Race Rapid Thursday Night Time Trials

We are planning the return of our 10 mile Time Trials from Thursday 16th July. All entries must pre-book and pay using our online booking system HERE or download the GymCatch app and search for Race Rapid, you will find the Time Trial option every Thursday.

On the night from 6:00 pm, you will be able to warm up on the circuit, the circuit will then be cleared with the first rider off at 7:10 pm. You can use the circuit after your TT to cool down if you stick to the outside of the circuit until 9:00 pm.

As part of our social distancing and infection control plan, we highlight the following:

  • No spectators
  • Please bring your own safety pins
  • No static warm up by your vehicle, please use the circuit
  • No pusher
  • Changing rooms and showers are closed, toilets available in paddock area
  • All participants will use the lower carpark and access/exit the circuit from there
  • Numbers will be disinfected by us before and after use

 

This will be a weekly Time Trial every Thursday from 16th July until 24th September.

Additional Type A event will be held on our K10/MP course:

  • Sunday 16/08 – 10 Mile (entry via CTT website only)

The Courses

10 Mile Course

Using the circuit in a clockwise direction. Start on the tip of Shaw’s hairpin. After Shaw’s hairpin, use the bus-stop chicane, down the hill onto the oval circuit. On the oval circuit, use only Edwina’s chicane on every lap. Complete 10 laps of the oval circuit only. On the last lap, turn into the pit lane to finish in line with the circuit finish line.
10 Mile Mallory Park Cycling Time Trial Course

5 Mile Course

Using the circuit in a clockwise direction. Start at the end of the concrete inner barrier wall on the exit of Shaw’s hairpin. Use the bus-stop chicane, down the hill onto the oval circuit. On the oval circuit, use NO chicanes. Complete 5 laps of the oval circuit only. On the last lap, turn into the pit lane to finish in line with the circuit finish line.

5 Mile Mallory Park Cycling Time Trial Course

Would also be worthy to note:
All riders are responsible for ensuring they complete the correct distance. This can be done by using a variety of methods.