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Sanctioned Article

SANCTIONED ARTICLES GOVERNING THE 2018-19 NZ Superlap Series

Preamble

The 4 & Rotary Car Club Inc hereby declares that the following Articles to be those governing a ClubSport Series for drivers of NZ Superlap Series eligible cars.

The Series is held under a MotorSport New Zealand Sanctioning Permit No: 180598

The Series is organised and held in accordance with the MotorSport NZ National Sporting Code, the Standing Regulations and any Supplementary Regulations applicable to and issued by the organisers of each round of the Series.

These articles are at all times to be read in conjunction with:
- The National Sporting Code (NSC) and its appropriate Appendices and Schedules,
- The Technical Regulations - Schedule SL,
- The Event Supplementary Regulations issued by the inviting Clubs.


1. INTERPRETATION:
In these Articles, the definition of terms used within this Schedule shall be referenced from the National Sporting Code, and as detailed below:

“The Series’’ means the NZ Superlap Series for cars complying with Schedule SL; and

“The Club” means the 4 & Rotary Car Club Inc; and

“Professional Driver” means a driver whose performances or achievements is considered by The Club, at their sole discretion, to be a highly skilled racing driver. Each driver’s status will be reviewed prior to the commencement of each Series; and

“Round Organiser” or “Inviting Club” means the MotorSport NZ member Club organising a Meeting and/or Event which is a round of the Series; and

“National Sporting Code” or “NSC” means the National Sporting Code issued by MotorSport NZ from time to time; and

“Round” means each Meeting and / or Event, the results of which qualify for points in the Series.


2. OBJECTS:
To promote and foster ClubSport motorsport in a safe environment by presenting Competitors with a well-promoted series creating worthwhile individual sponsorship opportunities with an enjoyable and relaxed competition in the spirit of ClubSport competition.

All persons connected with the administration of this Series and with the operation of vehicles competing in the Series are expected to abide by the spirit and intent of these Articles.


3. ELIGIBILITY:
3.1 The licence requirements for all drivers shall be as follows:
(1) An M Grade licence or higher is required where the competitor’s competition vehicle is a ‘purpose built vehicle’ in accordance with Appendix Two Schedule A, or
(2) For all other competitors a competition licence is not required.

Note: Under the provisions of the Tasman Visa Agreement between CAMS and
MotorSport New Zealand Inc, Australian competitors holding both CAMS L2S or higher Competition Licences and Tasman Visas may enter the Series and be eligible for awards.

3.1.1 If the entrant is other than the driver, an Entrant’s Licence is required in the name of the entrant.

3.1.2 All drivers shall be financial members of The Club or any MotorSport NZ affiliated Club.
Note: Drivers who are not current members of The Club shall not be eligible for Series points.

3.2 Professional drivers may only enter Pro Open Class.

3.3 Eligibility shall be for vehicles complying with the specifications set out in Schedule SL.

3.4 All Competitors shall agree to submit their vehicle for eligibility / safety scrutineering inspections as and when required by the appointed Series Scrutineer, and/or a MotorSport NZ licensed Technical Officer. Any costs incurred during disassembly of components shall be met and accepted by the Competitor.

3.5 Classes: There are three(3) Classes as follows:
• Pro Open Class
• Pro Street Class
• Street Class

3.5.1 The Series Coordinator, at their sole discretion, shall determine Class eligibility for any competing vehicle.

3.5.2 A competitor may apply to the Series Coordinator to change Class at any time. Once approved, the competitor’s Class points awarded to that date shall not be transferred to the new Class, but shall remain as a classification in the previous Class. The points accrued by a competitor in two(2) separate classes shall be considered separately for the calculation of Overall and Class awards.
Note: It is therefore possible for a competitor to have series points and be awarded Class honours in two Classes.

3.6 For Pro Street and Street Classes only a maximum of two(2) drivers may be
nominated to drive the competing vehicle as follows:
(1) A maximum of two(2) drivers may be nominated to drive the competing vehicle. No replacement drivers will be permitted; and
(2) Only one(1) driver may drive the competing vehicle during any one(1) Round.

3.6.1 Points accrued by both drivers will be combined to calculate the total points for the purposes of Series and Class awards.

