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									                                  2009 RACE CHAMPIONSHIP SPORTING

                                         & TECHNICAL REGULATIONS

                                  Toyo Tires Jaguar XJS Championship
THIS CHAMPIONSHIP IS FOR COMPETITORS                                        Date:                   Circuit:    Organising Club/
PARTICIPATING IN JAGUAR 6 CYLINDER & V12 XJS CARS.                          Apr 4th                Snetterton                  CSCC
                                                                            Apr18 & 19th           Anglesey (2 Races)          CSCC
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1. SPORTING REGULATIONS - GENERAL                                           May 9                  Brands Hatch Indy           CSCC
                                                                            May 24                 Mallory Park                CSCC
1.1     Title & Jurisdiction:                                               Jun 13th               Oulton Park                 CSCC
        The Toyo Tires Jaguar XJS Championship is organised                 Aug 1st                Silverstone                CSCC
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        and administered by the Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club in                 Sep 5/6                Cadwell (2 Races) MGCC/ CSCC
        accordance with the General Regulations of the Royal                Oct 17/ 18             Snetterton (2 Races)      CSCC
        Automobile Club Motor Sports Association                    1.6     Scoring:
        (incorporating the provisions of the International          1.6.1   Points will be awarded to Competitors listed as
        Sporting Code of the FIA) and these Championship                    classified finishers in the Final Results as follows:-
        Regulations.                                                        Position in Class: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
                                                                            Points:            11 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
        MSA Championship Permit No C HR2009/088                             The fastest competitor in each class during practice will
               MSA Championship Grade: C                                    receive 3 points, second in class 2 points & third in
                                                                            class 1 points.
1.2     Officials:                                                          One point will be awarded to the fastest race lap in each
1.2.1   Co-ordinator:                                                       class
        Terry Paul Dye, Edgeworth, Charfield Road,                          One point will be awarded to each starter & one point
        Kingswood, Glos, GL12 8SL. Tel 01453 842399                         awarded to each finisher.
1.2.2   Licenced Eligibility Scrutineer:                                    In the event that there are fewer than 3 starters in any
        John Cochrane, 136 Osward, Courtwood Lane,                          class, then half points (above) will be awarded.
        Croydon, CR0 9HE. Tel 0208 657 0418
1.2.3   Championship Stewards:                                      1.6.2   The totals from all qualifying rounds less 1 will
        Graham Searle, Ken Bell & Keith Vincent                             determine final championship points and positions.
                                                                    1.6.3   Ties shall be resolved using the formula in G.11 in the
1.3     Competitor Eligibility:                                             2009 MSA Yearbook.
                                                                    1.7     Awards:
1.3.1   Entrants must be fully paid up valid membership card        1.7.1   All awards are to be provided by the Race Meeting
        holding members of the Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club and in              Organising Club
        possession of a valid 2009 MSA Entrants Licence             1.7.2   Per Round for each Class: 6 starters or more 1st-3rd
1.3.2   Drivers and Entrant/Drivers must be fully paid up valid             trophies: 3-5 starters 1st & 2nd trophies: 2 starters 1st
        membership card holding members of the Jaguar                       trophy only.
        Enthusiasts’ Club, be Registered for the Championship       1.7.3   Championship: 1st in Class & 1st Overall trophies
        and be in possession of valid Competition (Racing) B        1.7.4   Bonuses: None
        STATUS Licence (or higher),Or be a professional driver      1.7.5   Presentations:
        in possession of a valid Licence (featuring an E.U. flag)           Garlands and Trophies are to be provided for
        and medical, issued by the ASN of a member country of               presentation at the end of each race or at an end of the
        the European Union.                                                 meeting presentation ceremony.
1.3.3   All necessary documentation must be presented for           1.7.6   Entertainment Tax Liability.
        checking at all rounds when signing-on.                             In accordance with current government legislation, the
1.4     Registration:                                                       Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club is legally obliged to withhold
1.4.1   All drivers must register as competitors for the                    tax at the basic rate on all payments to non-UK resident
        championship by returning the Registration Form with                sportsmen/women.
        the Registration Fee to the Co-ordinator prior to the               That is, those persons who do not have a normal
        Final Closing date for the first round being entered.               permanent residence in the UK. The UK does not
1.4.2   The Registration Fee is £75 - Made payable to:- JEC                 include the Isle of Man, Channel Islands or Eire. This
1.4.3   Registrations will be accepted from 1st January 2009                means that, as the organiser, the JEC is required to
        until 30th September 2009                                           deduct tax at the current rate applicable from any such
1.4.4   Registration numbers will be the permanent Competition              payments they may make to non-UK residents. Under
        numbers for the Championship.                                       certain circumstances, it may be possible for
                                                                            competitors to enter into an agreement with the Inland
1.5     Championship Rounds:
                                                                            Revenue to limit the tax withheld. Any application for
        The Toyo Tires XJS Championship will be contested
                                                                            such an arrangement must be made in writing and not
        over 11 Rounds as follows:
                                                                            later than 30 days before the payment is due.
                                                                            For further information contact:- The Inland Revenue,
                                                                            Foreign Entertainers Unit, Centre for Non-Residents, St

