Commissione Sportiva Automobilistica Italiana
Gare di Velocità su Terra 2010
Organisation: Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Sport Club Maggiora.
Event: Campionato Italiano Velocità su Terra.
This event will count for – Italian Autocross Championship : Autocross – Kart Cross
Circuit: Autocrossodromo Pragiarolo – Maggiora (NO).
On: 29th-30th May 2010
Acceptance of entries: Monday 10th May 2010
Closing date for entries: Monday 24 May 2010
Administrative checking Saturday 29th May 2010 from 08:30 to 13:00
Scrutineering Saturday 29th May 2010 from 09:00 to 13:30
Free practice: Saturday 29 May 2010, starting from 13:00
Timed practice: Saturday 29th May 2010, starting from 15:00 (two sessions)
Briefing of the Clerk of Course: Saturday 29th May 2010, after timed practice, in the
Heats will begin: Sunday 30th May 2010, at 09:00 (approx. till 18:00)
Prize-giving: Sunday 30th May 2010, approx. 30 minutes after Final results are posted.
Official Notice Board: in the Paddock.
Art. 1 – Organisation, General conditions.
The A.S.D. Sport Club Maggiora, with permanent Secretariat in Maggiora (NO), Località
Pragiarolo 1 (Org. Lic. n°16164), will organise the event Campionato Italiano Velocità su
Terra, which will take place in Maggiora (NO), circuit Autocrossodromo “Pragiarolo”,
on 29-30 May 2010.
This event will count for the Italian Autocross - Kart Cross Championship (foreign
Art. 2 – Organising Committee.
Carai Carmine (President) – Carolo Maurizio (Member) – Furlan G. Antonio (Member)
Secretariat: Località Pragiarolo, 1 – 28014 Maggiora (NO).
Art. 3 – Officials
Stewards CSN Gardini Adriano (Del. CSAI)
CSR Rigotti Mario lic. n° 75041
CSR Tornatore Michele lic. n° 30012
Clerk of the Course DGN Renzullo Antonio lic. n° 17138
Scrutineers CTN Turri Paolo Antonio (Del. CSAl)
CTR Cuttica Massimo lic. n° 218929
CTR Leoni Aldo lic. n° 16882
CTR Tonazzo Flavio lic. n° 42879
Administrative checkings VS Nigro Francesco lic. n° 54797
Secretary of the meeting SM Bianchi Anna lic. n° 54802
(Assist.) SM Fasola Riccardo lic. n° 91869
Marshals Automobile Club di Novara, Biella, Vercelli.
Timekeepers F.l.Cr. A.S.D. Cronometristi Novara VCO,
Chief Timekeeper Mr. Tarantola Andrea.
Chief Medical Officer Dr. De Regibus Gianluca lic. n° 60990
Safety Officer Mr. Fornara Danilo lic. n° 54834
Art. 4 – Organisation of the event.
These Supplementary Regulations are based on and the event will be run according to the
International Sporting Code, to the Autocross Sporting Regulations, to the CSAI Autocross
Regulations (NS13), and the other CSAI dispositions, which rule everything not specified in
following articles. The Organising Committee declares to dispose of all permissions required
from the Italian law. Each further information will be distributed to all participants.
Each Entrant confirm to have read and understood the provisions of the International
Sporting Code, the Autocross Sporting Regulations, and the present Supplementary
Regulations; to agree, on their own behalf and on behalf of everyone associated with their
participation, to observe and be bound by them (as supplemented or amended); and declare
not to appeal to other Courts or Tribunals for any fact bound to the Organiser or the event,
thus recognizing the overrule of the Italian Sporting Commission (Commissione Sportiva
Automobilistica Italiana CSAI), except the right to appeal as laid down in the International
Sporting Code and the National Sporting Regulations.
Each Entrant declares to agree that the Organiser, the Organising Committee, the Italian
Automobil Club ACI, the Italian Sporting Commission CSAI and the owner of the circuit won’t
be responsible for any damage occurred to the Entrant, his Drivers, everyone or everything
associated, or caused to third or due to the Entrant, his Drivers, or everyone associated.
