ATLANTIC REGION MOTOR SPORTS
2016 REGIONAL NAVEX RALLY
Sunday, June 12, 2016
The rally will be held under the general competition regulations of the Canadian Association of Rally Sport (CARS) and The Rally regulations of Atlantic Region Motor Sports Inc. (ARMS). These publications are available from the regional rally director, Cindy McCarron, firstname.lastname@example.org and the last updated version will be available at the start.
The organizing club is Bluenose Auto sport Club
P.O. Box 2724 DEPS, Dartmouth N.S. B2W 4R4 <www.bluenoseautosport.ca>
Route Organizer: James Partridge, 426 Town Rd. Falmouth, Hants Co. N.S. B0P 1L0
Phone 902 798 4712
Chief Control Marshall: Bill Anwyll
Registrar: Charlotte Partridge
Let us know driver navigator and vehicle,
mail to 426 Town Rd. Falmouth N.S. B0P 1L0
Route Steward: Martin Gillis
Co-Organizer: Bill Anwyll
70 Glencairn Avenue Fall River Nova Scotia B2T 0G9
Senior Steward: TBA
Start: Windsor Curling Club, 174 Gray Street, Windsor, Nova Scotia, Telephone: 1 902 798 4662
Entries: Pre-registration is encouraged. Those who enter before noon June 10, 2016 will be entered in the seeded draw for start position. Entries will be accepted until 12:00 June 12, 2016.
Schedule: Sunday June 12, 2016
11:00 Registration and Scrutinizing Opens
12:00 Introduction of Officials and Drivers’ Briefing; Registration closes
12:30 Novice Rally School starts
13:00 Car “O” Starts Experienced. Car “O” Novice Starts after the experienced cars leave
16:38 Car “O” Experienced and Novice Finish
18:15 Awards presentation
Description: This event is a Regional Navex Rally, run over paved and mostly good quality roads. Speeds are kept at a maximum of 10 % below posted speed limits. Where no posting can be found the posted limit is presumed to be 80 kph. The instructions are very straightforward for the Novice class and slightly more challenging for Experienced.
All of the route can be found on topographic maps 21 A/16; 21 H/1; 21 H/2
The route is a touring format, leaving Windsor we go through the scenic eastern Valley past Avonport; Gaspereau; and Windsor.
Eligibility: Vehicles must be licensed and insured and posses valid Motor Vehicle Inspection as required in the province of registration.
Regional competitors must show valid current “ARMS” club membership.
Note: all competitors and marshals must sign CARS ASN CANADA FIA Rally waiver at registration before the start or risk disqualification from the results. Valid proof of Vehicle registration and Drivers’ license must be shown at registration. Minor (under 19 in N.S.) participants (drivers and navigators) require the written permission of either parent or guardian.
To qualify as a finisher you must check in to the final control within maximum time limits under your own power, and you must have checked in to 75 % of the remaining placed checkpoints.
Length: 176.56 km. Experienced and Novice
All CP’s are located at the top of the minute.
Scoring: Each of the checkpoints will be timed to the minute. One Penalty Point will be assessed for each minute late to a maximum of 30 per checkpoint.
One penalty point will be assessed for each minute early to a maximum of 15 minutes per checkpoint.
Each checkpoint will have car “0” section, distance and time available upon request.
Car “O” time will include 2 minutes time out at each checkpoint.
Missed checkpoints are assessed 30 points Missed
Exceeding maximum accumulated lateness scores 30 points Max at each CP.
Car “O” times at section ends are assuming all checkpoints are placed.
Improper control procedure 5 points after first warning on route card.
IE: Wrong direction, leaving door open, backing in a control zone, weaving across the road, blocking the road to the normal flow of traffic, or changing direction of travel while within sight of a control.
Entry fee: $20.00 per car Experienced and Novice.
No special equipment is needed to complete the course.
Normal equipment that will come in handy are: pencils; paper; a watch; and a calculator.
Checks made payable to Bluenose Auto sport Club or cash will be accepted until close of registration. Please notify registrar before noon on Friday, as only 5 extra copies of route instructions will be available at the start for each class.
Awards: Dash Plaques to the top three in each class,(Experienced, and Novice.)
Start positions: Experienced, a seeded draw will take place after the close of pre-registration. After that entrants will be accepted on first come first served basis. Novice starting order will be on first come first served basis.