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									                              CAPE TOWN MOTOCROSS CLUB
                                              http://www.ctmx.co.za
                                ROUND 3 OF WC REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS (BIKES)
                               ROUND 3 OF CTMX CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS BIKES/QUADS

                                                      PERMIT NO: 7873
                                                        3 APRIL 2010

SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS JURISDICTION
Held under the general competition rules and standing supplementary regulations of MSA and these
supplementary regulations plus further instructions which may be issued by the organisers.

1. PROMOTERS AND ORGANISERS:                    Cape Town Motorcross Club
                                                PO Box 797
                                                Langebaan
                                                7357
Chairman: Eric Barnard                          Tel: 082 379 7071
Vice Chairman: Mark Sangster                    Tel: 082 902 6965
Secretary: Karen Sangster                       Tel: 072 369 7356
                                                Fax: 086 2167645

2. MSA PERMIT #
Please Note That The Msa Flag Will Be Prominently Displayed

3.VENUE & COURSE:
The Zone 7 track is situated off the N7 past claybrick, turn right into Van Schoorsdrift Road (ostrich farm) travel 1km, track on right
hand side. The course surface comprises of sand, jumps, straights etc. and is between O.5km and 1.8km in length. Circuit will be
closed 7 days before the event.

4.EVENT AND STATUS:
The event will be a Regional/ Club championship event and will cater for the following classes provided that the
classes comply with the minimum number of starters as per regulations:
1.       Club Class Only: Newbie class (4 – 9) any 2 or 4 stroke auto clutch 50cc motorcycle, first time licence
         holder and rider. The CTMX committee will determine when the rider moves to the correct class.
2.       Club Class Only: 50cc auto clutch (4 -7 years shaft drive only)shaft driven with a maximum 12mm
         carburettor size. 10” front and rear wheels.
3.       Club Class Only: MX Junior (50cc auto clutch air cooled 4 – 8 years) air cooled carburettor size maximum
         14mm. Rear 10” and 12” front wheels.
4.       Club Class Only: MX Senior (50cc auto clutch pro water cooled 5 – 9 years) machine capacity may not
         exceed 51cc. Maximum 19mm carburettor. Rear 10” and 12” front wheels
5.       Club Class Only: Auto 80cc (6 – 11) 80cc 2 stroke/ 110cc 4 stroke
6.       Club Class Only: Junior motorcycle off road support class (8 – 12 years) (a) Junior motorcycle 85cc class –
         Maximum capacity is 86cc 2-stroke (small wheel) or 125cc 4-stroke air cooled. (b) Junior motorcycle 65cc
         - Maximum capacity is 66cc 2- stroke or 81cc 4-stroke.
7.       Regional and Club Class: MX65cc (7 –11 years)machine may not exceed 65cc. Rear 12” and 14” front
         wheels.
8.       Regional and Club Class: MX Junior 85cc 2 stroke (8 – 12 years)only motorcycles of capacity and not
         exceeding 80/85cc 2- stroke. Wheel diameter not to exceed rear 14” and 17” front wheels.
9.       Regional and Club Class: MX Pro mini 85cc 2- stroke and 150cc 4- stroke (11 – 15 years)only motorcycles
         with an engine capacity of 80/85cc 2- stroke and 150cc 4- stroke. Wheel diameter not to exceed 16” rear
         and 19” front.
10.      Regional and Club Class: MX 125cc (from 13 years) 2- stroke motorcycles not exceeding 126cc. Minimum
         wheel diameter 18” rear and 21” front.
11.      Regional and Club Class: MX 2 motorcycle capacity 125cc 2- stroke from14 years old or 250cc 4-stroke
         capacity from 16 years and older. Wheel diameter 18” rear and 21” front.
12.      Club Class Only: MX3 Veterans – motorcycles of unlimited capacity(riders who have turned 29
         years)(combined with masters)
13.     Club Class Only: MX Masters – motorcycles of unlimited capacity (riders who have turned 37
        years)(combined with MX3 veterans)
14.     Regional and Club Class: MX1 (Open senior) (16 years and older) - motorcycles capacity 250 cc to 450cc
        any stroke. Minimum wheel diameter 18” rear and 21” front.
15.     Club Class Only: Intermediate – 2- stroke motorcycles from 125cc and all 4- stroke motorcycles.
        Motorcycles with a wheel diameter of not less than 18” rear and 21” front. Open to riders 14 years and
        older who have not competed in a junior or senior moto x regional or national championship. First time
        riders and licence holders of a club licence only.
16.      Club Class Only: Enduro – motocycles of unlimited capacity
17.     Club Class Only: Quads - Pre-School: (4 – 7 years) up to 50cc 2-stroke & 80cc 4-stroke (Stock Class)
18.     Club Class Only: Quads - CVT (Stock): (7 – 12 years) up to100cc 2-stroke & 150cc 4-stroke (must have a
        continuously variable transmission system).
19.     Club Class Only: Quads - CVT (Modified): (7 – 12 years) up to 100cc 2-stroke & 150cc 4-stroke (must have
        a continuously variable transmission system).
20.     Club Class Only: Quads - Sportsman: (11 – 16 years) up to 240cc 2-stroke & 350cc 4-stroke (Production
        class).
21.     Club Class Only: Quads - High School: (17 years and older) up to 350cc 2-stroke & 450cc 4-stroke.
22.     Club Class Only: Quads - Pro 450: (18 and older) up to 350cc 2-stroke & 450cc 4-stroke.
23.     Club Class Only: Quads - Open: (18 and older) Unlimited capacity.

