16 May 2015 Northern Regions Off-road

Phirimane 200: 16 May 2015
Northern Regions Off-road Championship – Round 2
Northern Regions Junior Off-road Championship – Round 2
1. PROMOTERS
NAME
ADDRESS
TEL NO
CELL
EMAIL
FAX
Social Media
SPONSORS
DirtRacing Promotions
11 Klapperbossingel, Melkhoutkruin, Stilbaai
082 337 6286
Adolf Botes 082 337 6286
[email protected]
086 648 4628
www.dirtracing.co.za/ Facebook: Dirt Racing/ Twitter: @DirtRacingSA
Barnard Vervoer
2. JURISDICTION:
Held under the General Competition Rules and Standing Supplementary Regulations of Motorsport South Africa
(MSA), these Supplementary Regulations and final instructions which may be issued to competitors and any
relevant MSA Circulars of 2015, which will take precedence to these SR’s. These regulations must be read and
understood by all competitors.
3. MOTORSPORT SOUTH AFRICA PERMIT NUMBER:
Please note that the MSA Flag will be prominently displayed at
MSA 13841
Start/Finish
4. EVENT AND STATUS:
The event will be known as the Phirimane 200 and will be round 2 of the Northern Region Regional
Championship as well as Round 2 of the Junior Northern Regions Off-road Championship for motorcycles and
quads.
Venue is situated:
Make sure your GPS format is ddd° mm’ ss.s”
Pits, Phirimane, Vredefort GPS Coordinates
Start / Finish S 27° 05’ 40.48” E 27° 04’ 04.65”
5. PROGRAMME OF EVENTS: Seniors
30 April 2015
Entries open
Wednesday 12 May 2015
Entries [email protected] Midnight
Friday 15 May 2015
Late Entries Close @ Noon
Saturday 16 May 2015
Senior Quads
Documentation Quads
6:30 to 7:40
Line-up for Quads – Open
6:30
Line-up for Quads Close
7:55 - If you are late you start at the back – no exceptions
Riders Briefing on Start Line
7:55 - Compulsory
Leading Quad Departs
8:00
Timebar Quads
11:30
Results
13:30 – Posting of provisional results. Protests must be submitted
at Race HQ as per GCR 200viii)
Senior Bikes
Documentation Bikes
Line-up for Bikes – Open
Line-up for Bikes Close
Riders Briefing on Start Line
Leading Bike Departs
Timebar Bikes
Results
Prizegiving
10:00 to 11:30
10:15
11:55 - If you are late you start at the back – no exceptions
11:55 - Compulsory
12:00
15:30
17:30 – Posting of provisional results. Protests must be submitted
at Race HQ as per GCR 200viii)
18:15
PROGRAMME OF EVENTS: Juniors
30 April 2015
Entries open
Wednesday 12 May 2015
Entries [email protected] Midnight
Friday 15 May 2015
Late Entries Close @ Noon
Junior Quads
Documentation Quads
Line-up for Quads – Open
Line-up for Quads Close
Riders Briefing on Start Line
Leading Quad Departs
Timebar Quads
Results
Junior Bikes
Documentation Bikes
Line-up for Bikes – Open
Line-up for Bikes Close
Riders Briefing on Start Line
Leading Bike Departs
Timebar Bikes
Results
6:30 to 7:40
6:30
7:55 - If you are late you start at the back – no exceptions
7:55 - Compulsory
8:00
10:00 at Finish
11:30 – Posting of provisional results. Protests must be submitted
at Race HQ as per GCR 200viii)
10:00 to 11:30
10:30
11:55 - If you are late you start at the back – no exceptions
11:55 - Compulsory
12:00
14:00 at Finish
15:30 – Posting of provisional results. Protests must be submitted
at Race HQ as per GCR 200viii)
6. ELIGIBILITY OF COMPETITORS:
Please refer to SSR 325 and SSR 329 of the of the 2015 MSA Senior Non Circuit Off-road Motorcycle and Quad
Regulations, and point 2 in the NR 20/15 Off-road Regulations
Juniors - Please refer to SSR 357 and SSR 359 of the 2015 MSA Junior Non Circuit Off-road Motorcycle and
Quad Regulations.
