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					             Griffith Off Road Club Inc presents the



MTQ Engine Systems
   Griffith 700
     Round 3 – 2010 Australian Off Road Championship
       Round 4 – 2010 NSW Off Road Championship

                 23, 24 & 25 July 2010
  and would like to acknowledge the support of the following
               MTQ ENGINE SYSTEMS GRIFFITH 700
                   SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS
1.   TITLE AND EVENT
     The event will be known as the MTQ Engine Systems Griffith 700 and will be a dual
     status National Championship and NSW State Championship Long Course Off Road
     Event conducted at the Griffith Blue Dot Speedway complex and adjoining properties in
     the state of New South Wales on 23rd, 24th and 25th July 2010.

     The event will be Round 3 of the 2010 Australian Off Road Championship and Round 4
     of the 2010 New South Wales Off Road Championship.

2.   AUTHORITY AND PERMIT
     The event will be held under the International Sporting Code of the Federation
     Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), the National Competition Rules of the
     Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd (CAMS), General Conditions for All Titles,
     the Off Road Standing Regulations 2565 the 2010 Australian Off Road
     Championship Sporting Regulations, these supplementary regulations and any further
     regulations, instructions or bulletins which may be issued.

     The event will be conducted under and in accordance with the CAMS Risk
     Management and Occupational Health and Safety policies, which can be found on the
     CAMS website at ZZZFDPVFRPDX

     The CAMS permit number for the event is 810/2507/01

3.   SPONSORS
     The sponsor of the event will be MTQ Engine Systems (Aust) Pty Ltd.
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4.   PROMOTER
     The event will be promoted by the Griffith Off Road Club Inc. ABN 87 904 920 368,
     which has appointed the Organising Committee listed below.

     The official event address, to which all correspondence must be sent, will be:

     The Event Secretary
     Jan Siviour
     PO Box 5004
     GRIFFITH NSW 2680

     Phone / Fax     02 6963 6341
     Mobile          0429 444 114
     email           siv701@bigpond.com




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                     Round 4, 2010 New South Wales Off Road Championship                    Page 1 of 13
5.   ORGANISING COMMITTEE
     The Organising Committee of the event will be:
     Les Siviour    0429 444 114
     Andy Ryan      0428 634 858
     Shannon Irvin 0427 487 921
     Jan Siviour    0409 444 114

6.   PRINCIPAL OFFICIALS
     Clerk of the Course                             Murray Rogers               0412 259 246
     Assistant Clerk of the Course                   Shannon Irvin               0427 487 921
     Event Secretary                                 Jan Siviour                 0429 444 114
     Assistant Event Secretary
     Chief Time Keeper / Scorer                      Julie Rogers                0419 830 414
     Chief Scrutineer                                Warwick Collis              0428 685 315
     Chief Medical Officer
     Competitor 5HODWLRQV Officer/s (CRO)            Daniel Rogers               0417 910 675
     Event Checker                                   Phil Hateley                0417 879 644
     Compliance Officer                              Marilyn Emmins              0418 301 512
     CAMS Observer                                   Graham Humphreys
     Off Road Technical Commissioner                 Morris Williams

7.   STEWARDS OF THE MEETING
     1.  Judyth HumphreyV (Chairman/AORC Series)
     2.  Allan Denney
     3.  John Sendall

8.   ENTRY DETAILS
     Entries open on Monday 17th May 2010 and close at 5:00pm on Friday 16th July 2010.

     The fee for entries received by 5.00pm on Friday 2nd July 2010 will be $550.00 for
     AORC Competitors and $350 for NSW State Competitors. The fee for entries received
     thereafter until the closing date will be $650.00 for AORC Competitors and $450.00 for
     NSW State Competitors.

     Additional navigators may compete, providing they are properly nominated on the entry
     form and an additional fee of $20 is paid.

     The entry fee includes Driver/Navigator and 2 pit passes. $15.00 is payable for each
     additional pit pass.

     The Entry fee includes a copy of a DVD of the Event produced by Black Olive
     Productions. This will be forwarded to competitors post event. Additional copies may
     be purchased for $50 each.

     Entries are limited to 100 and acceptance will be determined in order of receipt. All
     entries must be made on the official entry form, and must be accompanied by the
     requisite entry fee.

     Entries will not be accepted unless accompanied by the relevant payment.


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                      Round 4, 2010 New South Wales Off Road Championship                       Page 2 of 13
     CAMS Public Liability and Personal Accident Insurance will be provided for
     competitors, competing crew, and nominated pit crew according to Appendix I of the
     2010 CAMS Manual of Motor Sport.

