In 1990 the club became affiliated with the Australian National Street Machine Association which enabled members to have their HDT or HSV vehicles, either standard or modified, insured at significantly lower rates than available in the market to non-members. This more affordable insurance for cars that were prime theft targets set the stage for a period of good membership growth over subsequent years.

A test race open to Superbikes was held in July 1990 and Eastern Creek Raceway was officially opened by then New South Wales Minister for Sport Bob Rowland-Smith on 10 November 1990 with the running of the Nissan Sydney 500 endurance race for Group A touring cars. In 1991, the consortium formed to fund the circuit suffered financial problems and the complex was purchased by the New South Wales Government.

Social Events:
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Special Events:
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1990 Club Motorsport Championship winners were:  Jim Neville (Type 1 Champion), Glenn Buckley (Type 2 Champion), Rob Heard (Type 3 Champion), Collen Claydon (Ladies Champion), Tyler Mecklem (Junior Champion).

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1990 Show n Shine Winners: 
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1990 Committee: President Brett Gilles, VP Brian Crawford, Secretary Peter Beswick, Treasurer Hugh Rees, Membership Secretary Peter Folley, Social Secretaries Collen Claydon & Kris Green, Special Events Director Vince Finocciaro, Motorsport Director Barry Smith, CAMS Delegate Stephen Kent, Merchandise Co-ordinator Heinz Reinhardt, Magazine Editor Gary Bayly & Ellen Bryce, Magazine Photographer Peter Hennessy.

Missing Information: Missing Information: We do not have copies of Club magazines from 1990. If members have copies of these magazines please contact webmaster@hsvclubnsw.com so that the information in this section can be updated.