Murray Bridge Speedway
 20010/11 Burnout Dates
Riverview Revs Burnout 1 September 4  
Riverview Revs Burnout 2  TBC
Riverview Revs Burnout 3  TBC

 

Burnout and Go-To-Whoa Rules & Regulations

 

Event Explanations

Go-To-Whoa

The object of this event is to accelerate from a standing start as quickly as possible and cover the set distance in as quick a time as possible.  You must then bring your car to a stop on the finish line.  Your time stops when the front wheels are stationary on the finish line.  If you overshoot the line you must reverse back and stop on the line to complete your run.

Burnout

The object is to produce as much smoke as possible, with no hesitation, in your allocated time.  The time will be dependant on number of entries and will be notified to all competitors at drivers briefing. 

Event Rules

The supplementary rules and regulations are:

  • All competitors will wear long sleeve shirts, long trousers and covered shoes
  • No thongs, shorts and T-shirts allowed and no synthetic or nylon clothing to be worn
  • Seat belts must be warn and properly adjusted during competition
  • Helmets must be warn
  • No competitor is to have any part of their body protruding from the vehicle during competition
  • All doors must have secure locking mechanisms
  • The battery must be securely fastened
  • The fuel tank, if not original, is to be of a professional construction standard or fuel cell type and securely mounted
  • Scatter shields to be fitted to all modified vehicles with manual transmissions
  • Bonnets and front mudguards must be fitted
  • Vehicles must have no fluid leaks (oil/water)
  • Tail shaft loops must be fitted
  • Radiator overflow bottle is recommended
  • All wheels must have all wheel nuts fitted and secured
  • All wheel weights must be either removed from drive wheels or taped
  • No dress rims or hubcaps to be fitted
  • Any competitor failing to keep within the defined area will be automatically disqualified
  • Long static burnouts will result in a loss of points
  • If blown tyres occur, drivers must stop burnout – failure to comply will incur a loss of points
  • The maximum speed of vehicles in the pits not to exceed 15km/h
  • Burnouts are not permitted anywhere within the facility except for the competition area – failure to comply will result in disqualification from event
  • Passengers are not allowed in the vehicles during competition (the promoters reserve the right to allow VIP’s or promotional persons in vehicles during competition)
  • Competitors are reminded that Alcohol and Drug testing may occur and that the pits are a no alcohol area - This includes the consumption of and any person who has consumed alcohol outside of the pit area - Competitors and buddy pass holders will be removed from the venue in breach of this
  • Drivers must follow the requests of the officials as they act on your behalf in the interest of safety
  • The Pit area is a no smoking area – designated smoking areas are allocated around the pit area
  • All persons in the pit area must have closed in footwear at all times

 

Event Details

The event is promoted by the Murray Bridge Sporting Car Club and Motorcycle Club Inc.  The venue location is the Murray Bridge Speedway Complex on Kennett Road, Murray Bridge.  Times for the event are as follows:

Pit Gates Open:                 1pm (close at 4:30pm)

Machine Examination:       From 1pm

Spectator Gates Open:      4pm

First Competition Starts:    5pm

 

For further details please contact the speedway office:

Phone: 08 8532 1150

Fax: 08 8532 1012

Email: speedwaymb@lm.net.au

Or

Jason James

0419 818354

 
 

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