Minimum of 3 starters for club championships, minimum of 6 starters for regional championship. If less than 6 entries
are received in any of the above classes, that particular class may be combined with another class, only eligible
classes can be combined as per note 10 page 51. If categories are combined to make one club class race a
competitor must nominate his class.

5. ELIGIBILITY:
Refer to SSR’s 242 and 243 of the 2010 MSA, as well as all recent MSA National and Western Cape motocross
circulars. Note A minimum of a club licence is required for club classes. You may not ride in a Regional Class.

6. ENTRIES:
Entries open immediately and close on the MONDAY prior to the event.Refer to GCR 104.
Entries are to be submitted on the offical entry forms provided, entry fees need to accompany the entry form GCR
95 for it to be accepted. Late entries will be accepted until the close of documentation on race day. Any rider
who is late for documentation will be charged the late penalty of R200.00 refer to SSR 251.
A maximum of 40 bikes or 20 quads will be accepted per combined races. If more than 40 bikes or 20 quads are
received those entries will be placed on a reserve list. Only if entries are withdrawn will the reserve list come into
play. Riders who are on the reserve list may change to any other class that they may be eligible to participate in,
at the discretion of the clerk of the course.

7. ENTRANT’S LICENCE:
Where the entrant is not the rider, the appropriate licence must be obtained from MSA and be submitted together
with the entry form failing which the entrant’s name will not be published in the program.

8.ENTRY FEES                                        Early Bird                       Full Bird
                                               (discounted rate)                    (nomal rate)
PW50CC, 50CC, PW80CC AUTO, 50 CC QUADS              R250.00                          R275.00
65CC, 85CC ETC – OPEN SENIORS, ALL OTHER QUADS      R325.00                          R350.00
 INTERMEDIATE (ONLY)                                R270.00
SECOND CLASS ENTRY                                  R250.00
SECOND MEMBER, SAME FAMILY                          R300.00
LATE FOR DOCUMENTATION                              R200.00

Please note that the discounted rate applies for entries submitted on or before the Monday prior to the
event. Thereafter, the normal rate will be charged.

Entries Can Be Posted To:                 Cape Town Motocross Club
                                          5 Zomerlust Road
                                          Bergvliet
                                          7945
Chairman: Eric Barnard                    Tel: 082 379 7071
Secretary: Karen Sangster                 Tel: 072 369 7356
                                          Fax : 086 216 7645

Telephonic entries will not be accepted. Entries may be faxed or emailed. Close of entries and proof of payment is
to be with the organizers by no later than Monday 29 March 2010.
It is the responsibility of all competitors to make certain that his/her entry has been received, cheques and postal
orders are to be made payable to: CTMX or may be deposited directly into the CTMX bank account, the details
which are:
BANK                              STD BANK
BRANCH                            TABLEVIEW
ACCOUNT NUMBER                    27 123 2919
INTERNET TRANSFER CODE            02 22 09

A copy of the deposit slip or internet transfer is to be faxed to the organisers at the above fax number. The
organisers and promoters reserve the right to refuse any entry without giving a reason as permitted in GCR 99(i)
and 100. A change of vehicle will be permitted subject to valid reasons for the change being given and the jury of
the meeting agreeing to the change. Refer to GCR 259 in the 2010 MSA handbook

9. NUMBERS:
REFER TO SSR 221, 222, 223, 224 OF THE 2010 MSA HANDBOOK

10. CLOTHING:
REFER TO SSR 225 OFTHE 2010 MSA HANDBOOK

11. ENTRY TO CIRCUIT:
RIDER AND MECHANIC :     NO CHARGE, BUT MECHANIC MUST ACCOMPANY RIDER AND MACHINE
ADULTS:                  R20
CHILDREN UNDER 12:       R10
Children Under 5         Free

12. DOCUMENTATION:
WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE ZONE 7 CLUB HOUSE
Should you only enter on the day a late entry fee of R200.00 will be charged. Riders late for documentation will be
charged an additional R200.00

13. SCRUTINEERING:
Self scrutineering will now apply. Forms will be attached to these regs and they must be returned completed,
when lining up for practice. Should you have more than 1 bike kindly ensure that it is included on the self
scrutineering form as it is 1 form per bike, this is to be done by the start of practice . Refer to SSR 226 of MSA 2010
Handbook.

