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									2011 INTERNATIONAL RALLY OF
         QUEENSLAND
         FOREST MOTO

        13-15 MAY 2011

        MQ PERMIT NUMBER: 51011
      1011pplementary Regulations
    Supplementary Regulations
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                                   LIST OF CONTENTS
LIST OF CONTENTS __________________________________________________________________ 3
EVENT PROGRAMME _________________________________________________________________ 4
GENERAL INFORMATION ______________________________________________________________ 5
ORGANISATION______________________________________________________________________ 6
  ARTICLE 1 - AUTHORITY, JURISDICTION & ORGANISATION _______________________________________ 6
  ARTICLE 2 - EVENT ELIGIBILITY __________________________________________________________ 6
  ARTICLE 3 - EVENT DESCRIPTION ________________________________________________________ 6
  ARTICLE 4 - BIKE (VEHICLE) ELIGIBILITY ____________________________________________________ 6
  ARTICLE 5 - RIDER ELIGIBILITY __________________________________________________________ 7
  ARTICLE 6 - ENTRY FORM, ENTRIES AND ENTRY FEE___________________________________________ 7
  ARTICLE 7 - SERVICING AND REFUELLING __________________________________________________ 8
  ARTICLE 8 – CREW BRIEFING ___________________________________________________________ 10
  ARTICLE 9 - RECONNAISSANCE _________________________________________________________ 10
  ARTICLE 10 - VEHICLE ADVERTISING _____________________________________________________ 10
  ARTICLE 11 - MAPS _________________________________________________________________ 10
  ARTICLE 12 - ODOMETER CHECK________________________________________________________ 10
DOCUMENTATION & SCRUTINY _______________________________________________________ 11
  ARTICLE 13 - DOCUMENTATION AND SCRUTINY ______________________________________________ 11
RUNNING OF THE RALLY _____________________________________________________________             12
  ARTICLE 14 - RUNNING OF THE RALLY _____________________________________________________      12
  ARTICLE 15 - RETIREMENT AND RE-JOINING RALLY ___________________________________________     12
  ARTICLE 16 - CONTROLS AND PARC FERME _________________________________________________       12
SCORING, PENALTIES AND RESULTS __________________________________________________              14
  ARTICLE 17 - SCORING PENALTIES _______________________________________________________       14
  ARTICLE 18 - RESULTS _______________________________________________________________         14
  ARTICLE 19 - OFFENCES, BREACHES AND PENALTIES __________________________________________     14
MOTO – GENERAL PRESCRIPTION ____________________________________________________ 16
  ARTICLE 20 - COMPULSORY ITEMS OR EQUIPMENT ___________________________________________ 16
MISCELLANEOUS ___________________________________________________________________              17
  ARTICLE 21 - INSURANCE ______________________________________________________________        17
  ARTICLE 22 - ACCIDENT PROCEDURES/YELLOW FLAGS _________________________________________      17
  ARTICLE 23 – ANTI-DOPING POLICY (PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES) __________________________________   17
  ARTICLE 24 – PROTESTS AND APPEALS ____________________________________________________       17
  ARTICLE 25 - POSTPONEMENT, ABANDONMENT OR CANCELLATION_________________________________      17
  ARTICLE 26 – TRAFFIC REGULATIONS _____________________________________________________       17
  ARTICLE 27 – CODE OF CONDUCT________________________________________________________         17
AWARDS __________________________________________________________________________ 18
  ARTICLE 28 - PRIZES, TROPHIES AND AWARDS _______________________________________________ 18
  ARTICLE 29 - POST EVENT FUNCTION _____________________________________________________ 18
APPENDIX I – VEHICLE SIGNAGE DIAGRAM _____________________________________________ 19
APPENDIX II - ITINERARY _____________________________________________________________ 20
APPENDIX III – RALLY CONTROL SIGNS ________________________________________________ 22
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                            EVENT PROGRAMME
Thursday    7 April 2011
            2000hrs         Entries Open                               Secretariat

Thursday    28 April 2011
            2000hrs         Entries Close                              Secretariat

Wednesday   30 April 2011
            2000hrs         Entry List in seeded order published       Secretariat

Tuesday     10 May 2011
            1400-1700hrs    Rally Office opens                         Rydges Oasis Resort; Caloundra

Wednesday   11 May 2011
            0900 -1800hrs   Rally Headquarters opens                   Rydges Oasis Resort; Caloundra
                            (See General Information for HQ Hours of
                            Operation)

Friday      13 May 2011
            1700 hrs        Documentation & scrutiny opens             Hella Service Park, Imbil
            1930 hrs        Documentation & scrutiny closes            Hella Service Park, Imbil
            2000 hrs        Official Start List Posted                 Hella Service Park, Imbil
            2000 hrs        Competitors Briefing                       Hella Service Park, Imbil

Saturday    14 May 2011
            0645 hrs        Start of Leg 1,– Rally Cars                Hella Service Park
            0900 hrs        Rider Briefing                             Hella Service Park
            1000 hrs        Moto Assembly – Start Leg 1                Hella Service Park
            1700hrs         End of Leg 1                               Hella Service Park
            2200hrs         Start List Posted – Leg 2                  Hella Service Park

Sunday      15 May 2011
            0645 hrs        Start of Heat 2,– Rally Cars               Hella Service Park
            0900 hrs        Rider Briefing                             Hella Service Park
            1000 hrs        Moto Assembly – Start Leg 2                Hella Service Park
            1600 hrs        Moto Finish and Trophy Presentation        Finish Arch, Mary Valley State
                                                                       College, Imbil
            1630hrs         Provisional results posted                 Official Notice board, Hella Service
                                                                       Park
            1700hrs         Final results issued (subject to any       Official notice board, Hella Service
                            protests)                                  Park
Monday      16 May 2011
            1000hrs         Rally Headquarters closes                  Rydges Oasis Resort
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                               GENERAL INFORMATION

RALLY ENQUIRIES:          Name             Berenice Stratton, Event Secretary
                                            IROQ, Brisbane Sporting Car Club.
                          Telephone:        07 3267 7647
                          Facsimile:        073267 7650
                          Email:            secretary@rallyqueensland.com.au
                          Website:          rallyqueensland.com.au
CORRESPONDENCE:           Address all correspondence to:
                                     The Event Secretary, IROQ
                                     Brisbane Sporting Car Club
                                     Unit 16 -23 Ashtan Place, Banyo
                                     Queensland 4014, Australia

                                      No responsibility will be accepted by the organisers for any
                                       correspondence sent to any other address

                          RALLY OFFICE :                          RALLY HEADQUARTERS:
                                                                  Rydges Oasis Resort
                          Brisbane Sporting Car Club              Corner Landsborough Parade & North Street
                          16-23 Ashton Place                      Caloundra, Queensland
                          Banyo                                   Hours of operation from:
                          Queensland.
                                                                   Tues      10 May      1400 - 1700 hrs
                          Telephone 07 3267 7647                   Wed       11 May       0900 - 1800 hrs
                                                                   Thurs     12 May       0900 -1700 hrs
                                                                   Fri       13 May       0900 - 2000 hrs
                                                                   Sat       14 May       0700 - 1900 hrs
                                                                   Sun       15 May       0600 - 1900 hrs

                                                                  Telephone No. 07 5491 0333 or 1800 072 096

OFFICIAL NOTICE BOARD:
                          The Moto official Notice Board will be in operation at Hella Service park from 0900 hrs on
                          Friday 13 May until 1900 hrs Sunday 15 May .

MEDIA ENQUIRIES:
                          Media Liaison & Promotion
                          Mr Chris Dixon
                          Telephone Mobile     (61) 0418 759 417
                          Email               media@rallyqueensland.com.au
                          Web page            www.rallyqueensland.com.au

MEDIA CENTRE:             Location at Rydges Oasis Resort and Hella Service Park Imbil

                          The Media Centre will be in operation from 1200 hrs Thursday 12 May until 1930 hrs
                          Sunday 15 May.




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                                                  ORGANISATION
ARTICLE 1 - AUTHORITY, JURISDICTION & ORGANISATION
1.1     The event shall be conducted in conformity with the General Competition Rules (GCRs) of Motorcycling Australia
        (“MA”) , the By-Laws of Motorcycling Queensland (“MQ”, these Event Supplementary Regulations and any Further
        Regulations and/or Bulletins authorised by the Event Organisers. These Regulations are issued subject to any
        provisions that may be made mandatory for the conduct of the Event, by the relevant authorities, between the date of
        issue of these Regulations and the conduct of the Event.

        Persons who enter the Event shall be deemed to have acquainted themselves with and agree to abide by all the
        applicable regulations.

        This Event will be conducted under and in accordance with MA OH&S and Risk Management Policies, which can be
        found on the MA website at www.ma.org.au
        Competitors should note that the Moto Section for Motorbikes will be running in conjunction with the International Rally
        of Queensland (IROQ) for cars and running under separate Regulations. These competitors will run in front of the Moto
        Section.
1.2     The MQ Permit Number authorising the event is 51011.

