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Supplementary Regulations

August 12 t h to 14 t h 2010

Supplementary Regulations FIA Alternative Energies Cup 2010


Supplementary Regulations I






Entries open



Entry closing date (end of the reception date for complete and paid entries).



Confirmation of selected cars



Administrative checks and scrutineerings . Distribution of official documents and plates at the location of Frumherji, Hesthálsi.



Drivers briefing at Hotel Loftleidir Auditorium


11h00 13h00 14h00

Scrutineering prior to Parc Fermé for AEC begins at Perlan. Parc Fermé for AEC closes Start AEC leg one


08h00 14h00

Start of leg two Start of leg three


08h00 16h00 21h00

Start of leg four Publication of results and finishing ramp at Perlan Pricegiving

The programme is also detailed and maintained on the web at: and also via a Google calendar, which is available at:



ART. 1


This rally organised by Bifreiðaíþróttaklúbbur Reykjavíkur (Reykjavik Automobile Club, BIKR), under the care of the Fédération Internationale de l'Autmobile (FIA), of ASN members of the FIA and particularly the assistance of the Icelandic ASN is registered on the FIA events calendar. This FIA regulatiry and timed test rally, open for alternative energy vehicles, is named: Rally Reykjavik 2010 – FIA Alternative Energies Cup It will count towards the FIA Alternative Energy Cup, for the Manufacturer and Driver Trophies. It will be run in compliance with the FIA International Sporting Code (and its annexes), with the Sporting Regulations of the FIA Alternative Energies Cup, with the requirements of driving tests, the FIA standard supplementary regulation for regularity rally and the provisions of these supplementary regulations and appendixes The FIA visa number is: 7CEA120810.

ART. 2



Organising committee



Tryggvi M. Thordarson


Adalsteinn Johannsson, Jon Thor Jonsson, Isak Gudjonsson, Gudmundur Hoskuldsson, Thorsteinn Pall Sverrisson, Thorsteinn McKinstry, Alf Wardum, Hjalti Bjarnfinnsson

National ASN Court of Appeal A National Court of Appeal will be appionted by the Icelandic ASN.



Stewards of the Meeting Chairman:

Mr. Dennis Negkas (GRE) Chairman - appointed by the FIA


Indriði Þorkelsson, Arnaldur Hjartarson both appointed by the Icelandic ASN

Officials of the event


Supplementary Regulations Clerk of the Course:

Tryggvi M. Þórðarson

Deputy clerks of the course:

Þorsteinn Páll Sverrisson

Competitors relations officers:

Katrín Helga Reynisdóttir, Sigtryggur Harðarson

Route manager:

Sverrir Gislason

Press officer:


FIA technical delegate:


Chief scrutineer:

Hjalti Bjarnfinnsson appointed by the Icelandic ASN

Assistant scruitineers:

Ari Halldór Hjaltason, appointed by the Icelandic ASN

Chief medical officer:

Helgi Sigurðsson


Kristjan Valdimar Thormodsson, Maria Vilborg Ragnarsdottir

Timekeeping and classification:

Sigurður Runarz

Supervision of vehicles:

Alf Wardum



ART. 3


The event is around 580km total milage, which is divided into four legs during which seventeen regularity stages covering just over 300km and twelve timed tests will be held. The exact number of each may be subject to change. All legs will start and finish in Reykjavik. The ideal interval between competing cars is 1 (one) minute. The breakdown of the route is described on the time cards and the roadbook. The approximate total figures for each of the four legs are 162km, 129km, 140km and 153km respectively.

ART. 4


All vehicles wishing to participate in the event must be road-legal carrying a valid road safety certificate and have insurance valid for Iceland. Eligible cars are categorised as follow and may score point for the FIA Alternative Energies Cup: Category II

Electrically powered converted, modified and prototypes vehicles algamated to Category IIIA

Category III

Electrically powered series production vehicles algamated to Category IIIA

Category IIIA

Electrically powered Series Production Vehicles for daily use

Category VII

Hybrid electrical vehicles • fossil fuel + electric • bio fuel + electric

Category VIII

Other Alternative energy vehicles, according with text published in FIA bulletin N° 4269: a)

Electric vehicles that generate energy for electric propulsion by means of on-board fuel cells.


Vehicles propelled by any type of thermal motor using a type of renewable fuel.


Any vehicles with thermal engines using a fuel which consists of less than 50 % of commercially available Diesel fuel. Any vehicles with thermal engines using a fuel which consists of less than 15 % of commercially available petrol fuel, e.g E85. The tolerance ranges from 15 % to 35 %, e.g. E85 to E65. The calorific energy of the renewable fuel used during an event by a competing bi or multifuel vehicle must be at least 80% of the total calorific fuel energy used, otherwise the vehicle is excluded from the energy classification.


