Beat The Blue reserves the right to refuse entry to any participant. All participants must apply via our website and entry to the skid pan event or show and shine is subject to approval. To obtain your race numbers and band on the day you must produce a valid driver’s licence with a minimum requirement of a C class P1 required to participate.
This is a community event; as such any anti-social behaviour or dangerous driving will be met with immediate expulsion from the event and a further ban.
No burnouts. The skid pan will be conducted “wet” as such no burnouts are permitted. The skid pan is set up to simulate real world driving conditions and for the purpose of driving instruction.
While no helmets or safety clothing is required. Participants must ware enclosed shoes and it is recommended full length clothing be worn.
Vehicles utilised in the event must be road worthy and safe. No oil leaks or bold tyres. Must utilise seatbelts or harnesses.
In the event of wet weather the event will continue.
As all funds collected are donated directly New South Wales Police Legacy there is no cancellation or refund. Your payment is actually a donation as 100% of funds are passed on to NSWPL.
Beat the Blue is authorised to fundraise under NSWPL Charitable fundraising number FNC14691, event ID 289.
Transfer of entry is subject to application to organisers.
No person will be able to participate in the skidpan event without first taking part in a drivers briefing and without signing acknowledgements and disclaimers as required by Driving Solutions.
Driving Solutions staff are responsible for the coordination of the event on the day and any abuse of their staff will see your race number removed and immediate expulsion from the event.
Judges decisions are final. This is a community event, we aren’t racing for sheep stations. Have fun and enjoy the day.
The event is split into two main categories. Group and Individual. Community V Police will be conducted over the first two hours of the event with the final tally deciding the winner. The individual event will be a knockout with the judge’s decision final. With the top three drivers awarded trophies and a shied for the group winner.
In the event of the Police winning the group event the shield will be displayed at the Traffic and Highway Patrol Headquarters, in the event of a community victory the shield will be displayed at Sydney Motorsport Park.