Warwick - Programme

VW Warwick 2019 Events Schedule

Friday 4th October

Track is open only to pre-entered drivers and crew who have their pre- paid tickets. There will be a designated VW pit area. Please ensure you have your passes for gate entry.

Dyno Power Runs From 7pm in the main marquee.

Saturday 5th October

9am - track open to general public and those participating in the street parade.

9.30am - Street parade leaves from the track. Only registered vehicles may be driven. All unregistered vehicles must be trailered. Street Parade ends at Leslie Park in the Warwick CBD, where a static display occurs for one hour. Competitors can return to the track from 11am onwards for scrutineering.

11am - 12pm - Scrutineering

1pm - 5pm - VW Practice and Qualifying

6pm - Track closed to general public. Only drivers, crew and paid campers allowed to stay overnight

7pm - Special Motorsport Presentation in main marquee and fully catered Spit Roast Dinner (must be pre-paid).

Sunday 6th October

9am - Gates open to general public, swap meet, show'n'shine and trade stalls

9am - 10am - Practice and Qualifying

10.30am - 2pm - Competition. Round Robin (4 rounds) plus final

3pm - Trophy Presentations

5pm - Track closed to general public. Only drivers, crew and paid campers allowed to stay overnight

Please note, while all effort is made to stay to the programme, variations without notice may occur

Dyno Run Friday Evening

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