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         John’s House, Merton Road, Merseyside L69 9BB. Tel:                     as set out in the MSA Regulations G.15. The Clerk of
         0151 472 6488 F 0151 472 6483.                                          the Course and/or Stewards of the Meeting shall have
1.7.7    Title to all Trophies:                                                  the right to exclude any driver whose practice times or
         In the event of any Provisional Results or Championship                 driving are considered to be unsatisfactory - as per MSA
         Tables being revised after any provisional presentations                Regulation G.15.
         and such revisions affect the distribution of any awards
         the Competitors concerned must return such awards to            3.5     Races:
         the JEC in good condition within 7 days.                                The standard minimum scheduled distance shall be 15
                                                                                 minutes plus 1 lap whenever practicable but should any
2.      SPORTING REGULATIONS - JUDICIAL                                          race distance be reduced at the discretion of the Clerk
        PROCEDURES                                                               of the Course or Stewards of the Meeting it shall still
2.1     Rounds: In accordance with Section C (d) of the 2009                     count as a full points scoring round.
        MSA Yearbook .
2.2     Championship:In accordance with Section C (d) of                 3.6     Starts:
    the   2009 MSA Yearbook .                                            3.6.1   All race start countdowns are to have a minimum
                                                                                 elapsed period of 3 minutes from the time all cars are
3.       SPORTING REGULATIONS - CHAMPIONSHIP RACE                                released to form up on the grid to the start of the Green
         MEETINGS & RACE PROCEDURES                                              flag Lap(s) in the formation as specified on the Track
                                                                                 Licence for each circuit.
3.1      Entries:                                                        3.6.2   The minimum Countdown procedures/audible warnings
3.1.1    Competitors are responsible for sending in correct and                  sequence shall be:-
         complete entries with the correct entry fees prior to the                           Standing/Rolling Starts:-
         entry dates which shall be 10 days before each round.                   1 minute to start of Green Flag/Pace Lap - Start
3.1.2    Incorrect or incomplete entries (Including Driver to be                 Engines/Clear Grid.
         Nominated Entries) are to be held in abeyance until they                30 Seconds - Visible and audible warning for start of
         are complete and correct and the date of receipt for                    Green Flag/Pace Lap.
         acceptance of entry purposes shall be the date on which         3.6.3   The use of tyre heating/heat retention devices, tyre
         the Secretary of the Meeting receives the missing or                    treatments and compounds is prohibited.
         corrected information or fee.                                   3.6.4   Any cars removed from the grid after the 1 minute stage
3.1.3    Any withdrawal of Entry or Driver/Car changes made                      or driven into pits on Green Flag lap shall be held in the
         after acceptance of any entry must be notified to the                   pitlane and may start the race after the last car to take
         Secretary of the Meeting in writing. If Driver/Vehicle                  the start from the grid has passed the startline or pitlane
         changes are made after publication of Entry Lists with                  exit, whichever is the later.
         Final Instructions the Competitor concerned must apply          3.6.5   Any drivers unable to start the Green Flag/Pace lap or
         for approval of acceptance by the Stewards of the                       start are required to indicate their situation as per MSA
         Meeting BEFORE Signing-On.                                              Regulation G.53 and any drivers unable to maintain grid
3.1.4    The Maximum Entry Fee for each round shall be in                        positions on the Green Flag Lap to the extent that ALL
         accordance with the Supplementary Regulations for that                  other cars are ahead of them, may complete the Green
         round.                                                                  Flag lap but MUST remain at the rear of the last row of
3.1.5    In the event of any rounds being oversubscribed the                     the grid but ahead of any cars to be started with a time
         Organising Clubs, in liaison with the JEC may at their                  delay.
         discretion run Qualification Races. For Qualification           3.6.6   Excessive weaving to warm-up tyres - using more than
         Race Procedures see 3.13 of these Regulations.                          50% of the track width, and falling back in order to
3.1.6    Reserves are to be nominated on the Final List of                       accelerate and practice starts, is prohibited.
         Entries published with Final Instructions or Amendment          3.6.7   A five second board will be used to indicate that the grid
         Sheet Bulletins. All Reserves will practice and replace                 is complete. The red lights will be switched on five
         withdrawn or retired entries Reserve Number order                       seconds after the board is withdrawn. In the event of
         irrespective of class. If Reserves are given Grid Places                any starting lights failure the Starter will revert to use of
         prior to issue of the first Grid Sheets for any round the               the National Flag.
         times set in Practice shall determine their grid positions.
         If Reserves are given places after publication of the grid      3.7     Race Stops
         sheet and prior to cars being collected in the Official         3.7.1   Should the need arise to stop any race or practice, RED
         "Assembly Areas" they will be placed at the rear of the                 LIGHTS will be switched on at the Startline and RED
         Grid and be started without any time delay.                             FLAGS will be displayed at the Startline and at all
         Otherwise, they will be held in the Pitlane and be                      Marshals Signalling Points around the Circuit.
         released to start the race after the last car to start the
         GREEN FLAG LAP or last car to take the start has                        This is the signal for all drivers to cease circulating at
         passed the startline or pitlane exit, whichever is the                  racing speeds, to slow to a safe and reasonable pace
         later. Such approval to start MUST be obtained from                     and to return to the starting grid area which will
         the Clerk of the Course.                                                automatically become a Parc Ferme area.