ART. 5


Any crew must be composed of a first driver and one crew member, all of them holding a valid driving licence. All crew members must stay on board during all the competition under penalty of exclusion from the race..


Supplementary Regulations All crew members must either : • •

hold any kind of drivers’ competition or regularity licence valid for 2010, issued by an ASN member of FIA, obtain a « Regularity Rally Driving Permit » degree INT – A,B,C, D or R (following appendix L of the FIA) issued by the Icelandic ASN and delivered during the administrative checks in the starting town. It will be subject of a payment of 60 € fee. The amount must be paid with the entry fees and will be not refundable in case of withdrawal.

ART. 6



Those wishing to take part in the event must send the entry form, duly completed, to the Organiser at any of the addresses defined in Art. 3.4.2 before the 6th August 2010 at 09:00. Details concerning the crew must be sent before the administrative checks. A crew member may only be replaced before the administrative checks and must be approved by the Organiser. Only the Stewards of the Meeting may authorize the replacement of all the crew members. A car may be replaced only if approved by the Organiser. As part of the registration process crews must send a recent identity photos to:


By submitting the entry application form, all entrants undertake to abide by the provisions of these regulations.


Address and contact details



BIKR Rally Reykjavik Engjateig 6 104 Reykjavik Iceland


+354-588-9110 / +354-692-3672 / +354-824-0670

Email information:

Email entries:

World wide web:

Team entry To participate in Team classifications, make and/or Club teams may be registered up until 6th August 2010 at 09:00. A car may only be registered for one make and/or one club team. A make team must be composed of a minimum of 3 cars of the same make but not necessarily of the same model, registered under the same Entrant. A club team being composed of a minimum of 3 crews for the same entrant, can enter under a freely chosen name.

ART. 7



The amount of entry fees is fixed for each crew consisting of 2 persons, Interval

Entry fee

From: 20th July 2010 @ 9:00 To: 6th August 2010 @ 8:59 From: 6th August 2010 @ 9:00 To: Administrative checks / scruitineering

€200 €400

The table above shows entries for private individuals. The entry fee for legal entities and or companies is twice the entry fee for private individuals. For competitors not accepting the official sponsors logos on their vehicles the entry fee is double the normal fee. The Organiser will confirm if an entry was accepted by 1st August 2010 the latest. 7.2

Entry fees include: • • •


Enty fees do not include: • • •


Rally plates and numbers Souvenirs of the event Two tickets to the prize presentation dinner held Saturday 14th August 2010

Insurance Meals Accommodation

Teams entry fees are set at €40 and must be received before scruitineering.


Supplementary Regulations 7.5

Payment details The entry fee must be paid by cash, cheque or by direct debet into either of the two following bank accounts: • •


IBAN IS34 0130 2600 0796 5711 7705 69  Swift: NBIIISRE IBAN IS34 0130 3871 0329 5711 7705 69  Swift: NBIIISRE

When paying in Icelandic funds use conversion rate at payment time. 7.6

Fees will be cashed in upon receipt of the entry, and will be refunded should the entry not be accepted. The cancellation fee is set at 30% of the entry fee paid, should the competitor withdraw before the 1st August 2010. In case of withdrawal after this date fees are not refundable.


Competitors whose entry is accepted by the organisers agree police authorities may inform the organisers of infringements of traffic laws in the time leading up to and during the event.

ART. 8



Competitors insurance Icelandic law stipulates that all cars taking part in any rally type of motorsport (regularity or special stage) must have a valid third party risk insurance (Traffic insurance) valid for the event. This insurance must be valid for road stages, regularity stages and timed tests of the event. Competitors must be able to supply proof of this during administrative checks / scruitineering. Foreign competitors can purchase the necessary additional coverage through: Sjova-Almennar Insurance Brokers Kringlan 5 103 Reykjavik ICELAND Tel: +354-440-2000 Fax: +354-440-2020 E-mail: Arndór Hjartarson <>


Organiser insurance The insurance policy of the Organiser only covers staff working directly for the Organiser, the damages and liabilities being defined yearly by the Icelandic Government.

ART. 9


The provisions of these regulations may be amended if necessary. Any amendment or additional provision will be announced on supplementary information bulletins, both dated and numbered, which will form an integral part of these regulations. Any bulletin issued after the beginning of the administrative checks must be signed by the Stewards of the Meeting. These bulletins will be posted on the official notice board at Perlan and on the website Furthermore, they will be directly communicated to the participants, who should sign to acknowledge receipt, unless it is materially impossible, during the course of the Rally

ART. 10


These supplementary regulations are in English only. The Clerk of the Course is responsible for the application of these regulations during the event. Any case not provided for herein will be judged by the Stewards of the Meeting, the only persons authorised to take such a decision.



