Mintex National Championship 1998

Supplementary Regulations

CONTENTS
ARTICLE 1 - Announcements
ARTICLE 2 - Championship Calendar for 1998
ARTICLE 3 - Eligibility
ARTICLE 4 - Registration
ARTICLE 5 - Vehicle Categories
ARTICLE 6 - Mintex National Rally Championship Awards
ARTICLE 7 - Scoring
ARTICLE 8 - Ties
ARTICLE 9 - Enforcement of Regulations
ARTICLE 10 - Championship Contacts

ARTICLE 1 - Announcements

1.1 The Association of National Rally Championship Organisers (ANCRO) will organise on behalf of its member clubs the Mintex National Championship The Championship is sponsored by BBA Friction Ltd and is open to Drivers, Co-Drivers and Manufacturers.

1.2 These Regulations have been approved by the RAC Motor Sports Association Ltd (RACMSA) and have been allocated Championship Permit Number CH98R5322.

1.3 The Championship is promoted and co-ordinated by RLE Motor Sport Promotions (REVPROM) on behalf of ANCRO.

1.4 The Organisers and Promoters reserve the right to issue additional official bulletins clarifying items in these Regulations. All such bulletins will be sent to registered Drivers, Co-Drivers and Manufacturers, by post to the address nominated on the Registration Form.

1.5 Points and positions will be published after each round, and will remain provisional for seven days from the date of posting. Any query must be made in writing, within that time, to the Championship Co-ordinator, who may refer it to the Championship Stewards (Articles 1.10, 9.1).

1.6 The Mintex National Rally Championship will be run in accordance with the RACMSA Year Book 1998 General Regulations, these Supplementary Regulations and any official bulletins issued.

1.7 Exemption from Liability: RACMSA Year Book 1998, B.9.4.1 applies.

1.8 Entry to the Championship is conditional upon each competitor accepting without reservation or recourse the surrender of their rights (if any) for TV, filming, broadcast and photography collated during the Championship, which may be used at the Organisers', Promoter's and Sponsor's discretion.

1.8.1 The winning crews on each event will be presented with Mintex "winners" caps. These must be worn during the Finish ceremony.

1.9 The Organisers of each qualifying round (all of National A status) retain the sole right to select and accept entries for their event and the Championship Organisers, Promoter or Sponsor cannot be held responsible for the refusal of an entry. It is the competitor's responsibility to obtain event regulations and to apply for entries.

1.10 Any dispute relating to the Championship will be referred to the Championship Stewards, composed as follows:

1.11 Organisers of qualifying rounds will make provision for the Championship Categories and Classes defined in Article 5. Event Classes may be subdivided or amalgamated in accordance with the Event Supplementary Regulations, but Series Points will be allocated to the Groups and Classes in Article 5.

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ARTICLE 2 - Championship Calendar for 1998











DATE EVENT CONTACT
Saturday
28nd February
The Bournemouth Winter Rally Rick Smith, The Old Bakery, 55a Belmont Road, Wallington, Surrey, SM6 8TE
Tel: 0181 773 3404 (O)
Saturday
4th April
Granite City Rally Gerry Potter, 30 Chatham Place, ABERDEEN, AB1 6RD
Tel:01224 571966 (H)
Saturday
9th May
Steyr-Puch Manx National Rally John Skinner, 6 Berkely Street, DOUGLAS, Isle of Man
Tel: 01624 626543 (H)
Saturday
13th June
Kerridge National Rally Keith Udy, The Lodge, Pipers Hill Common, Hanbury, BROMSGROVE, Worcs., B60 4AU
Tel: 01527 821369 (H)
Saturday
18th July
Enterprise Printing National Rally David Williams, "Hafren", 3 Tir Newydd, Llwynhendy, LLANELLI, SA14 9DJ
Tel/Fax: 01554 772818 (H)
Saturday
26th September
Trackrod Forest Stages Rod Parkin, 15 Holly Drive, Tinshill Lane, LEEDS, LS16 6EF
Tel: 0113 267 2422 (H)
Saturday
24th October
The Bulldog Rally John Trevithick, 24 Knights Avenue, WOLVERHAMPTON, WV6 9QA
Tel: 01902 752063 (H)
Saturday
12th December
Awards Presentation and Ball Series Promoter
Saturday
22nd August
Silverstone Rally Sprint Series Promoter

