1. Cumbria Kart Racing Club Ltd will organise a National B permit meeting for Iame Cadet on Sunday 7th July 2019 for the ABkC Open Championship classes as detailed below at Rowrah Stadium, Rowrah, Cumbria. The Meeting will be held in accordance with the General Championship Prescriptions of the MOTORSPORT UK (incorporating the provisions of the International Sporting Code of the FIA), and the ABkC regulations contained in the Karting UK Yearbook, the following Supplementary Regulations and any final instructions issued by Cumbria Kart Racing Club Ltd. Karts entered for the meeting must comply with the MOTORSPORT UK and Karting UK Yearbook 2019 regulations and the ABkC regulations contained therein.

2. M.S.A. Permit No. M.S.A. Track Licence No. K/2019136. The circuit is 1030 metres long and has 9 corners.

3. Competitor eligibility - For the ABkC O plate classes - competitors must be fully paid up members of a MOTORSPORT UK approved kart club affiliated to the Association of British Kart Clubs and in possession of a valid MOTORSPORT UK kart licence, minimum National B (novices will not be allowed), or valid Licence and Medical issued by Motorsport Ireland (H26.1.1 & H26.1.5) or be a professional driver in possession of a valid Licence (featuring an E.U. flag) and medical, issued by the ASN of a member country of the European Union. All members of ABkC currently affiliated clubs are invited. ABkC permission has been given. Licences and club membership cards will be inspected at signing on. A PG Entrant Licence must be produced in accordance with U.14.1.5 if the driver is a minor. By entering for the meeting, all competitors, and their associates, commit to the MOTORSPORT UK Race ‘n’ Respect campaign and agree to positively promote and demonstrate the Racing Code. Competitors not complying with the Code may find themselves before the Meeting Stewards for the consideration of additional penalties. 4. Eligible classes for the ABkC O plate are Iame Cadet – other classes will be running at this meeting for the Club Championship. The minimum number of entries for the O plate class is 10. Should the minimum numbers racing not be received the organisers have the right to cancel the class or the meeting, or not to award the ‘O’ plate in that class.

5. Programme will be as follows: Signing-on for Sunday will be 8.00am until 9.00am Scrutineering and tyre draws for the O plate class will take place on Saturday at times to be notified to competitors when signing on for practice. Drivers briefing for all classes will be on Sunday at 9.00am with practice taking place from 9.15am. There will be practice, 3 heats and finals over Sunday with the full programme being available at signing on. 6. The Officials of the Meeting will be as follows; Clerk of the Course; Mr. William Routledge Eligibility Scrutineer; TBC Stewards of the Meeting; Mr. Hartley Timmins, Mr. Peter Walsh. Secretary of the Meeting; Mrs.Marion Fell Race duration and Officials will be as detailed in the raceday programme.

7. There will be three heats for each competitor, the heat positions being determined computer. The grid positions for any B finals and the A final will be determined by points gained in the three heats. The maximum number of competitors on the circuit at any one time will be 34. Grid points will be given as follows – 1st place 0 points, 2nd place 2 points, 3rd place 3 points increasing by 1 point. Non starters and exclusions will be awarded points according to the largest heat/timed practice grid in the class plus one. Any tie on points will be decided from the result of the first heat. Changes to heats and finals may be made at the discretion of the Organisers. Competitors will be notified as soon as possible of any changes to the published programme during the course of the meeting.

8. Trophies will be presented in the ratio of 1 – 5. The winners of the O plate class will be entitled to use the O Plate at all Motorsport UK Clubs until the end of 2020, or until the next O Plate meeting if earlier. Perpetual trophies remain the property of the ABkC and must be returned, in good condition, when requested. Drivers domiciled outside the UK will not be permitted to be loaned the perpetual trophy. Competitors are obliged to collect their awards personally at prizegiving. In the event of any provisional results being revised after any provisional presentations, and such revisions affect the distribution of any awards, the competitors concerned must return such awards to the club in good condition within seven day. Should the meeting be abandoned after the heats but before the final then the results will be declared and trophies awarded on the basis of the final grid.

8a. Entertainment Tax Liability: In accordance with current government legislation, the organising club is legally obliged to withhold tax at the basic rate on all payments to non-UK resident sportsmen/women and account to HMRC using form FEU1, the quarterly return of payments made to non-resident entertainers and sportsmen/women. That is, those persons who do not have a normal permanent residence in the UK. The UK does not include the Isle of Man, Channel Islands or Eire. This means that as the organiser or organising club is required to deduct tax at the current rate applicable from any such payments they may make to non-UK residents. Under certain circumstances, it may be possible for competitors to enter into an agreement with the Inland Revenue to limit the tax withheld. Any application for such and arrangement must be made in writing and not later than 30 days before the payment is due. For further information contact HMRC Personal Tax International, Foreign Entertainers Unit, St John’s House, Merton Road, Liverpool L75 1BB. Tel: 0151 472 6488 & Fax: 0151 472 6483.