ART. 11



Only crews specified on the entry form are admitted to the start. If one member withdraws or if an additional person is admitted on board, the car may be excluded from the event.


A specific sheet, considered as “identity card” bearing recent identity photos (4,5 x 3,5 cm), the signatures of the crew members, and all particular of the cars, must be affixed in the left side of the car for the entire duration of the Rally.


Driver and co-driver names must appear on each side of the car (Appendix X)

ART. 12



All starts will be given from minute to minute and in the competition numbers order.


Supplementary Regulations Any lateness at the start of the event or of a leg or section will be considered as lateness to a time control and penalised as such (art.19). A fixed penalty of 1800 points will be applied to anyone arriving more than 15 minutes late. 12.2

During the administrative checks, the Organising Committee will provide each crew with rally plates to be fixed to the vehicle as described in Appendix X


The officiall rally plates should not cover, even partially, the car’s licence plate. In case of withdrawal, or exclusion, the competitor must remove his rally plates and cross out his competition number. A penalty of 300 points will be applied if the plate or race number is lost.

ART. 13



At the start of the event, each crew will receive a time card showing the times allowed to cover the distance between two time control. This card his handed in at the final control on each leg and replaced by a new one at the start of the following leg. Each crew is solely responsible for its time card. The time card must be available for inspection on demand, especially at the control posts where it must be presented in person by a member of the crew for stamping.


Any loss or correction or amendment made to the time card results in exclusion, unless it has been approved by the appropriate Marshal.


The regularity test section sheets, if any, form an integral part of the time card.


The crew alone is responsible for submitting the time card at the various controls and for the accuracy of the entries.


Therefore, it is up to the crew to submit its time card to the marshals at the correct time and to check that the time is correctly entered. The post marshal is the only person allowed to enter the time on the time card, by hand or with a stamp.

ART. 14


14.1 .a.

HIGHWAY CODE For the entire duration of the event, the crews must strictly observe the traffic laws of the countries crossed. Any crew not complying with these traffic laws will be penalised as follows: 1st infringement = 3600 points 2nd infringement = exclusion from race Exceeding of 30 km/h the maximum speed authorized by civil laws will result in: 1st infringement = 3600 points 2nd infringement = exclusion from race The staff or officials who note an infringement of the traffic laws by a crew participating in the event,, must inform the offender there is of in the same way as for any ordinary road users.

14.1 .b.

POLICE AND CUSTOM FORMALITIES Should the case arise, competitors must be in possession of the necessary customs and insurance documents, to allow them to cross any country requiring their presentation.

14.1 .c.

WHEELS AND TYRES Only tyres which are in conformity with the road use of the countries crossed will be accepted, having the sign “DOT” or “E” marked on their sides. The use of studded tyres is not allowed. In case of breach 1st infringement = 3600 points 2nd infringement = exclusion from race


Repairs are permitted at any time throughout the event, except in those case expressly forbidden by a provision in the regulation (see art. 22 : Parc fermé). Netherless, any road assistance vehicles will be not be able to enter the regularity test areas during the event and until the last competitor passage for each regularity test, under pain of 3600 penalty points against the crew who benefits from that assistance.


Under risk of penalty, which may go as far as exclusion, crews are forbidden to: • •

deliberately block the passage of competing cars or preventing them from overtaking. behaving in an unsportsmanlike manner, themselves or their assistance team.


Supplementary Regulations ART. 15


Advertising space is as defined in Appendix II Competitors are allowed to affix any kind of advertising to their cars, provided that: • • • • •

It is authorised by Icelandic law and the FIA regulations. Icelandic law states that advertising for tobacco, tobacco products smokers’ requisites, betting and gambling is forbidden. Advertising for alcoholic beverages other than those containing less than 2.25% alcohol, is severely restricted by law. It is not likely to give offence. It is not political or religious in nature. It does not interfere with the crew’s vision through the windows.

The Organiser advertising which will be affixed on vehicle will be announced by a bulletin.

ART. 16



Cars must be in conformity with the road laws :


• safety belts • dipped headlights and driving lights, • stop lights, • flashing lights, • warning lights, • klaxon, • etc…. Each car will carry: • • •

an CEE homologated fire extinguisher, compatible with energy available on board, in a good state and an inspection date of less than two years, two yellow safety jackets with retro-reflective device, a hazard warning triangle.