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ARTICLE 3 - Eligibility

Eligibility for the Mintex National Rally Championship is open to Drivers, Co-Drivers and Manufacturers who:

3.1 Hold RACMSA competition licences valid for the qualifying rounds or, for foreign competitors, a licence endorsed 'valid throughout the EU'.

3.2 Enter a vehicle included in the vehicle categories listed in article 5 and can provide, on demand, evidence of its eligibility.

3.3 Make available the specific areas on both front doors of the vehicle shown on the diagram, and display:

3.3.1 The official event logo/title.

3.3.2 The vehicle competition number.

3.3.3 The official Mintex National Rally Championship logo.

3.3.4 Advertising provided by the Promoters.

3.3.5 Class and Group identification provided by the Promoters.

3.4 Make available space on the 'throat flap' of the competitors' overalls for a Mintex logo provided by the Promoters for Driver and Co-Driver and sewn or permanently fixed to this position.

3.5 No on-board cameras will be allowed without the authorisation of the Promoters and the agreement of the event Clerk of the Course. Every such installation shall be approved by the event Scrutineer. (K 42.8.10).

3.6 Advertising must comply with RACMSA General Regulations E 2.24 and E 2.25.

3.6.1 No advertising or statement on the car or crew may contain offensive material.

3.7 All vehicles must comply with RACMSA Safety Regulations, including those relating to fire extinguishers (Q 3).

3.8 All competitors are reminded that vehicles must have a valid RACMSA Vehicle Log-Book which must be available at scrutineering for each qualifying round. This includes cars driven by foreign competitors (Article 3.1).

3.9 If it is desired to make an entry in the name of an organisation, firm or sponsor, or of any person who will neither drive nor co-drive, an Entrant's Licence must be obtained from the RACMSA.

3.10 Competitors are advised that information they supply will be stored on a computer retrieval system and will be used for organisational and publicity purposes for individual events and for the Mintex National Rally Championship. The Organisers and Promoters regret that they are unable to accept entries and registrations from competitors who do not accept this condition.

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ARTICLE 4 - Registration

4.1 Drivers, Co-Drivers and Manufacturers are required to register with the Mintex National Rally Championship on the official Registration Form in order to claim points and prize money.

4.2 Registration opens on the production of these Regulations and closes at the end of Documentation prior to the start of the fifth round of the Championship. No points will be awarded retrospectively.

4.3 Registration fees:
A 'crew' (Driver and Co-Driver) whose registration forms are submitted together should remit a combined Registration fee at the reduced rate of £50.00. Other fees are:



Individual drivers £35.00
Individual Co-Drivers £25.00
Manufacturers £450.00
All registration fees are dedicated to the Prize Fund
Completed Registration forms and fees should be sent to the Championship Co-ordinator, Roger Evans, Mintex National Rally Championship, P.O. Box 15, BRIDGEND, CF31 3YD. Cheques should be made payable to REVPROM.

4.4 Once a Driver's/Co-Driver's/Manufacturer's registration form has been received and accepted it will not be possible for them to disclaim any points awarded.

4.5 A list of registered Drivers, Co-Drivers and Manufacturers will be officially displayed or available on demand on each qualifying round.

4.6 In applying for Registration competitors agree to be bound by the Regulations of the Mintex National Rally Championship.