     Entries withdrawn by written advice only to the Event Secretary before Friday 16th July
     2010 will receive a partial refund. No refunds will be granted for entries withdrawn after
     this date.
     All cheques are to be made payable to the “Griffith Off Road Club Inc.”
     Direct Deposit may be made to
     BSB 802 058
     Acc# 50879
     Acc Name Griffith Off Road Club Inc

     Entry Forms may be emailed to siv701@bigpond.com. Please note that if you send your
     entry by email you must bring the signed original to scrutiny and documentation. Payment
     for emailed entries must be received by the close of entries.(Refer NCR 76 & 81)

     The organisers reserve the right to refuse an entry in accordance with the provisions of
     NCR 83 (ii) & (iv) of the 2010 CAMS Manual of Motor Sport.

     The organisers reserve the right to abandon, cancel or postpone the event as provided
     for in NCR 59 of the 2010 CAMS Manual of Motor Sport or to cancel the event if less
     than 60 entries are received by close of entries. Refer ORSR Article 4.8.

9.   SCRUTINY
     9.1 Times and Venues
         Refer Article 11.1 – 11.5 of the CAMS Australian Off Road Championship
         Sporting Regulations. Scrutiny will be conducted for all crews:

           Monday 19 July 2010 – Sydney
           5:30pm to 7:30pm rear of Mobil Service Station, Kellyville
           Contact - Ian Irons 02 4577 2680

           Wednesday 21 July 2010 – Crookwell
           5:30pm to 6:30pm at Dick Allport Spares
           Contact - Dick Allport 02 4832 1321

           Wednesday 21 July 2010 – Hunter Valley
           5:30 to 7:30pm at Singleton Exhaust Centre
           Contact - Peter Avery 02 6572 3608.

           Wednesday 21 July 2010 – Taree
           5:30pm to 7:00pm at Sowter Engineering
           Contact - Peter Sowter 02 6552 3852

           Wednesday 21 July 2010 – Kempsey
           5:30pm – 7:00pm at Bridgestone Kempsey
           Contact - Maurie Fuller 02 6562 1366




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            Wednesday 21 July 2010 – Warialda
            5:30pm to 7:00pm at the Warialda Highway Service Centre
            Contact - Terry Rose 02 6729 0158

            Friday 23 July 2010 – Griffith
            4:00pm – 8:00pm at the Griffith Showgrounds – Walla Avenue
            Vehicles are required to remain on public display until 8:00pm.
            Scrutiny may proceed past 8:00pm, however competitors must register their
            presence with the Chief Scrutineer prior to the stated close off time.

            Competitors that participated in regional scrutiny are required to place their
            vehicles on display at the Griffith Showgrounds from 5:00pm to 8:00pm and to
            collect their event documentation and approval to start the event at this time.

            Competitors must present all competition apparel at Scrutiny for examination.
            Competitors are reminded of their responsibility to present themselves and their
            teams appropriately for television purposes.

      9.2   Documentation
            The following documentation will be checked prior to scrutiny CAMS Off Road
            Competition licences, CAMS Pass Books, civil driving licences, CAMS vehicle log
            books, current CAMS-affiliated club membership cards, and Competitor (if not the
            driver) licences (if applicable).

            Nominations for the AORC Tri-Series may be made up until the close of
            documentation.

            Refer to Article 13.4 of the 2010 Australian Off Road Championship Sporting
            Regulations.

10.   CREW BRIEFINGS
      Refer Article 7 of the 2010 Australian Off Road Championship Sporting Regulations.

      Briefings for competing crew will be conducted on Saturday 24th July 2010 at 8.30am,
      prior to the prologue, and on Sunday 25th July 2010 at 6.30 am before the event
      proper. Briefings will take place at Event Headquarters, Blue Dot Speedway.

      Attendance at each crew briefing by each entered crew member is compulsory, and
      each competing crew member is required to sign on. Cases of non-attendance may be
      referred to the stewards by way of a formal charge, which may result in a penalty.

11.   RUNNING DETAILS
      11.1 General
           The venue for the event will be the Blue Dot Speedway complex, approximately
           10km west of Griffith – see attached map.

            The event will consist of 8 continuous laps of an approximately 87km course for
            AORC competitors.

            NSW competitors will complete 4 continuous laps of an approximately 87km
            course.




