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Old 14th April 2011, 12:30   #31
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Hi,

We have been waiting for the schedule of the event and the time of the events to be put up. The website still shows the schedule for 9th & 10th of April.

Can we presume that the schedule fixed for 9th & 10th of April stand transposed to 7th & 8th of May.

Shucks, life just got more complicated. We booked return tickets for the 7th after HRH-RR's wedding on 6th May in Delhi, seems a lot of re-booking has to be done.

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Hi,

We have been waiting for the schedule of the event and the time of the events to be put up. The website still shows the schedule for 9th & 10th of April.

Can we presume that the schedule fixed for 9th & 10th of April stand transposed to 7th & 8th of May.

Shucks, life just got more complicated. We booked return tickets for the 7th after HRH-RR's wedding on 6th May in Delhi, seems a lot of re-booking has to be done.

Cheers,
guys i dont understand what the confusion is. the event is on the 7/8th of may. final. please book accordingly. if u need any help with forms pls contact me directly.
we could not do the event in april due to the ipl. im sorry for the inconvienience
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Schedule for SPEEDWAY 2011 -- Organised by Indian Automotive Racing Club Ltd. Promoters : A R Motosport
Saturday 7th may, 2011 Sunday 8th may, 2011
TIME Programme TIME Programme
Hrs. BIKES CODE Hrs. CARS CODE

7:30 Scrutiny - Indian Bikes M1,M2,M3,M4 7:30 Scrutiny - Indian Zen, FI /N, ICFE Cars C, D, E, F, G
8:00 1 Practice Run - Indian Bikes M1,M2,M3,M4 8:00 1 Practise Run - Indian Zen, FI /N, ICFE Cars C, D, E, F, G
8:30 Scrutiny - Indian Open Bikes / Foreign Bikes N1,N2,O1,O2 10:00 Scrutiny - Foreign Street - Stock & Pro - Stock Cars H, I,
10:00 1 Practice Run - Open Bikes / Foreign Bikes N1,N2,O1,O2 11:00 1 Practise Run - Foreign Street - Stock & Pro - Stock Cars H, I
12:00 Scrutiny - Unrestricted / Diesel Open Cars J, K
BIKE FINALS 13:30 1 Practise Run - Unrestricted / Diesel Open Cars J, K

Indian Bikes CAR FINALS

9:00 Indian Bikes Upto 130 cc 2 Stroke M1 Indian Cars
9:15 Indian Bikes From 131 to 165 cc 2 Stroke M2
9:30 Indian Bikes Upto 165 cc 4 Stroke M3 9:00 Zen with upto 1400 cc Engines C
9:45 Indian Bikes From 166 to 260 cc 4 Stroke M4 9:15 Zen with upto 1600 cc Engines D

Indian Open Bikes / Foreign Bikes Indian Forced Induction / Nitrous, ICFE & Open Cars

10:30 Indian Open Bikes 130 cc and Above - 2 Stroke N1 9:30 Indian FI/N Cars from 1101 to 1400 cc E1
10:45 Indian Open Bikes 165 cc and Above - 4 Stroke N2 9:45 Indian FI/N Cars from 1401 to 1600 cc E2
11:00 Foreign Open Bikes upto 750 cc O1 10:00 Indian FI/N Cars from 1601 to 2000 cc E3
11:15 Foreign Open Bikes 751 cc and Above O2 10:15 Indian FI/N Cars above 2001 cc E4
10:30 Indian Cars With Foreign Engines F
11:30 Prize Distrbution For Bike Classes M, N, O 10:45 Indian Open Cars G

CARS Foreign Street - Stock and Pro - Stock Cars

10:30 Scrutiny - Indian Street - Stock Cars A1, A2, A3, A4, A5 12:00 Foreign SS Cars up to 2000 cc H1
11:30 Scrutiny - Indian Pro - Stock Cars B1, B2, B3, B4, B5 12:10 Foreign SS Cars from 2001 to 3000 cc H2
12:00 1 Practise - Indian Street - Stock Cars A1, A2, A3, A4, A5 12:20 Foreign SS Cars from 3001 to 4000 cc H3
13:00 1 Practise - Indian Pro - Stock Cars B1, B2, B3, B4, B5 12:30 Foreign SS Cars above 4001 cc H4

CAR FINALS 12:45 Foreign PS Cars up to 2000 cc I1
12:55 Foreign PS Cars from 2001 to 3000 cc I2
Indian Classes (Street - Stock) 13:05 Foreign PS Cars from 3001 to 4000 cc I3
13:15 Foreign PS Cars above 4001 cc I4
14:30 Indian Cars Upto 1150 cc A1
14:45 Indian Cars From 1151 cc - 1450 cc A2 Unrestricted and Diesel Open Cars
15:00 Indian Cars From 1451 cc - 1650 cc A3
15:15 Indian Cars From 1651 cc - 2050 cc A4 14:00 Unrestricted Cars J
15:30 Indian Cars Above 2051 cc A5 14:15 Diesel Open Cars upto 1800 cc K1
14:30 Diesel Open Cars From 1801 to 3000 cc K2
Indian Classes (Pro - Stock) 14:45 Diesel Open Cars Above 3001 cc K3

16:00 Indian Cars upto 1150 cc B1 Super Face Off
16:15 Indian Cars From 1151 cc - 1450 cc B2
16:30 Indian Cars From 1451 cc - 1650 cc B3 15:30 E3, E4, F & G Against H1, H2, H3, H4 & I
16:45 Indian Cars From 1651 cc - 2050 cc B4
17:00 Indian Cars Above 2051 cc B5

17:15 Prize Distribution for Car Classes A, B 16:30 Prize Distribution for Car Classes C, D, E, F, G, H, I, K & Super Face Off
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TIME Programme
Hrs. CARS CODE

7:30 Scrutiny - Indian Zen, FI /N, ICFE Cars C, D, E, F, G
8:00 1 Practise Run - Indian Zen, FI /N, ICFE Cars C, D, E, F, G
10:00 Scrutiny - Foreign Street - Stock & Pro - Stock Cars H, I,
11:00 1 Practise Run - Foreign Street - Stock & Pro - Stock Cars H, I
12:00 Scrutiny - Unrestricted / Diesel Open Cars J, K
13:30 1 Practise Run - Unrestricted / Diesel Open Cars J, K

CAR FINALS

Indian Cars

9:00 Zen with upto 1400 cc Engines C
9:15 Zen with upto 1600 cc Engines D

Indian Forced Induction / Nitrous, ICFE & Open Cars

9:30 Indian FI/N Cars from 1101 to 1400 cc E1
9:45 Indian FI/N Cars from 1401 to 1600 cc E2
10:00 Indian FI/N Cars from 1601 to 2000 cc E3
10:15 Indian FI/N Cars above 2001 cc E4
10:30 Indian Cars With Foreign Engines F
10:45 Indian Open Cars G

