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2005 Petrusburg Aartappel Fees Social Off-Road. Saturday 5 March 2005 Provisional Rules and Regulations.
1. Promoters / Organizers 1.1. Petrusburg Aartappel Fees Committee with the help of the Kimberley Off Road Club. 1.2. Contact Persons. Theuns Schutte 082 4650 442 James Gird 083 310 0001 Entry Form Requests: 053 830 8000 (Jonelle) Fax: 053 830 8001 E-Mail: korc@kimberley.co.za or goeiehoop@inext.co.za Website: http://korc.kimberley.co.za Program of Events. 2.1. 10:00 – 11:00 Entries & Documentation 2.2. 11:00 Riders Briefing on start line. 2.3. 11:10 Bikes & Quads line up and start site lap. 2.4. 12:30 Bikes & Quads depart (Race starts). 2.5. 16:30 Time bar – racing section closes. Event and Status 3.1. The race will be known as the 2005 Petrusburg Aartappel Fees Social Off-Road. The event starts when documentation commences and will be deemed finished once the results are final. 3.2. This race will also be the first race of the 2005 KORC Social Off-Road series. You have to indicate on your form if you want to score points in this series, and pay an extra R30 entry fee. 3.3. This event is classified as a Fun Day. Description of event. 4.1. Starting order of racing section: Motorcycles will start first followed by Quads 4.2. The racing section will comprise of a route of +- 140km. Competitors will be required to complete 4 laps of +-35km. This excludes one site lap before the race. 4.3. The start/finish will be at the auction grounds, past the show grounds, in Petrusburg. Officials 5.1.1. Clerk of the course TBA 5.1.2. Chief Marshal TBA 5.1.3. Chief Time Keeper TBA 5.1.4. Medics TBA Classes 6.1. Motorcycles 85cc: Competition two strokes not exceeding 85cc and competition four strokes not exceeding 125cc. 6.2. Motorcycles 200cc: Competition two strokes not exceeding 200cc and competition four strokes not exceeding 250cc. 6.3. Motorcycle Open: Competition two strokes exceeding 200cc and competition four strokes exceeding 250cc. 6.4. Duel Sport 125: Duel sport two strokes not exceeding 125cc and duel sport four strokes not exceeding 250cc 6.5. Duel sport 250: Duel sport two strokes not exceeding 250cc and duel sport four strokes not exceeding 400cc. 6.6. Duel Sport Open: Duel sport two strokes exceeding 250cc and dual sport four strokes exceeding 400cc. 6.7. Quad Junior: Two strokes not exceeding 200cc and four strokes not exceeding 300cc, for riders younger than 15 6.8. Quads 200cc: Two strokes not exceeding 200cc and four strokes not exceeding 300cc. 6.9. Quads Open: Two strokes exceeding 200cc and four strokes exceeding 300cc. 6.10. If there are less than six entries in any of the individual classes, vehicles from those classes may be combined with other classes as seen fit by the organizers. Places and certificates will then be given for the combined classes. 6.11. Note: Duel sport motorcycles are roadworthy on/off road motorcycles not designed for competition use. Roadworthy competition motorcycles (WR’s, EXC’s, KDX’s etc) will no be classed as duel sport. Entries 7.1. Entries open immediately and close on Friday, 4 March 2005 at 16:00 by which time completed entry forms and indemnity forms accompanied by the prescribed fee must be in the hands of the Organizers. Entries not accompanied by the relevant fees will not be accepted. 7.2. Entry Fees: The entry fee will be R100 per normal entrant. 7.3. To score points in the 2005 KORC Social Off-Road series, you have to indicate so on your form and pay an additional R30 entry fee. 7.4. Entries will be accepted by fax and e-mail up to Friday, 4 March 2005 at 16:00, Fax: 053 830 8001, E-mail: korc@kimberley.co.za 7.5. Entries and payment can also be made at AeoN Computer, 182 Du Toitspan Road, Kimberley up to Friday, 4 March 2005 at 16:00. 7.6. Competitor’s whishing to enter by fax or e-mail and directly deposit their entry fee in the club’s bank account must fax/e-mail proof of payment together with their entry form. Please verify that your name is present on the proof of payment. 7.7. Competitors entering by fax or e-mail must bring their original entry form, indemnity form and proof of payment to documentation. 7.8. Bank account details for direct deposit of entry forms: Account Name: Aartapple & Wildsfees Account Type: Current Account No: 62029462075 Bank: FNB Branch: Petrusburg Branch Code: 231032 7.9. Competitors can call Jonelle at 053 830 8000, send a fax to 053 830 8001 or an e-mail to korc@kimberley.co.za to request entry forms to be faxed or e-mailed to them. 7.10. Late entries made in person at the event and will be accepted up to 5 March 2005 @ 12:00. (Note if you enter after 11:00 you will not be able to do the site lap) Race headquarters and official notice board. 8.1. Race Headquarters will be at the start/finish. 8.2. The official Notice Board will be at the race headquarters. Documentation 9.1. All competitors will be required to undergo documentation between 10:00 and 11:00 on 5 March at the race headquarters. If you arrive at documentation between 11:00 12:00 on 5 March, you will still be able to enter the race, but you will not be able to do the site lap. 10. Refuel, refueling and designated service points. 10.1.1. The refuel and service point will be next to the starting line. 10.1.2. Competitors may only receive help from officials of the race and other competitors on the route. At the designated service point competitors may receive help from their service crew.
