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UNSEEDED ENTRY LIST
|Driver||Driver From||Navigator||Navigator From||Make/Model||Class|
|Bryan Carrig||Co. Limerick||Mike O'Flaherty||Co. Limerick||Mitsubishi Evo 9||20|
|Padraig Egan||Co. Clare||Brian Hassett||Co. Clare||Subaru Impreza N8||20|
|Tommy Cahill||Co. Galway||Enda O'Leary||Galway||Mitsubishi Evo||20|
|Maurice Meskell||Co. Limerick||Stephen Meskell||Co. Limerick||Ford Escort||18|
|PJ O'Dowd||Co. Kerry||John Young||Co. Kerry||Talbot Sunbeam||18|
|David Griffin||Co. Kerry||Marie Griffin||Co. Kerry||Toyota Corolla GT||17|
|Aaron Healy||Co. Kerry||Conor Murphy||Co. Kerry||Honda Civic||16|
|Daniel Chung||Co. Kerry||Dylan Doonan||Co. Cork||Honda Civic EK4||16|
|Grainne Caplis||Co. Tipperary||Tommy Cuddihy||Co. Kilkenny||Opel Corsa||16|
|Katie Quinn||Co. Kerry||Erik Honan||Co. Clare||Honda Civic||16|
|Padraig Cronin||Co. Kerry||Stephen Heelin||Co. Cork||Honda Civic||16|
|Anthony Breen||Co. Clare||Jill White||Co. Cork||Subaru Impreza||15|
|JF Shovelin||Co. Donegal||Emmet Brosnan||Co. Donegal||Subaru Impreza WRC||15|
|Diarmuid Keohane||Co. Cork||Peter Keohane||Co. Cork||TBA TBA||14|
|ED O'Callaghan||Co. Limerick||Keith McCarthy||Co. Kerry||Ford Escort Mk2||14|
|Ed Synan||Co. Limerick||Denis O'Connell||Co. Kerry||Ford Escort Mk2||14|
|Eoin Duffin||Co. Kerry||Brenda Duffin||Co. Kerry||Ford Escort Mk2||14|
|Frank Rafferty||Galway||Denny Greaney||Co. Kerry||Ford Sierra Cosworth RS||14|
|Mike Quinn||Co. Kerry||Tony Healy||Co. Kerry||Ford Escort||14|
|Stuart Darcy||Co. Donegal||Paddy McCrudden||Co. Donegal||Darrian T90||14|
|Barry Pat||Co. Kerry||Tydings Kevin||Ford Escort||13|
|Frank Sweeney||Co. Limerick||Jane Cogan||Co. Clare||Peugeot 205 RWD||13|
|Ger O'Brien||Co. Kerry||John Liston||Co. Kerry||Ford Escort Mk2||13|
|Ken Lyons||Co. Limerick||Paddy McDonnell||Co. Limerick||Ford Escort Mk2||13|
|Paudie Casey||Co. Kerry||Kennelly Timmy||Co. Kerry||Toyota Corolla RWD||13|
|Sean Moran||Co. Limerick||Jonathan Keane||Co. Limerick||Ford Escort||13|
|Stephen Bawn||Co. Limerick||Lara Hegarty||Ford Escort||13|
|Tim Enright||Co. Kerry||Darina Joyce||Co. Galway||Ford Escort||13|
|Tom Relihan||Co. Kerry||Maurice McElligott||Co. Kerry||Ford Escort Mk1||13|
|Maurice Browne||Co. Kerry||James Browne||Co. Kerry||Ford Escort Mk2||12|
|Michael McDaid||Northern Ireland||Jordan Murphy||Co. Donegal||Ford Escort||12|
|Mike Kenny||Co. Kerry||Gene Stack||Co. Kerry||Ford Escort Mk2||12|
|Mike Walsh||Co. Limerick||Cathal Nolan||Co. Clare||Ford Escort Mk2||12|
|Sean Enright||Co. Kerry||Conor Walsh||Ford Escort Mk2||12|
|Anthony Hand||Co. Monaghan||Peter Deery||Co. Monaghan||Ford Escort||11R|
|David Murphy||Co. Limerick||John Doody||Co. Cork||Toyota Corolla Twincam||11R|
|Eddie Kennelly||Co. Kerry||Timmy Murphy||Co. Kerry||Ford Escort||11R|
