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					         Desert Challenge 2006
                     4th – 10th Nov 2006



                             DRAFT

   Supplementary Auto Regulations

              2006 FIA World Cup for Cross Country Rallies


All Regulations concerning FIA Cross Country Rallies can be found using the
                               following link:
  http://www.fia.com/sport/Regulations/ccrallyregs.html




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                                                     INDEX




Announcement ...................................................................................................... 3
Programme of the Rally ........................................................................................ 3

1. Description ........................................................................................................ 6
2. Organisation...................................................................................................... 6
3. Entries ............................................................................................................... 7
4. Insurance ........................................................................................................ 10
5. Advertising ...................................................................................................... 10
6. Identification Numbers .................................................................................... 12
7. Tyres ............................................................................................................... 12
8. Fuel ................................................................................................................. 12
9. Administrative Check ...................................................................................... 12
10. Scrutineering, Sealing and Marking .............................................................. 13
11. Super Special Stage ..................................................................................... 14
12. Start of the Rally ........................................................................................... 14
13. Running of the Rally ...................................................................................... 16
14. Bivouacs, Service Park(s) ............................................................................. 17
15. Protests ......................................................................................................... 18
16. Penalties ....................................................................................................... 19
17. Final checks .................................................................................................. 22
18. Results .......................................................................................................... 22
19. Prizes ............................................................................................................ 22

Appendix 1 - Competitors’ Relations’ Officers ..................................................... 23
Appendix 2 – Equipment & Safety ...................................................................... 24
Appendix 3- Specific conditions for Group T2 vehicles ....................................... 26




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Welcome to the 2006 Desert Challenge.


Announcement
The rally will be run in compliance with the International Sporting Code (and appendices), the
General Prescriptions applicable to all FIA Cross Country and Baja Cup rallies, the national
sporting regulations which comply with the FIA regulations and these Supplementary
Regulations.

Modifications, amendments and/or changes to these Supplementary Regulations will be
announced only by numbered and dated bulletins (issued by the organizer and approved by FIA
up to the time of the first stewards meeting and thereafter by the stewards).

The rally will be twinned with a motorcycle event in the FIM series for World Championship Cross
Country Rallies and, therefore the required interval of 30 minutes between the FIA Cross Country
event and the Motorcycle event will be observed. Separate supplementary regulations for the
motorcycle event are available from the organisers

Unless specifically covered within these Supplementary Regulations, the text of the FIA
Cross Country Rallies General Prescriptions applies and should be referred to.

In the event of differences in interpretation of these regulations the ENGLISH TEXT alone will be
considered as binding. The official time will be as GPS. The official distance calibration will be as
GPS.




                             Programme of the Rally

       OPENING DATE FOR ENTRIES:
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              Saturday, 1 July, 2006 23:59

       CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES:
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              Saturday, 14 October, 2006 23:59

       CLOSING DATE FOR CO-DRIVER DETAILS:
              Thursday 2nd November, 2006 18:00

       OPENING OF MEDIA CENTRE AND MEDIA ACCREDITATION:
              Place: Rally HQ at DIMC
              Time: Thursday 2nd November, 2006 09:00-18:00

       ADMINISTRATIVE CHECKS & COLLECTION OF MATERIAL AND DOCUMENTS:
              Place: Rally HQ at DIMC
              Friday 3rd November, 2006 09:00-18:00

       DATE OF SCRUTINEERING OF THE CARS, MARKING AND SEALING:
              Place: XXXXXXXXXXX
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              Time: Saturday, 4 November 2006 09:00-17:00



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     PRE-RALLY PRESS CONFERENCE:
            Place: The Media Centre, at DIMC
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            Time: Saturday 4 November 2006, 12:00


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      1 STEWARDS MEETING:
           Place: Rally HQ. at DIMC
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           Time: Saturday, 4 November 2006, 18:00.

     PUBLICATION OF START LIST FOR THE SUPER SPECIAL AND COMPETITORS
      BRIEFING:
            Place: Rally HQ. at DIMC.
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            Time: Sunday, 5 November 2006 12:00

     STARTING OF THE SUPER SPECIAL STAGE:
            Place: XXXXXXX.
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            Time: Sunday, 5 November 2006, 16:00.

     ISSUE OF THE ROAD BOOK LEG 1:
            Place: Finish of Super Special Stage
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            Time: Sunday, 5 November 2006, 16:45

     PUBLICATION OF THE START LISTS OF THE VARIOUS LEGS AND COMPETITORS
      BRIEFING:


Sunday        5th Nov.
                         Competitors Briefing            12:00           DIMC
                         Publ. Authorised Start List     12:00           DIMC
                         Prologue "Parc" open            14:00           XXXXX
                         Super Special Stage Start       16:00
                         Roadbook Leg 1 - Issue          16:45           DIMC
                         Leg 1 Start List - publ.
                                                         20:00           DIMC
Monday        6th Nov.   Leg1: Abu Dhabi - Moreeb
                         Start Parc - Open/Close         07:30 / 08:30   XXXXXXX
                         RS 1:Abu Dhabi to SS1 Start     09:30
                         Start SS1 :                     10:25
                         Estimated Finish (Bivouac)      (15:05)         Moreeb
                         Roadbook Leg 2 - Issue          16:30           Moreeb
                         Drivers Briefing for Leg 2      19:00           Moreeb
                         Leg 1 ProvClass/Leg 2 St List
                                                         21:00           Moreeb
Tuesday       7th Nov.   Leg 2: Moreeb - Moreeb


                         Roadbook Leg 3 - Issue          16:30           Moreeb
                         Drivers Briefing for Leg 3      19:00           Moreeb
                         Leg 2 ProvClass/Leg 3 St List
                                                         21:00           Moreeb
Wednesday     8th Nov.   Leg 3: Moreeb - Moreeb




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                            Roadbook Leg 4 - Issue          16:30         Moreeb
                            Drivers Briefing for Leg 4      19:00         Moreeb
                            Leg 3 ProvClass/Leg 4 St List   21:00         Moreeb
Thursday       9th Nov.     Leg 4: Moreeb - Moreeb


                            Roadbook Leg 5 - Issue          16:30         Moreeb
                            Drivers Briefing for Leg 5      19:00         Moreeb
                            Leg 4 ProvClass/Leg 5 St List   21:00         Moreeb
Friday         10th Nov.    Leg 5: Moreeb - Dubai