ART. 17


Starting interval between the cars is 1 minute. The start is given in conformity with the programme. The exact starting time will be indicated on the time card. For the whole Rally, the official time will be the speaking clock of Iceland in telephone 155 during the Rally.

ART. 18



All controls, i.e. time controls, the start and the end of regularity test sections, are indicated by means of an FIA approved standardised signs in accordance with the designs in Appendix X.


The beginning of the control area is marked by a yellow warning sign showing the corresponding symbol. At a distance of about 25m, the position of the control post is indicated by an identical sign with a red background. The end of a control area, approximately 25m further on, is indicated by a final sign with a beige background and the three black transversal stripes. All control area (i.e. all the areas between the first yellow warning sign and the final beige one with three transversal stripes) are considered as “parc ferme”.


The crews are obliged, under pain of a penalty, to present themselves at any control in the correct order and right direction. Except case of “force majeure”, the detailed itinerary is compulsory and the use of any other itinerary will result in the penalty of 3600 points. The respect of the itinerary will be checked by passage controls as planned in art. 19.


The control posts will begin working 30 minutes before the target time for the passage of the first crew. They will cease to operate when the sweep car has passed the control or when told to do so by the Clerk of the Course.


Crews are obliged to follow the instructions of any post marshal.


The distinguishing signs of the officials and marshals are the official uniform of the ACM and the pin-on plaques indicating their port.

ART. 19



Passage Controls: The Marshals in charge of these controls must simply stamp and/or sign the time card without mentioning the time of passage as soon as the card his handed by the crew. The lack of an entry at a passage control will entail a fixed penalty of 1200 points. The Organiser may establish secret passage controls on the itinerary, at his discretion.


Time Controls:


Supplementary Regulations 19.B.1

At these controls, the post Marshals enter the time at which the crew member hands the time card. The target time checkin time is the time obtained by adding the time allowed to complete the road section to the starting time. The crew does not incur any penalty for early arrival if the vehicle enters the control zone during the target check-in minute or the minute preceding it. Example: Time allowed to complete the section 40 minutes Starting time 10h12’ Target check-in time 10h52’ Time of entrance in the control zone between 10h51’01’’ and 10h52’59’’ The target check-in time is the sole responsibility of the crew, who may consult the official clock on the control table, but the post marshals cannot given them any information on this target check-in time.


The difference between the ideal time and the target check-in time will be penalised. The calculation will be done at the second (example: 10 minutes late = 600 points of penalty). Any difference between the actual check-in and the target check-in time at a time control is penalised as follow: 60 points for late or early arrival, with a maximum authorised delay of 30 minutes that 1800 points. Lack of entry at a time control, or arrival outside the maximum authorised delay of 30 minutes will entail a fixed penalty of 1200 points. It is specified that the competitor will be excluded from the race if he arrives outside the maximum authorized delay of 30 minutes at the time control at the end of the 3 following legs: Those controls into which early arrival is allowed, will be clearly defined on the timecards and in the roadbook.


Withdrawal – catching up: If a crew interrupts the event by leaving the set route and misses a control, it may be readmitted to the event provided that it informs the Clerk of the Course within the hour following the expected time at this control, of the intention to continue the event. In this case, the crew will entail a penalty of 1800 points and its estimated consumption will be set as the worst consumption increased by 10%. Furthermore, the crew must be present at the end of the daily leg time control within 30 minutes following its theoretic target time, engine on and without any external help.

ART. 20



The average speed list for regularity tests sections will be handed during administrative checks. TIME KEEPING : The organiser may set up, at its own discretion, intermediate timekeeping points at any point on a regularity test section. There must be a minimum of one secret time check on each regularity test section. Netherless no time check will be done in villages, from the traffic sign “village entry” until one kilometre distance to after the “end of village” traffic sign. The regularity tests will have to be accomplished without stopping or slowing down in an excessive way, up to risk of penalties which can go to the race exclusion. The search, research, or any action aiming to locate the secret timings points, as well as transmission of this information, will be considered as an unsportsmanlike behaviour and will involve the immediate exclusion of the race for the competitor having benefited. Timing will be done to a second. For each second below or above the target time at this point (based on the distance from the start and the imposed average speed) a one point penalty will be imposed, with a maximum of 3600 points.


Regularity test sections are organised on roads open to public traffic. The crews must complete the regularity test sections at an average speed imposed by the organiser. The non respect of these rules may lead to the exclusion from the race. The finish line and any intermediate time checks will not be indicated. An “end of control area” sign will be set up by after the finish line (end) of a regularity test section, thus indicating to the crew that he has completed this regularity test section.


