Classic Car Friday: Tyres and NOS
Supplementary regulations: 5th – 7th May 2017
Held under the general competition rules, the standing supplementary regulations of Motorsport South Africa and these supplementary regulations plus any additional instructions, which may be issued, to the competitors by the organisers.
1. PROMOTER AND ORGANISERS:
Office 110 Thesen House
6 Long Street
Tel: 044 302 5777
Fax: 044 382 7500
General enquiries: email@example.com / 044 302 5777
Competitor enquiries: Geoff Goddard – firstname.lastname@example.org / 083 303 4291
MSA enquiries: Sparky Bright – email@example.com / 041 992 2951 / 082 340 0396
2. MOTORSPORT SOUTH AFRICA :
Permit No: MSA 14623
Please note that the MSA Flag will be prominently displayed on the flagpole at the Simola Golf and Country Estate Clubhouse.
3. CIRCUIT & VENUE:
Simola Hill at Simola Golf and Country Estate, Knysna, Western Cape, South Africa. (1.9km, Start to Finish lines, elevation: 153m) 34°01’03, 62”S 023°01,71’’E
4. EVENT & STATUS:
The event is an INVITATIONAL competition open to all cars as categorised and defined in clauses 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 & 4.4 below and is staged under CLUB STATUS.
The INVITATION process will take place in two stages: Stage 1 (see clause 6.1) for competitors and /or cars that are identified and invited by the organisers prior to Stage 2 (see clause 6.2) which is when the general public can submit expressions of interest to enter.
Classes are based on formulas that have proved to be an overall success in previous events. By submitting an entry, competitors must accept in the spirit of the event that the performance potential between vehicles within the classes is relatively wide due to the large variety of cars that enter.
4.1 Classic Car Friday (Classic Conqueror Trophy) – 05th May
|H2||Pre 1966 road cars|
|H3||Pre 1975 road cars|
|H4||Pre 1966 race cars, single Seater, Sports & GT|
|H5||Pre 1980 race cars, single Seater, Sports & GT|
|H6||Pre 1985 Racing saloon cars, 2 or 4 door, 4 cyl.|
|H7||Pre 1985 Racing saloon cars, 2 or 4 door, Rotary, 6, 8 &12 cyl.|
|H8||Re-created cars – conforming to original silhouette, but with modern running gear|
4.1.1 Engines and drivetrain must be of the same Manufacturer, number of cylinders, capacity (liters) and aspiration to that of the car, period and spirit intended, with the exception of class H8.
4.2 King of the Hill (Jody Trophy) – Road going saloon cars & Supercars – 06th and 07th May
|A1||Stock standard – 4 cylinder petrol – TC or SC, 2 or 4 door sedan or hatch|
|A2||Road going cars – 4 cylinder – TC or SC, NOS F, R or 4WD|
|A3||Road going cars – 6 cylinder & rotary – TC or SC, NOS 2WD|
|A4||Road going cars – 6 cylinder & rotary – TC or SC, NOS 4WD|
|A5||Road going cars – 4 cylinder – Naturally aspirated|
|A6||Road going cars – 6 cylinder & rotary – Naturally aspirated|
|A7||Road going cars – 8 cylinder & above – Naturally aspirated|
|A8||Road going cars – 8 cylinder & above – TC or SC, NOS|
|A9||Road going cars – Hybrid, electric & solar powered|
4.2.1 Class A1 is specifically aimed at unaltered stock standard road legal vehicles. Only standard road tyre and wheel combinations are permitted and must be in line with the manufactures original specification as reflects in the owner’s handbook or tyre information decal affixed to the car.
4.2.2 Supercars are identified as including, but not limited to, cars of the following type: Aston Martin, Bentley, BMW M series, Ferrari, Jaguar F-Types, Koenigsegg, Rolls Royce, Lamborghini, Lotus, Maserati, McLaren, Mercedes AMG, Nissan GTR, Pagani, and Porsche.
4.2.3 The body shape must represent the standard silhouette. No aerodynamic modifications or aids are allowed other than those fitted to the car as original equipment.
