The weather forecast wasn’t good. Given that, a few of us, maybe more, rang up old mate and asked him if he could hold off the rain till after 4.00, when our track access was over. He didn’t promise, but said he’d help. Nope, it didn’t rain, BUT he did give us just a light drizzle over the day. Not a bad compromise, with the track just staying damp only. In the balance though, it was clear that GOOD wets were better than good slicks.

In the performance gearbox class, the 250 gearbox twins did well. Mind you, the plethora of KZs were close behind.

Who were the winners, you may ask? Turns out everyone was a winner. Lots of fast fun. Everyone drove to suit the conditions and no-one even needed bandage.

The drive thru pits and pit shelters are great. Convenient and sociable.

Many thanks to the canteen, the SKCWA organizers, the officials, the flaggies, the starter, the registration and timing lovely ladies, the pick-up guys, the WA Sporting Car Club…..and anyone else.

So, prepare yourself for the next Wanneroo event on Sunday, 31 October, 2021.



Keysbrook Motorsport Facility Proposal Form

If you wish to see the facility go ahead positive action to assist the process is needed. (before Sunday 5th April 2020)

Closes 5 Apr 2020

Opened 30 Mar 2020


The proposal is to construct and operate a multi-use motorsport complex on Lot 78 Punrak Road Keysbrook, and to redirect stormwater to Lot 400 Wigg Road Keysbrook.

The proposal would be used for road safety driver training, amateur car events, a go-kart track, V8 supercar events, motorbikes and world rally championships.

The proposal would operate seven days a week from 8.00 am to 6.00 pm, with potential for extended hours over weekends for special events.

Keysbrook Motorsport Facility Proposal Form