                            Official Finish Ramp            16:30         DIMC
                            Post Event Press Conference     17:00         DIMC
                            Final Scrutineering             From 15:00    DIMC
                            Provisional Classification      19:00         DIMC
                            Final Classification            19:30         DIMC
                            Prize Giving                    20:00         DIMC

        FINISH OF THE RALLY:
                Place: Dubai International Marina Club
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                Time: Friday, 10 November, 2006 16:30

        FINAL TECHNICAL CHECKS:
                Place: Rally HQ at DIMC
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                Time: Friday, 10 November, 2006 15:00

        PUBLICATION OF FINAL PROVISIONAL CLASSIFICATION:
               Place: Rally HQ. DIMC.
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               Time: Monday, 10 November, 2006 19:00

        PUBLICATION OF FINAL OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION:
               Place: Rally HQ. DIMC.
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               Time: Monday, 10 November, 2006 19:30

        PRIZE-GIVING:
               Place: Rally HQ, DIMC
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               Time: Friday, 10 November, 2006 20:00

        POST – RALLY PRESS CONFERENCE:
               Place: Rally HQ. DIMC.
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               Time: Friday, 10 November, 2006 17:00

    OFFICIAL NOTICE BOARD:
Friday 3rd November, 09:00 to Sunday, 5th November, 22:00                DIMC
Monday, 6th November, 12:00 to Friday, 10th November, 08:00.             Moreeb
Friday, 10th November, 08:00 to Monday 13th November, 18:00              DIMC




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1. Description
1.1 Place and date of the event
     United Arab Emirates, 3rd –10 November 2006
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1.2 FIA titles for which the rally counts
     2006 FIA World Cup for Cross Country Rallies for:
     Drivers
     Co-drivers
     Teams
     Manufacturers.
     2WD Drivers
     2WD Manufacturers
     T2 Series Production Drivers
1.3 Visa numbers – FIA and ASN
     ASN visa N : XXXXXXXXX
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                                          . Issued on: XXXXXX
     FIA visa N : XXXXXXXXXX
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                                            Issued on: XXXXXX
1.4 Location of Rally HQ
        Dubai International Marine Club, (DIMC)
        Mina Seyahi, Junct 5 Sh Zayed Rd Dubai. UAE
1.5 Location of start and finish
     Start: Abu Dhabi
     Finish: Dubai International Marine Club
1.6 Location of post event parc fermé
     Rally HQ. DIMC
1.7 Location of service park(s)
     Rally HQ at DIMC
     Bivouac at Moreeb
1.8 Location of the main media room
     The Media Centre, Rally HQ. DIMC.
1.9 Location of the Official Notice Boards
     Rally HQ at DIMC
     Bivouac at Moreeb



2. Organisation
2.1 Organiser’s name
     UAE Desert Challenge Ltd.
2.2 Address and contact details
       UAE Desert Challenge                                       Tel: + 971 4 2669922
       P.O. Box 1714                                              Fax: + 971 4 2666996
       Dubai United Arab Emirates
       e-mail: rallyuae@eim.ae           Web: www.uaedesertchallenge.com

2.3 Organisation committee
       Chairman:                      Mohammed Ben Sulayem
       Event Manager:                 John Spiller
       Route Director:                Jehanbaz (Jum) Ali Khan

       Event Secretary:              Tanya Kutsenko


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        Chief Marshal:                  Ron Thompson
        Route Supervisor:               Cmdr. John Mitchell Ross

2.4 Stewards of the meeting
       Chairman of the Stewards         Xavier Conesa
       FIA Steward                      John Anagnostopoulos
       ASN Steward                      Mohammed Bin Saifan

2.5 Observers and delegates

        FIA Observer                    Wulf Bebinger
        Route Verification Team         Pierre Lartigue/Fred Gallagher
        FIA Technical Delegate          Lionel Carre

2.6 Senior officials

       Clerk of Course                  Jum Ali Khan
       Deputy C O C (Route)             Gary Wheeler
       Deputy C O C (General)           Ron Oakeley
       Deputy C O C (Res Liaison)       Andrew Childs
       Safety Delegates                 Mark Robinson & Malcolm Anderson
       Chief Technical Scrutineer       Ivan Salvatore Ingrilli
       Chief Medical Officer            Dr Ricardo Al Khoury
       International Press Officer      Tony Lewis
       Competitors Relations Officer    Elie Semaan


2.7 Identification of officials

The Post Chiefs and marshals will be identified as follows:
             Post Chiefs                                : Orange Tabards.
             Marshals                                   : Yellow Tabard.




3. Entries

3.1 Opening and closing dates

 Saturday       1st July 2006       Entries Open
 Friday         15th September      Reduced Rate Entries Close             23:59
 Saturday       14th October        Entries Close                          23:59
 Thursday       2nd November        Closing date Co Driver details         18:00
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3.2 Entry procedure

Entries should be made using the official forms available on the website
www.uaedesertchallenge.com .

Anybody wishing to take part in the Event must send the entry form, duly completed, to the
secretariat of the Event along with the entry fees, accompanied by at least:




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- the full name, nationality, address, license n° and driving license n° of each member of the crew.
- the characteristics of the vehicle.

For competitors, 1st drivers or co-drivers holding an FIA Competition licence issued by an ASN other
than the ATCUAE, the entry must be authorised (Start Permission) by their ASN. (Article 70 –
Chapter IV - International Sporting Code). This can be covered by the competition licence, a letter of
authority or the stamping of the entry form.




3.3 Number of entrants accepted and classes

The maximum number of entries that will be accepted is 100.

The event is open to vehicles of a maximum gross weight of up to 3,500 kg for Groups T1 and T2
and greater than 3,500 kg for Group T4, in due possession of a registration certificate. These
vehicles must comply with the safety specifications laid down by the International Convention on
Road Traffic, as well as the safety specifications laid down by the FIA regulations and by these
regulations.
The vehicles shall be split up into the following categories:

Group T1: Improved Cross-Country Vehicles
Class 1: Petrol
Class 2: Diesel
Class 3: 2 Wheel Drive

Group T2: Cross-Country Series Production Vehicles
          Vehicles homologated in the Cross-Country Group (vehicles must comply with the
          prescriptions of the Group T2 vehicles – Appendix 3).
Class 1: Petrol
Class 2: Diesel

Group T4: Series Cross-Country Trucks weighing more than 3,500 kg
        For safety reasons, there will be a separate classification for T4 trucks in international
        cross-country rallies.

