Registrations are closed


Registrations are now closed. Late entries may be made to your rider rep Contact details: 50cc: Jarrod O'Brien - 0416 177 109 Junior 125 Solo: Glenn Gordon - 0409 660 237 Junior 250 Solo: Glenn Gordon 0409 660 237 Junior Sidecar: Paul Topping - 0423 922 813 Senior Sidecar: Horrie Payne - 0427 280 028 Senior 500 Solo: John Ballantyne - 0432 725 295 Fees, including late fees may be payable Acceptance of entries are at the discretion of the Race Secretary and depend on whether classes are full or not.

Organiser

Speedway Motorcycle Club of WA

Date:

Saturday, 4 March 2017

Location:

Pinjar Park


Registration closes on:

Friday, 24 February 2017 at 7:31 PM - (GMT+08:00) Perth

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SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS

 



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Solo & Sidecar Shootout

Saturday 4th March 2017

Pinjar Park Speedway

 

 

 

 

 

SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS

 

 

 

 

EVENT:                                            Solo & Sidecar Shootout

 

DATE:                                              Saturday  

                                                          4th March 2017

 

VENUE:                                           Pinjar Park

                                                          Neerabup

 

 

 

TRACK LICENCE NUMBER:         7215

 

MA PERMIT NUMBER:                  [TBA]

                                                         [Insert IMN – If Applicable]

 

 

 

EVENT CONTACT                          John Ballantyne

                                                         PO Box 475, Maylands. 6931

                                                         0432725295

 

EVENT KEY OFFICIALS                Steward                         Trevor Williams                                                                      Clerk of Course             Ron Hoogenkamp

                                                          Race Secretary             Megan Heeps

 

 



1. ANNOUNCEMENT

 

The Speedway Motorcycle Club of WA, hereafter called the Promoter will conduct the Solo & Sidecar Shootout for Peewees, Junior Solos, Senior Solos, and Junior and Senior Sidecars at the Pinjar Park Speedway Neerabup, on Saturday 4th March 2017.

 

2. JURISDICTION

 

2.1 The abovementioned meeting has been authorised by MWA which has issued the Motorcycling Australia Permit Number [TBA] and is open to holders of current Motorcycling Australia closed to club Licences.

 

2.2 The meeting will be held in accordance with the current General Competition Rules (GCR’s) contained in the Manual of Motorcycle Sport, these Supplementary Regulations, and any final instructions approved by MWA. By entering this meeting all parties agree to comply with these rules, regulations, by-laws and instructions.

 

3. EVENT OFFICIALS

 

The following officials will be overseeing the meeting:

Steward                                 Trevor Williams

Clerk of Course                    Ron Hoogenkamp

Race Secretary                    Megan Heeps

Scrutineer                              Derrick Wilson

 

4. ENTRIES

 

4.1 Entries are now open and close last mail 24th February 2017. Late entries will not be accepted.

 

4.2 In the case of postponement or abandonment of the meeting, all or any part of the entry fee may be retained by the Speedway Motorcycle Club of WA if such retention is approved by MWA

 

4.3 Only entries received on the official entry form that is accompanied by the correct fee will be accepted.

 

4.4 Entry fees will only be refunded if a rider informs Speedway Motorcycle Club WA, in writing, 5 days before the event. A medical certificate is required if a rider withdraws less than 10 days before the event.

 

5. ENTRY FEE

 

5.1 Senior $50.00 Junior $30.00

5.2 Payment by online only

 

5.3 Please include a self-addressed stamped envelope for confirmation of entry, the issuing of entry passes and any final instructions.

 

6. ENTRY PASSES

 

Nominated rider name will be at the gate

 

7. INSURANCE

 

7.1 National Personal Accident Scheme provides basic cover for death and permanent disability.

 

7.2 Ambulance Insurance is compulsory for licensees.

 

It is strongly recommended that competitors give consideration to taking out weekly benefits insurance.

 

8. MEDICAL SERVICES

 

St Johns Ambulance Service

[Note to Promoters: Australian Championships require civil ambulances to be in attendance at all times i.e., ambulance to transport injured to hospital]

 

9. SCRUTINEERING

 

9.1 Scrutineering will begin at 4pm

 

9.2 Machines entered in the competition must have successfully passed a machine examination prior to taking part in practice, qualifying or racing. An MA decal will be placed on the front number plate to indicate that it has been successfully examined.

 

9.3 Current competition licenses and full riding gear must be presented at scrutineering. Eligibility checks can take place at any time during the meeting. Machines which suffer accident damage in practice or race sessions must be re-examined before participating again.

