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STATEMENT FROM THE AASA TO ALL MOTOR RACING OFFICIALS, STAFF AND COMPETITORS

10th March 2017 We get it. The Australian Auto-Sport Alliance (AASA) isn’t the biggest, the oldest or endorsed by the FIA, and we’re okay with that, so are our partners. But that doesn’t mean we compromise on the quality, knowledge and safety standards of any of our officials, staff or competitors. We might be relatively …

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AASA Chosen as Sanctioning Partner By Australian Off Road Management Group

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Beginning of a new era of self-management for Off Road Racers Wangaratta, Victoria, January 18, 2017: The Australian Auto-Sport Alliance (AASA) is proud to have been chosen by the newly formed Australian Off Road Management Group to be their sanctioning partner for 2017. Our policies and procedures were put through a rigorous evaluation process …

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Counterfeit Driver’s Gear

To Racers and Technical Inspectors, The photos below are examples i of counterfeit SFI conformance labels attached to shoes and driver suits fraudulently represented as being certified to SFI specifications. These were found on non-major brand equipment utilizing off-shore 3rd party manufacturers. Please compare the certification labels on your shoes and suits against the photographs below. …

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STATEMENT – PADDOCK INCIDENT AT SYDNEY MOTORSPORT PARK

The Australian Auto Sport Alliance (AASA) is investigating an incident at the Festival of Sporting Cars (FoSC) race meeting at Sydney Motorsport Park on Saturday, 20 August. The alleged incident occurred in the paddock and involved two crew members of drivers who were competing in Round 5 of Series X3 NSW for Excel Racing Cars. …

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Frontal Head Restraints

Please note that AASA has implemented the following regarding the use of frontal head restraints : National level racing – compulsory State level racing – compulsory Club level racing – highly recommended Sprints – optional Tarmac Rallies – compulsory Tarmac Rallies Touring component – optional Please contact the office of AASA if you have any questions.

AASA Announces New Partnership With Motorcycling Australia

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In light of the following press release, any AASA Licence holders who use their licence for the purpose of riding motorcycles in Motorsport events will need to contact their local Motorcycling Australia office (contact details listed below) in order to transition their AASA licence to an equivalent MA licence. Please note that this does not apply to those licencees who use their …

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