3.2      Briefings:                                                              Cars may not enter the Pits unless directed to do so.
         Organisers should notify Competitors of the times and                   Work on cars already in the Pits must cease when a
         locations for all briefings in the Final Instructions for the           race is stopped.
         meetings. Competitors must attend all briefings.
                                                                         3.7.2   Case A - Less than two laps completed by Race leader.
3.3      Practice:                                                               The Race will be null and void. The race will restart
         The minimum period of practice to be 6 laps.                            from the original grid positions. Competitors unable to
         Should any Practice Session be disrupted the Clerk of                   take the restart may be replaced by reserves who will
         the Course shall not be obliged to resume the session                   start from the back of the grid in reserve order. Gaps on
         or re-run sessions to achieve the championship criteria                 the grid should not be closed up. The length of the
         and the decision of the Clerk of the Course shall be                    restarted race will be determined by the Clerk of the
         final.                                                                  Course.

3.4      Qualification:                                                  3.7.3   Case B - More than two laps completed by Race Leader
         Each driver should complete a minimum of 3 laps                         but less than 75% . The Race will restart from a grid set
         practice in the car to be raced and in the correct session              out by the finishing order of part one, (as per G.53).
         in order to qualify for selection and order of precedence               The result of the race will be the finishing order at the
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         end of part 2. [Unless specified differently herein]. The                 supplemented by a message being simultaneously
         length of the restarted race will be determined by the                    broadcast to all marshals’ posts if such a
         Clerk of the Course.                                                      communication system is available.

3.7.4    If the leader has completed more than 75% of the race          3.14.5     Flashing yellow lights may also be used at the start-
         distance or duration it shall not be re-started and the                   line and at other points around the circuit.
         results will be declared in accordance with MSA
         Regulation G.53.                                               3.14.6     All competing cars, when notified of the Safety Car
                                                                                   intervention (by the flag signals, “SC” boards, or by
3.8      Re-Scrutiny:                                                              any other means) will reduce speed and line up
         All vehicles reported involved in contact incidents during                behind the Safety Car, no more than 5 car lengths
         races or practice must be re-presented to the                             apart, and maintaining the same speed as it.
         Scrutineers before continuing in the races or practice.                   Overtaking or overlapping of any other competing car
                                                                                   during a Safety Car intervention is forbidden.
3.9      Pits & Pitlane Safety:                                                    Overtaking of a Safety Car is forbidden unless the
3.9.1    Pits. Entrants must ensure that the MSA, Circuit                          particular competitor concerned is signalled to
         Management and Organising Club Safety Regulations                         overtake the Safety Car by the observer in the Safety
         are complied with at all times.                                           Car.