1.3     The organiser and promoter of the 2011 International Rally of Queensland Forest Moto to take place on Friday 13
        – Sunday 15 May 2011, will be the Brisbane Sporting Car Club Ltd ABN 18 010 180 266. The organiser and
        promoter of the 2011 International Rally of Queensland is the Brisbane Sporting Car Club ABN 18 010 180 266
1.4     By entering the event all participants shall agree to the free use of their names and photographs in any publicity
        material which may be issued by the organisers.

        Advertising, publicity and all other statements made by riders and their agencies referring to the results of the event
        shall be in accordance with the official results announced by the organisers.

        Competitors/Entrants and/or crew are not permitted to use the event to sell any item of merchandise which includes the
        event logo or name (e.g: tee shirts, caps, badges, etc) without the express written permission of the organisers, and
        any such sales agreed to by the organisers may be subject to payment of commission to the organisers.

1.5     OFFICIALS OF THE RALLY
                 MA Steward of the Meeting                          Barry Newton
                 Rally Clerk of Course                              Errol Bailey                  Mobile: 0419 727 109
                 Event Checker                                      Ivar Stanelis
                 Chaplain                                           David Vaughan

1.6     ORGANISING COMMITTEE
                Clerk of Course                                     Allan Halley                  Mobile: 0417 614 540
                Deputy Clerk of Course                              Brian Everitt
                Deputy Clerk of Course                              Paul Woodward
                Secretary                                           Berenice Stratton             Mobile: 0414 733 614

                  Chief Medical Officer                             Dr Matthew Croxford
                  Chief Marshals                                    Belinda & Tony Howard
                  Results Co-ordinator                              Brad Smith
                  Results Official                                  Garry Searle
                  Media Manager                                     Chris Nixon
                  Chief Scrutineer                                  Peter Bell

  ARTICLE 2 - EVENT ELIGIBILITY

2.1      The 2011 International Rally of Queensland Forest Moto will not count towards any Championships or Series.

ARTICLE 3 - EVENT DESCRIPTION

3.1      The length of the rally will be approximately 694 kms including 14 Special Stages which have a total distance of
         approximately 187 kms. See Itinerary - Appendix II

3.2      The Event will consist of Two Legs over two successive days. The event will use public and forestry roads.

3.3       Competition in the second Leg will be conditional on the vehicle having started Leg 1 but not necessarily finishing. If a
         crew withdraws from Leg 1, competition in Leg 2 will only be available to those crews who notify a Competitor
         Relations Officer in writing of their intention to restart prior to 1900hrs the previous day.

ARTICLE 4 - BIKE (VEHICLE) ELIGIBILITY



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4.1    The 2011 International Rally of Queensland Forest Moto is a Navigational Rally which incorporates the categories of
       two wheeled motorcycles (Moto) from now on referred to as “vehicles” in these Regulations.

4.2    Nominations for the following classes shall be accepted and competitors shall nominate their class at the time of entry.
       Moto
           •    Class1 0 to 250cc
           •    Class2 256cc to 450cc
           •    Class3 460cc to 1200cc

4.3    If, at the pre-event scrutiny, the vehicle does not conform to the relevant event eligibility and safety regulations, one of
       the following shall occur:
             •        the vehicle is to be altered to conform
             •        the vehicle is to be reclassified
             •        a minor ineligibility notice is issued
             •        the vehicle shall be prevented from starting The Event.

4.4    All Motorcycles shall be registered for use on public roads and must have a current road registration.

       No Unregistered permits for motorcycles will be accepted.

       It is the responsibility of the Competitor to obtain their own Permit from the Queensland Department of
       Transport.

4.5    The competitor/entrant must be the legally registered owner of the vehicle or have written permission from the bonafide
       owner of the vehicle to enter the event. This documentation should be lodged with the entry form.

4.6    The organisers reserve the right not to accept a vehicle and/or vehicle/rider combination. Acceptance of a specific
       vehicle in a previous event year or another similar event shall not necessarily mean that the vehicle will be automatically
       accepted for this event.

4.7    At all times the onus of proof of eligibility of the vehicle and/or components, whether options or not, shall be the
       responsibility of the competitor.

4.8    Vehicles registered in Queensland under the “Transport Operations (Road Use Management—Vehicle Registration)
       Regulation 1999” require a -Compulsory Third Party Insurance (CTPI) extension valid for this event.

4.9    Noise: Machines may be required to undergo a static noise test before or at any time during the event. Noise limit as
       per GCR 25.3.0.1 shall apply for the event. Any competitor whose machine, due to damage or loss of components,
       ceases to comply with the Road Traffic Act may be required to withdraw from the event.

4.10   Numbers and Signage: All Event signage shown in Appendix I of these Regulations must be affixed to the vehicle prior
       to passing a pre-event signage check and remain on the vehicle for the duration of the event. Failure to meet this
       condition will result in the rider being reported to the Stewards of the Meeting for consideration of a penalty. Competitors
       may be required to pay for any replacement signage.

ARTICLE 5 - RIDER ELIGIBILITY

5.1    All riders must be a holder of a MA Senior National Licence or One Event Competitive Licence.

5.2    All Moto riders must hold a national civil riders licence corresponding to the engine capacity of his/her vehicle.

5.3    A rider may not be replaced by another rider at any time during the event. If this occurs both riders will be disqualified.

5.4    All participants undertake to indemnify and hold harmless the FIM, CAMS, MA & MQ., the organisers and officials, the
       employees, the officers and agents, from and against any and all liability to third parties for any loss, damage or injury
       for which he/she is jointly and severally liable.

5.5    Any unfair, incorrect or fraudulent action effected by the competitor or rider shall be judged by the Clerk of Course who
       shall decide on any penalty according to the MA’s GCRs.

ARTICLE 6 - ENTRY FORM, ENTRIES AND ENTRY FEE

6.1      The organisers reserve the right to cancel or postpone the event if fewer than 15 entries are received by the close of
         entry date. Intending entrants are invited to lodge an “Expression of Interest” (“EOI”) from which the Organising
         Committee will accept up to a maximum of forty (40) Motos which will be allowed to start the event. An EOI to entera
         Motos must be made on the official entry form which must be signed by the entrant and lodged, with the requisite
         entry fee at the event’s official address.

6.2      EOIs may be lodged by email using the Entry Form available for download from the event website. The disclaimer
         form is to be signed by the competitor and rider and presented at documentation.

6.3      EOIs may also be lodged by sending or delivering the completed entry form together with the appropriate fee to the

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         address below.

         Entries for these persons will only be accepted when the competitor and rider have signed the entry form and payment
         is made in full. Cheques, money orders etc are to be made payable to the Brisbane Sporting Car Club Ltd. and
         posted:

         The Event Secretary
         International Rally of Queensland
         Brisbane Sporting Car Club Ltd
         Unit 16 – 23 Ashtan Place
         Banyo Q 4014

         Payment by credit card is also available. A 3% surcharge will be applied for all credit card payments.

         Payment by EFT is available. A Receipt of the EFT is to be attached to the Entry Form.

6.4      Entries open 2000hrs on Thursday 7 April, 2011

6.5      Entries close 2000hrs on Thursday 28 April 2011.

6.6      The number of entries will be limited to 40. Entries will be accepted and confirmed on the basis of date order of receipt
         of the completed Entry Form and associated deposit or full fees paid.

6.7.1    The entry fee for the Moto Event for Motorcycle $250.00

         A Late Entry Fee of $100.00 will be applied at the Event Directors Discretion

6.7.2    The entry fee includes –
           •    Entry of One Motorcycle
           •    MA Permit Fee
           •    MA Insurance
           •    One roll of Route Instructions
           •    One set of Road Books
           •    Two Service vehicle registrations

6.7.3    Additional service vehicle registrations will be $90.00 per vehicle (to be registered before the close of Documentation).
         A maximum of 4 Service personnel will be registered per service vehicle and each one must sign the service vehicle
         registration form.

6.7.4    Extra road books may be purchased at $50.00 per set.

6.7.5    Note: All of the above charges are inclusive of GST. Page 3 of the Entry Form will constitute a Tax Invoice when fully
         completed and payment made.

6.8      By entering the event, Competitors agree to be responsible to pay any costs incurred by the Organisers with respect
         to damage to Third Parties property and/or assets caused by any incident that the crew may be involved in during the
         event. This includes bollards, water barriers or other items that may be used as chicanes or road delineators.

6.9      The Organisers reserve the right to accept or reject any entry nomination at their sole discretion and without
         explanation, in which case all fees paid shall be refunded in full.

6.10     Alteration To Entries

6.10.1   The competitor may change the rider upon written notification to the Organisers up until the close of documentation..
         Substituted riders licences and other documentation shall be fully in order for acceptability in the category entered. If
         there is a discrepancy, the competitor (entrant) will either have to down grade the class or withdraw, as applicable.