4.2.4 The street legal tyre rule and instruction as detailed in clause 13.1 will be strictly enforced throughout all of the A classes.
4.2.5 SA Marque Car Rules will be utilised as a guideline and will apply to cars competing in all A classes.
4.3 King of the Hill (Jody Trophy) – Modified Saloon Cars – 06th and 07th May
4.4 King of the Hill (Jody Trophy) – Single Seater & Sports Cars – 06th and 07th May
|C1||Racing cars – 8 cylinder & above – Turbo charged, NOS & supercharged|
|C2||Racing cars – 4 cylinder – Naturally aspirated|
|C3||Open top, open fender, 4cyl – Nat. aspirated (Lotus7, Caterham, Birkin, Ariel Atom etc.)|
|C4||Racing cars – 6 cylinder & rotary – Naturally aspirated|
|C5||Racing cars – 8 cylinder & above – Naturally aspirated|
4.5 All cars other than those classified as “flatties” by the organisers will be required to return to the pits via the Simola Estate return access road in line with clause 6.2. The organisers will ensure that all such cars will be able to drive over the flattened speed bumps.
4.6 If any competitor posts a time appreciably quicker than the appropriate performance envelope the organisers reserve the right to move the car into another class.
4.7 Classic Car Friday and the King of the Hill elements are deemed to be separate events for the sake of results.
4.8 Drivers are allowed to compete in both events but NO car can compete in more than one event.
4.9 No car can be entered with two drivers. No driver can compete in more than one car in a single event.
4.10 If less than 3 entries per class be received the organisers will reserve the right to cancel the class.
4.11 The competition is open to invited drivers who hold a current, valid Motor Sport South Africa (MSA) Competition Licence. Club licences are available at documentation. Payment for these licences will be by means of credit/bank cards ONLY, no cash will be accepted. All entries are subject to organiser’s and promoter’s discretion using criteria as the organisers deem fit at the time.
4.12 EXPERIENCE: Competitors should have competed in at least 3 events sanctioned by any National Motorsport Sanctioning Body. Any entries where drivers have not completed such a minimum will be entirely at the discretion of the organisers.
5. EVENT FORMAT
5.1 Classic Car Friday:
There will be three open practice runs and two qualifying runs for all classes (H1 to H8). The fastest three competitors from each class, determined by the fastest times from the two qualifying runs, will go through to the final. The final will be a single run shoot out to determine the positions and winner of each class. Thereafter, the ten fastest competitors will go through to a further single run shoot out (starting order: 10th to 1st) to contest and determine the CLASSIC CONQUEROR.
|Event Format – Classic Car Friday|
|Practice Runs||→||Qualifiying||→||→||Class Final||→||Classic Conqueror|
|1||1||Top 3 in each class
go through to final.
Best time from the 3
|Single Run Shoot Out||Single Run Shoot Out|
1,2 & 3 in class
|The ten fastest competitors
from Qualifiying 1,2 & 3.
Starting order: 10th to 1st
Result: Classic Conqueror
5.1.1 Class Winners and Classic Conqueror
All class winners and Classic Conqueror are invited to display their cars under cover in Gasoline Alley on Saturday and Sunday. Winners will also be honoured with a drive/parade up the Hill on Sunday during the lunchtime activity programme.
5.2 King of the Hill (Jody Trophies) – Saturday and Sunday:
There will be five open practice runs on Saturday for all classes followed by the first two qualifying runs. Sunday will commence with a warm-up run followed by a further four qualifying runs for all competitors. The fastest three competitors from each class, as determined by the fastest times from the six qualifying runs, will go through to the respective class finals in the form of single run shoot-outs to determine 1, 2 & 3 in each class.
