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Gibbston Valley Wines Grass Autocross – Sunday May 26th 2019
May 26, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm$40.00
Gibbston Valley Wines Grass Autocross Regulations
This event is an Autocross run by Queenstown Car Club on Sunday 26th of May 2019 at Gibbston Valley, rapid # 1976 off SH6.
It will be held under Motorsport New Zealand’s National sporting code and its appendices and schedules,
Appendix 2, schedule A & H & Appendix 5, schedule C.
Clerk of the Course Stuart Maclean
Secretary Lauren Harris
Motorsport NZ Steward
Chief Scrutineer Anthony Te Tau
Contact: Lauren Harris 0272964372
Venue: Gibbston Valley grass paddock
Length 1.6km track in an undulating grass paddock
Scrutineering/Documentation 10 am
Start: 11 am
Entry fee: $40.00
Classes – B 0 – 1600
C 1601 & over
Drivers must hold a minimum current drivers licence or MSNZ M licence.
All competitors and passengers must wear cotton protective overalls or better approved garments. Any clothing worn under overalls must be either cotton, wool or an approved garment, this includes socks.
All competitors and passengers must wear complete covered in footwear of leather or approved materials.
All competitors and passengers must wear protective helmet.
All passengers must sign a passenger declaration form and passenger in cage vehicles only.
These requirements are in line with the new amendments to the clothing changes by MSNZ.
All Vehicles will go through scrutineering. Vehicles must be in a warrantable condition.
Standard road tyres will be permitted. No traction/snow tyres etc permitted
Entry will be on the day.
Acceptance will at the clerk of the Course’s discretion.
Event organizers reserve the right to refuse any entry in accordance with the prescribed provisions of the National Sporting code.
In signing the entry forms, competitors are deemed to fully understand the relevant
articles and regulations as contained in the Motorsport NZ manual.
Pit Area will be in a paddock outside the event course.
Health and Safety
The health and safety of our Club Officials and competitors is foremost in the way Queenstown Car Club manage their events. Health and Safety will be discussed at the event briefing prior to the event commencing.
Competitors and crews must respect this private property and take all rubbish