 

9.4 In addition to supervising the pulling down and checking of machines after official protests have been received by the Clerk of Course in accordance with the GCRs, the Steward can order that any machine be measured and if this occurs the Scrutineer will supervise a team member to pull down any machine that has taken part in the event. Failure to comply with this regulation will result in this matter being referred to the Clerk of Course for further action.

 

9.5 Machines will not be sealed for later checking after the event.  All machines that are to be pulled down and scrutineered will take place at the circuit before the machine is released by the Scrutineer. A member of the rider’s team must be available at all times to carry out the strip down under the control of the Scrutineer.  Failure to comply with this regulation will result in this matter being referred to the Clerk of Course for further action.

 

10. CLASSES OF COMPETITION

 

Peewees noncompetitive, 50cc comp, 125cc Lites, 125 junior solos, 250cc junior solos, 250cc junior sidecars, 500cc solos, senior sidecars

 

11. STARTS

 

Tape starts

 

12. RACE FORMAT

 

To be decided upon received nominations

 

13. EVENT SCHEDULE

 

Gates open at 3.30 pm

Scrutineering at 4 pm  

Riders briefing at 6.45 pm

Racing at 7pm

 

For the purposes of drug and alcohol testing, the commencement of the meeting will be deemed to be [4 pm] with the completion of the meeting for the participant being when the participant has vacated the venue. 

 

14. AWARDS AND PRIZEMONEY

 

TBA

 

15. GST

 

The Goods and Services Tax affects the payment of prizemoney. If you do not provide an ABN or declare the sport is a hobby, the Promoter must withhold 46.5% of prizemoney over $50.00 which is otherwise payable to you. Please tick one of the boxes on the entry form and if appropriate provide your ABN to ensure the full amount of prize money is paid to you.

 

 

16. PRESENTATIONS

 

End of the meeting

 

17. MACHINES AND RIDERS

 

17.1 All machines entered must comply with the current GCRs for Speedway competition.

 

17.2 Multiple entry of the one machine in the same class of competition is not permitted

 

18. RIDING NUMBERS

 

Wherever possible, competitors will be allocated their registered riding number or their preferred riding number.  All others will be allocated numbers at the Speedway Motorcycle Club of WA discretion.

 

All number plates on all machines MUST comply with the GCRs and must not contain any decals or advertising other than the required MA decal.

 

19. GRID POSITIONS

Determined on conclusions of nominations

 

20. RIDERS’ BRIEFING

A riders’ briefing will be held prior to the commencement of racing, which ALL competitors MUST attend. Details will be included in the final instructions.

 

21. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION

142-meter track with clay and diorite mix

 

22. TRACK INSPECTION

All competitors will be given the opportunity to walk and inspect the track prior to any on track participation. This inspection must be done on foot and competitors are reminded that service vehicles may be in operation on the circuit at this time.

 

22.1 TRACK DISSATISFACTION

Competitors who are not satisfied with any aspects of the track can present these concerns to the Clerk of Course if those concerns cannot be resolved, the competitor will be invited to withdraw from the meeting.

 

23. FACILITIES

 

Toilets, Disabled Toilet and Parking, Canteen, Bar, Parking

 

24. NOISE

 

Noise testing may take place at any time at the discretion of the Chief Scrutineer or the Clerk of Course.  Refer to GCR 12.10 for details.

 

25. TYRES

 

26. ANTI-DOPING POLICY

 

26.1 All competitors and officials are advised that drug testing may take place in accordance with MA’s Anti-Doping Policy, as carried out by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority.  Refer to GCR 11 for details.

 

26.2 If any doubts exist over banned substances it is recommended competitors contact the Drugs in Sport Hotline, ph.: 1800 020 506.  When drug testing takes place, the payment of prizemoney may be delayed at [MWA] discretion until the results of the tests are known. 

 

27. DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING

 

All competitors and officials are advised that random drug and alcohol testing may take place during the competition. Refer to GCR 11.27 for details on the Safety Policy – Drug and Alcohol testing.

 

28. CODE OF CONDUCT

 

All competitors, officials and parents are reminded of MA’s Code of Conduct contained within MA’s Member Protection Regulations, found at www.ma.org.au or Appendix 3 of the GCR, which is a guide to appropriate behaviour at all motorcycle race meetings. This Code of Conduct applies to this Meeting and will be enforced.

 

29. ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS AND SOCIAL MEDIA

 

All competitors, officials and parents are reminded of MA’s Electronic Communications and Social Media Policy, found at www.ma.org.au, which sets out a framework for acceptable online behavior where communications involve fellow MA members, volunteers, officials, coaches, sponsors, partners, staff and any other connected persons.

 

30. ADMISSION CHARGES

 

Adults $20.00

Concession $15.00

Kids under 16 free

 

31. DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC INFORMATION [Any discipline specific issues that are applicable]