Riders are required to nominate by completing the following online form unless otherwise stipulated in the Supplementary Regulations (example, Australian Championship nominations must be submitted to Motorcycling Australia) .
Riders are also required to use this online form to withdraw from a meeting. To withdraw on the day of a meeting please contact Ivan Golding on 0417 138 378.
All nominations received for the next scheduled meeting are listed on this page within 24 hours of being received. If your name does not appear on this page for the next meeting please contact Ivan Golding on 0417 138 378 (or email firstname.lastname@example.org) as it means your nomination has not been received.
All meetings are held in accordance with the current Motorcycling Australia General Competition Rules (GCR’s), and by entering a meeting riders agree to comply with these Rules and any Supplementary Regulations, by-laws and instructions.
All 500cc Solos, and Sidecars must use Mylaps X2 RED transponders at Gillman Speedway. Riders who do not have their own transponder will need to hire one on the day ($25). Juniors, Classics and Flat Track do not use transponders. Please call Ivan Golding on (0417 138 378) for further details.
Gillman Speedway reserves the right to accept or reject any nomination.
Nominations close at 5pm on the Sunday prior to the race meeting unless otherwise stated in the Supp Regs below.
Gillman Speedway accepts a rider’s nomination in good faith that the rider intends riding. No rider is advertised and/or programmed unless that rider has agreed to ride and has not subsequently withdrawn from the meeting prior to any advertisement or programme being printed. The promoter will always attempt to advise the public of any late changes to the rider line-up, but cannot be responsible for riders withdrawing after they have been advertised and/or programmed.
See the Events tab for the 2020/21 summer dates
Saturday, 31 October 2020 – Gillman Classic Championships (nominations close 5pm Sunday 25 October)
Solo JAP/ESO 2 valve (Riders aged 40 or over) (2) : 12-Darryl Christopher (SA-Jawa), 39-Steven Graetz (SA-)
Solo 2 valve (Riders aged under 40) :
Solo Evolution Upright 4 valve (3) : 211-Teagan Pedler (SA-), 125-Darrell Branford (SA-GM), 12-Darryl Christopher (SA-GM)
Solo Laydown (Riders aged 40 or over) Non-championship (1) : 39-Seven Graetz (SA-)
Classic Flat Track Solos (Non-championship) (4) : 996-Mark Stevens (SA-Yamaha 500), 50-John White (SA-Suzuki 465), 36-Paul Neighbour (SA-Bultaco 360), 75-Steve Batchelor (SA-Honda 250)
Sidecar British/American/European (1) : 25-Clinton Crabb/Dave Kernohan (SA-Triumph Tiger 750)
Sidecar Japanese (4) : 999-Rocky Warren/Adam Lange (SA-Yamaha XS650), 82-Wayne Lethbridge/Grantley Simounds (SA- Yamaha XS650), 23-Aaron Silvy/Jaron Silvy (SA-), 15-Steven Lewis/Shane Rudloff (SA-Suzuki GT750)
Sidecar Post Classic (4) : 970-Dean Hobbs/Glen Zaworski (SA-Suzuki GS1000), 23-Aaron Silvy/Jaron Silvy (SA-), 57-Chris Bichard/Michael Bell (SA-Yamaha xs1100), 3-Chris Rae/Corey Palmer (SA-Kawasaki 1000)
Sidecar Evolution (1) : 82-Wayne Lethbridge/Grantley Simounds (SA-Kawasaki 1000)
Three Quarter Midget Demonstrations :
UPDATED 27 September 2020 9.40pm
For Australian and South Australian Championships, riders must nominate according to the Motorcycling Australia Supplementary Regulations. Links to these appear below, and will posted as soon as they become available.
2020/21 South Australian 500cc Solo Championship (and U16 250cc), Saturday, 12 December 2020
2020/21 South Australian Sidecar Championship, Monday, 28 December 2020
2020/21 Australian 500cc Solo Championship, 5 venues, 3 January – 13 January 2021
2020/21 Australian Under 21 500cc Solo Championship, Gillman SA, Saturday, 16 January 2021
2020/21 Australian Under 16 250cc Solo Championship, Gillman SA, Saturday 16 January 2021
2020/21 Australian Under 16 125cc Solo Championship, Sidewinders SA, 14-17 January 2021
2020/21 Australian Sidecar Championship, Pinjar Park WA, 3-4 April 2021