ATLANTIC REGION MOTOR SPORTS
2017 REGIONAL AUTOSLALOM SERIES
September 30, 2018
General: This event will be held under the ARMS SoloSport General Competition Rules. Copies of the ARMS SoloSport GCRs, entry and self tech forms are available at www.armsinc.ca. Any amendments to these Supplementary Regulations will be posted on the notice board at Registration on the day of the event. It is the responsibility of each competitor to check for, and adhere to posted changes. There will be a minimum of four (4) timed runs offered to each entrant. The Organizers reserve the right to refuse any entry, modify the schedule, or cancel the event.
Sanction: The event is sanctioned by Atlantic Region Motor Sports Inc. (ARMS) and ASN Canada FIA.
Organizing Club: Moncton Motor Sport Club, Inc., P.O. Box 422, Moncton, NB, E1C 8L4.
Contact: Ming-Duc Wong, email@example.com
Entry Fees: $25.00 per driver. Make Cheques Payable to: “MONCTON MOTOR SPORT CLUB, INC.” Entrants may pre-register online at http://www.mmsc.ca/ or by sending registrations to Moncton Motor Sport Club, PO Box 422, Moncton, NB, E1C 8L4 to be received no later than September 22, 2017. Please ensure that the self-tech form is filled in correctly.
· Drivers: Must have a valid Provincial driver’s license and a valid club membership card from an ARMS-affiliated club. All drivers MUST attend the driver’s meeting at the scheduled time.
· Vehicles: Must conform to the vehicle eligibility requirements of the current ARMS SoloSport GCRs. All vehicles (and driver’s personal safety equipment) must be submitted to the Scrutineer and must successfully pass any and all inspections before registration is complete. It is the entrant’s responsibility to properly classify the vehicle and declare all modifications.
· Insurance Waiver Form: All drivers, crew & spectators must sign the Organizer’s Insurance Waiver Form at Registration. Registration is not complete until this is done! Minors are required to sign a Minor Release Form and are required to show a properly signed Parental Consent Form (forms are available at www.asncanada.com ).
Site Location: Moncton Coliseum
|Registration:||9:30 – 10:30|
|Scrutineering:||9:30 – 10:30|
Results: Official results will be posted on the ARMS web site.
· All competitors are required to work the event. Qualified replacements may be used as substitutes in worker assignments. However, workers must notify the Chief of Workers prior to the substitution. Failure to comply or properly perform assigned duties will result in additional work assignments or disqualification, as executed by the organizers.
· Course workers must be on their feet at all times while cars are competing.
· While on course, all competition vehicles MUST BE identified by a car number and appropriate car class which must be visible from the timing and scoring area. Cars not meeting this requirement will not be scored.
· Upon successfully completing scrutineering inspection, the Scrutineer will provide a mark to be fixed to the exterior of the car for the duration of the event in a place visible to the Starter (upper left corner of the windshield is recommended). Cars must show the Scrutineer’s official mark or they will not be allowed to enter the course.
· Items that fail scrutineering inspection (eg. old helmets) may be impounded, and will be returned after the completion of the event.
· Regardless of the results of the scrutineering inspection, the entrant/owner is fully responsibile for the safety and soundness of the vehicle and equipment, for full and complete disclosure of all modifications, and for properly classifying the vehicle.
· Cars in the same class will run in the same heat. Cars will run in numerical order as determined at the Driver’s Meeting. For cars with two drivers there will be a minimum spacing of 5 minutes or 5 spaces.
· Cars must be presented to the starter in order and prior to starting time or forfeit that run (DNS). Exception: Drivers of cars with mechanical difficulty shall have 10 minutes after the car is scheduled to start, to present the car at the start line. Grid personnel will verify the mechanical difficulty, and will refer the request for a mechanical delay to the Organizer in cases where the competitor may gain an unfair advantage by delaying a run, for example changing weather conditions.
· Directional pylons (pylons which are laid on their side) are for informational purposes and do not count if hit. Directional pylons placed directly adjacent to a penalty pylon must be obeyed or a DNF will result. Directional pylons not adjacent to a penalty pylon are for informational purposes only and do not result in a DNF if not followed. If a directional pylon displaces a penalty pylon, the pylon penalty will be assessed.
· A penalty will be assessed for each displaced course entry and exit pylon. The course may be lined on both sides, weather permitting. Crossing a line incurs no penalty.
· All entrants are expected to be responsible for their own garbage. Please clean up before you leave the site.
· A speed limit of 20 Km/h will be enforced at the event site including pre-grid and grid. Tire spins, rapid speed or direction changes, or other “abnormal/unusual” driving techniques are strictly prohibited throughout the event site other than during competition.
· Children and pets are allowed anywhere on the event site EXCEPT during active competition. During active competition, children under 12 and pets are not allowed in the grid, staging and course areas. Pets must be leashed at all times.
· Drivers are responsible for the actions of their crew and guests. All must sign a waiver to be present in the pre-grid, grid, staging and course areas. Waiver forms will be available at registration.
· The wristband, signifying waiver signature, will be worn either on the wrist or attached to the individuals exterior clothing from the waist up on the front of the body, in plain sight. All personnel entering the paddock fence gate must sign the event waiver, or display the waiver wristband as identified above.
· Refueling of cars on site may be permitted only when accompanied by an assistant and suitable fire extinguisher. Clean up any spills.
· All incidents involving injury and/or property damage occurring on the event site, or felt associated to the event will be reported as soon as possible to the Organizer.
· Protests and Appeals shall be referred to the event Steward. Protests may be filed with the Steward and must be accompanied by the appropriate protest fee in cash, or traveler’s checks.