Supplementry Regulations

1. Cumbria Kart Racing Club Ltd will organize a Clubman or National B Permit Race meeting on club championship dates at Rowrah Stadium, Rowrah, Cumbria. The Meeting will be held in accordance with the General Championship Prescriptions of the Royal Automobile Club Motor Sports Association (MSA) (incorporating the provisions of the International Sporting Code of the FIA), the following Supplementary Regulations and any final instructions issued by Cumbria Kart Racing Club Ltd.

2. M.S.A. Permit No will be advised in the race programme. M.S.A. Track Licence No. K2017136

3. The event is open to all members of ABkC and NKF registered Clubs, including WSKC, SYKC, MBKC, SKRC, TVKC, DKC, WMKC, IOMKC, ChKRC and RKRC. All competitors must produce a current competition licence, medical certificate if required and a valid club membership card. Competitors under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by the holder of a Kart PG Entrant’s Licence who must sign on as the Entrant of that competitor.

4. Eligible classes are as detailed in the 2017 MSA Kart Race Year Book and any KTE as appropriate.

5. The meeting will incorporate Championship Rounds as detailed in the raceday programme.

6. Programme will be as follows: - all timings are approximate and will be confirmed in the race day programme. Signing-on and scrutineering 08.00 – 09.00 hours, Drivers Briefing 09.15 hours, Practice 09.30 hours, First race (approx) 10.00 hours

7. There will be 3 heats and at least one final for each competitor or one timed practice and two heats and a final. Grids will be determined by computer or by timed qualifying and by merit for the finals. C.K.R.C. reserve the right to alter grids on the day. Maximum grid is 34 (Gearbox 28 and Bambino 17) . Race duration and Officials will be as detailed in the raceday programme. Trophies will be presented in the ratio of 1 – 4, novices in the ratio of 1-3 in each class (numbers taken from close of official entries).

8. 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 at the start of the preceding race.

9. Judicial proceedings will be in accordance with the MSA Blue Book and the 2017CIK-FIA Judicial Trial and Karting Penalty table of mandatory penalties issued by the MSA. The right to protest or appeal lies with the entrant or driver in accordance with the General Regulations of the MSA.

10 Each competitor will be allowed only one set of slick tyres per meeting. These tyres will be marked at scrutineering. If any tyre is damaged during the meeting the chief scrutineers will allow a replacement at his discretion, on the grounds of safety and whilst under parc ferme conditions only. The scrutineers may make fuel tests. Any driver suspected of having ineligible fuel after these tests will be obliged to pay a minimum fee of £500 deposit for an MSA approved fuel test and the race results will be declared provisional. Following such approved MSA test where the fuel is found to be ineligible, the driver will be excluded from the results and his/her conduct may reported to the MSA for consideration by a disciplinary tribunal. MSA regulation D34.1 and Kart Race Yearbook 2017, App.4, section B, reg. B.1.1. applies. 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 MSA regulation U16.9.6 as per Kart Race Yearbook 2017, App 4, Section G. At the discretion of the Chief Scrutineer, standard parts (eg ignition) or tyres (similar or better tread depth) may be supplied by the organizers and must, if requested, be exchanged. These parts/tyres must be returned in good working order at the end of the meeting, unless the entrants part/tyres has been impounded for testing. 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.

11. The CIK homologated detatchable front fairing mounting kit, MSA Blue Book regulation U.17.1.6. will also apply to all Cadet karts from 1st March 2017.

12. 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, MSA regulation U7.8.3. The starter, along with the Chief Timekeeper, will be a Judge of Fact in respect of race starts. Race starts may be standing or rolling.

13. All results will be published as soon as possible after each race, on the notice board at Race Control. Lapscoring will be by means of transponders which will be TAG HEUER . 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 days. Transponders not fitted or not working correctly may result in the competitor not being lap scored or timed and no finishing position will 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. For all classes, the first and subsequent heat positions will be allocated by means of a computerized or manual randomized programme allocating a fair share of front/middle/back or by Timed Qualifying if used.

14. SCRUTINEERING DOCUMENT: All competitors will be given a scrutineering document for which they have sole responsibility to complete correctly as per MSA U16.5.1 and U16.5.2 and Kart Race Yearbook Appendix 4B including seal numbers if used, and in Formula TKM the chassis plate number, and hand to the Scrutineer at pre-race scrutineering.  (The Chief Scrutineer hereby has limited discretion to correct obvious typographical errors on the card at Clubman/Nat B events) Competitors must use allocated race numbers and this must be displayed on all 4 sides of the kart. Driver and one mechanic only will be allowed into the scrutineering and parc ferme areas.

