This event is organized & promoted by FMSCI, Government of India’s National Sports Federation
and will be held under the International Sporting Code of the FIA, applicable definitions of the CIK
and the National Karting Regulations of the MAI, the ASN of FIA in India, these Supplementary
Regulations and any further addendums and bulletins to the regulations.
Name of the event: 5 JK Tyre National Karting Championship
Organizers & Promoters : The Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India
Sponsors: JK Tyre Ltd.
MAI: Motorsports Association of India
FMSCI: The Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India
FIA: Federation Internationale de l'Automobile
CIK: Commission Internationale de Karting
NKR: National Karting Regulations of the MAI
CI: Cadet India
FI-J: Formula India - Junior
FI-S: Formula India – Senior
RQR: Regional Qualifying Round
BELT: Best Elapsed Lap Time
Event Management: Sportscraft, Mumbai
Technical Support: VCR Motor Sport, Goa.
Structure of Championship: 6 Regional rounds from where top 2 from the Junior & Senior and
the first from the cadet qualifiers go to the Grand Finals.
2. Organisers – Regional Qualifying Rounds (RQR):
Event Venue Organizer Telephone
One Hyderabad RUNWAY 9, Medchal Rd., Kompally, Secunderabad. 56550660
Two Bangalore SPEED ZONE, Shanti Niketan, Sadaramangal White Field 8410869,
Rd., P.O. Mahadevpura, Bangalore – 560048 8410883
Three Goa GO A KART RACING, NH 17, Belloy Nuvem, Goa. 2791005
Four Mumbai HAKONE GO KARTING SPORTS CENTRE, Hiranandani 5797373
Gardens, Cliff Avenue, Powai, Mumbai – 400076.
Five ** Kolkata MONTE CARLO KARTING CIRCUIT, Clowntown, 24369322
Baishnabghata, Patuli Township, Eastern Metropolitan
Bypass, Garia, Kolkata – 700084.
Six ** ROAD RASH GO KARTING, Opp. Gujarat High Court, 7487009
Ahmedabad Sarkheg – Gandhinager H’way, Ahmedabad – 382481.
Finals Delhi TBA (Subject to approval by the MAI) TBA
** Subject to homologation by the MAI
Rights and Obligations of the organisers: The organisers may issue any bulletin to
participants, a written bulletin when issued shall be signed by each participant as proof of
receipt and shall have the same legal force as these Regulations. All bulletins will be
communicated, dated and sequentially numbered. These bulletins shall have the force (and
will constitute an integral part) of these regulations and will be posted on the official notice
board at the circuit.
3 Date and Place of RQR
Event Organiser / Venue Date
RUNWAY 9, Medchal Rd., Kompally, Secunderabad.
One 01-03 Oct Clockwise
Tel : 56550660
SPEED ZONE, Shanti Niketan, Sadaramangal White
Two Field Rd., P.O. Mahadevpura, Bangalore – 560048. 08-10 Oct Clockwise
Tel: 8410869, 8410883
GO A KART RACING, NH 17, Belloy Nuvem, Goa. Anti-
Three 22-24 Oct
Tel: 2791005 Clockwise
HAKONE GO KARTING SPORTS CENTRE,
Hiranandani Gardens, Cliff Avenue, Powai, Mumbai –
Four 29-31 Oct Clockwise
MONTE CARLO KARTING CIRCUIT, Clowntown,
Baishnabghata, Patuli Township, Eastern Anti-
Five 12-14 Nov
Metropolitan Bypass, Garia, Kolkata – 700084. Clockwise
ROAD RASH GO KARTING, Opp. Gujarat High
Court, Sarkheg – Gandhinager H’way, Ahmedabad –
Six 19-21 Nov Clockwise
FINALS TBA 25-26 Dec TBA
4. Officials of the Meeting
Officials will be appointed by the MAI in conjunction with participating clubs. The officials will be
listed in the Event Supplementary Regulations.