Foreign Street - Stock and Pro - Stock Cars

12:00 Foreign SS Cars up to 2000 cc H1
12:10 Foreign SS Cars from 2001 to 3000 cc H2
12:20 Foreign SS Cars from 3001 to 4000 cc H3
12:30 Foreign SS Cars above 4001 cc H4

12:45 Foreign PS Cars up to 2000 cc I1
12:55 Foreign PS Cars from 2001 to 3000 cc I2
13:05 Foreign PS Cars from 3001 to 4000 cc I3
13:15 Foreign PS Cars above 4001 cc I4

Unrestricted and Diesel Open Cars

14:00 Unrestricted Cars J
14:15 Diesel Open Cars upto 1800 cc K1
14:30 Diesel Open Cars From 1801 to 3000 cc K2
14:45 Diesel Open Cars Above 3001 cc K3

Super Face Off

15:30 E3, E4, F & G Against H1, H2, H3, H4 & I



16:30 Prize Distribution for Car Classes C, D, E, F, G, H, I, K & Super Face Off
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Article 3: TRACK
3.1 Surface: Tarmac
Place : KHARGHAR, Navi Mumbai
Length of Track: 402.34 meters
Braking Distance: 400 meters
Barricading: Complete till end
Ambulances/doctor/paramedic at track: Trauma ambulance with
doctor/paramedic/medicines each at start and end of track.
Fire extinguishers: At Start, Finish and end of track.
Fire engine : At Start.
Article 4 Eligible Classes and categories and technical regulations
4.1 Minimum number of entries for each class is 4. However, if insufficient
entries have been received for a class, the organizers reserve the right to
cancel or abandon a class or merge a class with a higher class in liaison
with the Stewards of the event, if they feel appropriate.
4.2 There will be no sharing of bikes in Indian bikes category. A participant can
take part in as many classes as he/she wants; however this should be on
different bikes. In Foreign bikes category maximum 2 riders per bike will be
allowed.
4.3 All bikes manufactured and sold in India have to be series production bikes
except for the Indian Open wherein the only restriction is to have an Indian
engine. There will be a knockout format for this round only where the top 6
riders will compete for the no.1 position. There will be only one winner in
this category who will receive a cash prize of Rs.25,000/- from Promoters.
4.4 A vehicle may enter only one of the following categories and the Indian
Open.
Classifications for Indian Bikes: (M)
Group B :
M1 Class Up to 130 cc -2 stroke
M2 Class from 131 cc to 165 cc -2 stroke
M3 Class Up to 165 cc -4 stroke
M4 Class 166 cc and above upto 260 cc -4 stroke
Indian Open: (N)
N1 Class 130 cc and above -2 stroke,
N2 Class 165 cc and above -4 stroke
Classifications for Foreign Bikes : (O)
O Foreign Open class. This class is open to all Indian bikes with Foreign engines,
Foreign bikes and Specials (internal combustion engines only). Maximum of 2
riders per bike is permitted.
O1 Class upto 750 cc
O2 Class above 751 cc
4.5 Fuel: Free
4.6 Nitrous Oxide: Commercially available Nitrous Oxide is permitted on all
vehicles except stock category. However, bottles must be securely and
permanently mounted and stamped with a DOT 1800 pound rating. Bottle to
solenoid hoses must be either high-pressure braded steel type. No plastic
bottles will be permitted.
4.7 Any liquid leak will prevent bike from being permitted to stage or race.
4.8 Brakes must be in good order and capable of providing proper control at the
bike potential top speed
As long as the tyres are safe to the bike maximum potential speed, street or
racing tyres of any compound are permitted. Tyre tread (or wear holes on
racing slicks) must be a minimum of 1/8” deep. Any tyres showing
damage and/or signs of serious wear are prohibited.
Article 5 ELIGIBLE COMPETITORS
5.1 Any competitor who has a valid driving license, FMSCI Full Competition
license @ Rs.1100/-for Road Racing/Drag or 2W One-event license @
Rs.200/- for Groups A/B/C, and Personal Accident Policy with High Risk &
Hospitalization plan Highly Recommended for minimum of Rs.2, 00,000/-
for motor sports is allowed to participate in this event.
5.2 Under the laws of India, any accident out of which a claim may arise should
be reported to the nearest police station.
5.3 Under no circumstances will any competitor, crew member, Marshal or
official admit any liability or sign any form or paper which may admit or
indicate liability of the sponsors / or the organizers in any accident or
incident which may arise.
5.4 Any indemnity and / or declaration (on Rs.20 stamp paper, included in
entry fees) as prescribed if signed by a person under the age of 18 years
shall be counter signed by that person’s parent or guardian whose full
name and address shall be given. Failure to do so will result in the
competitor not being allowed to start.
5.5 All photographs / press material of and during this event shall be the sole
property of IARC.
Article 6 ENTRY FORMS AND ENTRIES
6.1 Participants must send the Official Entry Form duly completed along with
entry fees, by the appropriate closing date to the secretariat at: IARC.
Entry forms, Indemnity letter and SRs can be obtained from IARC.
6.2 Entry forms that are amended, incomplete or defaced are invalid.
6.3 By the very fact of signing the entry form, the entrant as well as the rider
shall submit and bind themselves to these regulations.
6.4 The Organizers have the right to refuse any entry; however the Organizers
shall notify the reasons for such refusal
6.5 The maximum no. of entries shall be 200. However the Organizers
reserve the right to increase the number of entries. Entries shall be
accepted on a “first come first served” basis. .
6.6 By the fact of their entry, all competitors will be deemed to have declared
that the vehicles, teams and personnel under their control will comply with
the regulations throughout the event.
6.7 ENTRY FEES: By cash or demand draft in favour of “ Indian Automotive
Racing Club Ltd.“ payable at Mumbai as per below before normal closing
of the entries.
For Indian Bikes/Foreign Bikes Rs. 2,000/= per class driven Except for
Indian Open where it will be Rs.3,000/= (IARC members with no dues unpaid
as on date, taking part will be entitled for 10% discount on entry fees). AN
ADDITIONAL LATE ENTRY FEE of Rs. 1000/- will be charged for entries
received within 48 hrs of the normal closing date/time of entries mentioned in the
Official Programme.
6.8 The Entry fee will be refunded by the promoters only in the following
circumstances:
· If the entry is not accepted
· If a reserve entry is finally not accepted
· If the Event is cancelled
· If the Event is postponed
6.8.1 The entry form will be accepted only if accompanied by the following
documents:
· Copy of Special Race / Rally Insurance Cover valid on Event dates
Recommended
· Copy of Personal Accident Insurance Policy with high risk for minimum
Rs 200,000 valid for event dates. Recommended
· 2 Passport size photographs per entry of the competitor -Compulsory
· Copy of valid Driving license -Compulsory
· Copy of the registration book -Compulsory.
· Authority letter from owner of the bike if the rider is not the owner of the
bike used in the event -Compulsory
· Copy of valid FMSCI Full Competition license for Racing/Drag or 2W
one event license for Groups A/B/C (application forms are available with
the organiser and can also be downloaded from website www.fmsci.in )
-Compulsory
· 1 passport size photograph of pit mechanic -Compulsory
6.8.2 SAFETY:
· Minimum ISI standard Full face Helmets are compulsory. Motocross type
helmets are not permitted.
· Full length ankle shoes, Knee guard, elbow guard all compulsory.
· Full-length leather gloves in sound condition are compulsory.
· Full sleeve jacket made of thick cord compulsory.
· Riding suits are recommended.
6.8.3 Each rider shall be given 1 pit passes per bike entered
Photographs for the pit crew should be presented at the time of
documentation.
Article 7 Administrative Checks, Briefing Meeting & Scrutiny
7.1 The Entrant should produce original copies (photocopies are to be attached along
with the entry form) of the following for inspection at the time of submitting the
vehicle for scrutiny and administrative checks
· Special race / rally insurance cover- Valid for event dates
Recommended
· Valid Driving license Compulsory
· Authority letter from owner of the bike if the rider is not the owner of the
bike used in the Drag Compulsory
· Valid FMSCI Full Competition license for Racing / Drag or 2W one
