Organising committee members Kevin Krosch, Denis Carroll and Malcolm Rea look over plans for the inaugural Wondai Street Sprints
The proposed course around the Wondai Industrial Estate

January 10, 2016

The organisers of the inaugural Wondai Street Sprints are looking for volunteers and not-for-profit organisations interested in getting involved in the event.

The sprints will be held on a bitumen street circuit in the Wondai industrial estate on June 11-12 under safety guidelines set down by the Confederation of Motor Sport (CAMS).

Entrants compete against the clock.

“This is a huge opportunity to see a cross-section of race cars from the 1930s to the present in the South Burnett,” organising committee member Kevin Krosch said.

As well as the sprints, there’ll also be large show and shine.

Mr Krosch said all the South Burnett would be advantaged by the event.

“As an event of this size will take a lot of organising and volunteers, we are seeking expressions of interest from people and organisations that may want to be involved,” he said.

“This may be in the form of volunteers needed to help in the running of the event, or if you are a South Burnett not-for-profit organisation that would like to be involved in possible fundraising opportunities.

“Also sponsors are needed to help in the huge task of setting up and running this event.

“There are various opportunities to be involved with us to bring these street sprints to this area.”

The Sprints are being organised by the Motors in Motion committee.

Mr Krosch said the event was only possible due to assistance from the South Burnett Regional Council.

For more information about volunteering, sponsorship or not-for-profit fundraising, contact Kevin Krosch on 0428-622-749.

For information about the race meeting, visit the Wondai Street Sprints website.

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