9. Competitor Promotional obligations - Competitors may be required to display sponsor decals/stickers, which will be provided, on their karts, helmets and visors in a position specified by the organizers, at all times. Competitors may be required to take part in promotional activities during the meeting. Failure to comply with the above could result in immediate exclusion from the event, or forfeiture of any prize or award. ABkC decals will be supplied and must be placed underneath front number plates, ABkC visor strips will also be supplied and must be worn on helmets.

10. Competitors must use allocated race numbers and this must be displayed on all 4 sides of the kart.

11. Drivers who fail to take their correct positions on the dummy grid when instructed will start at the rear of the grid. Grids will close two laps before the start of the preceding race. The starter, along with the Chief Timekeeper, will be a Judge of Fact in respect of race starts.

12. Kart Year Book regulation B.12 - no metal sprocket protectors are allowed at CKRC - plastic only.

13. Competitors are reminded that flag signals may be replaced with steady or flashing lights to replicate a stationary or waved flag signal. Where a light signal is used instead of a flag signal, the penalty for failing to comply with the light signal shall be the same as the penalty for failing to comply with a flag signal as detailed in section C of the Competitors Yearbook. All warning flags may be given by an appropriately coloured panel digital display (Q15.1).

15. If a competitor does not complete any lap in the correct manner, i.e. missed chicane, the Clerk of the Course will decide if an unfair advantage has been gained and, if deemed so, that lap will be disallowed and the competitor deemed to be one lap down. Any driver leaving the track more than twice, for whatever the reason, may be excluded from the race. (Q14.4.2 applies)

16. Judicial proceedings will be in accordance with the MOTORSPORT UK Year Book and the 2019 CIK-FIA Judicial Trial and Summary of Mandatory Penalties – Stewards (CIK Trial) issued by the MOTORSPORT UK and shown in Appendix 1. The right to protest or appeal lies with the entrant or driver in accordance with the General Regulations of the MOTORSPORT UK. By entering into this Championship all competitors and their associates commit to the MOTORSPORT UK Race ‘n’ Respect campaign and agree to positively promote and demonstrate the Racing Code which is appended to these regulations. Where any reports of disrespectful conduct are judged to be well founded the Championship organizers may issue warnings or require remedial action and/or report the matter to the Championship stewards who may impose appropriate penalties which can include loss of Championship points and/or race bans throughout to Championship expulsion and referral to the MOTORSPORT UK.

17. All competitors will be required to complete a scrutineering card stating engine and chassis numbers. It is the sole responsibility of the competitor to complete this card correctly. For drivers under 18 years of age, their scrutineering card MUST be countersigned by a parent/guardian or it will be deemed invalid.

18. Noise tests will be undertaken throughout the day, and competitors must conform to the noise regulations as laid down in the current MOTORSPORT UK Yearbook and Karting UK Yearbook. Any competitor found to be excessively noisy will be removed from the circuit.

19. A yellow line is painted 25m ahead of the start line. It is forbidden to accelerate before having crossed that line and any breach may result in a penalty up to and including exclusion.

20. Technical regulations will be in accordance with the MOTORSPORT UK 2019 Yearbook and the ABkC Class regulations, contained within the Karting UK Yearbook 2019 (Gold Book) . The following additions will also apply -

