Club Endurance Championship Rules 2018
This year, with the exception of the Ray Wilson and Johnny Harrison Trophy’s, all Club Enduro Championships will all be held on October 28th Club Day.
The Club Enduro Day will be run in accordance to the following format:
- 1 X Tuning Run (5minutes)
- 2 X Qualifying heats (10 laps each)
- 1 X Final (total laps being dependent on class)
The starting grid position will be based on the best lap time of either of the two qualifying heats.
- Junior Rotax Max
- Vortex Mini-Rok
- Cadet Rok
The Ray Wilson Memorial Senior GP will be run on the 29th April 2018.
The Johnny Harrison Memorial Senior GP will be run on the 29th July 2018.
ENDURO RULES 2018
a. KartSport New Zealand Rules apply with the addition of the following rules.
b. An Official Timekeeper shall be appointed.
c. A minimum of one pit stop for refuelling is required during the race.
d. The maximum amount of fuel to be carried before the race start shall be:
- 5 litres for Senior
- 5 litres for Junior Rotax
- 2 litres for Mini Rok
- 500 ml for Cadet Rok
All competitors shall fuel their karts with the designated amount in front of a club official and held in the refuelling area prior to the start of the race.
e. An Official shall be appointed to monitor refuelling procedures.
f. A Fire Marshall shall be appointed and remain in the refuelling area with a minimum of two fire extinguishers readily available for use.
g. One driver per kart.
h. A maximum of two pit crew are allowed in addition to the driver per kart.
i. Karts shall proceed to their refuelling/service area in the hot lane at a slow speed.
j. Pit crew and all their equipment must remain behind the hot lane fence until their kart has stopped.
k. Drivers must get out of the kart BEFORE the refuelling /servicing process commences.
l. A minimum of amount of fuel to be added to the Kart’s fuel tank is:
- 2 Litres of fuel for Senior
- 1 Litre of fuel for Junior Rotax Max
- 500 ml for Mini-Rok
- 500 ml for Cadet-Rok
m. All work is to be carried out in the refuelling/servicing area. Any fuel spills must be cleaned up before the kart leaves the area and re-joins the race.
n. The chequered flag will be presented at the end of the race at which the total race time will be represented below:
- 1 hour for Seniors
- 30 minutes for Junior Rotax
- 20 minutes for Mini Rok
- 15 minutes for Cadet Rok
o. The winner will be the kart that has completed the most number of laps when the chequered flag is displayed.
p. All drivers must hold a current KartSport New Zealand Competition Licence and be a financial member of a Club. A one day licence is not acceptable.
q. In the event of a race stoppage the field will restart in the positions held on the previous completed lap. Any kart in the hot lane being refuelled or serviced at the time of the race stoppage will be required to complete another pit stop in the hot lane after the race is restarted.