15. Noise tests will be undertaken throughout the day, and competitors must conform to the noise regulations as laid down in the current MSA Kart Race Yearbook. Any competitor found to be excessively noisy will be removed from the circuit.

16. Kart Race Year Book regulation App 4 B.12 – No metal sprocket protectors are allowed at CKRC – plastic only.

17. CKRC Championship points will be scored as follows: Heats - 1st 30 points, 2nd 29, 3rd 28 reducing by one point to last place. Where timed qualifying is being used the qualifying will be classed as Heat 1 for points. A Finals - 1st 60 points, 2nd 57, 3rd 55 reducing by one point to last place Maximum points per round is therefore 150. B Final points – after the 1st 4 go through to the A final 5th – 26, 6th – 25, 7th – 24 etc. No points will be awarded for any C finals. No points will be awarded for a non-start in any race - except for the A final when a B final is held. In this instance a non-start in the A final will receive 27 points.

18. The entry fee is £47.00 for members and £62.00 for non-members. All cheques/postal orders should be made payable to CKRC Ltd. 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, transferred entries will also be subject to an administration charge of £10.00. Entries withdrawn after the closing date will not be entitled to a refund. All telephone/fax /email entries will be charged an administration fee if the hard copy and cheque are not received in the post. Entries open forthwith and close after the first post MONDAY prior to the meeting. Should a meeting be cancelled or abandoned, 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. Please enclose a SAE for acceptance of entry. Late entries may be accepted, at the discretion of the Competition Secretary, to fill grids but may be subject to a late entry fee. Any cheques returned from the bank for any reason will be subject to an administration charge of £15. Any trophies not collected at the trophy presentation at the end of the meeting will be forfeited.

19. Junior classes may have incident marshals at the discretion of the Clerk of the Course, provided that they have signed on and wear identification jacket as supplied by CKRC.

20. If a competitor does not complete any lap in the correct manner, i.e.missed chicane, the Clerk of the Course will decided 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)

21. 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).

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

23. No pit bikes, push bikes, model cars, roller skates, scooters, etc. are allowed in the pits (with the exception of official vehicles) Parents are responsible for the behaviour of their children. Vehicles may only be driven in the pits by a person holding that appropriate RTA licence.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.

24. THE CLIMBING OF THE QUARRY BANKS AROUND THE CIRCUIT IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. THESE AREAS ARE STRICTLY OUT OF BOUNDS. ALL GENERATORS IN THE PITS MUST BE TURNED OFF BY 11P.M.

25.A fire extinguisher, to Kart Race Yearbook Appendix 4, B15,must be carried in a competitors vehicle at all times whilst in the pits.

26. Competitors should note that information will be held on computer and is for CKRC information only. A photographer may be present on the day – anyone not wishing to be photographed should inform the Competition Secretary at signing on.

27. By entering for the meeting, all competitors, and their associates, commit to the MSA Race ‘n’ Respect campaign and agree to positively promote and demonstrate the Racing Code. Penalties may be imposed on any person not observing this.

If any person, driver or connected team members/guardians, is found to be using threatening or abusive language or behaviour at any time in the confines of the stadium, CKRC officials reserve the right to have said people removed from the stadium and they will be reported to the general committee who have the right to impose any disciplinary action deemed necessary on that persons or persons.

28. 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.

Sporting Regulations

1.1 TITLE

1.1.1 Cumbria Kart Racing Club - 2017 Club Championship.

 

1.2 JURISDICTION

1.2.1 The Cumbria Kart Club Championship is organised and administered by the Cumbria Kart Racing Club in accordance with the General Regulations of the Royal Automobile Club Motor Sports Association (incorporating the provisions of the International Sporting Code of the FIA) and these Championship Regulations.

 

1.3 OFFICIALS

1.3.1. The Co-Ordinator - Mrs. Marion Fell

1.3.2. Chief/Eligibility Scrutineer - Mr. Malcolm Fell

1.3.3. Championship Stewards - Mr. Hartley Timmins, Mr. Peter Walsh, Mrs. Sue Fairless

 

1.4. DRIVER ELIGIBILITY

1.4.1. Entrants must be fully paid up valid membership card holding members of Cumbria Kart Racing Club and in possession of a valid 2017 MSA licence. Competitors under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by the holder of a Kart PG

Entrant’s Licence who must sign on as the Entrant of that competitor.

1.4.2 Drivers and entrant/drivers must be fully paid up valid membership card holding members of Cumbria Kart Racing Club and be in possession of a valid MSA Competition licence (minimum Kart National B (novice) status).