Timed tests are handling and manoeuvrability tests against the clock. They may vary in length from 150-500m. The area the timed test is held on is closed to normal traffic while the test is being run. TIME KEEPING: The timed tests are timed from the start to the finish line. A 5 seconds time penalty will be added for each occasion any of the following committed: • •

False start Striking a cone or other marker


Supplementary Regulations • • •

Crossing a baulk line or mounting a kerb Failing to cross or stop astride a line correctly – including the Finish Line Driving across the grass if the test instructions indicate a penalty will apply.

A 10 seconds time penalty will be added for each occasion any of the following committed: • • 20.4

Passing the wrong side of a cone or marker and not correcting the error (i.e. not manoeuvring the car to pass the correct side of the cone or marker) Failing to attempt a manoeuvre (e.g. reversing, parking or a stop astride line) – 10 seconds time penalties

Trip master calibration is left to the initiative of the crews and is not part of the itinerary. A roadbook is available, on the web, which will guide crews to the offically measured 1km.


Measure material All vehicles must be imperatively equipped with a calibrated accumulated counter. All measure materiel are authorised.


SYSTEM TO DETERMINE THE ENERGY CONSUMPTION INDEX (CI) The survey of energy consumption will be made following the methodology below. The system is applicable to all categories of vehicles regardless on the kind of motive power used. The data from this system cannot be considered in absolute terms, nevertheless such data can be considered reliable enough in order to fix a scale of consumption. For all types of energies, the unit of consumption measurements will be expressed in kW/h on the basis of equivalence (shared by the Scientific Community) reported on the following table: Approximate value kcal/l






Petrol (AVG and Auto)







Motor benzol (pure)







Ethanol (100%)







Methyl alcohol 100%







Motor petroleum







Gas oil and Naphtha (Diesel Fuel)








kcal/m3 Methane









Propane-Butane (mix) LPG (GPL)

24.000 % 26.000

27.912 % 30.238

12.296 % 13.321



Illuminating gas






Producer gas (gas generator)

1.000 % 1.400

1.163 % 1.628,20

1.011 % 1.416









*) Index will be calculated according to the values by Scrutineering, which vary depending on the type and concentration of bio-Diesel actually used. – Energy Consumption Index (CI) In order to establish the energy classification the following formula must be applied: C.I. = (ITE + RE) / (W * Km) The lowest index value C.I. establishes the winner . With the abbreviations: C.I.

Consumption Index


Energy [kWh] expressed at a discharge rate C1. This data must be provided by an official document issued by the accumulator manufacturer (see Batteries Data Form).


Supplementary Regulations RE

Energy recharged from the mains


"Ready-to-start" weight [kg] of the vehicle including luggage, payload, etc. and passengers measured at scrutineering.


At regularity events: total kilometres given by the organiser in the supplementary regulations, like the total length of the regularity test in a rally. At endurance events: total individual kilometres covered by a vehicle during a given race time.

The calorific energy of the fuels used during an event by a competing bi nor multi-fuel vehicle must be at least 80% of the total calorific fuel energy used, otherwise the vehicle is excluded from the energy classification and consequently also from the FIA Combined (Consumption + Regularity) classification.

ART. 21



The refuel disposal of each car will be sealed by Marshals at the exit of all compulsory refuelling ’points and in the starting towns Parc Fermé and at the exit of compulsory refuelling provided by the Organisation Committee. All refuelling apart refuelling points provided by the organisation are forbidden. In case of infringement a penalty of 1800 points will be applied. The compulsory refuelling ’ points list will be announced by a bulletin.


Consumption will not be measured during the Concentration Leg.


In case of waiting at the Organiser refuelling locations for fuel cell and electric vehicles with battery, this latency will be deducted of the time allowed to complete the section.


In order to facilitate the electric car recharging, the refuelling time will not be counted down of the Concentration leg time.


Crew using E85, NGV and vegetable oil will purchase, during administrative checks, from the organizer refuels stamps.

ART. 22


Cars are subject to “parc fermé” rules after administrative and scrutineering checks, between legs and at the end of the event. From the time they enter a control area (yellow sign) and until they leave it (end of control area sign), cars are subject to « parc fermé » rules. Whilst a car is subject to “parc fermé” rules, any intervention (repair. servicing/refuelling, etc…) is strictly prohibited and will result in a penalty of 1800 points.



ART. 23



Any crew taking part in the Rally must attend the planned administrative and scrutineering checks in accordance with the event timetable. Administrative checks Checking carry out before the start will be general. • • • • •

The following original papers must be presented at the administrative checks: Driving licence for each member of the crew, Drivers’ competition licence or Regularity Rally Driving Permit fro each member of the crew, the vehicle’s official documents as required by the national laws of the country where the car is registered (registration card), confirmation of car insurance (international green card).

