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MRA Stages Second Successful Post-Lockdown Event

Photo supplied by Scott Walker The popular AASA-sanctioned Motor Racing Australia (MRA) series has staged its second successful post-lockdown event, more than 160 competitors turning out at Sydney Motorsport Park on Sunday. As with the previous round on 13 June, social distancing restrictions were implemented to ensure the race meeting could proceed in a safe …

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AASA Officials Overjoyed With Racing Return

Passionate AASA officials are relishing their return to the racetrack at the post-lockdown Motor Racing Australia (MRA) race meetings held at Sydney Motorsport Park. The team of volunteers – including flag, grid and pit-lane marshalls, pit lane marshalls and race control officials – were instrumental in ensuring the 13 June “COVID Comeback” MRA round was …

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Iconic Sandown Circuit to Host Additional 2020 AMRS Round

The Australian Motor Racing Series (AMRS) and its sanctioning body, the Australian Auto Sport Alliance (AASA) will reach a significant milestone in August, visiting Melbourne’s Sandown International Raceway for the first time. The Sandown race meeting, which will be held on 28-30 August, forms part of an expanded 2020 AMRS calendar that now stretches to …

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AASA Sanctions Successful Comeback Race Meeting

The first Australian circuit race meeting since the COVID-19 induced lockdown was successfully completed at Sydney Motorsport Park on Saturday, Round 4 of the MRA (Motor Racing Australia) taking place under the auspices of the AASA. The meeting was held with strict social distancing regulations in place and was closed to public spectators, but attracted …

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COVID-19 ADVICE AND INFORMATION TO PROMOTERS

INFORMATION TO EVENT PROMOTERS to COMPLY with COVID-19 (Coronavirus) COMMUNITY RISK MINIMISATION and GOVERNMENT DIRECTIVES and LEGISLATION. The AASA is committed to assisting the motorsport community to conduct their sport within the restraints of complying with Government Legislation and directives, community expectations and best practice guidelines to minimise potential harm from the Covid-19 pandemic. Our …

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AASA EXTENDS ALL CURRENT ANNUAL LICENCE EXPIRY DATES BY 3 MONTHS

The Australian Auto-Sport Alliance (AASA) are extending all Annual Licences including Annual Media Licences by 3 months from their expiry date due to the unprecedented cancellation and postponement of motorsport events around Australia and New Zealand due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The AASA understands the impact of COVID-19 on our customers and would like to …

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COVID-19 Update 2

ADVICE TO EVENT PROMOTERS to COMPLY with COVID-19 (Coronavirus) COMMUNITY RISK MINIMISATION and GOVERNEMENT DIRECTIVES FOR PLANNED FUTURE EVENTS. The AASA is aware that events cannot currently run under the new Australian Government restrictions however we have updated this document to advise event promoters for future events conducted after the Australian Government restrictions lift around …

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Advice to event promoters to comply with COVID-19 risk minimisation

ADVICE TO EVENT PROMOTERS to COMPLY with COVID-19 (Coronavirus) COMMUNITY RISK MINIMISATION and GOVERNEMENT DIRECTIVES. The AASA is committed to assisting the motor sport community carry on their sport, but within the constraints of complying with best practice guidelines and Government directives and legislative requirements due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The AASA sees no reason …

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