Kingdom Stages 1997-2017 - News 

Update: Final Instructions, Road Map and the Schedule are now available. Please see Attachments below.

40 years ago the first Kingdom Stages was held, using farm roads around Fife. To celebrate this anniversary we have organised a new format for our event, running stages at both Crail and Leuchars.  It all takes place on Saturday 17th June 2017.

 

MARSHALS

Come and join us in this event, at either Crail or Leuchars, and play your part in an exciting day of motorsport.  Contact Stewart at marshal@paton-family.co.uk or 07704 440867 to register.  The first 100 marshals registered get a commemorative fleece, in addition to all marshals getting a hot lunch and goodie bags.  Please use the registration forms accessible from the navigation bar.

 

SET UP

We need lots of help getting the venues ready for this big event. If you are free to help in the previous weekend or in the week leading up, contact Robert at robert.ness@glenrothes-msc.com or via face book on Glenrothes Motor Sport ClubOfficial

 

COMPETITORS

We still have a few places available, regs are on this site and you can enter on https://rallies.info/webentry/2017/kingdom/  With the different format there’s a bit to know, so here goes….

The rally will start at Crail where competitors will do 2 stages.  There is then a short service then a road section to Leuchars.  There the competing cars will go straight to the arrival control of SS 3.  After SS 4 at Leuchars there is a longer service, and another short service after SS6.  The cars then return to Crail (again straight into arrival control) for SS7.  We hope to run 4 stages at Crail in the afternoon. 

Service therefore takes place at both venues, but the most time is at Leuchars.  Each crew will have 1 pass for a service vehicle. This pass has 2 functions; entering Leuchars and re-entering Crail.  Only vehicles with passes and competing vehicles are allowed at Leuchars.

Service crews travel a different route to the competing cars on the road sections.  There is no roadside service and no "emergency" service.  Judges of fact will be in operation.

Any vehicle arriving or returning to Crail after 08:30 will be charged entry unless it is a clearly marked competing car or vehicle carrying the official rally pass.

We can provide event insurance, please see details in the regs, this cannot be purchased on the day so if you need it please book in advance.

Unusually, we have a single venue permit for this event so younger navigators are allowed.

Scrutineering will be at Methil on Friday  c16:00 - 19:00, details in the finals.  As there is an early start on Saturday competitive crews are advised to get checked on Friday. 

Juniors:  No scrutineering or signing on, on Friday.  The Junior event is likely to start around 10.30 on Saturday, so scrutineering on the morning is fine.  However, note vehicles arriving after 08:30 will be charged entry, even competing crews.

Tyres: Andrew Wood and Wheels Around are both attending but both will be at Crail only.

 

SPECTATORS

Marshals get the best view but must register in advance.  See above for details.  Other spectators can watch at Crail, with entry charged per car.  Action starts at 8am and will be on all day.  Leuchars is a live base and therefore no spectators are permitted.

 

MEDIA

As usual this is by invitation only.

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K17 Final Instructions (pdf)885.26 KB
Road Map (pdf)616.94 KB
Schedule K17 (pdf)594.11 KB
Tulips Crail to Leuchars (pdf)639.34 KB
Tulips Leuchars to Crail (pdf)637.05 KB
Insurance Form (pdf)65.65 KB

KINGDOM STAGES 1977 - 2017 

KINGDOM STAGES 1977 - 2017
KINGDOM STAGES 1977 - 2017

Update:

Senior's Online Entry Form:   https://rallies.info/webentry/2017/kingdom/

Junior's Online Entry Form:   https://rallies.info/webentry/2017/kingdomjunior/

 

Glenrothes MSC  are running the Kingdom Stages on Saturday June 17th, featuring a new format and a new date.

40 years ago Glenrothes MSC ran the Kingdom Stages Rally for the first time.  It started as a rally using farm roads, and developed over the years into a full forest rally and a round of the SRC.  This included famous stages such as Glendevon, Blairadam and Pitmedden. In recent years it has been the Club’s flagship event, operating at Crail as a tarmac rally and a round of the STRC.  