Chief Steward See CIBs for individual RQR venues
Stewards See CIBs for individual RQR venues
See CIBs for individual RQR venues
Clerk of the Course See CIBs for individual RQR venues
Asst. Clerk of the Course See CIBs for individual RQR venues
Race Director (Starter) See CIBs for individual RQR venues
Asst. Race Director See CIBs for individual RQR venues
Secretary of the Meet See CIBs for individual RQR venues
Jt. Secretary of the Meet See CIBs for individual RQR venues
Chief Scrutineer See CIBs for individual RQR venues
Scrutineer See CIBs for individual RQR venues
Chief Physician See CIBs for individual RQR venues
Chief Time Keeper See CIBs for individual RQR venues
Classes to compete
Class Age Driver Weight
Cadet 8 to 12 years 25 kgs
Junior 13 to 15 years 40 kgs
Senior 16 years and above 60 kgs
Ladies 12 years and above
Cadet : Must have celebrated his 8 birthday before the event or must celebrate his 12 birthday
in the 2004 calendar.
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Junior : Must celebrate his 13 , 14 or 15 birthday in the 2004 calendar
Senior : Must celebrate his 16 birthday or above in the 2004 calendar
Ladies: Must celebrate their 12 birthday or above in the 2004 calendar
Titles To be awarded:
JK Tyre National Karting Champion 2004
JK Tyre Junior Open Karting Champion 2004
JK Tyre Cadet Karting Challenge 2004
Senior Class : National Championship
Junior Class: Open
Cadet Class: Open
The Ladies Class will run at all regional rounds as an independent race (with Open status) not
counting for the Championship. The race will run on the basis of a maximum of 6 starters per
heat and by the process of elimination will have 6 finalists.
5.1 Technical details of karts
Model FI CK3 FI K3
Class Cadet Junior & Senior
Length 1650 mm 1840 mm
Width 1190 mm 1280 mm
Height (max) 550 mm 550 mm
Weight 64 kg 76 kg
Chassis tube dia. 28.5mm 30.0mm Magnetic steel
Wheelbase 900 mm 1040mm
Track Adjustable front and rear
Ride height Adjustable front Adjustable rear
Rear axle solid 25mm 30 mm hollow – 4.9 mm min thickness
Wheel rim front 5” Die cast aluminium
Wheel rim rear 5” Die cast aluminium
Tyres – Control JK2 - Front - 10.0 x 4.50 - 5,
Will be supplied.
for all classes JK2 - Rear - 11 x 7.10 - 5
Caliper mechanical Hydraulic
Clutch Dry 3 shoe centrifugal
Briggs 5 bhp Briggs 12 hp.
Engine Four stroke - sealed
(198 cc) (206 cc)
Steel tube CIK Specs followed
Body work – Nose
Moulded splinter-proof plastic – breakaway type CIK type
Bodywork – Side
Moulded splinter proof plastic CIK type
Front Bumper Steel tube
Rear Bumper Steel tube full loop type extending - center of rear wheels
NOTE: For reasons of safety and in consideration of the slippery track surface of Runway 9,
karts used in the Junior and Senior classes at this venue will be Zip karts powered by Honda
GX160 engines producing 5.5 bhp.
5.1a Number Plates –Shall have rounded corners (radius 8 to 12 mm) with 22 cm sides. The
number must be at least 15 cm high and 2 cm thick. They must be fitted to front, rear and both
sides. Number plates where used must be securely attached and numbers always legible.
Cadet - White background with Red numbers.
Junior and Senior - White background with blue numbers.
5. Entry - Entrants, drivers and participants in general are required to be fully conversant with these
regulations and Specific rules or instructions governing any event and are (by reason of their entry
therein) definitely bound by such regulations, Specific rules or instructions. Officials of any event shall
have (and exercise) their powers during the entirety of any event. All licence holders, whether competing
or not, are bound by the rules at all times when attending these events.
Knowledge of the Regulations
o Every person, body, group of persons, etc., promoting, organising or participating in a
competition or event, by and upon applying for an agreement, sanction or permit or
licence of any kind shall by doing so be deemed to and recognise that:
o They have acquainted themselves with the International Sporting Code and these
Regulations and submit themselves without reservation to the consequences resulting
from the application of these Regulations.
o Have agreed to exonerate and keep indemnified all bodies; sponsors and their agents,
circuit owners, race organisers and their officials and agents, FMSCI / MAI / FIA / CIK-
FIA and its directors, officers, officials and its subsidiaries, agents and associate
members, from and against all liability whatsoever to any such person or body or group of
persons respectively in respect of, or in connection with any meeting, competition, or
event held under these Regulations, from whatever cause arising or alleged to arise and
not withstanding that the same may have been contributed to, or occasioned by, the
negligence of the said bodies, their agents, officials, servants, or representatives.
