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Please note that Registrations have closed.
For further enquiries please contact Decima Johns on 0403 863 622 Between 8:00am and 8:00pm
4. ELIGIBLE CLASSES
50cc Demo Non Competitive 4-u9 years 4 x 3 laps
50cc Auto 7-u9 years 4 x 3 laps
65cc 7-u12 years 4 x 4 laps
85cc 2-stroke & 150cc 4-stroke Standard Wheel 9-u12 years 4 x 4 laps
85cc 2-stroke & 150cc 4-stroke Standard & Big wheel 12-u16 years 4 x 4 laps
100-125 2-stroke 13-u16 years 4 x 5 laps
128cc to 150cc 2-stroke & 200cc to 250cc 4-stroke 13-u16 years 4 x 5 laps
MINIMUM / MAXIMUM RIDERS
The maximum number of entries that will be accepted per class is 40 riders, extra classes MAY be introduced depending on entries received. Should extra classes be added the classes will be divided on grade. The minimum number of entries to constitute a class is 13 riders. Classes may be combined to suit entries received.
5. ENTRY FEES AND CONDITIONS
a. CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES
Entries will officially close on 20th May 2019
Only 1 class per rider will be accepted until 04th May, second class entries will open up for the remaining positions. Should an entrant enter two classes before the 06th May they will not be refunded the difference once the official second class entries open.
Late entries may be accepted up to 29th of May but will not be entered into the program. The only late entries that will be accepted are where there are available places on the grid.
b. ENTRY FEES
Entry: $105.00 per rider plus Transponder
$55.00 per extra Class entered after 06th May 2019 plus Transponder
$75.00 per One Meeting Licence must have log book w/ current coaching
$60.00 50cc Demo Class
$30.00 One Meeting Rec Licence for 50cc Demo Class
Family: $105.00 for first rider + Transponder $10.00 + Transponder Admin Fee $5.00
$90.00 for second rider + Transponder $10.00 + Transponder Admin Fee $5.00
$60.00 for third or more riders + Transponder $10.00 + Transponder Admin Fee $5.00
Transponder $10.00 Discount available during registration for participants using own transponder.
Sponsors names will be accepted only 127 characters including spaces and punctuation will be permitted. Sponsors will be shown next to a rider’s name in the program at the promoter’s discretion.
Cancellation:- Prior to the closing date refunds will be permitted minus a $20.00 administration fee. After the closing date refunds will be considered on a case by case basis to the promoter.
c. ADDRESS FOR ENTRIES
d. Rider and Mechanic passes will not be mailed
Passes will be available from the Wednesday at a designated stall to be named in the last minute instructions.
Passes will be available all day Saturday and on Sunday morning until practice from Entry Gate 1.
6. PRACTICE DAY
On Friday 31st May a practice session for all classes will be offered between 8:00 and 11:00am order of practice will be advised in last minute instructions, order of machine examination will be advised to ensure all riders take advantage of practice times.
It is envisaged that all practice groups will receive 3 x 10 minute practice sessions
7. MACHINE EXAMINATION
Machine Examining 7:00am – 02:00pm Friday 31st May 2019.
Machine Examining 6:15am – 7:00am Saturday 01st June 2019.
Your machine will have some form of identifier placed on it to provide evidence of Machine Examination.
All competitors must present themselves with their Parent/Guardian, MA licence, MA Log Book, proof of current club membership for one event licence holders, Boots, Body Armour and Helmet for inspection.
ALL MACHINES MUST CONFORM TO THE GCR’s.
Extra machine will be allowed, the machine must go through machine examination in the time specified.
On Saturday your name will be marked off the register in the dummy grid prior to practice.
Transponders will be compulsory at this meeting.
Transponder brackets are available for purchase for $15.00 when you pick up your allocated hire Transponder. You must supply your own cable ties.
Condition of entry:
When a transponder is transferred to the competitor, it is the competitor’s responsibility for any repairs or replacement cost of the transmitter if damaged or lost.
It is the competitor's responsibility to ensure the transponder is mounted correctly, and securely to prevent damage from fouling other components on the machine.
It is the competitor's responsibility transponders are returned in good condition at the end of the event, or if due to machine failure or injury before the machine leaves the pit area. Competitors WILL be fined $50 for not returning transponders on the day.
Transponders must be returned to the designated person as advised at the riders briefing.
For transponders not returned on the same day, or not returned to the designated person, in addition to the $50 fee, the hirer is responsible for the transponder until it arrives back at the MWA office. This includes while in transit with Australia Post and by Courier. No excuse will be entertained for non-delivery. It is recommended transponders be hand-delivered.
Transponders must be fitted for all practice sessions.
NOTE: The onus is on guardian/rider to ensure transponders are on machines prior to each event
9. RACE CONDITIONS
The promoter reserves the right to postpone, cancel or change the program if necessary with Motorcycling Western Australia approval prior to the meeting or with permission from the Steward on the day of the meeting.
a. RIDERS MEETING
A riders briefing will be held 7:15am all riders must attend.