6.10.2   The entered/competing Moto may be changed upon written notification to the Organisers up to the close of entries..
         Should the eligibility of the substituted vehicle be unacceptable, the Organisers reserve the right to reject the
         substituted Moto without explanation or alternatively re-classify the entered vehicle. The substituted Moto shall be
         satisfactorily scrutineered by 1930hrs on 13th May 2011 to be eligible for acceptance.

6.11     Entry Refunds
         Entry withdrawals will only be accepted in writing. If a competitor wishes to withdraw their Entry before the close of
         Entries, they will receive a refund in full. After the close of Entries there will be a $150 administration fee. If the
         withdrawal is not in writing there will be no refund.

ARTICLE 7 - SERVICING AND REFUELLING

7.1      Only one service vehicle per competing Moto starting the rally may provide service throughout the rally. This vehicle
         must be clearly identified by means of “Service” plates issued by the Organisers and affixed in the top centre of the
         windscreen. This vehicle is the only service vehicle that will be permitted into the Service Park.

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7.2     Up to 4 Service Crew members per competing vehicle starting the rally may register.

7.3     (i)       Time to service the vehicles will be allowed in Service Parks provided. It is recommended that all servicing is
                  done within the Service Park.
        (ii)      The speed of the vehicles in the service park may not exceed 30km/h; failure to comply with this limit shall result
                  in a penalty applied by Clerk of the Course .
        (iii)     Service personnel may not work on a competing vehicle or in any way assist any competitor during the course
                  of a day’s competition outside the boundaries of official service zones.
        (iv)      Service personnel and/or service vehicles are not permitted to meet by pre-arrangement with any competing
                  vehicle during the course of a leg’s competition, with the sole exception of the official service zones. The
                  positioning of a service vehicle or any service personnel in any other position, which would facilitate a
                  rendezvous with a competing vehicle, will be deemed as a breach of this regulation. Any breach of this
                  regulation will be reported to Clerk of the Course who may impose penalties up to exclusion.
                All service vehicles will be restricted to travel on specific routes, and will not at any time be allowed to travel on
                the special stages or enter any control area. Service vehicles detected on any roads other than those authorised
                will be deemed to be in breach of these regulations and will be reported to the Clerk of Course who may
                recommend a penalty to Clerk of the Course up to and including exclusion of the relevant competitor(s), the
                offending service vehicle and/or personnel from further participation in the event. Only in extraordinary
                circumstances may a variation to this regulation be authorised, and then only by Clerk of Course or his nominated
                Deputy.


7.4     Outside Assistance
        Outside assistance or servicing is banned and is defined as a competitor receiving assistance from another person
        who is not officially registered with or authorised by the organisers to give such assistance, and a penalty of up to
        exclusion may be applied.

        Assistance or servicing may be given by a competitor to another competitor who is participating in the event. Casual
        assistance by officials of the event may be given to crews, but not on either a regular or pre-planned basis. Supply or
        carriage of parts, fuel, spare tyres, etc, by official vehicles is prohibited.

        The carrying of any equipment, or provision of any support whatsoever (including personal luggage) for a rider by a
        person not competing in the event, or not officially authorised to do so by registration as service personnel or a service
        vehicle, will be deemed to be outside servicing.

        Riders who have withdrawn from the event must remove their vehicle competition numbers and may not service or
        assist other riders during the course of a leg from then on without permission from the organisers.

        Servicing by crews will not be permitted in Parc Fermé or control areas, except that in control areas lights may be
        cleaned and drinking water bottles refilled. Service personnel and mechanics/team managers are permitted to service
        vehicles only at overnight compounds, or official service zones during a leg.

7.5.1   Refuel

7.5.2
        This applies from the Start. Conditions of refuelling are:
                (i)       Fuel is the sole responsibility of the competitor.
                (ii)      Only commercially available fuel will be used.
                (iii)     Up to two Service Crew members per competing vehicle will be permitted into the refuel zone.
                          Accreditation for both crew members must be displayed at all times.
                (iv)      Road side refuelling is not permitted at any time, apart from approved Splash and Dash locations.
                (v)       Electric fuel pumps must comply with the relevant Standards Australia standard for pumping the specific
                          fuels
                (vi)      Fuel shall be stored in the refuel area during the operation of the service park.
                (vii)     Decanting of fuel between containers may only be done in a refuel zone or bunded storage area.
                (viii)    Any action inside a refuelling zone not directly involved in the refuelling of the competing vehicle is
                          prohibited.
                (ix)      In all refuelling zones, a 5km/h speed limit applies.
                (x)       The organisers strongly recommend either refuelling from service station pumps or a closed hand pump
                          system. The responsibility for refuelling is incumbent on the crew alone and must be done in a manner
                          which ensures that no fuel is spilt.
                (xi)      Engines must be switched off throughout the refuelling operation.
                (xii)     The rider must be off the bike during re-fuelling

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             (xiii)    The Organisers recommend that all Service Personnel wear neck to wrist to ankle fire resistant clothing,
                       balaclava and fire resistant gloves, all to an appropriate standard during refuelling.
             (xiv)     It is also recommended that an anti-static/grounding strap be connected between any fuel containers
                       and the vehicle being refuelled.
             (xv)      In the event of a breakdown, the vehicle concerned may be pushed out of the zone by the crew
                       members, officials and team members without incurring any penalty. An external battery may be used
                       immediately before the exit of the refuel zone away from any refuelling activities.
             (xvi)     Any breaches of the refuel regulations will be reported to Clerk of Course for consideration of exclusion
                       or other penalty.

7.6     In the Service Park, Motos may only be washed by use of a sponge from a bucket. Where oils, solvents and
        degreasing fluids are used all residues must be securely contained and not be allowed to come in contact with the
        ground. The use of pressure cleaners is prohibited. Breaches noted by an official of the rally will result in a report to
        the Stewards with a recommendation that a fine be applied.

        A vehicle washing facility is available at the entrance to the Service Park and will be identified in the roadbook.

ARTICLE 8 – CREW BRIEFING

8.1     A safety briefing will be held on Friday 13 May at 2000 hrs . See the Rally Guide 2 for a map of the location.

8.2     All riders will be required to attend and must be in attendance 10 minutes before the Briefing time. Non-attendance
        will result in a report to Clerk of Course with a recommendation that a penalty be imposed.

ARTICLE 9 - RECONNAISSANCE

9.1     Moto crews are not permitted to do a Reconnaissance of the Stages. Any Moto Competitors found on the course in
        the period (2) months prior to the start of the event, with exception of the approval from the Clerk of Course.

ARTICLE 10 - VEHICLE ADVERTISING

10.1    Those competitors, who have paid the Entry Fee accepting advertising proposed by the Organisers, will be supplied
        with the additional sponsor signage. This signage must be affixed in a location approved by the Event Director.

ARTICLE 11 - MAPS

11.1    Large-scale maps will be supplied with the Road Books.

ARTICLE 12 - ODOMETER CHECK

12.1    Is the responsibility of the competitor to ensure their Odometers are correct.




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                                    DOCUMENTATION & SCRUTINY
ARTICLE 13 - DOCUMENTATION AND SCRUTINY

13.1     Crews are required to present the following items at Documentation.
             •   MA Senior National Licence or One Event Competitive Licence
             •   National Civil Riders Licence corresponding to the engine capacity of his/her machine
             •   Vehicle licence/permit/registration papers, including proof of licence payment
             •   Ambulance Subscription Scheme for competitors who are not Queensland residents.
             •   Third Party insurance extension (Queensland registered vehicles)

13.2.1   Documentation will be available during the following times and must be completed prior to presentation of that vehicle for
         scrutiny:
                1700hrs 13 May 2011                        1930hrs 13 May 2011

13.2.2   Queensland country and Interstate competitors may contact the Event Secretary to make alternative arrangements for
         Documentation.

13.3     Road Books in loose leaf form will be mailed to entrants whose EOI has been accepted by 6 May 2011. Service
         Instructions, Competition Numbers and Organiser’s Advertising will be available for collection upon completion of
         documentation.

         Tulips used in the Road Book will be based on Standard Tulip Information. A description of the Tulips used will be
         included in each Road Book.

         The Route Instructions shall have the same force as these Regulations.

13.4     Competing vehicles must be presented for scrutiny on Friday 13th May at :
         Hella Service Park, Imbil; between 1700 hrs and 1930 hrs.


13.5     Vehicles must be presented in a ready-to-start condition (i.e. with all compulsory, optional equipment – especially
         navigation equipment (map rollers, odometers etc) on the vehicle and all competitor apparel). Scrutineers will be
         examining for safety and general compliance with these regulations.

13.6     Competitors are advised that any video or moving film cameras must be attached to the vehicle or helmet prior to scrutiny
         so that the camera and its mounting can be inspected.

13.7     During Event
         The Competitor/Entrant is responsible at all times of the Event for the technical conformity of their vehicle. During the
         Event, scrutineers appointed by the Organisers may set up monitoring controls at which scrutineering for safety and
         general compliance with regulations may be undertaken.