a) TYRES For the class competing in the O plate, one set of slick tyres will be allowed per competitor for the event (warm-up, heats and finals), which must be purchased from the official supplier using the attached order form, plus one front and rear. These extra tyres may only be allowed at the discretion of the event scrutineer if in his opinion either one front or one rear tyre is un-safe to use. It is the competitor’s responsibility to make sure that the scrutineer inspects a faulty tyre before leaving the parc ferme area. No extra tyre will be allowed after the kart has returned to the pit area. Excessive wear does not count for a replacement. It is the competitor’s responsibility to purchase any extra slick tyres from the official supplier. One set of wet tyres should be purchased from the official supplier. All tyres will be held under parc-ferme conditions. The scrutineers may make tyre tests. Tests may be carried out by a portable detector to detect the application of illegal chemical substances applied to tyres, in contravention of MOTORSPORT UK regulation U16.9.6 as per Karting UK Yearbook 2019, App 4, Section G. Tyres will be marked or barcodes used to identity for each competitor. Tyres are not allowed to be left at the circuit – each competitor must remove his/her own tyres. Tyres are barcoded and owners traceable – any tyres found left at the circuit will be disposed of and the owner charged the disposal fee paid by CKRC. b) FUEL & FLUIDS For all O plate classes the only petrol allowed to be used during racing will be that petrol nominated by the championship organisers from a nominated petrol pump at a designated local service station. MOTORSPORT UK regulation C4.1 to C4.2.1 applies. The entrant must obtain a receipt from the designated service station dated no earlier than the Thursday preceding the meeting. The receipt must be shown on request of the Technical Commissioner, the Eligibility Scrutineer or the Chief Scrutineer or the fuel official. The designated pump will be promulgated in Final Instructions. Any fuel testing done at the circuit is not the definitive test merely an indicator to proceed with fuel comparison and/or analysis testing, which will be carried out as per D.34. Comparison testing of fuel will be carried out after the event by a Motorsport UK designated tester (for an MOTORSPORT UK approved comparison test as per C4.2) in accordance with D34.3. Three individual samples will be taken and sealed as per D.34.1.4. One sample, selected at random, will be sent to the tester along with one sealed sample of the control fuel, mixed with the declared oil and ratio, plus one sealed sample of unmixed control fuel. The Eligibility Scrutineer or Technical Commissioner will retain the further samples and sealed samples of the control fuel. Results will remain provisional until the tests and judicial process are complete. If you have fuel samples taken for further analysis of additives (including oil) or for comparison testing, you will be required to make a written declaration to the scrutineer stating the make and type of oil that you have used in your petrol, and the ratio mix. A deposit of £500 will be required towards the cost of the comparison or analysis fuel testing.

If your samples do not conform to your written declaration or are found to be ineligible you will be excluded from the meeting and reported to the MOTORSPORT UK and ABkC. If proven to be ineligible that competitor will pay for the cost of the tests and all costs incurred. A minimum of three litres to be available is recommended (U.16.18) but a minimum of 1.3 litres is mandatory to allow for comparison testing and/or analysis of additives (including oil). The testing of fluids other than fuel will be carried out by taking three samples, each of equal volume, and labelled and sealed. One sample will be tested by a MOTORSPORT UK approved official using approved test equipment in accordance with MOTORSPORT UK approved procedures. The principles applied to the testing of fuel samples in D.34. will be followed as appropriate for the testing of such other vehicle fluids. Any time during the meeting you may be requested by the Eligibility Scrutineer to replace under supervision the fuel in the kart with fuel that will be given to you by the scrutineer, for use for the remainder of the meeting. The cost of this fuel is to be paid by the competitor prior to their next race. Any competitor found to have been using fuel, tyres, or equipment not conforming to these regulations, will be subject to any costs involved in carrying out any necessary tests or eligibility procedures. Failure to pay these costs will result in exclusion from any further championship meetings organised by the ABkC and may result in being excluded from any meeting organised by a club, which is a member of the ABkC.

c} Parc Ferme regulations will apply to slick and wet tyres for the O plate class only and these will be distributed from parc ferme for all classes.

d) At the direction of the Chief Scrutineer, standard parts (e.g. ignition or exhaust) or tyres (similar or better tread depth) may be supplied by the organisers and must if requested be exchanged. These parts/tyres must be returned in good working order at the end of the meeting, unless the entrant’s part/tyres has been impounded for testing. If Fuel and oil is supplied by the organisers then the competitor will be required to pay for the fuel and oil that is used.

e) Only one chassis and two engines may be scrutineered for racing. During the meeting should a chassis be damaged beyond repair on the recommendation of the scrutineer and at the discretion of the Clerk of Course a second replacement chassis will be permitted. If seals are used on chassis and/or engines, the numbers must be written on the scrutineering card.

f) It is a condition of entry that a driver will, when so directed by the Eligibility Scrutineer or his deputy, carry on-board cameras and recording equipment for either judicial or filming purposes. Should it become necessary to carry on-board cameras, the competitor and kart must be checked and passed by the Scrutineer. Minimum weights will include on-board cameras and associated equipment.

g) Infringement of Technical Regulations: The minimum action resulting from infringement of technical regulations arising from post race scrutineering or Judicial Action will be exclusion from the race or timed qualifying session, and the maximum action will be exclusion from the meeting. This shall not apply in the case of drivers being underweight or in the case of a technical infringement due to an incident during a race, such as an Air box, exhaust etc. falling off. The penalty for these types of infringements, shall be exclusion from the race.

