To pass scrutineering it must have the following done
– No oil leeks (leaky gaskets etc)
– Brace on the oil filter to prevent it from unscrewing and coming off
– No wheel hub caps (take them off)
– No wheel weights in burnouts (inner and outer)
– All wheels nuts must be on
– Reverse lockout must be working (Car cannot start in reverse)
– Brakes firm and all working
– Liquid overflow bottle (some cars have a hose, just put the hose into a small bottle through the lid)
– Battery not loose
– Seat belt working
– Throttle return spring
– No play in the steering wheel
You’ll need a helmet (see here) and the appropriate clothing (long sleeve and pants).
An extreme event licence is used to particiapte in extreme events such as burnouts, Go-to-Whoa, Drag Racing (specified events only), Power Skids, and Extreme Events, and other AASA Sanctioned events which specify an Australian Auto-sport Alliance Extreme Event licence in their supplementary regulations.
Fast or dedicated drag cars will need to be tech inspected on the day by an official like all entries (see AASA website for details regarding roll cage etc), if you hold an current ANDRA license and your car is current tech inspected this is enough to be covered by AASA which means you do not need a license via AASA.