Wednesday 28th February 2018,
Drift Matsuri

A few more details

Mark Buckle February 28, 2018 News Comments Off on A few more details

With just over a week before we head to Rockingham Motor Speedway for the 2018 Spring Matsuri, here are a few more details you need to know.

Arrival times
The gates will open to everyone at 3pm on Friday the 9th. They will then reopen at 7am on Saturday and Sunday morning.


Please plan your journey to arrive before the gates shut to avoid disappointment.

The gates will close at 10pm on Saturday night.

Sunday drivers, you are permitted to arrive on Saturday if you wish. If you do, we ask that you park in the spectator area until Sunday.

Saturday drivers, we ask that you park your cars in the spectator area on Sunday to allow your fellow drivers plenty of room in the pits.



Camping is free of charge to all those attending, Please be aware that there is no camping in the Inner Pits. All tents and caravans MUST be located in the camping area.

There is hard standing and a grassed area. DO NOT DRIVE ON THE GRASS! You WILL get stuck! The grassed area is for tents only.

Facilities are found in the Rockingham main building. Showers can be found to the rear of the Outer Paddock area.

You must have a copy of the ticket that was emailed to you when you placed your order. This contains a bar code that will be scanned when you arrive. This will be exchanged for your wristbands.

No Ticket – No entry. If you have an issue at the gate, simply pay for a wristband and the gate staff will tell you who to contact once in the venue.

Your ticket can only be scanned once and you will receive all the wristbands you have paid for.

We will not be holding any wristbands for your guests/mates/drivers/crews. It is YOUR responsibility to arrange to get them to the rightful owner.

Infield drivers ONLY will have access to the Inner paddock area.

ALL other vehicles MUST be parked in the camp site or spectator area.

There are to be NO TRAILERS in the paddock areas, this includes the Outer Paddock pits.

Cars MUST be unloaded and driven sensibly to your paddock area.

The unloading areas and trailer park in marked on the map below.

Drivers will receive a much more detailed email in the next few days.

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