Armstrong Massey Wolds Historic Rally 2010 Regulations
Welcome to the 2010 ARMSTRONG MASSEY WOLDS HISTORIC RALLY.
We are grateful to Armstrong Massey, York, for continuing to sponsor our events even though this type of event is a new venture for the club.
The event will contain a mixture of tests all on private land and regularity sections times to the second.
Beverley & District Motor Club Ltd. would like to thank the following:
Armstrong Massey for sponsoring the event;
Landowners - Richard Watts & Dan Ingram
MSA for authorising the event;
Brantingham Park for the start and finish venue
Residents and farmers on route for their patience;
You for taking the time to read these regulations and enter the event.
The Beverley & District Motor Club web-site at www.bdmc.org.uk is the primary source for information about this event. It holds definitive versions of all official documentation issued before the event, as well as results, photographs and the route after the event.
The website is also the most popular way to enter the event, and as before allows you to pay the entry fee online using a Credit or Debit card.
There will also be an un-seeded entry list published as entries are received, and a seeded list once the entries have been seeded.
Results will also be posted on the web site during the event, and at the end, usually within a few minutes of the time cards being collected. This will allow family and friends to be able to see how you're doing during the day.
Beverley & District Motor Club Ltd. will promote a Clubman Historic Road Rally, the Armstrong Massey Wolds Historic Rally, on Sunday 21st March 2020.
The event will be held under the general regulations of the MSA (incorporating the provisions of the International Sporting code of the FISA), these supplementary regulations and any written instructions the promoting club may issue for the event.
MSA Permit number ????? has been issued. Authorisation of a Motoring Event on the Public Highway will be posted on the official notice board. This official notice board will be on display at the start and the finish venue in Brantingham Park.
The event is open to fully elected members of the Beverley and District Motor Club. Competition Licences are not required for the event.
Cars manufactured between 1/1/1975 and 31/12/1981 will be eligible for overall awards.
Additionally there will be a class for modern cars manufactured after 1/1/1982. These cars will only be allowed to start the event if the maximum number of entries is not reached by cars manufactured before this date. See ASR 10 for details.
Drivers must ensure that they have Third Party insurance for the event. See ASR 22 for further details. Cars must also be taxed where applicable. Cars will be identified by numbers, fixed to each side of the vehicle, to be supplied by the organisers. These must be removed or covered after retirement from or at the conclusion of the event.
Noise tests will commence at 08:30 prior to Scrutineering at Brantingham Park (map reference 106/942½286) and then documentation. All competitors must be signed on by 09:15. Any competitor not signed on by this time may be excluded. The first car will start from MTC1 at 09:45 with subsequent cars at one-minute intervals. The total mileage will be approximately 95 miles on public roads. OS 1:50000 map 106 is required for the event.
The finish will also be at Brantingham Park where an evening meal will be provided. These are included in your entry fee and are available by producing a ticket, which will be given out at documentation.
The route will be defined by a Road Book which will give competitors comprehensive information to follow the intended route. There will also be pre plot route sections to define the regularity sections. Tests may not be walked prior to the commencement of the test; a penalty of a test maximum will be applied.
|Class H1||Cars manufactured upto the end of 1967 under 1500 cc|
|Class H2||Cars manufactured upto the end of 1967 over 1500 cc|
|Class H3||Cars manufactured between 1968 and 1974 under 1500cc|
|Class H4||Cars manufactured between 1968 and 1974 over 1500cc|
|Class H5||Cars manufactured between 1975 and 1981|
|Class M6||Cars manufactured during or after 1982|
It is the competitor's responsibility to ensure that their vehicle complies with the technical regulations for the class they enter. Applications will be made to the MSA to accept entries from cars registered between 1968 and 1981 with;
|1||More than four cylinders|
|2||More than one camshaft|
|3||More than two carburettor chokes|
Competitors whose cars meet the above, must advise the entries secretary either on their application form or via email.
Awards will be presented as follows:
|1st Overall||The Armstrong Massey Trophy|
|1st in each class||An Award|
|2nd in each class||An Award (subject to 5 entries in the class)|
|3rd in each class||An Award (subject to 8 entries in the class)|
N.B. Replicas will be supplied with all awards and will go to each crew member.
No person may win more than one award. Awards will be presented after the results have been declared final. Trophies must be returned to the promoting club one month before the next event or earlier if so requested.
Entries open on publication of the regulations and close for seeding at 10.00 am on 13th March 2010. The entry fee is £80 and includes lunch and an evening meal for each competitor. All entries must be made on the official entry form and accompanied by the appropriate fees. Entries will be accepted by web entry, post, fax or by hand providing that the entry fee is paid within 7 days. Entries will not be officially accepted until payment is received.. Late entries may be accepted after the closing date at the organisers' discretion. These will not appear on the entry list sent out with final instructions, but will be updated on the website, and a final entry list will be displayed on the Official Notice Board when all the competitors have signed on.
