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SCOPE OF THESE RULES AND REGULATIONS Every motor competition shall be held under the Regulations of SNZ. In addition these Regulations shall apply to all licenced tracks as defined in G1-1-22, Definitions, and, except as hereinafter provided, to all competitions held thereon. Action Committee An Action Committee comprising of SNZ appointed jurists, the Director for that class and the Chief Executive Officer is empowered to adjudicate on suspensions or disputes or other SNZ business which requires urgent settlement or attention. The committee is to be convened by the Chief Executive Officer. All decisions of the Action Committee shall stand until the next SNZ meeting when the decision/s must be confirmed or otherwise dealt with by the Directors. All decisions of the Action Committee must be in conformity with the rules and regulations and specifications of the SNZ rule book. No Action Committee shall have any authority to over rule any previous decision made by the SNZ during the current season. SUB-COMMITTEES Technical Committees and Technical Rules All Technical rules are to be coordinated by the Directors in conjunction with Technical Committees. Equipment (Section E) and Safety rules (Section S) are to be co-ordinated by the Directors. Each national class (as defined in G1-1-31, Definitions) will have its own Technical Committee. Each regional class shall have its own sub-committee as approved by the Directors. Each Technical Committee shall consist of a maximum of 6 people being: (i) One (1) drivers' representative, elected every two years at an AGM by a majority vote of those representatives entitled to vote at the AGM. (ii) A maximum of four (4) Technical specialists, elected every two years at an AGM by a majority of those representatives entitled to vote at the AGM. (iii) A chairman who shall be a Director. Nominees for the drivers' representative on each Technical Committee must be licenced competitors in that class. (i) Nominations for the drivers representative on each Technical Committee must only be made from tracks currently contracting competitors and running that class. They must be seconded by another track currently contracting competitors and running that class. (ii) Nominations must be in writing and received by the CEO no later than 60 days before the AGM. Technical Specialists on each Technical Committee shall be elected from a list of at least four nominations put forward by the Directors. This list shall be circulated to tracks with all other nominations 40 days before the elections at an AGM. (i) Members may make recommendations for Technical Specialists to the Directors through the CEO up to 60 days prior to the AGM. Every two years, the respective Technical Committee chairman, or his nominee will put the technical rule changes to the AGM. No seconder is required.
2010 ELECTRONIC RULEBOOK