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TECHNI CAL SPECI FI CATI ONS & RACI NG RULES SECTI ON T7 : RACI NG NUM BERS T7 T7-1

T7-1-1

T7-1-2 T7-2

T7-3

RACING NUMBERS Identification Numbers Each race vehicle or competitor must carry prominently displayed identification numbers or colours as per individual section regulations. No two or more local vehicles, in any class, may carry the same numbers as another competitor at the track to which they are contracted. The Track Licence holder shall be responsible for the allocation of racing numbers on all classes of vehicles. Racing Numbers (a) Racing numbers will be between 4 and 99, inclusive. (b) Two-digit racing numbers beginning or ending in '0', other than '10' are not allowed in any class of vehicle, i.e. 0-, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 are not permitted. (c) Racing numbers of more than two digits must be applied for to SNZ Directors. (d) Respective placegetters in the NZ Championships can choose to have 1,2,3 as their number and to add NZ if they wish. All numbers must be legible and of contrasting colours. Track identification codes must appear immediately after race numbers on all vehicles, 50mm x 7mm for TQ's and motorcycles, 100mm x 13mm for all other vehicles - must be legible and of contrasting colours. Exception: Vehicles eligible to carry 1, 2, or 3, may substitute NZ for their track code Palmerston Nth P Kihikihi K Waikato H Ruapuna C Stratford S Hawkes Bay B Wellington W Western Springs A Rotorua R Waikaraka Park A Gisborne G Bay Park M Wanganui V Dunedin D Woodford Glen C Nelson N Invercargill I Cromwell T Blenheim E Greymouth GM Westport Y Oreti O Rosebank A Moore Park C Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Selected classes of race vehicles will be required to carry permanent Vehicle Identification Numbers, affixed to the chassis in the area of the firewall and recorded in the logbook.

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2010 NZ Speedway Rule Book  

2010 NZ Speedway Rule Book