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                       Round 4, 2010 New South Wales Off Road Championship                    Page 4 of 13
The course surface is dirt, sand, gravel, rocks, clay and grass.

For AORC competitors the event will consist of one section of 8 continuous laps
for a total competitive distance of approximately 700km.
3 x 15 minute fuel stops will be allowed.
All other fuel stops and any repairs are to be completed in competitors own time.
For NSW competitors the event will consist of one section of 4 continuous laps
for a total competitive distance of approximately 350km.
2 x 15 minute fuel stops will be allowed.
All other fuel stops and any repairs are to be completed in the competitors own
time.

The compulsory time for each fuel stop is 15 minutes.
This time will be deducted from competitors running time. Any additional time
spent in the refuel area over the allocated 15 minutes will be added to
competitors running time.

The competition will start at 7:30am on Sunday 25th July 2010 and will be
preceded by a prologue on Saturday 24th July 2010 commencing at 11:00am to
determine starting positions.

The Start control for AORC competitors will close immediately after the fastest
AORC competitor has completed 8 laps.
The Finish control will close 90 minutes after the fastest AORC competitor has
completed 8 laps, ie;
AORC competitors will not be able to commence another lap after the fastest
AORC competitor has completed 8 laps, or at the Clerk of Course’s discretion.

The Start control for NSW competitors will close immediately after the fastest
NSW competitor has completed 4 laps.
The Finish control will close 90 minutes after the fastest NSW competitor has
completed 4 laps, ie;
NSW competitors will not be able to commence another lap after the fastest NSW
competitor has completed 4 laps, or at the Clerk of Course’s discretion.

The Event is a one section event:
   • AORC Outright and Class places will be scored on the most number of
      laps up to 8 completed in the fastest time.
      To be classified as a finisher, AORC competitors must complete at least 4
      laps.

   •   NSW Outright and Class places will be scored on the most number of
       laps up to 4 completed in the fastest time.
       To be classified as a finisher, NSW competitors must complete at least 1
       lap.

   The Clerk of the Course has the right to stop any crew and prevent his/her
   continuation should he deem it unlikely for that crew to complete the course
   within the allowed time. (Refer to Article 11.7 Allowed Time)




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           Round 4, 2010 New South Wales Off Road Championship                    Page 5 of 13
11.2 Reconnaissance
     Reconnaissance of the Prologue will take place on Saturday 24th July 2010
     commencing at 9:00 am.
     No vehicle will be permitted to commence prologue reconnaissance after 9:30am.
     This reconnaissance may be undertaken in race vehicles or road registered
     vehicles.

     Reconnaissance of the whole course will commence at 2:30pm on Saturday 24th
     July 2010.
     No vehicle will be permitted to commence reconnaissance of the whole course
     after 3:00pm.

     Reconnaissance must be undertaken in road registered vehicles only, due to the
     inability to close public roads on Saturday.
     Competitors who do not have access to a suitable road registered vehicle may
     make application to the organisers no later than 7 days prior to the event to be
     transported over the competition course.

     The maximum speed permitted on reconnaissance is 100k/mh. This will be
     monitored and enforced. Any competitor or crew found to have exceeded the
     100km/h speed limit will be charged and a penalty of up to and including
     exclusion will be recommended.

     Each occupant of a vehicle undertaking reconnaissance must wear a seat belt.
     Occupants in competition vehicle must be fully race attired.

     All non-competition vehicles participating in the Reconnaissance must display
     their competition number on the passenger side front windscreen of the vehicle in
     a position that does not interfere with the driver’s visibility.

     Competitors will provide their own competition numbers to the following
     specifications;
        • Size 150 mm
        • Colour “Dayglo” yellow with no background
        • Typestyles “Helvetica Bold”, “Zurich Bold” and “Ariel Bold” as per
             Schedule K.

11.3 Prologue
     The prologue will be held on Saturday 24th July 2010 starting at 11:00am.
     The length of the prologue will be approximately 20km.

     Competitors will start the prologue in an order determined by the organisers on
     the basis of anticipated speeds within class, and prologue start times will be
     issued with Further Regulations.

     Competitors not finishing the prologue may apply to the organisers to be seeded.
     The closing time for applications for seeding will be 2:00pm on Saturday 24th July
     2010.




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                Round 4, 2010 New South Wales Off Road Championship                 Page 6 of 13
11.4 Course Marking
     Track marking will be in accordance with standard signs as noted in Article 7 of
     the Off Road Standing Regulations of the 2010 CAMS Manual of Motor Sport.
     Any additional track marking will be advised in further regulations.

