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PERMIT NO: TBA TRACK LICENCE NO: TBA
Round 1 06th & 07th July Edwards Farm
Round 2 03rd & 04th August Brookton Oval
Round 3 24th & 25th August Eva’s Farm
MOTORCYCLE RACING IS DANGEROUS AND CAN RESULT IN INJURY TO COMPETITORS AND DAMAGE TO MACHINERY
These supplementary regulations and online entry form are important documents, which affect your legal rights and obligations. Read these documents carefully and do not enter this competition unless you are completely satisfied that you understand the contents and agree to be bound by them.
Dirt High Promotions, known as the promoter, will conduct the meeting in accordance with the General Competition Rules of Motorcycling Australia (GCR’s), these supplementary regulations & any additions or amendments approved by Motorcycling Western Australia.
The abovementioned meeting has been authorized by Motorcycling Western Australia which has issued a Motorcycling Australia Permit for a Special Interclub and is open to all Senior National licence holders and is open to a minimum standard of a Single Unit Competition Licence.
Officials are appointed with the approval of Motorcycling Western Australia. Control will be under the Clerk of Course with the supervision from the Steward/s of the meeting who reserve the right to alter, postpone or cancel all or part of the event program if required, without notice. The Steward is appointed by Motorcycling Western Australia.
Steward Trudy Campain
Clerk of Course Willie Thomson
Race Secretary Decima Johns
Machine Examiner TBA
4. CLASSES OF COMPETITION
Expert Expert Enduro, Pro & Intermediate Motocross – 2 Bikes, 2 riders
Iron Man Individual - 1 Bike, 1 Rider
Clubman Enduro, Motocross and ungraded experienced riders - 2 Bikes, 2 Riders
Father/Son/Daughter Parent and Child over 16 years – 2 Bikes, 2 Riders
Veterans 35-44 years - 2 Bikes, 2 Riders
Masters 45 and over - 2 Bikes, 2 Riders
Women 16 years and over - 2 Bikes, 2 Riders
4.1. Classes: The class of the team is determined by the grade of the highest grade rider in the team.
4.2. Eligible Machines: Motorcycles do not need to be registered and must be suitable for MX or Enduro racing. Extra machine will be allowed but the machine must go through machine examination in the time specified.
4.3. Machine Numbering: Teams will be issued with numbers at rider registration. Teams can share a bike, riders with allocated numbers issued by Motorcycling Western Australia must complete the field with the number issued during the entry process.
4.4. Minimum/Maximum Riders: The minimum to constitute a class will be 3 teams; classes may be altered to suit entries received.
4.5. Prologue Saturday: Intending riders are required to sign on between 12:00pm – 3:00pm and have their machine examined. A riders briefing will be held at 3:05pm followed by a sighting lap at 3:20pm – sighting lap closes at 3:30pm. Prologue will commence at 4:00pm using Transponder lap times to allocate start position fastest to slowest. No rider may enter the track without a riders briefing. Starting order for prologue will be ascending numerical order where possible. Riders will start 1 at a time every 10 seconds. Competitors who do not start the prologue will be given a start time in the order of sign up on the Sunday.
5. ENTRY FEES AND CONDITIONS
Entry fees: $88.00 per rider + $15.00 Transponder fee
One Event Competition Licence: $75.00 (if applicable)
5.1. Closing date for entries: Entries will close for Pre-Entry 3 days prior to the event.
Enter online at www.williethomson.com Enquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Cancellation fee of $20.00 will be incurred to cover administration costs.
6. MACHINE EXAMINATION
Saturday Prologue: 02:00pm – 3:00pm
Sunday Pits will open 7:00am.
Machine examination from 7:05am to 8:15am.
All competitors must present themselves at registration with their MA license, proof of current club membership for one event licence holders. Helmets and will be inspected at machine examination. Full riding gear will be inspected on start line prior to practice.
ALL MACHINES MUST CONFORM TO THE GCR’s.
6.1. RIDERS MEETING
Saturday Prologue: 3:05pm
Sunday riders meeting will be held 8:20 All riders must attend.
Escorted practice lap at 8:30am racing will commence at the 9:30am
6.2. START METHOD
Start method will be a live engine start at 10:00am
Starting riders will be in order of prologue results.
There will be a two (2) second interval between rider start times.
6.3. FINISH METHOD
The chequered flag will be waved 4 hours after the first start.
7. THE COURSE The course will be approximately 1 loop between 16km’s and 24km’s long, repeated over 4 hours duration, consisting of Natural Terrain Paddock and grass lands.
8. RACE FORMAT
All teams are required to exchange riders. All riders must tag their partner’s bike on the change over after they have completed a lap of the course, the front wheel of one rider must touch the back wheel of the other rider.
A competitor that stops and stays with an injured rider will be given his average lap time for that lap.
Teams: 1 rider must complete no less than 30% of the team’s total laps to be eligible for inclusion in the event results.
A team that started with 2 riders and 2 bikes may continue to compete on 1 bike if 1 bike breaks down. If a rider breaks down or is injured his/her partner may restart that lap, if a rider leaves the track for any reason ie mechanical breakdown that lap must be restarted from the start of the track after notifying the lap scorers.
The winner in each class will be the riders who complete the most laps in the least time over the 4 hours.
If a rider has an issue or concern with the race, the rider must discuss this with the Clerk of Course during the event..
Trophies: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in each class where 3 teams or more entries are received.
If there are less than 3 teams, then the classes may be combined with the approval of the Clerk of Course.
10. 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 Steward of the day has the right to refuse further racing of a rider if first aide requirements are not adhered to.
10.1. Ambulance Cover All riders are reminded that ambulance cover is compulsory as a condition of your licence.
10.2. Cover must be maintained for the duration of your licence.
11. GENERAL RULES
11.1. No alcoholic beverages allowed in pits or racing circuit.
11.2. No Smoking in any area where re-fuelling is carried out
11.3. There will be no riding of bikes other than on the track or designated lane way.
11.4. Animals will not be permitted (except guide dogs).
12. TIME SCHEDULE
PITS OPEN 7.00am
MACHINE EXAMINATION 7:05-8.15am
PITS CLOSE 8.10am
RIDERS MEETING 8.20am
FIRST RACE 9:30am
PRESENTATIONS Following final event.
Decima Johns – 0403 863 622