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August 12 t h to 14 t h 2010

Supplementary Regulations


1.

Overview

This rally will be held under the present • • •

FIA International Sporting Code (and its appendices) FIA General Prescriptions (FIA GP) applicable to all FIA Rally Championships Applicable National regulations and these Supplementary Regulations.

All of these regulations are easily and readily obtainable and downloadabe from the web. These Supplementary Regulations are published in the following manner: • •

In English only In PDF format available on the Rally Reykjavik website at http://rallyreykjavik.net/index.php/RR/SuppRegs

The official bulletinboard for the competition is on the web at: •

http://rallyreykjavik.net/index.php/RR/Bulletins

where changes to these Supplementary Regulations will be announced to all entrants by numbered and dated bulletins immediately. Bulletins will also be made available in written form at rally headquarters in Perlan during the event and to competitiors.

2.

Programme

The programme of the event is aimed at giving information to competitors, spectators and the media. It has all of the official dates and times necessary to make advance preparations. A timeschedules for an event such as motorsport is partly cast in stone, but, partly it is in flux and changing. The organisers have thus decided to use the web in conjunction with an electronic calendar, to best enable interested parties to follow it. The detailed programme can thus be found on the web at: http://rallyreykjavik.net/index.php/Cmp/Programme and also via a Google calendar, which is available at: http://www.google.com/calendar/ical/2pb44okucj1n52jei1n6g77ee4%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics

3.

Organisation and Description

3.1

Titles for which the rally counts

Results from this event count towards the following titles: • • • •

National Championship Single Axle Championship Non-Turbo 4x4 Championship Jeep Championship

3.2

Organiser’s name

Bifreiðaíþróttaklúbbur Reykjavíkur (Reykjavik AutoClub)

3.3

Address and contact details

Address

BIKR Rally Reykjavik Engjavegi 6 104 Reykjavík Iceland

Telephone

+354-692-3972 or +354-824-0670

Email

info at rallyreykjavik dot net

Internet

http://www.rallyreykjavik.net

3.5

Organising committee

Tryggvi M Þórðarson, Sverrir Gislason, Jón Þór Jónsson.

3.6

Stewards of the Meeting

Indriði Þorkelsson, chairman

Appointed by Icelandic MSA

Ásgeir Örn Rúnarsson Arnaldur Hjartarson

Both appointed by Icelandic MSA


Supplementary Regulations 3.7

Senior officials

Clerk of the Course:

Tryggvi M. Þórðarson

Competitors Relations Officer:

Katrín Helga Reynisdóttir Sigtryggur Harðarson

Route manager:

Sverrir Gislason

Press Officer:

TBN

Chief Scrutineer:

Hjalti Bjarnfinnsson

Chief Medical Officer:

Helgi Sigurðsson

Staffing:

Kristjan Valdimar Þomóðsson, María Vilborg Ragnarsdóttir

Timekeeping and classification:

Sigurður Runarz

Supervision of vehicles:

Alf Wardum

3.8

Road surface

Mostly gravel with two stages run on rough sealed surface, and two partly on rough sealed surface.

3.9

Location of rally headquarters

Rally headquarters will be at Perlan where a rally, road safety andvehicle eco show will be the same week as the event.

3.10

Location of overnight parc fermé

Overnight Parc Fermé for all vehicles will be in a closed warehouse.

4.

Entries

4.1

Entry procedure

Those wishing to take part in Rally Reykjavik 2010 must send an entry form duly completed (including co-driver details) to the Rally Office (address details in Art. 3.3) before the closing of entries; 6 th August 2010 at 22h00. The entry will only be accepted if accompanied by the total amount of the entry fee. Entry forms, in Windows Word 2007 document format, can be downloaded from http://www.rallyreykjavik.net/download/entryform.doc, which can be emailed to entries@rallyreykvik.net after filling in the necessary details. When confirmation of payment is received the entry is considered valid. An on-line entry form is available at http://www.rallyreykjavik.net/entries. considered valid.

When confirmation of payment is received the entry is

The driver shall have a valid drivers licence applicable to the type of car used. Native drivers shall both be members of an auto sportsclub within the LIA. All drivers shall hold a valid LIA competitors licence or international ASN competitors licence.

4.2

Number of entrants

The number of entrants accepted is 90. If more than 90 entries are received the organiser reserves the right to decide which entries among the non-priority drivers will be accepted.

4.3

Classes

4.3.1

Group N: • • • •

4.3.2

N1 – up to and including 1400cc N2 – over 1400cc up to and including 1600cc N3 – over 1600cc up to and including 2000cc N4 – over 2000cc. Group A:

• • • • 4.3.3

A5 – up to and including 1400cc A6 – over 1400cc up to and including 1600cc A7 – over 1600cc up to and including 2000cc A8 – over 2000cc. Group X

• •

X9 – up to and including 2000cc X10 – over 2000cc

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Supplementary Regulations 4.3.4

Group J • •

J11 – up to and including 2500cc J12 – over 2500cc

Each class shall contain at least three (3) cars. If the number of cars entered in the same class is lower than this, they will then be combined with the class immediately above, in other words, with cars having greater cubic capacity.

4.4

Entry fees Interval

Private individual entry fees Special Stage Rally

From 1st March 2010 @ 9:00

To 17th May 2010 @ 8:59

17th May 2010 @ 9:00 6th August 2010 @ 9:00

6th August 2010 @ 8:59 Scruitineering

Road Rally

Normal fuel €190

Alt fuel €190

Zero emission €150

FIA AEC €150

Other €150

€250 €500

€250 €500

€200 €400

€200 €400

€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. Entry fees include two tickets to the prize presentation dinner held Saturday 14 th August 2010. They include neither accommodation nor any other meals. Teams entry fees are set at €40 and must be received before scruitineering.