The vehicles from categories II, VII, and VIII will provide a technical description of the car including safety devices used for electric system and special fuels. Scrutineering: • • • • •

Conformity of the Highway Code (Art. 14.1.c and Art. 16), Advertising in accordance with the regulations, Presence of plates and competition numbers, put under seals refuelling disposal, connecting up the equipment measuring electric consumption (for electrically powered vehicles supplied by battery).


The crew must be present at the scrutineering of the start with the “full” of energy required for the Concentration Leg.


Weighing of the vehicles will be made: • •

with crew on board the vehicle empty of all masses not in conformity with the vehicle homologation

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Supplementary Regulations •

the vehicle in working order


The Organising Committee allows itself to make weighing and fuel sample at any time on the itinerary.


The lowest value measured will be use as the reference weight.


The Organiser canto refuse any car to start that is different from the one mentioned on the entry form. In this case, the Organiser will keep the full entry fee.

ART. 24


During the last section and before entering the final “parc fermé”, crews must join, under responsibility of a Marshal, the refuelling point mentioned by the Organiser in order to do the complete refuelling and make the measure consumption. The Organiser reserves the rights to carry out, by Scruitineers, conformity controls of the cars.

ART. 25

SUMMARY OF PENALTIES Non admission to start



11.1 12.1 17

Withdrawalal of a crew member

12.3 13.2

Lack of competition number or plate Loss or correction on the timecard withou approval from marshal


Traffic laws:


Exclusion 


+15' after starting time


Penalty points

300 

1st infringement 2nd infringement 1st infringement 2nd infringement

3600  3600 

14.3 18.3

Unsportsmanlike behaviour Itinerary not followed

19.A 19.A

No entry at a Passage stamp Control (CP) No entry at a Time stamp Control (CH)

1200 1200

19.B2 19.B2

1’ late arrival at a Time Control (CH) 1’ early arrival at a Time Control (CH)

60 60

19C 19C

Arrival outside the maximum permitted delay of 30' at a TC at the end of leg No entry at a Passage or a Time Control without informing the Clerk of the Course

21.1 22

Refuelling outside compulsory points Breach of parc fermé regulations


No presentation of original papers Non compliance with the entry form


Any overtaking exceeding 30% of the average speed: 1st infringement 2nd infrigement

 3600

  1800 1800

14.2 20.1 20.1 20.1

Crossing of the assistance on regularity test during the event Stopping or waiting during a regularity test By early or late second ...with a maximum of “Recce” throughout the event

20.2 20.2

Regularity test section not completed Regularity test section not started

  3600  3600  1 3600  1800 3600



ART. 26



Penalties are expressed in regularity and driving test penalty points as described in Article 20, and, consumtion index as described in Article 20A.


Regularity and Driving test Classification. The crew with the lowest total of points combined will be declared the winner.


Consumption Tests Final Classification.

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Supplementary Regulations The crew with the lowest consumption index will be declared the winner. 26.4

Regularity, Driving Test and Consumption Tests Final Classification. The crew with the lowest number of points obtained by adding together the positions of each crew in each of the above classifications.


Category Classification The crew with the lowest number of points in 26.2.3 by competition category.


Teams Classification. The winning team for this classification is the one which has the lowest number of penalties after adding the results of the three best crews.


FIA Classifications


Energy Consumption Test

A general classification for vehicles of Category VII&VIII (joint)

A general classification for vehicles of Category IIIA (electric vehicles) and amalgamated vehicles of Categories II and III.


Regularity Test

A general classification for vehicles of Category VII&VIII (joint)

A general classification for vehicles of Category IIIA (electric vehicles) and amalgamated vehicles of Categories II and III.


In order to attribute points for the FIA Alternative Energies CUP will be issued 2 final combined classifications., taking into account the General Classifications for Energy Consumption Test and the General Classifications for regularity Test:

One for Category VII&VIII

One For Category IIIA an amalgamated (II and III)

Energy Consumption Test


General overall classification The general overall classification of “Regularity Test” and “Consumption Test”, the awarding of points for FIA Titles will be determined as follows: A) “Regularity Test” (RT) final classification will assign a number of points equal to the final position achieved; ex: 1 to the first, 2 to the second an so on. B) “Consumption Test”(CT) final classification will assign a number of points equal to the final position achieved; ex: 1 to the first, 2 to the second an so on. The final result for the FIA Cup Alternative Energies is obtained by adding the 2 scores above mentioned, as per the order resulting by such addition, by the lowest score up to the higher (ex: the winner of the race will be the crew which has achieved the minimum score by adding A + B.