3.9.2    Pitlane: The outer lane or lanes are to be kept                3.14.7     When ordered to do so by the Clerk of the Course, the
         unobstructed to allow safe passage of cars at all times.                  observer in the Safety Car will wave past any cars
         The onus shall be on all Drivers to take all due care and                 between the Safety Car and the race leader. These
         drive at minimum speeds in pitlanes.                                      cars will continue at reduced speed and without
3.9.3    Refuelling: May only be carried out in accordance with                    overtaking until they reach the line of cars behind the
         the MSA G.67-70 Regulations, Circuit Management                           Safety Car.
         Regulations and the SRs or Final Instructions issued for
         each Circuit/Meeting.                                          3.14.8     While the safety car is in operation, competing cars
3.9.4    Speed Limit         Pit Lane Speed Limit will be as                       may enter the pit lane, but may only rejoin the track
         documented in the regulations of the venue on which                       when signalled to do so and not when the safety car
         the Meeting is being held or Circuit regulations.                         and the line of cars following it are about to pass or
                                                                                   are passing the pit exit. A car re-joining the track
3.10     Race finishes:                                                            must proceed at an appropriate speed until it reaches
         After taking the Chequered Flag drivers are required to:                  the end of the line of cars behind the Safety Car.
         Progressively and safely slow down, remain behind any
         competitors ahead of them, return to the Pit Lane              3.14.9     The Safety Car will remain in operation until at least
         Entrance/Paddock Entrance as instructed, comply with                      the majority of competing cars on the circuit are lined
         any directions given by Marshals or Officials and to                      up behind it.
         keep the helmets on and harnesses done up while on
         the circuit or in the pitlane.                                 3.14.10    When the Clerk of the Course calls in the Safety Car it
                                                                                   will extinguish the yellow/amber flashing lights prior to
3.11     Results:                                                                  exiting the circuit. This would normally be such that a
         All Practice Timesheets, Grids, Race Results are to be                    minimum of 25% of a lap for circuits over 2 miles and
         deemed PROVISIONAL until all vehicles are released                        50% of a lap for circuits under 2 miles should be
         by Scrutineers after Post Practice/Race Scrutineering                     completed by the Safety Car with its lights
         and/or after completion of any Judicial or Technical                      extinguished.
         Procedures.
                                                                        3.14.11    Following the safety car extinguishing its lights, and
[3.12 Timing Modules:*]                                                            prior to passing the green flag, the race leader will
                                                                                   maintain the pace set by the Safety Car. The race
[3.13 Qualification Races:*]                                                       leader will dictate the pace and, if necessary, fall more
                                                                                   than five car lengths behind it. In order to avoid the
3.14 Operation of Safety Car                                                       likelihood of accidents before the safety car returns to
                                                                                   the pits, from the point at which the lights on the car
3.14.1     The Safety Car will be brought into operation to                        are extinguished drivers must proceed at a pace which
           neutralise a race upon the sole decision of the Clerk of                involves no erratic acceleration or braking nor any
           the Course. The Safety Car will be driven by an                         other manoeuvre which is likely to endanger other
           experienced circuit driver (in accordance with GR B27)                  drivers or impede the restart.
           and will carry an observer capable of recognising all
           competing cars and who is in permanent radio contact         3.14.12    As the Safety Car is approaching the pit entry, the
           with race control.                                                      green flag will be displayed at the start/finish line and
                                                                                   the “SC” board withdrawn. Following this display of
3.14.2     The Safety Car, yellow/amber lights illuminated, will                   the start signal yellow flags and “SC” boards at the
           normally join and exit the circuit from the pit lane and                marshals posts will be withdrawn and be replaced
           the Safety Car boards will be shown initially from the                  with a waved green flag for one lap. The waved
           start/finish line. If these locations are to be varied                  green flag will flow around the circuit in both
           specific written instructions and verbal briefings will be              directions, as an adjacent post displays their waved
           issued detailing the exact locations to be used.                        green flag. This system may be supplemented by a
                                                                                   message being simultaneously broadcast to all
3.14.3     On the order from the Clerk of the Course, the Safety                   marshals’ posts if such a communication system is
           Car will join the circuit with its revolving lights on,                 available. Overtaking remains strictly forbidden until
           regardless of where the race leader is.                                 the start signal at the start/finish line is passed.

