February 5, 2019

REGIONAL ROUND 2 – BAYNESFIELD

 

 

ENTER ON RACE CONTROL

 

 


REGS

2019
KZN REGIONAL ENDURO CHAMPIONSHIP

Round
2

Status
of Event

Regional
/ Club

Date
of Event

23
February 2019

  1. PROMOTERS

ORGANISERS/ORGANISING
COMMITTEE

SPONSORS

NAME

Natal
WFO Enduro Association

NAME

Natal
WFO Enduro Association

ADDRESS

786
Marine Drive, Office 35

Sentinel
Building, Marine Drive

SHELLYBEACH,
4265

ADDRESS

786
Marine Drive, Office 35

Sentinel
Building, Marine Drive

SHELLYBEACH,
4265

TEL
NO

TEL
NO

CELL

073 990
3698

CELL

0739903698

EMAIL

info@wforacing.co.za

EMAIL

info@wforacing.co.za

FAX

FAX

WEBSITES:

www.wforacing.co.zawww.motorsport.co.za

SOCIAL
MEDIA

Facebook:
Natal WFO Enduro Association

  1. JURISDICTION:

Held
under the General Competition Rules (GCR’s) and Standing
Supplementary Regulations (SSR’s) of Motorsport South Africa
(MSA), these Supplementary Regulations (SR’s) and final
instructions which may be issued to competitors and any relevant
MSA Circulars of 2019, which will take precedence to these SR’s.

These
regulations must be read and understood by all competitors.

  1. MOTORSPORT
    SOUTH AFRICA PERMIT NUMBER:


MSA
15763 (Issued 18 February 2019)

Please
note that the MSA Flag will be prominently displayed at

Start/
Finish

  1. EVENT
    AND STATUS
    :

The
event will be known as the WFO Baynesfield Hard Enduro and will
be Round 2 of the
2019
KZN Regional Enduro Championship
.

Venue
is situated:

Baynesfield
Club

GPS
Co-ordinates:

S29°45’28.76”
E30°21’02.46”

Accommodation:

Pietermaritzburg
/ Richmond

  1. ELIGIBILITY
    OF COMPETITORS:

Please
refer to Art9 (f) of the
2019
MSA SA National Enduro SSR’s and point 4 in the KZN Enduro
SSR’s.

Timing
will be done by Race Control. Cost of transponders are
R100.00
each,
payable at documentation, to Race Control. These transponders
are reusable and will remain the property of the competitors.

  1. COMPETITOR
    CONDUCT

Please
refer to Art 25 of the 2019 MSA SA National Enduro SSR’s.

Under
no circumstances will competitors or helpers be allowed to ride
their machines once they have completed the event. Failure to
adhere to this will result in exclusion from the event. This will
be dealt with in an extremely strict manner.

  1. PROGRAMME
    OF EVENTS:

Event
– Regional Enduro

Documentation
& Self Scrutineering

23
February 2019 – 07.30am to 09.00am at pits

Impound
Closes

23
February 2019 – 09.30 am all engines off at this point.

Riders
Briefing – WFO Enduro

23
February 2019 – 09.30am at the start line

Start
of Event – WFO Enduro

23
February 2019 – 10:00am

Prize
giving time

Once
results have been finalized

  1. OFFICIALS
    OF THE MEETING

    The following officials will be on duty:

OFFICIALS

NAME
& SURNAME

GRADE

LICENCE
NUMBER

CLERK
OF THE COURSE / SAFETY OFFICER

Jack
Cheney

A

14048

MSA
STEWARD

Roger
Stern

B

15630

CLUB
STEWARD

Greg
Orsmond

17137

ENVIRONMENTAL
OFFICER

Roger
Stern

15630

SECRETARY

Nadine
Flanagan

19287

TIMEKEEPERS

Race
Control

CHIEF
TIME KEEPER

Werner
Pienaar

19680

CHIEF
MARSHAL

Shaun
Chambler

13437

MEDICAL
SERVICE PROVIDER

Medi
Vac

STARTER

Jack
Cheney

14048

ROUTE
DIRECTOR

Chris
Coulthard

10432

  1. COMPETITION
    NUMBERS:

Competition
numbers for all classes will be those as issued by Motorsport S.A
(Head Office) only.

Contact
Carmen Hill (011 675 2220 /
carmen@motorsport.co.za)
– Number allocation form to be found on the MSA Website Please
refer to Art 14 of the
2019
MSA SA National Enduro SSR’s and point 2 in the KZN Enduro
SSR’s.

All
licences (including One event and WOW) to be obtained on the MSA
Online Licence system –
www.msaonline.co.za
before the event.

From
2019 
One
Event Licences
 (including
One event and WOW) must also be purchased through the online
system, this can only be done once the event has been loaded onto
the system.

