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MAITLAND DMCC CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP
ROUND 1 SUNDAY MARCH 10
ENTRIES ARE NOW OPEN FOR ROUND 1 VIA RIDERNET
AND WILL CLOSE AT 8PM THURSDAY MARCH 7TH
**** THERE WILL BE NO ENTRIES AFTER ENTRIES ARE CLOSED OR ON THE DAY ****
Once entry is closed our volunteers spend a lot of time behind the scenes exporting files and transferring the riders information into the Motosponder system and creating spreadsheets for rider lists and indemnity lists for race day. It is inconvenient to them to have to re do these procedures because of late entries. We only allow 1 hour for sign on on race day morning to get practice/racing underway as early as possible. We will no longer be taking entries on the day, it is unfair to those who have already pre entered online to have to stand in line longer than necessary and it delays your time on the track.
If you are bringing a Rider under the age of 18 and you are not their parent or guardian please complete the following guardianship form and bring with you on race day.
Transponders can be purchased for $20 on the morning of race day at sign on. All bikes must have a transponder per bike.
There will be a 2 lap practice then 3 rounds for the day. Rounds will be timed per class (details of these times can be found in the sup regs on entry). We have this round shortened a couple of the classes due to the finish of daylight saving.
SIGN ON OPENS AT 6.30AM AND WILL CLOSE AT 7.30AM.
- We ask that ALL riders arrive to the track early enough to go to sign on, have their transponders scanned, bikes scrutineered and inspect the track . By being late you are delaying the day for everyone.
- All Riders need to be members of Maitland DMCC annual membership or one day memberships are available through Ridernet only.
- Maitland District Motorcycle Club has a NO MARSHAL, NO RIDE, NO EXCUSES POLICY. Riders under the age of 18 MUST supply a marshal. This person is required to put their name down for either group 1, 2 or 3 not practice. Senior riders over the age of 18 will be required to marshal practice round.
- No push bikes are allowed in the pit area or carpark. Before and during racing.
- There will be no riding motorbikes in the pits or car park. All riders will have to get off their bikes at the end of the exit chute and walk it back to their pit site, wash bays or car park.
- MINI parents – a vest will be issued at sign on, this allows ONE parent for each mini rider to access the track while the mini class is riding. All vests must be returned at the end of race day.
TEAR OFFS WILL BE ALLOWED AT THIS EVENT UNDER THE CONDITIONS IMPOSED BY THE ENVIRONMENTAL PLAN SUPPLIED BY THE CLUB AND KEPT ON FILE BY MNSW. WHERE POSSIBLE TEAR OFFS MUST BE DISPOSED OF IN BINS PROVIDED. FINES WILL BE IMPOSED IF YOU ARE SEEN DOING THE WRONG THING.
** Important Information **
The use of tear-offs is allowed at this club under the conditions imposed by the Environmental Plan supplied by the club and kept on file by MNSW. This exemption may be rescinded at any time by MNSW, or any approved track inspector or event Steward who believes the Environmental Plan is not being complied with.
The club is not compelled to allow tear-offs at all events, and will maintain the right to operate events either with our without the exemption at our discretion.
Each club has to submit their own Environmental Plan and may vary from club to club. Please familiarise yourself with Maitland DMCC agreement and conditions.
Several garbage bins and skip bins will be placed throughout the pit area, wash bay and car park area for riders to dispose of used tear-offs. A dedicated bin will be placed at the end of the exit chute for riders to dispose of their tear-offs after each race. Garbage bags will also be available at sign on for participants to secure to their pit area.
Information regarding the exemption of tear-offs and the correct disposal of tear-offs will be outlined in the Supplementary Regulations during the sign on process through Ridernet. All riders, parents and marshals will be reminded during Riders Brief their responsibility of disposing of tear-offs in an appropriate manner and the importance of doing so. There will also be continual announcements throughout the day over the loud speaker to pick up and dispose of any tear-offs that may be lying around the pit area, carpark, wash bay and track. Signs will also be on display and information printed on the reverse of each race order to remind participants of the correct disposal of tear-offs.
Any rider caught deliberately dropping tear-offs in the pit area, carpark and wash bay will be given the chance to dispose of the used tear-off and formally warned. If the participant is seen to be miss using tear-offs again that participant will be banned from using tear-offs at this club and fined $50.
Tear-offs are still banned, however we have been given the opportunity to be able to use tear-offs at this club where roll-offs are not a practical option. To ensure being able to use tear-offs in the future we all need to be responsible for the appropriate disposal of tear-offs by preventing them from contaminating our waterways and negatively impacting our environment. It is important that we take the privilege of use of tear-offs seriously. If we cannot prove to be using tear-offs appropriately the exemption here at Maitland District Motorcycle Club will be revoked and the ban will be enforced in the future.
We thank you in advance for your co-operation. Happy racing…
Please take note of important changes made to our club for 2017.
Sign on will now be from 6.30am – 7.30am. Riders Briefing at 7.45am. Racing to start at 8.00am.
To coincide with Motorcycling Australia and other local clubs, the 65cc class will now be 7-under 9 and 9-under 12. This means if your child is 8 on the 1 January they will be riding in the 7-u9 if your child is 9 on the 1 January they will be riding in the 9-u12.
Please remember rule changes from last year –
No push bikes allowed in the pit area or carpark – before and during racing.
There will been no riding motorbikes in the pits or car park. All riders will l have to get off their bikes at the end of chute and walk it back to their pit site, wash bays or car park.
Mini parents – at sign on you will be asked to sign an indemnity by the marshal coordinator and you will issued a vest, only one parent per rider will be issued a vest, this allows a parent for each mini rider to access the track while they are riding, the vests will be numbered and you must return the vest at the end of racing.
No Marshal, no ride, no excuses policy.
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