event license for Groups A/B/C Compulsory
· High Risk personal Accident Insurance (Min. Rs.2,00,000/-) valid for
23/24th May 2009 Recommended
· Copy of license to be handed over at the time of entry Compulsory
· 2 Passport size photographs per entry of the competitor – Compulsory
· Copy of Registration book to be handed over at the time of entry -
Compulsory
· 1 Passport size photograph of Pit Mechanic for ID Compulsory
· Indemnity letter duly signed. Compulsory
· For foreign bikes the R/C book / legal import documents of the
same will be checked.
Competitors are required to carry all the above original documents throughout
during the event. The administrative checks of these documents have to be
completed, within the time specified, as per schedule to be eligible.
7.2 Briefing Meeting
Date, Time & Venue. As per program schedule. An attendance register
will be maintained at the briefing and it is the responsibility of the
competitors to sign this register. Non-attendance at the briefing will be
reported to the Stewards of the meet and may entail a penalty of
Rs.2,000 and non-payment of the penalty will lead to Exclusion
without any refund of entry fees.
7.3 Pre Event Vehicle Scrutiny
The rider himself/herself must be present with any bike taking part in the
event to Scrutinizing, at Pandav Marg, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai on time.
Competitors reporting later than their schedule will be penalized by
Rs.100/- per minute later than their slot up to maximum of 30 minutes
lateness allowed.
7.4 Each bike must carry the competition number and the advertising stickers
provided by the Organizers. The details of where to put the advertising
stickers and the competition number will be given at the briefing meeting.
The competitors are allowed to carry any other kind of advertisements on
their bike provided that: (a) it is authorized by the National laws and FMSCI
regulations (b) it is not likely to cause any offence (c) it is not political or
religious in nature (d) it does not encroach upon the space reserved for
plates, competition number and organizers stickers (e) it does not interfere
with rider vision.
7.5 The top three bikes in category will be subject to post event scrutiny to
verify the cubic capacity of the bike if there are any protests and the cost of
the same will be born by the competitor.
ADVERTISING
7.7 The competitors are allowed to carry any other kind of advertisements on
their bike provided that:
· it is authorized by the National laws and FMSCI regulations
· it is not likely to cause any offence
· it is not political or religious in nature
· it does not encroach upon the space reserved for plates, competition
number and organizers stickers
· it does not interfere with riders vision.
Article 8 RUNNING OF EVENT
Format of Racing
STARTING LINE & STAGING PROCEDURES
The class that is to run will be announced, followed by the competition numbers of
each bike participating in that class. Competition numbers will be announced in
pairs in the order of racing precedence.
The first pair of bikes will be called to the starting line by their competition
numbers. When the first bike arrives at the starting line, the second bike has one
(1) minute to arrive and stage at the starting line. – Bikes that fail to stage at the
starting line within one minute may be immediately excluded.
There will be no choice of lane.
The run for all the bikes that have passed the pre-event scrutiny will start at
Pandav Marg, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai as per program schedule.
8.1 Starting lights will be used. The Starting Lights will be 3 Amber light
followed by a Green light for GO,
8.2 The bikes will be judged according to timings. Timing will be recorded by a
laser trigger. The timing will be recorded on the basis of elapsed time.
8.3 If a rider makes a false / jump-start, the RED light will come on and the
participant will be EXCLUDED from that particular run. If the lights fail,
there shall be a manual timing system for that entire class. For the classes
that have already been completed, the timing light time shall remain. There
shall be no Protest entertained on Jump Starts and Timings when the
Timing Equipment is used.
8.4 Only Riders along with their competing vehicles shall be allowed in the
starting area and for Line-Up. No other person shall be allowed into the
starting area. Any rider or his/her pit crew found in staging area during time
other than his/her run time may be excluded.
8.5 Once the vehicle has finished its run, the competitors have to go to the end
of the Track and return via the earmarked road for which the speed limit will
be 30Kms/hr. The competitors may have to wait to be escorted back by the
organizers on completion of that class.
8.6 Procedures and other details of the drag shall be informed to all
competitors at the Briefing Meeting.
8.7 The CLASS & CATEGORY Winners will be determined by the fastest
timings. All class/category-wining vehicles will be then taken to Parc Ferme
for post event scrutiny.
8.8 The bikes used for qualifying cannot be changed on the race day. If done
will entail exclusion.
Article 9 PENALTIES
9.1 False Start / Jump Start: A false start occurs when the vehicle moves
forward or backwards from the prescribed position before the Start signal.
The penalty for this is EXCLUSION. The Start Marshal’s decision will be
Final.
9.2 Refusal to obey officials of the meet- left to the discretion of the Steward.
9.3 Riding dangerously in restricted area - left to the discretion of the Steward.
9.4 Crossing of centre line – EXCLUSION
9.5 If a competitor arrives late for starting, he/she shall not be allowed to start.
9.6 Any rider found riding fast, rashly or negligently, or practicing or tuning their
bikes on the track may be EXCLUDED.
9.7 Any competitor who does not have his / her I.D. Tag shall not be allowed to
start.
9.8 There will be a speed limit on the return run of 30 KMPH. Any competitor
found breaking this speed limit MAY BE EXCLUDED
9.9 The Stewards of the meet may adjudicate on any matter not covered by
these regulations and impose penalties in accordance with the Code.
9.10 Burnouts and engine/vehicle testing are only permitted on the drag strip.
9.11 A racer found not conforming to these Supplementary regulations or by
refusing to make their vehicle available for inspection may be excluded
from the event.
9.12 Exclusion if a bike found over bored beyond its cubic capacity allowed in its
class.
9.13 The bikes used for qualifying cannot be changed on the race day. If done
will entail disqualification.
9.14 Winner’s vehicles from each class will be subject to a complete post event
scrutiny for which the owner will bear costs.
Article 10 RESULTS
10.1 Results will be posted on the official notice board after each race. Results
will be based only on the elapsed time. Any competitor having
reaction time more than 3 seconds will be excluded.
10.2 Results will also be displayed on screens after each race
10.3 Tie Breaker: In case of at tie, the competitor with the least reaction time
shall be declared the winner. Reaction time is the time taken by a
competitor to take off after the Green GO Light comes on. If the Tie is still
not resolved, the award/s will be divided amongst both the competitors.
10.4 If a bike is disqualified for technical or whatever reason, the bike placed
behind him will move up to take the position.
Article 11 Protest & Appeals
11.1 All protests shall be lodged to the Clerk of the Course within 30 minutes of
the race results being posted. The protest fee, as set by the FMSCI, is
Rs.2000 /- . For protest involving clearly defined part of a motorcycle an
additional fee of Rs.3000/- per part shall be levied. For protest involving the
entire motorcycle an additional fee of Rs.10000/- shall be levied.
11.2 The appeal fee, as set by the FMSCI, is Rs.80,000/- (Rs.40000/= with
intention to appeal & balance Rs.40000/= with grounds of appeal within 48
hours.)
11.3 Only the involved parties and race officials have access to the protest area.
11.4 The owner/rider and/or his/her race crew using their own equipment shall
perform the appropriate disassembly.
11.5 Should the owner/rider of a protested vehicle refuse to make the vehicle