4 SERIES PERSONNEL:
4.1 At each Round the following personnel, or their approved assistant, shall have responsibilities and authorities set out:

4.1.1 Series Coordinator:
Kerri Mareeba
Mobile Phone No: 021 899 004
Email: kerri_mareeba@hotmail.com

Who shall have the authority of a Series Coordinator set out in the National Sporting Code and who is responsible for and authorised on The Club’s behalf to:
(a) Deal with all administrative matters including receiving all Round entries; and
(b) Record and publish all Series points schedules; and
(c) Liaise with Inviting Clubs on all matters pertaining to these Articles; and
(d) Act in the capacity of a Competitor Relations Officer (as detailed in NSC, Article 88) for the Series Competitors; and
(e) To advise the Clerk of the Course in addressing any applicable penalties as detailed in the NSC; and
(f) Ensure correct placement of decals on vehicles contesting the Series.
Who may have deputies and assistants to whom they may delegate any of their
responsibilities and authorities by way of notice posted on the official notice board at each Round.

4.1.2 Series Scrutineer:
David Thompson
Mobile Phone No: 0272 355 233
Email: taupo.dave@xtra.co.nz

Who shall have the authority of a Series Scrutineer set out in the National Sporting Code and who is responsible for and authorised on The Club’s behalf to:
(a) Deal with all technical matters pertaining to the Series; and
(b) Affix official seals as and when deemed appropriate; and
(c) Inspect any competing vehicle within the Series in order to ascertain compliance with the technical regulations; and
(d) Assist competitors with technical inquiries relative to the technical regulations applicable to their vehicle; and
(e) Undertake the duties of a Technical Judge (NSC 86(d)) with respect to weights and measures; and
(f) Liaise with event Officials and Series Coordinator on any scrutineering or technical conformity issue for the category; and
(g) To report, to the Series Coordinator, any instances where a breach of the
technical regulations has been proven.
Who may have deputies and assistants to whom they may delegate any of their
responsibilities and authorities by way of notice posted on the official notice board at each Round.

4.2 All correspondence shall be addressed to the Series Coordinator, who is authorised by The Club to carry out all the necessary administrative duties for the Series.

Correspondence is to be addressed to:
NZ Superlap Series
c/- 4 & Rotary Car Club
PO Box 48184
Blockhouse Bay
Auckland 0644


5 SERIES STRUCTURE:

5.1 The Series will comprise the following Rounds:

1 24-25 November 2018 Hampton Downs HRC
2 5-6 January 2019 BMMP Taupo HRC
3 24 March 2019 Manfeild 4 & Rotary Car Club
4 13 April 2019 Pukekohe HRC
5 4-5 May 2019 Hampton Downs HRC

The Organiser reserves the right to either cancel or amend any Rounds of the Series due to force majeure without affecting in any way its power to award any title.

5.2 The Organisers may invite non-Series competitors to participate at any Round. Any such invited competitor shall not be eligible for overall or Class points and shall be ignored for the purposes of calculating overall and Class points.


6 ROUND FORMAT:

6.1 Sessions: There will be a maximum of six(6) sessions per Session Group of a maximum of eight(8) minutes per session, followed by a final ‘Top 10 Shootout’ Session.

6.2 Session Groups: For each Session competitors shall be placed into groups of a maximum of twelve(12) competitors, based on lap times. Each Session Group will be released on the circuit separately, with the fastest competitor of that Group to the front, with a five(5) second interval between competitors.

Note: Groups are based on lap times not Class.

6.2.1 Once the last car of the Session Group has been released onto the circuit, the pit lane exit shall be closed for the remainder of that Session. Any car entering pit lane will not be permitted to rejoin the circuit for the remainder of that Session.

6.2.2 If for any reason, any car arriving after the Session Group has been released onto the circuit will not be permitted to participate in that Session and will not be re-allocated to another Group Session.

6.2.3 The Series Coordinator will advise the Groups at least 30 minutes prior to the first Session commencing.
6.3 Finals Session: ‘Top 10 Shootout’: At the conclusion of the Group Sessions the ten(10) fastest competitors overall shall compete in the ‘Top 10 Shootout’ final. The top ten(10) competitors shall be determined by the fastest lap recorded by that competitor from any Group Session.
In the case of a tie between any drivers qualifying for the Finals Session, the driver first achieving such a time will receive the superior position.