7. COMPETITOR CONDUCT:
Please refer to SSR 347 of the 2015 MSA Senior Non Circuit Motorcycle and Quad Off-road Regulations, and
point 17 in the NR 20/15 Off-road Regulations.
Under no circumstances will competitors or helpers be allowed to ride their machines once they have
completed the event. Failure to adhere to this will result in exclusion from the event.
8. OFFICIALS OF THE MEETING – The following officials will be on duty:
OFFICIALS
NAME & SURNAME
CLERK OF THE COURSE / SAFETY Adolf Botes
OFFICER
ASSISTANT COC
ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER
MSA Steward
Club Steward
TBA
TBA
Eldrid Diedericks
TBA
GRADE
LICENCE
NUMBER
A
18220
A
33468
SECRETARY
TIMEKEEPERS
CHIEF TIMEKEEPER
CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER
ROUTE DIRECTOR
Elza Thiart-Botes
Pro Timing
Andre Furby
MCS – Cornelis van Schalkwyk
Banie Barnard / Ferdie Seegers
33841
9. COMPETITION NUMBERS
Competition numbers for all classes will be those as issued by Motorsport S.A (Head Office) only.
Contact Carmen Hill (011 675 2220 / [email protected]) – Number allocation forms will be available on the
MSA Website.
Please refer to SSR 330 of the 2015 MSA Senior Non Circuit Motorcycle and Quad Off-road Regulations, and point 9
in the NR 20/15 Off-road Regulations for colours and backings.
Juniors - refer to SSR 358 of the 2015 MSA Junior Non Circuit Motorcycle and Quad Off-road Regulations.
10. ENTRIES:
Online entries to be done on www.dirtracing.co.za
Please refer to SSR 326 of the 2015 MSA Senior Non Circuit Motorcycle and Quad Off-road Regulations, and point
16 in the NR 20/15 Off-road Regulations for colours and backings.
Juniors – refer to SSR 363 of the 2015 MSA Junior Non Circuit Motorcycle and Quad Off-road Regulations.
Refer to 2015 MSA GCR 121 & GCR 122
Entries
Close -
Entries Open - 30 April 2015
Late Entries Close
Entry Fees are as follow:
Regional Entry Fee
Junior Regional Entry Fee
12 May 2015 @ Midnight
15 May 2015 @ Noon
R650.00
R450.00
Riders that participated in the FIRST Northern Region SENIOR (21 Feb 2015 _ Rysmierbult) event
will receive a subsidy of R400.00 towards their entry fee. See list of riders on www.dirtracing.co.za
(This is applicable to SENIOR entries only)
Banking Details:
Bank
Branch Code
Account Number
Account Name
Fax OR E-mail Deposit Slip to
ABSA
632005
4078123133
DirtRacing Promotions
Fax 086 648 4628 or email [email protected]
11. ENTRANTS LICENCES:
Where the entrant is NOT the rider (Team Entrant), an entrant’s licence must be obtained from MSA and submitted
together with the entry form, failing which the Entrant’s name will not be published in the programme.
CLASSES:
REGIONAL QUADS (Minimum of a Regional
REGIONAL MOTORCYCLES: (Minimum of a
Q1 Class: Open to competitors from the year of their
16th birthday and older. Any capacity quad may be
used. Refer SSR 325(d) for competitors up to and
including the year of their 18th birthday.
Q2 Class: Open to competitors from the year of their
28th birthday and older. Any capacity quad may be
used.
Senior Class: Open to competitors from the year of
their 35th birthday and older. Any capacity quad may
be used.
Ladies Class: Any capacity quad. Refer SSR 325(d)
OR3 Class: Two stroke motorcycles with an engine
capacity not exceeding 201cc and four stroke motorcycles
with an engine capacity not exceeding 251cc. Refer SSR
325(d) for competitors up to and including the year of
their 18th birthday.
OR2 Class: Two stroke motorcycles with an engine
capacity greater than 201 cc but not exceeding 251cc and
four stroke motorcycles with an engine capacity greater
than 251 cc but not exceeding 401cc. Refer SSR 325(d)
for competitors up to and including the year of their 18th
Licence or one event Regional licence only)
Regional Licence or one event Regional licence
only)
for competitors up to and including the year of their
18th birthday.