available for inspection, or refuse to disassemble the appropriate
equipment, it will be classed as acknowledgement of the specified illegality
and is liable for exclusion from the event and / or any other penalty that
may be levied by the Stewards of the Meet.
12 Non-liability of and indemnity to the organizers
The organisers decline liability for any accident caused by or to any entrant or
driver or third party or to the competing vehicle either before or during the events.
The organisers also decline liability for breach of any law in which the competitor
may be involved in and each competitor shall decline to the duly authorised official
or to the organisers, in regards to any and all incidents from which liability may
arise and shall indemnify the organisers, sponsors, the FIM, FMSCI, Govt of
Maharashtra & Govt. of India in regards to all liabilities. The entrant and his
executors/administrators and legal representatives shall not have any claim
whatsoever on the organisers, sponsors, the FIM, FMSCI, Govt of Maharashtra &
Govt. of India, their officials, agents, representatives, employees, owners of the
grounds and all persons assisting them in the events either before or during the
event.
Each entrant and competitor will execute and deliver an indemnity, declaration
and undertaking as stated at the back of the entry form. Failure to do so will result
in the competitor not being allowed to start.
Entrant and Rider’s attention is particularly drawn to the fact that normal
insurance policies issued in India does not provide cover for motor sports.
Under the laws of India any accident out of which a claim may arise should be
reported to the nearest police station.
Under No circumstances will any Rider, Competitor, Marshal or official admit any
liability or sign any form or paper which may admit or indicate liability of the
organisers in any accident or incident which
Article 13 PRIZES & TROPHIES
INDIAN BIKES (For each Class M1, M2, M3, M4)
1st in Class: Trophy
2nd in Class: Trophy
3rd in Class: Trophy
Indian Open (For each Class N1, N2)
(Indian open category will have a cash prize of Rs. 25,000/- only given to the
first winner other than below prizes)
1st in Class: Trophy
2nd in Class: Trophy
3rd in Class: Trophy
Foreign Open (For each Class O1, O2)
1st in Class: Trophy
2nd in Class: Trophy
3rd in Class: Trophy
Best Tuner (Indian Bikes)
Trophy
This award goes to tuner whose bike clocks the quickest time of the day in the
Indian category.
ARTICLE 13 JUDGES OF FACT
All Marshals shall be judges of fact
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TRACK
Surface: Tarmac
Place : KHARGHAR, Navi Mumbai
Length of Track: 402.34 meters
Braking Distance: 400 meters
Barricading: Complete till end
Ambulances/doctor/paramedic at track: Trauma ambulance with
doctor/paramedic/medicines each at start and end of track.
Fire extinguishers: At Start, Finish and end of track.
Fire engine : At Start.
2 Entries and Entry Fees
2.1 Eligible Competitors
Any competitor who has the following documents is allowed to participate in this
event :
· Valid Driving license Compulsory
· Valid FMSCI Competition license – Minimum grade is an FMSCI Clubsport
License for Drag racing @ Rs.600/- OR a valid National Racing Driver /
Individual Entrant License @ Rs.3000/- Compulsory
· Authority letter from owner of the vehicle if the driver/rider is not the owner
of the vehicle used in the Drag Compulsory
· High Risk personal Accident Insurance (Min. Rs.2,00,000/-) valid for Event
dates. Recommended
· Race insurance cover for vehicle valid for event dates Recommended
· Copy of license to be handed over at the time of entry Compulsory
· 2 Passport size photographs per entry of the competitor – Compulsory
· Copy of Registration book to be handed over at the time of entry –
Compulsory
· 1 Passport size photograph of Pit Mechanic for ID Compulsory
· Indemnity letter duly signed. Compulsory
Under the laws of India, any accident out of which a claim may arise should be
reported to the nearest police station.
Under no circumstances will any competitor, crew member, Marshal or official admit
any liability or sign any form or paper which may admit or indicate liability of the
sponsors / or the organizers in any accident or incident which may arise.
Any indemnity and / or declaration as prescribed (on Rs.20 stamp paper, included
in entry fees) if signed by a person under the age of 18 years shall be counter
signed by that person’s parent or guardian whose full name and address shall be
given. Failure to do so will result in the competitor not being allowed to start.
All photographs / press material of and during this event shall be the sole property of
IARC.
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2.2 Entry Forms and Fees
i. STANDARD ENTRY FEES: Rs.3,000/- per class driven except Indian Open Class
which will be Rs.5000/- per class driven. An ADDITIONAL LATE ENTRY FEE of Rs
1,000/- will be charged for entries received within 48 hrs of the normal closing
date/time of entries mentioned in the Official Programme. (IARC members with no
dues unpaid as on date, taking part will be entitled for 10% discount on entry
fees).
ii. The fee for entry for each class may be paid by Demand Draft in favour of “Indian
Automotive Racing Club Ltd. (IARC Ltd.)” payable at Mumbai, or cash before the
closing date/time specified in the Official Programme.
iii. Participants must send the Official Entry Form duly completed, along with entry
fees as applicable, by the appropriate closing date to the secretariat at IARC, 41-43,
Liberty Bldg., Marine Lines, Mumbai-400020.
iv. The maximum number of entries for Cars shall be 250. Entries shall be accepted
on a “first come first served” basis.
v. Minimum number of entries for each class is 4. If insufficient entries are received
for a class, the class may be cancelled or merged with the next higher class.
vi. Entry forms, which are not complete, except as permitted by these regulations or
which are not accompanied with the appropriate fee, may be rejected.
vii. All completed entries must reach the organiser before the closing date and time,
failing which they may be deemed null and void.
viii By the very fact of signing the entry form, the entrant as well as the driver submit
and bind themselves to resort to the International Sporting Code of the FIA, the NCR
of the FMSCI and these supplementary regulations.
ix. An entry form that contains false and / or incorrect statements shall be deemed
null and void, the entry fee may be forfeited and the entrant/driver excluded from the
meet.
x. Each participant shall be given 1 mechanic’s pass per car entered. Photographs
for the pit crew should be presented at the time of documentation; failure to do so will
result in pit crew being denied entry into the paddock.
xi Entry fees or part thereof will be refunded by Promoters, only in the following
circumstances:
· If the entry is not accepted
· If a reserve entry is finally not accepted
· If the Event is cancelled
· If the Event is postponed
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3. ADMINISTRATIVE CHECKS & DOCUMENT VERIFICATION
3.1 The Entrant should produce original copies (photocopies are to be sent along
with the entry form) of the following for inspection at the time of submitting the
vehicle for scrutiny and administrative checks:
· Special race / rally insurance cover - Recommended
· High Risk personal Accident Insurance (Min. Rs.2,00,000/-) valid for Event
dates - Recommended
· Driving license - COMPULSORY
· FMSCI Competition license - COMPULSORY
· Copy of license to be handed over at the time of entry - COMPULSORY
· 2 Passport size photographs of the competitor – COMPULSORY
· Copy of Registration book to be handed over at the time of entry –
COMPULSORY
· Authority letter from the owner if the driver is not the owner of the car.-
COMPULSORY
· Indemnity letter duly signed. COMPULSORY
· 1 passport size photograph of Pit Mechanic.
3.2 All the above documents shall be valid for both the days of the event.
Competitors are required to carry all the above documents throughout the event.
3.3 The administrative checks of these documents have to be completed, within the
specified time as per program schedule, to be eligible.
4. General undertaking
All Drivers and Entrants participating in the event undertake, on behalf of