Art. 5 – Insurance.
The entry fee includes Third Party insurance. The Organising Committee will stipulate an
insurance for Third Party risks as per the conditions laid down in the Italian law and in the
CSAI Yearbook NS3 – Cap.II, Art.1 Par.1.3.
The said Third Party insurance does not cover the competitors for other damage over and
above said Third Party risks.
Art. 6 – Eligible Competitors.
Holders of National / International licencies, as laid down in CSAI Yearbook 2010 (N.S. 3,
There will be only one Driver for each car during the entire event. Drivers can be changed
only within the end of the administrative checking.
Art. 7 – Eligible vehicles.
Division 1 - Touring cars homologated FIA 4WD up to 4.500 c.c.;
Division 1A - Touring cars homologated FIA 2WD up to 1.600 c.c.;
Division 3A - Autocross Single-Seaters, Junior 4WD or 2WD hom. FIA up to 1.600 c.c.;
Division 3 - Autocross Single-Seaters Senior 4WD or 2WD hom. FIA up to 4.000 c.c.
KART CROSS - Kart Cross 600 c.c.
Drivers belonging to different countries will start together.
The final results will count only for the prize-giving at the end of the race.
A final point classification will then be drawn up for the Italian Autocross Championship.
Only eligible Drivers will score points for the Championship.
NATIONAL GROUPS - Touring cars and Single-Seaters Technical Reg. CSAI 2004,
Group 1+1A, 2, 5 LIMITED, Gr.1 vehicles rear WD and motorcycle motor.
Art. 8 – Circuit description.
Circuit Autocrossdromo “Pragiarolo” is located in Maggiora (NO) length 940 mt; clockwise,
licence CSAI n° 9 (C), 12 cars grid.
Art. 9 – Entries.
Entries will reach the Organiser at the address ASD Sport Club Maggiora, Località Pragiarolo
n° 1, 28014 Maggiora (NO), or firstname.lastname@example.org :
ITALIAN CHAMPIONSHIP normal fee € 144,00
NATIONAL GROUPS normal fee € 108,00
Art. 10 – Administrative checking and scrutineering.
Drivers must report to administrative checking and scrutineering, as reported in the
Supplementary Regulations. The check shall consist of an inspection of the documents, etc.
and a technical inspection of the cars. Unless a waiver has been granted by the Stewards of
the meeting, those competitors and drivers who fail to report to checking or scrutineering shall
not be authorised to take part in practice and the race.
Art. 11 – Running of the event.
Will be held by the Clerk of Course after the timed practice and is compulsory.
11.2 TIMED PRACTICE.
There will be two timed practice sessions, lasting for 3 minutes, one organised in order of the
numbers and the second in reverse order (the time starting from the first lap).
There will be no more than 6 cars on the track.
The best lap time of all sessions will determine the starting position for the first Heat. In the
event of a tie, the next best lap time of the drivers who have tied will determine the starting
position. Each driver must complete at least one lap in practice. Should this not be the case,
the driver may be allowed to start in the first qualifying Heat, at the discretion of the Stewards.
Cars from different Divisions will run separately.
11.3 COMMON REGULATIONS FOR QUALIFYING AND THE FINALS.
The starting grids for the Heats and the Finals will consist of 10 cars in 4 rows (divided up into
3-2-3-2). The highest qualified driver will choose pole position. The driver in second place
may in turn choose one of the two remaining places. This possibility of choice will also
operate in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th rows, but it will not be possible to change rows.
The start will be given when the red light is switched off (one flash).
False starts will be penalized as follows:
First false start
- in a Heat: 5 seconds
- in a Final: Warning (all participants)
Second false start
- in a Heat: Exclusion from that Heat (95 points)
Next false start
- in a Final: Classified last in that Final before the
Cars not able to cross the start line under the power of engines will be excluded from that
Heat or Final.
11.4 QUALIFYING – 5 LAPS -
According to FIA Standard Regulations.