Entries will be accepted for Class M6 as reserves up to the date of seeding on Saturday 13th March 2010. If the maximum entry for the event is not reached with Historic cars in classes H1 to H5 by the 13th March 2010, the remaining places will be filled with cars from class M6 on a first come first served basis.
Entries made on the web-site will be offered the opportunity of paying with a Credit or Debit card, using Paypal. This option will incur an additional fee of 4%, in order to cover the processing cost of this option.
Entry fees will be refunded in full if the entry is withdrawn before entries close for seeding. Entries withdrawn after seeding will be refunded subject to an administration fee of £5.00. Cheques will not be paid into our bank account until Monday 15th March 2010.
The maximum entry for the meeting is 50. The minimum is 20. The minimum for each class is 3. Should any of the above minimum figures not be reached the organisers have the right to cancel the meeting or amalgamate the classes as necessary.
The Entries Secretary to whom all entries must be sent is:
Mrs Andrea Atkinson
22 Potterdale Drive, Little Weighton, Cottingham HU20 3UX
Tel: 01482 876400
Fax: 01482 240480
|Club Steward||Howard Everingham|
|Clerk of the Course||01482 708790|
|Deputy Clerks of the Course||
|Chief Marshal||01482 876400|
|Chief Scrutineer||Jim Kilmartin|
|Environmental Scrutineer||Mark Casey|
Provisional results will be published as soon as possible following the end of the event. Ties will be decided by furthest cleanest in all tests and regularity sections.
Protests must be lodged in accordance with C5
Competitors will be supplied with Route Instructions and Time Cards at signing on.
Penalties will be as R13 plus the following additional penalties:-
|A||Time taken to complete the test||Test minimum 1 penalty per second up to the test maximum|
|B||Striking a cone/marker during a test||10 seconds|
|C||Failing to stop astride a line||10 seconds|
|D||Jump start||10 seconds|
|E||Not completing a test correctly||Test Maximum|
|F||Not attempting or completing a test||Test Maximum|
|G||Walking a test prior to attempting in the vehicle||Test Maximum|
|H||Stopping in sight of a regularity control||60 seconds|
E will not apply if you make a mistake on a test and pass a cone/marker incorrectly and you retrace your steps. However once you have passed two consecutive cones/markers you will incur the penalty.
All other regulations of the MSA apply as written except for the following, which are modified:
|R7.2.3||Mobile telephones may be carried for the purposes of emergencies only|
Final Instructions will be posted on the website in the week before the event and have the same effect as these regulations. They will also be posted to crews who request paper documentation.
Cars will be scrutinised in accordance with the appropriate MSA Technical Regulations. The scrutineering sheet will be given out at the Sound Check.
All marshals and officials of the event will be appointed Judges of Fact for observing false starts, correct route on a test and striking cones as desribed in ASR 16
Controls will open 20 minutes before the first car. Maximum lateness will be 30 minutes.
Controls will be designated one of the following:
|MTC||Main Time Controls located at the start and finish, and during the event, that competitors MUST visit, timed to the previous whole minute.|
|TS||Control at the start of a test. The marshal will count you down|
|TF||Control at the end of a test timed to the previous whole second.|
|RSC||Control at the start of a regularity section. These may be self start when you are required to enter your start time on your timecard.|
|IRTCS||Control in the middle of a regularity section timed to the previous whole second.|
|RFCS||Control at the end of a regularity section timed to the previous whole second|
To be classified as a finisher, competitors must visit all main time controls (MTC's) within their maximum permitted lateness. (K20.1). Any lateness must be made up at the rest halts. Competitors will restart from the MTC after the rest halt at the scheduled time as shown on the time card plus their start number.
There will be no road penalties apart from the regularity sections. A guide time schedule will be issued to all competitors with the road book. No competitor will be allowed to start a test until the scheduled time.
The Club has applied to Lockton for a Blanket Cover Note under the above scheme. This will provide those competitors who need to use the scheme with third party cover to meet RTA requirements on the Road Sections of the Event. The basic rate (before loading) will be £27.30 per car.
New applicants wishing to use the scheme must be able to complay with all points of the Lockton Declaration:-
If able to comply with all points above you will simply sign the Signing on Form for Insurance - no letter of acceptance will be issued.
If unable to comply with all points above, contact the event secretary who will send you a Declaration Form to complete. This should be returned to the secretary or sent direct to Lockton prior to the event to allow sufficient time for a Letter of Acceptance to be issued. You can contact Lauren Burgess at Lockton by phone on 0161 828 3300, by fax on 0161 828 3335, by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to 19 Spring Gardens, Manchester, M2 1FB.
The organisers reserve the right to cancel part or the entire event if necessary.