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10.1.3. While refueling competitors must dismount from their motorcycle or quad and switch the engine off. Finish and route check control cards 11.1. The finish of the event will take the form of a timed control point. The competitors in each class with the least total time will be declared the winners of the event. 11.2. All competitors will be issued with a route check control card at documentation. Loss of or damage to the card may result in the competitor concerned being classified as a non finisher. The competitor must stick the route check card to the back of the incident report form and hand it in at race headquarters within 20 min after completing the event. The onus rest on the competitor to hand in his route check card at the final control point after completion of the event. Failure to hand in the incident report form and route check card within the allotted time may result in the competitor concerned being classified as a non finisher. Retirement and incident report forms. 12.1. Retirement: Should a competitor retire from the event he is to immediately notify the nearest marshal / official of the fact in writing. Competitors who have retired from the event must proceed to Race headquarters as soon as possible and hand in their route check card and completed incident report from. Failure to comply with this may result in the competitor’s entry being refused by the organizers for future events. 12.2. Incident report forms: All competitors will be issued with an Incident Report From at documentation. This form must be handed in to the Organizers on completion of the event or on retirement from the vent. Failure to comply with this may result in the competitor’s entry being refused by the organizers for future events. The competitor’s route check card must be fixed to the back of the incident report form, before handing it in. Any incidents involving any person or property must be recorded on this from. Should a competitor fail to report any incident involving damage to any person or property on this form the competitor’s entry being refused by the organizers for future events. In particular, competitors are requested to notify the Organisers of any damaged/broken fences/gates so that the necessary repairs may be carried out. COMPETITOR CONDUCT 13.1. Injuries In the event of anyone being injured, competitors are obliged to stop and render whatever assistance may be needed. In the case of serious injury do not move the injured competitor unless he is in a dangerous position. THE NEXT MARSHAL MUST BE INFORMED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE IN ORDER TO SUMMON ASSISTANCE, PLEASE GIVE THE MARSHAL THE INJURED COMPETITORS NAME AND COMPETITION NUMBER AND APPROXIMATE LOCATION. WHEN AN AMBULANCE IS ENCOUNTERED ON ROUTE IT HAS THE RIGHT OF WAY ALL THE TIME. 13.2. General 13.2.1. The Organisers have been afforded the privilege of staging this event through populated, cultivated and remote areas 13.2.2. Please exercise caution through these areas and where livestock is concerned. Competitors are required to act responsible so that the event can take place in the future. 13.2.3. The route may traverse cultivated and grazing land (veldt), when it does; competitors are to stay on the route and away from vegetation. Competitors not found doing so will be excluded from the event. In many places the route may be narrow and dust and mud may be a problem. You should therefore, afford any competitor who has caught up with you every opportunity to overtake. Competitor’s observer by officials of the race, who do not give faster competitors an opportunity to overtake, may be penalized. 13.2.4. Competitors are requested to be considerate to the landowners when retrieving stranded racing vehicles from the route and to ensure that damage to cultivated and grazing lands is avoided when retrieving their vehicles. Failure to comply will result in disciplinary action being taken against the competitor concerned. Abuse of Officials: Competitors are responsible for their own behaviour and that of family friends and pit crew. TIME BAR: The official Time Bar - will be 16h30. No competitors will be allowed to start a new lap from the start/finish after this time. 15.1. The Time Bar may be extended by the Clerk of the Course should circumstances so dictate. RESULTS 16.1. Provisional results will be posted at within 60 min after the last competitor finished. These results will become final at the time of the Prize Giving. 16.2. Should there be an unreasonable delay in announcing the results the Stewards of the Meeting may postpone such announcement. PRIZE GIVING 17.1. Awards: Certificates will be given for each class as follows: Up to 4th place for more than 12 entries per class, up to 3rd place for more then 6 entries per class, up to 2nd place for more than 3 entries per class, for 1st place for 3 or less entries per class. 17.2. Certificates may also be given for the following places: Event Overall, Overall Competition Motorcycle, Overall Duel Sport, Overall Quad 17.3. Certificates will be posted to the relevant winners within two weeks after the Prize Giving. Please make sure your name, surname, telephone number, and postal address is written clearly on your entry form, to ensure your certificate reaches you and that the details on the certificate is correct. 17.4. The Official Prize giving will be at 19:40 at the main tent at the Aartappel Fees. RIGHTS OF THE CLERK OF THE COURSE, PROMOTERS AND ORGANISERS 18.1. The Clerk of the Course reserves the right to: Alter the departure times and route if forced to do so through weather conditions, or for any other reasons; Alter the starting and scoring methods, if it is found necessary to do so. 18.2. The Promoters / Organisers reserve the right to: 18.2.1. Postpone, abandon or cancel the event for any reasons. (In the event of postponement for more than twenty-four hours entrants will be refunded their entry fee.) 18.2.2. Refuse any entry. Accommodation:

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