We have moved to June to allow us to offer stages at two venues - Crail and Leuchars - with a combined mileage of 80 miles.  There is therefore a road section included in the event, offering a unique rally and a challenge for all competitors.  The event is  a round of Scottish Tarmack Rally Championship, North of England Tarmacadam Championship, Border Challenge and 5 O Clubs Championship.

Kingdom Junior Stages Rally will run at Crail on the same day, a round of the Junior 1000 Ecosse Challenge.

Please find regs attached to this site.   Entries for both rallies will go live at 19:00 on Sunday 14th May via a link on this site.  Follow updates on Facebook too, which will include spectator and marshal information.

 

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Senior Regs v5 K17 pdf563.65 KB

Our AGM is on 25th April (Tuesday) starting at 19.30.  Venue is St Clair Tavern, St Clair St, Kirkcaldy..

 

AGENDA

1) Approval of Previous Minutes
2) President's Report
3) Treasurer's Report
4) Secretary's Report
5) Election of Directors
6) Election of Committee
7) Re-appointment of Auditors
8) Written Proposals
9) AOB

 

Written proposals should be sent to Ian Forgan iforgan@fsmail.net to arrive at least 7 days prior to the meeting.  AOB can be raised on the day but no vote can be held.

The Memorial Garden Stages Rally Awards 

Knockhill Autosolo 2017 

Supplementary Regulations

 

1 Glenrothes Motor Sport Club Ltd. will promote a Clubman status Autosolo event on Sunday April 30th 2017 at Knockhill Racing Circuit, by Dunfermline, Fife.

 

2. The meeting will be held under the General Regulations of the RACMSA Ltd incorporating the provisions of the International Code of the FIA, these supplementary regulations, and any written instructions the promoting club may issue.

 

3. MSA Permit No. TBA

 

4. The event is open to all fully elected members of the organising Club and also members of  the following invited Clubs: Dunfermline CC, 750 MC, Stonehaven & Dist. MC, Scottish Sporting CC, South of Scotland CC, 63 CC, EUMSC, Solway CC, GUMSC, Aberdeen & District MC, Berwick & District MC, East Ayrshire CC, Knockhill MSC, 55 CC and all other clubs who are members of the SACC.

 

5. All entrants must produce a valid club membership card, (if necessary, available at signing on)

 

M22 Entries may be accepted from Drivers who are aged 14 years and over who do not have a valid, full RTA Licence subject to:

a)       The vehicle must by definition be a ‘Touring Car’

b)       The vehicle engine capacity must not exceed 2000cc forced induction

c)       A passenger must be carried who holds a valid, full RTA licence, and be experienced in AutoSOLOs

 

6.The programme of the meeting will be:- Scrutineering starts at 09.00a.m., and any competitor not signed on by 09.45.a.m. may be excluded. First car starts at 10.00.a.m.

 

7. The Autosolo will consist of 6 classes as follows :-

     1. Series Production Saloons up to 1400cc

     2. Series Production Saloons 1400cc to 1800cc

     3. Series Production Saloons over 1800cc

     4. Sports Cars

     5. All Other Cars

     6. Hybrid, Battery or Electric Powered Cars- Must be Standard Production Cars

 

8.All cars must be capable of being driven to the event (Taxed, MOT and Insured) All vehicles must comply with RACMSA Technical Regulations.

J5.4.1 Forced induction coefficient will not apply.

 

9. Child Protection: - If competitor is under 18, Entry Form must be countersigned by a parent or guardian. The Parent or guardian, or an appointed representative must be present during the competition and must sign on the competitors signing on sheet. If a parent or guardian will not be present, a responsible adult representative must be appointed, must show written authority from the parent or guardian to act as the child’s representative and must countersign the competitors signing on sheet

 

 10. Awards will be presented as follows in each event:-

    1st in class- an award providing 3 or more start in the class.