          Standard vehicles, which are not or no longer homologated in Group T2, are
          authorized to take part in Group T1 with a T2 safety and preparation level.
          Vehicles must fully respect Article 284 (Group T1) and must not have characteristics
          superior to Group T1, except in particular cases, which will be examined by the Cross-
          Country Rally Technical Working Group.




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3.4. Entry Fees :

The entry application will only be accepted if accompanied by the total entry fees or by a receipt
issued by the competitor’s National Sporting Authority.
Entry fees valid to 15.09.06. Thereafter +20% to 07.10.06

                                           Overseas Entries                   Gulf Entries
                                         T1 & T2          T4            T1 & T2            T4
Entry Fee                                $ 4,850        $ 6,250        AED 5,800     AED 8,600

Included
Fuel                                       YES           YES              YES             YES
Repatriation Insurance                     YES           YES              NO              NO
4 Nights Bivouac                           YES           YES              YES             YES
Gala Dinner Ticket(s)                       2             3                2               3
Visa (if
req'd)                                     YES           YES              YES             YES
Water                                      YES           YES              YES             YES
Liaison Office Service                     YES           YES              NO              NO
Public Liability Insurance                 YES           YES              YES             YES
Road Legal Insurance (15 days)             YES           YES              NO              NO

Not Included

Sentinel Rental *                        € 120.00      € 120.00         € 120.00         € 120.00

Iritrack Rental *                        € 350.00      € 350.00         € 350.00         € 350.00

GPS Rental *                             € 309.00      € 309.00         € 309.00         € 309.00
Shipping
Accommodation
Travel (Flights)

Team Entry, per vehicle (max 5)          $ 42.00        $ 42.00         AED 150          AED 150

Service Vehicle Registration             $ 340.00      $ 340.00        AED 1,250     AED 1,250
Fuel
Service Roadbook & Plates

Service Personnel (per person)           $ 340.00      $ 340.00        AED 1,250     AED 1,250
4 nights bivouac
Gala Dinner Ticket

Visa, if required for non
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competitor (Apply by Oct 10 )            $ 50.00        $ 50.00         $ 50.00          $ 50.00


* Competitor is required to purchase fitting kit, bracket, power lead and antennae and
 pay a refundable deposit.




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3.5 Payment

The Entry Fee for Overseas competitors, as laid out in these Regulations, is inclusive of
Repatriation and Medical insurance.

Payment
Bank Transfer
Account Name:          UAE Desert Challenge
Account Number:        01–50-46128-5
Bank Name:             National Bank of Dubai
Address:               P. O. Box 777, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Answer:                45421 NATNALEM
Swift Code:            NBDUAEAD

Please fax a copy of the bank transfer form for reference and reconciliation purposes (+971 4
2666996). The registration form will only be accepted if accompanied by the correct entry fees.

3.6 Refunds

Refunds See Art 9.9 – FIA General Prescriptions



4. Insurance
4.1. The entry fee includes cover for civil liability of the competitor from the start of
Documentation until retirement/exclusion, the limit for protests and appeals, post event
Scrutineering.

Competitor and service vehicle (non GCC) are covered for Civil Liability towards Third Parties
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(Road Legal), from (and including) 1 November 2006 to (and including) 12 November 2006.

This cover provides for a maximum liability, in respect of any one claim or series of claims
resulting from one accident, of Dh 10,000,000.

Damages to rally and/or service cars as well as the liability of a crewmember towards other
crewmembers are not covered by the insurance provided by the organisers.

4.2. Overseas entries: Repatriation and medical insurance is included in the entry fee to a level
of €30,000, which on the payment of a supplement (€75) can be increased to € 100,000



5. Advertising

5.1. Competitors are allowed to affix any kind of advertising to their vehicles, provided that:
        a) It is authorized by the FIA regulations and the legislation of the countries crossed.
        b) It is not likely to give offence.
        c) It does not encroach upon the spaces defined below reserved for plates, race
        numbers and windscreen strips.
        d) It does not interfere with the crew's vision through the windows.




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         e) It does not contravene UAE Law that strictly prohibits the advertising of alcohol
         products.

5.2. The places reserved for the Organisers for collective advertising, which may not be bought,
are situated on (see plans for installation):

         - the race numbers, 50 cm wide x 52 cm high (left and right front doors, roof) which may
         under no circumstances be cut out and must be stuck only on the front doors and on the
         roof of the vehicle (14 cm x 50 cm advertising may be divided, above and/or below),
         - 1 set of rally plates, comprising for the front and rear: one plate fitting into a rectangle
         43 cm x 21.5 cm of which 9 cm x 43 cm is reserved for the Organisers' advertising
         which may not be bought. It incorporates the competitor's race number in figures 4 cm
         high and with a stroke thickness of 1 cm, and the name of the event (compulsorily
         mentioned) is that indicated in the supplementary regulations which have been stamped
         by the FIA.

          The front and rear identification plates must be positioned as vertically as possible and
          without any notable distortion within a surface defined by:
          - a plane passing through the axis of the wheels;
          - 2 vertical parallel lines situated 150 mm from the outer edge of the headlamp units
          (without exceeding the overall width of the vehicle);
          - a horizontal line situated 300 mm from a line tangential to the upper edges of the
          headlamp units (following the line of the bodywork);
          and except for the manufacturers' acronym, the plate must be the first inscription legible
          from the front above the line of the headlamps.
          The rear identification plate must be positioned as vertically as possible on the
          bodywork or on the location of the rear window, if this is opaque.
          -two strips 10 cm (high) x 25 cm (wide) to be affixed on each side of the upper part of
        the windscreen.




                                   1   25CM FROM WINDSCREEN PILLAR ON
                                       EACH SIDE, 10 CM HIGH
                                   2   RALLY PLATES MEASURING 43CM X 21.5CM,
                                       FRONT AND REAR
                                   3   3 COMPETITION NUMBER PLATES
                                       MEASURING 50CM X 52CM
                                   4   2 ORGANISER ADVERTISING PANELS,
                                       MEASURING 50CM X 52CM



The Organisers' optional advertising will appear on two 50 cm x 52 cm (or equivalent surface
area) panels to be affixed on the rear doors or wings (or equivalent location).

