2 MAN Iken Enduro EC Championship sponsored by Dave Barskhire MCs
30 Apr 17
WOODBRDIGE & DMCC LTD presents:-
2 MAN ENDURO ROUND OF THE EASTERN CENTRE CHAMPIONSHIP
Sponsored by Dave Barkshire motorcycles
on 30 April 2017 ACU Permit – ACU
at Hill Farm Iken –– IP12 2EX – TM 642417/255293
Centre Steward :TBA
Clerk of the Course :Ian Barfield (123652)
Club Stewards: :Wilf Harvey & John Read
Entries Secretary :Deb Harvey – 26 Demesne Gardens, Martlesham Heath, Ipswich IP5 3UA
Any queries please ring 01473 902907 (only between 19.00 - 22.00 hrs)
JURISDICTION: Held under the regulations of the ACU and the EASTERN CENTRE, these supplementary Regulations and any Final Instructions which will have the force of these Regulations.
Insurance:The insurance cover for this event will be BASIC (limit of liability £10 Million) and Medical Malpractice Insurance (limit of liability £5 Million) is included. There is NO Personal Accident Insurance for Competitors. Competitors are therefore strongly recommended to purchase such Cover.
An Enduro for solo machines to be held under the National Sporting code of the ACU, the 2017 Standing Enduro Regulations, the following Supplementary Regulations and any Final Instructions that may be issued.
Venue: Will be arrowed off the off B1069 Snape to Tunstall Road
Eligibility: Open to adult riders holding an Enduro Licence issued by the ACU. One event day licences will be available at £15 if the rider does not produce a valid competition licence, and must also be a member of an ACU affiliated club.
START: 10:00hrs riders will start 4 per minute
Course: Full details of the course will be announced with the final instructions. It is expected that the lap length will be approximately 4 miles of farmland track and woodland, with all refuelling at the start/finish area. There will be one special test.
Classes: 1. Championship 2. Expert 3. Clubman 4. Sportsman . Awards presented at the end of the year.
Entries and Fees: Will not be returned unless the event is cancelled or a rider gives a valid reason for not riding, prior to the event. In such cases £10 will be deducted to cover costs. Entries close when full (Max 120 = 60 pairs).
Individual Entry - £48.00
Machine Examination/Sign On: Will be between 8.00 am and 9.15 am on the day. Bring current ACU licence to signing on or pay for a day licence.
Noise: Drivers are required to have the stroke of the engine clearly and permanently marked on the crankcase. Any machine not showing this will not be examined. Random noise tests may take place during the event. Failure to stop for a noise test will result in immediate exclusion.
Tyres: Any permitted
Security : Competitors must be aware that the security of their machine and other property, remains their responsibility at all times.
Special Notes :
- Remember Blue Tape rule - walking pace only
- Machines must have proper numbers on the correct colour backgrounds per class of entry - see the ACU handbook.
- Only Competitors are allowed to ride or be on the course. Action will be taken against unauthorised persons found riding or driving on any part of the course.
- Ensure that you do not block the free run of competitors into and through the refuelling points, checks and special test areas.
- No smoking is allowed in the parc ferme or the start area
- No pets or children under 12 in parc ferme
- No tear offs allowed
- Helmets with only ACU Silver or Double Gold ring sticker approved,
- Environmental MATS MUST be used
Special Regulations for Two Rider Team Enduros
A multi lap short course event consisting of a team of two riders held under the Hare and Hounds Regulations and these variations.
1.2 A team of riders
A team shall consist of a maximum of two riders. Riding order should be maintained for all sessions.
1.3 Course and Timed Session
The course must be 'off-road'. Each rider will be required to complete a timed session. Only one rider per team is permitted on the course at any one time with each rider completing an alternate 'timed session'. The minimum time allowance per timed session prior to any rider changeover shall be 30 minutes with the emphasis on endurance. The number of timed sessions must be specified in the supplementary regulations and the organiser may split the event into 2 legs but the minimum time for each leg must be at least 2 hours.
The ratio of competitors to course will be - 30 riders per km of course, e.g. 180 riders must have 6 Km lap distance
1.4 Rider changeover
The rider changeover must take place in a restricted blue tape area which is separate from the main refuelling area. Only riders and officials are permitted in the designated rider changeover area.
1.5 Changing of machines
Changing of machines due to mechanical failure is permitted during an event subject to the following conditions:
- a) A machine change can only take place with the registered team rider and is only permitted within the designated control area.
- b) If a rider wants to changeover machine and finish the session on his team mate's machine, the rider must enter the time control, stop and advise the time control staff that they do not require their time to be recorded as they wish to change machines.
- c) If a rider's machine breaks down on the course, the rider must report this to the control point and advise the control marshals that they will be riding the rest of the session or event on their team mate's machine.
Failure to comply with the above conditions will result in disqualification of the team.
1.6 Time Cards and Time Controls
When riding a timed session, a time card must be carried by the rider. Following completion of a timed session, this rider must book into a time control prior to exchanging time cards with their team mate.
Results will be determined by the number of laps completed by each team, plus penalties for lateness at the time control. For each minute early or late at a time control a rider will be penalised a section of a lap. For example, for a 6 minute course a 1/6 of a lap penalty will be awarded for every minute late or early. No late allowance is provided.
A special test shall be provided to decide results in the event of one or more teams finishing with the same penalties.
1.8.1 A filter system must be set up to ensure riders can safely join the course from the start / rider changeover area.
All other safety arrangements shall be in accordance with the Hare and Hound Regulations.