Welcome to CASAR Park
Australia's first community motorsport facility
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Our mission is to provide training, work experience and social engagement opportunities for young people on the Central Coast. Our enterprise is the commercial operation of a motoring complex and other recreation and tourism-based businesses.
CASAR Park is the brainchild of local community-minded business people who are passionate about making a difference for the people of the Central Coast. Combining their expertise, technical knowledge and links to the community sector, the founders and partners are committed to establishing a precinct that is a sporting icon and beacon of social entrepreneurship.
The CASAR Park concept was born in July 2010. Now some four years later, more than 1,000 volunteer hours of research, lobbying and planning have come to fruition and on 14 May 2014 we successfully completed the $200,000 fundraising for our Development Application costs.
We are now in the next stage of raising our construction funds. The ability of CASAR Park to deliver significant economic and social benefits to the Wyong Shire is clear and we are confident of financial support from local, state and federal governments. We are also working with specialist social enterprise banks and sponsors.
To this end, we ask that you download the Expressions of Interest document on this page and find out how we can work together to deliver this worthwhile project.
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CASAR PARK A HIT WITH BATHURST 12 HOUR YOUNG GUN
CASAR Park recently had the opportunity to show off the virtual track designed by Virtual Motorsport Designs, Neil Faichney on the Troyton Simulator in the Erebus GT Lounge at the Bathurst 12 Hour. The new design track was driven by numerous drivers, media and corporate guests all giving it the thumbs up. But none more than Erebus AMG GT racer, Austin Cindric, son of Penske Racing boss Tim Cindric.
"We look forward turning virtual reality into true reality so Austin can really enjoy the new track on the Central Coast" says CASAR Park CEO Brad Wilson.
“CASAR Park Supporters Inc would like to Acknowledge the Darkinjung people who are the traditional custodians of the land upon which CASAR Park will be built, and pay our respect to Elders both past and present.”