14. RIDERS’ BRIEFING:
Will take place before practice. All riders must be present at the briefing at the stipulated time and venue.
Representatives will not be allowed to represent a rider, but may accompany the rider to the briefing. Failure of a
rider to attend riders’ briefing at which a register may be taken, will incur the imposition of a R100.00 fine.

15. START:
The starting order for the first heat will be based on championship point postions and then by number order and
subsequent heats will be based on finishing positions of the preceding heat. Refer SSR 230. The start will be carried
out in accordance with SSR’S 230, 232, 233 & 234 of the MSA 2010 handbook. If a rider is not present in the pre-
race paddock when he/she is called to the start line, he/she will forfeit his/her starting position.

16. PRACTICE:
Practice will be as per the program of events. Each rider will be allowed one person as either a mechanic,
assistant or parent to accompany them to the start gates. No additional spectators will be permitted in this area
during the day at all, other than authorised officials and the rider’s nominated assistant. SSR 229.

17. MODIFICATIONS TO MACHINE:
2010 MSA Handbook SSR 227

18. END OF RACE OR CLASSIFICATION OF A FINISHER:
Refer to SSR’s 237,238,239 and 240 of the 2010 MSA handbook time limit as per SSR 238. Any competitor who fails to
complete three quaters (75%) of the race and who fails to pass the chequered flag within 2 minutes plus 30
seconds of the winner will not classify as a finisher. Refer SSR 238

19. RESULTS / PROTESTS:
Results will be posted on the clubhouse windows after every heat. These results will become final 15 minutes after
posting. Refer GCR’s 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205 and SSR 254 of the 2010 MSA handbooks.

20. PRIZEGIVING/AWARDS:
At the clubhouse after the last race of the day. Prize giving will take place as soon as possible after the last heat
subject to any protests. Should there be less than 3 riders for any class a participation trophy may be awarded.
Non-attendance at prize giving means forfeiting your prize/trophy. Refer GCR 280(iii) of the MSA handbook.

21. FUEL:
Refer to GCR 240 of the 2010 MSA handbook & MSA general circulars. See also SSR 255.

22. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS:
Refer to SSR 226(IV)

23. ENVIRONMENTAL MATS:
Refer to MSA handbook 2010 SSR 243 note 10

24. POSTPONEMENT/ABANDONMENT OR CANCELLATION:
Refer to GCR 244 of the 2010 MSA handbook. Should there beinsufficient entries to cover the cost of the race
meeting, it will be postponed / cancelled. A minimum number of 70 paid entries is needed.

25. FINAL INSTRUCTIONS:
Will be issued at riders briefing. The organisers reserve the right to alter practice order and race order should it be
found to be necessary.

26. TELEMETRY:
No telemetry will be used.

27. TRACK PREPARATION
Designated riders may be invited to the club during track prep to test any new jumps or changes to jumps/
landings which might have had any work done on them; this is merely a safety precaution to make sure that the
jumps/ landings are safe. The rider will not practise the circuit other than what he is being asked to do by the
person in charge of track prep.

28. JETTING STRIP
The Jetting Strip will be open from 07h00 and will be at least 100m in length in a single direction with a clear return
route that does not interfere with the test strip. It will be marked with clear entrance, exit and directional signage.
The jetting strip is for jetting purposes and set up only. Any competitor found to be joy-riding, performing
“wheelies” or not using the jetting strip specifically for testing purposes may be removed from the strip.
Full kit as per race regulations to be worn at all times on the jetting strip. Only competitors or bona-fide crew or
mechanics may operate vehicles on the jetting strip and within these SSR’s and the event SR’s. Mechanics must be
aware that unless they are competitors they are not covered for accidents and the organisers or event medics
are not duty bound to attend to them.

29. RIDING CONDUCT:
Riding conduct – refer to SSR 247 and SSR 256. Nothwithstanding the competitor’s exclusion, he/she will be
reported to the stewards of the meeting who may consider further action in terms of GCR 172(vii). This rule will be
strictly enforced

Incident/retirements- competitors’ attention is drawn to SSR 235 B

30. CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL:
Refer to MSA GCR 118 and 150 of the 2010 MSA handbook. This includes the pits and pit area.

