Racetrack - Drift Practice
Racetrack - Drift Practice:
Now that you've completed drift school and skidpan drift practice it's time to hit the track!
Using Winton Motor Raceway short track you'll get a taste of one fo the best racetracks in Australia.
Open track means plenty of flow and you get to drive with your friends.
This event is also perfect for pro drivers needing some practice or to shake down their vehicles.
Winton club circuit (short track)
Low driver cap for maximum seat time
No Cage required
Open track (No groups)
Track open 9am to 5pm
Event suits intermediate to pro drivers
Drift Cadet programs are design for drivers to learn advance driving techniques and vehicle skid control.
Reckless driving and poor treatment of the event crew, racetrack & or venue will not be tolerated and may forfeit your drive.
No HOONINg, anti-social behavior or BURNOUTS.
All activity Booking are Non-refundable.
Access to Racetrack
CAMS Level 2 Speed Licence
What to bring:
A vehicle that meets regulations
Extra Wheels & Tyres
Safety Helmet meeting Australian standards
Long sleeves and long pants
Frequently Asked Questions:
Winton Motor Raceway - Skidpan
41 Fox Street, Winton VIC 3673
Sign in & scruntineer - 7:30am
Racetrack Driving - 9:00am to 5:00pm
Venue closes - 6:00pm
Ages 16 and over (Must be accompanied by guardian for under 18 year of age)
Must completed Drift School and Skidpan drift practice.
Please refer to Driver Pathway
Not beginner friendly (Please CLICK HERE)
Event Supplementary Regulations
EVENT CHANGES - COVID-19 Track Regulations (subject to change as Government eases restrictions)
For all upcoming events, changes will be implemented to keep all participants and drivers safe
No Spectators or Passengers
One(1) pit crew per driver
No refreshments provided (Please bring your own drinks and lunch
No tyre changing service available
Maintain social distancing measure 1.5 metres
Hand Sanitizers provided around the venue. Please use regularly
Drivers and pit crew are reccomended to download COVIDSafe App
Under no circumstances should anyone with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 attend the event.
This includes any fever, respiratory symptoms, shortness of breath, sore throat, cough, fatigue, or lack of sense of smell.
Under no circumstances should anyone attend the event if they have been:
i. overseas in the previous 14 days: or
ii. in contact with someone who has been overseas in the previous 14 days: or
iii. in contact with a known COVID-19 positive case in the previous 14 days