Participants must arrive by 11am in time to participate in a
tour of Ballarat's iconic locations. Coffee/morning tea can be
purchased from the MADE canteen from 10am and
their outdoor barbeque will also be operating on the day.
Awards in the form of Ballarat Festival of Motoring
Commemorative Lapel Badges and
Medallions will be presented to the best vehicles
as identified by the Judging Team on the day. The Entry Fee for the
day which includes the Tour de Ballarat and the
Show & Shine will be $10/car.
The Mini Minor and its derivatives will be the celebrated marque
The Tour de Ballarat on good country roads will involve a
general knowledge Question and Answer component to recognise an
award recipient at the end of the day.
Tour participants to return to MADE from midday onwards.
The Award Ceremony will take place at
4pm. Award recipients as identified by the judging panel will
- Tour de Ballarat - from 11am until
- Outright best score in the General Knowledge Q&A component.
- Best Car
- Best Motorcycle
- Best individual or couple in period dress
Show and Shine - from 12:30pm until 3pm:
- Some 10 Classes will cater for Pre and Post World War 2
cars; motorcycles and commercial vehicles. They will include
provision for cars (pre-1990 both best restored and best preserved
examples); motorcycles (pre-1990 both best restored and best
preserved examples); and commercials (pre-1970 both best restored
and best preserved examples).
- The Mini Minor and its derivatives will be the celebrated
marque this year and additional awards will recognise the best
examples on display.
Classic Motoring films will be shown in the comfort of
the MADE auditorium.
Each participant to be given a ticket (on arrival at
MADE prior to 11am) in a Melbourne Sweep with the cup to be
televised in the Auditorium at 3pm.
Participants can make use of the on-site Café or