31. POINTS SCORING:
Refer to SSR 244 of the 2010 MSA handbook.

32. ONE EVENT LICENCES:
Not available. Refer note 4 in the Non circuit SSR’s

33. OFFICIALS:
CLERK OF THE COURSE                                 DAWN TERBLANCHE (348/10 – GRADE B)
JURY PRESIDENT                                      JAN THORSEN     (231/10 – GRADE B)
JURY MEMBER                                         PAUL VLAANDEREN (GRADE C)
JURY MEMBER                                         GAYO PRIMIC      (333/10 – GRADE C)
ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARD                               HOWARD DANIELS (310/10 – GRADE C)
SECRETARY OF MEETING                                KAREN SANGSTER
DOCUMENTATION                                       CTMX TEAM
LAP SCORERS                                         CTMX TEAM
CHIEF SCRUTINEER                                    KIM THORSEN
MARSHALS                                            CTMX DEVELOPMENT TEAM
STARTER                                             ALLAN BESSESEN
CMO                                                 TYGESS
COMMENTATOR    PEEKS
GATE CONTROL   ZONE 7
                            Program of events (Proposed)

Documentation:06H45 – 07H15 Competitors should make sure that they have entered and completed
documentation.

Jury Meeting: 07H20 – 07H40

Junior Riders Briefing: 07H45 – 08H00

Practice Juniors
Newbie                                   08h05 – 08h13
50 cc Quads                              08h15 – 08h23
MX Jnr & MX Snr                          08h25 – 08h33
MX 65 & 85 Jnr/Auto 80cc/
Junior motorcycle off road support class 08h35 – 08h43
100 cc Quads                              08h45 – 08h53

Second Jury Meeting: 09h05

Races                                   Heat 1                   Heat 2
Newbie                                  09h20                    10h30           8min + 1 lap
50 cc Quads                             09h30                    10h40           8min + 1 lap
MX Jnr & MX Snr                         09h40                    10h50           10min + 1 lap
MX 65 & 85 Jnr/Auto 80cc/
Junior motorcycle off road support class 09h55                   11h05           15min + 1 lap
100cc Quads                              10h15                   11h25           10min + 1 lap

Documentation for Seniors 10:45 – 11:30

Senior Riders’ Briefing 11.40

Junior Prize Giving 11:45

Practice Seniors
MX Pro-mini                             12h00 – 12h10
MX 125 & Intermediate/ Enduro           12h15 – 12h25
Senior Quads                            12h30 – 12h40
MX 1 & MX 2                             12h45 – 12h55

Third Jury Meeting and Lunch 13h00

Races                                   Heat 1          Heat 2
MX Pro-mini                             13h30           15h20             15min + 1 lap
MX125/ Intermediate/Enduro              13h50           15h40             15min + 1 lap
MX 1                                    14h10           16h00             20min + 1 lap
Senior Quads                            14h35           16h25             15min + 1 lap
MX 2                                    14h55           16h45             20 min + 1 lap

Last race scheduled to finish at 17h05

Final Jury Meeting

Prize Giving – Please stay and support your fellow riders
                                           CAPE TOWN MOTOCROSS CLUB
                                           http://www.ctmx.co.za

                                            FAX TO:             086 2167645


OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM                                                              RACE 3/04/10

Class                                     Date                               Race Number




NAME:

LICENCE NO:
RIDER’S DATE OF BIRTH:                                AGE AT THE 31ST DEC 2010:
POSTAL ADDRESS:
PHONE: (W)                                     (H)                                 FAX:
CELL:                                          E-MAIL:
SPONSOR / ENTRANT:                                                LICENCE NO:
MAKE OF MACHINE:                                MODEL:                        CAPACITY:
NAME OF REGISTERED CLUB YOU BELONG TO:
BANK DETAILS: STD BANK, TABLEVIEW, ACC NO 27 123 2919, CODE 02 22 09


Declaration/Undertaking, to be signed by every competitor
I have read and understand GCR’s 93,94,99,121 and 122 of the MSA General Competition Rules 2010 and signify my/our
agreement to abide by these rules by signing this entry form. I, the lawful parent/guardian of the above-mentioned competitor,
do hereby grant permission for him/her to ride in the above-mentioned event. If a competitor is a minor, this form must be
countersigned by the appropriate parent or guardian.


RIDER                                           OFFICIAL USE

                                                LICENCE TYPE:CLUB / REGIONAL / NATIONAL

                                                LICENCE NUMBER:            _______________________
ENTRANT
                                                AMOUNT :                 ________________________

                                                PAID BY :    CASH / CHEQUE / EFT

                                                MEDICAL COVER:         MSA / PRIVATE
GUARDIAN
                                                MED AID COMPANY NAME: ____________________

                                                OFFICIAL SIGNATURE:_______________________

								
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