themselves, their employees and agents, to observe all the provisions of the
International Sporting Code (the Code), the NCR of the FMSCI applicable and these
Supplementary Regulations.
Entrants, Drivers, assistants and guests must at all times wear the appropriate
identification credentials that have been handed to them by the Organisers.
5. Non-liability of and indemnity to the organizers
The organisers decline liability for any accident caused by or to any entrant or driver
or third party or to the competing vehicle either before or during the events. The
organisers also decline liability for breach of any law in which the competitor may be
involved in and each competitor shall decline to the duly authorised official or to the
organisers, in regards to any and all incidents from which liability may arise and shall
indemnify the organisers, sponsors, FIA, FMSCI / IARC, State Govt of Maharashtra
& Govt. of India in regards to all liabilities. The entrant and his
executors/administrators and legal representatives shall not have any claim
whatsoever on the organisers, sponsors, FIA, FMSCI / IARC, State Govt of
Maharashtra & Govt. of India, their officials, agents, representatives, employees,
owners of the grounds and all persons assisting them in the events either before or
during the event.
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Each entrant and competitor will execute and deliver an indemnity, declaration and
undertaking as stated at the back of the entry form on Rs. 20 Stamp paper. Failure
to do so will result in the competitor not being allowed to start.
Entrant and Driver’s attention is particularly drawn to the fact that normal insurance
policies issued in India does not provide cover for motor sports.
Under the laws of India any accident out of which a claim may arise should be
reported to the nearest police station. Under No circumstances will any Driver,
Competitor, Marshal or official admit any liability or sign any form or paper which
may admit or indicate liability of the organisers in any accident or incident.
6. Drivers Briefing
Date, Time & Venue. As per program schedule. An attendance register will be
maintained at the briefing and it is the responsibility of the competitors to sign this
register. Non-attendance at the briefing will be reported to the Stewards of the
meet and may entail a penalty of Rs.3,000 and non-payment of the penalty will
lead to Exclusion without any refund of entry fees.
7. Pre-event Scrutineering
Any car taking part in the event must be presented by the driver himself/herself to
Scrutineering, at a time and venue noted in the official programme. Competitors
reporting later than their schedule will be penalized by Rs.100/- per minute later than
their slot up to maximum of 15 minutes lateness allowed.
Each Car must carry the competition number and the advertising stickers provided
by the Organisers when it reports for Scrutinee. The details of where to put the
advertising stickers and the competition number will be given on date and time noted
in the official programme of each round.
All drivers must comply with the minimum following regulations:
· Minimum ISI standard Helmet - Compulsory
· Long pants/Jeans - Compulsory
· Shoes - Compulsory
· Driving gloves - Compulsory
It is also recommended that all drivers use:
· Fire resistant clothing
7A Post-event Scrutineering
The top three winning cars in each category will be subject to post event scrutiny and
the cost for the same will be born by the competitor. Other finishers will be held in
parc fermé and can only leave with the approval of the COC. The participants must
remain present with their own mechanic till the completion of post event Scrutiny.
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8. Advertising
The competitors are allowed to carry any other kind of advertisements on their car
provided that:
(a) it is authorized by the National laws and FMSCI regulations
(b) it is not likely to cause any offense
(c) it is not political or religious in nature
(d) it does not encroach upon the space reserved for plates, competition number
and organizers/compulsory stickers
(e) it does not interfere with driver vision.
9. ELIGIBLE CLASSES AND CATEGORIES AND TECHNICAL REGULATIONS
A participant can take part in as many classes as he/she wants; however this should
be in different cars, unless specifically mentioned in these regulations.
9.1 Indian Classes: (A)
Indian cars are classified as cars that have been homologated with the ARAI as of
31st December 2010.
No car with a foreign Engine will be allowed to take part in the Indian Cars Category.
A vehicle may enter only one of the following categories. Max 2 drivers per car are
allowed.
Indian Classes : (Street - Stock)
Any car running with factory turbo or supercharger will have a cubic capacity
multiplication factor of 1.4 in the respective category (e.g. Skoda RS 1.4 x 1800 cc).
No modification allowed except that Air filter is free and the Exhaust beyond
header is free.
A1 Indian Cars up to 1150 cc
A2 Indian Cars from 1151 to 1450 cc
A3 Indian Cars from 1451 to 1650 cc
A4 Indian Cars from 1651 to 2050 cc
A5 Indian Cars above 2051 cc
Indian Classes : (Pro - Stock) (B)
B1 Indian Cars up to 1150 cc
B2 Indian Cars from 1151 to 1450 cc
B3 Indian Cars from 1451 to 1650 cc
B4 Indian Cars from 1651 to 2050 cc
B5 Indian Cars above 2051 cc
Zen with up to 1400 CC engine : (C)
Zen with up to 1600 CC engine : (D)
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Indian Classes : (Forced Induction / Nitrous Classes) (E)
A vehicle may enter only one of the following categories and the Indian Open
category. Only 1 driver per car is allowed. Nitrous, supercharging, turbo charging
of cars allowed in any combination.
E1 Indian Cars from 1101 to 1400 cc
E2 Indian Cars from 1401 to 1600 cc
E3 Indian Cars from 1601 to 2000 cc
E4 Indian Cars above 2001 cc
Indian Cars with FOREIGN ENGINE : ( F)
Car in this category cannot run in Indian Open but can take part in foreign open and
unrestricted.
Indian Open : (G)
Production Indian car body with Indian engines (head, block & gearbox casing). 2
drivers per car are allowed. There will be a knockout format for this round only where
the top 6 drivers will compete for the no.1 position. There will be only one winner in
this category who will receive a cash prize of Rs.50,000/- from Promoters.
9.2 Classifications for Foreign cars
A vehicle may enter only one of the following categories and the unrestricted
category. No car with an Indian Engine will be allowed to take part in the Foreign
Cars Category.
Foreign Cars : (Street - Stock) (H)
Any car running with factory turbo or supercharger will have a cubic capacity
multiplication factor of 1.4/1.6 for turbo/supercharger in the respective category (e.g.
Mitsubishi Evo 1.4 x 2000 cc). Max 2 drivers are allowed per car. No modification
allowed except that Air filter is free and the Exhaust beyond header is free.
H1 Foreign Cars up to 2000 cc
H2 Foreign Cars from 2001 to 3000 cc
H3 Foreign Cars from 3001 to 4000 cc
H4 Foreign Cars above 4001 cc
Foreign Cars : (Pro - Stock) (I)
Pro stock or Aftermarket Forced Induction / Nitrous Classes – Max 2 drivers per car
are allowed. Nitrous, supercharging, turbo charging of cars allowed in any
combination.
I1 Foreign Cars up to 2000 cc
I2 Foreign Cars from 2001 to 3000 cc
I3 Foreign Cars from 3001 to 4000 cc
I4 Foreign Cars from above 4001 cc
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9.3 Unrestricted Class. (J)
This class is open to all Indian cars with foreign engines, foreign cars and Specials,
single seater and non-production vehicles. Max 2 drivers per car are allowed.
9.4 Diesel Open : (K)
This class is open to all Diesel Engine Indian/Foreign cars as below. No
multiplication is factor applicable - unrestricted. Max 2 drivers per car are allowed.
K1 Diesel Cars upto 1800 cc
K2 Diesel Cars from 1801 to 3000 cc
K3 Diesel Cars above 3001 cc
9.5 Supercar Faceoff
This is a special category wherein the winning car (only first car) of categories E3,
E4, F and G will be pitted against the winning car (only first car) of categories H1,
H2, H3, H4 and I randomly. There will be no entry fees for this run. In case if the first