21. Any driver considered to be baulking or blocking another driver may be penalised. Q.14.4.1 applies. A driver who consistently places their kart on a line that is not that recognised as the racing line, in a effort to prevent being overtaken, may be warned as to their unsporting conduct and should they continue they may be given a 5 place penalty. Lap times may be taken into consideration

22. The entry fee is £120 for O plate competitors which will include practice on Saturday and practice, heats and finals on Sunday. Online entries are available by using the link on our website. All cheques/postal orders should be made payable to CKRC Ltd. There will be optional practice available on Friday 5th July at a charge of £55 per driver. The Club has the right to refuse any entry not accompanied by the correct fee or not on the correct entry form. Entry fees will only be refunded if withdrawn prior to the closing date, minus an administration charge of £10.00. Entries withdrawn after the closing date will not be entitled to a refund. All telephone/faxed entries must be followed up by the hard copy and cheque in the post. Entries open forthwith and close on Friday, 28th June 2019. Should the meeting be cancelled or abandoned, before official practice, a £10.00 administration charge will be levied on all entry fees. The secretary of the meeting, to whom all entries should be sent is; MRS. MARION FELL, 50 NEWTON ROAD, DALTON-IN-FURNESS, CUMBRIA. LA15 8NF. Entries after 28th June may be accepted at an additional cost of £10.00 subject to availability. Any cheques presented for payment of the entry fee that are returned from the Bank for any reason will be subject to a £20 admin fee.

23. All results will be published as soon as possible after each race, on the notice board at Race Control. Transponder timing systems will be used as per the Karting UK Yearbook Annex 4, Section F. TAG transponders MUST BE fitted to all karts and it is the responsibility of the driver to ensure that the transponder is working correctly, the signal is not obscured in any way and the battery is sufficiently charged. These transponders will be used for lapscoring and any timed practice and must be in place and working for practice and race day. Transponders not fitted or not working correctly will result in the competitor not being lap scored or timed and no finishing position will be given. Anyone not owning their own transponder will be able to hire one for the meeting from CKRC at a charge of £10.00. Anyone hiring a transponder from CKRC will be responsible for its safe return to CKRC and, if lost or damaged, must pay the full costs of repair or replacing the transponder. Tag Heuer timing will be used for this meeting.

24. The scales and check weights provided for competitors use are to be deemed correct on the day.

25. No pit bikes, push bikes, model cars, roller skates, etc. are allowed in the pits. Parents are responsible for the behaviour of their children. Any person found to be bringing the Club into disrepute or damaging any area of the pits or track will be subject to the disciplinary procedures of CKRC Ltd.

26. THE CLIMBING OF THE QUARRY BANKS AROUND THE CIRCUIT IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. THESE AREAS ARE STRICTLY OUT OF BOUNDS. Dogs will be allowed in the pit area but must be kept on a lead AT ALL TIMES. Dogs are not allowed on the track at any time.

27. A fire extinguisher, meeting or exceeding ABkC regulations in the Karting UK Yearbook Appendix 4 Section B.15 and capacities,

must be carried in a competitors vehicle at all times whilst in the pits. Your fire extinguisher should be presented at pre-race scrutineering along with your kart.

28. Competitors should refer to the Cumbria KRC website for their data protection policy and confirm that we comply with the Data Protection Act 2018.

29. By countersigning as parents/guardians/guarantors of minors they agree that they have no objection to still or moving images being taken of the driver / volunteer official undertaking their sporting activities. If requested recordings from the camera must be made available to the organisers for their use as follows. All footage is copyright of Cumbria Kart Racing Club and may not be used for any commercial purpose without written permission from the promoter. By countersigning as entrants of minors they agree that they have no objection to still or moving images being taken of the driver or team personnel undertaking their sporting activities.

30. All competitors are expressly forbidden to practice or use the circuit in any type of kart on the Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday directly prior to the meeting. Any competitor reported or deemed to have done so by an official of the organising club or an ABkC official, may be excluded from that meeting.














IAME O PLATE  -  7TH JULY 2019  


DUNLOP SLICKS – LS2 (MSA)             £131.66 PER SET

DUNLOP WETS – W7116 (RAC)       £139.63 PER SET



PLEASE PHONE 015395 62256 (office)     07770817413 (mobile)   01539562256 (fax)   E-mail –

Tyres to be ordered by phone, fax or e-mail before the closing date.

Payment is by card or by Bacs to  Sort Code 20-45-28, Account 80298905

Remember minimum order is 1 set of slicks and 1 set of wets.

No late orders and no spare sets will be available at the track.