5th September 2020
STANDARD SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS
PARTS ONE & TWO
This event is a National Race Meeting, promoted by Classic Motor Racing Club of NZ Inc at Levels Raceway (Timaru International Motor Raceway)418 Falvey Road, Timaru.
The Meeting will be held under these Supplementary Regulations, the MotorSport NZ National Sporting Code and its Appendices and Schedules particularly Appendix Four, Schedule Z being the Standing Regulations for all Race Meetings and Appendix Two, Schedule A – Driver and Vehicle Safety Requirements.
The MotorSport NZ Permit Number is: 200377
2. MAJOR OFFICIALS:
2.1 Organising Committee: Brian Dixon, R Eade
2.2 Secretary of the Meeting: Brian Dixon and Dianne Dixon
2.3 Officials of the Meeting:
A list of the Officials of the Meeting will be posted on the Official Notice Board.
4. ENTRY CLOSING DATES, ENTRY FEES & ACCEPTANCE OF ENTRY:
4.1 Entry Closing Dates:
The entry closing date at normal fees is 30th August 2020
Entries received after the normal-fee closing dateof 30th August 2020 may be subject to a late fee at the discretion of the organiser.
Emailed entries will be accepted and MUST BE CLEAR TO READ. No fax available.
Entries should be forwarded to;
Secretary of the Meeting
5 Parkham Drive
Christchurch 8053 cell 0274310395
4.2 Entry Fees:
|Entry fee content
|Normal Closing Fee
|Late closing fee
|Current CMRC members
|Second Driver same car
|Non club members
|Total Entry Fees
4.3 Acceptance of Entry
Given that this is a “low key” meeting no formal acceptance of entry will be posted. Competitors can therefore assume that provided they have completed an entry form fully and included with it the appropriate entry fee that the organisers will accept the entry.
5. COMPETITOR REQUIREMENTS & UNDERSTANDING:
5.1 Licence Requirements:
The driver must hold as a minimum a C Grade 1 Competition Licence.
If the Entrant is other than a driver, an Entrants licence in the name of the Entrant is required.
5.2 Competitors Briefing:
A verbal briefing will be issued at the Scrutineering Shed at 9.45 am to all competitors. Failure to attend will result in a penalty.
5.3 New Drivers:
Any driver(s) who have not previously competed at the circuit must indicate the fact on the entry form and attend the New Competitors Briefing session. This will follow immediately after the Drivers Briefing.
5.4 Competitor understanding:
In signing the entry forms competitors (Entrant and Drivers) are deemed to fully understand the MotorSport NZ National Sporting Code and its relevant Appendices and Schedules.
- The National Sporting Code Articles pertaining to protests and competitor obligations, and
- Schedule Z Articles detailing Flag signals and Code of Conduct.
6. DOCUMENTATION & SCRUTINEERING AUDIT INSPECTION:
Will take place at the Scrutineering Shed, Levels Raceway, commencing at 8.30am, and concluding at 9.40am.Those arriving late may Document and be scrutineered at the discretion of the Clerk of the Course.
6.2 Scrutineering Audit Inspection:
These inspections will occur concurrently with documentation. During the documentation process you will be advised whether your vehicle is to be subjected to audit. You should assume that your vehicle is going to be subjected to audit and as a consequence is in readiness to be taken to the audit venue immediately after you have concluded documentation.
7. POSTPONEMENT CANCELLATION ABANDONMENT & ORGANISERS’ RIGHTS:
The organisers reserve the right to cancel or abandon the meeting or part thereof should less than the minimum number of entries as prescribed in the regulations/articles not be achieved. In all other instances the minimum number is 15 entries.
For reasons of Force Majeure should a meeting or part thereof be cancelled any entry fee refund will be made only at the discretion of the organisers.
A. Circuit Hire – Testing
The circuit is available for private hire by contacting the park manager for a schedule of dates, hire conditions and applicable fees.
The SCCC have a Half Test day scheduled for Friday 4th September 2020. There will be NO CHARGE for entered Competitors. All competitors who wish to avail themselves of this opportunity must report to the Circuit office to sign the terms and conditions indemnity form before testing.
Competitors are reminded to ensure that they are familiar with and abide by the Motor Sport NZ Code of Practice – Fuel Handling. This can be found on the Motor Sport NZ website – www.motorsport.org.nz Fuel is available at the Timaru airport
A food vendor will be available on site. Please support this local business person so we can continue to supply this service.