THE 2006 IFMAR 1/10th 200mm On-road World Championship
The Queensland Radio Circuit Car Racing Association is honoured and pleased to announce that they have been chosen by The International Federation of Model Auto Racing (IFMAR) to host the 2006 IFMAR 1/10th 200mm On-road World Championship at their England Park Track located in Brendale, Queensland, Australia.
The club would like to extend a warm invitation to 1/10th scale drivers from all the IFMAR Blocs to come to Australia in 2006 to take part in this event. The World Championship will be held from September 7th to September 17th 2006
with the Pre World Championship being held from February 21st to February 26th 2006
The website for the 2006 World Championships and Pre World Championships with all the information needed to assist you in planning your trip to the event is located at http://www.200mmifmarworlds.com
There is information on
As well as any other information that entrants & visitors to the event will need to make their stay an enjoyable and memorable one.
For those of you visiting from overseas the following information may be of interest.
Queensland offers a huge variety of activities to the visiting racer and their family.
One of the beauties about visiting Brisbane is that you can pretty much treat every day in this sub-tropical city like a leisurely Sunday! And in this city, Sunday does not mean the shops are closed and the streets empty.
On the contrary. Brisbane, seven days a week is full of vitality, colour, and plenty of options. Whether visitors are into shopping, art, dining out, soaking up the sun or simply enjoying the beautiful Brisbane River, our city has much to offer.
After dark, there is always plenty of entertainment in Brisbane, and a seemingly endless choice of things to do. Aside from the 24-hour Casino, there are night-clubs, pubs and wine bars to socialise in and meet some friendly Brisbane locals!
Ask around for the places to go - an intimate sidewalk jazz bar, a blues club in a restored church - just follow the sound of music and people enjoying the balmy evenings.
Brisbane city is not only a great destination in its own right: It is an ideal stepping-off point for a range of day tours - into the surrounding hinterland of South East Queensland Country or the vibrant coastal regions of the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast including Noosa & Surfers Paradise. Just ask a local to suggest where to begin. For those staying on after the event it is a short flight to North Queensland and the world famous Great Barrier Reef or stay on and take in the Indy Carnival 2006 on the Gold Coast.
For more information on activities to do before and after the racing has finished make sure to visit http://www.queenslandholidays.com.au/
There is also more detailed information and links to Brisbane and Queensland tourist information on the official 2006 World Championship website at http://www.200mmifmarworlds.com