Thereafter, the ten fastest competitors in each of classes A, B and C, as determined by the fastest times from the six qualifying runs, will go through to a further single run shoot-out (starting order: 10th to 1st) to contest and determine the KOH-Jody Trophy winner in each category as detailed below.
|Event Format – King of the Hill – Jody Trophies
|Event Format – King of the Hill – Jody Trophies
|→||Top 3 in
each class go
out of 6
rounds to count
|Class Finals||Road Car,
|Warm Up||Single Run
1,2 & 3 in Class
|The ten fastest
cars from all
1 to 6. Starting order:
10th to 1st.
|The ten fastest
cars from all
1 to 6. Starting order:
10th to 1st.
|The ten fastest
cars from all
1 to 6. Starting order:
10th to 1st.
The Road Car Supercar, Single Seater & Sports Car and Modified Saloon competitions are equal in importance and stature and will be administered and promoted as such.
5.3 Tiebreaker rules:
5.3.1 Class Finals:
In the event of a tie for any position in the Class Finals the competitor with the fastest qualifying time will be awarded the place. Should there still be a tie, the second fastest time will count.
5.3.2 Classic Conqueror and King of the Hill Shootout, Top 10 Qualifying:
In the event of a tie for the final (tenth) qualifying slot in the Classic Conqueror or King of the Hill Shootout the competitor with the second fastest qualifying time will be awarded the place. Should there still be a tie, the second fastest time will count.
5.3.3 Classic Conqueror and King of the Hill Shootout:
In the event of a tie for any position from second to tenth place in the Classic Conqueror or King of the Hill Shootout the competitor with the fastest qualifying time will be awarded the place. Should there still be a tie, the second fastest time will count.
In the event of competitors posting identical times for first position a one-run shoot-out will be held to decide the outcome between these two competitors.
5.4.1 Starting positions will be in number order (refer to clause 24).
5.4.2 Timing will be by means of MSA approved transponders.
5.4.3 Cars will start at 20 second intervals. Competitors will be instructed (beckoned) by a Pit Marshal to join the pre-start queue in an orderly fashion. ONE practice start “burn out” will be allowed at the pre-start line only. This rule must be strictly adhered to; offenders will be banned from further participation in the event.
6. PIT & PADDOCK ALLOCATION:
6.1 The pit allocations will be notified in the final instructions and posted on the notice board once the number of entries for each class has been established. Classes will be pitted together, car numbers will relate to pit allocation and starting order. Teams with multiple class entries will be accommodated with early application at the discretion of the organisers. This will not be guaranteed in every case.
6.2 Upon completing their runs, competitors will be required to return to their allocated pits via the Simola Estate access road as directed by the marshals. Competitor are required to adhere to the indicated speed limit as a maximum and to respect all rules of the road and estate.
6.3 Competitors must switch position with the other competitor sharing a pit to assist with ease of returning to the allocated pit parking. Competitors will not be allowed to stop along the return route other than as per this clause.
6.4 Entrants in Classic Car Friday are reminded that they may only access their allocated pits from 14h30 onwards on Thursday 4 May 2017. Classic Car competitors must vacate their pit as soon as possible after the event on Friday afternoon but by no later than 16h15.
6.5 Entrants in the King of the Hill section of the event are reminded that they may only access their allocated pits from 16h30 onwards on Friday 5 May 2017 due to the Classic Car Friday event finishing at 16h00. Marshals will be on hand to coordinate movements.
6.6 Parking of competition and support vehicles on the lower road directly behind the pit complex is strictly prohibited. This area is to be kept clear for use as an emergency lane in terms of the disaster management plan. Competitors found parking in this area will lose all race times posted for the duration that their vehicles are parked in this restricted area.
6.7 Trailers/tow vehicles are to be removed from the pit area immediately after the off-loading operation has been completed and trailers are to be moved to the designated trailer park. The only exception to this rule will be with the permission of the Clerk of the Course.
6.8 Competitors wishing to have transporter (articulated trailer, interlink) access and parking are to notify the organisers in writing at the earliest opportunity once their entry has been confirmed. Parking for such vehicles is limited to four spaces on the opposite side of pit lane. Accepted vehicles will be allocated a defined parking time which must be strictly adhered to in order to prevent traffic congestion for other competitors. Failure to adhere to this allocated time slot will result in your vehicle having to park outside the grounds.
