KINDLY SPONSORED BY FAMOUS FOUR OF LOUTH AND TIM DRAY ENGINEERING
WE RETURN TO WICKENDBY AIRFIELD FOR THE MALACHI COMP SAFARI.
*AFTERNOON AND EVENING RUNS ON SAT 9TH NOVEMBER 2-4PM & 5:30-10:00PM)
AND DAY RUNS ON SUNDAY 10TH NOVEMBER 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
(*RESTART TIMES MAY CHANGE FOR NIGHT RUNS AT THE CLERK OF COURSE’S DISCRESSION)
THIS IS AN OPEN EVENT
WICKENBY AIRFIELD, NR. MARKET RASEN, LINCS LN3 5AX
ONSITE CAMPING IS AVAILABLE – TOILETS BUT NO WATER – PLEASE BRING PLENTY AND TAKE ALL RUBBISH HOME
PRE BOOKED INDIVIDUAL ENTRY – £50
PRE BOOKED TEAM OF THREE ENTRY – £132
INDIVIDUAL ENTRY ON THE DAY – £60
TEAM OF THREE ENTRY ON THE DAY – £150
ON LINE BOOKING
**PLEASE NOTE ALL PHOTOGRAPHERS MUST SIGN ON AND WEAR HIGH VIS PLEASE**
The meeting will be held under the General Regulations of the Motor Sports UK (incorporating the provisions of the International Sporting Code of the FIA), and supplementary regulations of the Association of Land Rover Clubs, Section G.2 to G.8 ALRC Green Book , the booking form and any final instructions issued by the organisers.
All competitors must present a Non-Race Clubmans (or above) Motorsport UK competition License.
Lincolnshire Land Rover Club will organise the permit for:
Date – 9/10 Nov 2019
Discipline – Comp Safari
C of C’s – To be advised
Venue – Wickenby Airfield
Entry Fee –
£50 individual pre paid £60 individual paid on the day
£132 team of 3 pre paid £150 team of 3 paid on the day
The status of the event will be ‘National B’.
The event is open to members of ALRC Clubs, Northern Off Road Club, All Wheel Drive Club, S&S ORC and East Midlands Off Road Club
Results from this meeting may be used to correlate league tables for club annual championship.
All drivers must produce a valid membership card and full driving licence. ALRC vehicles entered must have an ALRC logbook.
Schedule of the meeting. Entry opens on 1 Sept 2019. Entry closes 9am 8th Nov 2019.
Scrutineering opens at 10am Saturday .
The maximum number of entries for the event is 60, and in each class are 40, the class minimum is 2. If the minimum is not reached in any class the organisers may amalgamate as necessary.
Awards will be posted for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each class of 5 or more, smaller classes will be awarded Pro-rata.
All results will be displayed after correlation on the day of the event or as soon as is practicable thereafter. Any disputes must be brought to the attention of the Clerk of the Course, no later than half an hour after the posting of the results, after which time the results will become final. Any protest must be lodged in accordance with the MSA Blue Book 05.1.
No open block tread pattern tyres allowed i.e. tractor pattern, Maxicross and similar. The organisers reserve the right to exclude any tyre considered likely to cause undue damage to the ground.
Any repair work carried out to any vehicle on site must be done in a manner to ensure that no liquids or metallic parts are deposited on the ground. A suitable service sheet must be used and any waste liquids contained in suitable containers. All waste liquids must be disposed of correctly. Penalty for depositing waste on the ground: Exclusion. Where applicable any event sponsors stickers must be displayed. Penalty for failure to display as directed: Exclusion
A towrope suitable for the use it is to be put must be carried (no shackles, chain or wire rope).
Tow points do not need to be painted in a contrasting colour. Spare wheels do not have to be Carried.
Starting will be in the order that competitors arrive at the start line.
Competitors will be identified by numbers, which will not be supplied by the host club.
Marking and penalties will be described in the appropriate section of the MSA General Regulations. Competitors are strongly advised to walk the courses prior to the start of the competition.
Other officials are:
Chief Scrutineer: Frank Champion
Secretary of the Meeting: Sue Blackshaw
Chief Medical Officer: Chris Gwilliams
Timekeeper: Richard Blackshaw
Steward: Tim Gibson
Timing will be by digital clocks timed in seconds and the starting will be by traffic lights. The time interval between starts will be 30 seconds. In the interests of the safety of competitors, this interval may be increased, at the discretion of the Clerk of the Course or the Timekeeper, where the speed of a vehicle is a clearly greater than that of the vehicle which has gone before.
Running orders/seeding will be advised on the day at the final briefing, which all competitors must attend
An electronic tag may be fitted to each vehicle to aid identification. This must be returned to signing on when you finish competing and must not be removed or interfered with otherwise.
No practicing is allowed however an escorted reconnaissance of the course may be permitted at the discretion of the Clerk of Course.
Penalties may be awarded for wilfully cutting the course, striking tape or arrows and ignoring flag or the instructions of Marshals. Details of penalties will be given at drivers briefing. Penalties will by the awarded by the Clerk of the Course acting upon the advice of Marshals, who are deemed to be Judges of Fact.
Live recovery may take place at the discretion of the Clerk of the Course. Instructions will be given at drivers’ briefing. The maximum time allowed for self-recovery will be 3 minutes, after which time official recovery must be taken.
Competitors will be signalled by a yellow flag when live recovery is in operation. A competitor must follow marshals instructions to avoid the incident.
The maximum and minimum times per run and number of runs to count will advised at the drivers’ briefing. If a vehicle becomes stopped on course it is the driver’s responsibility to inform the marshal of the vehicle’s location and to alert other competitors to the hazard until a marshal takes over.
All competitors will be signed on and identified by a wrist band which will be checked prior to the start of each run. Rear red running lights must be fitted and must be used if advised by the Clerk of the Course.