  1. ENTRIES:

For
an entry to be valid, a completed official online entry form must
be with the organiser by the closing date.

Refer
to GCR 121 & GCR 122

Online
Entries

Immediately

Entries
Close

Wednesday
20 February 2019

Late
Entries

Wednesday
20 February 2019

Regional
and club entries close

Wednesday
20 February 2019

On
the Day

WOW
entries only

COMPETITORS 50 YEARS OLD AND OLDER CANNOT ENTER ON THE DAY OF THE
EVENT, AND NEED TO SUBMIT STRESS ECG RESULTS TO MSA BEFORE A
LICENCE CAN BE ISSUED TO COMPETE.

Entry
Fees are as follows):

Regional
Classes Entry only

R650
(including timing)

Club
Entry Fee only

R600
(including timing)

WOW
class

R400

Timing
Chip Fee (Compulsory)

R100.00
each

Late
Entry Fee

R200
WILL BE IMPLEMENTED ON ALL ENTRIES AFTER WEDNESDAY 20 February
2019

Banking
Details:

Bank

ABSA

Branch
Code

632005

Account
Number

4040019645

Account
Name

Natal
WFO Enduro Association

Entries
to be made online at

www.wforacing.co.za

Proof
of deposit is to be e-mailed toinfo@wforacing.co.za

Entry
is only complete on receipt of proof of payment of entry fee.
Copies of all event documentation to accompany riders to the
event
.Organisers
are not responsible for any incorrect documentation,

INCLUDING
A COPY OF YOUR MSA LICENCE

  1. ENTRANT’S
    LICENCES:

Where
the entrant is NOT the rider, an entrant’s licence must be
obtained from MSA and submitted at documentation, failing which
the Entrant’s name will not be published in the results. Refer
to ART 4 of the 2019 MSA SA National Enduro SSR’s.

  1. CLASSES:

Regional
(Minimum of a Regional Licence or one event Regional licence
only)

Please
refer to 2019 MSA SA National Enduro SSR’s, as well as REGIONAL
REGULATIONS –
Point
5 of the KZN Enduro SSR’s.

200cc,
Open, High school, Seniors and Masters

All
riders must have completed One lap to be a finisher

Club
(Minimum of a Club Licence or one event Club licence only)

Clubman
Class (non-championship)

Clubmans
Juniors- 16 years and older and not yet 21 (this is open to
riders who are able to ride an 85cc, 125cc, 150cc).

Grand
Masters – 55 years and older

Novice
Clubman Class

All
riders must have completed One lap to be a finisher. Riders that
do the Regional loop may be given time back at the discretion of
the COC.

WOW
Class

Open
to all persons from the year of their 15
th
Birthday. Subject to the conditions of point 9 above.

All
riders must have completed One lap to be a finisher. Riders that
do the Regional loop may be given time back at the discretion of
the COC.

Refer
to ART 37 (l) of the 2019 MSA SA National Enduro SSR’s

A
rider must be mobile with his motorcycle and cross the finish
line in order for the lap to

be
counted.

  1. GENERAL
    RACE INFORMATION:

WOW
CLASS

Riders
in this class will be electronically timed for accountability
only, therefore a timing tag is required. Timing and results of
on the day entries are not guaranteed.

Refer
to ART 37 (l) of the 2019 MSA SA National Enduro SSR’s

DOCUMENTATION
AND SCRUTINEERING
:

Refer
to Programme of Events above. Self-Scrutineering will apply.
Refer to Art 15 of the 2019 MSA SA National Enduro SSR’s.

RIDERS
BRIEFING:

Refer
to Programme of Events above. All riders must be present at the
briefing at the stipulated time and venue. The race starts with
rider’s briefing.Please refer to Art 26 of the 2019 MSA SA
National Enduro SSR’s.

IMPOUND
& PARC FERME:

ParcFerme
will apply, all bikes to be parked in the batches provided.

OFFICIAL
NOTICE BOARD:

At
Race Control

PITS:

Exceeding
walking pace in the pit lane will result in a time penalty being
imposed.

RACE
HEADQUARTERS:

Baynesfield
Club

PRIZE-GIVING:

Baynesfield
Club

DSP’S
AND REFUELLING:

No
outside refuelling. Refueling only in the pits

It
is a condition of entry that every pit has an acceptable
Environmental mat and Fire Extinguisher of 2.5 kg’s (Min)

GPS

Refer
to point 10 of the KZN Enduro SSR’s

TIME
BARS:

14h30
or once the lead rider has completed the required number of laps.
The time bar is at the discretion of the COC

ROUTE/EVENT
DESCRIPTION:

Refer
to point 7 of the
KZN
Enduro SSR’s.
.

