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TGI Fryday

When:
Selected Dates until Fri 22 Oct 2021
Time:
6.00PM - 10.00PM
Facilities:
Parking Available, Public Transport, Toilet on Site, Disabled Facilities
Details:

THANK GOD IT'S FRYDAY!

Sydney Dragway has created TGI FRYDAY as a dedicated event for drivers to come and test their skidding ability in a safe and fun atmosphere.

The night will be 4 hours of nothing but skidz.

Adult $20

12-16 $10

Aged / Senior $10

Under 12 $5

SPECTATORS ENTER THROUGH COMPETITOR GATE

Burnout Entry $40

Scrutineering opens: 4.30pm

Scrutineering closes: 8.00pm

Competitor Gate opens: 4.30pm

Skidz starts: 6.00pm

Burnout Guidlines:
Burnout Regulations
2019 V1 |Effective: October 16 2019|


Entrant Registration
? All drivers must hold an Australian provisional or full civil driver’s licence (or provide proof that they have previously held a provisional or full civil driver’s licence)
? All drivers must complete relevant Event entry and indemnity forms before competing
? Any driver under 18-years of age must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian and their entry form must be accompanied by a Parent/Legal Guardian Acknowledgement of Risk including Waiver, Release and Indemnity which must be completed and signed by the parent/legal guardian in the presence of, and be witnessed by, a registration official
? Parents/Legal Guardians must present photo identification
? Note: A legal guardian must be either a parent or a court-appointed guardian. Siblings, friends or neighbours will not be accepted as legal guardians unless court documents can be provided as evidence
? Note: Breath testing WILL be conducted on all drivers and crew.

Clothing
? Long pants and long-sleeved upper body garment (shirt or jacket [no nylon clothing])
? Enclosed shoes and socks
? Helmet – AS/NZS 1698:2006 minimum
? Note: Sleeves must be down before, during and after the burnout and until the car is parked and engine turned off
? Drivers of high-performance (supercharged, turbocharged and/or methanol-burning) vehicles must be fitted with the following personal safety equipment:
? Driver’s Suit: Meeting SFI 3.2A/5 or FIA 8856-2000 as a minimum
? Gloves: Meeting SFI 3.3/5 or FIA 8856-2000 as a minimum
? Shoes/Boots and Socks: Meeting SFA 3.3/5 or FIA 8856-2000 as a minimum.

Driving Standards
? Burnouts must be contained within the confines of the Burnout Pad only
? Burnouts must not continue onto – or be conducted on – the entry or exit road areas
? No vehicle is to be placed against a safety wall in order to perform a static burnout
? Drivers must stop immediately when directed to do so by a fire marshal or track official
? Drivers must remain wholly within the vehicle and at the controls at all times while the engine is running
? All relevant Sydney Dragway Track Regulations apply.

Scrutineering – General Points
? Neat street-style appearance required
? Automatics must have an operational neutral safety switch
? No oil leaks
? Minimum 600ml coolant overflow tank/bottle
? Minimum lap-sash seat belt
? Seats must be in good supportive condition and have all mounting bolts fitted
? No liquid to run through vehicle’s cabin area unless fully enclosed in steel housing approved by scrutineering officials
? Battery to be well secured (it is highly recommended to have an isolation switch)
? Recommended to have transmission shield or blanket
? Bonnets may be removed if fitted with an electric fan; bonnet must be in place if fitted with a mechanical fan
? Fuel cells/tanks and battery must be isolated from vehicle’s cabin area
? Nothing to be sprayed on or placed on tyres
? Any modified floor pan/fire wall and tunnel to be inspected by scrutineers for approval
? Driveline protection essential
? Tail shaft loop with full 360-degree enclosure; minimum thickness 3mm, minimum width 50mm, installed within 150mm from front universal joint on all supercharged, turbocharged or methanol-burning vehicles
? Tyres must be roadworthy; bald tyres will not be permitted
? Wheel nuts must be standard open nuts; mag wheel nuts not permitted on steel rims; all wheel weights must be removed
? No convertible vehicles permitted
? No changes are to be made to the vehicle after the vehicle has been scrutineered unless the vehicle is scheduled to be rechecked before entering competition.