         The Competitor/Entrant alone shall be responsible for ensuring, at his own responsibility, that the identification marks
         attached during pre-event scrutiny are protected up to the end of the event. Any fraudulent act that is recorded and, in
         particular the presentation of re-touched identification marks as being intact, shall also result in exclusion of the
         competitor, as well as that of any competitor who has aided or abetted the offence. This shall not prejudice any more
         severe sanctions that may be requested by MA over the competitor or the accomplice.

         Particular attention will be paid to defective exhaust systems and other defects that could cause wild fires. Any vehicle
         found to be un-roadworthy by a Police Department or relevant Road Traffic Authority will be liable to exclusion.




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                                           RUNNING OF THE RALLY

ARTICLE 14 - RUNNING OF THE RALLY

14.1       The organisers will locate a staging area , which is not considered a parc fermé in the Hella Service Park
           immediately prior to the start of the Rally. It is the competitor’s responsibility to ensure that their vehicle is placed in
           this staging area between 0900 hrs and1000 hrs on Saturday 14 May 2011.

14.2       A penalty of $5.00 per minute may apply for lateness after 1000 hrs.

14.3       It is not necessary that a member of the crew be the person who places the vehicle in the staging area.
           A map of the location and directions will be provided to competitors with the roadbooks.

14.4.1     The starting order for the rally will be at the Clerk of Course’s discretion.

14.4.2     The Start Order for Leg 2 will be posted on the Official Notice Board at 2100hrs on the preceding day. The start order
           will be at the Clerk of Course’s discretion and will be based on the Start for Leg 1.

14.4.3     Riders will start each Leg at 30-second intervals.

14.5       Provisional Results will be published on the Official Notice Board at the Hella Service Park on Sunday 15 May at
           1630hrs. These results will become Final 30 minutes after posting subject to no protests being received.

14.6       For the duration of the Rally from TC2D a ‘Rally Course Car ’ will follow the Rally Crews. There will also be a separate
           ‘Rally Course Car’ in front of the Motos to ensure there is a gap to the satisfaction of the Clerk of Course between
           competing rally cars and Moto riders.

ARTICLE 15 - RETIREMENT AND RE-JOINING RALLY

15.1       Riders who withdraw from the Moto rally must complete the form at the back of the Road Book – “Notification of
           Withdrawal From Rally” and submit it to a Competitor Relations Officer, Sweep Vehicle or a Control Official. They are
           to complete the form indicating if they are withdrawing from the Event altogether or if they will be re-joining.

           Any vehicle unable to continue to follow the route for any reason will be able to re-join the event at a subsequent
           Service Out or Regroup Out Control under the conditions outlined below and will be eligible to be classified in the
           Event results.
               •    The crew advise a CRO of their intention to re-join the event;
               •    the vehicle re-joins prior to the passage of the Sweep Vehicle

           For any stage missed the rider will be allocated a time equal to the slowest time on the stage plus 30 seconds.

           Riders may re-join at the final control.

           Riders missing one or more special stages will be classified behind those crews who have completed all stages and
           then in order of the number of stages completed and the lowest total times.

           To be classified as a finisher, the re-joining crew must have completed at least 50% of the competitive distance.

15.2       Special Stages will be closed when the Sweep Vehicle enters the stage. Any rider who arrives at a Special Stage
           Time Control within their Late Time Limit but after the stage has ‘closed’ are to book into the Time Control if possible
           and then to ride the stage abiding by all applicable road regulations or if this is not practicable they must go directly to
           the next possible Time Control. A derived time considered by Clerk of the Course to be the fairest will be given to the
           rider for the missed stages. Riders are to enter their own start & finish times on the Time Card.

15.3       Any rider who stops on a Stage and is passed by the Sweep Vehicle is deemed to have withdrawn from that Stage. If
           they rejoin the stage they are to drive the stage abiding by all applicable road regulations.

           If their rejoin is deemed to be within their Late Time Limit they may be allocated a time for that stage by Clerk of the
           Course otherwise this will be treated as a missed stage

15.4       Any rider who withdraws from a Leg1 and fails to notify a Competitor Relations Officer, Sweep Vehicle or a Control
           Official by 2000hrs of their intent to rejoin will not be included in the Start Order for the following Leg2.

ARTICLE 16 - CONTROLS AND PARC FERME

16.1     Riders are required to Book Into all Time Controls.

16.2     Riders may check in early at all Time Controls shown with ‘E’ alongside the 1st Car/Bike time in the Itinerary.


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16.3   Crews may book in early at any Time Control with the notation ‘E’ in the Event Itinerary.


16.4   After booking in at Time Control TC10A, riders are not required to place their vehicles into Overnight Parc Ferme. They
       must report to TC12D (Time Control at the exit from the Service Park) prior to the commencement of competition at the
       times shown on the Start List.

16.5   Entry into Time Control and Start Control: The Official Rally Time will be displayed on a large Digital Display Board
       which will be visible from the Yellow Clock Board.

       If arriving early Riders must Stop before the Yellow Clock Board and await their due Arrival Time. You are to ride past
       the Yellow Board 1-minute before your Due Arrival Time. Riders are NOT to walk into the Control area. Riders must be
       with their bike with helmets on and riding gear on and ready to rally.
       Riders will be “booked in” when the Time Card is to be handed to the Official who will come to you and who will Record
       your Arrival Time and allocate a Stage Start Time. The Time Card is to be handed to the official at your due Arrival
       Time. You are then to move forward to the Start Control.

16.6   Special Stage Starts - Riders will be given a 15 second warning and will start when the display clock shows their start
       time for that stage. These clocks will show Hours/Minutes/Seconds and will be electronically coupled to a start detection
       device (beam) which will be located just in front of the start line. The breaking of the beam prior to the start signal shall
       be deemed to be a false start and a penalty will apply.

       Should the electronic starting system fail the start will be given manually by the officials.

16.7   Arrival at Stop Control: The Time Card is to be given to the Official who will fill in your Flying Finish Time and you are
       to calculate the Special Stage Time Taken.

       The Organisers will take the card from you at the Hella Service Park.




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                                 SCORING, PENALTIES AND RESULTS
ARTICLE 17 - SCORING PENALTIES

17.1    Results will be determined by the application of time taken on the special stages plus any penalties, if any, for each
        competing crew. Total time for all crews will be expressed in hours, minutes and seconds.

17.2    Missed Stages
        For any stage missed, except as provided for in Article 17.2 & 17.3, a Rider will be allocated a time equal to the slowest
        time on that stage plus 30 seconds.

        Riders missing one or more special stages will be classified behind those riders who have completed all stages and then in
        order of the number of stages completed and the lowest total times within each group of crews completing the same
        number of stages.

ARTICLE 18 - RESULTS

18.1    Progressive Unofficial Results will be distributed during the running of the Event.


18.2    Unofficial Results at the end of each Leg will be posted on the Official Notice Board at the Hella Service Park .

18.3    Provisional Results will be published at the end of the Event on the Official Notice Board at the Hella Service Park on
        Sunday 15 May at 1700hrs.

18.4    The Provisional Results will become Final 30 minutes after posting subject to Protests.

ARTICLE 19 - OFFENCES, BREACHES AND PENALTIES

19.1    The Clerk of Course may impose a penalty for a breach of any of the following;

        •     Misrepresentation of details relating to the eligibility of competing vehicle and/or competitor,
        •     Failure to comply with the Organisers safety requirements,
        •     Failure to obey any reasonable instruction of an official,
        •     Deliberate baulking or shunting of a competitor, or obstruction of the course,
        •     Wilful damage to, or interference with public or private property,
        •     Wilful interference with course markers,
        •     Falsification of entries on Time Card,
        •     Exceeding statutory speed limit by more than 15%, as recorded by the Organisers or reported to the Organisers by the
              relevant authorities,
        •     Acting in a manner detrimental to the interests of the Event or motor sport in general,
        •     Failure to report to the Organisers an accident involving a member of the public,
        •     Failure of a competitor to wear a safety helmet, after due warning by an official,
        •     Failure to stop at a monitoring control when directed to do so,
        •     Carriage and/or consumption of intoxicating liquor, or prohibited drugs,
        •     Carriage of firearms,
        •     Booking in early at the end of Road sections,
        •     Failure to close a gate to the satisfaction of the Organiser,
        •     Removal of a vehicle from an impound without the written permission of the Organiser,
        •     Servicing outside nominated service areas,
        •     Failure to report intention to “cut and run” to the major control at the start or finish of the section from which the
              competitor is withdrawing, and
        •     Receiving outside assistance from ANY registered service crew other than in a designated service area.
        •     Other breaches of the relevant MA regulations.

19.2    General Penalties
        The following penalties will be applied by the Clerk of Course and / or Steward. The omission of any particular offence,
        breach or penalty in this article does not imply that it does not apply.