7.1 Stage 1 Invited Competitors
Entries for invited competitors will be open from 1-30 October 2016. On receipt of a formal invitation to compete, invited competitors will be required to complete online registration at www.jaguarsimolahillclimb.co.za with full payment within the aforementioned time window. Failure to make payment within the stipulated time will result in the entry application being rejected.
7.2 Stage 2 Competitors with expression of intent to enter:
Competitors wishing to lodge an expression of intent to enter are requested to register online at www.jaguarsimolahillclimb.co.za. Expressions of interest will be duly considered by the organisers who will then issue an invitation to compete to successful applicants. Expressions of interest will be invited from 1 November 2016 to 25 January 2017. Accepted drivers will be invited by no later than 10 February 2017. PLEASE NOTE: Expressions of interest are not accepted on a first come first serve basis but purely according to organisers’ criteria. However, we do recommend that applications are not left to the last minute as the selection procedure is an ongoing process.
On receipt of a formal invitation to compete, invited competitors will be required to complete online registration at www.jaguarsimolahillclimb.co.za with full payment within the aforementioned time window. Failure to make payment within the stipulated time will result in the entry application being rejected.
The organisers and promoters reserve the right to refuse any expression of intent without giving a reason as permitted in GCR, s 99(I) and 100. Unsuccessful applicants will be notified as soon as practicably possible.
7.3 General Terms & Conditions:
7.3.1 One online entry must be completed for each car – incomplete documentation will be rejected. No telephonic entries will be accepted.
7.3.2 A maximum of 84 entries will be accepted for the King of the Hill Shootout and 60 entries for Classic Car Friday.
7.3.3 Transfer of a confirmed entry and driver to another person or competitor will not be allowed once the final entry list is published. Any change prior to publication of the final entry list is subject to the organiser’s discretion.
7.3.4 No change of competition vehicle from the registered and intended entry will be allowed once the final entry list is published. Any change prior to publication of the final entry list is subject to the organiser’s discretion.
220.127.116.11 It is the competitor / entrant’s sole responsibility to complete the entry form in full, including the insertion of the chassis number of the vehicle intended for entry by no later than 10th February 2017. The organisers will under no circumstances insert the chassis number for any competitor on the system. No applications will be considered without a bona fide chassis number.
Applications received with false, fictitious or blank chassis numbers will not be considered for entry.
If your car does not have an existing chassis number (on plate or chassis) for whatever reason, then you will need to create one by either stamping a number (you can decide on any number) directly onto the chassis or onto a plate which must then be properly affixed to the chassis by means of pop rivets. Should competitors require any dispensation in this regard, they must apply to the organisers in writing for a temporary waiver. The period of waiver will expire no later than 13 February 2017.
18.104.22.168 In the interest of the event the organisers reserve the right to waiver rule 7.3.4 at their sole discretion until close of entries on the 13th April 2017.
7.3.5 The organisers reserve the right to request photographs of the car, complete in race trim (rear, in profile, & front) as part of the entry selection process.
7.3.6 The entry fees (incl. VAT) are as follows:
Classic Car Friday – R2000.00
King of the Hill Shootout – R3500.00
22.214.171.124 Entry fees include MSA levy and timing transponder. Each competitor will receive five competitor passes (one competitor and four crew members) to the event, one event cap and one parking sticker per event for the support vehicle. NO hospitality or meals are included in the entry fee. Further pit access tickets can be purchased online at: www.iTickets.co.za
In addition to their competitor passes, each competitor and 4 crew members will be issued ID lanyard credentials displaying the relevant competition number which must be worn at all times. This will allow the Pit Marshals and Officials to clearly identify competitors/crews to assist with crowd control and general safety in the Pit area.
126.96.36.199 Late entries received after 25 January 2017 may be accepted at the discretion of the organisers until close of business on the 13 April 2017.
188.8.131.52 Classic Car Friday – Competitors and support crew will be allowed general and pit entry to the main event on Saturday and Sunday with their passes. Due to space limitations this does not include parking behind the pits.