11.5 Passage Controls
     Competitors will not be required to stop at any passage control unless instructed
     by an official, or unless stopping to report an incident.

11.6 Refuelling
     Refer Article 4.10 of the 2010 Australian Off Road Championship Sporting Regulations.
     All refuelling will be carried out in the designated refuel area. (See attached map)
     AORC competitors will be allowed 3 x 15 minute fuel stops.
     NSW competitors will be allowed 2 x 15 minute fuel stops.

      The following are the only activities which may be carried out in the refuel area:
       a. Refuelling
       b. Eating and drinking by crew members
       c. Use of the toilet
       d. Cleaning of goggles/visors/windscreens
       e. Refill windscreen washer containers
       f. Covered bonneted vehicles may lift the bonnet and look only
       g. Competitors drink bottles may be refilled
       h. Crew changes will be permitted
       i. Changing of camera batteries and fitment of cameras for video recording

     No mechanical work is permitted in the refuel area as is the addition of any other
     liquids. All other repairs and work is to be carried out in the pits and in the
     competitors own time after release from the refuel area.

     If a competition vehicle enters the refuel area, fuel must be added.
     Only 2 additional crew personnel (other than driver and navigator) are permitted
     in the refuel area to assist with refuelling.

     Fuel must be ‘Commercial Fuel’ or ‘Diesel Fuel’ in accordance with Schedule G
     and GR27 of the 2010 CAMS Manual of Motor Sport.

     Attire for crew shall comply with Article 4.6 of the Off Road Standing Regulations
     of the 2010 CAMS Manual of Motor Sport.

11.7 Allowed Time
     To be classified as a finisher, a crew shall complete the following:

     AORC Outright and Class competitors
     Placings will be calculated on the highest number of laps, up to 8, completed in
     the shortest time taken with a minimum of 4 laps to be completed to be classified
     as a finisher.
     The start control will close immediately after the fastest AORC competitor has
     completed 8 laps.
     The finish control will close 90 minutes after the fastest AORC competitor has
     completed 8 laps, ie;
     AORC competitors will not be able to commence another lap after the fastest



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                 Round 4, 2010 New South Wales Off Road Championship                   Page 7 of 13
           AORC competitor has completed 8 laps, or at the Clerk of the Course’s
           discretion.

           NSW Outright and Class competitors
           Placings will be calculated on the highest number of laps, up to 4, completed in
           the shortest time and with a minimum of 1 lap to be completed to be classified as
           a finisher.

           The start control will close immediately after the fastest NSW competitor has
           completed 4 laps.

           The finish control will close 90 minutes after the fastest NSW competitor has
           completed 4 laps, or at the or at the Clerk of the Course’s discretion, ie;
           NSW competitors will not be able to commence another lap after the fastest NSW
           competitor has completed 4 laps, or at the or at the Clerk of Course’s discretion.

12.   PENALTIES
      12.1 In addition to the penalties provided for in Article 18 of the 2010 Australian Off
            Road Championship Sporting Regulations, the following penalties may be
            applied by the stewards of the event for the actions indicated.
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13.   PROTESTS
      Protests, if any, shall be lodged in accordance with Part XII of the NCR.

      Crews are reminded that, in accordance with NCR 205, there is no right of protest or
      appeal against the decision of a Judge of Fact.

14.   PIT AREA, PADDOCK AREA
      Refer to Article 14.2 and 14.3 of the Off Road Standing Regulations in the 2010 CAMS
      Manual of Motor Sport.
         • Pit and competing crews must display their passes on the outside of garments
             at all times whilst in the pit area
         • Smoking and the consumption of alcohol are not permitted in the refuel, pit or
             welding area
         • No unauthorised persons, including persons under the age of 16, are permitted
             in the refuel and pit area.
         • Crew members are reminded of their responsibility regarding the wearing of
             passes at all times and of the entry of unauthorised persons into their pit area.
         • Welding may only occur in the area designated for this purpose.
         • The refuel, pit and paddock areas will be clearly signed and fenced.
         • Entry in and out of the refuel and pit area must be via the designated entry
             point/s.
         • Speed limit in the refuel area and pits is 20k/mh
      Breaches of these regulations may be referred to the Stewards by way of a formal
      charge, which may result in a penalty.