Practice will commence at 7.30am on the day for all capacity classes. Minimum 3 laps time permitting.
c. START METHOD
Self-penalising drop gates. Clutch start.
15 second board displayed to all riders for full 15 seconds
At the end of 15 sec a 5-sec board will be displayed.
The gate will drop between 5 and 10 seconds after the 5-sec board is shown.
Gate positions will be drawn by ballot by the rider on the day for the first race, e.g. Peg number 2 equals gate pick 2 and so on. Gate position will then be determined for the following race by your previous race place e.g. 1st place gets the choice of the gate first and so on. Riders that DNF will have last gate pick in order of DNF.
d. FINISH METHOD
A one-lap board will be displayed to the riders indicating when one lap remains. The chequered flag is displayed to signal the race is finished.
e. PROTESTS 6.2 G.C.R’s
All protests shall be in writing and accompanied by a fee of $100.00.
The right to protest lies only with the rider, who should indicate prior to leaving the circuit that they wish to lodge an official protest by use of the purple protest flag.
f. SHOOT OUT
Top 20 point holders from the 100-125cc 2 stroke class and the top 20 point holders from the 128 2 str – 250 4 str class.
1st lap 40 riders, 2nd lap 20 riders, 3rd lap 10 riders, 4th lap 6 riders, last lap 3 riders.
Trophies will be awarded in all classes based on entries received.
1st, 2nd, and 3rd in each class, Shoot Out Trophies 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Cameras may be fitted to the motorcycle provided they are securely mounted. Camera mounts are subject to approval by the Chief Scrutineer. Helmet Cameras are not permitted unless the camera is integrated into the helmet, by design of the manufacturer.
12. GOGGLES AND VISORS
It is strongly recommended that the competitor wear the eye protection at all times during the event. Where a competitor removes their eye protection during the course of an event, they do so entirely at their own risk.
13. FIRST AID
First Aid personnel will be in attendance.
It is a condition of entry that First Aid MUST be accepted wherever deemed necessary by the attending first aides. The Clerk of Course of the day has the right to refuse further racing of a rider if first aide requirements are not adhered to.
Riders who have been transported to hospital or referred to a Doctor prior to the event must obtain a medical clearance and forward a copy to Motorcycling WA stating fit for Motorcycle activity before participating in the event. Riders who have been transported to hospital or referred to a Doctor during the event must obtain a medical clearance and submit a copy to the Race Secretary before being allowed to continue competing at the event.
15. AMBULANCE COVER
All riders are reminded that ambulance cover is compulsory as a condition of your licence. Cover must be maintained for the duration of your licence.
National Personal Accident Scheme provides basic cover for death and permanent disability.
Ambulance Insurance is compulsory for Licensees
It is strongly recommended that competitors give consideration to taking out weekly benefits insurance
17. GENERAL RULES
a. No alcoholic beverages allowed in pits or racing circuit.
b. No animals allowed Guide Dogs and Assistant Animals excepted.
c. Enclosed footwear must be worn in the pits at all times.
d. No scooters or pit bikes permitted in the venue.
i. Campers, Riders, Pit Crew will not be allowed entry into the venue with a Pit Bike of any description. If you have a Pit Bike in your trailer you will not be given permission into the venue. If a Pit Bikes are found in the venue the rider associated with the owner of the bike will be ejected from the venue and meeting.
18. NO HASSLE POLICY
Any rider or entrant or person associated with the rider or entrant shall conduct themselves in an orderly manner. A rider shall be responsible for his own conduct and that of any person with whom he is associated. Anyone who abuses or threatens personally or physically any official or any other person present at the event shall lie deemed to be in Breach of this rule.
The Clerk of Course for a breach of this rule may impose PENALTIES on the day of this meeting i.e.:
a. *Reprimand or warning.
c. *Expulsion from the meeting.
d. *All breaches will be reported to MWA for possible further action
19. DRUG AND ALCOHOL POLICY
All competitors and officials are advised that random drug and alcohol testing may take place during the competition. Refer to MA Website for details on the Safety Policy – Drug and Alcohol testing.
20. ANTI-DOPING POLICY
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 ASDA. Refer to MA Website for details.
21. RIGHT TO USE IMAGE
It is a condition of entry that consent is given by the entrant/rider and/or parent/guardian for all photographs and electronic images (including moving images) that may be taken during the event by or on behalf of the Promoter, or with permission of the Promoter. All such images are the property of the Promoter and will only be used in accordance with the Motorcycling Australia Member Protection Policy and for the purposes of promotional or other purposes without further consent being required.
22. TIME SCHEDULE
a. PITS OPEN 6:00am PITS CLOSE 7:00am
b. MACHINE EXAMINING 6:15am – 7:00am RIDERS MEETING 7:15am
c. PRACTICE 7:30am FIRST RACE 9:00am