|James Kissane||Co. Kerry||Tim Kissane||Co. Kerry||Ford Escort Mk2||11R|
|Jason Costello||Co. Kerry||Megan Costello||Co. Kerry||Ford Escort||11R|
|Kenneth Ryan||Co. Limerick||Garry Carroll||Co. Limerick||Ford Escort||11R|
|Kevin O'Sullivan||Co. Kerry||Sean Nolan||Co. Kerry||Ford Escort||11R|
|Mike Dineen||Co. Cork||Darren Cremin||Co. Cork||Toyota Corolla Twincam||11R|
|Mike Neligan||Co. Kerry||Colin Neligan||Co. Kerry||Toyota Corolla||11R|
|Ciaran Phelan||Co. Leitrim||Aine Phelan||Co. Leitrim||Honda Civic||11F|
|Conor Mullen||Co. Clare||Stephen Moloney||Co. Clare||Peugeot 106 GTi||11F|
|Darren Young||Co. Kerry||Sean Walsh||Co. Kerry||Honda Civic||11F|
|Declan O'Regan||Co. Clare||Larry O'Halloran||Co. Clare||Honda Civic Vtec||11F|
|Derek Butler||Co. Cork||Aaron O'Regan||Co. Cork||Honda Civic||11F|
|Fergal Keane||Co. Clare||Mairead Duane||Co. Cork||Honda Civic||11F|
|Kevin Casey||Co. Cork||Paul Sexton||Co. Cork||Peugeot 206||11F|
|Mike Dolan||Co. Galway||Ann Hutchinson||Co. Laois||Honda Civic||11F|
|Patrick Slattery||Co. Kerry||Chris Campbell||Co. Kerry||Honda Civic||11F|
|Steven O'Connor||Co. Kerry||Adrian O'Connor||Honda Civic||11F|
|Aarron Watters||Co. Wexford||Paddy Carroll||Co. Wexford||Opel Corsa GSi||10|
|Shane Griffin||Co. Limerick||Ian Madigan||Co. Limerick||Peugeot 205 GTi||10|
|Anthony Keating||Co. Cork||Kevin Enright||Co. Cork||Ford Escort G4||9|
|David Dee||Co. Limerick||Rita Dee||Co. Limerick||Austin Mini Cooper||9|
|Derry Collins||Co. Cork||Declan Casey||Vauxhall Nova||9|
|Keith Naughton||Co. Clare||Lisa Stack||Peugeot 106 Rallye||9|
|Pat Ryan||Co. Limerick||Jack Dalton||Co. Limerick||Ford Escort Mk2||9|
|Stephen McCann||Co. Cavan||Kaine Treanor||Co. Monaghan||Ford Fiesta S2000||5|
|Brian O'Keeffe||Co. Waterford||Sean Hayde||Co. Cork||Mitsubishi Evo 9||4|
|Daniel Cronin||Co. Cork||Shane Buckley||Co. Kerry||Mitsubishi Evo 10||4|
|Shane Maguire||Co. Monaghan||Donal Balfe||Limerick||Mitsubishi Evo 9||4|
|Nick Barnett||UK||Martin Brady||Co. Galway||Honda Civic Type R||3|
|Paul Manton||Co. Tipperary||Adam Coffey||Co. Tipperary||Citroen DS3 R3||3|
|Ronan Denning||Co. Mayo||Karl Egan||Co. Mayo||Citroen C2 R2||2|
|Desmond Roche||Co. Limerick||Danial Brown||Co. Limerick||Honda Civic||1|
|Garry Kelly||Co. Cork||TBA||Honda Civic||1|
|Ger Lyons||Co. Limerick||James Lowry||Honda Civic Vtec||1|
|Ger Power||Co. Wexford||The Rat||Co. Wexford||Vauxhall Nova||1|
|Jakes Kelly||Co. Kerry||Sean Moriarty||UK||Subaru Impreza N12B||1|
|Patrick Naughton||Co. Limerick||John Cahill||Honda Civic EK4||1|
Kerry Winter Stages Rally 2017
Organised & Promoted by Kerry Motor Club Ltd.
- Banna Beach Hotel & Resort Mini Stages Rally is promoted and organised by K.M.C. (hereinafter called the promoters), and will cover a route of No more than 90 stage kms.