1.4.3. All necessary documentation must be presented for checking at all rounds when signing on.

 

1.5. REGISTRATION

1.5.1. All members of Cumbria Kart Racing Club holding an MSA licence are automatically entered for the 2017 Club Championship. To be eligible for Club Championship points at the first round, membership applications must be received prior to that date. Applications received after that date, will be eligible for Club Championship points at the next round - points cannot be backdated.

 

1.6. 2017 CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP ROUNDS

1.6.1 The Championship will be contested over 12 rounds at Lakeland Stadium, Rowrah.

1.6.2. The dates of the 12 rounds will be as follows -- Sunday,12th February, 2017
Sunday, 5th March 2017
Sunday, 9th April, 2017 * 
Sunday, 14th May, 2017
Sunday, 11th June, 2017
Sunday, 9th July, 2017
Sunday, 13th August, 2017 *
Sunday, 27th August, 2017
Monday, 28th August, 2017
Sunday, 8th October, 2017
Sunday, 12th November, 2017
Sunday, 10th December, 2017 *

*Triple Crown Trophy – see regulation 1.8.3.

 

1.7. SCORING FOR THE CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP

1.7.1 Points will be awarded to competitors listed as finishers in the heats and finals as follows:

Heats - 1st 30, 2nd 29, 3rd 28 etc A Finals - 1st 60, 2nd 57, 3rd 55, 4th 54, 5th 53 etc. B Final points – after the 1st 4 go through to the A final 5th – 26, 6th – 25, 7th – 24 etc. No points will be awarded for any C finals. No points will be awarded for a non-start in any race -except for the A final when a B final is held. In this instance a non-start in the A final will receive 27 points.

All karts that come under starters orders and take the start will be classified as a finisher on a roll back of laps basis. Meetings will be held over 3 heats and at least one final for all competitors or timed qualifying, two heats and at least one final for all competitors. If timed qualifying is used then points will be awarded as if this was Heat 1.

1.7.2. The final round of the Championship on Sunday 10th December will carry bonus points for each heat and final completed. 25 points will be awarded for each heat and final completed giving a total 100 additional bonus points available.

1.7.3 The final Championship positions will be determined from the totals of a maximum of 9 best scores from all 12 rounds, unless, for some reason, meetings are cancelled. In which case, the following will apply:

Number of Rounds 12 Qualifying Rounds: 9

Number of Rounds 11 Qualifying Rounds: 8

Number of Rounds less than 10 Qualifying Rounds: Number of rounds less 3

 

1.7.3. Should any driver be totally excluded from a meeting for any reason they cannot drop that round, it will count as one of their 9 results. Should any driver be excluded from a race (heat or final) it will be at the discretion of the Clerk of the Course on that day as to whether the offence is deemed serious enough to count as part of his/her championship result.

1.7.4 Should a tie result from the total of 9 rounds, for any position, the results of the dropped rounds will

be taken into account. If there is still a tie for any position then it will be decided by the total number of 1st places gained in the A finals. If still undecided, the number of 2nd places in the A final, then 3rd places and so on until resolved.

1.7.5. In the event of a meeting being uncompleted for any reason the following will apply:
A) If an event is stopped prior to the completion of the heats there will be no points or awards given for the event.
B) If an event is stopped after completion of the heats the result will be declared on the grid position for the final and trophies and championship points awarded accordingly

C) Any refund of entry fees will only be considered if an event is stopped before official practice has taken place. If an event is stopped after official practice has taken place no refund of entry fees will be given.

 

1.8. AWARDS

1.8.1. Per round - there will be one trophy awarded for every four entries in each class. Novice trophies will be one trophy for each three entries. Trophies not collected after the meeting at the Trophy presentation will be forfeited.

1.8.2. Overall Championship - the winner of each class will receive a championship trophy plus the perpetual trophy which will be kept until the last round of the 2018 series. In addition, each class winner will use the 'R' plate at Cumbria Kart Racing Club meetings only for one year. Championship trophies will be awarded to the first three in each class. Awards not collected at the Annual Trophy Presentation will be forfeited.

1.8.3. The Club Championship points awarded for the rounds in April, 13th Aug and December will count towards a trophy to be awarded at the Annual Trophy Presentation in February 2018. This award will be called the Triple Crown Trophy and Club members only will be eligible to win this award.

 

1.9. COMPETITORS OBLIGATIONS

1.9.1. It is mandatory for all competitors to attend all drivers briefings arranged by the Clerk of the Course.

1.9.2. Title to awards - in the event of any provisional results being revised after any provisional presentation and such revisions affect the distribution of any awards, the competitor concerned must return such awards to C.K.R.C. in good condition within 7 days.

