What is a track licence & why is it important?
A track licence is a licence granted by Motorcycling NSW and the Office of Sports. This ensures all possible measures are taken to comply with the standards of the sport, as outlined in the Track Standards Excluding Road Race V1.2 2019
These guidelines have been set out to enhance the safety of our riders, participants, officials and all other parties. This includes covering events permitted by Motorcycling NSW at a Motorcycling NSW licensed track with public liability insurance.
When is a track licence valid?
- A track licence is only valid in NSW in conjunction with the NSW Sport and Rec MRVG licence.
- A track licence is only valid until the expiration date noted on the licence certificate.
- A track licence is only valid when motorcycling activities are conducted under a Motorcycling NSW Permit and comply with the rules contained in the Manual of Motorcycle Sport.
- If you require any more information please contact Motorcycling NSW on email@example.com
How can I get a copy of my current track licence?
For a copy of your current Track Licence please contact the MNSW office and speak to your events officer.
How do I know if my venue is licenced?
MNSW keeps a record of all licenced venues. To find out if yours has a current licence please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual Track Licence Process
Applicant ensures that the track meets Track Standards Excluding Road Race V1.6 2020
Applicant contacts ‘NSW Sport & Rec’ and completes MVRG application form (please note this cannot be done by MNSW, but needs to be obtained by the club for the track to be approved)
Club sends specific Track Licence Application to their MNSW Event Officer
Private Promoter sends specific Track Licence Application to email@example.com
Track Licence Application forms:
NB: Each individual track requires a separate application
The applicant will also need to submit the below forms along with the track licence application to MNSW:
MNSW appoints inspector to inspect track/venue
Venue inspector sends report to Motorcycling NSW.
If passed – Track licence approval is sent from Motorcycling NSW to NSW Sport & Rec. NSW Sport & Rec then issues the MVRG licence.
NB: The applicant will be notified at this stage. However, track is NOT licenced fully until MVRG licence is sent to the applicant.
If failed – Club make’s outlined changes and notifies Motorcycling NSW that the changes are complete. Process begins again from step 3.