Short Course Racing underway in September

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Plenty of traffic at the top mark
Plenty of traffic at the top mark
David Staley, Monday, 10 August 2009

The Docklands Short Course Racing Series will commence in September this year.

 

Scheduled over 8 Sundays from September through April, the Docklands Short Course Series is open to Access 2.3, Access 303 and other classes.  Strong winds and event conflicts forced the abandonment of racing on the first three scheduled weekends last year, so the program has been extended to ensure a good number of races are completed.

 

The Notice of Race has now been posted and entries are invited.

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 Notice of Race and Entry Form



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