4.7 Acceptance of registration is entirely at the discretion of the Championship Organisers and Promoters.

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ARTICLE 5 - Vehicle Categories

5.1 The Mintex National Rally Championship will be divided into six vehicle categories and fifteen Capacity Classes. All vehicles with forced induction will have their engine capacity increased by 70% to determine their Class eligibility










5.1.1 Group N Cars conforming to FIA International Group N Regulations
  Class N1 Up to and including 1400cc
  Class N2 Over 1400 cc up to and including 1600cc
  Class N3 Over 1600 cc up to and including 2000cc
  Class N4 Over 2000 cc
5.1.2 Group A Cars conforming to FIA International Group A Regulations
  Class A5 Up to and including 1400cc
  Class A6 Over 1400 cc up to and including 1600cc
  Class A7 Over 1600 cc up to and including 2000cc
  Class A8 Over 2000 cc
5.1.3 Formula 2
Within The Mintex National Rally Championship there will be a category to be known as Formula 2, open to all registered Drivers in Classes N1, N2, N3, and A5, A6, A7 driving normally aspirated, two wheel drive vehicles including vehicles containing all or any parts homolgated as 'kit' on form VK (FIA).




5.1.4 Category B Cars complying with 1998 RACMSA Technical Regulations
  Class B9 Up to and including 1400cc
  Class B10 Over 1400 cc up to and including 1600cc
  Class B11 Over 1600 cc up to and including 2000cc
  Class B12 Over 2000 cc
To include Metro 6R4's with approved sealed engines of 2.5 litres (international injection) or 2.8 litres (single plenum type) with relevant original certificates of engine capacity, and driven by registered contenders only. The driver of any other vehicle not complying with K 42.1.1 or .2 must first apply to the Championship Co-ordinator with full details. Authorisation is then entirely at the discretion of the RACMSA, and such vehicles will be driven by registered contenders only.

All vehicles subject to minimum weights as per FIA Year Book 1998 specific regulations for Touring Car Group A (ART 255).

5.1.5 Two-wheel Drive Challenge
Within The Mintex National Rally Championship there will be a category to be known as the Two-Wheel Drive Challenge, open to all registered Drivers in Category B driving normally aspirated two-wheel drive cars.





5.1.6 Category H Historic and Post-Historic Vehicle Classes
  All vehicles in Category H must comply in all respects with current safety requirements, and possess a current RACMSA Vehicle Log-Book and either an RACMSA or FIA Historic Vehicle Identity Form.
  Class H13 Historic Rally Cars first registered before 31/12/67
  Class H14 Post-Historic Cars first registered before 31/12/74

5.1.7 Category D Class D15
All Diesel Powered Vehicles in Category D must comply with RACMSA safety requirments and by approved for use by the RACMSA.

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ARTICLE 6 - Mintex National Rally Championship Awards

6.1 Cash awards and end of year trophies will only be presented to registered contenders who have started a MINIMUM of five rounds of the Series in a nominated class.

Additional awards to those listed below may be made at the Promoter's discretion and will be announced in bulletins.

All prize money will be paid to the person nominated on the registration form at the start of the season unless the Promoters receive other instructions in writing.

Trophies will be presented to Drivers, Co-Drivers and Manufacturers as appropriate.
























6.2 Mintex Overall Awards
  1st Overall Driver The Mintex Trophy and product support for 1998
  1st Overall Co-Driver The Mintex Trophy
6.3 Mintex Group Awards
  Overall Group N Driver £1,000 and a Mintex Trophy and product support for 1999
  Overall Group N Co-Driver £200 and a Mintex Trophy
  Overall Group A Driver £1,000 and a Mintex Trophy and product support for 1999
  Overall Group A Co-Driver £200 and a Mintex Trophy
  Overall Group B Driver £500 and a Mintex Trophy and product support for 1999
  Overall Group B Co-Driver £100 and a Mintex Trophy
  Overall F2 Driver £500 and a Mintex Trophy and product support for 1999
  Overall F2 Co-Driver £100 and a Mintex Trophy
6.4 Mintex Class Awards:
  The winners of the Group awards are not eligible for the Class awards.
6.4.1 Classes N1, N2, N3, N4, A5, A6, A7, & A8. (See Article 5.1.1, 5.1.2).
  To each winning Driver £500 and a trophy
  To each winning Co-Driver £100 and a trophy
  To each 2nd placed Driver and Co-Driver A trophy
  To each 3rd placed Driver and Co-Driver A trophy
6.4.2 Classes B9, B10, B11, B12, H13, H14 & D15. (See Article 5.1.4 and 5.1.6).
  To each winning Driver £250 and a trophy
  To each winning Co-Driver £50 and a trophy
  To each 2nd placed Driver and Co-Driver A trophy
  To each 3rd placed Driver and Co-Driver A trophy
  N.B. Mintex Class Awards will be paid provided there are a MINIMUM of SIX registered starters during the Championship in the Class to which the award refers. If there are less than SIX starters in any particular Class, cash awards will be halved, and no Third in Class trophies will be presented. If less than Three starters in class cash awards will be one third and no 2nd in Class trophy presented.
6.5 Formula 2