Should a competitor be forced to cancel his/her entry the following will apply:
* Cancellation from 1 November 2016 to 17 February 2017: 50% of entry fee will be forfeited
* Cancellation after 18 February 2017: 100% of entry fee will be forfeited. If an accepted competitor or vehicle cannot compete for any reason after this date the entry and the entry fee will be forfeited. The competitor will lose all rights associated with his/her entry except that the organisers will replace the 5 competitor passes with 5 pit entrance passes for the applicable days of competition in line with the accepted entry. Due to space constraints no parking passes will be issued.
Refer GCR 96.
7.3.8 Acceptance of Rules:
Every person who participates in the event shall be deemed to be acquainted with these Supplementary Regulations and shall agree to the acceptance of same as published, amended or
supplemented, and shall agree to be bound by same. Bulletins and Amendments will be emailed to each Competitor and published on the website www.jaguarsimolahillclimb.co.za under Registration.
7.3.9 Improper Language or Conduct:
The success of the event has been built on a relaxed atmosphere and environment which allows all parties involved to enjoy themselves. While we acknowledge that the event has become more
competitive over time and will continue to do so, the organisers are intent on continuing to keep an atmosphere of fun and camaraderie at all times. As such any issues, queries or disputes pertaining to the event or entries are to be handled in line with the MSA rule book and in the appropriate spirit of the event. GCR 172 will be strictly enforced in this regard.
8. ENTRANTS LICENCES:
Where the entrant is not the driver/rider, an Entrants licence must be obtained from MSA prior to the submission of the entry form, failing which the entrants name cannot be published in the programme.
9. DOCUMENTATION & SCRUTINEERING:
9.1 Documentation will be at a venue TBA in the Final Instructions as follows:
Classic Car Friday competitors: Thursday 4 May 09h00 – 13h30.
King of the Hill competitors: Thursday 4 May 15h00 – 17h00. Friday 5 May from 08h00 – 13h30.
9.2 Scrutineering will take place as follows:
Classic Car Friday competitors: Thursday 4 May from 9h00 to 13h45 at the Knysna Waterfront (at the Locomotive Turntable).
King of the Hill competitors: Thursday 4 May 15h00 – 17h00. Friday 5 May from 08h00 to 14h00 at the Knysna Waterfront (at the Locomotive Turntable). After scrutineering, cars will go into parc fermé until the town parade.
9.3 The town parade (CCF) and exhibitions have become exceptionally popular events within the Hillclimb with much anticipation from the public. As such there has been disappointment from spectators when cars/competitors do not participate. Therefore, the organisers are re-introducing them as compulsory elements of the event as follows:
9.4 It is compulsory for Classic Car Friday competitors to participate in the exhibition of cars at the Knysna Waterfront and town parade. Competitors will be required to have their vehicles scrutineered and then park them in a demarcated holding area at the Knysna Waterfront until such time as the cars are called for the town parade. No speeding will be allowed during the parade. Cars can be driven or trailered by non-competitors where required.
9.5 It is compulsory for King of the Hill competitors to participate in an exhibition of cars in Knysna Main Road. Competitors will be required to have their vehicles scrutineered and then park them in a demarcated holding area at the Knysna Waterfront until such time as the cars are moved to the exhibition area in Main road. No speeding will be allowed while driving the cars between the two points.
9.6 The details, specification and chassis number of the competition vehicle as presented at scrutineering must match the details of the vehicle description as published in the Final Entry Form pertaining to the event. Competitors will be requested to duly sign the scrutineering form pertaining to the entry for declaration of conformation of correctness in this regard.
9.7 Any competitor reported speeding or committing any sort of misconduct on public roads throughout the period of the event (thereby bringing Motorsport into disrepute) will be fined and/or excluded.
