Maritime Racing Car Club Rules
Rules of the Maritime Raceway venue (Historic Dockyard)
Ø Do not leave litter around the venue, bins are provided in the pitting area.
Ø No third party food permitted in the venue.
Ø No playing outside the venue I.E. the car park, driveway, stairs etc.
Ø Maritime Racing and The Historic Dockyard accept no liability for loss or damage to personal property in the hall or on the club grounds.
Ø Maritime Racing and the Historic Dockyard reserve the right to ask anyone to leave
Ø No Smoking any where in the venue (you be informed of smocking area)
Rules of Maritime Racing Car Club
Ø A minimum of three different crystal colors (solids only) or 40 Meg is required to race. Split crystals are not to be used unless issued by the committee.
Ø All drivers must stand on the rostrum when racing. (You are not to leave the rostrum until end of race sound)
Ø No transmitters to be switched on anywhere on the premises or grounds until your race.
Ø After your race you must place your car on the transponder / scrutineering table, your transmitter in the transmitter pound and go straight to your marshaling position. Failure to leave your car on the transponder/ scrutineering table or be at your marshaling point promptly for the start of the next race will result in the following penalty: 1st warning, loss of FTD. 2nd warning, loss of the entire evening’s points.
Ø The maximum amount of races in one night will be 3 rounds of 8 heats and 8 finals.
Ø Race time will be 5 mins per race
Ø Tires rubber slicks and radials no mini pins or blocks
Ø Lipo’s must be charged on a lipo setting on your charger (ANY one found braking this rule will be BANNED from any maritime Racing event and your detail passed on to the BRCA)
Ø Weight: - 1350g (including personal transponder, excluding handout transponder) if you fail this rule you will loss your FTD in the heats and loss of place in the finals
Ø A 5mm minimum ride height will be enforced there will only be one warning if you fail on the second time you will loss you FTD.
Ø A 19T / 10.5 motor limit apply in conjunction with the BRAC Pro Stock rules. (Two speed adapters are not permitted)
Ø All racers must provide the club with their address and telephone number, if we do not have your details you will not be issued with a transponder to race.
Ø When your race is over, i.e. the computer has called your name or number, pull over at the designated area, other racers are still racing and interfering with their final lap when your race is over will be penalized.
Ø No Death Grip or tire additive that contains wintergreen is to be used. Tires rub off area to be used.
Ø Poor marshaling will be penalized as follows: Poor heat marshaling will cost you your best qualifying time of the night. Poor finals marshaling will cost you your entire evening’s points.
Ø Stop and goes will be in place for bad driving, failure to stop will result in loss of FTD in heats and loss of points in finals
Ø Only Touring Car chassis are permitted to compete in a Thursday night meeting.
Ø All cars capable of running in reverse must display two orange stickers, one in the front windscreen and one in the rear screen. Failure to display these stickers will result in a loss of points.
Ø Marshals must wait at their marshaling point until relieved by the next race marshals you may and can be ask to marshal a second time in each round.
Ø Your race number must be clearly displayed in the front screen of your car; failure to display your number will result in the loss of your FTD.
Ø Any club property not returned at the end of the evening i.e. transponders, crystals etc. will result in a total loss of points.
Ø All racers must be members of the BRCA. Non-BRCA members are permitted to race at 3 meetings only, as a guest.
Ø By attending a MRCC race meeting you agree to abide by these rules in addition to the BRCA rules as laid out in the BRCA handbook.
MARITIME RACING RESERVE THE RIGHT TO ASK ANYONE TO LEAVE
Maritime Racing takes no responsibility for your health and safety or personal possessions at any of the clubs events.
THE ABOVE RULES ARE IN PLACE TO PROVIDE YOU, THE RACER WITH THE BEST RACE EXPERIENCE
THE COMMITTEE Cliff Rice Chairman: Ian Knight Race Director: Tracey Knight Treasurer/ Tuck Shop Manager: Geoff Lambert, John Reece, Allan Stead, Alan Sprawson, Ron Holmes, Doug Broad and Wayne Palmer (Off Road) committee members