6.5.1 The Formula 2 Mid Season Award
To the leading registered Driver in the Formula 2 Category (Articles 5.1.3, 7.5) after the first five rounds of the Mintex National Rally Championship:

A guaranteed entry in the 1998 Network Q RAC Rally of Great Britain.

6.6 The Peter Lloyd Rallying - Two wheel drive Challenge
To the highest placed driver in the two wheel drive challenge (Article 5.1.5)

£250 and a trophy

6.7 The Coupe des Dames

6.7.1 On each qualifying round, to the highest placed Lady Driver registered in the Ladies' category, determined on Class Index of Performance (Article 7.7).

A Trophy.

6.7.2 At the season end, to the highest placed registered Lady Driver in the Ladies' category, determined on Class Index of Performance (Article 7.7).

the Coupe des Dames.

6.8 The Competition Car Insurance Junior Award
Drivers born on or after 1 January 1974 are eligible to register for this Award.

To the highest placed Driver registered for this award (Article 7.8)

£500 and The Junior Trophy
Supported by Competition Car Insurance.

6.9 Ford Motorsport Parts Bonus Scheme
Ford Motorsport have a generous cash bonus scheme for competitors registered for the Championship driving Group N Ford Cosworth Cars. Competitors registered for the scheme are required to carry Ford Motorsport Parts Decals.

To the highest placed Driver registered for this award on each round £1000.
To the second highest placed Driver registered for this award on each round £750.
To the third highest placed Driver registered for this award on each round £500.
To the fourth highest placed Driver registered for this award on each round £250.

6.10 Manufacturers' Awards
Three separate Championships will be based on the results achieved by registered Drivers in vehicles of registered Manufacturers. Manufacturers must register by MAKE for these championships, e.g. Audi, Daihatsu, Fiat, Ford, Honda, Lada, Lancia, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Peugeot, Rover, Skoda, Subaru, Suzuki, Toyota, Vauxhall, Volkswagen, etc. One registration fee per Make covers Groups A and N and Formula 2 (Articles 4.3 and 7.10).


To the highest placed registered Manufacturer in Group N A Mintex Trophy
To the highest placed registered Manufacturer in Group A A Mintex Trophy
To the highest placed registered Manufacturer in Formula 2 A Mintex Trophy

6.11 The Dennis Hopwood Memorial Award
Awarded to an accredited member of the media who, in the opinion of ANCRO, has contributed most to the promotion and furtherance of The 1998 Mintex National Rally Championship.

6.12 The M3 Partnership Publicity Award
This will be awarded to the cre who achieve the most publicity throughout the season. Copies of media coverage must be received by the championship co-ordinator by 15th November 1998 for judging.

6.13 Other awards may be made at the promoter's discretion and will be announced in bulletins.

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ARTICLE 7 - Scoring

7.1.1 Points will be allocated to registered Drivers and Co-Drivers according to their position in Overall, Category and Capacity Class classification on each of the seven scoring rounds.

7.1.2 Points will be allocated to registered Manufacturers only in relation to Group A, Group N and Formula Two classification on each of the seven scoring rounds.

7.1.3 Drivers, Co-Drivers and Manufacturers will count their best FIVE scores towards their final Championship scores. Ties will be resolved according to Article 8.