9.8 Competitors may not take part in Practice or any race prior to the completion of documentation or scrutineering.
10. PROGRAMME OF EVENTS:
10.1 The Programme of events is to be found at the end of these SR’s Please note this programme is provisional and may be changed. Should the organisers deem it necessary to change the timetable, a revised version will be published on the official notice board or issued to the competitors in the form of a bulletin. The organisers reserve the right to change the programme as necessary and combine or split classes prior to the closing of entries should the number of entries dictate.
10.2 Cocktail Party
Due to the increasing number of people attending the cocktail party over the past few years and growing number of competitors, we now have to limit the number of invitees. This is essential due to the capacity of the venue, and only fair to the Simola Hotel to allow it to cater adequately for the number of guests attending.
Each competitor entry will receive 2 complimentary cocktail wristbands for the function. Should you wish to bring additional guests, the cost is R250 per ticket. Additional tickets have to be purchased in advance only, and will NOT be available for purchase at Simola on the day or at documentation. Please note that the number of tickets available are limited and are on a first come first served basis.
In order to purchase additional tickets please email: firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your competitor reference number and the number of tickets you require. We will then send you an invoice with the banking details.
11. DRIVERS BRIEFING:
Drivers briefing will be held at the Start Line at 7.30am on Friday 5th and at 8.30am on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th. All drivers must be present at drivers briefing. Representatives will not be allowed. Failure to attend drivers briefing by competitors, at which roll call may be taken, may incur the imposition of a fine of R100.00.
12. PRE-RACE PADDOCK:
The Pre-Race paddock is situated behind the start line.
13. TYRE RULE & INSTRUCTION:
13.1 Only commercially available, street legal tyres with clearly visible DOT identification, devoid of any lettering concerning competition use, are permitted for use in the Road Car, Supercar classes.
Any other tyre without the moulded DOT specification will not be allowed.
Competitors competing in classes A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8 and A9 are to select and nominate a minimum of 4 tyres for official marking PRIOR to the start of the qualifying rounds.
For this purpose, a specific tyre control scrutineer will be on hand in the tented pit complex for official marking of tyres preceding the qualifying runs. The onus lies solely with the competitor to ensure that official marking of their nominated tyres is made prior to the qualifying rounds. From qualifying round 1 onwards, all times posted made on tyres without the official markings will be discarded.
Competitors needing further tyres are to approach the tyre control scrutineer for the marking thereof.
13.2 Racing tyres, slicks or semi slick are permitted for use in classes B, C & H only.
13.3 Tyre warmers are allowed in classes B, C & H only with the strict ruling that:
* Cars remain in their allocated pit and are not moved to another area to pre-heat the tyres.
* No car is to be left unattended for the duration of any period of warming.
* Cars are not in any way allowed to delay start proceedings.
* Cars out of position will miss their turn and forfeit a run.
* Competitors must use their own power source for the tyre warmers.
14. FUEL HANDLING
14.1 In the interest of safety and in compliance with FLAMABLE SUBSTANCE HANDLING legislation and procedures ALL bulk fuel brought into the pit/paddock area is to be stored in a designated holding area. For this purpose, a marked officially controlled container will be located on the lower road at the rear of the tented pit complex. Competitors are requested to mark their containers with their respective competition numbers prior to storage.
14.2 Cars are to be refuelled with a limited quantity of fuel and not filled to the brim, therefore reducing the risk of spillage and chances of fire. Competitors will be responsible to call a fire marshal to be in attendance at all times during refuelling. Bulk fuel is to be held in SABS approved containers. A maximum of 20ltrs of fuel may be placed outside and to the rear of the tented pits during the actual running of the event only, after which ALL fuel containers must be returned for safe storage.
14.3 Competitors are to advise the organisers in writing at least seven days in advance of the event if they are using any non-pump fuels so that the required fire-fighting equipment can be on hand.
The green flag will not be shown to indicate the track is clear of dangerous situations.
16. END OF THE RACE:
Will be when the competitor crosses the finish line.
17. PARC FERME:
The organisers reserve the right to impound and examine any vehicle at their discretion for the duration of the event. Competitors will be responsible to provide the necessary tools and manpower accordingly.