o In the case of entrants and drivers in events, have agreed in the circumstances to
exonerate and keep indemnified all and any other competitors, their servants and agents,
from and against any liability whatsoever, including direct liability, to such entrants or
drivers in connection with the driving of karts or any other act, omission, or occurrence
during the course of a competition or official practice.
o Have agreed as set out in this Regulation with each and all the persons and bodies
referred to in those Regulations and so that each and any of those persons or bodies
shall be entitled to the benefit of such agreements.
Acknowledgment of These Regulations
o Every driver, entrant, official, promoter, Organiser or other participant in this event, and
every person who is issued a licence agrees, without reservation, to conduct themselves
in accordance with these Regulations.
Non - Liability and indemnity to organisers
o The organizers decline liability for any accident caused by or to any entrant or competitor
or third party or to the competing vehicle either before or during the events. The
organisers, also decline the liability for breach of any law in which the competitor may be
involved in and each competitor shall declare to the duly authorised official or to the
organisers, in regards to any and all incidents from which liability may arise and shall
indemnify the organisers, sponsors, FMSCI, MAI, FIA, CIK-FIA, Government of various
State and Government of India in regards to all liabilities. The entrant and his executor /
administrators and legal representatives shall not have any claim whatsoever on the
organisers, sponsors, FMSCI, MAI, FIA, CIK-FIA, Government of various States,
Government of Indian, their officials, agents, representatives, employees, owners of the
race tracks and all persons assisting them in the events either before or during the event.
o Each entrant and competitor will execute and deliver an indemnity, declaration and
undertaking as stated at the back of the entry form. Failure to do so will result in the
competitor not being allowed to start. Under NO circumstances, will any entrant
competitor, marshal or official admit any liability or sign any form or paper, which may
admit or indicate liability of the organizers in any accident or incident which may arise.
6.1 Entry Fee – Each Round each Class.
The Entry Fee shall be Rs. 100.00
Late entry fee – an additional Rs. 100.00 will be added to all entries received after the
time and date when Entry closes. No entry will be taken after the close of the Late Entry.
The entry fee for all classes can be paid by a demand draft payable at the venue where
the competitor is seeking to participate in favour of the venue Track. No responsibility will
be taken for non-receipt of entry fees sent unaccompanied.
Drivers qualifying for the Grand Finals at any Regional Qualifying Rounds cannot submit
an entry for the remaining rounds.
Entry forms, which are not complete, except as permitted by these regulations or which
are not accompanied with the appropriate fee, may be rejected.
A separate entry form is to be completed for each round of the Championship.
Entry Forms not filed before the closing date and time may be deemed null and void.
No amendments are permitted to be made to the entry form after being submitted.
By signing the entry form, the entrant as well as the driver submit and bind themselves to
accepting these regulations as detailed in the Preamble in total.
An entry form that contains false and / or incorrect statements shall be deemed null and
void, the entry fee may be forfeited and the entrant/driver excluded from the meet.
If insufficient entries are received for a class, the class may be cancelled.
Entry fees or part thereof will be refunded only under the following circumstances:
If any entry is not accepted – 100%
If the date of the event is altered – 100%
If the event is cancelled – 100%
6.2 Closing time for entries at each venue:
Standard Late Standard Late
1800 hrs 18:00 hrs 1800 hrs 18:00 hrs
Hyderabad 27/09/04 29/09/04 Kolkata 08/11/04 10/11/04
Bangalore 04/10//04 06/10/04 Ahmedabad 15/11/04 17/11/04
Goa 18/10/04 20/10/04
Mumbai 25/10/04 27/10/04
6.3 Driver Eligibility
1. This is open to all competitors holding a valid MAI Karting Competition License.
2. Competitors desirous of obtaining a competition licence may do so by applying through the
organising circuit or directly to the FMSCI or MAI who will issue the licenses carrying both
the logos of MAI and FMSCI.
3. Competitors must produce their Licence for inspection before commencing practice or race.
4. The stewards may exclude any driver whose driving is dangerous or displays lack of
experience and understanding of racing a kart.