 

2. JUDICIAL PROCEDURES

2.1 Rounds: In accordance with Section C of the current MSA Yearbook, the 2017 CIK-FIA Judicial Trial and the 2017 Karting Penalty Table of mandatory penalties issued by the MSA and the supplementary regulations issued by Cumbria Kart Racing Club. Breach of Regulations C3.5.1, with the exception of c, which will not apply.

2.2 Championship: In accordance with Section C of the current MSA Yearbook and the 2017 Karting Penalty Table of mandatory penalties issued by the MSA.

2.3 By registering for the Championship all competitors, and their associates, commit to the MSA Race ‘n’ Respect campaign and agree to positively promote and demonstrate the Racing Code which is appended to these regulations.

2.3.1. 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 through to the Championship expulsion and referral to the MSA.

 

3.1 ENTRIES

3.1.1. Supplementary Regulations and entry forms will be available to all competitors from the Competition Secretary and from the website. Online entries will be accepted.

3.1.2. Competitors are responsible for sending in correct and complete entries with the correct fee to arrive prior to the closing date, which will be shown in the S.R's. Should a cheque for the entry fee be returned from the bank for any reason then a £15 adminstration fee will be applicable.

3.1.3. Entries will be acknowledged by post on request and only if a SAE is enclosed with the entry for that purpose. Confirmation of entrywill also be sent by e-mail.

3.1.4 The entry fee will be according to the S.R.'s for each meeting.

3.1.5. 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.

3.1.6. Late entries may be accepted, at the discretion of the Competition Secretary, to fill grids but may be subject to a late entry fee.

 

3.2 PRACTICE

3.2.1. Official practice will be the minimum period as specified in the MSA regulations.

 

3.3. GRID POSITIONS

3.3.1 The maximum grid will not exceed 34 for 60/100/125/210cc karts; 20 for 250cc karts and 17 for Bambino’s.

3.3.2. For all classes, the grid positions will be allocated by computer except when specified otherwise in the S.R's.

 

3.4. RACES

3.4.1 Race duration will be as specified in the programme for the meeting.

3.4.2. Heats and finals duration may be reduced in wet weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances and will be announced on the dummy grid accordingly prior to the race. Changes can also be made during the race for safety reasons.

3.4.3. All warning flags may be given by an appropriately coloured panel digital display (Q15.1).

3.3.4. Any driver leaving the track more than twice, for whatever the reason, may be excluded from the race. (Q14.4.2 applies)

 

3.5. STARTS

3.5.1. Starts will be standing or rolling at the discretion of the Club and will be as MSA specific karting regulation U.7.8 and U7.8.1and U7.8.2. Penalties will be imposed on the pole position driver for speed considered to be too fast or too slow. Penalties may also be imposed on the No. 2 position driver if considered to have broken formation prior to the start line. Drivers who fail to take their correct position on the dummy grid when instructed must start the race at the rear of the last row on the grid.

3.5.2. The starter, along with the Chief Timekeeper, will be a Judge of Fact in respect of race starts.

3.5.3. Excessive weaving to warm up tyres is prohibited.

3.5.4. 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. MSA regulation U.7.8.3.

 

3.6. RACE STOPS

3.6.1. Will be as MSA specific karting regulations U7.9, U7.9.1, U7.9.2 and U7.9.3. Note - any competitor who was deemed to be lapped at the time of the race being stopped will be deemed to be lapped on the final result, unless they have successfully unlapped themselves.

3.6.2 Should the red flag be shown, all competitors will stop racing immediately, slow down and proceed to the start line, unless the circuit is blocked, and stop. No pushers, mechanics or anybody other than officials shall come onto the circuit until instructed to do so by the Clerk of the Course.

3.6.3. Any kart requiring mechanical attention, other than the changing of a plug, shall be returned to the pit area.

3.6.4 Any kart involved in the red flag incident may be requested to be rescrutineered before being allowed to take place in further racing.

3.6.5. Red flag procedures will be applied as per 2017 M.S.A. Year Book, Section U.7.9,U7.9.1,U7.9.2 and U7.9.3.

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3.7 SCRUTINEERING

3.7.1 Pre-race will be Sunday morning as per S.R's, although some scrutineering may take place on Saturday evening.

3.7.2. SCRUTINEERING DOCUMENT: All competitors will be given a scrutineering document for which they have sole responsibility to complete correctly as per MSA U.16.5.1 and U.16.5.2 and Kart Race Yearbook Appendix 4B including seal numbers if used, and in Formula TKM the chassis plate number, and hand to the Scrutineer at pre-race scrutineering.  (The Chief Scrutineer hereby has limited discretion to correct obvious typographical errors on the card at Clubman/Nat B events)

3.7.3 Post-race scrutineering will take place after heats and finals and all results are deemed provisional until all karts are released by the scrutineer and/or after completion of any judicial or any technical procedures, including the test of fuel, which may take several days.

