The Town of Collie has a long and glorious history with 'round the houses' racing being run for motorcycles in the 1960's and 1970's.
In September 2006 the VSCC joined forces with the Historic Motorcycle Club of Western Australia to run the inaugural Historic Race and Regularity event at the Collie Motorplex.
The event format is unique with historic category motor vehicles and historic motorcycles both competing for the Collie Coalfield 500 over two competitive days. Practice, qualifying and regularity are generally run on Saturday and with regularity and racing on Sunday. Spectators are in for a treat, with a central hill offering a view of nearly 80% of the entire track coupled with the more traditional track side viewing posts that offer sensational pictures for all who attend.
The Collie Coalfield 500 offers members the opportunity to compete against the clock in a trial of regularity or to race on a tight, fast and challenging circuit.
Entry to regularity is open to a wide variety of Historic category vehicles with racing restricted to CAMS log booked vehicles only.
The hill climb is one of the most exhilarating drives of your life.
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