    FTD- an award.

    First Team of 3 Cars – an award

    First Newcomer – an award

 

11. The entry list opens on receipt of these regulations and closes finally at 12 noon on Saturday 29th  April 2017. The entry fee is £20.00.

 

12. The Secretary of the meeting to whom all entries must be sent is :- Bill Creevy, Norlands, Greenbrig Road, Barnyards, Kilconquhar, Fife, KY9 1PA----
Tel. 01333 340 346 / 07740374458,
e-mail---bill.creevy@btinternet.com

 

13. The maximum entry for the meeting is 40 and the minimum is 15. Should any of the above figures not be reached the organisers have the right to amalgamate the classes or cancel the event.Entry will be selected by receipt. Entry fees may be refunded if cancelled 24 hours prior to the event.

 

14. Other officials are :-

Clerk of the Course--Graham Murray

Club Steward -----David Barlow

Scrutineer ----Gordon Finnie.

Timekeeper----Raymond Mann.

Child Safeguarding Officer – Bill Creevy

 

15. Provisional results will be published as soon as possible after the event .D 26.11

 

16. Any protest must be lodged as per C5

 

17. {a} Details of the 2  tests will be available at signing on.

{b}Each driver will have 4 runs at each test with the best 3 result to count.

(c) Timing will be by hand held watch.

(d) The starting signal will be 3,2,1,GO.

(e) The order of attempting tests will be in class order.

 

18. Practising will not be allowed.

 

19. Competitors will be identified by numbers, which will be provided by the organisers.

 

20. Marking and penalties will be as printed in the appropriate section of the MSA General Regulations.

21.All other General Regulations of the RACMSA apply as written except for the following, which are modified:-

M.4.4.2 Pylons may be less than 1 metre high.                         

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MEMORIAL GARDEN STAGES RALLY 

Glenrothes MSC are pleased to report that that the Memorial Garden Stages at Condor (Arbroath) will definitely run, on Saturday 15th April 2017.  We are a bit light on entries so we have extended the closing date to next week.  If you thought it was a wee bit rough last year, you will be pleased to know we have been on site making repairs, and our chums at Beatsons have 10 tonne of concrete coming to site. We have also amended the routes to avoid the nasty bits.
 
It's £225 for 51 miles, entries at www.rallies.info/webentry/2017/garden/ and regs at www.glenrothes-msc.com.  Ignore the closing date on the regs.
 
Competitor queries to treasurer@glenrothes-msc.com
Marshal offers to s-millar@hotmail.co.uk
 
Please remember this is a no spectator event, so you must be attached to a rally crew or a marshal to get in the gate.
 
And just to repeat it is 100% confirmed we are running.

THE MEMORIAL GARDEN STAGES RALLY  

CONDOR FLYS AGAIN

We are delighted to be organising the Memorial Stages Rally at Condor Base, Arbroath on 15th April.  This is a round of the J1000 Ecosse Rally Championship and Border Challenge.  Entries open on Sunday 12th at 19:00 and we are taking online entries only.  Please enter via the link below.  Note we require details of your vehicles and crew

https://www.rallies.info/webentry/2017/garden/

https://www.rallies.info/webentry/2017/gardenjunior/

Marshals are very welcome (this is a no-spectator venue) so if you can help please contact Stuart on s-millar@hotmail.co.uk

 

Saturday 15th April 2017

51 miles of Tarmac Stages
at
Condor Arbroath

Supplementary Regulations

1 Announcement

Glenrothes Motor Sport Club Limited will organise a National B Permit single venue Rally, The Memorial Garden Stages Rally on Saturday 15th April 2017 at RM Condor.

 

2 Jurisdiction

The meeting will be governed by the General Regulations of the Motor Sports Association Ltd (incorporating the provisions of the International Sporting Code of the FIA), these supplementary regulations and any written instructions that the organising Club may issue for the Event.

 

3 Authorisation

MSA Permit 99433.

