This is a charity fund raising day hosted by the combined Rotary Clubs of Toowoomba.
Join us on a cruise sponsored by Hyper BMW PowerSports to the David Hack Classic car and aircraft display held at Toowoomba City airport.
The meeting place/time is Shell Rusty's (yes they have coffee) at Hattonvale at 6:15 am. You will receive more details after you register.
We will travel via the Warrego Highway and the A2 (Toowoomba Bypass). You will need your Etag/Linkt device.
Please also register here if you are joining the group in Toowoomba prior to entry. The Toowoomba meeting and re-grouping place will be on Greenwattle Street, north of Taylor Street. Please be there by 8:00 am. You will receive more details after you register.
We need to enter the event as one group and then park in our allocated area. BMWCQ will pay the entry fee for the group.
If you arrive independently, you will need to pay your own entry fee.
Once you have parked, you're free to wander the airport and get yourself some breakfast and coffee. The Club Marquee will be there to provide much needed protection from the sun. So bring your chairs.
Please make sure you take the time to wander around the displays as there will be about 650 classic vehicles on display along with classic and warbird aircraft.
You can depart when you need to but it would be nice if you could at least stay until lunch time.
View: David Hack Classic 2021
Who was David Hack?
David was a passionate young man whose life was cut tragically short by Non Hodgkins Lymphoma (Leukaemia). The loves of his life were cars and photography and he had the makings of a brilliant career as a motoring photo-journalist, contributing to magazines such as Street Machines, Fast Fours, Wheels, and Performance Street Car Magazine. He had a number of successes with major photographic competitions and was an extremely talented young man. For his 28th Birthday, a huge “Birthday Bash” had been organised at Aerotec Hangar, Toowoomba Airport, but tragically he passed away two days before it was held.
Members of the Rotary Club of Toowoomba North, some of whom were involved with the “Bash”, have since held the David Hack Classic Meet as an annual event, donating proceeds to Leukaemia Foundation, Blue Care and other charities, in order to create a lasting memorial to a wonderful young man. David is seen here with motor racing ace Dick Johnson. Our special thanks to Lynette Zuccoli and Wayne Milburn of Aerotec, for their help in allowing this project to proceed so wonderfully.
Article written by: Rotary Club of Toowoomba North