The crews must ensure that the advertising is properly affixed throughout the running of the Event. If
compulsory or optional advertising is absent or wrongly fixed, a penalty of 10% of the entry fee will be
incurred for a first offence, and 100% of the entry fee for a repeated offence.




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6. Identification Numbers
6.1 as Article 16.2 FIA General Prescriptions




7. Tyres
7.1 as Article 1.4 FIA World Cup for Cross Country Rallies



8. Fuel
8.1. Free fuel (petrol & diesel) for competitors and registered service vehicles only, will be
available at the overnight Bivouac halts at the end of Legs 1, 2, 3 and 4.

8.2 AVGAS may be used during the event but is not supplied by the organisation. Supplies of
AVGAS can be obtained from:-
Ms Fatima Subramanian, Aviation Sales Manager, Air BP
BP Middle East, 6th Floor, City Tower 2, Sheikh Zayed Road, P O Box 1699, Dubai
Tel : Direct +9714 3079276 Mobile +97150 6240138
email - subramf@bp.com



9. Administrative Check
11.1 Location
     Place: UAE Desert Challenge Rally Office, Dubai International Marine Club/Le Meriden Mina
       Seyahi, Dubai.

11.2 Times / schedule
     Time: Friday, 3 November 2006, 09:00-18:00.
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11.3 Documents to be presented
Personal
     FIA Competition licence DRIVER & CO DRIVER(S)
     FIA Competition licence ENTRANT/COMPETITOR
     ASN authority (stamp, visa or letter of approval).
     Driving Licence valid for vehicle type being driven
     Entry form details and payment of entry fees
     Signing of the Indemnity Form

Vehicle
         Certificate of ownership of the vehicle or authorisation from the registered owner
         Current vehicle registration document for home country
         Insurance
         FIA Technical passport
         Homologation Papers


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10. Scrutineering, Sealing and Marking
10.1 Location
       Place: TBA

10.2 Times / schedule
       Time: Saturday, November 4 2006 09 :00 hrs to 17:00 hrs. in accordance with the timetable
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        to be issued at documentation.

10.2.1. Any vehicle and/or crew arriving more than 15 minutes late will incur a penalty of AED 250 for
every 15 minutes of lateness


10.3 National regulations and requirements

IMPORTANT REMINDER: The act of presenting a vehicle for scrutineering is considered an
implicit statement of conformity.

10.3.1. At the documentation, competitors will be given the following:

       Rally plates
       Competition numbers
       Advertising plates
       ID bracelet (to be worn at all times during the event)*
       Copies of General Information book
       Copies of any General Information and Official Bulletins (to be signed for)
       Rally T-shirts and other kit
       Scrutineering & technical checks booklet
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        Scrutineering timetable for Saturday 4 November.

10.3.2. The ID bracelet, correctly attached to the wrist of competitors, crew and service
personnel, is considered the only authorization to be present in an official location,
service area and the bivouac. Personnel must show the bracelet at any time on request. A
crew receiving assistance in any form from third parties not identified by the wearing of
the bracelet are subject to a penalty of $100 and up to and including exclusion.

10.3.3. Only those crews who have completed the Documentation / Administrative checks may
present their vehicle at scrutineering in accordance with the published time schedule.

10.3.4. Competitors must comply with the following when arriving for scrutineering:
        1.   All rally plates, competition numbers and advertising plates must be in position
        2.  Sealing holes must have been drilled (see APP 3 for details)
        3.  Produce valid FIA Homologation papers for T2 & T4 vehicles
        4.   Produce safety helmets and safety clothing for inspection for compliance to FIA
             Safety Regulations
        5.   Produce FIA Technical Passport
        6.   Produce the Scrutineering booklet – as issued at Documentation
        7.   Produce GPS in working order, fitted permanently to the vehicle



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         8.    Produce the Iritrack in working order, fitted permanently to the vehicle
         9.    Produce the Sentinel Device, in working order, fitted permanently to the vehicle
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         10. Produce 1 Aid and Safety/Survival equipment – See Appendix 2
Scrutineering carried out before the start of the rally will be of a general nature to ensure general
conformity with the Group and Class entered, essential safety items are carried and conformity
with the national Highway Code.




11. Super Special Stage
11.1 Who may participate.
              Any competitor who has completed the pre event checks and is included on the Official
              Start List.
11.2 Location.
              XXXXXXXXXX - TBA
11.3 Times/schedule
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              16:00 1 Moto
11.4 Start area/parc ferme
              Closes 15:30
11.5 Reconnaissance of the Super Special Stage
              Reconnaissance of the “Super Special Stage” is permitted only on foot and only
              between 14 :00 and 15 :00, Sunday 5th November.



12. Start of the Rally
12.1 Publication times of start lists, start times and competitors briefings
 Sunday         5th November
                                     Competitors Briefing                 12:00           DIMC
                                     Publ. Authorised Start List          12:00           DIMC
                                     Super Special "Parc" open            14:00           XXXX
                                     Super Special Start                  16:00           XXXX
                                     Roadbook Leg 1 - Issue               16:45           XXXX
                                     Leg 1 Start List - publ.             20:00           DIMC
 Monday         6th November         Leg1: Abu Dhabi - Moreeb
                                     Start Parc - Open/Close              07:30 / 08:30   tba
                                     RS 1:Abu Dhabi to SS1 Start          09:30           tba
                                     Start SS1 :                          10:25
                                     Estimated Finish (Bivouac)           15:15           Moreeb
                                     Roadbook Leg 2 - Issue               16:30           Moreeb
                                     Drivers Briefing for Leg 2           19:00           Moreeb
                                     Leg 1 Prov Class/Leg 2 St List       21:00           Moreeb
 Tuesday        7th November         Leg 2: Moreeb - Moreeb



                                     Roadbook Leg 3 - Issue               16:30           Moreeb
                                     Drivers Briefing for Leg 3           19:00           Moreeb
                                     Leg 2 Prov Class/Leg 3 St List       21:00           Moreeb
 Wednesday      8th November         Leg 3: Moreeb - Moreeb