- These Regulations have been submitted to and approved by Motorsport Ireland and the necessary permit for the holding of the Competition has been granted. MI PERMIT NUMBER: 17/174
- The event is a qualifying round of the Top Part West Coast rally championship
The Competition will be held under the International Sporting Code of the F.I.A. and the General Competition Rules of Motorsport Ireland and these supplementary regulations including Appendixes 25, 29 & 29.1 (Standard Regulations for all Stage Rallies) of the Current Year Book All Competitors who forward completed Entry Forms agree to be bound by the rules.[vc_separator type=’full_width’ position=’center’ color=’#ebebeb’ thickness=’1′ up=’40’ down=’40’]
- The Supplementary Regulations for the Rally are stated by the Motorsport Ireland Regulations and Definitions 2017 year Book. Copies of the book can be obtained from Motorsport Ireland, 34 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
- Final Instructions will form an integral part of the Supplementary Regulations.
- Entries open on publication of the Supplementary Regulations.
- All entries must be made on the official entry form, and posted with entry fee to:
26 Casement View,
Mobile: 0873165286 (Calls after 6.30pm only.)
Email : email@example.com
The Entry Fee for the event is €411 plus €188 Insurance Levy which includes Personal Accident Insurance and Standard IRDS/BRDS Insurance. Cheques may only be post-dated to 1st of November 2017. Cheques should be made payable to Kerry Motor Club.
- The Club reserves the right to refuse an entry without assigning a reason.
- All withdrawal of Entries must be by 10th November 2017
The Promoters reserve the right to postpone, cancel, or abandon the event or any part thereof.[vc_separator type=’full_width’ position=’center’ color=’#ebebeb’ thickness=’1′ up=’40’ down=’40’]
There will be Secure Parc Ferme in operation on Saturday 11th of November 2017 located in Banna. As cars pass mechanical scrutiny they will automatically be sent into Parc Ferme. A starters list will be derived from cars presented at Parc Ferme.[vc_separator type=’full_width’ position=’center’ color=’#ebebeb’ thickness=’1′ up=’40’ down=’40’]
The official Notice Board will be situated in the Rally Office will be in operation from 09:00 hrs on Sat 11th November 2017 until 30 minutes after the event prize giving. Prior to the event www.kerrymotorclub.com and www.rally.ie will be updated with information on the rally.[vc_separator type=’full_width’ position=’center’ color=’#ebebeb’ thickness=’1′ up=’40’ down=’40’]
Article 6 – RECONNAISSANCE / PACE NOTE MAKING
Pace notes will be allowed on the event and competitors will be allowed to make notes on Saturday, November 11th, 2017 between 09:30hrs and 16:00hrs.
Competitors must sign on at rally headquarters between 9:00 hrs and 12:30 hrs.
Pace notes will be available for sale by Third Parties. The club has no involvement in their preparation and accepts no responsibility or liability for their accuracy or otherwise.
You will be supplied with reconnaissance identification stickers, which must be placed on the front windscreen when you are commencing your recce/pace note making, where it is clearly visible. “Judges of Fact” will patrol the Stages.
Speeding and dangerous driving will be reported to event officials. Respect for residents is essential for the safe running of this event.
Your attention is drawn to Appendix “29”, Regulation 4.6.1 &; 4.6.2 The decision of a “Judge of Fact” will be final. Judges of Fact may ask to sign your Road Book. A list of “Judges of Fact” will be posted on the Official Rally Notice Board.
Your attention is also drawn to appendix “29”, Regulation 4.8.1 to 4.8.4 referring to a competitor found on a Stage outside of the “Recce” period, also refer to 4.9 – 4.10. Reports of breaches of this regulation will be submitted to Motorsport Ireland who may convene a Tribunal of inquiry. Cameras may be in position before the event.
The maximum speed allowed on a Stage during recce is 60 k.p.h. unless a lower limit is indicated by a traffic sign or a written instruction issued by the Organisers. Traversing the Stage in the wrong direction is expressly forbidden and carries a 5-minute penalty. If you are not sure of being clear of any stage by 16:00 you should not start the Stage. The number of runs or part thereof you will be allowed over the Stages is 3 (three) – Penalty for exceeding 3 runs is EXCLUSION.[vc_separator type=’full_width’ position=’center’ color=’#ebebeb’ thickness=’1′ up=’40’ down=’40’]
Article 7 – ENTRY CRITERIA
Entries are confined to 131. In the event of more than 131 entries being received priority will be given as follows:[ordered_list]
- As per Appendix “29” Article 2.6, Motorsport Ireland 2017 Year Book.
