"Held under the General Regulations of Speedway New Zealand Inc." The Promoters may not commence operating until the Memorandum of Agreement has been duly executed and furnished to the Chief Executive Officer of SNZ and a track licence has been issued by the Directors. It is the Promoter's responsibility to allow only those vehicles, which fully conform to all the required specifications to be raced on the licensed track, unless the provisions of rules G7-1-14(b) or G7-3-20(b) apply. Promoters, who will not need competitors contracted to them for a specific meeting, should notify by word or notice board the unwanted competitors seven (7) days before hand. Prohibition of Betting NO betting shall be permitted during any meeting held under these Regulations unless under regulations of TAB (Totalisator Agency Board). NZ Team Selection The Directors shall appoint a committee to select an official New Zealand Team to compete against any other SNZ recognised team in the class required (i.e. Superstock, Super Saloon, Motor Cycle, Midget car, Three Quarter Midget car, etc) if the need arises each season. The Directors shall appoint a New Zealand Team Manager as required. Promoters who desire to use an Official New Zealand Team must make application to the Directors in writing at least 21 days prior to the date on which the proposed event will be held. No promoter is permitted to advertise, in any way, a meeting or Test Match between a New Zealand Team and any other Speedway New Zealand recognised team, unless he has the sanction of SNZ for the event and the New Zealand Team advertised is selected by a selection committee, which must be appointed by Speedway New Zealand. No licenced competitor of SNZ will allow his name to be advertised as an Official New Zealand Team member either in New Zealand or Overseas unless he has been advised of his selection personally by the appointed selection committee. Any promoter infringing the above regulation G4-8-1 shall be subject to a fine not exceeding $1,000 and the Chief Executive Officer of SNZ is authorised to insert a disclaimer notice in the necessary newspapers, declaring the advertised meeting as unofficial and not licenced. Insurance A Promoter must indemnify and keep indemnified SNZ and its successors in title against all claims, actions, proceedings, demands, costs, damages, and expenses, which may be brought or made against it by: (a) A Competitor or Competitors, or by a member or members, of the public attending a Speedway Meeting, promoted by the Promoter or by any other person whatsoever. (b) The administrators, executors or assigns of any Competitor or Competitors, or member or members of the public, or any other as aforesaid. A Promoter must take out a Public Risk and Property Damage Insurance Policy in the name of the Promoter with Insurance Company and pay all premiums in respect thereof as and when they fall due.
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