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                                   Roadbook Leg 4 - Issue                16:30        Moreeb
                                   Drivers Briefing for Leg 2            19:00        Moreeb
                                   Leg 3 Prov Class/Leg 4 St List        21:00        Moreeb
 Thursday        9th November      Leg 4: Moreeb - Moreeb



                                   Roadbook Leg 5 - Issue                16:30        Moreeb
                                   Drivers Briefing for Leg 5            19:00        Moreeb
                                   Leg 4 Prov Class/Leg 5 St List        21:00        Moreeb
 Friday          10th November     Leg 5: Moreeb - Dubai



                                   Official Finish Ramp                  16:30        DIMC
                                   Post Event Press Conference           17:00        DIMC
                                   Final Scrutineering                   From 15:00   DIMC
                                   Provisional Classification            19:00        DIMC
                                   Prize Giving                          20:00        DIMC

12.2 Ceremonial start
     Not applicable

12.3 Official start
     Place: Abu Dhabi
     Time: Monday 6 November 2006, 09.30
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12.4 Start area / start parc
   Rally vehicles are required to be located in the pre Start Parc between 07:30 & 08:30 (Not
Parc Ferme, but assistance within the Parc is forbidden).

12.5 Briefings

It is compulsory for all crews to attend the following official Briefings conducted by the
Clerk of Course or his deputy. A penalty of € 100 (AED 450) will be incurred if at least one
member of the crew is not present.

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          1.     First General Briefing will be held on Sunday 5 November – Dubai International
                 Marine Club – 10.00hrs
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          2.     Daily Briefings – November 6 , 7 , 8 & 9 at the Moreeb Bivouac – 19.30hrs.

12.6. Race numbers and Starting order

12.6.1.Race numbers and starting order will be allocated according to the FIA CC General
Prescriptions Art 11.1.
12.6.2. The Start of the “Super Special Stage” will be in descending order of the race numbers,
at one minute intervals.
12.6.3. Start order for Leg 1 will be based on the classification of the Super Special Stage.
Penalties incurred on the Super Special Stage will count only for the General Classification.
12.6.4. Trucks (T4) will start Leg 1 in ascending numerical order. There will be no interval
between the Start of the last T1/T2 and the first T4. Leg 2 – 5 T4 will start as per combined
General Classification including T1, T2 & T4.



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13. Running of the Rally

13.1 Starting system for selective sections

Competitors will be counted down to their start time by the Start Marshal who will give manual
signals in accordance with 2006 FIA Cross-Country General Prescriptions Art 21.3.

13.2 Early check-in at end of leg –

At the Time Control at the end of a Leg, cars are authorised to check-in ahead of time without
incurring a penalty (Article 19.11).

13.3 Issue and collection of time cards –

               as Art. 17.1 FIA CC General Prescriptions.

13.4. Road Book and Navigation

13.4.1. Whilst the route generally avoids being in proximity of camel farms, competitors are
advised when driving in the vicinity their speed should be restricted to 50 km/h maximum. Crews
must take every precaution to minimise the nuisance and disturbance to all forms of livestock at
all times.

13.4.2. The route of the event will be defined by the road book (A5) and visible GPS waypoints.
The standard regulations regarding route conformity will apply. Failure to obtain a stamp at a
Passage Control incurs a penalty of 3 hours.

13.4.3. Each vehicle must be equipped with an Iritrack-Satellite Competitor Tracking and Sentinel
– Proximity warning Device (COMPULSORY). See Appendix 2.

13.4.4. All VHF, HF, CB transmitter/receiver or other electronic means of communication, other
than GSM and/or satellite telephone, are forbidden.
The presence of one of these means of communication on board an assistance vehicle will result
in the immediate exclusion from the rally of all competitors in the rally having any link whatsoever
with the assistance vehicle in question.

13.4.5. The fitting of any type of GPS other than the model specified and supplied by ERTF is
forbidden. The use of all types of navigation equipment other than those described below will
result in exclusion from the rally.

       1- Tripmeter. Total and/or partial distance recorder operated solely by the rotation of the
          wheels, gearbox or transmission. Compulsory.
       2- Magnetic Compass. Indicates the compass (magnetic) heading of the vehicle.
          Optional.
       3- Compass heading repeater linked to the fixed GPS. Optional.
       4- A fixed GPS system supplied on a hire basis by the official navigation equipment
          supplier.


       The following use restrictions apply:-
       A spare of items 1 & 4 may be fitted while there may only be one of each item 2 & 3.



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       No linking of the equipment either internal or external is authorized except between items
       3 & 4.

13.4.6. The following general restrictions apply:
     No navigation equipment with a mapping facility is permitted
     All equipment supplied by the organisers will incorporate a unique identification code as
        well as a means of checking the route followed by the competitor on the day’s stage
     Checks will be carried out and equipment may be exchanged for verification purposes
     Penalties for infringement are up to and including exclusion

13.4.7. No time will be deducted from the race time for exceptional halts, whatsoever the reason
(e.g. momentary assistance rendered to an injured person, or a stuck vehicle, etc.)

13.4.8. Any competitor not complying with the above regulations will be reported to the Stewards
who may impose penalties up to and including exclusion from the event.

13.4.9. In the event of a mechanical failure, you can wait for the Sweep/Course Closing
Team to arrive and they will take you back to the bivouac. You must make your own
personal arrangements, at your cost, for the recovery of your vehicle.

13.5. Selective Sections

13.5.1. Special Selectives are sometimes run on non-private roads and Bedouin tracks in the
desert and it is recommended to exercise particular care towards local traffic that may be in the
vicinity.

13.6. Reconnaissance

13.6.1. Any form of reconnaissance of the route, whether by a competitor himself or any party
associated, directly or indirectly, with a competitor is strictly prohibited. The possession of route
notes other than those issued by the organisers for 2006 UAE Desert Challenge, or the storage of
GPS waypoints from previous years events is prohibited. Competitors who fail to observe these
bans will be refused a start or will be excluded from the event.

13.7. Tests
Competitors who wish to perform tests are obliged to notify the Organisers of their intentions, with
details of dates/timing and obtain written permission. On application, areas within which it is
permitted to test will be advised to the applicant.




