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While we advertise HSRCA meetings as two-day affairs, the option of private practice on Friday allows people to extend the meeting and spend some time getting cars, and drivers, nicely sorted – especially after the summer break.

Proceedings thusly kicked off on Friday morning with private practice kindly supported by Wakefield Park.

We were also thrilled to be joined by some truly lovely Lotuses in race, regularity, super sprint and on display in the paddock in support of Jim Clark’s Lotus history.

Thanks to everyone who contributed to those significant historical milestones, and a special thanks to Club Lotus Australia for their support.

The wonderful weather and quality camaraderie between entrants, officials, friends and spectators made for a lovely atmosphere and contributed to a relaxed and social weekend.

We work hard to provide plenty of quality track time, but it’s equally important that time outside of the car is just as enjoyable, so we’re very thankful to be supported by such a warm and welcoming community.

Update Star includes support for many languages such as English, German, French, Italian, Hungarian, Russian and many more.

It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.

So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.

Historic Torque is the official journal of the Historic Racing Car Club of Queensland.

It promises to be an evening not quite like Uncle Arthur’s ‘slide night’, as portrayed by Glenn Robbins, on TV’s The Comedy Company of a decade ago, but hopefully just as entertaining!

The social night will be held at the usual venue, The Denistone Sports Club at 59 Chatham Road in West Ryde, starting at PM, but why not arrive earlier and enjoy the bistro, bar and a catch-up with your mates – it’s a social evening after all!

The Autumn Festival was headlined by two significant anniversaries – the 60th anniversary of Formula Junior and a commemoration of the life and career of Jim Clark on the 50th anniversary of his untimely passing on the 7th of April, 1968.

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