            Clause                                                                                   Penalty
            Carriage or consumption of alcohol during day/s competition                              Up to Exclusion
            Carriage of firearms                                                                     Up to Exclusion
            Failure to attend compulsory briefings                                                   Up to Exclusion
            Changing of vehicle categories                                                           1 hour
            Failure to carry water as specified                                                      Up to Exclusion
            Carrying fuel in a back-pack or on person                                                Exclusion
            Replacement of rider                                                                     Exclusion

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Incorrect placement of racing plate; or missing racing plate                15min
Absence or falsification of identification mark                             Up to Exclusion
Lateness at arriving to a section                                           1min/min or part minute
Failure to follow course in road book                                       Up to Exclusion
Infringement of traffic regulations                                         Exclusion
Unsafe transport or towing of a vehicle                                     3hr
Receiving outside assistance or servicing                                   Up to Exclusion
Failure to report “Live off the Land” servicing                             1hr
Receiving outside assistance or servicing                                   Up to Exclusion
Breach of refuel regulation                                                 Up to Exclusion
Unauthorised alteration on Time Card                                        Up to Exclusion
No entry on Time Card; failure to hand in Time Card                         30 min
Loss of Time Card                                                           15min
Presenting Time Card without presence of competition vehicle                Up to Exclusion
Failing to advise intention to Cut & Run                                    Exclusion
Entering control zone incorrectly 1st offence                               1hr
                        2nd offence                                         Up to Exclusion
Failure to follow instruction of official                                   Up to Exclusion
Reporting early at end of Road section                                      2min/min or part min
Reporting late at end of Road section                                       1min/min or part min
Penalty time on Special Stage                                               time taken to second
Exceeding late time on third occasion                                       Exclusion
Missing Passage Control, missing PC stamp on Time Card                      30 min
Short Cutting course to gain advantage                                      Up to Exclusion
Traversing in opposite direction on Special Stage                           Exclusion
Remaining on Start Line for more than 60 seconds after start signal given   2 min
Refusal to leave Selective startline at time & position allocated           Up to Exclusion
Failure to observe closed park (Parc Fermé) regulations                     Up to Exclusion
Rider unable to present vehicle with engine running                         1min/min late
Late scrutineering without prior arrangement                                $100
Fraudulent act                                                              Up to Exclusion
Deliberate Interference with course markers                                 Exclusion
Failure to close a gate when required to do so                              Up to Exclusion
Failure to observe quiet zone
     1st offence                                                            30min
     2nd and subsequent office                                              60min




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                                  MOTO – GENERAL PRESCRIPTION
ARTICLE 20 - COMPULSORY ITEMS OR EQUIPMENT

20.1     Fuel Storage
          Fuel for at least 40 kilometres hard riding plus 80 kilometres of normal riding will be required to be carried on the vehicle.
          No protest shall lie against the failure of any vehicle to cover the minimum distance of 120km whatever the nature of the
          terrain. The existing fuel tank may be replaced or enlarged. Normally, the tank should be fitted between the rider’s
          crotch and the steering stem, but approval will be given by the organisers to alternate or supplementary fuel tanks being
          fitted, provided such tanks meet the safety requirement as may be determined by GCR 12.8.2.1. Where a larger tank is
          fitted the original seat may be modified (if possible), or alternatively a different or special seat is permitted. The carrying
          of fuel in a back-pack or by any other method on the rider’s person is FORBIDDEN and the penalty is exclusion. Fuel
          MUST NOT be carried in any external container mounted on the fuel tank in front of the rider.

20.2     Safety Helmets
         Safety helmets must be worn at all times when the vehicle is in motion. The helmet must carry the standards decals
         approved under rule 01.70 of the FIM Technical Rules, as follows:

         Recognised International Helmet Approval Marks:
         Europe   ECE 22-05 ‘P’, ‘NP, ‘J’
         USA      SNELL M2005
         Japan    JIS 8133 2000

         Recognised Australian Helmet Approval Mark:
         AS1698 & ANZS1698

20.3     Protective Clothing & Eyewear
         Riders are required to wear protective clothing as approved by MA in GCR’s 25.1 for use in Enduro & Reliability Trials..

20.4     Optional Equipment
         Competitors are advised to strongly consider the following equipment:

         Navigational Equipment
         Navigational equipment and additional instruments may be fitted. The fitment of an accurate odometer is strongly
         recommended. Horn
         An audible horn is recommended on all vehicles. In addition it is recommended that audible warning devices (horns) over
         and above that provided by the vehicle manufacturer be fitted, and should be considerably louder than the standard horn.

         Vehicle Protection
         Protection may be provided for headlamps, handlebars, sumps, and levers for clutch, gears and brakes.

         Back Packs / Hydration Packs
         If back packs are worn by a rider it is recommended that they have quick release buckles for easy removal in case of an
         accident.

20.5     Non-Compulsory Advertising on Motorcyles
         Riders shall be free to affix any advertising on their vehicles provided that it:
         • Is authorised by the FIM Rules and the laws of Australia. (Note: All tobacco advertising is prohibited by Government
            law in Australia)
         • Is not contrary to public decency and customs
         • Does not intrude on those areas which are reserved for the plates or sponsor signage.




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                                                  MISCELLANEOUS
ARTICLE 21 - INSURANCE

21.1   Riders involved in accidents resulting in property damage are advised that they may be required to pay any claim to rectify
       such property damage.

21.2   Personal Accident Insurance: Personal accident insurance in excess of that provided through MA, is the sole responsibility
       of the competitor. It is strongly recommended that competitors give consideration to taking out weekly benefits insurance.

21.3   Vehicle Insurance: Vehicle Third Party Insurance and/or Third Party Insurance and Comprehensive Vehicle Insurance are
       the responsibility of the competitor.

21.4   Ambulance Subscription Scheme: It is compulsory for ALL MOTO competitors to be a member of an Ambulance
       Subscription Scheme, as they are liable to pay ambulance costs, and competitors are reminded that some medical expenses
       are not liable to be paid by Medicare. Proof of current compulsory Ambulance Subscription scheme will be required at pre-
       event documentation. It is strongly recommended that competitors give consideration to taking out medical benefits
       coverage. The organisers will not be held liable for additional ambulance costs.

ARTICLE 22 - ACCIDENT PROCEDURES/YELLOW FLAGS

22.1   Riders should refer to the page in the front of the roadbook which details the action which must be to taken in the event of an
       accident or if yellow flags are displayed on the course. Failure to adhere to these requirements will be reported to the
       Stewards of the Meeting for consideration of exclusion or other penalty.
       A copy of the SOS/OK sign (minimum size 620 sq. cm) is required to be carried in each competition vehicle at all times.
       Those crews who require an A4 laminated version may purchase one at documentation at a cost of $5.

ARTICLE 23 – ANTI-DOPING POLICY (PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES)

23.1   During any event, consumption of alcoholic beverages in the paddock, pits or any other portion of the competition venue
       under the control of the officials is expressly forbidden until all practice or competition activity is concluded for each day.

       By order of Motorcycling Queensland, random drug and/or alcohol testing of participants (i.e. officials, competitors,
       mechanics, pit crew and any other person associated with the control, direction and operation of the competition) may take
       place prior to, or at any time during this event.

ARTICLE 24 – PROTESTS AND APPEALS

24.1   Protests and appeals must be lodged in accordance with Chapter 5 of the GCR’s including the prescribed fee.

ARTICLE 25 - POSTPONEMENT, ABANDONMENT OR CANCELLATION

25.1   The event may be abandoned, postponed or cancelled for reasons of force majeure. If, for whatever reason, the event does
       not take place all entry fees will be refunded in full. The competitor/entrant and crew members acknowledge that:

       •   Upon the refund of entry fees the Promoter and organisers of the event shall be discharged from any further liability to
           the competitor/entrant and/or crew members for any expenses or damages arising in any way from their entering the
           event; and

       •   Except as the Australian Trade Practices Act 1974 otherwise provides, the Promoter and organisers shall not be liable to
           them for any direct, indirect or consequential loss, expense or damage arising from their entering the event.

ARTICLE 26 – TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

26.1   Throughout the entire event, competitors must strictly observe the traffic laws of the State of Queensland. Any competitor
       who does not comply with these traffic laws shall be subject to the penalty of exclusion as set out in GCR 25.5.20.1).

ARTICLE 27 – CODE OF CONDUCT

27.1   All competitors, Officials and crews are reminded of the Motorcycling Australia By-Law - CODE OF CONDUCT - as
       stipulated in the (GCR’s) which is a guide to appropriate behaviour at all Motorcycle Race Meetings. This CODE OF
       CONDUCT applies to this Meeting and shall be enforced.




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                                                       AWARDS
ARTICLE 28 - PRIZES, TROPHIES AND AWARDS

       1st Outright                                                                                          Trophies
       2nd Outright                                                                                          Trophies
       3rd Outright                                                                                          Trophies

       Classes
       1st Class C1                                                                                          Trophies
       1st ClassC2                                                                                           Trophies
       1st Class C3                                                                                          Trophies

       The organisers reserve the right to:
       (i) combine trophies where crews win more than one award
       (ii) add to the awards up to the start of the event.

ARTICLE 29 - POST EVENT FUNCTION

       There will be an after Party at Rydges Oasis Resort Caloundra commencing at 8:00 pm. Food and drinks will be available for
       purchase.