5. Competitors must comply with any particular requirement or bye-law of the Circuit.
6. Drivers under the age of 18 must ensure that all paperwork is countersigned by a Parent or
Guardian who must be in attendance at the event and must be available to attend with the
minor if the driver is required to be interviewed by an Official of the event or penalised by the
Clerk of the Course.
7. Competition license fees is - MAI Licence fees apply
8. For Ladies Class MAI Clubsport license @ Rs.100/= will suffice.
No self-owned karts are allowed and the number stickers and all advertising will be the
prerogative of the promoter. Driving jackets will be supplied by the track owners during the heats
and the finals. Competitors will be free to use their helmets for the use for their publicity. No
publicity material should clash with the main sponsors, or any other co-sponsors.
7. Minimum Entries
The minimum number of entries per Specified Class shall be:
Cadet. 4 entries
Junior. 8 entries
Senior 8 entries
Ladies 4 entries
If insufficient entries are received for a class, classes may be cancelled at the discretion of the
8. Format of Racing – RQR and Grand Finals
Driver’s finishing within 105% of the best-elapsed lap time in a particular class will be
deemed to have qualified.
The starting grid for the first Heat is based on the qualifying results.
The starting grid for the second Heat is based on the qualifying results.
The starting grid for the Final is the finishing order of the Second Heat. The qualifying
results will be used to decide Grid position 2 from the two winning drivers. Grid 3 will be
occupied by the driver with the better qualifying time out of the second place finishers of
the second heat and so on to the eight position.
8.1 Non-Qualifying or Free Practice:
Every driver will have 10 laps prior to qualifying.
8.2 Method of qualifying for Heats.
Drivers who have passed Scrutineering are permitted to draw lots in the presence of a
Steward to determine their place on the list of qualifying drivers.
Any Driver having crossed the line drawn at the exit of the start area will be considered
as having started and his lap time will be taken into account, whatever the circumstances.
Any lap fully covered is counted.
Every driver is permitted 3 qualifying laps, the Best Elapsed Lap Time (BELT) achieved is
used to determine his position amongst the qualifiers.
Drivers achieving times within 105% of the best class time will be eligible for selection
Qualifying will strictly be done by draw of lots
Number of qualifiers per class.
Regional Qualifying Rounds -
Class Grand Finals
No. drivers – Qualifying 105%
Cadet 16 Drivers who placed first in Cadet & and
Junior 24 the first and second placed Junior &
Senior at RQRs will qualify through
Senior 24 BELTs for grid position in heats
o The best lap time in qualifying sessions will be that competitor's qualifying time.
o Heat Grid positions will be determined by qualifying times.
o Fastest qualifying will start from grid position one etc.
o If two drivers have the same qualifying time then their second fastest time will be
o Timing will be electronic, with AMB transponder fitted to every kart.
8.3 Method of Starting for RQR Heats, Pre-finals, Finals and for Grand Finals
Class Start type
Cadet Standing - using flags - double grid
Junior Rolling - using flags - single line
Senior Rolling - using flags - single line
Rolling Start :
a) Karts will line up in a single line in accordance with their grid positions. The Karts will be
separated by one kart length in front and the rear of the kart from each other, this gap will
be maintained during warm up and formation lap behind the pace kart. The pace of the
warm up and formation laps will be controlled by the pace kart behind whom the first grid
position kart will maintain a distance of at least 3 metres (approximately 10 feet)
b) The driver must maintain his grid position until the starting signal has been given. Failure
to do so may incur a penalty. The starter will be in a position near the starting line. A
driver not in his correct grid position should signify by raising his hand above his head.
Hands raised unnecessarily will incur a penalty. The field will complete one full warm up
lap in a single line prior to the formation lap before the start signal is given. It is the
driver’s responsibility to retain his grid position and the starter is not obliged to allow any
additional formation lap to allow a driver who has lost his place to regain it.
c) Weaving to warm up tyres during the warm up lap is permitted
d) Weaving to warm up tyres during the formation lap is prohibited
e) The starter will give the start signal as soon as he is satisfied with the formation. It is
forbidden for drivers to accelerate until the front kart has crossed the yellow acceleration
line painted on the track or the start signal has been given, whichever occurs first.
f) In the event of karts breaking formation before the start of a race or not complying with
the requirements of Rule 19.19 the event may be stopped at the discretion of the Starter
and / or Clerk of the Course / Stewards. The offending driver or drivers may be
Acceleration & Start Lines
1. Acceleration Line : A Yellow line painted on the track 25 meters prior to the start
line. This is known as the acceleration line. When karts are approaching the
start line in anticipation of a start, it is forbidden for drivers to accelerate until the
front kart has crossed the yellow acceleration line.