14. Bivouacs, Service Park(s)
14.1 Location(s)

               The bivouac will be at Moreeb Hill (N22 58.500 E53 47.280). Service is permitted at
specific areas designated in the Road Book. Instructions giving the information for non competing
(Service/Assistance) vehicles to access these areas, is provided in the Service Information Book. The
movement of service/assistance vehicles is strictly controlled and is forbidden along the route of any
Selective Section, except for those areas designated as Service Areas in the Road Book and Service
Information Book.

14.2 Access times for service vehicles




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        Free.

14.3 Other points:


14.3.1. Service teams and accompanying persons
                Each competitor is reminded that he/she is jointly and severally responsible for his
or her service teams and accompanying persons. Any infringements of the regulations, as
published by the FIA and the organisers, that are officially observed, as well as use of
unauthorized equipment – whether or not this has a direct or indirect influence on the results or
sporting running of the event – will be judged by the Panel of Stewards of the Meeting who will be
entitled to decide as far as the exclusion from the event of the competitor(s) involved, directly or
indirectly.
                The ID bracelet, correctly attached to the wrist of competitors, crew and
service personnel, is considered the only authorization to be present in an official
location, service area and the bivouac. Personnel must show the bracelet at any time on
request. A crew receiving assistance in any form from third parties not identified by the
wearing of the bracelet are subject to a penalty of $100 and up to and including
disqualification.

14.3.2. Assistance and Refuelling
A              Service is permitted at specific areas designated in the Road Book. Instructions
giving the information for non competing (Service/Assistance) vehicles to access these areas, is
provided in the Service Information Book. The movement of service/assistance vehicles is strictly
controlled and is forbidden along the route of any Selective Section, except for those areas
designated as Service Areas in the Road Book and Service Information Book. For any
infringement of this rule a penalty of up to and including exclusion from the event may be
imposed by the Panel of Stewards of the Meeting on the competitor for whom the transgressors
are servicing.

The maximum speed permitted within the confines of a designated service area is 20kph.

Assistance zones are located after a maximum of 230km +/- 10% during the selective section. On
Leg 5 the Service/Assistance location will on the Road Section between SS 5 and SS 6

All vehicles must have sufficient fuel range at least to cover 300 kms between official refuelling
points. An extra safety margin of 10% is recommended.




15. Protests
15.1 Protest fees
              The protest fee set by the ASN:
                               AED 8.000,00

                If the protest requires the dismantling and the reassembly of different parts of a car,
                (engine, transmission, steering, braking system, electrical installation, bodywork,
                etc.) the claimant must pay an additional deposit at the discretion of the Stewards.

15.2. Appeal fees
              The international appeal fee set by the FIA:
                               € 6.000,00.




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16. Penalties
16.1. Summary of Penalties
              According to 2006 FIA Cross-Country General Prescriptions Art 28.
                                                                                                                   Penalty
       ARTICLE 28                    Art. N°        ASN        Start    Exclusion      Time      Financial       decision at
  SUMMARY OF PENALTIES                            sanctions   refused                 Penalty     Penalty         Stewards'
                                                                                                                  discretion
         Fixed Penalty             S.R. 16.2.1                                                                   May go as far
                                                                                                                     as X
         Absence at Briefing          Art. 2.4                                                    € 100
Retirement of a crew member or        Art. 7.3
   admission of a third party on                                           X
                   board
       Incorrect, fraudulent or      Art. 4.3.6                                                                  May go as far
 unsporting action commit-ted by                     X                     X                                          as
   a competitor or crew member                                                                                        X
    Vehicle's characteristics not     Art. 9.6
   corresponding to those on its                                X                                                     X
                entry form
 Absence or faulty positioning of    Art. 10.5                                                    € 100
       a race number or plate
 Absence or faulty positioning of    Art. 10.5                                                    € 200
    2 or more race numbers or
                   plates
   Names of the crew members         Art. 10.6                                                    € 100
and national flag not featured on
   each front wing of the vehicle
         Absence of bracelet         Art. 10.7                                                    € 100
      Reporting late at start of     Art. 11.6
      Prologue or start of Leg
     For each min. of lateness
           Up to 30 min. late                                                         + 1 min.
          + than 30 min. late                                   X          X
      Road Book not followed         Art. 12.1                             X        5 min.                       May go as far
straying of more than maximum                                                         x Km or                        as X
provided                                                                              fraction
            (after tolerance)
Fitting and use of communication SR 13.4.4                                                                       May go as far
                equipment                                                                                            as X
   Fitting and use of Navigation    SR 13.4.5/6                                                                  May go as far
                equipment                                                                                            as X
Failure to respect the traffic laws  Art. 13.1
      of the countries crossed
                1st offence                                                          30” / kph     € 300
               2nd offence                                                            2’ / kph    € 1,000
                3rd offence                                                X
            It is forbidden to       Art. 13.3
       - transport the vehicles                                            X
 - deliberately block the passage
of vehicles or prevent them from
                overtaking
         Not wearing harness         Art. 13.4                             X                                          X
 Air assistance between the start    Art. 14.1                             X
            & finish of a leg




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    Cross-Country Rally and           Art. 14.2.3
            Marathons
              Towing:
    In one and the some Leg
           a) PC Zone                                                     5 min.
            b) TC Zone                                                    15 min.
        (except Leg Start)
        c) S.S. Start Zone                                           X
       d) S.S. Finish Zone                                                15 min

    e) TC Zone at Leg Start                                          X
   Absence or damaging of             Art. 16.4
    compulsory or optional                                                            10% of the
           advertising                                                                   fees
           1st offence                                                                100% of the
          2nd offence                                                                    fees
 Unauthorized modification of         Art. 17.2
           Road Book                                                 X
 Absence of stamp or failure to       Art. 17.4
  hand in time- card at control                                                                     May go as far
                                                                     X                                  as X
Entering a control area from the      Art. 18.2
wrong direction, or re-entering a
control area when the time-card
  has already been checked
           1st offence
          2nd offence                                                     10 mins
           3rd offence                                                     1 hour
                                                                     X
   Failure to comply with the         Art. 18.5
 instructions of the marshal in                                                                     May go as far
    charge of a control post                                                                            as X
        Per minute early              Art. 19.9                            2 min.
               late                                                       1 min.
  Failure to obtain stamp at          SR 13.4.2                           3 Hours
       Passage Control
   Failure to wear the safety         Art. 21.1                      X
harness and FIA homologated
             helmets
Driving in the opposite direction     Art. 21.2
     on a Selective Section                                                                         May go as far
                                                                                                        as X
Remaining on the starting line for    Art. 21.3                          See 14.2.3
 more than 20 seconds after the
 starting signal has been given
False start before the controller's   Art. 21.5                          + 1 min.
              signal                                                     minimum
                                                                                                     + sanctions
            2nd offence
  Stopping between the yellow         Art. 21.6                     X     15 mins.
      sign and the stop sign
Crew refusing to start a selective    Art. 21.9                           15 mins
 section at its allotted time and                                                                   May go as far
               position                                                                                 as X
Starting car towing or pushing in     Art. 24.1                           + 1 min.
            parc ferme
   Infringement of parc fermé         Art. 24.2                          10 hours                   May go as far
            regulations                                                  minimum                        as X
Vehicle failing to comply with the    Art. 25.4
         safety regulations                              X
   Responsibility / absence of        Art. 25.6
        identification marks                                         X