Regularity Test classification In case of ex aequo, the biggest number of first places, second places etc… achieved during the tests will be determinant.


Consumption Test classification In case of ex aequo, the lowest C.I calculated in decimals, centimeters etc. will be determinant.


Combined classification for the Alternative Energies FIA Cup (RT+ CT) In case of ex aequo, the best result in the Consumption classification will be determinant.


The rule deciding between drivers who have scored exactly the same points total shall be as shown in the below exampe: Regularity Test Classification Position Race Number RT Points 1st 8 1 2nd 9 4 3rd 11 3 4th 3 8 5th 12 6 6th 2 12 7th 9 2

Consumption Test Classification Position Race Number CT Points 1st 8 1 2nd 9 4 3rd 11 3 4th 3 8 5th 12 6 6th 2 12 7th 9 2

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Supplementary Regulations 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th

Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

ART. 27

7 13 10 4 1 5

8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th

11 5 7 9 13 10

7 13 10 4 1 5

Combined Results Regularity Test + Consumption Test Race Number RT Points CT Points Total Points 8 1 + 2 = 3 9 4 + 1 = 5 11 3 + 7 = 10 3 8 + 4 = 12 12 6 + 6 = 12 2 12 + 3 = 15 9 2 + 13 = 15 7 11 + 5 = 16 13 5 + 11 = 16 10 7 + 10 = 17 4 9 + 9 = 18 1 13 + 8 = 21 5 10 + 12 = 22

11 5 7 9 13 10

FIA AE Cup 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

TROPHIES AND AWARDS All awards, cups and trophies will be presented at the Rallyball held on 14 th August 2010. Should winners fail to attend the ceremony they may forfeit the right to both cups and awards.


Regularity and Driving Test Trophy


Consumption Tests Trophy


Regularity, Driving Test and Consumption Tests Trophy


Category Trophy


Teams Trophy


FIA Trophy

ART. 28


The prize giving will take place during the prize presentation dinner on Saturday 14th August 2010.

ART. 29



All protests must be lodged in accordance with Art. 174 of the FIA International Sporting Code and given in writing to the Clerk of the Couse accompanied by a fee of €1000, which is the protest fee. A protest may only be lodged by one crew and may only concern one single crew or the Organiser.


If the protest requires dismantling and reassembly of different parts of the car, the claimant must pay an additional deposit:


For a protest involving a clearly defined part of the car (Example: engine, transmission, steering, braking system, electrical installation, bodywork etc.) €500


For a protest involving the whole car €1000.

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Supplementary Regulations APPENDIX â&#x20AC;&#x201C; I


The diameter of the signs is around 700mm. All distances are approximate and will take note of the environment they are placed in.

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Supplementary Regulations APPENDIX – II


General The Organiser will provide each crew with the number identification, which must be affixed to their car in the positions stated prior to scrutineering. Any advertising within this identification is obligatory and may not be refused by the competitors/entrants.

Door panels Two front door panels, designed as squares, measuring 650mm wide by 500 cm, with leg of the square being 170mm wide including a 10mm white surround. Each of these panels shall comprise a matt black competition number box, 160mm wide by 160mm high, which shall always be at the front of the panel. Numerals will be fluorescent yellow (PMS 804). The remainder of this door panel is reserved for the organiser. Each panel shall be placed horizontally at the leading edge of each front door, with the number at the front. The top of the plate shall be between 70mm and 100mm below the lower limit of the window. No signage, other than the colour scheme of the car, shall be placed within 50mm of this panel.

Rear window One rear window panel measuring a maximum of 300mm wide and 100mm high shall be positioned at the top center of the rear window. The panel shall comprise a matt black competition number box, 100mm wide by 100mm high, on the left side. Numerals will be fluorescent yellow (PMS 804). The remainder of this rear window panel is reserved for the organiser.

Side windows Two side window panels measuring 400mm wide by 230mm high including a 10mm white surround. Each of these panesl shall compromise a matt black competition number box, 160mm wide by 160mm high, which shall always be at the front of the panel. Numerals will be fluorescent yellow (PMS 804). The driver’s surname, together with the national flag of the country of the ASN from which he/she has obtained his/her licence, must appear on the rear side window on both sides of the car, adjacent to the competition number. The driver’s surname must be: - In Helvetica: upper case for the first letter of the name and the remainder in lower case. - In white on a clear background. - 10 cm high and with a stroke width of 1.5 cm. In case of glass breakage, a penalty for not carrying the driver’s name will not be applied.