6.3.1 Each car in the final session will be permitted one(1) flying lap as follows:
(1) The car will exit the Pit Lane and complete that part of a lap until the car crosses the start/finish line, and then
(2) Commence the “flying lap” and, at the end of the flying lap,
(3) Drive around the circuit until returning to the Pit Lane.

6.3.2 Cars will be released slowest to fastest and only two(2) cars shall permitted on the circuit at any one time, with cars being released from pit lane to commence their warm up lap once the previous car has completed their flying lap and is returning to pit lane.

6.3.3 If for any reason any car(s), that qualified for the ‘Top 10 Shootout’ is unable to participate in that ‘Top 10 Shootout’, the Series Coordinator, at their sole discretion, may permit the next fastest competitor(s) to compete. Any such replacement(s) shall be seeded in accordance with provisions of Article 6.3.2.


7 SERIES ENTRY:

7.1 Entry into the Series should be made through the MotorSport Online system
(https://possum.motorsport.org.nz). By entering the Series all Competitors agree to comply with these Articles and those of the National Sporting Code. Any entry will not be deemed valid until payment is received.

Note: Contact the Series Coordinator if entry will not be made via MotorSport Online system.

7.2.1 Series Entry Fee: The series entry fee will be $1150.00 (incl GST).

7.3 Round Entry: Entry to each Round of the Series (which is separate to the Series Entry) should be made through the MotorSport Online system -
(https://possum.motorsport.org.nz).

Note: Contact the Series Coordinator if entry will not made via MotorSport Online system.


7.4 CONDITION OF ENTRY:

7.4.1 The Competitor/Entrant, by entering the Series, is deemed to be in acceptance of these Series Articles as they are presented, and shall be at all times responsible for the presentation of their competing vehicle with respect to safety requirements under Schedule A, and eligibility requirements under Schedule SL.

7.5.2 The Competitor/Entrant, by entering the Series, is deemed to be in acceptance of, and will at all times comply with, any specific requirements of the official Series Sponsor, as detailed within these Articles.

7.6 The Series Organiser reserves the right to accept or decline entries into the Series as per the National Sporting Code.

7.7 Drivers’ Briefing: It is compulsory for all Drivers to attend the Driver’s Briefing at each Round entered.


8 POINTS:

8.1 Points will be recorded and published by the Series Coordinator and will be allocated to vehicles based on the competitors fastest lap time recorded from any Session, including the Finals Session, at each Round of the Series.
Note: no points shall be awarded to any vehicle using slick tyres in any session. Refer to Art 15.


8.2 Series Points: will be allocated to vehicles in each Class at each Round as follows:
1st 75 11th 30
2nd 67 12th 27
3rd 60 13th 24
4th 54 14th 21
5th 49 15th 18
6th 45 16th 15
7th 42 17th 12
8th 39 18th 9
9th 36 19th 6
10th 33 20th 3

8.3 Class Points: Separate points shall be allocated as detailed in Article
8.2 above for each class, based on the finishing positions of the competing vehicles in that class.


9 AWARDS:

9.1 The Class Series Champion for each Class shall be awarded to the vehicle who has gained the highest aggregate of Class points throughout all Rounds that constitute the Series. The highest aggregate of Class points shall be calculated as the total of all Class points from all Rounds of the Series, after the competitor’s worst points scoring Round is deducted.
Explanatory Note: A competitor shall drop their worst points scoring Round of the Series, including from any Round not entered.

9.2 The following awards will be made according to the results of the Series as follows:

(1) Pro Open:
• Pro Open Overall Champion
• Pro Open Champion (4WD)
• 2nd in Pro Open (4WD)
• 3rd in Pro Open (4WD)
• Pro Open Champion (2WD)
• 2nd in Pro Open (2WD)
• 3rd in Pro Open (2WD)

(2) Pro Street Class:
• Pro Street Class Overall Champion
• Pro Street Class Champion (4WD)
• 2nd in Pro Street (4WD)
• 3rd in Pro Street (4WD)
• Pro Street Class Champion (2WD)
• 2nd in Pro Street (2WD)
• 3rd in Pro Street (2WD)

(2) Street Class:
• Street Class Overall Champion
• Street Class Champion (4WD)
• 2nd in Street (4WD)
• 3rd in Street (4WD)
• Street Class Champion (2WD)
• 2nd in Street (2WD)
• 3rd in Street (2WD)

9.3 Ties: In the event that two(2) or more drivers have the highest total number of points (ie: a tie) the Champion will be determined as described in NSC Appendix Four, Schedule Z Article 15.6. A similar process will be followed to determine Class winners.