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15.   GENERAL
      15.1 Recovery
           The Event organisers will provide recovery throughout the event. A number of
           recovery vehicles will be located around the course. They will be identified. No
           persons other than authorised officials and crew members will be permitted on
           the course without written consent of the Clerk of the Course or his Assistant/s.
           Where possible disabled vehicles will be taken to an access point where they can
           be recovered by their crew.

           Crew members of disabled vehicles are required to stay with their vehicle until
           they are recovered. If able to be towed they will be taken to the nearest access
           point.

           The crews of the disabled vehicles must obtain a map and signed authority from
           Event Headquarters/Clerk of the Course or Assistant/s to recover their vehicle
           and must advise Event Headquarters on completion of recovery. At no time may
           any part of the course be used to recover the vehicle, nor may any part of the
           course be transversed to access the vehicle for recovery.

           The organisers reserve the right to refuse this permission on the grounds of
           safety.

           Under no circumstances are competing crews to organise their own recovery
           requirements without first obtaining written authority from the Clerk of the Course
           or his Assistant/s to do so.

      15.2 Sweep Vehicle
           A sweep vehicle will follow the last competitive vehicle to check the course and
           ensure that all vehicles are recovered.

      15.3 Incident Reports
           Each competitor will be supplied 2 Incident Report sheets. In the event of an
           accident, or a competing vehicle becoming disabled, other than temporarily, one
           crew member from that vehicle must complete, as soon as possible, an Incident
           Report. Navigators must carry a pen and pencil for this purpose.

           The incident report must be then handed to the crew of the next competing
           vehicle to arrive at the scene, and this vehicle must stop and receive the incident
           report. Crews are not required to wait while verbal messages are given.

           In the event where physical injury has occurred or appears to have occurred time
           may be allowed at the Clerk of the Course’s absolute discretion to one or more of
           the following vehicles if they have stopped to render assistance. Any such claim
           for time allowed must be lodged within time permitted for lodging protests, in
           writing, with the Clerk of the Course and must be substantiated by a crew
           member from another vehicle or by an official.

           No claim for time will be allowed other than in accordance with the above, or
           unless a vehicle is held by an event official and the time held is officially
           recorded.




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      Vehicles which are involved in an accident involving damage shall be re-
      examined by the Chief Scrutineer or his delegate before being permitted to take
      further part in the competition.

15.4 Judges of Fact
     Control Officials, Starter and Timekeepers will be deemed Judges of Fact with
     regard to whether or not a vehicle follows the prescribed course, relative order,
     time of arrival, direction of travel, direction of entry into controls, start procedure
     and jumping the start.

      Radar operators and timekeepers will be judges of fact as to whether a vehicle
      exceeds the speed limit on reconnaissance,

      Competitors are reminded that, in accordance with NCR 205, there is no right of
      protest or appeal against the decision of a Judge of Fact.

15.5 Safety
     Refer to Article 13 of the Off Road Standing Regulations in the 2010 CAMS
     Manual of Motor Sport in relation to:
     Apparel
     Safety Harnesses
     Fire extinguishers
     Hot Work Area
     Emergency Procedures
     Procedures in Case of Injury
     Warning Triangles
     Flags

15.6 Use of Prohibited Substances
     The CAMS Anti-Doping Policy (refer CAMS web site, Licensing, Competitors) is
     recognised as an integral component of the NCR and is duly authorised as such.
     In any areas where the National Competition Rules and the Anti-Doping Policy
     conflict, the Anti-Doping Policy will take precedence.

      During any event, consumption of alcoholic beverages in the paddock, pits or any
      other portion of the competition venue under the control of the officials is
      expressly forbidden until all practice or competition activity is concluded for each
      day. Any driver or crew member who is found to be affected by alcohol on the
      day of the event or practice therefore shall not be permitted to participate. Refer
      NCR 145A. In addition, the persons concerned will be subject to the Articles of
      the Standard Operating Procedure for Alcohol Testing and CAMS Anti-Doping
      Policy.

      Competitors, crews or officials may be randomly tested for alcohol by a CAMS
      Accredited Testing Official (CATO) or other drugs by the Australian Sports Anti-
      Doping Authority (ASADA) at any time during the event.

15.7 Video Footage
     Any video footage taken by competitors (in-car or otherwise), shall not be aired
     on television (free to air or cable) or made available for sale, without the prior
     written consent of Off Road Racing Commercial Development Inc (ORRinc).




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                  Round 4, 2010 New South Wales Off Road Championship                    Page 10 of 13
     Upon request by the Clerk of the Course or the Stewards, any footage relating to
     the competition taken by competitors shall be made available at the event for
     viewing.

