BMW Motorsport is the division of BMW responsible for Motorsport-related activities.  This includes racing for touring cars; sports cars; Formula-One and motorcycles.

The BMW Drivers Club of SA offers activities which are currently limited to track events including 'Club Regularity' and Hillclimbs. 



The BMW CHALLENGE is on again in 2019 and will comprise a mixture of events.

  • The start event is on Saturday 4th May at The Bend Motorsport Park and is a day where anyone with a BMW can come to Power Cruise on a wide new circuit without competing in races. Power Cruise is a format that offers car enthusiasts a place to drive their street or race car in a safe, controlled environment. It is a ‘practice’ day for newcomers to try-out on a motorsport circuit and where the more experienced driver can  learn the track and how their car performs.  It will be a day where novices can get assistance from these experienced drivers between track sessions and afterwards everyone can relax and chat in the Hotel cafĂ© overlooking the track.
  • The 16th June is a Supersprint day at The Bend and further event dates will be finalised in January.

See the 'Events' page in early 2019 for full details.



The Club hosts a number of regularity meets at the Mallala Motorsport Park. Regularity is a competition where the driver nominates a lap time and endeavours to maintain that time over a number of flying laps of the track circuit. Each tenth of a second away from the nominated time scores penalty points. The driver with the least points wins, or the driver with the most points, eg. furthest from their nominated lap time comes last. This is a safe environment in which to test your driving skills and vehicle performance. The club hosts these meets in conjunction with Track Time Motorsports. See the club calendar under the Events page to ascertain dates of all upcoming Motorsport events. For a full description of all requirements of 'Regularity', please visit -



Hill-climbing is a branch of Motorsport in which drivers of various class of vehicles compete against the clock to complete an uphill course. The main focus is on the individual improving their recorded time on each attempt. Most club Hill climbs are hosted by the Sporting Car Club of South Australia and are held at the Collingrove Motorsport facility, 7 kilometres south of Angaston. See the club calendar under the Events page to ascertain dates of all upcoming Motorsport events. For a full description of all requirements of 'Hill Climbs' at Collingrove please visit:-



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