10 PENALTIES, PROTESTS and APPEALS

10.1 Penalties shall be applied in accordance with the prescribed articles of NSC Part VIII – Penalties and Appendix One Schedule P.

10.2 Competitors/Entrants have the right to lodge a Protest/s in accordance with NSC Part IX – Protests.

10.3 Competitors/Entrants have the right to lodge an Appeal in accordance with NSC Part XI – Appeals.

10.4 All competitors and their teams are expected to uphold a high standard of behaviour at all times whilst in attendance at a Meeting and/or Event. Any actions that may, in the opinion of the Series Officials, reflect badly on the Series, the Club, or the Series sponsors may result in penalties being applied under the National Sporting Code and may include possible exclusion from the Series. Such actions include, but are not limited to;
• Abuse of officials
• contact between competitors’ vehicles
• dangerous or careless driving causing or likely to cause a collision
• Breaching pit lane regulations
• behaving in a manner deemed unsportsmanlike

Note: Ignorance of the rules will not be an acceptable reason for non-compliance.


11 PARC FERME

11.1 At the discretion of and as directed by the Series Scrutineer, at the conclusion of any Session all competing vehicles must be driven directly (and without any team personnel/crew intervention) from the track to the designated Parc Fermé, the location of which will be notified on the official notice board of the meeting.

Note: Drivers should ensure that they and all their team personnel are familiar with the Parc Fermé regulations and limitations as detailed in the National Sporting Code Article 60.

11.2 The Series Scrutineer may authorise entry of team personnel for the purposes of vehicle eligibility inspections.


12 DECALS

12.1 All competing vehicles shall reserve the spaces for the Series sponsors’ decals at all Rounds and carry competition numbers and Driver’s name in the locations and to the dimensions set out in Appendix 1 to these Articles. Any conflict with the display and positioning of signage / decals shall be resolved at the sole discretion of the Series Coordinator.

12.2 The Series Coordinator will allocate competition numbers to all Competitors/Entrants of the Series. Last season’s Competitors may request their same number again; excepting that the actual numbers will be issued on a ‘1st come’ basis and excluding the number ‘1’ which will be allocated to the previous season’s Series Pro Open Class champion, should they wish to use it.


13 TELEVISION AND IN-CAR CAMERAS

13.1 Competitors may install an in-car camera for use during the Series. At any time during an Event, camera data is to be made available to the Series Coordinator or their appointed official, or an appointed meeting official on request.

13.1.1 All in-car camera installations shall be subject to inspection and approval by the Series Scrutineer and/or Chief Scrutineer of the Meeting.


14 DRIVER APPAREL

14.1 All Competitors shall wear driver safety apparel / equipment in compliance with Appendix Two, Schedule A.


15 TYRES

15.1 Tyre type and quantity are free, respecting the provisions of Schedule SL, excepting the provisions of Article 15.2 below.

15.2 Any vehicle participating in any Session, including the Finals Session, while using slick tyres, as defined in Appendix Two Schedule A, shall be ineligible for both overall and Class points for those Session(s) that slick tyres are used.

15.2.1 The lap times for any vehicle while using slick tyres shall be ignored for the purposes of calculating overall and Class points.


16 PASSENGERS

16.1 Passengers are not permitted to be carried in any Session including the Finals Session

Schedule SL

PART 2 SCHEDULE SL

Superlap ClubSport Series

TECHNICAL REGULATIONS 2018 - 2019

PREAMBLE
The objective is to promote and foster ClubSport motorsport in a safe environment by presenting Competitors with a well-promoted series creating worthwhile individual sponsorship opportunities with an enjoyable and relaxed competition in the spirit of ClubSport competition.

With a huge diversity in both budget and speed differential, the technical rules are minimal and reasonably open, and the series run with time-based groups to give a fair chance to all competitors, based over three classes.