3.14.4     When the order is given to deploy the Safety Car a           3.14.13    Each lap covered while the Safety Car is in service will
           waved yellow flag and “SC” board will be displayed at                   be counted as a race lap unless specified to the
           the start/finish line. The waved yellow flags and “SC”                  contrary in Championship regulations.
           boards will flow around the circuit in both directions,
           as an adjacent post displays both their waved yellow         3.14.14.   Under certain circumstances the Clerk of the Course
           flag and “SC” board. This system may be                                 may ask the Safety Car to use the pit lane. In this
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             case, and provided its yellow/amber lights remain                        Meeting are to invoke the provisions of Regulation C (d)
             illuminated, all cars must follow it into the pit lane                   39 (c)
             without overtaking. Any car entering the pit lane            4.1.3.      Additional specific championship penalties:
             under these circumstances may stop at its                    4.2         Infringements of non-technical MSA Regulations
             designated garage area.                                                  and the Sporting Regulations issued for the
                                                                                      Championship:
3.14.15. Should it be necessary to stop a race during a Safety Car                    As per 2009 MSA Judicial Procedure Regulations.
            deployment the Safety Car, with all competing
            vehicles following, will pass through the red flag at         5. TECHNICAL REGULATIONS
            the start/finish line, complete one further lap at            5.1     INTRODUCTION:
            reduced speed and then, once the Safety Car comes                     The following Technical Regulations are set out in
            to a stop at a position indicated by the Safety Car                   accordance with the MSA specified format and it should
            observer (which will usually be either the grid or Parc               be clearly understood that if the following texts do not
            Fermé), all competing cars must stop behind it unless                 clearly specify that you can do it you should work on the
            otherwise directed.                                                   principle that you cannot.

3.14.16.In exceptional circumstances the following may apply:
     (i)    The race may be started behind the Safety Car. In this        5.2       GENERAL DESCRIPTION
            case its revolving yellow/amber lights will be turned on
            at the two-minute signal. This is the signal to the           5.2.1     The JEC XJS Championship is for Competitors
            Entrants/Drivers that the race will be started behind                   participating in Jaguar XJS 6 cylinder & V12 cars
            the Safety Car and it will remain at the front of the grid    5.2.2     Classes are:
            during the remainder of the countdown. When the                         Class D       Standard production specification 6 cylinder
            Green Flag is shown at the Start/Finish Line, the                       3.6/4.0 Litre
            Safety Car will leave the grid and all cars will follow in              Class E       Road-going modified 6 cylinder 3.6/4.0 Litre
            single file in grid order no more than 5 (five) car                     & Modified      V12 Automatic.
            lengths apart. The race will be deemed to have started                  Class F       Standard V12 5.3/6.0 Litre Automatic
            when the Safety Car leaves the grid and the Green                       Class G       Road-going modified V12 5.3/6.0 Litre
            Flag is displayed.                                                       Class I      Other Jaguar XJS cars of unlimited
     (ii)    Cars will leave the grid in single file grid order behind              modification competing by prior specific invitation of the
            the Safety Car under the instruction of the Chief                       JEC. No championship awards will be provided for this
            Start/Finish Line Marshal. Cars will remain in single                   class. NOTE: In all cases invitees will be required to run
            file without overtaking, except that a car that falls                   Toyo control tyres.
            behind may regain its grid position if the cars behind it
            could not avoid passing without unduly delaying the           5.3       SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
            remainder of the field. In this case, Drivers may
            carefully overtake to re-establish their original starting    5.3.1     The Articles of MSA Appendix C (c) Safety Criteria
            grid order. If a car falls to the back of the grid, it must             Regulations as specified in section G Technical
            remain at the back of the grid.                                         Regulations of the Technical Regulations will apply.
     (iii)   Any car(s) delayed leaving the grid may not overtake         5.3.2     Additionally, a red warning light conforming to C (c). 69-71
            another moving car if stationary after the remainder of                 must be fitted.
            the cars had crossed the line. In this case the car(s)        5.3.3     Any fire extinguishers must conform with C (c) 52-66.
            shall remain at the back of the grid, in the order they       5.3.4     Competitor’s attention is drawn to the general safety
            left the grid.                                                          recommendations contained in C (c). 105-118.
     (iv) A time penalty or Drive Through Penalty may be
            imposed on any Driver who, in the opinion of the Clerk        5.4       GENERAL    TECHNICAL              REQUIREMENTS            &
            of the Course, unnecessarily overtakes another Driver                   EXCEPTIONS
            during these laps.
     (v)     The “SC” boards and Yellow Flags will be displayed           5.4.1       All vehicles must comply with the requirements
            at Marshals' Signalling Posts around the circuit until                    contained in sections C (b) & G of the MSA Technical
            the Clerk of the Course withdraws the Safety Car from                     Regulations
            use in accordance with Regulation 3.14.10, 3.14.11.           5.4.2       Parts must be standard Jaguar production items unless
            and 3.14.12.                                                              specified otherwise in these regulations.
     (vi)    All laps undertaken in this start procedure will be          5.4.3       The JEC is particularly anxious that the cars racing are
            deemed to be counted as race laps                                         a credit to the Jaguar marque. All cars taking part in
                                                                                      this Racing are expected to be turned out in a manner
3.14.17.Any car being driven unnecessarily slowly, erratically or                     that respects this objective.
         which is deemed potentially dangerous to other drivers
         at any time whilst the safety car is deployed will be            5.5       CHASSIS
         reported to the Clerk of the Course. This will apply             5.5.1     Underbody/Subframe to remain standard as original
         whether any such car is being driven on the track, the                     although strengthening is allowed. The vehicle is to be
         pit entry or the pit lane.                                                 robust & structurally corrosion free. Vehicles will be
                                                                                    subject to inspection.