2. Start Line : A white line across track, which may also be the finish line.
NOTE : DRIVERS MAY SEEK CLARIFICATION IF NOT CLEAR ABOUT ANY ASPECT OF THE
8.3.1 Heats: RQR
Based upon drivers with BELT qualifying times. Drivers will be divided into groups for forming
grids. Best-timed driver will grid first in Group A, second best timed driver grids first Group B etc.
Fifth best driver grids second in Group A and so on.
Drivers Select finishing Heat 1 Pre-Finals
Class Per position per Groups Groups
heat heat A,B,C,D A,B,C,D
Cadet 4 1st & 2 - A,B 4
Junior 6 1st,2nd,3rd A,B,C A,B 8
Senior 6 1st,2nd,3rd A,B,C A,B 8
8.3.2 Heats for GRAND FINALS
Drivers Select finishing Pre-Finals
Class Per position per Groups
heat heat A,B,C,D
Grids based on
Cadet 6 A 6
the heat position
Junior 6 1st,2nd,3rd & 4 A,B 8
Senior 6 1st,2nd,3rd & 4 A,B 8
8.4 Number of Laps RQR and GRAND FINALS
Place of Free Qualifying Pre-
Heat 1 &
events + 1 in and 1 out lap Finals
Cadet 5 3 3 2 4
Bangalore Junior 10 3 5 5 7
Senior 10 3 6 6 8
Cadet 8 3 5 5 8
Junior 10 3 8 8 13
Senior 10 3 8 8 13
Cadet 10 3 5 5 9
Junior 10 5 8 8 14
Senior 10 5 8 8 16
Ladies 5 5
Cadet 8 3 5 5 8
Junior 10 5 16
Senior 10 5 18
Ladies 5 6
Cadet 10 3 8 8 12
Junior 10 5 10 10 16
Senior 10 5 10 10 18
Ladies 5 7
Cadet 7 5 5 5 7
Junior 10 5 8 8 12
Senior 10 5 8 8 15
Ladies 5 3 5
8.5 Determination of Winners – Regional Qualifying Rounds and GRAND FINALS
Class Heat 1 Pre-Finals & Finals For Grand Delhi Finals
Cadet N/a Based upon finishing order First Finishers at RQRs
Junior Based upon finishing order First & Second Finishers at
Senior Based upon finishing order RQRs
Grand Finals – The JK Tyres National Champion will be selected based upon the finishing
order in the Senior Class.
9. Timetable RQR – Times will be strictly adhered to – The circuit will be the venue.
Close of Standard Entry Monday prior to race weekend – 18:00 hrs.
Close of Late Entry Wednesday prior to race weekend – 1800 hrs
Karter’s 1 Driver Instruction (K1DI) course Friday prior to race weekend – 16:00 ~ 18:00 hrs.
Official Free Practice Friday prior to race weekend – 18:00 ~ 21:00 hrs
Qualifying Saturday race weekend – 10:00 ~ 13:00 hrs
Driver Briefing & Scrutineering Saturday race weekend – 16:00 ~ 17:00 hrs
Heats Saturday race weekend – 1715 ~ 21:30 hrs
Semi Finals for Seniors and Finals followed
Sunday race weekend – TBA
by Prize Distribution
Timetable for Grand Finals - TBA
10. Mechanical Breakdown Lane - A mechanical breakdown lane will not be in use.
11. Safety - It is the responsibility of the driver to become familiar with all the safety requirements
of competition karting.
11.1 Scrutiny - scrutiny will be conducted to check drivers apparel and safety gear. The times for
scrutiny at the track will be outlined in the Event Supplementary Regulations. All driver's safety
equipment must be inspected before entering the track for official practice.