 

4 Eligibility

The Event is open to members of the Clubs belonging to SACC, BAMA (British Army Motorsports Association) and the Royal Navy Royal Marines MSA.

All Competitors must produce a valid 2017 Competition Licence and Club membership card. GMSC membership can be obtained for £10. Drivers require a Stage Rally National B licence, or Stage Rally National A licence, or Rally International licence.

Navigators require a National B licence or higher. Clubman licences are not acceptable. Drivers’ licences cannot be applied for on the day – nor can existing licences be upgraded on the day.

Applications for Navigators’ licences must be accompanied by a passport photo and a fully completed application form with credit card details or a cheque made payable to the MOTOR SPORTS ASSOCIATION Ltd., A licence application form can be downloaded at http://msauk.org.

 

5 Venue

This is an active military base and we are fortunate to have been allowed access. The event is effectively a “lock in” and we will need to know every person in the venue. Every crew member must carry photo ID. There will be only certain times of the day when the venue can be entered or exited. Full details will be in final instructions.

 

6 Championships

The event is a round of the Border Rally Challenge.

 

7 Programme

Entries Open: On Sunday 12th March at 19:00
Entries Close: 20:00 on Sunday 2nd April 2017
Final Instructions issued on Monday 10th April 2017
Scrutineering and Documentation opens : Friday 14th April times TBA Saturday 15th April times TBA
First Car Starts 09:20

Any competitor not signed on by one hour before their scheduled start time may be deemed a non-starter and their competition number may be allocated to a reserve.

 

8 Route

The event will consist of 6 stages of approximately 51 miles, on the runways and perimeter roads within RM Condor, Arbroath. These stages will be timed to an accuracy of less than 1 minute. The stages are a mix of tarmac and concrete with some unmetalled sections. Route definition will be by detailed sketch maps. Cars will start at 30 second intervals. Route features will be formed by a mixture of straw bales, tyres and other barriers. Crews are not allowed to walk or cycle the stages prior or during the event unless authorised by a named official and assisting with the running of the event.

 

9 Vehicles

All vehicles must comply with MSA Technical Regulations. Special Stage Rally Log Books/Passports are required, and must be presented at Scrutineering. A tax disc is not required for this event. MOT certificates may be inspected. Off road, gravel, M&S and similar tyres are prohibited.

 

10 Classes

The event will consist of three classes as follows:
Class 1: Front Wheel Drive
Class 2: Rear Wheel Drive
Class 3: Four Wheel Drive

 

11 Awards

Awards will be presented as follows:
1st Overall: Driver and Navigator
2nd Overall: Driver and Navigator
3rd Overall: Driver and Navigator
1st and 2nd in Class: Driver and Navigator
1st, 2nd and 3rd Overall are not eligible for Class Awards.

 

12 Entries

The entry list opens on publication of these Regulations and closes at 20:00 on Sunday 2nd April 2017. The Entry Fee is £225. Entry is by online application only, the entry link will be on www.glenrothes-msc.com. Entries must be accompanied by payment of the entry fee. The initial entry list will not be published until at least 48 hours after entries open, which will list only those who have fully completed their entry and paid the entry fee.

Payment can be made by direct bank transfer to Sort Code : 80 16 84
Account number : 0060 2954
Account Name “Glenrothes Motor Sport Club” with the drivers name quoted as a reference,

or by Paypal – payments to treasurer@glenrothes-msc.com If you are making payment and there is any chance of confusion who the payment is from (e.g. paying via company or sponsor, using girlfriend’s Paypal, paying at a bank counter etc. you MUST email treasurer@glenrothes-msc.com with details.

Cheque payments or payments at signing on are not accepted.

