Speedcars are an AA graded national division affiliated with Speedway Australia, with competition available in every Australian State and Territory. Affiliated Speedcar Associations are based in Western Australia, South Australia (which includes NT), Tasmania, Victoria, New South Wales (includes ACT) and Queensland. Our affiliated clubs welcome new members in a range of capacities, including competitors, car owners, pit crew, social members, and officials/volunteers. Refer our State Associations page for further contact information for your local club.
Volunteering to be a Speedway Official is also an inexpensive and fun way to experience the sport first hand, while learning what goes on at a Speedway track, rules, regulations and what competing is all about. Generally beginning as a volunteer, officials can progress through to officiating National Speedway Events. You can volunteer your time directly with your local Speedcar association and subsequently apply for a Speedway Australia Officials Licence with role relevant training.
Before You Start Competing:
All competitors must satisfy the following criteria:
Be a member of an affiliated Speedcar association - refer our State Associations page for further contact information.
Hold a Speedway Australia AA Licence which includes an approved medical examination - visit Speedway Australia's Licencing page.
When issued, the Speedway Australia licence provides insurance as per the terms of Speedway Australia. It is recommended that drivers also obtain Ambulance Insurance separately.
All Speedcars must be registered with Speedcars Australia Inc, via a local State Speedcar association. Speedcars may only be registered in the State in which the owner resides (i.e. the State in which the owner is registered to vote, if eligible). Refer to our Downloads page for registration PDF documents.