                                                                          5.6       BODYWORK
4. CHAMPIONSHIP RACE PENALTIES:
4.1     Infringements of Technical Regulations:
                                                                          5.6.1       Modifications Permitted
4.1.1   Arising from post practice Scrutineering or Judicial
                                                                          5.6.1.1     General
Action:
                                                                                      All Classes Inner wings & inner bodywork must be
        Minimum Penalty: The provisions of MSA Regulations:
                                                                                      retained in their entirety. Drivers seat crossmember
        C (d) 36.
                                                                                      MAY be modified to aid fitment of non-standard seat.
4.1.2   Arising from post race Scrutineering or Judicial Action:
        Minimum Penalty: The provisions of MSA Regulations:                           Headlamp pods may be modified to aid cooling/airflow.
        C (d) 39(a) &(b).                                                             Classes E & G Boot floor may be removed (Boot well
                                                                                      only). Apertures for cooling/airflow purposes may be
          For infringements deemed to be of a more serious                            added to inner front wings subject to a total surface area
          nature the Clerk of the Course and/or Stewards of the                       of 0.1 sq metres. Unstressed interior panels may be
                                                                                      drilled subject to no loss of structural integrity.

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5.6.1.2    Interior                                                                Engine location to be as factory specification e.g. Crank
           Classes D & F - Interior must retain original                           centre line & Bellhouse flange face.
           dashboard, centre console, instrumentation &                   5.7.4 Oil/Water Cooling
           switchgear in their entirety. Door panels & rear quarter             Radiators free but must be in original location.
           panels may be modified to facilitate the fitting of a roll           Standard fan may be removed & electric cooling fans may
           cage OR replaced by an aftermarket alternative (eg                   be fitted.
           aluminium sheet).                                                    Classes D & F – Heater systems to be retained intact.
           Loose floormats MUST be removed.                                     Heater matrix may be bypassed.
            All other soft trim (eg. headlining, rear seat, carpet,             Underbonnet air conditioning components may be
           soundproofing) MAY be removed. All subject to 5.4.3.           removed.
            Drivers seat MAY be replaced by a non-standard item                  Classes E & G – Heater systems may be removed.
           meeting safety requirements: passenger seat must be                  Modified oil coolers may be fitted
           retained or replaced with a matching unit. NOTE :                    Dry sump systems are prohibited
           Where standard seats are retained, the hinge                         Anti oil surge aids are permitted.
           mechanism for gaining access to the rear passenger
           compartment must be disabled by the fitment of a               5.7.5   Induction Systems
           robust bracket to meet scrutineering requirements.                     Air filters may be removed or substituted.
           NOTE : as per MSA requirements - all apertures                           Mechanical forced induction including turbo-charging
           between passenger compartment, fuel tank and engine                      prohibited
           bay must be adequately sealed.
           Central locking and cruise control systems, radio, cigar
           lighter, clock/ trip computer MAY be removed.                  5.7.6   Exhaust Systems
           Redundant wiring circuits MAY be removed.                              Classes D & F – Original manifolds to be used. Exhaust
           Instrumentation and switchgear additional to standard                  must exit the rear of the vehicle.
           MAY be fitted to the centre console and areas vacated                   Classes E & G – Manifolds free. Side exhaust permitted
           by the radio, clock or trip computer                                   .
           Door windows must operate via either electrical                5.7.7   Ignition Systems
           switches as original or mechanical winders.                              Any standard Jaguar production ignition system
           Classes E & G – Interior free although original                          permitted and must be the sole means of ignition timing
           dashboard surround must be retained.                                     advance/retard and distribution of the HT spark.
                                                                                    Aftermarket spark triggering system adaptations
