This event will be held under the International sporting code of the F.I.A, the G.C.R’s of Motorsport Ireland. Appendix 30 of Motorsport Ireland yearbook and these Supplementary Regulations.
Permit No: 15/106 Non IRDS Event.. Hans Device are not compulsory for this event
|Motorsport Ireland Steward||Dermot Kelleher|
|Motorsport Ireland Safety Officer||Kevin O'Riordan|
|Clerk of the Course||Jason Brick|
|Assistant Clerk of the Course||Tom Barrett|
|Childrens Officier||Linda Lynch|
|Event Secretary||Michelle Walsh|
|Entries Secretary||Michelle Walsh|
|Press Officer||Pádraig Foran|
|Club Safety Officer||Richard Talbot|
|Club Steward||James O'Brien|
|Chief Marshal||Travis Slattery|
|Medical Officer||DR Paul Rae|
|Ambulances||Red Cross Ambulance|
|Rescue||Southwest Motorsport Rescue|
|Chief Scrutineer||Paudie Griffin|
|On Publication of Regulations||Entries Open|
|Tuesday July 14th 2015||Entries Close|
|Saturday July 18th 2015||07:00-10:15||Mechanical Scrutiny|
|09:00-10:15||Familiarization on Foot or Cycling|
|11:20||First Timed Run|
|17:00||First Car Finishes|
|18:00||Prizegiving in Tralee Racecourse|
Timing will be by clocks and will be timed to the nearest 10th of a second from standing start to flying finish.
The maximum time to complete the stage is 10 minutes. Times will be posted on the official notice board and by electronic means also.
Will be resolved by reference to the fastest time on the last run and so on until the tie is resolved.
The entry fee for this event is €160 which covers both driver and navigator to compete. Entry fee includes Competitors Personal Accident Insurance for both crew members. Entries can be completed by downloading an Entry Form from the Kerry Motor Club website: www.kerrymotorclub.com and Post completed form with entry fee to the Entries Secretary. Alternatively, you can enter online at www.shannonsportsit/evo/login and post entry form and entry fee to Entries Secretary.
Cheques/Bank Drafts or Postal Orders should be made payable to: Tralee Autosports LTD
Double driving may be permitted and will be deemed to be separate entries. Separate entry forms must be completed and submitted. Passengers may be carried subject to their holding the appropriate competition license and signing the indemnity form, A driver must carry the same passenger for all the timed runs.
One-Day Licenses for Navigators will be available IF drivers want to bring a friend or team member for the day (Remember the same Navigator must complete all of the event) These licences must be booked in advance from the Entries Secretary (Limited Number Available)
All protests must be as per the General Competition Rules.
In addition to the penalties contained in the FIA International Sporting Code, the GCR’s, and the MI Yearbook the following regulations will also apply.
1. The following will carry the penalty of exclusion from the event:
(a) Failing to report to the start when instructed to do so.
(b) Not wearing safety clothing, helmet, or other equipment on the stage.
(c) Overtaking between the flying finish and the stop point.
(d) Driving in the opposite direction on the stage.
(e) Servicing in a prohibited area.
(f) Driving in a dangerous or reckless manner in the service/paddock area.
(g) Carry a passenger other than that stated on the entry form.
2. Maximum Time will be given for:
(a) Failing to complete the stage.
(b) Missing a timed run.
3. Jump Start – 30 seconds.
Studded or Forestry Tyres are NOT permitted.
Due to the complex nature of the Course the carrying of a co driver is highly recommended.
One-Day Licenses will be available at €25 each and are on a first come first served basis and must be Pre Booked.
Entries limited to the first 120 received.
|For further details on requirements for cars in classes 1 – 7 refer to FIA.com Appendix J articles 252 – 261|
|Class 1||: 2WD Rally Cars up to 1450cc normally aspirated with only 2 valves per cylinder|
|Class 2||2WD Rally Cars up to 1450cc normally aspirated with more than 2 valves per cylinder|
|Class 3||2WD Rally Cars from 1451cc up to 1650cc normally aspirated with only 2 valves per cylinder|
|Class 4F||2WD Rally Cars from 1451cc up to 1650cc with more than 2 valves per cylinder (front wheel drive)|
|Class 4R||2WD Rally Cars from 1451cc up to 1650cc with more than 2 valves per cylinder (rear wheel drive)|
|Class 5||2WD Rally Cars from 1651cc up to 2100cc normally aspirated with only 2 valves per cylinder|
|Class 6||2WD Rally Cars from 1651cc up to 2100cc with more than 2 valves per cylinder|
|Class 7||2WD Rally Cars from 2101cc up to 3500cc normally aspirated|
|Class 8||All 4WD Cars|
|Class 9||Rallycross Cars up to 1650cc|
|Class 10||Rallycross Cars up to 1651cc to 2150cc|
|Class 11||Rallycross Cars over 2150cc|
|Class 12||Rallycross Supercars|
|Class 13||14 to 16 years old up to 1000cc Junior Speed licence holders, no co-driver. (For Junior Speed Licence details – see Appendix 1)|
|Class 14||Class 14 16 to 18 years old up to 1600cc co-driver allowed.|
|N.B. Overall winners are not eligible for class awards
If 5 or more entries are not received in each class, the organisers reserve the right to amalgamate classes or reduce the awards accordingly.
|1st Overall||2 Trophies + Joseph Lucas Pep Award|
|2nd Overall||2 Trophies|
|3rd Overall||2 Trophies|
|1st 2nd and 3rd in each class||2 Trophies|
|Best Ladies Crew||2 Trophies|
|Best Mixed Crew||2 Trophies|
|Best KMC Crew||2 Trophies|