Qld Title – 11 March 2017 – Rockhampton

The 2017 Qld Title, hosted by Curtis Coast Formula 500 Club, will be held on 11 March 2017 at Rockhampton Showgrounds.

Nominations close at 5pm on 3 March 2017.

Nomination fee with transponder is $80, without a transponder is $100.  Nominations received after 3 March is $150, plus transponder hire.

For further information, refer to the 2017 Queensland Title Supplementary Regulations under Forms / Documents.

Any queries can be made to Curtis Coast via email – curtiscoast@qldformula500.asn.au

October Newsletter

Hi Everyone,
Wow it’s a crazy time at the moment with the season in the south of our state now in full swing with Brisbane, Curtis coast & Maryborough clubs having all run meetings or about to!
Liam Williams is certainly on a roll winning all 3 Brisbane club meetings to date! Between Liam in the south & Kaydon Iverson in the north winning just about every time they hit the track it just justifies why they are no 1 & 2 in the country.
Marlin City/Tom Casey memorial in Cairns Kaydon Iverson 1st Ryan Skennar 2nd Billy Foyle 3rd.
Brad Metcalfe picked up the win in rocky in round 1 of CQ rumble & a congratulations to all the recent winners.
Mackay also ran a 2-day show over the October long weekend.
Car counts are on the up & up in Brisbane with the club averaging 18 cars a night so far this season & they also had 5 new competitors at the start of the season! so come on everyone support your local club & let’s get behind the clubs in your area & get your car counts up!
Curtis Coast have round 2 of the CQ rumble on Nov 19 Brisbane have round 3 of KRE series on Nov 5 at Archerfield & round 4 at Gatton in Nov 19, Maryborough is running their first meeting on Nov 26 so let’s support all these clubs.
The juniors are going from strength to strength with 10 cars currently racing in Brisbane & Cairns have 2 trained & doing demonstration runs, these kids are doing a fantastic job at showcasing the class. Below is a photo of the 2 new juniors running in Cairns on the weekend Brodie Davis and Ash Ewing well done.

img_0859Rule book, we’ve recently had some issues with some interpretations of some of the rules! The situation is that if you’re in doubt of any of the rules then please ask for clarification as this will eliminate disappointment or confrontation.
Website!! You all should be aware the we have a fantastic new website & currently Judy Iverson in the north & Emma Harvey in the south have been trained to upload info to the site, so if anyone wants to add something to website then please contact them. This website is an information source for all the clubs in the state so please use it. I would like say a huge thank you to Jeffrey Moore from JAK industries for creating the website for us & making it so user friendly.

Thanks Tony Cochrane


Hi everyone, Judy Iverson and I have decided to put a newsletter together to keep all the Clubs up to date as to what’s happening at State level.

Firstly, I recently had the opportunity to attend race meetings in Moranbah and Mackay. A huge congratulations to Brad, Tracey and all their committee members for a fantastic night of racing at the Moranbah track, as we are all aware the track hasn’t run for a long time and there was huge amount of work went in to make this meeting happen so get behind these people and when you next see a meeting listed for Moranbah get your cars ready and nominate. The next two meetings were in Mackay and both nights went well. It’s great to see new competitors joining our class and some of the younger ones are certainly putting their stamp on it with some fantastic results. Coen Archer & Brooke Etherden are names we are going to hear a lot more of. All meetings were run in good spirit although some of our experienced drivers need to cut the argy bargy stuff and this is something all our stewards need to keep an eye on. Continue reading