                                                                                    permitted but must retain the original means of timing
                                                                                    advance and distribution of the HT spark. Multiple coils
                                                                                    permitted where this was standard fitment FOR THAT
5.6.1.3    Exterior                                                                 ENGINE.
           Cooling ducts & louvres are permitted in the bonnets
           subject to being no higher than 15mm and covering no
           more than 0.2 sq metres.                                       5.7.8 Fuel Delivery Systems
           Fixed Boot Spoilers are permitted, subject to their            5.7.8.1 Classes D & F - Standard injection systems must be
           vertical height from the lower edge of the bootlid not         used.
           exceeding 36.5 cm,                                                      Must be based on standard inlet manifolds.
           4 headlamp conversions permitted. Inner headlamp                        ZYTEC Systems prohibited. Throttle size may be
           may be removed.                                                        increased utilising standard throttle castings. NOTE: Only
           Grille & Headlamp surrounds must be retained.                          one throttle permitted per cylinder bank. Only standard
           Original bumpers to be retained or may be replaced by                  ECUs permitted but may have changes to programming,
           bumper skirt kits, skirt & matching side skirt. (Any                   mapping or circuitry, but must retain the original structure
           production or recognised aftermarket bumper and/or                     & technology as the essential means of operation.
           skirt assembly). Such kits must be fitted in their entirety,   5.7.8.2 Classes E & G – ZYTEC & aftermarket engine
           minimal modifications permitted for cooling purposes.                  management systems permitted. Throttle bodies free.
           Classes E & G – Lightweight bonnet, front wings,                       Carburettor conversions permitted subject to fitting within
           bootlid & doors permitted.                                             body profile
           Classes E & G – Perspex may replace glass within               5.7.8.3 Fuel Pressure Regulators free
           MSA guidelines.
                                                                          5.8     SUSPENSIONS
5.6.1.4    Silhouette
            The original plan and profile must be retained as per         5.8.1     Permitted Modifications
           production specification although 3.6 XJS bonnets are                    Components must be original standard design
           permitted, subject to provisions of 5.6.1.3 styling kits                 Original pick-up points and mountings may be
                                                                                    strengthened.
5.6.2      Modifications Prohibited                                                 Original suspension configuration to be retained.
5.6.2.1    General       N/a                                                        Additional rear anti-tramp bars permitted.
5.6.2.2    Interior      N/a                                                        Shock absorbers, anti-roll bars and springs may be
5.6.2.3    Exterior                                                                 uprated.
           Classes D & F – Lightening of bodywork prohibited. All                   Classes D & F – Front Subframe: Front mounts may
           panels to be hinged as original.                                         be replaced in polyurethane; Rear mounts must be
                                                                                    metalastic as original.
5.7       ENGINE                                                                    Classes D & F – Radius arms must be retained & may
                                                                                    be polyurethane bushed.
5.7.1     Permitted Modifications                                                   Classes D & F – Wishbone bush material must be non-
          Maximum capacity limits –                                                 metallic.
          6 Cylinder: 4 Litres, 12 Cylinder: 6 Litres                               Classes E & G – Subframe mounts, Front & Rear, may
          Reboring up to .060” allowed.                                             be solid.
          Classes D & F – Camshafts & Valve size to be standard                     Classes E & G – Mounting points may be modified and
          in size& profile.                                                         radius arms may be removed or replaced with brace
          Classes E & G – Camshaft & Valve sizes free.                              bars.
5.7.2     Prohibited Modifications                    N/a                           Classes E & G – Wishbone bush material free.
5.7.3     Location                                                        5.8.2     Prohibited Modifications

