Horsham Motorcycle Club is pleased to offer a unique opportunity to be involved in the 2018 FIM World Junior Motocross Championships at Horsham on 24-25-26 August.
Businesses, community groups, food vendors, static displays and entertainers are invited to submit an expression of interest to provide a variety of festival entertainment, food and non-alcoholic drinks for the racing fraternity and spectators alike.
Successful applicants will be required to be self sufficient, and provide their own power and water. Additionally you will be required to set up Friday 24 August and your site remain in place until the completion of racing on Sunday 26 August, 2018.
If you are keen to be involved in this unique opportunity, please click on the link below and email your expression of interest to Jacqui at firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than 30th May 2018.
Further details will be provided once a review of applicants has been completed.
In order to keep a facility the size of this club functioning, there are dozens of things that need to be done. Many local businesses give literally thousands of dollars of free equipment and time to assist us in keeping the track and its infrastructure up to date. Some major areas of support including:
The club and its members would like to take this opportunity in thanking all sponsors for their tremendous support.
The venue offers facilities such as:
LAURIE PEARSON PAVILION: First Aid Centre and Male/Female/ invalid toilets and showers.
KEVIN MAGEE MEMORABILIA ROOM
RIDERS PAST & PRESENT MEMORABILIA ROOM
Male / female /Handicapped showers and toilets,
A state of the art comprehensive kitchen and catering area,
Shaded Spectator viewing areas,
Carpark / pit area, Free Spectator Parking
Inner Track Spectator Access
10/30 bay wash area's depending on the event,
Twin bay under cover start chutes,
Permanent Wash Bay area
Track watering systems.
The track is approximately 1.7km long, and is about 8-10m wide for most of the track. The starting grid features 40 self-penalising gates; mechanically dropped, and the start pad is earth. Obstacles include tabletops, step up, step down, whoops, ski jumps, triple-up, berms and off camber corners. The width and layout of the track allows for many passing opportunities and is generally considered to be relatively fast and flowing.
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