7.1.4 No points will be awarded to any Driver, Co-Driver or Manufacturer whose car does not carry the official Championship logos or does not conform with the specified advertising and other conditions required by Article 3.

7.1.5 Registered Drivers, Co-Drivers and Manufacturers who start six qualifying rounds of the Championship will receive a bonus of 10 points added to their final championship scores (7.1.3).

7.1.6 In the Overall Drivers' and Co-Drivers' categories, the bonus will be awarded regardless of what vehicle(s) have been entered. In Class or Group, each Driver or Co-Driver who has earned points on more than one Class or Group will be awarded the bonus in the Class/group nominated to the Championship Co-ordinator by the registered contender before the start of the final round. The bonus can only be awarded in a Class/Group in which the contender has already scored points before the start of the final round.

7.2 Overall Drivers' and Co-Drivers' Championship Awards
Points will be allocated to the first 22 registered Drivers and Co-Drivers according to their position in Overall Classification on each qualifying round as follows. (It is not necessary to be classified among the first 22 in the Overall event results in order to score Championship points).






Points
Highest placed registered Championship contender: 25
Second highest placed registered Championship contender: 22
Third highest placed registered Championship contender: 20
Fourth highest placed registered Championship contender: 19
and so on down to:  
Twenty-second highest placed registered Championship contender: 1

7.3 Group A, Group N, and Category B; Drivers' and Co-Drivers' Championship Awards
Separate Awards are open to registered Drivers and Co-Drivers competing in each of Group A, Group N and Category B. Points will be allocated to the first 22 registered Drivers and Co-Drivers according to their position in Overall Classification within their vehicle category on each qualifying round as follows. (It is not necessary to be classified among the first 22 in the vehicle category in order to score Championship points).






Points
Highest placed registered Championship contender: 25
Second highest placed registered Championship contender: 22
Third highest placed registered Championship contender: 20
Fourth highest placed registered Championship contender: 19
and so on down to:  
Twenty-second highest placed registered Championship contender: 1

7.4 Capacity Class Awards
Points will be allocated to the first twelve registered Drivers and Co-Drivers in each of the 15 Capacity Classes (Article 5) on each qualifying round as follows. (It is not necessary to be classified among the first 12 in the Class in order to score Championship points). Scoring for these awards is entirely separate from Overall, Group A, Group N, Category B, Formula 2 and the Two-Wheel Drive Challenge.






Points
Highest placed registered Championship contender in each capacity: 15
Second highest placed registered Championship contender in each capacity class: 12
Third highest placed registered Championship contender in each capacity class: 10
Fourth highest placed registered Championship contender in each capacity class: 9
and so on down to:  
Twelfth highest placed registered Championship contender in each capacity class: 1

7.5 Formula 2
Points will be allocated on each qualifying round to the first twelve registered Drivers competing in Classes N1, N2, N3, A5, A6 or A7 in two-wheel drive normally aspirated cars. (It is not necessary to be classified among the first 12 in these Classes in order to score Championship points). As points are awarded to the Driver only, a change of vehicle during the season is allowed.






Points
Highest placed registered Formula 2 Driver: 15
Second highest placed registered Formula 2 Driver: 12
Third highest placed registered Formula 2 Driver: 10
Fourth highest placed registered Formula 2 Driver: 9
and so on down to:  
Twelfth highest placed registered Formula 2 Driver: 1

7.6 The Peter Lloyd Rallyinbg - Two-wheel Drive Challenge
Points will be allocated on each qualifying round to the first twelve registered Drivers competing in Classes B9, B10, B11 or B12 in two-wheel drive normally aspirated cars. (It is not necessary to be classified among the first 12 in these Classes in order to score Championship points). As points are awarded to the Driver only, a change of vehicle Class during the season is allowed.






