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2018 Class Regulations – MSA APPROVED

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DRAFT FUEL REGULATIONS

ALL CLASSES

Any time during the meeting you may be requested by the Eligibility Scrutineer to replace under supervision the fuel in the kart with fuel that will be given to you by the scrutineer, for use for the remainder of the meeting. The cost of this fuel is to be paid by the competitor prior to their next race.

Any fuel testing done at the circuit is not the definitive test merely an indicator to proceed with fuel comparison and/or analysis testing, which will be carried out as per D.34.

Comparison testing of fuel will be carried out after the event by WP Racing (for an MSA approved comparison test as per C4.2) in accordance with D34.3. Three individual samples will be taken and sealed as per D.34.1.4. One sample, selected at random, will be sent to WP Motorsport along with one sealed sample of the control fuel, mixed with the declared oil and ratio, plus one sealed sample of unmixed control fuel. The Eligibility Scrutineer or Technical Commissioner will retain the further samples and sealed samples of the control fuel. Results will remain provisional until the tests and judicial processes are complete.

A deposit of £300 will be required towards the cost of the comparison or analysis fuel testing.

If you have fuel samples taken for further analysis of additives (including oil) or for comparison testing, you will be required to make a written declaration to the scrutineer stating the make and type of oil that you have used in your petrol, and the ratio mix.

If your samples do not conform to your written declaration or are found to be ineligible you will be excluded from the meeting and reported to the MSA and ABkC. If proven to be ineligible that competitor will pay for the cost of the tests and all costs incurred.

A minimum of three litres to be available is recommended (U.16.18) but a minimum of 1.3 litres is mandatory to allow for comparison testing and/or analysis of additives (including oil).

The testing of fluids other than fuel will be carried out by taking three samples, each of equal volume, and labelled and sealed. One sample will be tested by an MSA approved official using approved test equipment in accordance with MSA approved procedures. The principles applied to the testing of fuel samples in D.34. will be followed as appropriate for the testing of such other vehicle fluids.

Fuel & Fluids

HONDA CADET

For all classes the only petrol allowed to be used during racing will be that petrol nominated by the championship organisers from a nominated petrol pump at a designated local service station. MSA regulation C4.1 to C4.2.1 applies. The entrant must obtain a receipt from the designated service station dated no earlier than the Thursday preceding the meeting (Wednesday in the case of the last round). The receipt must be shown on request of the Technical Commissioner, the Eligibilty Scrutineer or the Chief Scrutineer or the fuel official. The designated pump will be promulgated in Final Instructions and will be marked with a Super One sticker.

No oil or additive is permitted in the fuel in Honda Cadet.

IAME CADET AND TKM

For all classes the only petrol allowed to be used during racing will be that petrol nominated by the championship organisers from a nominated petrol pump at a designated local service station. MSA regulation C4.1 to C4.2.1 applies. The entrant must obtain a receipt from the designated service station dated no earlier than the Thursday preceding the meeting (Wednesday in the case of the last round). The receipt must be shown on request of the Technical Commissioner, the Eligibilty Scrutineer or the Chief Scrutineer or the fuel official. The designated pump will be promulgated in Final Instructions and will be marked with a Super One sticker.

The only addition to this petrol that is allowed is the addition of Shell Advance Racing M oil (Shell Super M).

ROTAX

For all classes the only petrol allowed to be used during racing will be that petrol nominated by the championship organisers from a nominated petrol pump at a designated local service station. MSA regulation C4.1 to C4.2.1 applies. The entrant must obtain a receipt from the designated service station dated no earlier than the Thursday preceding the meeting (Wednesday in the case of the last round). The receipt must be shown on request of the Technical Commissioner, the Eligibilty Scrutineer or the Chief Scrutineer or the fuel official. The designated pump will be promulgated in Final Instructions and will be marked with a Super One sticker.

The only addition to this petrol that is allowed is the addition of Shell Advance Racing M oil (Shell Super M), Rotax XPS® Kart Tec 2-stroke Full Synthetic or the XPS® Kart Tec Synmax Full Synthetic 2T Kart Racing Oil.

KZ1 AND OKJ

For all classes the only petrol allowed to be used during racing will be fuel that conforms to MSA regulations.

The only addition to this petrol that is allowed is the addition of those oils specified in the CIK list of homologated lubricants which can be found on www.cikfia.com and Shell Advance Racing M oil (Shell Super M).