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                              APPENDIX I – VEHICLE SIGNAGE DIAGRAM




NOTE 1: All Event supplied stickers MUST be affixed (without modification) to the vehicle according to these location instructions. Refer to section
4.7 for penalties. Should you have any difficulties in applying these stickers as outlined here on your vehicle, please consult the Chief Scrutineer
or the Event Director prior to scrutiny.




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      APPENDIX II - ITINERARY




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                                 APPENDIX III – RALLY CONTROL SIGNS

Timing
Official time: Timing will be by official timepieces, set to Queensland Standard Time. No protest shall lie against the alleged
     inaccuracy of any timepiece. The Event will use A to A event timing system.
Time allowed: The time limit for a competitor to complete a Road Section and Special Stage without loss of late time. These
     time allowances will be specified in the Route Instructions, and where exceeded, late time will start to accrue.
Recording time of arrival:
Finish times on Special Stages will be recorded to the tenth of a second.
Finish times on Road Sections will be recorded to the current minute.
Booking in early will not be permitted and any infringement will be penalised at the rate of one minute per minute or part minute
     early.
Late time lost on Sections cannot be regained by booking in early at any major control. Neither shall time penalties for early
     arrival be taken into consideration when aggregating late time.
Irrespective of time lost in any section, Riders must report to the next section start so as to leave on time.


Signs
Control Signs at the Start of a Special Stage will be laid out as follows:
    Yellow warning sign with clock approx. 25 metres before Time Control point,
    Red sign with clock at Time Control point,
    Red sign with flag marking the Start of Special Stage, and
    Beige sign with diagonal bars indicating end of Control Zone, approximately 25m after Start
    Control Signs at the Finish of a Special Stage will be laid out as follows:
    Yellow Chequered Flag about 100 metres before Flying Finish,
    Red Chequered Flag at the Flying Finish, on both sides of the road,
    Red Stop sign at the Stop Control point, and
    Beige sign with diagonal bars indicating end of Control Zone


Control Procedure Start of Special Stage
  a) At the finish of a Road Section, the control official will enter the actual check-in time of the rider on the Time Card.
       Remember! The check in time is when the card is handed to the control official.
   b)   The rider will be provided with a start time for the Special Stage, which will be three (3) minutes after the actual check-in
        time of the Road section.
   c)   The rider moves to the start line where he will be started at the exact minute following a countdown by the official.
   d)   Intervals between successive bikes will be a minimum of 30-seconds.
   e)   The organisers are using digital display clocks to indicate the competitors start time for each Special Stage.
   f)   These digital displays will be positioned adjacent to the start line and in clear view of the competitor. The time to start will
        be indicated on the competitor’s Time Card and it will be the responsibility of the competitor to start as the start time
        appears on the digital display. A marshal will observe the start and any instances of jump starting will be reported for
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Special Stages
Special Stages are speed tests. Riders are forbidden to ride in the opposite direction to that of the official route under pain of
penalties up to exclusion.

It is forbidden to stop between the yellow warning sign, the red chequered flag at the red Flying Finish and the red stop at the
control point. Riders may not pass another competitor between the red Flying Finish board and the red stop at the
control point. Riders stopping in this ‘banned’ area may be penalised up to exclusion.

Riders are also forbidden to exceed the speed limit set within a Quiet Zone under pain of penalties up to exclusion.


Finish of Special Stages
The control official will record the flying finish time of the rider as he passes the red chequered flag. See diagram ‘Finish Control’
.
When the rider stops at the control point the Flying Finish time is recorded on the Time Card.
The competitor leaves at once. There is no countdown.


Overtaking / Course Obstruction
Any competitor wishing to overtake another competitor shall give warning of his intention to assist safe passing when necessary.
A competitor about to be overtaken must allow the overtaking rider to do so immediately, by moving to the side of the road/track
and, if necessary, slowing or stopping. At any control a rider may request that another rider be permitted to start ahead. Provided
there is not more than two minutes between the riders being booked into the control, this request may be granted by the official
in charge of the control.
Any rider reported to the Organisers as deliberately baulking, obstructing or shunting another rider will facilitate action to be
taken by Clerk of Course, with a penalty up to exclusion.
Should a competing vehicle be stopped and obstructing the passage of a following rider, the following rider may request, and
must be given, assistance to pass, unless the rider of the obstructing vehicle is incapacitated through injury. (Note: Time loss
through moving obstructing vehicles cannot be claimed back from the Organisers).


Compassionate Time Refund
All refunds of compassionate time for stopping to assist at an accident shall be arbitrated and agreed upon by the Clerk of
Course. All applications must be lodged in writing within 4 hours of the end of leg or day.


Accidents

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In the case of accidents, delays may be incurred by the following riders. Upon application these times may be nullified. Adequate
written proof of these circumstances must be such as to satisfy the Organisers. Riders claiming time lost through such delays
must record the number of the vehicle/s involved, and if possible, obtain the signature of the assisted riders certifying the time
stopped at the location. These details are to be noted on the assisting riders Time Card.

For legal purposes, any incident resulting in death or injury to stock and/or damage to property (including fences and gates)
must be reported to the Organisers in writing (eg. by use of the Incident Report Form in the Route Instructions) as soon as
possible by the Rider concerned.

Failure to report such an incident may result in the riders being penalised up to 60 minutes per incident, or higher at the
discretion of Clerk of Course upon recommendation of the Organisers.

Failure to report an accident involving a member of the public will result in penalties up to exclusion, with the potential for
additional penalties at the discretion of Clerk of Course.


Record of Performance
Details of the performance of each vehicle throughout the Event shall be recorded on a Time Card issued for that purpose. A
duplicate record of the performance at each control shall be made on a control card. Any amendments to this procedure will be
advised in a Bulletin or the route instructions. The Clerk of Course reserves the right to apply penalties at his discretion for the
loss of a Time Card. The deliberate falsification of a Time Card may result in the competitor being excluded.


Changes and Alterations
The Clerk of Course in his absolute discretion reserves the right to abandon, alter or postpone the Event should the course or
any part of it becomes impassable. The Clerk of Course may neutralise any section, or sections, or the Event, remit any
penalties, regroup the field as to running order, re-time any part of the course, or terminate the Event at any time. Any alterations
to the schedules or route instructions shall be in writing. At no time shall verbal advice take precedence.


Towing
In the context of this regulation, towing shall also mean pushing or carrying by outside assistance or other competitor. Towing of
a vehicle by another competitor is allowed, but only outside of control zones, it may NOT be towed through a control zone.
Instances of dangerous or reckless high speed towing will not be tolerated and will subject both towing and towed vehicle to
penalties up to and including exclusion.

Towing must always be undertaken in a safe manner.


Competitor Safety      ACCIDENT PROCEDURES / YELLOW FLAGS

Yellow Flags
If for any reason a Special Stage is stopped, SOS operators, who will be located at approx five (5) kilometre intervals on all
stages, will wave a yellow flag. These flags will be displayed to crews still on the stage after it has been stopped.

When the flag is displayed, each crew must slow to a non-competitive speed, exercise extreme caution and proceed to the end
of the stage, or obey the instructions of the marshals.

Accidents/Red SOS
In the event of an accident where injuries are sustained that require immediate medical attention or where assistance is required
with a fire the red SOS sign should be displayed to the following vehicle, which is required to stop.

The crew of this vehicle should assist and assess the requirements. The second and third vehicle to arrive should proceed to the
next SOS radio points to notify the Organisers of the situation. All other vehicles should then stay with the crew of the vehicle
involved in the accident and continue to render assistance as required.

Stopped Vehicle / OK Sign
If a vehicle stops in a special stage and no immediate medical attention is required the OK sign must be clearly displayed to at
least the three following vehicles.

The OK sign must be left on display for the whole length of the period that the vehicle is stopped on the course regardless of
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                                           BRISBANE SPORTING CAR CLUB LTD
                                                               WILL CONDUCT

                                     2011 INTERNATIONAL RALLY OF
                                      QUEENSLAND FOREST MOTO
                                                         ON 14 & 15 MAY 2011


                                                         ENTRY FORM
Entrant:                                                               MA Lic. No:
MA Lic. Expiry Date:

Rider’s Surname:                                                       Rider’s First Name:
MA Lic. No:                                              MA Lic. Expiry Date:
Address:
Post Code:                              Club:                                                           Grade:
If under 18 years – Date of Birth:
Registered Competition No:                                       If Not Registered, Preferred No:
℡:    (Home)                                    (Work)                                       (Mobile)
Next of Kin Contact No:

Passenger’s Surname:                                                   Passenger’s First Name: ………………………………………...
MA Lic. No:                                                MA Lic. Expiry Date:
Address:
Post Code:                              Club:                                                           Grade:
If under 18 years – Date of Birth:
Registered Competition No:                                       If Not Registered, Preferred No:
℡:    (Home)                                    (Work)                                       (Mobile)
Next of Kin Contact No:

     EVENT14-15 MAY 2011                             MACHINE                                      CAPACITY              AGE
        IROQ - MOTO
I ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THIS MEETING WILL BE HELD IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CURRENT GENERAL
COMPETITION RULES (GCR’S) THESE SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS (OF WHICH THIS ENTRY FORM FORMS
PART OF) AND ANY FINAL INSTRUCTIONS. BY ENTERING THIS MEETING ALL PARTIES AGREE TO COMPLY WITH
                              LAWS
THESE RULES, REGULATIONS, BY-LAWS AND INSTRUCTIONS.
ENTRY FEES:                                                                     TOTAL PAYABLE = $
                                               COMPETITION].See Tax invoice document for detail
[INSERT DETAILS OF ENTRY FEE FOR EACH CLASS OF COMPETITION].