Additional considerations for high-performance (supercharged, turbocharged, and/or methanol-burning) vehicles
? Blower belt guard and restraints required for all ‘out-of-bonnet’ (aftermarket) superchargers
• Harmonic balancer meeting SFI 18.1 standards
• Transmission shield or blanket (3mm steel shield over tunnel accepted upon approval by scrutineering officials)
• Mechanical fuel injection must have fuel shut-off operational from driver’s compartment
• No fluid to run through vehicle cabin area unless fully enclosed in steel housing and approved by scrutineering officials
• Manual transmissions are highly recommended to have a clutch shield.
Burnout Regulations
2019 V1 |Effective: October 16 2019|


Entrant Registration
? All drivers must hold an Australian provisional or full civil driver’s licence (or provide proof that they have previously held a provisional or full civil driver’s licence)
? All drivers must complete relevant Event entry and indemnity forms before competing
? Any driver under 18-years of age must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian and their entry form must be accompanied by a Parent/Legal Guardian Acknowledgement of Risk including Waiver, Release and Indemnity which must be completed and signed by the parent/legal guardian in the presence of, and be witnessed by, a registration official
? Parents/Legal Guardians must present photo identification
? Note: A legal guardian must be either a parent or a court-appointed guardian. Siblings, friends or neighbours will not be accepted as legal guardians unless court documents can be provided as evidence
? Note: Breath testing WILL be conducted on all drivers and crew.

Clothing
? Long pants and long-sleeved upper body garment (shirt or jacket [no nylon clothing])
? Enclosed shoes and socks
? Helmet – AS/NZS 1698:2006 minimum
? Note: Sleeves must be down before, during and after the burnout and until the car is parked and engine turned off
? Drivers of high-performance (supercharged, turbocharged and/or methanol-burning) vehicles must be fitted with the following personal safety equipment:
? Driver’s Suit: Meeting SFI 3.2A/5 or FIA 8856-2000 as a minimum
? Gloves: Meeting SFI 3.3/5 or FIA 8856-2000 as a minimum
? Shoes/Boots and Socks: Meeting SFA 3.3/5 or FIA 8856-2000 as a minimum.

Driving Standards
? Burnouts must be contained within the confines of the Burnout Pad only
? Burnouts must not continue onto – or be conducted on – the entry or exit road areas
? No vehicle is to be placed against a safety wall in order to perform a static burnout
? Drivers must stop immediately when directed to do so by a fire marshal or track official
? Drivers must remain wholly within the vehicle and at the controls at all times while the engine is running
? All relevant Sydney Dragway Track Regulations apply.

Scrutineering – General Points
? Neat street-style appearance required
? Automatics must have an operational neutral safety switch
? No oil leaks
? Minimum 600ml coolant overflow tank/bottle
? Minimum lap-sash seat belt
? Seats must be in good supportive condition and have all mounting bolts fitted
? No liquid to run through vehicle’s cabin area unless fully enclosed in steel housing approved by scrutineering officials
? Battery to be well secured (it is highly recommended to have an isolation switch)
? Recommended to have transmission shield or blanket
? Bonnets may be removed if fitted with an electric fan; bonnet must be in place if fitted with a mechanical fan
? Fuel cells/tanks and battery must be isolated from vehicle’s cabin area
? Nothing to be sprayed on or placed on tyres
? Any modified floor pan/fire wall and tunnel to be inspected by scrutineers for approval
? Driveline protection essential
? Tail shaft loop with full 360-degree enclosure; minimum thickness 3mm, minimum width 50mm, installed within 150mm from front universal joint on all supercharged, turbocharged or methanol-burning vehicles
? Tyres must be roadworthy; bald tyres will not be permitted
? Wheel nuts must be standard open nuts; mag wheel nuts not permitted on steel rims; all wheel weights must be removed
? No convertible vehicles permitted
? No changes are to be made to the vehicle after the vehicle has been scrutineered unless the vehicle is scheduled to be rechecked before entering competition.

Additional considerations for high-performance (supercharged, turbocharged, and/or methanol-burning) vehicles
? Blower belt guard and restraints required for all ‘out-of-bonnet’ (aftermarket) superchargers
• Harmonic balancer meeting SFI 18.1 standards
• Transmission shield or blanket (3mm steel shield over tunnel accepted upon approval by scrutineering officials)
• Mechanical fuel injection must have fuel shut-off operational from driver’s compartment
• No fluid to run through vehicle cabin area unless fully enclosed in steel housing and approved by scrutineering officials
• Manual transmissions are highly recommended to have a clutch shield.
Location:
Ferrers Road,
Eastern Creek NSW 2766
Contact:
  9421 0700

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