Master Class: Open to competitors from the year of
their 46th birthday and older. Any capacity quad may
be used.
High School Class: Open to competitors from the
year of their 15th birthday, to 31 December of the
year in which their 17th birthday occurs and restricted
to quads with an engine capacity not exceeding 300cc
two stroke or four stroke with an engine capacity not
exceeding 451cc.
birthday.
OR1 Class: Two stroke motorcycles with an engine
capacity in excess of 251cc and four stroke motorcycles
with an engine capacity in excess of 401cc. Refer SSR
325(d) for competitors up to and including the year of
their 18th birthday.
Senior Class: Open to competitors from the year of their
38th birthday and older. Any capacity motorcycle may be
used.
Master Class: Open to competitors from the year of their
46th birthday and older. Any capacity motorcycle may be
used.
High School Class: Open to competitors from the year
of their 15th birthday, to 31 December of the year in
which their 17th birthday occurs and restricted to
motorcycles with an engine capacity not exceeding 201cc
two stroke or four stroke with an engine capacity not
exceeding 251cc.
Ladies Class: Any capacity Bike. Refer SSR 325(d) for
competitors up to and including the year of their 18th
birthday.
JUNIOR NORTHERN REGIONS CHAMPIONSHIP
QUADS (Minimum of a Regional Licence or one
event Regional licence only)
JUNIOR NORTHERN REGIONS CHAMPIONSHIP
MOTORCYCLES (Minimum of a Regional Licence or
one event Regional licence only)
Junior Quads: The maximum permissible capacity
is 240cc Air cooled 2 stroke, 200cc water cooled 2
stroke, or 400cc 4 stroke. 400cc quads Engine and
chassis configuration to stay as per manufacturer
specifications, including bore and stroke. No further
restrictions. No 450cc quad that is downgraded to
400cc may be used.
For riders under the age of 12 the maximum
permissible capacity is 200cc Air cooled 2 strokes
or 350cc air-cooled 4 strokes Engine and chassis
changes are unrestricted. Engine and chassis
configuration to stay as per manufacturer
specifications.
Senior 85cc motorcycles: Open to competitors from
the year of their 13th birthday, to 31st December of the
year in which their 15th birthday occurs. The maximum
permissible capacity is 105cc 2-stroke or 150cc 4-stroke.
The 105cc 2 stroke will be phased out for 2016 when only
85cc 2 stroke will be allowed. Chassis suspension and
engine modifications unrestricted. (Minimum wheel size
14” rear 17” front, Maximum 16” rear and 19” front).
Junior 85cc motorcycles: Open to competitors from the
year of their 8th birthday, to 31st December of the year in
which their 13th birthday occurs. The maximum
permissible capacity is 85cc 2-stroke or 125cc 4-stroke air
cooled. (Minimum wheel size 14” rear 17” front, Maximum
16” rear and 19” front).
Junior 65cc motorcycles: Open to competitors from
the year of their 7th birthday, to 31st December of the
year in which their 11th birthday occurs. The maximum
permissible capacity is 65cc 2-stroke or 110cc 4-stroke.
GENERAL RACE INFORMATION:
DOCUMENTATION AND SCRUTINEERING:
Refer to Programme of Events above
Self Scrutineering will apply – Refer to SSR 351 (a) v in the 2015 MSA Senior Non Circuit Motorcycle and Quad Offroad Regulations
Juniors – refer to SSR 359 of the 2015 MSA Junior Non Circuit Motorcycle and Quad Off-road Regulations.
RIDERS BRIEFING:
Refer to Programme of Events above
All riders must be present at the briefing at the stipulated time and venue. Please refer to SSR 335 of
the 2015 MSA Senior Non Circuit Motorcycle and Quad Off-road Regulations.
OFFICIAL NOTICE BOARD:
Phirimane, Vredefort
PITS
The pits will be on a first come first serve basis
JETTING
No Jetting will be allowed before documentation has been done.
RACE HEADQUARTERS
Phirimane, Vredefort
PRIZE-GIVING
Prize giving will take place once the results are final. Competitors who do not attend the prize giving to receive
their prizes / awards will forfeit them unless they have received permission from the COC.