Late entries cannot be accepted. The maximum entry for the event is 50, the combined (with Junior Rally) entry, is 60. The minimum is 40. A reserve list will be maintained. The minimum for each Class is 6. Should any of the above minimum figures not be reached, the Organisers have the right to either cancel the meeting or amalgamate classes as necessary. Entries will be selected in order of receipt of full payment. Entry fees will be refunded in full if withdrawal is notified to the Entries Secretary by the closing date, or with a deduction of £25 up to the day of the event to cover administration costs. A reserve list will be maintained if the event is oversubscribed.

 

13 Seeding

The order of starting will be at the organisers’ discretion, based on competitors’ previous results as declared on the entry form. Spot checks will be carried out but the event’s organisers will not attempt to fill in blanks. Once the entry list has been published, no correspondence will be entered into regarding the starting order. Any competitor found to have supplied false information concerning previous results on the entry form may be excluded and their entry fee forfeited. Blank seeding information will be regarded as an incomplete entry form unless the driver has not completed a rally since 2012.

 
14 Officials
Clerk of the Course Tom Matthews Chief Scrutineer Willie Greig
Deputy C of C Robert Ness Scrutineers TBA
Assistant C of C Secretary Gordon Milne
Environment Scrut Linda Hay Entries Secretary Gordon Milne
Comp. Liaison Richard Crozier Event Safety Officer Ron Cowan
Radio Co-ordinator Craig Webster Results Officer Raymond Mann
Chief T/Keeper Stan Thorogood Chief Medical Officer Ellie Plant
Stage Changeover TBA Stage Commander Matt Reid
MSA Steward TBA Chief Marshal Stuart Millar
Club Stewards Bill Creevy Documentation Bianca Ness  Graham Murray
Asst Secretary Sam Ollis Rescue SMMC
Recovery John MacFarlane Graham Rieu-Clarke
Child Protection Officer Rhona Dickie  

 

 

15 Results

Provisional Results will be published as soon as possible after the event, at the Results Officer’s location. Awards will be presented when Results are finalised.

 

16 Protests

Any protest must be lodged in accordance with C.5

 

17 Documentation

Competitors will be emailed sketch maps for printing, and time cards will be supplied at signing on. These documents will provide all necessary information to enable competitors to comply with MSA Regulations.

 

18 Identification

Competitors will be identified by competition numbers of MSA specified size and type on both sides of the vehicle. Normal door numbers will be used and they will be supplied by the organisers at signing on.

 

19 Stage Starts

Stage starts will be in order of arrival at the previous main control.

 

20 Juniors

As part of the MSA requirements/regulations Junior competitors must run on the stages by themselves, i.e. there must not be any cars from the main part of the event on the stage at the same time as the Junior. If you have stopped on stage for any reason and the juniors have started YOU MUST NOT MOVE TILL THEY HAVE FINISHED THEIR TWO RUNS THROUGH THE STAGE. (Junior runners will be denoted by running number J1 upwards.) PENALTY FOR DISOBEYING THIS INSTRUCTION WILL BE EXCLUSION FROM THE EVENT.

 

21 Penalties

Marking and penalties will be as printed in the appropriate section of the MSA General Regulations, except as modified below (R Chart 32.2)
(c) Not performing a stage correctly:
Taking a wrong route: Stage Maximum.
Driving on grass or crops: up to Stage Maximum.
Moving a board, bale or other stage furniture; 10 seconds.
Destruction of junction or chicane:
1st Offence: Stage Maximum
2nd Offence: EXCLUSION
(m) Damaged or ineffective silencer system:
1st Offence: Stage Maximum
2nd Offence: Immediate exclusion from the event.
(p and R25.6.2) Driving in the reverse direction:
Immediate exclusion from the event.
(r) Not complying with a reasonable instruction by an official:
1st Offence: 10 minutes.
2nd Offence: Immediate exclusion from the event.