Points
Highest placed registered 2WD Challenge Driver: 15
Second highest placed registered 2WD Challenge Driver: 12
Third highest placed registered 2WD Challenge Driver: 10
Fourth highest placed registered 2WD Challenge Driver: 9
and so on down to:  
Twelfth highest placed registered 2WD Challenge Driver: 1

7.7 Coupe des Dames
Points for the Coupe des Dames will be awarded on each qualifying round to the first ten lady drivers registered in the Ladies category, determined on a "Class Index of Performance". The calculation of this Index will be published in a Bulletin, available on request, which will be sent to all eligible competitors. The purpose of the Index is to enable lady competitors in all capacity classes to compete on equal footing.






Points
Highest placed registered Lady Driver on index: 12
Second highest placed registered Lady Driver on index: 10
Third highest placed registered Lady Driver on index: 8
Fourth highest placed registered Lady Driver on index: 7
and so on down to:  
Tenth highest placed registered Lady Driver on index: 1

7.8 The Competition Car Insurance Junior Award
Points will be awarded on each qualifying round to the first twelve registered Junior Drivers (Article 6.9) in each of the Capacity Classes N1, A5 and B9 only. (It is not necessary to be classified among the first 12 in these Classes in order to score Championship points). As points are awarded to the Driver only, a change of vehicle Class during the season is allowed.






Points
Highest placed registered Junior Driver in Class: 15
Second highest placed registered Junior Driver in Class: 12
Third highest placed registered Junior Driver in Class: 10
Fourth highest placed registered Junior Driver in Class: 9
and so on down to:  
Twelfth highest placed registered Junior Driver in Class: 1

7.9 Manufacturers' Championships: Group A, Group N and Formula 2
Manufacturers' points will be awarded to the first twelve eligible Makes in each Category (Article 6.10), but only in respect of the highest placed vehicle of that Make in that Category; other placings achieved by eligible vehicles of the same Make will be ignored and cannot be reassigned to another Make. (It is not necessary for a Make to be classified among the first 12 in Gp A, Gp N or Formula 2 in order to score points).

Points will be awarded only if both the Driver and the Make are registered. The results of un-registered Drivers and Makes will be ignored in the allocation of points. Manufacturers will accumulate points separately in Group A, Group N and Formula 2; points earned in different Categories will not be added together.






Points
Highest placed registered 'Make': Gp A, Gp N, Formula 2. 15
Second highest placed registered 'Make': Gp A, Gp N, Formula 2. 12
Third highest placed registered 'Make': Gp A, Gp N, Formula 2. 10
Fourth highest placed registered 'Make': Gp A, Gp N, Formula 2. 9
and so on down to:  
Twelfth highest placed registered 'Make': Gp A, Gp N, Formula 2. 1

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ARTICLE 8 - Ties

8.1 Ties will be resolved by reference to the tieing Drivers', Co-Drivers' or Manufacturers' allocation of points within the category or class where the tie exists by applying tests 8.2 to 8.6 below.

8.2 Considering only the 5 (five) best scores, apply tests 8.2.1 and 8.2.2 below in that order.

8.2.1 In favour of the Driver, Co-Driver, or Manufacturer with the greatest number of maximum scores.

8.2.2 In favour of the Driver, Co-Driver, or Manufacturer with the greatest number of second highest scores, failing that the third highest scores and so on until the tie is broken.

8.3 Should the provision of Article 8.2 above fail to resolve the tie then Article 8.2.1 and 8.2.2 in that order shall be applied to the allocation of scores achieved from ALL qualifying rounds.

8.4 Should the provision of Article 8.2 or Article 8.3 above not resolve the tie, the award shall be given in favour of the Driver, Co-Driver or Manufacturer with the highest allocation of points from their first scoring round.

8.5 Should the provision of Article 8.2 or Article 8.3 or Article 8.4 above not resolve the tie, then consideration will be given to the overall results of the first event to be run in the Championship, in favour of the Driver, Co-Driver or Manufacturer who achieved the highest overall position in those results.

8.6 Should any of these provisions above fail to resolve the tie, the Championship organisers & promoters may nominate the winner of the tie based on such considerations as they deem appropriate.