16.2. Fixed Penalty (FIA Cross Country General Prescriptions Art 2.14)




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16.2.1. A fixed penalty of 2 hours will be applied to competitors who miss or fail to complete a
Section within the Maximum Time Allowed for that section:

The total time attributed, to the competitor who has missed or failed to complete a section(s)
within the permitted maximum and therefore, to whom the fixed penalty applies, for each leg, will
be calculated by adding together the maximum time(s) authorised for the Selective Section(s),
increased by the fixed penalty (2 hours) for each section, the penalty(ies) for any missing
Passage Controls, the fixed penalty (2 hours) for any Road Section(s) missed, or not completed
within the permitted maximum time, and any penalties incurred by specific cases as summarised
in these Supplementary Regulations.

This case supposes that at least 2 of the passage controls, of the leg, have been observed. If
this is not the case, the fixed penalty for that Leg will be doubled to 4 hours.

16.2.2.The target time for all sections will be given in the itinerary, the road book and on the time
card.
On Road (Liaison) Sections, lateness up to 30’ will incur a penalty of 1’ per minute late ( 2’ per
minute early). Lateness, in excess of the maximum 30’ will be ignored and the fixed penalty of 2
hours will be applied to the competitor.

e.g. Road Section target time 35’
Competitor completes in 35’ – no penalty
Competitor completes in 48’ – 13’ penalty
Competitor completes in 68’ – 2 hour penalty
Competitor completes in 33’ – 4’ penalty (early).

Competitors completing the Selective Section within the Maximum Time will be given this time as
their stage penalty.

Example
Com RS 1       Pen    Stage       Fixed      Missed    Pen         RS 2    Pen    Total
     (45’)            (6:30’)     Penalty    PC’s/5                (30’)
1    45’       -      5:20:11     -          0         -           30’     -      5:20:11
14   53’       8’     5:53:02     -          1         3:00:00     30’     -      9:01:02
22   45’       -      (6:45:33)   2 hrs      0         -           30’     -      8:30:00
                      6:30:00
29     45’     -      (8:00:00)   2 hrs      3         9:00:00     30’     -      17:30:00
                      6:30:00
35     78’     2hrs   (9:21:00)   2 hrs      3         9:00:00     35’     5’     19:35:00
                      6:30:00
42     -       4hrs   (6:30:00)   4 hrs      5         15:00:00    -       4hrs   33 :30 :00




16.2.3. All Legs of the event are straight, with Start and Finish linked by surfaced roads, or loops,
where the Start and Finish are in the same place or close together, therefore for competitors who
fail to attempt a Leg ie not taking the start of that Leg, with the full crew aboard and the vehicle
propelled by its own power, will be penalised by 100 hours. If this is repeated, then the Stewards
may inflict a sanction which may go as far as exclusion.

16.2.4. Passage Controls Penalties

Competitors are required to stop within the Passage Control Zone to have the Time Card
stamped by the PC Controller. Failure to visit any Passage Control will result in a time penalty of
three (3) hours, for each missed PC. The controller at each PC will record the time of entry of


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each competitor to the nearest minute and in the event the Special Selective is shortened, due to
‘force majeure’ the times recorded at the last Passage Control will determine the finish times of
that Selective.



17. Final checks
                  Place: Rally HQ at DIMC
                                  th
                  Time: Friday, 10 November, 2006 15:00



18. Results
18.1 Publication of provisional final classification
                                                     th
       Place: Rally HQ. DIMC.       Time: Friday, 10 November, 2006 19:00



19. Prizes

19.1 Prize-giving
                                          th
Place: Rally HQ, DIMC      Time: Friday, 10 November, 2006 20:00

19.2. Prizes Competitors are considered as competing for all the awards for which they are
eligible.

               General Classification
1st Overall                    Two trophies
2nd Overall                    Two trophies
3rd Overall                    Two trophies
4th Overall                    Two trophies
5th Overall                    Two trophies
6th Overall                    Two trophies
7th Overall                    Two trophies
8th Overall                    Two trophies
9th Overall                    Two trophies
10th Overall                   Two trophies

            Class Awards
1st in each Class                              Two (or 3) trophies

              Other Awards
Best Ladies Team                               Two trophies
Team Award                                     One trophy
Super Special Stage Award                      Two trophies
Spirit of the Rally                            Daily on Legs 1-5:

UAE / Gulf Competitors Awards
A separate, additional classification will be drawn up for those crews where both members are
holders of Gulf/UAE competition licences. This classification will be determined by penalties




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expressed in time, with the crew with the lowest total being the winner, the next lowest second
etc.
1st Overall                  Two trophies and a cash award of Dh 12,000
2nd Overall                  Two trophies and a cash award of Dh 10,000
3rd Overall                  Two trophies and a cash award of Dh 8,000
4th Overall                  Two trophies and a cash award of Dh 6,000
5th Overall                  Two trophies and a cash award of Dh 4,000



           Appendix 1 - Competitors’ Relations’ Officers




Competitors Relations Officer (CRO)          Elie Semaan


PRINCIPAL MISSIONS

Inform the competitors and play a mediating role at all times.
This post must be entrusted to an official in possession of a license issued by their ASN as it
implies certain knowledge of the General Regulations. They may attend the meeting of the panel
of the Stewards, in order to keep abreast of all the decisions taken.
The competitors’ relations officer must be able to be easily identified by the competitors.