Article 8 – SERVICE
There will be a designated Service Area. Outside of this Service Area, support/Service is expressly FORBIDDEN and will be monitored by Judges of Fact. The penalty for Service/Support in a forbidden area is EXCLUSION. In an area where service is not permitted the presence of or parking of a support/service vehicle and/or the setting up of equipment will be deemed to be servicing.[vc_separator type=’full_width’ position=’center’ color=’#ebebeb’ thickness=’1′ up=’40’ down=’40’]
Article 10 – Rally 2 (Restart after Retirement)
10.1.1 The rally will operate Rally 2 in accordance with Art 13, Appendix 29 of the Motorsport Ireland Yearbook (as published on MI Website)
10.1.2 A crew retiring from the rally between Parc Ferme Out and Arrival Control SS2, may restart the rally from Service Out Control after 2 stages, or Service Out Control after 4 stages. Cars retiring from the rally on Special Stages 2 or 3, or the following road sections, may only restart from Service Out Control after 4 stages.
No restart will be permitted for crews retiring on Special Stages 4, 5, or 6.
A restart will not be permitted where a crew has been excluded for non-compliance with eligibility requirements, traffic violations or a decision of the COC/R2C (Rally 2 Co-ordinator).
On retirement, the crew must hand in their time cards to Car Accountability or the marshal/timekeeper at the next available location/Time Control.
Crews must retain the duplicate copy of the time card, to present to R2C as proof of stages completed.
10.1.3 Competitors must register for Rally 2 if they wish to restart by contacting the R2C prior to a time that will be specified in Final Instructions.
Service Vehicles will not be permitted to access the Stage or any closed road between runs.
The organisers will, where possible, endeavour to remove any car to the nearest location where it can exit the stage.
The transport of the car from that location is the responsibility of the competitor. The car must return by direct route to the Service Area.
10.1.4 Competitors availing of Rally 2 must present themselves at the appropriate Out Control, with their car, for re-scrutiny. Due time is 10 minutes before their original due time at that Control, and 15 Minutes maximum lateness will apply.
10.1.5 The R2C, once satisfied that the crew meets the conditions for a restart, will issue new time cards which will have a restart time and restart Control Number.
The restart position within the field shall be at the discretion of the COC/R2C.
10.1.6 The organisers reserve the right to disallow restart on safety grounds or if the restart would interfere with the running of the rally.
10.2.1 Penalties will be applied as per Article 13.5, Appendix 29 of the Motorsport Ireland Yearbook (as published on MI Website)
10.3 Award Eligibility:
10.3.1 In order to be classified as a finisher the crew must complete a minimum of 3 special stages, which must include the final loop of stages and the finish control.
10.3.2 Crews completing the rally under Rally 2 regulations will be eligible to score points in Championships.[vc_separator type=’full_width’ position=’center’ color=’#ebebeb’ thickness=’1′ up=’40’ down=’40’]
LIST OF OFFICIALS
|Clerk of the Course||Jonathon O’Shea|
|Deputy Clerk of the Course||Martin Farrell|
|Motorsport Ireland Steward||Micheal Boland & Kieran Ambrose|
|Motorsport Ireland Safety Officer||Ger Healy|
|Club Steward||James O Brien|
|Club Safety Officer||Senan Raggett|
|Secretary of the Event||Stephen O’Connell|
|Entries Secretary||Michelle Walsh|
|Chief Medical Officer||Paul Rae|
|Chief Marshall||Ollie Lynch|
|Chief Scrutineer||Paudie Griffin|
|Chief Timekeeper||Eamon McGee|
|Radio Controller||Kevin Flannery|
|Press Officer||Sean Moriarty|
|Results Officer||Angus Sealy|
