Feb 22 & 23, 2020 – Tasman Revival

 

Super Mini Challenge / Pre 65 – Pukekohe

Entry will be through the Motorsportentry.com website – Late fee after Feb 17th will apply

 

Practice on Friday not included, please see the following link. https://www.pukekohepark.co.nz/tickets/

 

Schedule:

 

 

 

Regulations are as follows:

 

NAME: Tasman Revival Pukekohe
DATE: 22nd 23rd February 2020
VENUE: Pukekohe Park Raceway

SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS PARTS ONE & TWO
22nd 23rd February 2020
HRC Events Tasman Revival Pukekohe

1. JURISDICTION
This event is a National Race Meeting, promoted by the Historic Racing Club Inc.
The Meeting will be held under these Supplementary Regulations, the MotorSport NZ National Sporting Code and its Appendices and Schedules Regulations. This meeting will be held over two days.
The MotorSport NZ Permit Number is TBA
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2. MAJOR OFFICIALS
2.1 Organising Committee
Chris Watson [email protected] 0274 827 542 09 629 4438
Tim Hill [email protected] 021 614 600 09 629 4438

2.2 Secretary of the Meeting
Tim Hill

2.3 Officials of the Meeting
Clerk of Course
Assistant COC TBA
Secretary Tim Hill
Chief Scrutineer David Graham
Time Keeper April Smith
Judge of Fact Start /Finish April Smith
Competitor Relations Officer
Motorsport NZ Stewards TBA
A list of the Officials of the Meeting will be posted on the Official Notice Board.

3. VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS
Races have been scheduled for the following classes or types; BMW 2 litre, BMW E30, BMW Open, Mini /Pre 65, Sportcars, Toorace Trofeo (Saturday), Improved Production (Sunday), Classic Touring Cars, Historic Formula Ford, Arrows (Sunday), AES (Sunday), Formula Open. The organizers reserve the right to combine race groups if insufficient entries for any group are received.

4. ENTRY CLOSING DATES, ENTRY FEES & ACCEPTANCE OF ENTRY
4.1 Entry Closing Dates
The entry closing date at normal fees is 10:00am Monday 17th February 2020. The entries must be PAID for (by either Bank Transfer, Credit Card or Cheque) and all monies to be received by HRC before the normal entry closing date. (the reason for entries being paid by the 17th February is that it speeds up the documentation process on Saturday morning)
Entries or payments received after the normal entry closing date of 10:00am on Monday 17th February (including ALL pay on the day) will be subject to late entry fee of $50.
No entries will be accepted after 5pm on Friday 21st February 2020.
Entries should be done on line at www.motorsportentry.com if this is not possible, postal entries will be accepted up to 10:00am on Monday 17th February. Postal entries will attract a $20.00 administration fee. Please post these to the following address.
Secretary of the Meeting
P.O. Box 28 140
Remuera

4.2 Entry Fees
$350.00 plus MSNZ levy $53.00

4.3 Entry Refunds Policy
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. Full refunds will be paid to competitors who advise in writing. (email: [email protected] ) before 5pm on Friday 21st February

4.4 Acceptance of Entry
Acceptance of entry will be emailed on or before Thursday 20th February 2020. Competitors requiring circuit passes before this date please note on entry form and they will be posted when the entry fee is received.
Competitors are reminded that they must be registered with series organisers to compete in this meeting; they should have also read and understood the series regulations. It should also be remembered that starters are limited by the track licence and entries for classes which are oversubscribed will be taken on a first come first served basis, the entry is deemed to have been made when payment is received.

4.5 Competition Numbers
While every effort will be made to give competitors their requested number this may not always be possible especially if the competitor is entered in more than one class. In the case of a number change every effort will be made to notify the competitor as soon as possible, the organiser’s decision on these matters will be final.
Race numbers can be purchased from the Race Secretary for $5 per large number $4 small number. Each vehicle is required to have a set of number/s on each side of the vehicle and a smaller number on the windscreen

5 COMPETITOR REQUIREMENTS & UNDERSTANDING
5.1 Licence Requirements
The driver must hold as a minimum a National Race Licence C1 grade or higher for the races grade

5.2 New Drivers
Any driver(s) who have not previously competed at the Pukekohe Circuit must indicate the fact on the entry form and attend the New Competitors Briefing sessions. Competitors who have not competed at 3 race meetings must attend New Drivers briefing. These briefings will be held immediately after the drivers briefings and will take priority over any series briefing.

5.3 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.
In particular, The National Sporting Code Articles pertaining to protests and competitors obligations and Schedule Z articles detailing Flag signals and Code of Conduct.

5.4 Drivers Briefing
Drivers briefing will be at 8.20 am on Sat 22nd February 2020 by the steps to race Control

5.5 Re- Start Procedure for Handicap Races
Where fewer than four laps have been completed the re-start will be deemed as a new race/event and will be restarted using the original grid positions. Should a second stop occur, the race/event will be declared complete and a result declared based on the last completed lap. If no laps have been completed, the organizers reserve the right to abandon that race/event or to re-run it later in the meeting.

5.6 Handicap Starting Procedure
Handicap Starting: Competitors will move forward to the start line as directed by the starter, any competitor not stopping on the start line may incur a Time penalty..
5.7 Non Sanctioned Series
Organisers and Competitors in a series which is not sanctioned by Motorsport New Zealand are governed by the current Motorsport Manual for Scrutineering, Eligibility and Disciplinary Purposes. Series disputes must be resolved by the series organisers as the meeting officials are not empowered to make rulings on series which are not sanctioned by Motorsport New Zealand.
These decisions may not affect any grid determinations and all races will be run in accordance with Schedule Z.

6. DOCUMENTATION & SCRUTINEERING AUDIT INSPECTION
6.1 Documentation
Will take place at the Paddock Office commencing at 12am to 4pm Friday 21st February recommencing 7.30am Saturday 22nd February

6.2 Scrutineering Audit Inspections
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.
Competitors should be aware of Schedule A or AA as applicable Please be aware of Schedule A, Article 3 Paragraph 3.1 (1) (a) and (b). It is the competitors responsibility to ensure their vehicle meets at least the minimum safety / eligibility requirements of this schedule and all other relevant Schedules to the National Sporting Code. Appendix two Schedule A or AA.
6.3 If using a camera in your race it must fitted before the car is scrutineered

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 most other instances the minimum number is 100 entries.
In most cases the minimum number of entrants for a class is 10.

8. GENERAL INFORMATION
A. Fuel
Competitors, Teams and other organizations handling Fuel should familiarize themselves with The Motorsport Code of Practice for Fuel Handling.

B. Circuit Width
A competitor may use no more than the full width of the circuit which is defined as being the area between the outer edges of the white line along each side of the sealed surface.

C. Abuse of Officials
Abuse of officials or competitors is not permitted or condoned. This is a very serious offence. All instances will be dealt with by the Clerk of the Course or the Stewards in the case of Clerk of the Course being the official that was abused.

D. Insurance
Competitors are advised that the MSNZ insurance has an excess of $3,500. With any damage to the track, the competitor will be required to pay the first $3,500 of any claim.

9. PROGRAMME OF EVENTS (Provisional)
The intended Programme of events will be emailed 3 days before the event. In accordance with Appendix Four Schedule Z the organisers reserve the right to amalgamate or delete any event or cancel any race should less than 10 entries be received by the closing date.
Practice/Qualifying: will commence at 9.15am 22nd February each class will have a minimum of 10 minutes practice time.
Notes:
Competitors entering races which are part of a series must have the series organiser approval prior to entering this event.
Any Competitors requiring GST receipts please note this in the entry field comments field.