Front plate One plate fitting into a rectangle 430mm wide by 215mm high.

Location of panels

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Supplementary Regulations APPENDIX – III


Entrant, Driver and Co-Driver: Entrant



Team name Last name First name(s) Date of birth Nationality Blood group Sex

F 

Postal address

E-mail Tel (work) Tel (GSM) Tel (Fax) Passport # Compeition licence # Issuing ASN Driving licence # Country of issue

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M 

F 

M 

Supplementary Regulations APPENDIX – III


Car details: Make Type Registration # Year made Predominant color Country of regstration Homologation # Body # Technical passport # Insurance company Insurance contract # Vehicle total weight (kg)


Vehicle energy capacity max

Kg  

Diesel Hydrogen

 


E85  Electricity 

Which energies used

Petrol LPG

Voltage of charge

220V to 240V, Dual 63A available for each car.

CNG Other AE

 

Categories: Ref Art. 4






Petrol/Diesel + elec

Bio + elec




Documents to be submitted: Identity photos of the driver and co-driver (size 4.5x3.5 cm with the name written on the reverse side) Photocopy of registering certificate Photo of the car Entry fees

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Supplementary Regulations APPENDIX – III


Entry fees: Description

Entry fee payable €

From: 20th July 2010 @ 9:00 To: 6th August 2010 @ 8:59 With Organiser optional advertising / private entrant €200 With Organiser optional advertising / legal entrant €400 Without Organiser optional advertising / private entrant €400 Without Organiser optional advertising / legal entrant €800 From: 6th August 2010 @ 9:00To: Administrative checks / scruitineering With Organiser optional advertising / private entrant €400 With Organiser optional advertising / legal entrant €800 Without Organiser optional advertising / private entrant €800 Without Organiser optional advertising / legal entrant €1600 Regulatiry competition driving permit, valid from 11th August 2010 to 14th August 2010


Team entry fee

€40 Total payable

Payment means:  Cheque Payable to: BIKR Rally Reykjavik

Direct bank transfer ISK:IBAN IS34 0130 2600 0796 5711 7705 69 Swift: NBIIISRE EUR:IBAN IS34 0130 3871 0329 5711 7705 69 Swift: NBIIISRE


Declaration of indemnity: I accept without reserve the terms of the “Rally Reykjavik 2010 – going green” Regulations and in particular its insurance provisions and scope of coverage. I understand that I should take out any additional insurance that I consider appropriate covering my own personal injuries and property damage. I hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless Bifreiðaíþróttaklúbbur Reykjavíkur (BIKR – Reykjavik Autosport Club), its representatives and staff for any liability in respect of personal injury, property and other damage suffered by me, arising out of the competition and which would not be covered by the insurance taken out by the Bifreiðaíþróttaklúbbur Reykjavíkur (BIKR – Reykjavik Autosport Club) for the “Rally Reykjavik 2010 – going green”

Acknowledgement and agreement: By my signature I declare that all the information contained on my entry form is correct and that I fully understand and agree to the terms and conditions of the above indemnity and that I accept all the terms and conditions relating to my participation in this event. ASN stamp or regularity permit

Signature of entrant

Signature of 1st driver


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Signature of co-driver

Supplementary Regulations APPENDIX – IV


Application for a licence to drive in FIA Regularity Rally, valid from 11 th to 14th August 2010 This request applies only to persons not holding a competition license which is mandatory for all crew members, and must, at the latest be returned to Bifreiðaíþróttaklúbbur Reykjavíkur (BIKR – Reykjavik Autosport Club), before 1 st August 2010. Last name First name(s) Nationality Date of birth Place of birth I accept unreservedly the terms of the Regulations of the FIA and have read the terms of insurance attached and those mentioned in Art. 8 of the supplementary regulations for “Rally Reykjavik 2010 – going green”. I understand that I should take out any additional insurance (but not mandatory) that I consider appropriate concerning my person and my property. I release the Bifreiðaíþróttaklúbbur Reykjavíkur (BIKR – Reykjavik Autosport Club), its personal representatives from all liability for personal injury, property or other damage suffered by myself and / or my property which are not compensated by the insurance taken by BIKR





Please note: The sum of €60 must be paid together with the entry fee and will not be refundable in case of withdrawal. A valid driving licence must be shown at the administrative checks / scruitineering.

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Rally Reykjavik 2010 Supplementary Regulations for FIA Alternative Energies Cup  
Rally Reykjavik 2010 Supplementary Regulations for FIA Alternative Energies Cup  

Rally Reykjavik 2010 Supplementary Regulations for the FIA Alternative Energies Cup