winning car of any category does not participate, the organizers have the discretion
to pick the second winner in that category.
9.6 Modifications allowed for Indian/Foreign Street-Stock cars
The air filter and the exhaust beyond the header is free.
9.7 Modifications allowed for Pro-stock classes & Forced Induction classes
i. Engine head, block and gearbox casing have to be as supplied by the
manufacturer.
ii. Over boring of the engines is allowed as long as they do not exceed the CC limit
in which the car is entered. For e.g. car entered in upto - 1100CC cannot be over
bored beyond 1100CC.
iii. Internal parts of the engine head, block and gearbox are free.
iv. Axles, suspension and mounting points, brakes, and rims are free.
v. Tyres are free, but must be street legal. Slick tyres and “Race only” tyres are
allowed.
vi. Interior trims and lightening of vehicle free. However removal of OE flooring,
firewalls, doors, bumpers, front & rear windscreens and windows is not permitted.
Windows must be closed during races, need not be operable. Lightened parts
must follow the original contours of the vehicle.
vii. Non-OE body kits/wings/spoilers may be permitted provided they are securely
mounted.
viii. Seats must be properly braced, framed and supported. Seats constructed of
aluminum, composite material, double layer poly or fiberglass (automotive
accessory seats) permitted.
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9.8 Modifications allowed for Open & Unrestricted classes
i. Only one internal-combustion reciprocating automotive-type.
All non-production open cars must have a roll cage conforming to the FIA
standards as prescribed in Appendix J of the Code, and minimum four-point
harness.
ii. If a vehicle has no doors, then a roll cage is compulsory.
iii. The vehicle must have a firewall between the engine and the driver as well as a
firewall between the fuel tank and the driver
iv. Seat must be properly braced, framed and supported seats constructed of
aluminum, composite material, double layer poly or fiberglass (automotive
accessory seats) permitted.
v. The Chief Scrutineer may recommend the exclusion of any vehicle that he deems
it unsafe or a danger to others.
9.9 Supercharging/ turbo charging:
Definition: Increasing the weight of the charge of the fuel-air mixture in the
combustion chamber (over the weight induced by normal atmospheric pressure, ram
effect and dynamic effects in the intake and/or exhaust systems) by any means
whatsoever. Injection of fuel under pressure is not considered to be supercharging.
In case of turbo charging/supercharging in Pro-stock classes, the nominal cylindercapacity
will be multiplied by 1.4/1.6 for petrol engines and by 1.5 for diesel engine,
and the car will pass into the class corresponding to the fictive volume thus obtained.
The car will be treated in all respects as if its cylinder capacity thus increased were
its real capacity.
This multiplication factor will not be applicable for the Forced induction classes.
9.10 Fuel: No restriction on type of fuel used.
9.11 Nitrous Oxide: Commercially available Nitrous Oxide is permitted on all
vehicles. However, bottles must be securely and permanently mounted and stamped
with a DOT 1800 pound rating. Bottle to solenoid hoses must be high-pressure
braded steel type. No Plastic bottles allowed.
9.12 Any liquid leak will prevent cars from being permitted to stage or race.
9.13 Any modification on the car should not protrude outside the bodyline of
the car. ( e.g. Air filter/intercooler outside/front of the bonnet.) All cars must
have front/rear bumpers and fenders.
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10. RUNNING OF EVENT
10.1 Starting Line & Staging Procedures
The class that is to run will be announced on the PA system or displayed on LED
screens, followed by the competition numbers of each car participating in that class.
Competition numbers will be announced in pairs in the order of racing precedence.
However, it is the duty of the entrant drivers to be present in holding area at
least 20 min before the scheduled start of their category as given in the
program schedule as announcement/display of category/class is just to
facilitate the smooth flow of the event. From the holding area, cars will be
called in pairs to the start line as per their competition numbers. When the first
car arrives at the starting line, the second car has one (1) minute to arrive and stage
at the starting line. Cars that fail to stage at the starting line within one minute may
be immediately disqualified.
10.2 There will be no choice of lane. Any competitor found not listening to the start
line marshal or any other official at the start, may be excluded immediately.
10.3 The Starting Lights will be 3 Amber lights followed by a Green light for GO.
10.4 The cars will be judged according to timings. A laser trigger will record timing.
The timing will be recorded on the basis of elapsed time.
10.5 If a driver makes a false / jump-start, the RED light will come on and the
participant may be EXCLUDED from that particular run. If the lights fail, there shall
be a manual timing system for that entire class. For the classes that have already
been completed, the timing light time shall remain.
10.6 Once the vehicle has finished its run, the competitors have to go to the end of
the Track and return via the earmarked road for which the speed limit will be
30Kms/hr, OR, in the absence of a return road, the competitors will have to wait in
the designated area to be escorted back by the organizers on completion of that
class.
10.7 The procedures and other details of the drag shall be informed to all
competitors at the Briefing Meeting.
10.8 The CLASS & CATEGORY Winners will be determined by the fastest timings.
All class/category-wining vehicles will be then taken to Parc Ferme for post event
scrutiny.
11. PENALTIES
11.1 False Start / Jump Start: A false start occurs when the vehicle moves forward or
backwards from the prescribed position before the Start signal. The penalty for
this is EXCLUSION. The Start Marshal’s decision will be Final.
11.2 Refusal to obey officials of the meet will result in EXCLUSION.
11.3 Driving dangerously in restricted area will result in EXCLUSION.
11.4 Crossing of center line will result in EXCLUSION
11.5 If a competitor arrives late for staging, he/she may not be allowed to start.
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11.6 Any driver found driving fast, rashly or negligently, or practicing or tuning their
cars on the track, shall be EXCLUDED.
11.7 Any competitor who does not have his / her I.D. Tag shall not be allowed to
start.
11.8 There will be a speed limit on the return run of 30 KMPH. Any competitor found
breaking this speed limit MAY BE EXCLUDED
11.9 The Stewards of the meet may adjudicate on any matter not covered by these
regulations and impose penalties in accordance with the Code.
11.10 Burnouts are only permitted on the drag strip in the designated area.
11.11 A participant found not conforming to these Supplementary regulations or
refusing to make their vehicle available for inspection will be excluded from the
event.
11.12 Any car found over bored beyond the cubic capacity allowed in its class will be
excluded.
12. RESULTS
12.1 Results will be posted on the official notice board after each class finishes.
Results will be based only on the elapsed time. Any competitor having reaction
time more than 3 seconds will be excluded.
12.2 Results may also be displayed on screens after each race.
12.3 Tie Breaker: In case of a tie, the competitor with the least reaction time shall be
declared the winner. Reaction time is the time taken by a competitor to cross the
start line after the Green GO Light comes on. If the Tie is still not resolved, the
award/s will be divided amongst both the competitors.
12.4 If a car is excluded for technical or any other reason, the car placed behind him
will move up to take the position.
13. PROTEST & APPEALS
13.1 All protests shall be lodged to the Clerk of the Course within 30 minutes of the
provisional results being posted. The protest fee, as set by the FMSCI, is Rs.5,000/-.
13.2 The protest must be in writing and submitted to the COC, or in his absence, the
Stewards of the meet, along with the protest fee.
