- Name:White Rose Mxc champs 2021 Doncaster Moto Park (DMP)
- Type:MX Race
- Club: White Rose Mxc
- Championship: None
- Venue: Doncaster Moto Park (DMP) (Map)
- Track Postcode:DN106QU
- Dates:07-03-2021 to 07-03-2021
- Sign-On Opens:07:30 AM
- Event Begins:09:00 AM
- Online Entries Open:
- Online Entries Close:22-02-2021 06:47 PM
Race Fee per Day Class Spots Available Duration Member / Registered Visitor Visitor
Entry Opens (?)You must be a club member to enter prior to this date.
BW 85 spaces available -- £40.96 £40.96 Now Open SW 85 spaces available -- £40.96 £40.96 Now Open Auto spaces available -- £30.77 £30.77 Now Open 65's spaces available -- £40.96 £40.96 Now Open Adult A spaces available -- £46.06 £46.06 Now Open Adult B spaces available -- £46.06 £46.06 Now Open Adult C2 spaces available -- £46.06 £46.06 Now Open Vets over 30's spaces available -- £46.06 £46.06 Now Open Adult C1 spaces available -- £46.06 £46.06 Now Open
- Licences Accepted:ACU, AMCA, ORMS, BSMA, MCF, IOPD, SACU, NORA
- Single Event Licence Cost:£10.00
- Transponder Required:yes
- Transponder Hire Cost:£15.56
- No Cancellations After:05-03-2021
- Payments Accepted:online
- Payment / Deposit:Full payment required to book-in online
- Official Web Page:none listed
- Additional Information:
With the on going Covid situation dates and tracks are subject to change
STRICTLY NO RIDING IN THE PADDOCK REPORT FORM FOR DISPUTE AT CHAMPIONSHIP MEETINGS Any rider with a query about race positions/points must complete a report form and hand to a Race Official. The matter will then be dealt with as quickly and efficiently as possible. Under no circumstances should any query be submitted to anyone other than a Race official. Approaches to Signing On staff or Lapscorers will not be accepted. RIDERS EQUIPMENT 1. Riders must wear approved helmets, at least to silver stamp standard. Helmets must not be more than three years old. Helmets must be in good condition with a securely fixed strap. Non fibreglass helmets must not be sprayed. Fibreglass helmets should be checked thoroughly for any sign of crash damage. 2. Riders must wear properly constructed nylon or leather racing jeans, with flame resistant linings. Hips and knees should be protected with fixed or removable padding. 3. Racing shirts should be of strong, tear resistant material. 4. Gloves should be of leather or similar protective quality material. 5. Calf length leather, or equivalent strength material, boots must be worn. 6. Goggles and other extra protective clothing, as well as the aforementioned mandatory protective equipment, may be worn but it must be of good quality. 7. Children under the age of 16 must wear neck protectors to solve health and safety issues. 8. All equipment must be in good condition. RIDERS BEHAVIOUR 1. Riders will be expected to behave in a sportsmanlike manner at all times. Racing is a competitive business but no deliberate foul riding will be tolerated, e.g. attempts to kick opposition, deliberately knocking a rider off, brake checking etc. 2. Riders will be expected to behave respectfully to all officials acting in any capacity at the meeting. 3. Minor offences - in proven cases the offender can be punished by the clubs concerned, with race or meeting disqualification at their discretion. The panel for minor offences will consist of the Clerk of the Course and the two club stewards. Serious offences will be judged by an independent panel of three persons at an adjudicated date. Where the case is proven, offenders face punishments of suspension and/or fines. 4. Fighting will not be tolerated under any circumstances. Instant dismissal from the meeting and/or report to IOP at the club`s discretion is available. 5. Riders are responsible for the behaviour of all accompanying personnel, adult or child. Bad behaviour will be treated in exactly the same manner whether committed by the rider or entourage. 6. Riders must not go on to the track without the correct numbers on their machine. 7. Riders must complete two laps practice prior to competing in a race. 8. Riders may visit restricted areas to inspect the track but may not stay to watch racing in these areas. MACHINES 1. All machines must be equipped with a silencer to the required standard of 96 decibels maximum. Four strokes must have standard silencers, FMF Q or DEP Eco-pipe type. For 2007 all four strokes must have Enduro silencers of 94 decibels maximum. 2. Ball end handlebar levers must be in good condition. 3. Footrests must be round ended and folding. 4. All bearings must be in good condition. 5. No play in either forks or rear suspension. 6. Spokes should be tight. 7. Tyres must not be ripped or canvas showing. 8. There must be no unprotected metalwork beyond the rear mudguard. 9. Silencers must not protrude beyond the rear mudguard. 10. Brakes must work efficiently. 11. Throttle must be self returning.
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