11.2 Flag Signals
Green Used by the Starter to start all track sessions
and races, and sometimes by corner marshals
to indicate that the track is clear
Yellow Any yellow flag is a signal of danger of any
nature at or beyond the station displaying the
Yellow Motionless Take care, Danger, Slow down. NO PASSING
FROM THE FLAG UNTIL PAST THE
Note : A driver may encounter several
YELLOW flags before reaching the emergency
area. The requirements are the same, SLOW
DOWN, NO PASSING.
Yellow Waved Great Danger. Slow Down. Be prepared to
stop. NO PASSING FROM THE YELLOW
FLAG UNTIL COMPLETELY PAST THE
EMERGENCY AREA (S).
Note : At an Emergency Area, there may be
multiple karts involved in an accident. It is the
driver’s responsibility not to pass until fully past
the end of the emergency area(s).
Full Course Yellow During a full-course yellow, the starter will
display two(2) yellow flags. Whenever
possible, double yellow flags will be displayed
from flag stations around the circuit to indicate
a full-course yellow condition
Red at start / finish Should a decision be made to stop any track
session, including a race, because of an
accident or an incident, a RED flag will be
shown at the Start / Finish line.
It is the responsibility of all drivers to stop
racing immediately, slow down, exercise
extreme caution, be prepared to stop, and
proceed to the start / finish line. Karts must
stay in single file. It during a qualifying or race
session, no work or service shall be performed
on any karts until after the track has been re-
opened, except under the direction of the
Steward or Technical Delegate.
Blue Motionless A lapping competitor is following you very
Blue waved A faster competitor who is ahead of you is
going to lap you. Let him overtake as soon as
possible, keeping safety upper most when
moving to the side
White Slower moving vehicle ahead
Black & White with a Kart number Warns the driver of unsportsman like or unsafe
conduct and that a penalty may be pending.
Flag is only used once per driver per on-track
Black & Kart Number Stop for consultation at the pits or at a location
designated by the Steward or Clerk of the
Black with orange Dot & Kart Number Informs the driver of a mechanical problem
likely to cause danger and to reduce speed and
stop at the pits.
Black & White Checkered Race over and the leader has crossed the
finish line. All racing must stop and drivers
must slow down, complete one more lap and
return to the pits or other designated area.
Dark visors not permitted when
used after sunset. Pivoting jaw
11.3 Head and Face Protection system helmets not permitted.
Visors must only pivot from a
point fixed to the outer shell.
Neck support collar optional.
Rib Protectors optional.
Recommended, incase not
Drivers Suit available, Tough cotton denim
Gloves Compulsory -full finger cover.
Compulsory -Ankle length
12. Abandonment or Postponement -.
Entry fee will be refunded by the organizers only in the following circumstances
a) If entry is not accepted
b) If a ‘Reserve entry’ is finally not accepted
c) If the event is cancelled
12.1 Alterations to the Supplementary Regulations -
As per the International Sporting Code of the FIA.
Regional Qualifying Rounds:
First Second Third
Cadet Class Trophy + Rs. 5000.00 Trophy + Rs. 3000.00 Trophy + Rs.2000.00
Junior Class Trophy + Rs. 10000.00 Trophy + Rs. 7000.00 Trophy + Rs. 5000.00
Trophy + Rs.
Senior Class Trophy + Rs.15,000.00 Trophy + Rs. 7500.00
Ladies Class Trophy + Rs.5000.00 Tropby + Rs.3000.00 Trophy + Rs.2000.00
Cadet Class Trophy + Rs. 10000.00 Trophy + Rs 7500.00 Trophy + Rs 5000.00
Trophy + Rs Trophy + Rs
Junior Class Trophy + Rs. 20000.00
Trophy + Rs. 20000 +
Trophy + Rs. 10000 +
3 rounds in a
Senior Class 1 round in a Formula
Formula Maruti in the
JK Tyres TBA + Sponsored Drive in the Maruti in the JK TYRE
JK TYRE NATIONAL
National JK Tyre National Racing NATIONAL RACING
Karting Championship 2005. CHAMPIONSHIP
Note: Regional qualifiers for the Grand Final will receive start money, and lodging
arrangements for attending the Grand Final.
*Taxes on prizes as applicable will have to be borne by the recipient.