PART A

General Conditions applicable to all Classes


A1.0 GENERAL INFORMATION RELATIVE TO THIS SCHEDULE

A1.1 This Schedule shall be read in its entirety and shall take precedence over Appendix 2 Schedule A of the ‘National Sporting Code’ excepting where an item is not specifically covered within Schedule SL, in which case Appendix 2 Schedule A will apply.

A1.2 These regulations shall be read in conjunction with the National Sporting Code, the Standing Regulations as detailed in the current edition of the MotorSport Manual, and the Supplementary Regulations issued by the Organiser for each Round of the Series. Additionally, any subsequent amendments / bulletins as issued by MotorSport New Zealand from time to time shall be
respected.

A1.3 All vehicles shall comply with the MotorSport New Zealand Safety Schedules - Appendix Two, Schedule A or Appendix Six, Schedule AA of the current MotorSport NZ Manual except where specifically detailed otherwise in this Schedule.

A1.4 All cars competing in Events to which these regulations apply shall have a valid MotorSport NZ logbook.

A1.5 TECHNICAL ELIGIBILITY AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT ENQUIRY: Where any doubt may exist in understanding any regulation contained within this Schedule it will be understood that it is the Competitors obligation to enquire as to the correct interpretation. All technical eligibility and/or safety equipment enquiry shall be submitted in writing to:

(1) The Series Scrutineer, as detailed in the Series Articles, then to
(2) The MotorSport NZ Technical Department

• All enquiries should detail the article in question and the specific subject matter.

• A written reply will always be given to a written enquiry.

• On matters of technical eligibility and/or safety compliance, a verbal statement will have
no validity.


A2.0 DEFINITIONS

A2.1 Definition of terms used within this Schedule shall be referenced from the National Sporting Code, Appendix Two Schedule A, and as detailed below:

‘Aftermarket’ means a component not manufactured for a specific vehicle make / model of car.

Free’ (part) means that the original part as well as its function may be removed or replaced with a new part on condition that the new part adds no additional function relative to the original part;
and

‘Original’ means the factory fitted part for that make, model and year; and.

‘Race trim’ means the condition in which the car competes, and shall include all fluids, ballasts
and the driver; and

‘Road Registered’ means a vehicle with a current valid licence label and Warrant of Fitness.


A3.0 ELIGIBLE VEHICLES

A3.1 Eligibility shall be for either Series Production vehicles or LVVTA approved vehicles of eitheropen or closed construction.
A3.2 The Club reserves the right to invite any other vehicle(s) to compete, in addition to those listed
in Article 3.1 above.

A3.3 Competition: There are three(3) Classes as follows:
(1) Pro Open Class: being ‘purpose built vehicles’ complying with the requirements of Part B below.

(2) Pro Street Class: being ‘road registered’ vehicles complying with the requirements of Part C below.

(3) Street Class: being ‘road registered’ vehicles complying with the requirements of Part D below. Specifically excluded from this class are vehicles regarded as high performance spec models of the standard road-going car (example Nissan GTR R35). (refer also Series Articles 3.5.1).

A3.4 All Pro Street and Street Class vehicles shall have a current valid licence label and Warrant of Fitness. Additionally those vehicles that require it must have a valid MSNZ / LVVTA Authority
Card.

Note: A licence label ‘on hold’ is not valid


Part B

Technical Regulations applicable to Pro Open Class Cars

B1.0 SAFETY EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

B1.1 All safety equipment shall comply with Schedule A, except where specifically detailed within this Schedule otherwise.

B1.2 The following safety equipment shall be fitted to the competing car:
(1) Safety harness; in compliance with either FIA 8853, FIA 8854 or SFI 16.1 (minimum four(4) strap) shall be installed in full compliance with Schedule A.
(2) Seats; shall be Competition type seats as detailed in and in full compliance with Schedule A. Additionally, moulded seats of poured foam construction are authorised for space-frame vehicles once approved by the Series Scrutineer and detailed in the MSNZ logbook.
(3) Fire extinguishers; shall comply with Schedule A, Article 4.8.
(4) Windscreens; shall be either laminated glass or an approved / polycarbonate material and shall comply fully with the requirements of Schedule A, Article 5.11.
(4) Rain light/s: A rain light shall be installed in compliance with Schedule A.
(6) Wipers / demisters; shall be fitted in compliance with Schedule A.

B1.3 The following safety equipment may be fitted to the competing car:
(1) A Safety Cage; may be fitted as per Schedule A requirements.
Note: A safety cage is strongly recommended.