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ARTICLE 9 - Enforcement of Regulations

9.1 Disputes on the regulations of The Mintex National Rally Championship will be settled by the Championship Stewards (Article 1.10) in accordance with RACMSA Regulations, these Supplementary Regulations and any Official Bulletins which may have been issued.

9.2 RACMSA General Regulation O 3.5 is modified as follows:

9.2.1 Any competitor EXCLUDED from any event in the Championship by reason of having an ineligible vehicle will be subject to the following Championship penalties:

First Offence:- count the event as one of the events contributing to his total Championship score (Article 7.1.3) i.e. count a zero score.

Second Offence:- be excluded from the Championship and forfeit any Championship awards.

9.2.2 Any competitor excluded from an event in the Championship for any other infringement will not be subject to any additional penalty other than the loss of any points that he might otherwise have scored on that event.

9.3 Any vehicle which fails to satisfy the RACMSA Scrutineers at pre-event Scrutineering, in respect of Safety or Technical Regulations, will not be permitted to start that event.

9.3.1 Furthermore if a car is selected for post-event Scrutineering, then Results and Championship points will remain provisional until the vehicle is inspected and approved by the Championship Eligibility Scrutineer or his nominated deputy.

9.3.2 Any vehicle which is found to be ineligible at the conclusion of any event will be Excluded, NOT reclassified. The onus is always on a competitor to present a vehicle which conforms with eligibility for the class entered.

9.4 Noise: in addition to the pre-event Sound Test (E 13.17), the Organisers of each qualifying round will appoint Judges of Fact to adjudicate on any instances of instantaneous factual occurrence or any other abnormal sound levels. They will report their findings to the Chief Scrutineer who will advise the Clerk of the Course who will then apply the appropriate penalty. Competitors should pay particular heed to RACMSA Yearbook, C11 and C12.

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ARTICLE 10 - Championship Contacts

ANCRO Chairman
Rod Parkin
15 Holly Drive, Tinshill Lane,
LEEDS LS16 6EF

ANCRO Secretary
Stan Griffin
'Dyfi', 15 River Way, Laleham,
Middlesex TW18 2SJ

Promoter/Championship Co-ordination
Roger L. Evans
RLE Motorsport Promotions,
P.O. Box 15, BRIDGEND
CF31 3YD
Tel. 01656 863888
Fax. 01656 863800

Championship Press Officer
Keith McGhie
27 Cedar Drive, Wyke,
BRADFORD, West Yorkshire
BD12 9HL
Tel/Fax 01274 671112

Championship Eligibility Scrutineer
J. (Mike) Harris
19 Dawn Close, Ness, South Wirral L64 4DS
Tel 0151 336 7462 (Home)
01244 612 530 (Work)

Championship Computerised Results
Tynemouth Computer Services,
27 Garforth Close, Southfield Green,
Cramlington, Northumberland
NE23 6EW

RAC Motor Sports Association
Motor Sports House, Riverside Park,
Colnbrook, Slough, SL3 0HG
Tel 01753 681736
Fax 01753 682938

Championship Competitor Liaison Officer
Dilys Rogers
23 Deverden Avenue, Belton
LOUGHBOROUGH, Leicester LE12 9TY
Tel/Fax 01530 222958

Championship Video and Television Production
Alistair Miller
AMTV, Braehouse, Touch,
CAMBUSBARRON, Stirling
FK8 3AH
Tel 01786 464422

Nissan Micra Challenge
Simon Aldridge
The Micra Challenge
Kings Hall, St. Ives,
Cambridgeshire PE17 4WY
Tel 01480 460914

The Ford Motorsport Parts Bonus
Gavin Roberts
Ford Motorsport
Tel 01245 234278

The Ford Rally kA Championship
Peter J Griffiths
M3 Partnership
P.O. Box 15,
Bridgend CF31 3YD
Tel 01656 863888
Fax 01656 863800

Lada Challenge
Martin Shaw
55 Upper Lane
Emley
West Yorks, HD8 9RQ

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