PRESENCE DURING THE RALLY

When the secretariat is opened, they should have the secretary of the meeting draft a schedule of
their duties which shall be posted on the Notice board of the rally and which shall include:
     - Presence at scrutineering.
     - At the Secretariat of the Meeting.
     - At the start of the rally.
     - At regrouping halts.
     - In the Parc Ferme at the end of sections.
     - Near the Parc Ferme at the finish (the latter being dependent on the rally timetable).

Function

    -   Give accurate answers to all questions asked
    -   Provide all information or additional clarifications in connection with the Regulations and
        the running of the rally.

Mediation

Avoid forwarding questions to the stewards, which could be solved satisfactorily by a clear
explanation, with the exception of protests (for example, clarify disputes over times, with the
assistance of the timekeepers).
The competitors' relations officer shall refrain from saying anything or taking any action, which
might give, rise to protests.



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                    Appendix 2 – Equipment & Safety
ROAD BOOK AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT, See Supplementary Regulations Art 13 and
FIA CC General Prescriptions Art 12.

GPS rented from ERTF is compulsory. Not having a GPS or the presence of, or use of a GPS
other than one supplied by ERTF will result in exclusion.
The GPS will be loaded with the waypoints and the access codes will be announced at Rally HQ,
                                     th
on a daily basis: Sunday November 5 – 16:30Hrs DIMC and at the bivouac at 1630.
                                                          th
The GPS and Iritrack should be ordered before October 20 , from:-
ERTF Competition, Parc Technologique De Soye 56275, Ploemeur, CEDEX, FRANCE
Tel: +33 (0)2 97 87 25 85 Fax: +33 (0)2 97 37 59 21 E Mail: competition@ertf.com
The Rental cost for GPS (Auto), without power cable or aerial cable is Euro 309 + Euro 1000
refundable deposit. The following can be purchased: Aerial: E 138.50, Power cable E 49.80,
Aerial cable E 47.50 Bracket E 49.30 Please use the official form when ordering.

Iritrack – Rental cost 350 €. Purchase cost of fittings: Bracket € 49.30, Power cable € 49.80
Antennae € 194. mdepaiva@tdcom.fr Tel : + 331 45 10 37 54, Fax : + 331 43 86 19 17

Sentinel will be issued at documentation. Competitors have to order the mandatory kits and
make the installation before the scrutineering (Gulf entries shall order from the UAE Desert
Challenge organization, overseas entries - directly from PROTECH, 6 bis, avenue de la Gare,
34570 PIGNAN, France Tel +33.(0)4.67.27.35.84 Fax +33.(0)4.67.50.95.64).
Rental for - Car-truck: 120 €
Installation kit (power cable, mounting bracket, buzzer): 105 € + 10 € (delivery fees).

All order forms are available from the UAE Desert Challenge organisation.


The First Aid Kit, in a small sealed rigid container, and identified as such should include:

                eye lotion (boroclarine, stilla or equivalent)
                disinfectant cream (betadine, biafine or equivalent)
                pain killers (aspirin or equivalent)
                a haemostatic (coagulant)
                anti diarrhoea tablets (immodium or equivalent)
                sun cream for the skin and lips
                selection of sterile bandages, plasters, safety pins
                Re-hydration powder


Survival Equipment

       Small hand shovel
       9 metre long recovery towing strap
       Cigarette lighter
       Compass
       Torch and spare batteries
       5 litres of water for each member of the crew
       Aluminium blanket (2m x 1m) per crew member
       1 emergency communications device (telephone only)
       Mirror
       1 extended flashing torch/strobe light



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Organisers Safety Measures

Mobile phone (recommended but not compulsory)
The organisers recommend the use of a mobile phone. Emergency Numbers can be called in
case of injuries or important material damages during the race (mechanical problem or crash).
Mobile phones can be rented during documentation.

Survival Rations
The Organisers will provide Emergency Survival Rations and bottled water to each competitor
during distribution of the Road Book the evening prior to the Leg.


           Bivouac Camp
The organisers will provide the essential hygiene facilities and catering arrangements and tents.
Competitors and service are advised to bring their own personal tents, sleeping bags and other
basic camping equipment.

             Medical Services
Fully trained doctors and nurses will be on duty throughout the event to cope with emergency
situations. All local hospitals in the vicinity will be alerted to receive casualties. An equipped
medical clinic will be on 24-hour stand-by duty at the bivouac. A medically equipped helicopter,
with trained staff, will be available during the event. In addition all helicopters will carry one
trained medical person on board.




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  Appendix 3- Specific conditions for Group T2 vehicles

On the vehicles in this category, the following parts:
- Gearbox,
- transfer box,
- Front axle and
- Rear axle
Must not be replaced and/or dismounted for overhauling, and the engine block/lower casing
assembly must not be separated.
The competitor must provide holes with a minimum diameter of 1.5 mm allowing the passage of
the sealing wires, to prevent:
1. The changing of complete parts;
2. The dismounting for repairing these parts (piercing the lugs on housings, heads of screws on
the main and subsidiary housings, etc.).
These holes must be easily accessible for the Scrutineers, so that they can seal the parts without
difficulty.
Should a competitor present his vehicle for scrutineering without having already pierced the holes
for sealing as specified in the present regulations, he may not be allowed to take part in this
category.
The parts, which cannot be changed and/or repaired, are:
- complete front and rear axles (housings, axle nose, banjo, all internal mechanical parts, etc.)
with the exception of the axle shafts and cardan joints which are free;
- Complete gearboxes (main and subsidiary housings, all internal mechanical parts, etc.);
- Complete transfer boxes (main and subsidiary housings, all internal mechanical parts, etc.);
- Engine block complete with rods and lower engine housing;
- Bare cylinder head.
Only the following may be separated (on condition that this can be done without removing the
seals) in order to carry out repairs:
- Cylinder head and block [for cylinder head gasket(s) and valves]
- block and clutch housing (for complete clutch).
The absence, whether notified or not, of an identification mark concerning the sealed parts, will
result in the exclusion of the vehicle from the marathon category; however, if the Stewards so
decides, the competitor may continue to race in Group T1.
In order not to be penalized for the possible loss of sealings, the competitor may request the
Scrutineers to add sealings in those spots, which he deems vulnerable.




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