B2.0 BODYSHELL and VEHICLE EXTERIOR

B2.1 The body silhouette shall represent a Series Production vehicle, however remodelling of the appearance is authorised provided that the origin may still be easily recognised. Interpretation is at the sole discretion of the Series Coordinator and the Series Scrutineer. The onus of compliance with this article lies entirely with the Competitor; to gain approval (in writing) prior to entering the Series or any Round.

B2.2 The body may be constructed from any metal or fibre composite.

B2.3 All monocoque bodies shall have fully operational doors on each side, with efficient hinges and latches arranged for easy opening from inside and outside of the vehicle.

B2.4 Aerodynamics:
(1) Any part of the vehicle that has an aerodynamic influence on stability shall be mounted on the entirely sprung part of the vehicle and shall provide at least 40mm clearance between the structure and the ground with the car in ‘race trim’.
(2) Aerodynamic Aids shall comply with Schedule A. Alternatively, aerodynamic aids complying with the following are authorised, under this Schedule only:

(a) Front aerodynamic devices shall be no more than 300mm forward of the original body work, no more than 475mm wider, each side of the original bodywork and no higher than the highest part of the original bonnet.
(b) Side aerodynamic devices between the front and rear wheel arches shall not
protrude laterally beyond a line drawn between the front and the rear aero.
(c) Rear aerodynamic devices shall be no more than 400mm rearwards of the original
bodywork, no more than 150mm wider, each side, than the original bodywork and
no higher than 250mm above the highest point of the original roof.

(3) It is the competitor’s responsibility to provide all evidential calculations pertaining to design, construction and load for any aerodynamic device that does not comply with Schedule A.

B3.0 VEHICLE INTERIOR
B3.1 The interior of the vehicle is free, respecting the provisions of Appendix Two, Schedule A.

B3.2 Seats: The driver’s seat position must be offset from the longitudinal centre line of the vehicle with no part of the seat crossing that centre line.

B3.3 Rear Vision Mirror: An internal rear vision mirror must be fitted in compliance with Appendix Two, Schedule A.

B4.0 CHASSIS
B4.1 The chassis is free, respecting Article A3.1 and all Schedule A provisions.

B5.0 ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS
B5.1 Engine type is free, in compliance with Schedule A.

B5.2 Forced induction is permitted.

B5.3 Engine modifications are unrestricted.

B5.2 Nitrous Oxide (as an additive): is approved for use under this Schedule. Any commercially available Nitrous Oxide System (kit) is authorised under the following conditions;

• All kits shall be installed and used as per the manufacturer’s instructions together with any additional ‘accessories’ marketed by the same manufacturer.

• The kit shall be installed in its entirety.

• The bottle shall be specifically designed / labelled for the use of nitrous oxide, shall be indelibly stamped with a (DOT-1800) pressure rating, shall not exceed 10lb in weight and shall be securely located / mounted within the bodyshell in a central location.

• If mounted in the cockpit, the bottle shall be enclosed in a separate compartment and vented to the exterior. A pressure relief valve shall be fitted.

• Only a single bottle is authorised which shall utilise the supplied bracket securely mounted to the bodyshell incorporating spreader plates under the floor as necessary.

• All lines shall be those as supplied in the kit or appropriate replacement high-pressure steel braided lines.

• Only valves (as supplied in the kit) shall be used.

• Externally the vehicle shall display a ‘N2O’ warning label / sticker affixed to the top of the windscreen (passenger side) and on both sides of the vehicle adjacent to the competition number.

B6.0 TRANSMISSION
B6.1 The transmission, from the engine flywheel to the driven (road wheel) hub, is free provided Schedule A compliance is maintained at all times.

B7.0 SUSPENSION
B7.1 The suspension system is free provided Schedule A compliance is maintained at all times.

B8.0 BRAKING SYSTEM
B8.1 The braking system is unrestricted provided Schedule A compliance is maintained at all times.

B9.0 ROAD WHEELS
B9.1 Road wheels are free, provided Schedule A Article 4.9 is maintained at all times.

B10.0 TYRES
B10.1 Tyres are free, provided compliance with Appendix Two Schedule A, and this Article B10 is maintained at all times.