|Service Area Manager||Brendan Farmer|
|Competitor Liaison Officer||Pat Shiel|
|Car Accountability||John Flynn|
|Stage Commander SS1||Anthony O’Connor|
|Stage Commander SS2||Cathal Mansell|
|Chief Rescue Officer||Martin Byrne|
|Rally 2 Co-Ordinator (R2C)||Dermot O’Gorman|
|Emergency Services Liaison Officer||Jason Brick|
The Rally will include the following Classes:[vc_separator type=’full_width’ position=’center’ color=’#ebebeb’ thickness=’2′ up=’10’ down=’10’]
|Class 1||Group N up to 1600 cc (Previously N1 & N2); R1 (atmospheric up to 1600 cc – VR1A/VR1B and turbo up to 1067 cc – VR1A/VR1B)|
|Class 2||Group A up to 1600 cc (Previously A5 & A6); R2 (atmospheric over 1390 to 1600 cc – VR2B and turbo over 927 to 1067 cc – VR2B); Kit cars up to 1600 cc; Group N 1601 to 2000 cc (Previously N3)|
|Class 3||Group A 1601 to 2000 cc (Previously A7); R2 (atmospheric over 1600 to 2000cc – VR2C and turbo over 1067 to 1333cc – VR2C); R3 (atmospheric over 1600 to 2000 cc – VR3C and turbo over 1067 to 1333cc –VR3C); R3 (Turbo up to 1620 cc nominal – VR3T); R3 (Diesel up to 2000 cc nominal – VR3D); Super 1600 cars|
|Class 4||Group N over 2000 cc (N4 FIA Appendix J 254)|
|Class 5||Group R4 (Appendix J 260); S2000 Rally (2.0 Atmospheric)|
|Class 6||All cars homologated in FIA R-GT|
|Class 7||Group A over 2000 cc (Previously A8) (EXCLUDING WRC (1.6T); WRC (2.0T); S2000 Rally 1.6T 28 mm Restrictor (also known as Regional Rally Car – RRC))|
|Class 9||Modified cars up to 1450 cc, 2 wheel drive|
|Class 10||Modified cars 1451 to 1650 cc, not more than 2 valves per cylinder, 2 wheel drive|
|Class 11F||Modified FWD cars 1451 to 1650 cc, more than 2 valves per cylinder|
|Class 11R||Modified RWD cars 1451 to 1650 cc, more than 2 valves per cylinder|
|Class 12||Modified cars 1651 to 2100 cc, not more than 2 valves per cylinder, 2 wheel drive|
|Class 13||Modified cars 1651 to 2100 cc, more than 2 valves per cylinder, 2 wheel drive|
|Class 14||Modified cars 2101 to 3500 cc, 2 wheel drive. (Max 2 valves per cylinder over 3000cc)|
|Class 15||Four-wheel drive cars whose homologation has expired. See notes 3 & 5|
|Class 16||Juniors (see Appendix 29.1, Article 21)|
|Class 17||Historics up to 1600 cc (see Appendix 29.1, Article 18.2)|
|Class 18||Historics over 1600 cc (see Appendix 29.1, Article 18.2)|
|Class 19||Historics – FIA Appendix K|
|Class 20||Modified 4 Wheel Drive Cars (4WD) See note 16 on classes|
For further details on requirements for cars in classes 1 – 7 refer to www.fia.com Appendix J articles 252 – 261 (Article 260 refers to cars in Group R) Note: Please consult “Notes on Classes”, Appendix 29, 2017 Yearbook- Standard regs for all Stage Rallies.[vc_separator type=’full_width’ position=’center’ color=’#ebebeb’ thickness=’1′ up=’40’ down=’40’]
On publication of these regs Entries Open:
|Wednesday 1st Nov – 2017||Entries close|
|Wednesday 8th Nov – 2017||Final Instructions Posted|
|Saturday 11th Nov – 2017|
|9:00 to 12:30.||Register for Recce at Banna Beach Hotel & Resort for competitors|
|09:30 to 16:00||Recce for the event.|
|14:00 to 18:30||Mechanical Scrutiny — Banna Beach Hotel & Resort|
|15:00 to 19:00||Paper Scrutiny – Banna Beach Hotel & Resort|
|Sunday 12th Nov – 2017|
|08.30||Competitors Safety Briefing (Compulsory for all crews)Rally HQ|
|09:00||First Car Away Parc Ferme|
|16:00||First Car Finish Rally HQ|
|17.30||Provisional Results Rally HQ|
|20.30||(Approximately) Prize Giving Rally HQ|
1ST, 2ND & 3RD Overall – Two Trophies per crew
Note: The Kerry Motor Club reserves the right to reduce the number of awards for a class or amalgamate classes if insufficient entries are received for any class.
1ST, 2ND & 3RD – Two Trophies per Crew
1ST All ladies Crew – Two Trophies
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