18. NOTICE BOARD:
The official board is situated on the wall of the race office.
19.1 Provisional results will be posted at the race office as soon as possible after each round and will become final (30) thirty minutes after posting. Refer to GCR, s 200(viii) & 276. These results are not to be removed & disciplinary action will be taken against anyone removing these results without authority. Additional copies can be obtained from the Race Secretary at the Race Office.
19.2 Official time records will be scored and validated from the results of the Class Finals, Classic Conqueror & KOH Shootouts only.
Refer to the 2017 MSA Handbook.
21. PRIZE GIVING:
The prize giving for the various classes will take place in the vicinity of the start line as soon as possible after the last run on Friday (Classic Car Friday) & Sunday (King of the Hill), once the results become final.
21.1 Classic Car Friday: On return to the pits the Classic Conqueror winner will be waved forward to the start line area for Victory Lane format celebration.
21.2 King of the Hill: On return to the pits only the overall winners the respective Road Car-Supercar, Single Seater & Sports Car and Modified Saloon Car categories will be waved forward to the start line area for Victory Lane format celebration.
21.3 Trophy allocation and awards:
Trophies will be awarded to Classic Car Friday and King of the Hill competitors as follows:
1 to 3 competitors in class – first place only
4 to 6 competitors in class – first and second place only
More than six competitors in class – first, second and third awarded
Classic Conqueror Shootout: P1- Classic Conqueror Trophy; P2 – Trophy; P3 – Trophy
Road car, Supercar Shootout: P1 – King of the Hill (Jody) Trophy; P2 – Trophy; P3 – Trophy
Single Seater, Sports Car Shootout: P1 – King of the Hill (Jody) Trophy; P2 – Trophy; P3 -Trophy
Modified Saloon Car Shootout: P1- King of the Hill (Jody) Trophy; P2 – Trophy; P3 -Trophy
21.4 Spirit of Dave Charlton floating trophies
A floating trophy will be awarded to a competitor in each of the Classic Conqueror and King of the Hill events as taking into account the following criteria: The driver or team member who most reflects the Dave Charlton spirit of attention to detail and meticulous persistence across the full spectrum of car and team preparation leading to produce and deliver commendable performances in competition, or to the competitor or team member showing exceptional spirit and sportsmanship.
21.5 The winners are expected to make every effort to attend as trophies will be forfeited for nonattendance. Competitor’s attention is drawn to GCR’s 280 & 281.
22. POSTPONEMENT, ABANDONMENT OR CANCELLATION:
The Organisers reserve the right to postpone, abandon or cancel the meeting or any part thereof. In the event of postponement, abandonment or cancellation, the Competitor/Entrant has no right to claim against the Promoter /Organiser in respect of any loss or damage that he may thereby incur, other than as specified in GCR244. The meeting will not be postponed, abandoned or cancelled without the consent of the stewards of the meeting.
23. PROTECTIVE CLOTHING:
A single layer Nomex fire proof suit, helmet, shoes and gloves are the minimum requirement for all participants and will be strictly enforced.
24. COMPETITION NUMBERS:
These will be issued by the organizers at documentation.
It is a condition of the entry that in addition to the advertising referred to in GCR 246, competing Vehicles shall also display the advertising, if any, as stipulated by the organisers and/or promoters. In line with South African legislation, no historical tobacco related livery or advertising will be allowed.
To protect the event sponsors rights, competitor sponsor branding will be allowed but confined to the inside of their respective pit only. Any branding found outside of the competitor’s pit entrance, as defined by the marque frame, will be removed.
26. OFFICIALS OF THE MEETING:
MSA Steward: Francois Jordaan
Club Steward: TBA
Clerk of the Course: Sparky Bright
Sporting Director / Competitor liaison: Geoff Goddard
Scrutineers/TC: Alistair Pringle/ TBA
Secretary of the Meeting: Lynne Bright
Chief Time Keeper: ZA Timing
Chief Marshal: TBA
Environmental Officer: Daniel Bright
Safety Officer: Ashwin Harri