B10.1.1Any vehicle using slick tyres shall not be eligible for overall or Class points for any session that the slick tyres are used. This includes dual groove tyres such as Hankook Ventus Z214, Hoosier Drag radials etc.

B10.2 All tyres shall:
(1) Be either a ‘Road Tyre’ or a ‘Treaded Tyre’ as defined in Appendix Two Schedule A, and
(2) Comply with the requirements of Schedule A.
(3) Not have any of the original mouldings, marks or writing removed.

B10.3 Tyre modification/ treatment: The following modifications/ treatments are specifically prohibited:
• Hand cut tread grooves, and
• Tyre warmers, chemical treatments or any means to artificially enhance tyre performance.


Part C

Technical Regulations applicable to Pro Street Class Cars

C1.0 SAFETY EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

C1.1 All safety equipment shall comply with Schedule A, except where specifically detailed within this Schedule otherwise.

C1.2 The following safety equipment shall be fitted to the competing car:
(1) Fire extinguishers; shall comply with Schedule A, Article 4.8.
(2) Windscreens; shall be either laminated glass or an approved / polycarbonate material and shall comply fully with the requirements of Schedule A, Article 5.11.
(3) Rain light/s: A rain light shall be installed in compliance with Schedule A.
(4) Wipers / demisters; shall be fitted in compliance with Schedule A.

C1.3 The following safety equipment may be fitted to the competing car:
(1) Safety harness; where fitted shall be in compliance with either FIA 8853 or SFI 16.1 (minimum four(4) strap) and shall be installed in full compliance with Schedule A.
(2) Seats; where fitted shall be Competition type seats as detailed in and in full compliance with Schedule A.
(3) A Safety Cage; may be fitted as per Schedule A requirements.

C2.0 BODYSHELL and VEHICLE EXTERIOR

C2.1 The body silhouette shall represent a Series Production vehicle, however remodelling of the appearance is authorised provided that the origin may still be easily recognised. Interpretation is at the sole discretion of the Series Coordinator and the Series Scrutineer. The onus of compliance with this article lies entirely with the Competitor; to gain approval (in writing) prior to entering the Series or any Round.
C2.2 Body panels: must be of original design, materials and construction. The body may be constructed from any metal or fibre composite.
C2.3 All monocoque bodies shall have fully operational doors on each side, with efficient hinges and latches arranged for easy opening from inside and outside of the vehicle.
C2.4 Aerodynamics:
(1) Any part of the vehicle that has an aerodynamic influence on stability shall be mounted on the entirely sprung part of the vehicle.
(2) Aerodynamic aids shall comply with Schedule A.

C3.0 VEHICLE INTERIOR

C3.1 The interior of the vehicle is free, respecting the provisions of Appendix Two, Schedule A.
C3.2 Seats: The driver’s seat position must be offset from the longitudinal centre line of the vehicle with no part of the seat crossing that centre line.
C3.3 Rear Vision Mirror: An internal rear vision mirror must be fitted in compliance with Appendix Two, Schedule A.

C4.0 CHASSIS

C4.1 The chassis is free, respecting Article A3.1 and all Schedule A provisions.

C5.0 ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS
C5.1 Engine type is free, in compliance with Schedule A.
C5.2 Forced induction is allowed.
C5.3 Engine modifications are unrestricted.

C6.0 TRANSMISSION
C6.1 The transmission, from the engine flywheel to the driven (road wheel) hub, is free provided Schedule A compliance is maintained at all times.

C7.0 SUSPENSION
C7.1 The suspension system is free provided Schedule A compliance is maintained at all times.

C8.0 BRAKING SYSTEM
C8.1 The braking system is unrestricted provided Schedule A compliance is maintained at all times.

C9.0 ROAD WHEELS
C9.1 Road wheels are free, provided Schedule A Article 4.9 is maintained at all times.

C10.0 TYRES
C10.1 Any Treaded Tyre is permitted, provided compliance with Appendix Two Schedule A, and this
Article C10 is maintained at all times.
C10.1.1 Slick tyres are specifically prohibited from this Class. This includes dual groove tyres such as Hankook Ventus Z214, Hoosier Drag radials etc.
C10.3 All tyres shall:
(1) Be either a ‘Road Tyre’ or a ‘Treaded Tyre’ as defined in Appendix two Schedule A, and
(2) Comply with the requirements of Schedule A.
(3) Not have any of the original mouldings, marks or writing removed.
C10.4 Tyre modification/ treatment: The following modifications/ treatments are specifically
prohibited:
• Hand cut tread grooves, and
• Tyre warmers, chemical treatments or any means to artificially enhance tyre performance.