15.8 Sponsors Advertising
     An area 30cm wide x 30cm high must be reserved on the bottom of the front
     bonnet and on each side of the front door area for major sponsor’s advertising or
     for the promotion of the MTQ Engine Systems Griffith 700

15.9 Promotional Activity
     The promotional activity (Media & Sponsors rides) will consist of 1 lap of the
     modified/shortened prologue track with vehicles starting at 1 minute intervals.

     The vehicle/s may only be driven during the activity by an entered driver with a
     CAMS National Off Road Licence who must also hold a valid civil drivers licence,
     and have had driving experience in at least 3 events.

     The activity will consist of 1 lap of a modified course which is part of the event
     Prologue course, which will be marked in accordance of Art 7 – Off Road
     Standing Regulations. Speeds must be less than those attained in competition
     and the driver must be in full control of the vehicle at all times.

     The driver in the activity will reconnoitre the course prior to carrying a passenger
     in the promotional activity.

     If involved in an incident/accident during such activity, the driver shall be subject
     to an inquiry by the Stewards of the Event who will examine the circumstances of
     that incident and determine whether due and appropriate care was taken during
     the activity.

     This activity is not a competition and therefore will not be timed nor be subject to
     any awards.

     Time Schedule
     The promotional activities will be conducted at the completion of the Prologue.

     Eligibility
     Only the invited competition cars and drivers are eligible for this activity. Only the
     invited sponsors and media will be eligible for the rides and as a passenger only.

     The Clerk of the Course will have final say in the driver/passenger combination
     and will countersign the passenger disclaimer to this effect.

     Vehicles used in this activity will comply with event regulations.

     The minimum age for this activity is 12. The Chief Scrutineer will approve the
     passenger for the activity based on physical stature and suitability for the
     installed safety items.

     The Clerk of the Course or his nominated representative will provide a crew
     briefing for driver/passenger of the activity.




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                Round 4, 2010 New South Wales Off Road Championship                    Page 11 of 13
           The disclaimer for this activity must be read and signed by each passenger. If
           passenger is under 18 the disclaimer must also be signed by a parent/guardian.

           Safety
           a) Each passenger will be required to wear a CAMS approved helmet.
           b) Passengers attire will be required to comply with the Off Road Standing
              Regulations and article 3.5 of the CAMS Manual.
           c) Ambulance, fire crew and all marshals and officials shall be present at the time
              of promotional activity.
           d) If at any time the passenger wishes to cease the activity, a signal given of
              “thumbs down” will indicate to the driver to cease any ‘at speed’ activity
              immediately.

      15.10 Longest Jump Activity
            The Longest Jump activity will consist of a competitor given two attempts at
            driving their competition vehicle over a specially constructed jump and the
            distance to where the vehicle’s front wheels first touch the ground being
            measured.

           A cash prize of $1,000 will be awarded for the longest distance.

           This activity will be known as “The Performance Metals Longest Jump”

           Time Schedule
           The Longest Jump activity will be conducted at the completion of the Prologue.

           Eligibility
           Only competition vehicles and crew are eligible for this activity and must have
           nominated to participate in this activity with their entry.

           Vehicles used in this activity will comply with event regulations.

16.   PASSES
      Passes will be issued to all nominated crew members and officials. Passes will allow
      admittance to the event venue and access to the pit area.

17.   AWARDS
      Prize money will be paid as stipulated in Article 16 of the AORC Sporting Regulations.
      In addition prizes will be awarded to AORC and NSW State Championship 1st, 2nd,
      and 3rd Outright, 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each class.
      Other prizes and awards will be made at the discretion of the organisers.

18.   PRESENTATION DINNER
      A presentation dinner will be held at the Griffith Leagues Club Ltd, Jondaryan Avenue,
      Griffith on Sunday Evening at 7.30 pm. Tickets will be $35 for adults and $15 for
      children under 12. Children under 3 are free. Tickets are limited to 250.




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19.   GUIDE TO COMPETITORS
      A Guide to Competitors is issued with these Regulations. This guide contains
      information which does not form part of the regulations of the event, but will be of
      assistance to competitors.

      It should be noted that the contents of the Guide for Competitors are of no regulatory
      value and may not be used as the basis of a protest.




                      Griffith Off Road Club - MTQ Engine Systems Griffith 700
                          Round 3, 2010 Australian Off Road Championship
                      Round 4, 2010 New South Wales Off Road Championship              Page 13 of 13

				
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