2017 Championship Rules, Regulations,Etc..

Only fully paid up members will receive championship points

1st 20 points
2nd 17 points
3rd 15 points
4th 13 points
5th 11 points
6th 10 points
7th 9 points
8th 8 points
9th 7 points
10th 6 points
11th 5 points
12th 4 points
13th 3 points
14th 2 points
15th 1 point

Grades A, B , C, D and pre 70/77/65 will get at least 3 races each per meeting except for the 125, 250 and 500cc races which will get one race each per meeting.

A new addition to the BW 85cc class from 2014 is a 125cc Intermediate 2 stroke bikesclass which will run with the BW85 class

A rider in the Pre65 pre-unit/Pre70/77 race will only have one set of points awarded towards the Winston Norwood Trophy.

Flag marshals this year will have to do a full day; half days no longer count for average points.

If a rider does flag marshal on a Championship day, they will get average points for that round. For Stewards / COC , average points will be allocated for 1 additional round for official duties on Championship days.

All Championship races will count as overall results.Cancelled championship rounds can be changed to one of the non-championship rounds. In the event of a tie-break, it will be resolved by the highest previous results until the matter is resolved.

Change of machine or number will be allowed as long as the clerk of the course and timekeepers are notified prior to the race start. The decision by clerk of the course is final. Any protests about the riders results must be made within 3 days. (MRA Rules)


Race day running order 2016

Signing on is between 9.30 and 10.30

Rider briefing 10.45

Practice starts at 11.00

Pre 77/70 and Pre65 Practice

85cc Practice

Grade C/D Practice

Grade B/A Practice

50/65cc practice

Pre 70/65 Race 1

Grade D, C, B and A Race 1 all separate starting from Grade D

85cc Race 1

Pre 77 Race 1

50/65cc Race 1

250/125cc Race

Lunch

Pre 70/65 Race 2

Grade D, C, B and A Race 2 all separate starting from Grade D

85cc Race 2

Pre 77 Race 2

50/65cc Race 2

Pre 70/65 Race 3

Grade D, C, B and A Race 3 all separate starting from Grade D

85cc Race 3

Pre 77 Race 3

50/65cc Race 3

500cc Race


NUMBER PLATES

500cc CHAMPIONSHIP MACHINES SHOULD DISPLAY A BLACK NUMBER ON A
YELLOW
BACKGROUND.

250cc CHAMPIONSHIP MACHINES SHOULD DISPLAY A WHITE NUMBER ON A
GREEN
BACKGROUND

PRE 70 CHAMPIONSHIP MACHINES SHOULD DISPLAY A WHITE NUMBER ON A
BLACK BACKGROUND


CLUB RULES


Riders aged 15 or 16 are restricted to a bike with maximum capacity of 250cc 2 stroke or 4 stroke.

All competitors and their passengers are to abide by the club rules and its officials of the event, any queries to be brought to the attention of the Clerk of the Course before the start of the event.
No rider or their mechanics will be allowed to ride on the course without first signing on.
All riders must wear the proper protective clothing: -
Helmet, nylon jeans, knee length boots, body armour, gloves & goggles of a shatterproof material
Scrutiny is up to all competitors to ensure the machines & clothing is in good working order.
Signing on finishes 20 minutes before practice is due to start and all riders must attend the riders briefing 15 mins before practice.

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A Flag, Elastic rope, mechanicle gates or lights will be used to start the races.
Red flag means everybody must stop immediately.
yellow stationary flag means proceed with caution
waved yellow means no overtaking, slowdown and be prepared to stop

Black flag he must leave race and come into the paddock

yellow flag with black cross is the last lap flag
Black & white chequered flag means race has ended no rider to start a new lap
All competitors are asked for help to put up the tracks and taking down of the tracks.


Bike Illegibility

Pre 65 class is pre-unit with a maximum capacity of 850cc

Pre 70 can be built with parts available before 31st December 1970 with 6"front travel & 4" rear travel, replica frames can be used but must be to the same dimensions as original, modern shocks may be used

Pre 77 can be built with parts available before December 1977
Replica frames can be used but must be of the same dimension as original.
Twin shock: any air cooled engine and twin shocks or bike with mono shock suspension with air cooled engine and drum brakes. There is no limit on suspension movement.

A few water-cooled bikes are permitted but must be a manufactured water-cooled motorcycle with drum brakes & 2 rear shocks.(twinshock) It must be a original manufactured bike with examples being the early watercooled Husqvarna's and Cagiva's.
A watercooled bike with mono-shock is not within regulations.

A bike with front or rear disc brakes is not within regulations.

Youth Motocross Regulations

Automatics

50cc

6-7 Year old

Cadets

65cc

6-8 Year old

Juniors

65cc

7-10 Year old

Small Wheel

85cc 2T/150cc 4T

9-12 Year old

Big Wheel

85cc 2T/150cc 4T /125cc Intermediate

11-15 Year old

Engine Capacity & Wheel Size

Automatics

Max 50cc

10 Rear

12 Front

Cadet/Junior

Max 65cc

12 Rear

14 Front

SW 85cc

Max 85cc 2 st

14 Rear

17 Front

Max 150cc 4 st

14 Rear

17 Front

BW 85cc

Max 85cc 2 st

16 Rear

19 Front

Max 150cc 4 st

16 Rear

19 Front


All other regulations as per MRA regulations