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Old 18th January 2005, 10:05   #1
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Question Queries: Mumbai SpeedRun '05

Hi,
How may diff drivers can share the same car in an open class?

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Old 18th January 2005, 10:13   #2
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One driver in Class the vehicle is driven
Two Drivers in Open class can share the car
Two Drivers in Open Open can share the car....

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Old 18th January 2005, 10:23   #3
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are you sure?
the SR only mentions that sharing of cars is allowed in the open classes, however the limit is not mentioned.
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Old 18th January 2005, 10:37   #4
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Yes i am sure,
Only two drivers per car, in the open classes.

But you could have three people driving the same vehicle in the event, Example for a 1300cc zen

Zenesteem Class: Owner
Open Class : Owner, Friend1
Open Open Class : Owner , Friend2

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Hi,
Tom true coz the regulations do not mention the limit, but last years regulations had mentioned two drivers max. But when we approached Autocar for the bangalore event, they allowed only two entries of the car in the open classes.

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Article 4.2: There will be no sharing of cars except in the Indian Open , Foreign Open & open class. A participant can take part in as many classes as he/she wants; however this should be on different cars.

4.4 A vehicle may enter only one of the following categories and the Open.

Classifications for Indian cars:
1. Up to 800 CC
2. 801 to 1100 CC
3. 1101 to 1400 CC
4. 1401 to 1600 CC
5. 1601 to 2000 CC
6. 2001 and Above
7. Zen with 1300 CC (Indian engine)
8. Ladies Class (Car to be provided by organizers)
9. Indian Open
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Old 18th January 2005, 11:55   #7
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Rtech, it still doesnt mention max number of entries allowed by a vehicle in open classes.
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True, it does not mention the max. number of people alowed to share. Good you brought this to my attention.
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how bout bikes rtech how many riders can share the same bike at a time?
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Same regs for bikes as well when it comes to almost everything except the classes.

These are the classes for 2 wheelers:
Classifications for Indian Bikes:
1. ABOVE 80 - 110CC Two Stroke Group B
2. ABOVE 111 - 150CC Two Stroke Group B
3. ABOVE 261 - 360CC Two Stroke Group B
4. ABOVE 81 - 110CC Four Stroke Group B
5. ABOVE 111 - 160CC Four Stroke Group B
6. ABOVE 161 - 250CC Four Stroke Group B
7. INDIAN OPEN Group B
8. Ladies Class (organizers will provide the bikes in this class)

Classifications for Foreign Bikes
1. Up to 500 CC Group A
2. 501 to 750 CC Group A
3. 751 CC and Above Group A
4. Open class. This class is open to all Indian bikes, Indian bikes with Foreign engines, Foreign bikes and Specials (internal combustion engines only)

5. Wheelie - FASTEST wheelie over 1/8 mile
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Does anyone know what was the distance b/n the starting line and the christmas tree at the b'lore '05 SpeedRun?
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Dunno. Looked to be about 15-20 feet? Any reason in particular you need to know?
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Old 18th January 2005, 15:47   #13
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wanna calculate 60foot times
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Does anyone know of the finalised dates for the Mumbai 2005 Speed Run.
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Originally Posted by JERK
Does anyone know of the finalised dates for the Mumbai 2005 Speed Run.
Refer to this thread - Speedrun postponed, preponed, shifted, adjusted, ok confirmed, no actually not, umm.hold on, yeah its in feb sometime, uh ill call you back, are you free next weekend? no? whos getting married? ohok, no thats not an auspicious day, my nos doesnt work on thursdays, practise monday race on wednesday, ill pick you up at 7, the weather is gonna suck on the 23rd, hey....... i dont know...but keep checking this thread! (Confirmed: Mumbai SpeedRun postponed further to 19th/20th Feb)


Lol, i do understand its difficult to organize a large event like this, so we cant really blame ACI for the flakyness of other peoples and parties involved.

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