 

22 GENERAL REGULATIONS

All other General Regulations of the MSA apply as written except for the following which are modified:
R29.1.7 Stages will be identified by detailed sketch maps.
R24.7, R24.8 All named officials, start and finish Marshals, radio crews and marshals at splits and elsewhere will be Judges of Fact to judge driving standards, compliance with correct route, wrong direction, hitting stage furniture, trespass etc. A list of Judge of Fact names will be displayed on the Rally Notice Board.
R40.1 To be classified as a finisher, a competitor must complete all the special stages, visit all the time controls within the maximum lateness, must supply a completed damage declaration, and must not have contravened any regulation for which the penalty is exclusion.
R31.2.5 R31.2.6 Lateness is penalty free, but the maximum lateness is 5 minutes.
R32.1.1 Competitors may be required to reduce lateness from service time.
Additionally. Any changes in the Final Instructions, or on any notice signed by the Clerk of the Course or his Deputy and displayed on the Official Notice Board or otherwise during the event, will have the same force as these Regulations.

 

23 Yellow Flag Procedure

On any special stage where extreme circumstances make it necessary to authorise the movement of non-competing or rescue vehicles before the stage is cleared of competing cars, a system of yellow flags will be utilised. The Flags will be located at strategic points including radio points and will only be displayed on the specific instruction of the Clerk of the Course or the Stage Commander and only when there is the situation of non-competing vehicles moving on stage ahead of competing cars. Yellow flags will be prominently displayed and held steady.
All personnel displaying a yellow flag will be wearing a marshal’s tabard. No other colour of flag will be deployed at any point along the special stage.
On passing a yellow flag, drivers must immediately and significantly reduce speed as well as being prepared so stop at any time. Drivers must not attempt to overtake any safety vehicle encountered on the stage, but should follow the instructions of Marshals and/or safety personnel while proceeding at reduced speed until they leave the stage. Failure to comply with this procedure could incur a penalty at the discretion of the Clerk of the Course.
Competitors who have been shown a yellow flag will be given a notional time for the stage.

 

24 Out of Bounds Areas

Some areas of the venue, are out of bounds to all persons who are not signed on officials. Any other persons found in these areas will cause the associated crew to be excluded from the event. Competitors and service crews must remain in the service area when not competing. Competitors may be penalised for the behaviour of associated persons. Judges of Fact will be on duty.

 

25 Video Cameras

As this is an active military base, any form of video recording is prohibited, including in-car.

26 Baulking

Baulking spoils rallies for competitors. If a faster car catches you, keep to the side on a wide section and allow room to pass. Do not weave in front of a car trying to overtake. You are reminded of R.2.6 “the Clerk of the Course may exclude any competitor proven to have unreasonably baulked another competitor”

 

27 Litter

Refuse sacks will be issued at documentation. Please put your rubbish in the sack and place it in a bin on site or take it home with you. Do not leave empty fuel containers or oil cans behind. Use a ground sheet when servicing and clean up spills of oil and other fluids. Competitors will be held responsible for the actions of service crews and others accompanying them to the event and may be penalised.

 

28 Service Area

There is a separate trailer park which must be used by all competitors. There will be allocated service bays for each crew, with space sufficient for the rally car plus one van or car.

 

29 Quad Bikes etc.

Quad bikes, mopeds, motorcycles, scooters, go-peds etc etc are forbidden in service areas (MSA guidelines) They MUST NOT be used to recce the stages. Competitors face penalties if they or any member of their crew disregards this instruction.

 

30 Refuelling

Refuelling must be carried as described in the final instructions.

 

MARSHALLING

There’s no event without marshals. We offer an attractive package for marshals, details will be published on www.glenrothes-msc.com

MEDIA

As this is an active military base no media are permitted. Drones will be shot at.

SPECTATORS

This is a no spectator event. Every person entering the venue will require ID and will either be attached to a competing car or a marshal.