                       RIDERS NAME                                              SIGNATURE                        DATE


                   PASSENGERS NAME                                              SIGNATURE                        DATE


               PARENT / GUARDIAN NAME                                           SIGNATURE                        DATE



Please tick one
      I AM A PROFESSIONAL RIDER AND MY ABN IS: ______________________________
      MOTORCYCLE SPORT IS MY HOBBY WHICH IS THE REASON I AM NOT QUOTING AN ABN
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      CO TRACT TO PARTICIPATE I THE 2011 I TER ATIO AL RALLY OF QUEE SLA D MOTO
      WAR I G! THIS IS A IMPORTA T DOCUME T WHICH AFFECTS YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS A D OBLIGATIO S, PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY A D DO OT SIG IT U LESS
                                                       YOU ARE SATISFIED YOU U DERSTA D IT.
1.    I THE UNDERSIGNED (see below):               [Insert Name]                        negligence" is defined in the Fair Trading (Recreational Services) Regulations                    of MA / SCB permitted events, and generally to reduce the risks to
                                                                                        2004.                                                                                             persons engaged in motorcycle sport; and
     _____________________________________________________                              For the purposes of the clause 3, “the Supplier” shall mean and include the                  iii) It is reasonable for MA and my SCB to collect, store, use and disclose my
                                                                                        Indemnitees.                                                                                      Information in accordance with clause 11(a)(i) above and in the manner set out
HEREBY AGREE with Motorcycling Australia Limited (“MA”) that I am by this
                                                                                                                                                                                          in clause 11(b).
agreement entitled to participate in the motorcycle activity/meeting listed in          5. INDEMNITY AND RELEASE GIVEN TO ORGANISERS
                                                                                                                                                                                     b) IN CONSIDERATION of my acceptance as an entrant in the Meeting I
Schedule 2 (hereinafter called "the Meeting" or the “Event”) at the venue               IN CONSIDERATION of the acceptance of me as a participant in the Meeting:
                                                                                                                                                                                          consent and agree that MA and my SCB:
listed at Schedule 3 (hereinafter called "the Venue") on the terms and                  a) I AGREE TO INDEMNIFY AND KEEP INDEMNIFIED to the full extent
                                                                                                                                                                                     i) may collect and store any of my Information, including obtain my Information
conditions set out in this document.                                                         permitted by law the Indemnitees and each of them in the following
                                                                                                                                                                                          from third parties including my Carers;
2. DEFINITIONS In this declaration:                                                          manner:
                                                                                                                                                                                     ii) may use any information collected in accordance with this clause for any
a)    “Claim” means and includes any action, suit, proceeding, claim,                   i) that I participate in the meeting at my sole risk and responsibility;
                                                                                                                                                                                          purpose consistent with creating safer competition in motorcycle sport
      demand, damage, cost or expense however arising including but not                 ii) that I accept the Venue as it stands with all or any defects hidden or
                                                                                                                                                                                          and events held by or in conjunction with MA, my SCB, or with an MA or
      limited to negligence but does not include a claim against a Motorcycling              exposed;
                                                                                                                                                                                          SCB permit;
      Organisation under any right expressly conferred by its constitution or           iii) that I indemnify and hold harmless the Indemnitees, their respective
                                                                                                                                                                                     iii) may disclose my Information to third parties provided such disclosure is
      regulation;                                                                            servants, agents, officials and competitors against any actions, costs,
                                                                                                                                                                                          reasonably intended to be used for the purpose of improving safety at
b)    “Indemnitees” means and includes the persons, organisations and                        losses or claims which may be made by me or on my behalf for or in
                                                                                                                                                                                          events held by or in conjunction with MA, or with an MA permit provided
      bodies corporate whose names appear in Schedule 1.                                     respect of or arising out of my death or any injury loss or damage caused
                                                                                                                                                                                          any such information is held by MA or my SCB in accordance with the MA
c)    “MA” means Motorcycling Australia Limited;                                             to me or my equipment whether caused by negligence, breach of
                                                                                                                                                                                          Privacy Policy.
d)    “State Controlling Body” (SCB) means a state or territory motorcycling                 contract or in any other manner whatsoever.
                                                                                                                                                                                     c) I irrevocably authorise MA and my SCB and hereby appoint MA and my SCB
      association affiliated as a member of MA;                                         b) I AGREE TO RELEASE to the full extent permitted by law the
                                                                                                                                                                                          as my lawful attorneys to collect from my Carers, and I hereby direct my Carers
e)    “Motorcycling Activities” means performing or participating in any                     Indemnitees and each of them from all liability to me for any claim, loss,
                                                                                                                                                                                          to provide to MA or my SCB upon request being made by MA or my SCB, any
      capacity in any authorised or recognised Motorcycling Organisation event,              damage, cost or expense (whether arising under statute, from
                                                                                                                                                                                          of my Information including but not limited to any information concerning any
      meeting or activity;                                                                   negligence, personal injury, psychological trauma, death, property
                                                                                                                                                                                          incident or event causing or contributing to or resulting from any injury, illness
f)    “Motorcycling Organisation” means and includes MA, and the MA                          damage or infringement of third party rights or otherwise) that arises as a
                                                                                                                                                                                          or death to me, the details of any diagnosis and prognosis provided to me by
      members (including the SCBs and affiliated clubs) and where the                        result of any act, matter or thing done, permitted or omitted to be done by
                                                                                                                                                                                          my Carers (or any party with the knowledge of any of my Carers), and any
      context so permits, their respective directors, officers, members,                     me or which is in any way connected with my presence at or involvement
                                                                                                                                                                                          other matter to the knowledge of my Carers that might reasonably be
      servants or agents.                                                                    in the Event.
                                                                                                                                                                                          considered to be requested by MA or my SCB for the purpose of improving
                                                                                        c) The release and indemnity provided by me in this declaration is in addition to,
3. ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF RISKS, DANGERS & OBLIGATIONS                                                                                                                                         safety at MA and SCB events.
                                                                                             and will not in any way limit the application of, the conditions of sale attaching to
I ACKNOWLEDGE that:                                                                          tickets, conditions of entry, conditions of credentials or any other applicable         9. POLICIES AND REGULATIONS
a) motorcycle sport is dangerous and that by engaging in the sport                           terms or conditions in respect of the Event.                                            a)   I acknowledge, understand and agree that it is a condition of my
     (whether as a competitor, recreational rider, coach, official or media) at         d) A term of this release and indemnity will not apply where the term                             participation in the Event that I agree to be bound by, and subject to, the
     the Meeting I take and am exposed to certain risks and dangers and am                   contravenes the law of the relevant jurisdiction under which any legal action                rules, regulations and jurisdiction of MA as amended from time to time.
     under certain obligations as follows:                                                   is legitimately taken however such terms are severable and do not invalidate                 Copies of all MA rules, policies and regulations are available by
i) that I may be injured, physically or mentally, and may be killed;                         the remaining terms.                                                                         contacting the MA office.
ii) that my machinery or equipment may be damaged, lost or destroyed;                                                                                                                b)   All participants are bound by the MA anti doping policy and thus
iii) that competitors may ride dangerously or with a lack of skill;                     6. MEDICAL
                                                                                                                                                                                          understand they may be subject to drug testing. Testing conducted by
iv) that track or event conditions may be hazardous and may vary without                      I declare that I am and must continue to be medically and physically fit and
                                                                                                                                                                                          the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) is in accordance
     warning or predictability;                                                               able to participate in the Meeting. I will immediately notify MA in writing via
                                                                                                                                                                                          with the ASADA Act and the National Ant-Doping Scheme. This
v) that organisers, officials, landowners/track operators and any agents or                   my SCB of any change to my fitness and ability to participate. I understand
                                                                                                                                                                                          involves the taking of a sample (any human biological fluid or tissue
     representatives of those in charge of meetings are frequently obliged to                 and accept the Indemnitees will continue to rely upon this declaration as
                                                                                                                                                                                          whether alive or otherwise, or any human breath) for the purpose of
     make decisions under pressure of time/or events;                                         evidence of my fitness and ability to participate.
                                                                                                                                                                                          detecting the use of a Prohibited Drug or Doping Method. Any
vi) that any policy of insurance of or in respect of my life or physical or                   I acknowledge and agree that if required, the Indemnitees (or any of them)
                                                                                                                                                                                          participant infringing MA’s policy or refusing a drug test may be
     mental health may be voided;                                                             may arrange medical or hospital treatment (including ambulance
                                                                                                                                                                                          disqualified or otherwise dealt with in accordance with the terms of the
vii) that there may be no or inadequate facilities for treatment or transport of              transportation) for me. I authorise such actions being taken by the
                                                                                                                                                                                          anti-doping policy.
     me if I am injured;                                                                      Indemnitees and agree to meet all costs associated with such action. I
vii) that I have an obligation to myself and to others to act safely and within               understand it is compulsory for me to have ambulance insurance in some                 10. RIGHT TO USE IMAGE
     the rules and regulations of MA;                                                         form and I accept responsibility for the cost of ambulance transportation,                  Right to Use Image: I acknowledge and consent ot Photographs and
b) the Indemnitees do not make any warranty that the services at the                          ambulance cover and further agree to maintain ambulance cover during the                    electronic images (including, but not limited to, moving images) being
     Meeting will be provided with due care and skill or that any materials                   term of my license / membership.                                                            taken of me during my participation in the Event. I acknowledge and
     provided in connection with the services will be fit for the purpose for                                                                                                             agree that such photographs and electronic images are owned by
                                                                                        7. PRIVACY
     which they are supplied;                                                                                                                                                             (organisation) and it may use the photographs and electronic images for
                                                                                              I hereby consent to the collection of my personal information by the
c) to the extent that any warranty is implied it is excluded to the full extent                                                                                                           promotional or other purposes without my further consent being
                                                                                              Promoter/Event Organiser, MA and the SCB in connection with my involvement
     permitted by law;                                                                                                                                                                    necessary. Further, I consent to (organisation) using my name, image,
                                                                                              at the Event and the use and disclosure of my personal information by Event
d) have voluntarily read and understood this warning and accept and assume                                                                                                                likeness and also my performance in the Event at any time, by any form
                                                                                              Organiser, and MA to other agencies and officials associated with the Event for
     the inherent risks in participating in the Event.                                                                                                                                    of media, to promote (organisation) or the Event.
                                                                                              the purposes of conducting and managing the Event. I understand that I may
4. WARNING UNDER THE FAIR TRADING ACT 1999 (VIC)                                              gain access to my personal information held by contacting MA at 147 Montague
     Under the provisions of the Fair Trading Act 1999 (Vic) several conditions               St, South Melbourne, Victoria, 3205. I understand that if I do not provide the         SCHEDULE 1:
     are implied into contracts for the supply of certain goods and services.                 personal information requested above that I may not be permitted to participate        1)   Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme
     These conditions mean that the supplier named on this form is required to                in the Event.                                                                          2)   Motorcycling Australia Ltd
     ensure that the recreational services it supplies to you are:                                                                                                                   3)   Motorcycling Queensland
                                                                                        8. PERSONAL HEALTH INFORMATION
     - rendered with due care and skill;                                                                                                                                             4)   Brisbane Sporting Car Club Ltd
                                                                                              I hereby agree with MA and the SCB that in consideration for my participation in
     - as fit for the purpose for which they are commonly bought as it is                                                                                                            5)   Forestry Plantations Queensland Pty Ltd
                                                                                              the Event that MA and the SCB may receive, collect, store and use personal             6)   Confederation of Australian Motorsport
       reasonable to expect in the circumstances; and                                         health information about me in the manner set out below:
     - reasonably fit for any particular purpose or might reasonably be
                                                                                        a)    I ACKNOWLEDGE that:                                                                    10) All other persons involved in the organisation, conduct and promotion of
       expected to achieve any result you have made known to the supplier.
                                                                                        i)    If I am injured, become ill or die at or following the Event the party listed              the Event or construction or location of the facilities used in connection
Under section 32N of the Fair Trading Act 1999, the supplier is entitled to ask
                                                                                              at Item 8 in Schedule 1 in addition to any hospital at which I am treated                  with or otherwise related to the Event
you to agree that these conditions do not apply to you. If you sign this form,
                                                                                              (together “my Carers”) will have health related information about me in                11) Each of the respective officers, employees, servants, agents, sponsors,
you will be agreeing that your rights to sue the supplier under the Fair
                                                                                              their possession, power and control relating to me which is subject to                     successors and assignees of each of the above.
Trading Act 1999 if you are killed or injured because the services were not
                                                                                              obligations imposed by the Privacy Act (“my Information”) and the
rendered with due care and skill or they were not reasonably fit for their                                                                                                           SCHEDULE 2:
                                                                                              Privacy Act is intended to protect my personal information;
purpose, are excluded, restricted or modified in the way set out in this form.                                                                                                       14 & 15 May 2011
                                                                                        ii)   MA and my SCB wish to collect my Information for purposes that include
                                                                                              their risk management programs, evaluating and improving the safety of                 SCHEDULE 3:
NOTE: The change to your rights, as set out in this form, does not apply if                   MA and SCB events and of the Meeting organisers and facility providers                 Imbil State Forest
your death or injury is due to gross negligence on the supplier's part. "Gross