The
COC will decide upon the number of laps to be ridden. Time back
for “Pro/Signature sections” of the route completed will be
at the descretion of the COCand these decisions will be conveyed
to the riders at riders briefing and on the event notice board.

The
organisers may on the day decide to make the first lap an untimed
lap that does not count to the overall result (sighting lap).
This has become necessary due to the terrain that the WFO course
is set on to ensure that the COC can make the correct decision
with regards to the number of laps required across all the
classes.

FINISH
AND ROUTE CHECK CONTROL CARDS:

These
are to be handed in with your Event Evaluation Form.

Please
refer to Art 33 of the 2019 MSA SA National Enduro SSR’s. A
missed check point will result in a time penalty to be determined
by the COC. 3 missed check points on a lap will result in a 1
lap penalty, this may be varied at the discretion of the COC.

SWEEPS
AND RECOVERY:

Sweepers
go out after cut off.

Recovery
is the responsibility of the rider

RESULTS:

Refer
to Art 42 of the 2019 MSA SA National Enduro SSR’s.

Provisional
results to be posted as soon as they are ready

TROPHIES
/ AWARDS:

Awards
will be made to the riders placed first to third in their
respective classes,
Note:
All awards will be distributed at prize giving. Any competitor
who is not present shall forfeit all such awards – Refer GCR
280 (iii).

SPECTATOR
/ SERVICE GUIDES:

Spectator
points info available at race control

RETIREMENT
AND INCIDENT REPORT FORMS:

Failure
to hand in an Event Evaluation Form as soon as finishing the
race, but latest within 30 minutes of respective time bars or as
soon as arriving back at racing control will be a Non Finishers
Result. If unable to do so, due to being stuck / injured on the
route, competitors should phone the COC in the interim.

Please
refer to Art 27 of the
2019
MSA SA National Enduro SSR’s.

REFRESHMENTS:

Will
be sold at the venue

  1. POSTPONEMENT,
    ABANDONMENT OR CANCELLATION:

The
Organisers reserve the right to cancel the event if less than 100
entries have been received by the closing date
.

The
Organisers reserve the right to postpone, abandon or cancel the
meeting or any part thereof. In the event of any of the above,
the Competitor/Entrant has no right to claim against the
Promoter/Organiser in respect of any loss or damage he/she may
incur, other than that specified in GCR 244. The meeting will
not be postponed, abandoned or cancelled without the consent of
the Clerk of Course
in
accordance with GCR 152.

  1. ADVERTISING:

It
is condition of entry that in addition to the advertising referred
to in GCR 246, competing motorcycles shall also display the
advertising, if any, as stipulated in the Championship and
specifications for the class for which the motorcycle is entered.

  1. POINTS:

Points
will be scored as per Art 7 in the
2019
MSA SA National Enduro SSR’s.

17. PROTESTS:

All
protests and appeals will be dealt with as set out in GCR
Appendix R, Parts IX and X.

18. RIGHTS
OF THE CLERK OF COURSE:

The
Clerk of the Course and/or the Stewarts of the Meeting have the
right to call a halt to an event due to “force majeure” for
any of the following, but not limited to, reasons:

i) Extreme
weather conditions

ii) Serious
or fatal accident

iii) Sections
of the route being deemed impassable owing to recent extreme
weather or other unforeseen circumstances.

iv) Dangerous
circumstances for riders involving spectators or bystanders.

v) Any
other circumstances which the Clerk of the Course, in his sole
discretion, deems to be dangerous or prejudicial to competitors.

19. CROSSING
OF PUBLIC /DISTRICT ROADS:

As
the organizer we have fully acquainted ourselves with Art 20 of
the
2019
MSA SA National Enduro SSR’s.
We
the organizers are also aware and have acquainted ourselves with
the provisions of Section 317 of the Road Traffic Act and confirm
that the event officials have been made aware of the above
section. By allowing the event to proceed we accept that all
requirements are complied with and where applicable all relevant
permissions are in place
.

20. GENERAL:

Safety
Plan for the event will be available from the Race Secretary, as
per the requirements of the Safety & Recreation Act 2 of
2010. Written permissions and Police Clearance Certificate will
also be with the race secretary.

  • Every
    pit is required to have a Fire Extinguisher of at least 2.5kg
    capacity.

  • Every
    rider is required to use an Environmental Mat when refuelling

  • Failure
    to meet these requirements will result in a fine being imposed

  • Refuse
    Bags will be available at The Registration Table

  • Riders
    are expected to take their refuse bags with them when leaving

  • Riders
    to carry rope
    ,
    whistle,
    cell phone, Minor Repair Kit, Water, Nutrition and Sun Block.

  • Helmets
    are to be worn at all times by any person on a motorcycle that
    has its engine running.

21. DIRECTIONS:

S29°45’28.76”
E30°21’02.46”