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Sydney Motorsport Park Roars into Action this November
Special Olympics Australia presents a unique fundraising event in aid of people living with intellectual disabilities.
SPECIAL OLYMPICS AUSTRALIA'S INAUGURAL
SOAR & ROAR FESTIVAL
AT SYDNEY MOTORSPORT PARK
This inaugural event will give an opportunity to people living with an intellectual disability to experience an awesome thrill ride in a luxury car.
The goal of this event is to raise $400,000 through donations given to the luxury car and motorbike participants who will descend on Sydney Motorsport Park from all over NSW. By being there on Sunday 26 November, you can help Special Olympics Australia to reach this goal, or hopefully, surpass this amount.
All the proceeds raised will go towards creating an arena for disabled athletes to hone their skills through exercise as well as make new friends, but most of all to just have fun.
GETTING TO SYDNEY MOTORSPORT PARK The park is located 45kms from Sydney's CBD, Brabham Drive and Ferrers Road, Eastern Creek. If you are driving use the following routes, and for most events, the entrance is Gate A. Check the SOAR & ROAR website for more details.
Take M7 and Wallgrove Road exit if driving from Sydney's northern suburbs. M4 and Wallgrove Road exit from Sydney's western suburbs. M7 and The Horsley Drive exit from Sydney's southern suburbs.
M4 and Wallgrove Road exit from Sydney city and eastern suburbs.
The closest train station is Blacktown and from there take a 724 bus. During weekends there are limited buses, always check weekend timetables for correct times and routes.
There is more information on the website so click here to see how to ride, drive, attend or donate.
Photos and video courtesy of the SOAR & ROAR Festival website and the event Facebook page.