Stock Replacement: Stock Replacement components are components manufactured by aftermarket manufacturers to OEM Specifications.
Fidelity Fund: The SPANZ/SNZ Fidelity Fund is a sum of money held in Trust, administered by a Board of Trustees, for the purpose of protecting SNZ competitors against default of their prize money payment.
FIM: (Federation International De L'motorcyclistes). Federation of Motor Cycling Clubs.
Fixture: A race, series of races, or a meeting held on a prearranged date.
Flying Start: The start made by the competitors on a track whose speed up to the starting line is not restricted.
Grand Parade: There are two types of Grand Parade. (i) The Grand Parade of cars where the race vehicles parade at a modest pace before the Feature Race, drivers require Safety Helmets as per the regulations in S1. (ii) The Grand Parade of vehicles where the vehicles are at a walking pace with drivers‟ on bonnets, or the official “Ride By” of riders; the crew and/or drivers are not required to wear Safety Helmets.
Handicap: A method having for its purpose the equalising, so far as possible, of the chances of the competitors.
Heat: One of a series of races over a specified number of laps of the track.
Holder of Record: The competitor in the most recent successful attempt at a particular record.
Jurist: Officials appointed by the Directors to adjudicate on action committees and urgent enquiries and matters related to SNZ should the need arise.
Licenced Speedway Track: A track licenced with SNZ with a continuous circular or semi-circular course having a loose or hard surface bounded by a safety fence.
Saloon: (formerly Limited Saloon) A car specially designed for racing on SNZ licensed tracks as per Super Saloon specifications but with further restrictions.
Log Book: The competitor vehicle record book issued by the local track steward.
Midget Car: A car with a front mounted engine especially designed for racing on Speedway New Zealand licenced tracks as per specifications and RETAINING THE CLASSICAL APPEARANCE OF A MIDGET CAR.
Minisprint: A car with an automotive engine specially designed for racing on Speedway New Zealand licenced tracks as per specifications.
2010 ELECTRONIC RULEBOOK
Published on Jul 10, 2010