There will be three qualifying Heats:
1st Heat: according to the classification of the timed practice;
2nd Heat: according to the classification of the first Heat;
3rd Heat: according to the classification of the 2nd Heat.
The positions of cars absent from the grid will remain empty.
In each Group, the drivers will be classified according to the number of laps completed. For
those drivers having completed the same number of laps, the time of crossing the finish line
will be decisive. Among the drivers with the same number of points in the Heat, the time will
be the deciding factor. The driver coming 1st will be awarded 1 point, the 2nd 2 points, the
3rd 3 points, and so on.
Drivers who completed less than 2 laps will be credited with 80 points.
Drivers who did not start the Heat will be credited with 90 points.
Drivers who were excluded from the Heat will be credited with 95 points.
Only drivers having scored a total of less than 21 points in two Heats will be admitted to the
11.5 FINALS – 7 LAPS–
According to FIA Standard Regulations.
Division KART CROSS: there will be an A-Final with the first 14 and, if more than 18 drivers
have qualified for the Finals, there will be an A-Final and a B-Final. In this case, the first 12
will qualify for the A-Final and the others for the B-Final; the first 2 in the B-Final will qualify
for the A-Final.
The starting grids for the Finals will consist of cars divided up into 4-3-4-3. The highest
qualified driver will choose pole position. The driver in second place
The classification of drivers shall be according to the FIA Standard Regulations.
Art. 12 – Flag signals.
Flag signals must be in conformity with Appendix H to the Code.
Art. 13 – End of race.
Each qualifying heat and final will end with the end-of-race signal displayed by Clerk of
Should the end-of-race signal be displayed inadvertently or otherwise before the leading car
completes the scheduled number of laps, the race will be considered as stopped at the
moment the signal is shown.
Should the end-of-race signal be inadvertently delayed, the final classification will be
established according to the positions considered at the moment provided for in the
Should the end-of-race signal be displayed to a Driver not leading the race, the signal will be
considered as effective and the classification will be established according to the real
positions after the leading car.
Art.14 – Parc Fermè.
After the Finals the cars must be brought into the Parc Fermé, penalty is the exclusion from
After In this area, it is forbidden to make any repair to the vehicle or to carry out refueling.
Parc Fermè will be opened after authorization from Clerk of Course.
Art. 15 – Results.
All results will be posted on the notice board within 30 minutes after that race.
Final results will be official 30 minutes after they are posted, or if modified, after 15 minutes.
Art. 16 – Scrutineering at the end of the race.
• Drivers will present their cars to the Scrutineers for the technical inspection, weight, etc.,
as established by the Stewards. Failure to report to the final Scrutineering will mean
exclusion from the classification.
• Only Drivers/Entrants or their delegates can assist to the final scrutineering of their car.
Art. 17 – Protests / Appeals.
• All protests will be lodged in accordance with the National Sporting Regulations
• All protests must be made in writing and handed together with the sum of € 350,00. If the
protest requires the dismantling and re-assembly of different parts of a car, the claimant
must make a deposit established by the Stewards, in accordance with the Scrutineers.
The amount of the appeal fee is € 3000,00.
Art. 18 – Weight.
• The system will be electronic;
• The car should be clean, free of mud.
Art. 19 – Prizes.
For each Division and Group there will be:
1° classified: CUP;
2° classified: CUP;
3° classified: CUP.
Art. 20 – Protection of the environment.
Each driver is requested to ensure that a plastic sheet (minimum dimensions 4 metres by 5)
is spread on the ground in the place reserved for his team where work is to be done on his
car, in order to prevent any pollution in case of an accidental leak, etc.
Each driver is responsible for ensuring that a fire extinguisher is available within his own team
area inside the paddock.
Timekeeping will be by means of transponders, which will be assigned at Checkings.
The Driver’s Licence will be hold as deposit and given back after transponder is returned.
In case of loss or damage of the device, the Timekeepers will request payment of €300
(three hund.), the amount corresponding to the cost of a new one.