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          Classes D & F – Solid rear suspension mountings                      Classes D & F – Maximum width 225mm ; minimum
          prohibited (Metalastic type only).                                   profile 40%
                                                                               Classes E & G - Maximum width 245mm ; minimum
5.9      TRANSMISSIONS                                                         profile 40%

5.9.1      Permitted Modifications                                  5.14     WEIGHTS
           ALL manual V12 vehicles to run in Class G.
           Final drive ratios free.                                 5.14.1 Minimum vehicle weights are in post race trim with driver.
           Mechanical LSD only (no electronic control)                     If ballast weights are used, the securing bolts must be
           Classes D & F Standard Jaguar Production                        predrilled for the purpose of attaching scrutineers wire
           Salisbury/Dana Diffs only.                                      seals. The weight of the car may be verified during
           Automatic shift reprogram kits permitted on all                 random checks at any Championship race meeting.
           automatic gearboxes.                                     5.14.2 Class D minimum weight 1510 Kgs.
           Aftermarket auto gear selectors permitted (via           5.14.3 Class E minimum weight 1310 Kgs (6 Cylinder) & 1410
           mechanical cable only).                                         Kgs (V12).
           Torque Convertors free (no direct driver control         5.14.4 Class F minimum weight 1540 Kgs.
           permitted)                                               5.14.5 Class G minimum weight 1440 Kgs.
           Class D – Standard flywheel may be lightened using
           standard specification clutch & release mechanism.       5.15     FUEL TANK/FUEL
           Classes D & F – Original Jaguar production
specification.                                                      5.15.1    Original specification or replacement safety tank
           Classes E & G – Automatic gearbox may be substituted               permitted.
           with a manual gearbox.                                   5.15.2    No fuel additives of any description permitted.
           Classes E & G – Flywheel & clutch free.                  5.15.3    AVGAS is prohibited.
5.9.2      Prohibited Modifications
           Traction control systems prohibited.                     5.16     SILENCING
           Sequential manual gearboxes prohibited
                                                                    5.16.1     All vehicles must be silenced to within MSA levels
5.10     ELECTRICS                                                             specified in Blue Book C (b) 23

         Classes D & F – Lights, wipers, washers, horns etc must    5.17     NUMBERS & CHAMPIONSHIP DECALS
         function as per MOT requirements.
         Classes E & G – Lights (head, rear side, indicators &      5.17.1     Competitors must display, in a highly visible position :
         brakes) & wiper(s) must be retained in working order.               1. JEC logos - one on either side of the car & one on the
                                                                             bonnet facing forwards.
                                                                             2. Toyo Tires - Sun Strip on Windscreen & a logo on each
                                                                             side on front wing ahead of front wheel
                                                                             3. Jaguar World Monthly - A logo on each side of the car
                                                                             4. Martin Robey – One on each side of the car in a
                                                                             prominent position.
                                                                             5. Other logos if requested by JEC.
5.11     BRAKES
                                                                             These will be provided by the JEC on registration and will
5.11.1    Permitted Modifications                                            subsequently be available from the Championship Co-
          Pad materials free.                                                ordinator.
          Brake fluid free
          Flexi brake hoses free.                                   5.17.2     All cars must carry a class identification letter on each
          Classes D & F – To original standard XJS specification.              side of the car adjacent to the race number.
          Discs may be drilled/grooved.
          Standard brake master & servo must be retained.
          Limiting valve may be fitted in rear brake line.
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          One-piece ventilated rear disc permitted, may be
          inboard or outboard
          Classes E & G – Brakes free. Brake balance systems                           Signed …TPDye
          and bias valves permitted.
5.11.2    Prohibited Modifications
          Carbon fibre discs prohibited.                                         Terry Paul Dye
5.12     WHEELS/STEERING                                            Racing Co-ordinator/Competitions Secretary
                                                                            Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club
5.12.1    Permitted Options
          Rack mounting bushes free.
          Wheels & Tyres must fit within standard wheel arches.                           Published Copy
          Reshaping horizontal lip permitted
          Wheels must retain standard 5-stud fixing
          Classes D & F – Power steering to remain functioning
          as original manufacture.
          Classes E & G – Power steering may be removed.
          Standard based steering rack to remain

          Classes D & F – Maximum wheel dimensions 8” x 16”
          Classes E & G – Maximum wheel dimensions 9” x 18”

5.13     TYRES

5.13.1    TOYO Proxes T1-R mandatory in all Classes

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