The Australian Compact Speedcar Association (ACSA) held their AGM on Saturday 12th August 2017 at the SS&A Club in Albury.
This year’s ACSA AGM was the first without the Queensland Compact Speedcar Club in attendance. The ACSA received a letter from the Queensland Compact Speedcar Club on the 4th July 2017 advising they were resigning from the ACSA as of the 18th July 2017.
Members of the ACSA affiliated clubs, the NSW Compact Speedcar Club and the Victorian Compact Speedcar Club, were in attendance for a very productive meeting about the upcoming Compact Speedcar Season.
Herbie Hecker was elected President, David Hutchinson Treasurer and Rob Hodkinson was elected as the Secretary. Steven Zarb is the final member of the committee.
Rule changes and voting from each Club were presented at the AGM to the Executive Committee with the majority of rules being formally adopted. A few rules have been sent back to the two Clubs for ratification and to be re-presented to the ACSA within 8 weeks.
Since the resignation of the Queensland Compact Speedcar Club, many Compact Speedcar competitors have been asking questions in relation to eligibility to race in various events this season. The Executive of the ACSA wish to communicate that to be eligible to race in any ACSA sanctioned event (including the ACSA Australian Title), you must be a member of an affiliated club (refer to ACSA Rule 1.3.22)
The ACSA is looking forward to working with its member clubs for the upcoming season.
If you wish to discuss matters of the ACSA or Compact Speedcars in general, please contact the member club delegates or email email@example.com