DSP’S AND REFUELLING
Main DSP will be at the Race Headquarters and there will be no outside refuel points
Please refer to SSR 345 of the 2015 MSA Senior Non Circuit Motorcycle and Quad Off-road Regulations
FINISH AND ROUTE CHECK CONTROL CARDS
Helmet stickers will be supplied and must be on the left hand side of the helmet. The onus rest with the competitor
to hand in his sticker on completion of the event. THIS STICKER IS TO BE PLACED ON THE REVERSE SIDE
OF THE EVALUATION FORM
SWEEPS AND RECOVERY
It is intended that there will be sweep vehicles on all racing sections to pick up competitors who are injured or
stranded. Competitors are to note that the organisers are not obliged to provide any service for the recovery of
motorcycles / quads but will endeavour as far as possible to assist where ever possible
RESULTS
As per Programme of events
ROUTE – SENIORS
ROUTE - JUNIORS
All competitors will have to complete 3 loops of
approx 60km.
All competitors will race for 2 hours on a route of
approx. 20km.
RETIREMENT AND EVALUATION REPORT FORMS:
Refer to SSR 348 of the 2015 MSA Senior Non Circuit Motorcycle and Quad Off-road Regulations
REFRESHMENTS:
There will be food and beverages for sale.
12. POSTPONEMENT, ABANDONMENT OR CANCELLATION:
The Organisers reserve the right to postpone, abandon or cancel the meeting or any part thereof. In the event of
any of the above, the Competitor/Entrant has no right to claim against the Promoter/Organiser in respect of any
loss or damage he/she may incur, other than that specified in GCR 244. The meeting will not be postponed,
abandoned or cancelled without the consent of the Jury President/MSA Steward in accordance with GCR 152.
13. ADVERTISING:
Must display advertising decals supplied by the overall championship sponsor / and/or individual event sponsor/s
which makes it a condition of entry to display the sponsor’s advertising material - As per SSR 329 a) ix) 2015 MSA
Senior Non Circuit Motorcycle and Quad Off-road Regulations
14. PROTESTS:
All protests and appeals will be dealt with as set out in GCR Appendix R, Parts IX and X.
15. TRANSPONDERS:
Transponders are compulsory and will be issued at documentation.
Riders remain responsible for transponders once issued are liable for any costs incurred for loss or damage.
16. RIGHTS OF THE CLERK OF COURSE:
The Clerk of the Course and/or the Jury of the Meeting have the right to call a halt to an event due to
“force majeure” for any of the following, but not limited to, reasons:
i) Extreme weather conditions
ii) Serious or fatal accident
iii) Sections of the route being deemed impassable owing to recent extreme weather or other unforeseen
circumstances.
iv) Dangerous circumstances for riders involving spectators or bystanders.
v) Any other circumstances which the Clerk of the Course, in his sole discretion, deems to be dangerous
or prejudicial to competitors.
vi) In the event of an event being halted as above or for any other reason, the Clerk of the Course will
inform all marshal points to stop competitors. The riders will be scored back to the last timing point
they passed before the event was stopped.
17. CROSSING OF PUBLIC /DISTRICT ROADS:
As the organizer we have fully acquainted ourselves with SSR 341 of the 2015 MSA Senior Non Circuit Motorcycle
and Quad Off-road Regulations with regards to crossing of public/district roads.
We the organizers are also aware and have acquainted ourselves with the provisions of Section 317 of the Road
Traffic Act and confirm that the event officials have been made aware of the above section. By allowing the event
to proceed we accept that all requirements are complied with and where applicable all relevant permissions are in
place.
18. DIRECTIONS:
Directions from Pretoria / Johannesburg :
Travel on the N1, take exit 498 Parys/Sasolburg. Turn right onto the R59, continue approx. 19km to Parys, turn
right into Water str, continue on the R59 for approx. 47km. Pits will be on the left.
19. GENERAL:
SAFETY PLAN FOR THE EVENT WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM THE RACE SECRETARY, AS PER THE REQUIREMENTS
OF THE SAFETY & RECREATION ACT 2 OF 2010