14. Insurance - Entrants / competitors attention is particularly drawn to the fact that normal
insurance policies issued in India does not provide cover for motor sports. Please note that the
organisers will be taking out the group insurance policy for competitors and the officials to the
tune of Rs.10,000/- per head with hospitalisation. However, if you desire you can obtain
additional personal accident benefit insurance including hospitalization benefit plan A.
Under No circumstances will any Driver, Competitor, Marshal or official admit any liability or sign
any form or paper, which may admit or indicate liability of the organisers in any accident or
incident, which may arise.
15. Noise Levels - Not Applicable
16. Fuel - The fuel will be supplied by the tracks from a common source of unleaded pump fuel
for all karts during the event.
17. Judges of Fact
Listed here are judges of fact that will operate at the meeting. Also clearly stated are the fact that
they will judge.
o The Starter shall be the judge of fact while under the starters control and will
determine competitors who break the start order, impede, delay or unduly effect
the start procedure.
o The Chief Lap scorer shall be the judge of fact as to the number of laps
completed and the finishing order of any event.
o The Chief Observer and CoC shall be the judge of fact as to the discipline
followed during the course of a race.
o The Weigh Marshal shall be judge of fact as to the correctness of the weighing
equipment and the procedure followed during weighing of drivers.
18. Driver’s ballast -
Drivers who are below the specified class weight will carry ballast. Drivers are weighed along with
their full kit as will used during practice and racing.
The class weights given (5. Classes to compete) above are absolute minimums and it must be
possible to check them at any moment of competition, upon decision to verify, by the Event
Stewards or Scrutineers. Weight must be in compliance at any time during event competition, the
driver being normally equipped for the race (helmet, suit, goggles, gloves, shoes and other
Drivers may be weighed immediately after their race.
Ballast weights of 2 kgs, 4 kgs or combinations of 2 kgs and 4 kgs weights will be attached to
karts to achieve class weight category. In cases where total weight is 1 kg below weight category,
2 kg will be used.
How it works: Where a class weight category is 40 kgs and the driver weighs in at 39 kgs, 1
weight of 2 kgs will be used, taking the weight to 41 kgs.
At all times the weighing procedure will be under the control and direction of the Weigh Marshal,
as judge of fact, who may take whatever procedures he deems necessary to achieve an accurate
measurement. Refer to the relevant chapter (5. Classes to compete) for minimum race weights.
No solid, liquid or gaseous matter or substance is permitted to be added to a kart or given to a
driver from the time of the dropping of the checkered flag and the weighing of the kart and driver.
No kart or driver is permitted to leave the weighing area without the authorisation of the Chief
Scrutineer. Any infringement of these provisions relating to the weighing procedures may entail
the exclusion of the driver concerned.
18.1 Driver Briefing -
Drivers must attend the driver briefing (9. Timetable RQR) and sign the attendance register.
Failing this, drivers may be subject to exclusion from the event.
18.2 Data logging & telemetry
The use of all systems of data logging or telemetry is forbidden.
18.3 Stopping a Race Article 9.21 of MAI NKR
18.4 Incidents Article 9.24 of MAI NKR
Driver/s involved in an incident will be indicated of their penalty by means of a black and white
diagonal flag with the corresponding kart number displayed at the start/finish line. The driver is
expected to stop within 2 laps of the flag being displayed at the designated area for a 10 second
time penalty or he/she may be excluded from the race.
18.5 Dead Heats
If two or more drivers finish the season with the same number of points, the higher place in the
Championship will be awarded to:
o The driver with the higher number of first place finishes in the heats leading to the
o If the number of first places is the same, the number of second places and so on.
o If this procedure fails to produce a result, the qualifying times leading to the race will
18.6 Podium Ceremony
At the conclusion of each race, the drivers finishing Third, Second and First will climb onto the
podium in the same order.
19. Protests & Appeals Article 9.25 of MAI NKR
All protests must be made to the Clerk of the Course in a reasonable manner.
o The Clerk of the Course will not take any action, unless the protest is in writing within
15 minutes after the provisional results are declared. The time limit is applicable
separately for heats and finals.
o Protest must be in writing accompanied by a fee of Rs. 3,000/-
o Protests on results of the finals must be made in writing, within 20 minutes of the end
of the meeting.