Part D

Technical Regulations applicable to Street Class Cars

D1.0 SAFETY EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

D1.1 All safety equipment shall comply with Schedule A, except where specifically detailed within this Schedule otherwise.

D1.2 The following safety equipment shall be fitted to the competing car:
(1) Fire extinguishers; shall comply with Schedule A, Article 4.8.
(2) Windscreens; shall be either laminated glass or an approved / polycarbonate material and shall comply fully with the requirements of Schedule A, Article 5.11.
(3) Rain light/s: A rain light shall be installed in compliance with Schedule A.
(4) Wipers / demisters; shall be fitted in compliance with Schedule A.

D1.3 The following safety equipment may be fitted to the competing car:
(1) Safety harness; where fitted shall be in compliance with either FIA 8853 or SFI 16.1 (minimum four(4) strap) and shall be installed in full compliance with Schedule A.
(2) Seats; where fitted shall be Competition type seats as detailed in and in full compliance
with Schedule A.
(3) A Safety Cage; may be fitted as per Schedule A requirements.

D2.0 BODYSHELL and VEHICLE EXTERIOR

D2.1 The body silhouette shall represent a Series Production vehicle, however remodelling of the appearance is authorised provided that the origin may still be easily recognised. Interpretation
is at the sole discretion of the Series Coordinator and the Series Scrutineer. The onus of compliance with this article lies entirely with the Competitor; to gain approval (in writing) prior to entering the Series or any Round.
D2.2 Body panels: must be of original design, materials and construction. The body may be constructed from any metal or fibre composite.
D2.3 All monocoque bodies shall have fully operational doors on each side, with efficient hinges and latches arranged for easy opening from inside and outside of the vehicle.

D2.4 Aerodynamics:
(1) Any part of the vehicle that has an aerodynamic influence on stability shall be mounted
on the entirely sprung part of the vehicle.
(2) Aerodynamic Aids shall comply with Schedule A.

D2.5 Headlights: both high beam and low beam must be operable.

D3.0 VEHICLE INTERIOR

D3.1 The interior of the vehicle is free, respecting the provisions of Appendix Two, Schedule A.
D3.2 Seats: The vehicle must have both driver’s and passenger’s seats installed.
D3.3 Dashboard: The vehicle must have factory style dashboard and door cards fitted.
D3.5 Rear Vision Mirror: An internal rear vision mirror must be fitted in compliance with Appendix Two, Schedule A.

D4.0 CHASSIS

D4.1 The chassis is free, respecting Article A3.1 and all Schedule A provisions.

D5.0 ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS

D5.1 Engine type is free, in compliance with Schedule A.
D5.2 Forced induction is allowed.
D5.3 Engine modifications are unrestricted.

D6.0 TRANSMISSION

D6.1 The transmission, from the engine flywheel to the driven (road wheel) hub, shall comply with
Schedule A.

D7.0 SUSPENSION

D7.1 The suspension system is free provided Schedule A compliance is maintained at all times.

D8.0 BRAKING SYSTEM

D8.1 The braking system is unrestricted provided Schedule A compliance is maintained at all times.

D9.0 ROAD WHEELS
D9.1 Road wheels are free, provided Schedule A Article 4.9 is maintained at all times.

D10.0 TYRES
D10.1 Any Treaded Tyre is permitted, provided compliance with Appendix Two Schedule A, and this Article D10 is maintained at all times.
D10.1.1 Slick tyres are specifically prohibited from this Class.
D10.3 All tyres shall:
(1) Be a ‘Road Tyre’ or ‘Treaded Tyre’ as detailed in Appendix two Schedule A, and
(2) Comply with the requirements of Schedule A.
(3) Not have any of the original mouldings, marks or writing removed.
(4) Have a treadwear rating of 180 or above.
D10.4 Tyre modification/ treatment: The following modifications/ treatments are specifically prohibited:
• Hand cut tread grooves, and
• Tyre warmers, chemical treatments or any means to artificially enhance tyre performance.

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