3.7.4 Fuel should be as stated in MSA regulation U16.17 and U16.17.1The scrutineers may make fuel tests. Any driver suspected of having ineligible fuel after these tests will be obliged to pay a minimum fee of £500 deposit for an MSA approved fuel test and the race results will be declared provisional. Following such approved MSA test where the fuel is found to be ineligible, the driver will be excluded from the results and his/her conduct may reported to the MSA for consideration by a disciplinary tribunal. MSA regulation D.34.1 and Kart Race Yearbook 2017, App.4, section B, reg. B.1.1. applies.

3.7.5. 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 MSA regulation U16.9.6 as per Kart Race Yearbook 2017, App 4, Section G.

3.7.6 At the discretion of the Chief Scrutineer, standard parts (eg ignition) or tyres (similar or better tread depth) may be supplied by the organizers and must, if requested, be exchanged. These parts/tyres must be returned in good working order at the end of the meeting, unless the entrants part/tyres has been impounded for testing.

 

3.8 RESULTS

3.8.1.. Post Race Scrutineering will take place after heats and finals and all results are deemed provisional until all karts are released by the Scrutineers and/or after completion of any Judicial or Technical procedures, including the testing of fuel, which may take several days. After 30 days the results will become final provided there are no appeals or tribunals outstanding that may affect those results. Any changes to the original provisional results will be published

3.8.2. Lapscoring will be by means of transponders which will be TAG HEUER . 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 Any competitor not owning their own transponder will be able to hire one for the duration of the meeting from CKRC. A charge will be made for the hire and the competitor will be responsible for the safe return of the transponder to CKRC and, if lost or damaged, must pay the full costs of repair or replacing the transponder.

3.8.3 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 days. Transponders not fitted or not working correctly may result in the competitor not being lap scored or timed and no finishing position given.

3.8.4 For all classes, the first and subsequent heat positions will be allocated by means of a computerized or manual randomized programme allocating a fair share of front/middle/back or by Timed qualifying. Final grids calculated as per Kart Race Yearbook App. 4E system A.

 

4. CHAMPIONSHIP AND ROUND PENALTIES - INFRINGEMENT OF TECHNICAL REGULATIONS

4.1.1 Arising from post race scrutineering of judicial action, an exclusion from the whole meeting will incur MSA regulation C.3.5.1a and C.3.5.1b.

4.1.2. Infringement of non-technical MSA regulations and the Sporting Regulations issued herewith and individual S.R.'s as per 2017 MSA judicial procedures regulations.

4.1.3. Championship points will be published via the website and on the noticeboard in the Clubhouse. Results become final 7 days after being published and any queries must be made, in writing, to the Competition Secretary before this date. Any amendments/alterations after this date are not permitted. MSA Regulation C6.5 applies.

 

5.1 TECHNICAL REGULATIONS

5.1.1 MSA 2017 Specific Karting Technical Regulations apply together with the 2017 MSA Kart Race Year Book and any KTE’s issued by the MSA.

5.1.2. The CIK homologated detatchable front fairing mounting kit, MSA Blue Book regulation U.17.1.6. will also apply to all Cadet karts from 1st March 2017.

 

5.2. RACE CLASSES

5.2.1 All classes as stated in the 2017 MSA Kart Race Year Book Book will run, along with any KTE’s issued by the MSA to the club, provided enough entries are received to make up a race. Classes may be amalgamated if necessary in accordance with the Gold Book or with written permission from MSA.

5.2.2. In order for a class to count towards the Club Championship, there must be a minimum of 5 drivers in the class, and they all must have done more than 50% of the Championship meetings to be eligible for the award.

 

5.3. CHASSIS

5.3.1 All classes will be allowed one chassis except where the MSA Kart Race Year Book allows two. However, if damage occurs to the chassis which has been scrutineered for the meeting, if in the opinion of the scrutineer it is not practical to repair in time, one alternative chassis may be scrutineered, at the discretion of the Clerk of the Course, in order to continue the meeting.

 

5.4. ENGINES

5.4.1 All classes are allowed two engines only.

 

CKRC LTD. JANUARY 2017