                                    14.    EXECUTIO            I THE UNDERSIGNED STATE THAT I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTOOD                                                                    THIS      DECLARATION             (INCLUDING          THE      WARNING,
                                                          INDEMNITY AND RELEASE) AND AGREE TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AS STATED.
          SIG                         AME (PRI T): ________________________________________________ SIG ATURE: __________________________________________________ DATE: ____________________________
          HERE                      PASSE GER (PRI T): _________________________________________ SIG ATURE: __________________________________________________ DATE: ____________________________
                                    15. THIRD PARTY INDEMNITY WHERE PARTICIPANT IS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE

     I/WE ______________________________________________________________________ being the parents or guardians of the person named in Clause 1 (hereinafter called "the entrant") HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGE:
     a)   I/we have read the whole of this document and understand it; b) I/we consent to the entrant participating in the Event; AND c)..I/we are aware of the risks, dangers and obligations set out in Clause 3 above; d) I/we acknowledge that the entrant is
          bound by and subject to the rules and policies of MA, including, without limitation, the MA anti-doping policy.
     16. IN CONSIDERATION of the entrant being accepted as a participant in the Meeting I/WE HEREBY INDEMNIFY AND RELEASE the Indemnitees in the same manner and to the same effect as if I/WE were the entrant and agree to personally accept
         all terms and conditions and obligations set out in this declaration,

     PARE T/GUARDIA :__________________________________________________________________ SIG ATURE _________________________________________________ DATE: ________________________

     PASSE GER’S PARE T/GUARDIA : ___________________________________________________ SIG ATURE _________________________________________________ DATE: ________________________




           MOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIA (MA - ABN 83 057 830 083) IS THE CONTROLLING BODY OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT IN AUSTRALIA. AFFILIATED TO FEDERATION INTERNATIONALE DE MOTOCYCLISME (F.I.M.) ACN 077-842-114
                                  2011 INTERNATIONAL RALLY QUEENSLAND
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International Rally of Queensland 2011
Competitor (Entrant): Co-Driver:


                                                                          TAX INVOICE
                                           Brisbane Sporting Car Club Ltd
                                                  ABN 18 010 180 266
                                                                                                              umber
   Item                                                                                                      Required
                                                                                                                                 Each                      Total
   Moto registered :
                                                                                                                                   $250                    $

   Additional Service Vehicle Registration(s) (2 free)                                                                             $100                    $

   Extra Road Book(s) and Map(s)                                                                                                    $50                    $



                                                                                                                                                           $

   Less BSCC membership Gold, Silver, Bronze event dollars and discount                                                                                    -$

                                                                                    Cheque or Cash - TOTAL (Incl GST)                                      $

                                                                    Credit Card Transaction Fee (3.5%) (Incl GST)                                          $

                                                       GRA D TOTAL including Transaction Fee (Incl GST)                                                    $


      Please tick one box:
         I enclose Cheque made payable to International Rally of Queensland

              for the amount shown at the TOTAL above.                                                                             OR

       I have made an Electronic Funds Transfer (Direct Debit) for the amount shown at the
      TOTAL above to Account ame: Brisbane Sporting Car Club Ltd - Rally Queensland,
      BSB: 084 391, A/c o: 465165614              OR
(Bank verification to accompany Entry Form)

              I authorise Credit Card (Visa/ MasterCard) payment for the amount shown at
      the

          TOTAL above plus a transaction fee of 3.5%.

                                                                 Card
    Cardholder Name:
                                                                 No

    Expiry Date:                                     Signature:




      THIS DOCUME T WILL CO STITUTE A TAX I VOICE FOR GST WHE FULLY COMPLETED A D PAYME T IS MADE
MOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIA (MA - ABN 83 057 830 083) IS THE CONTROLLING BODY OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT IN AUSTRALIA. AFFILIATED TO FEDERATION INTERNATIONALE DE MOTOCYCLISME (F.I.M.) ACN 077-
                                                                                     842-114

								
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