities.
  • Helmet with a minimum of a AS1698 compliance sticker. We do have helmets for hire if you do not have your own.
  • Long sleeve shirt, preferably cotton, long pants down to the ankle, preferably no polyester or similar.
  • Enclosed footwear.

 

Further information on how to prepare for these days will be sent to the participant after registration. Please see the calendar for event dates, or email admin@wascc.asn.au to be put on the mailing list.


Who is EGT?

Our Start Line events sponsor Electrical Group Training (EGT) is the largest employer of electrical apprentices in Western Australia. Their apprentices are amongst the safest and best trained in the electro technology industry.

As a not-for-profit group training organisation, EGT employs and trains apprentices within the industry and places them with a host employer for an agreed period of time, in order to gain various on-the-job experience.

EGT provides opportunities to build lifelong careers, whilst delivering host employers with low risk, flexible, hassle-free employment solutions.

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