13.3 Protests must state the specifics of the offence alleged and the relief sought.
Vague, oral or other frivolous complaints will not be entertained
13.4 If the protest requires the dismantling and the re-assembly of different parts of a
car the claimant must pay an additional deposit of Rs.6000/-
13.5 The expenses incurred by the work and for the transport of the car shall be
borne by the claimant if the protest is unfounded, or by the competitor against whom
the protest is lodged if it is upheld.
13.6 If the protest is unfounded, and if the expenses incurred by the protest
(Scrutineering, transport, etc.) are higher than the amount of the deposit, the
difference shall be borne by the claimant. Conversely, if the expenses are less, the
difference shall be returned to them.
13.7 Should the owner/driver of a protested vehicle refuse to make the vehicle
available for inspection, or refuse to disassemble the appropriate equipment, it will
be classed as acknowledgement of the specified illegality.
13.8 The Appeal procedure will be as per the FMSCI’s NCR. The appeal is Rs. 80,000/-
with Rs.40,000/- to be paid along with intention to appeal and the balance amount
with grounds of appeal within 48 hours.
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15. PRIZES & TROPHIES
Indian Cars:
For Each category/Class (Street stock, Pro-stock- A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, B1, B2,
B3, B4, B5, C and D) there will be prizes as per below :
1st in Class: Trophy
2nd in Class: Trophy
3rd in Class: Trophy
For each category/class FI/N and ICFE (E1, E2, E3, E4 and F) :
1st in Class: Trophy
2nd in Class: Trophy
3rd in Class: Trophy
Indian Open (G) : (Indian cars open category will have a Rs.50,000/- Cash prize for the first
winner other than below prizes)
1st in Class: Trophy
2nd in Class: Trophy
3rd in Class: Trophy
Best Tuner (Indian Cars): Trophy
This award goes to the tuner whose car clocks the quickest time of the day in the
Indian category.
Foreign Cars:
For Each category/Class (Street stock, Pro-stock- H1, H2, H3, H4, I1, I2, I3 and
I4) there will be prizes as per below :
Unrestricted Class & Diesel Open (J, K1, K2 and K3) :
1st in Class: Trophy
2nd in Class: Trophy
3rd in Class: Trophy
Supercar Faceoff:
1st in Class: Trophy
2nd in Class: Trophy
3rd in Class: Trophy
Fastest time of the day : Trophy
Best Tuner of the day (Foreign Cars) :Trophy
This award goes to the tuner whose car clocks the quickest time of the day for foreign car.
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Indian Automotive Racing Club Ltd.
Indemnity Form For All Participants
(On Rs. 20 Stamp paper)
I, the undersigned……………………………………………………………..hereby make an application to participate
in the “Speedway 2011” and certify that the particulars of my vehicle as stated in the application forms are correct
and further that I have read the Regulations issued by the Organizers for the even. I DO AGREE TO BE BOUND
by these regulations.
DECLARATION
I/We have read the Regulations issued for this event and agree to abide by them in consideration of the
acceptance of the entry of this vehicle. I agree to save harmless and keep indemnified the State Government of
Maharashtra, the government of India, the FMSCI, the FIA, the organisers IARC, the promoters, the sponsors
and their officials, agents, representatives, employees and all persons assisting in this event and all owners and
tenants of private property traversed from and against all actions, claims, costs, expenses and demands in
respect of death, injury to myself or any other persons or loss or damage to any property including the vehicle
concerned in this event or otherwise howsoever and notwithstanding that the same may have been contributed to
or occasioned by the negligence of the organisers and their officials, agents, representatives, employees and all
persons assisting them in this event. The indemnity shall be binding on my heirs, executors, administrators and
legal representatives.
I/We agree and undertake not to agitate, litigate or seek a decision of a court of law on any matter or question
concerning or relating to the drag coming from the submission of the entry form up to the conclusion of the
declaration and distribution of prizes. I also renounce and relinquish my rights, if any, to have recourse to any
arbitrator, tribunal not provided for in these Regulations.
Finally, I/We, hereby, acknowledge that I/We am/are conversant with the risks and dangers of motor sport in
general and this event in particular, for which I, hereby, assume to be solely responsible. I/We, hereby, confirm
that as per Article No.8.2-f, I/We have my accident policy with hospitalisation and hence organisers are not
responsible.
Place:……………………………. Date:………………………………
Signatures of the Entrants: Driver/Rider …………………………………… Contact No.: …………………………..
Full Name: Driver/Rider : ………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Address: Driver/Rider……………………………………………………………………………………………….……..
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………..
Name and Signature of Pit Mechanic :……………………………………………………………………………………
Important: In case a person signing this declaration is under 18 years of age, the person’s parents / guardian
(whose details must be provided below) shall countersign any indemnity and declaration as prescribed by the
paragraph above. Failure to do so will result the competitor not being allowed to start.
Signature of Guardian………………………………… Signature of Witness………………………………
Name…………………………………………………... Name……………………………..…………………
Address………………………………………………… Address……………………………………………..
………………………………………………………….. ………………………………..…………………….
………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………
Warning :
Motorsport can be dangerous. Despite organizers taking all possible precautions,
unavoidable accidents may happen. You are present at your own risk.
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Street Stock
Indian
Street Stock
Foreign
Pro Stock
Indian
Pro Stock FI
Indian/Foreign
Pro Stock
Foreign
Indian/Foreign
Open
Diesel
Open
Unrestricted Drag
Special
Seatbelts OE/4 Point FIA
Approved
Harness
OE/4 Point FIA
Approved
Harness
OE/4 Point FIA
Approved
Harness
OE/4 Point FIA
Approved
Harness
OE/4 Point FIA
Approved
Harness
OE/4 Point FIA
Approved
Harness
OE/4 Point
FIA
Approved
Harness
OE/4 Point
FIA Approved
Harness
4 Point
Harness
Seats OE/Competition
Fixed Back
OE/Competition
Fixed Back
OE/Competition
Fixed Back
OE/Competition
Fixed Back
OE/Competition
Fixed Back
OE/Competition
Fixed Back
OE/Competiti
on Fixed
Back
OE/Competitio
n Fixed Back
Fixed
Back
Wheel
Size/Material Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free
Tyres Street Legal Street Legal Free Free Free Free Free Free Free
Brakes
OE Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free
Head min 55W
/Tail Lights
2 Front/2 OE
Tail
2 Front/2 OE
Tail
2 Front/2 OE
Tail
2 Front/2 OE
Tail
2 Front/2 OE
Tail
2 Front/2 OE
Tail
2 Front/2 OE
Tail
2 Front/2 OE
Tail Free
Lightening of
Bodywork NA NA Fibre Rear doors/boot/bonnet/side windows-maintaining body contours and moulds Free
Interior Trim Removal of carpets/insulation/rear seats allowed Free Free Free Free
Intake OE (Air Filter
Free) Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free
Exhaust Free Beyond
Header Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free
ECU OE Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free
Fuel
Injection/carbs OE Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free
Engine OE OE Internals Free Internals Free Internals Free Free Free Free Free
Gearbox Ratios Free Ratios Free Internals Free Internals Free Internals Free Free Free Free Free
Suspension OE Mountings OE Mountings Stock
Mountings Stock Mountings Stock
Mountings Free Free Free Free
Turbo/Super
charger OE x1.4/1.6 (P) OE x1.4/1.6 (P) x 1.4/1.6 (P) x 1.4/1.6 (P) Free Free Free Free Free
Nitrous NA NA NA Free Free Free Free Free Free
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guys i dont understand what the confusion is. the event is on the 7/8th of may. final. please book accordingly. if u need any help with forms pls contact me directly.
we could not do the event in april due to the ipl. im sorry for the inconvienience
Even I am at a loss to understand what the confusion is! I asked what time, not what dates.