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  1. Glenrothes Motor Sport Club Ltd will promote a Clubsport status Production Car Autotest and a Clubman status Autotest on Sunday March 26th 2017 at Knockhill Racing Circuit, by Dunfermline, Fife.
  2. The meeting will be held under the General Regulations of the RACMSA Ltd incorporating the provisions of the International Code of the FIA, these supplementary regulation, and any written instructions the promoting club may issue.
  3. MSA Permit No. TBA / TBA
  4. The event is open to all fully elected members of the organising Club and also members of the following invited Clubs:
    Dunfermline CC, 750 MC, Stonehaven & Dist. MC, Scottish Sporting CC, South of Scotland CC, 63 CC, EUMSC, Solway CC, GUMSC, Aberdeen & District MC, Berwick & District MC, East Ayrshire CC, Knockhill MSC, 55 CC, and all other clubs who are members of the SACC.
  5. All entrants must produce a valid club membership card.

    GMSC Membership costs £10 per adult, £2 per junior (16 or under), and may be applied for on the day.

  6. The programme of the meeting will be: Scrutineering starts at 10:00a.m. and any competitor not signed on by 10:45a.m. may be excluded. First car starts at 11:00a.m.
  7. The Production Car Autotest will consist of 6 classes as follows:
    1. Front wheel drive saloons up to 1400cc.
    2. Front wheel drive saloons over 1400cc.
    3. Front wheel drive cars with no MOT.
    4. Rear wheel drive saloons.
    5. Rear wheel drive open and sports cars.
    6. Hybrid, Battery or Electric Powered Cars- Must be Standard Production Cars.

    The Clubman event will consist of 6 classes as follows:

    1. Front wheel drive saloons up to 1400cc.
    2. Front wheel drive saloons over 1400cc.
    3. All specials and sports cars.
    4. Rear wheel drive saloons up to 1400cc.
    5. Rear wheel drive saloons over 1400cc.
    6. Production cars as per MSA Technical regulations F12.1 through F12.4
  8. All vehicles must comply with RACMSA Technical Regulations.
  9. Child Protection: If competitor is under 18, Entry Form must be countersigned by a parent or guardian. The parent or guardian, or an appointed representative must be present during the competition and must sign on the competitor's signing on sheet. If a parent or guardian will not be present, a responsible adult representative must be appointed, must show written authority from the parent or guardian to act as the child's representative and must countersign the competitor's signing on sheet.
  10. Awards will be presented as follows in each event:
    1st in class - an award providing 3 or more start in the class.
    FTD - an award.
  11. The entry list opens on receipt of these regulation and closes on Sunday 26th March 2017. The entry fee is £15.00.
  12. The Secretary of the meeting to whom all entries must be sent is:
    Bill Creevy, Norlands, Greenbrig Road, Barnyards, Kilconquhar, Fife, KY9 1PA
    Tel. 01333 340 346 / 07740374458
    Email: bill.creevy@btinternet.com
  13. The maximum entry for the meeting is 60 and the minimum is 3. Should any of the above figures be reached the organisers have the right to amalgamate the classes or cancel the event. Entry will be selected by receipt. Entry fees may be refunded if cancelled 24 hours prior to the event.
  14. Other officials are:
    Clerk of the Course - Graham Murray
    Club Steward - TBA
    Scrutineer - Gordon Finnie
    Timekeeper - TBA
  15. Provisional results will be published as soon as possible after the event. (b134.1.B)
  16. Any protest must be lodged as per 05.2
  17. {a} Details of the 6 tests will be available at signing on.
    {b} Each driver will have 2 runs at each test with the better result to count.
    {c} Timing will be by hand held watch.
    {d} The starting signal will be 3,2,1,GO.
    {e} The order of attempting the tests will be in class order.
  18. Practising will not be allowed.
  19. Competitors will be identified by numbers, which will be provided by the organisers.
  20. Marketing and penalties will be as printed in the appropriate section of the MSA General Regulations.
  21. All other General Regulations of the RACMSA apply as written except for the following, which are modified:
    F.4.4.3 Pylons may be less than 1 metre high.

A GMSC Club Car will be available to use if you do not want to use your own car.
A Donation to the Club for the use of the car would be greatly appreciated.

ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE EVENT WILL BE DONATED TO THE BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION

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