The Australian Street Rod Federation Inc (ASRF), as an incorporated organisation is governed by a Constitution.
Click here to view the ASRF Incorporation Certificate
The Constitution is administered by the National Control Council(NCC). Amendments to the Constitution must be submitted to the NCC 6 weeks prior to the ASRF AGM, to be voted on by the NCC. If approved, the amended Constitution will then be lodged with the relevant Government body.
Click here to download the ASRF Constitution – December 2014
The ASRF Code of Conduct was adopted by the National Control Council(NCC) in September 2013.
Click here to download the ASRF Code of Conduct – September 2013
New Club Affiliation
When a group of ASRF members wish to form a Club and become Affiliated with the ASRF, they must follow a set criteria. This Affiliation Application Pack will guide you through the process, however you can contact your Divisional Director or ASRF National Office if you have any further queries.
There is an incentive payment of $150.00 for all NEW clubs, to help offset costs involved.
Click here to download the ASRF Club Affiliation Application Pack
Affiliated Clubs can apply to obtain a Sanction from the ASRF Divisional Council for their event, an ASRF sanctioned event is covered by the ASRF Public Liability Insurance Policy. For more information contact your Divisional Director.
**Please Note:** New rules apply to the running of a Go-Whoa event. If you are unsure, please ask, as it could affect Insurance coverage of your event.
Click here to download the ASRF Sanction Applications for print.
These forms will need to be submitted through the Divisional Council for approval by the Insurance Underwriter before a Sanction can be issued
Sanctioned Events Organisers are encourages to have a Club Delegate or a Steward to report on the event to ASRF, this allows for important statistics to be recorded and may help to promote future events.
Click here to download the ASRF Stewards Report Form
ASRF Public Liability Insurance
Clubs applying for a Sanction may need to prove Insurance Coverage to Venue/Location suppliers.
Please Note: Clubs holding Go-Whoa events will NEED to adhere to new rules, set down by the insurance company. Non compliance to these rules can & will affect insurance coverage.
Click here to download the ASRF Compliance Rules for Go-Whoa Events
The ASRF Public & Products Liability Policy covers Australian Street Rod Federation Inc. including State Registered Clubs and is current until 4pm 20 November 2019
Click here to download the ASRF Public Liabilty Certificate of Currency 2020
ASRF Club Grant Application
It was approved by the NCC at the AGM 2004, until further notice, that ASRF affiliated clubs can request up to $500.00 Advertising and Promotion money for a multiple day rod run or event. The NCC has requested that the money is to be spent on genuine advertising and promotion with the media for the benefit of promotion for the sport of Street Rodding within Australia. Further to this a Criteria was set in 2007 stating that the ASRF must be recognised as a major sponsor of the event and the ASRF logo must appear on all promotional materials, T-shirts/Trophy. Click here to download the ASRF Club Grant Criteria/Application
ASRF Financial Report
As a membership based Organisation, the Australian Street Rod Federation Inc is subject to a yearly audit and in compliance with the ASRF Constitution, fully audited financial statements must be presented to the NCC at the ASRF AGM. This document, once accepted is then available to any ASRF member for perusal.
Copies are available through ASRF National Office, please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
It is a condition of accepting an ASRF Sanction that the ASRF logo must be included on all advertising, leaflets, etc. The logos below are sufficient resolution for most forms of artwork. If you require a higher resolution image, please contact ASRF Head Office with your requirements.