Bookings have to be made considering the latest I have to reach Bombay and the earliest I can leave. Now that you have posted the estimated time of the events here, I have some idea of what needs to be done. Thanks.

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The Event is now postponed to 7/8th of may
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these are all the forms and info you require
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File Type: pdf IARC Speedway Entry form.pdf (20.5 KB, 276 views)
File Type: pdf IARC Speedway 4W DRAG SR Final.pdf (193.1 KB, 177 views)
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Even I am at a loss to understand what the confusion is! I asked what time, not what dates.

Bookings have to be made considering the latest I have to reach Bombay and the earliest I can leave. Now that you have posted the estimated time of the events here, I have some idea of what needs to be done. Thanks.

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ook no more confusion i have uploaded the new time table etc.. dont wory abt the dates ..just look at the time.. dates will be 7/8th may
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So when do we need to come and drop off the forms? This even seems to be much more interesting and I think there will be alot more participants. Congratulations and Thank You for bringing back Drag Racing in Bombay.
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@AbhayShanu: The drag racing scene is definitely going to see new light and wait for some more surprises to come.

@Vivan: Congratulations bro for the success curve climb. Keep em flowing.


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Update: Entry Forms and Drag Schedules have been added to the first post
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Vivan, when is the last day to submit the forms?
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Any more BHPians attending?
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