MOTORSPORT IS DANGEROUS - PERSONS ATTENDING MEETINGS DO SO ENTIRELY AT THEIR OWN RISK
It is a condition of admittance that all persons having any connection with the promotion and/or conduct of the meeting, including the landowners, and drivers of the vehicles are absolved from all liability arising out of accidents however caused in damage and/or personal injury to spectators or ticket holders.
TEAM EVENT SELECTION PROCESS
This year once again 5 riders per group to be selected.
First, four will be selected from the top of the Club Champs.
The fifth place rider will be a wild card chosen by the committee, based on performance.
If any of the first four riders do not wish to participate, then riders in sequential order will be selected.
No more than one person on a bike at any time.
Use the correct bike lanes.
No riding in the spectator area.
Inappropriate use of the bike lanes
Failure to abide by these rules will result in a points deduction.
THERE WILL BE NO RIDING IN THE PADDOCK
Bikes to be pushed at walking pace to the start/finish area. Any rider who is seen to be riding bikes at speed in these areas will risk loss of points, and if seen on a second occasion, sent home. Your attention is drawn to the serious consequences which could arise from an accident caused by the unauthorised riding in the paddock.
Under no circumstances are dogs allowed within the precinct of the course. This ruling will be strictly enforced. Dogs are to be kept on a lead at ALL times. Please clean up after your dog.
CROSSING THE COURSE
Under no circumstances should you cross the course whilst racing is in progress. At such times when it is permissible to cross the course, a marshal will indicate where it is safe to do so.
NUMBERS / COLOURS
All riders must be on their bikes, have the correct riding number and coloured numbers/background for their riding group. Numbers must be clear and visible
ALL PROTESTS MUST BE IN WRITING with a fee of £50.
Marshals are the most important people on the track. They are there for the safety of all riders.
It's not for marshalls to assist fallen riders under any circumstance, parents can assist provided there signed on and wearing a hi-vis jacket.
It is not acceptable for marshals to disappear when they have had enough.
All riders are asked to provide a responsible adult (over 16 years old) who can carry out the marshalling duties When required. If anyone requires advice on how to marshal properly, See the marshall co-ordinator at booking in. I don't see how anyone can marshal properly with their face wedged to a mobile phone text messaging.
Rounds to count for qualification may vary during the year due to unforeseen circumstances, as a guide if only 6 rounds completed then 1 round to be dropped if 10 rounds are completed then 2 rounds to be dropped if 14 rounds or more completed then 3 rounds to be dropped. A dropped round is your lowest result.