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Ministock: A car specially designed for racing on Speedway New Zealand tracks as per specifications.

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MNZ: Motorcycling New Zealand Inc. The controlling authority of Motor-cycling sport in New Zealand.

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Modified: A car specially designed for racing on Speedway New Zealand licenced tracks as per Specifications.

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Modified Sprint: A car with motorcycle engine specially designed for racing on Speedway New Zealand licenced tracks as per specifications.

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National Class: The following race vehicle classes are deemed as 'national classes' by SNZ: Solo Motorcycles, Sidecars, Three Quarter Midgets, Midgets, Sprintcars, Super Saloons, Saloons, Modifieds, Superstocks, Stockcars, Streetstocks and Minisprints

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Overseas Competitor: A competitor whose domicile or ordinary place of residence is situated outside of New Zealand.

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Passenger: A licenced person other than the competitor conveyed by a motor cycle and sidecar.

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Permit: The documentary authority to organise and hold a meeting granted solely by SNZ.

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Postponement: The date a promoter allocates a meeting within the 14 days allowable under SNZ rules for whatever reason, this can be advertised in advance.

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Promoter: The person, persons, limited liability company or incorporated society licenced by SNZ and proposing to hold, holding or organising a meeting on a licensed track.

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Race/Event: A competition in which the order of finishing is the major factor determining the result, of two or more persons against each other.

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Race/Event Finish: A race is not finished until the Chequered Flag is displayed and the last competitor has passed the finish line regardless of the number of laps run. A competitor must cross the finish line and receive the chequered flag before any finishing places are allocated in any race, except as provided for in Sections T10 and T11.

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Raindate: A date allocated by a promoter to run a meeting which has been rained off during a meeting, this can be advertised in advance.

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Ready to Race: A race vehicle is 'ready to race' once it has passed vehicle checking on the day/night in question.

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Record: The minimum time taken to cover a lap or a prescribed number of laps of a named track, with either a Standing, Rolling or Flying Start.

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Regional Class: The following race vehicle classes are deemed as 'regional classes' by SNZ: Production Saloons, Modified

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2010 NZ Speedway Rule Book