4.5

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

ISK: EUR:

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.

4.6

Refund

Entry fees will be refunded in full to candidates whose entry has not been accepted or in case of the rally not taking place. Organisers may refund part of the entry fee to those competitors who, for reasons "force majeure" (duly certified by their ASN), are unable to start in the rally. This must be applied for in writing containing reason for claim.

4.7

Personal information waiver

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

5. Insurance 5.1

Traffic insurance

Icelandic law stipulates third party risk insurance (Traffic insurance) is compulsory for all cars taking part in a rally. This insurance should be valid for both the road stages and the special stages of the event. Competitors must be able to supply proof of this. Foreign competitors can purchase the necessary additional coverage through: Sjova Insurance Brokers Kringlan 5 103 Reykjavik ICELAND Tel: +354-440-2000 Fax: +354-440-2020

5.2

Cars insured by foreign companies

Competition cars insured by foreign companies must have traffic insurance valid for Iceland. Confirmation thereof may be in the form of an International Motor Insurance Card (Carte Internationale d’Assurance Automobile). This card (green card) is obtainable in the competitors’ home country and must indicate it is valid for this competition. Those competitors wishing to supplement their existing policy or who wish to obtain a valid insurance policy for the special stages can contact Sjova Insurance Brokers (See Art 5.1) for further information.

5.3

Insurance amounts

The insurance policy of the Organisers only covers staff working directly for the Organisers, the damages and liabilities being defined

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Supplementary Regulations yearly by the Icelandic Government.

6.

Car identification

6.1

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.

6.2

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.

6.3

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 and will have the name SAMSKIP printed on it.

6.4

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.

6.5

Front plate

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

6.6

Location of panels

6.7

Restrictions on advertising

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 and smokers’ requisites 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 respects the last paragraph of Article 15.2 It does not interfere with the crew’s vision through the windows.

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Supplementary Regulations 7.

Tyres, lights etc

The usage of tires is according to Icelandic traffic law, which states a minimum thread depth of 1,6mm and prohibits the use of “slicks”. Icelandic traffic law extends to regulations regarding lights, which must always be turned on, radio (see Appendix D), vehicle inspection and insurance.

8.

Reconnaissance

8.1

Pacenotes

The organisers do not supply pacenotes, but, crews may use their own pacenotes.

8.2

Road closure

Competitors are reminded that during reconnaissance, roads will not be closed, so normal traffic law applies to maximum speed, etc. Where the route is on private land, permission from the landowner has to be sought prior to reconnaissance.

8.3

Reconnaissance car

Reconnaissance of special stages is not allowed in a competition car after a valid entry has been submitted for that car and after the last rally prior this event has been run.

8.4

Reconnaissance

During reconnaissance and throughout the event competitors who are driving or being driven at an excessive speed or in a way which, in the opinion of the Organisers, causes or could cause danger or inconvenience to other road users or local residents will be penalised as follows: First offence, fine of €300 Second offence, fine of €1000 Third offence, start refused For the purposes of this Regulation the decision of the Clerk of the Course with the agreement of the Stewards of the Meeting will be final. Such a decision will be made irrespective of whether or not Police action is taken and irrespective of the outcome of such action. There is no right of protest nor appeal and entry fees will not be refunded. Notification of penalties will be made to competitors at the earliest opportunity but competitors may, if appropriate, be notified of second or third offences simultaneously with notification of first or second offenses.

9.

Scrutineering

9.1

Documents checked • • • • • • •

9.2

Drivers and co-drivers competition licence Drivers and co-drivers club membership (local drivers only) Drivers driving licence Authorisation from the drivers’ ASN to take part in the rally (foreign drivers) Information given on the entry form Insurance cover (third parties) for the rally car Documents and registration papers for the rally car

Drivers equipment checked

Drivers helmets and flame-resistant clothing (including overalls, underwear, shoes and gloves where applicable)

9.3 Drivers presense Drivers are not required to attend scrutineering, but it is recommended.

10.

Features of the rally

10.1

Icelandic Rally Championship

The event will give 1.25 times the usual points towards the Icelandic Rally Championship for the year 2010. Competitors must indicate on the registration form

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Supplementary Regulations 10.2

Start of the rally

There is no ceremonial start in this rally. The official start of the rally will be at the TC into the Parc FermĂŠ before the start of the rally.

10.3

Change of time cards

A time card will be issued at the start of each leg with the time card retrieved at the end of the leg.

10.4

Retirement

When retiring, crews are obliged to give their time card to the next TC or to the Sweeper car.

10.5

Re-entering procedure

The following pertains to cars that start leg one and have finished leg four. Those cars not starting leg 1 will receive a status of DNS and those cars not finishing leg four will receveie a status of DNF. Should a car for any reason not complete leg one, two or three, it may start the preceeding leg incurring a five (5) minute penalty on the best time in class for each stage and also a five (5) minute penalty each roadsection in the leg that were not driven. This penalty is added to the total penalty in the normal manner. Example: Car drops out on the penultimate stage in a leg. The penalty incurred is: Best time in class for penultimate special stage + 5:00 Best time in class for last special stage + 5:00 Penalty for roadsection between penultimate and last stage is 5:00 Penalty for last roadsection is 5:00 Giving a total of twenty (20:00) minute additional penalty. The starting order of the car is left to the initiative of the organisers. The crew and car cannot be changed. A crew excluded from the event on grounds of these Regulations and the Internation Sporting Code will not permitted to re-enter the remaining legs. The organisers reserve the right to ask the chief scrutineer and or the chief medical officer to inspect the car and crew respectively prior to allowing re-entry, irrespective of reason for dropout. The crew must inform the organisers their intent to compete by noting so in the Notes section of the last page of the timecard and confirm it no later than sixty (60) minutes prior to the start of the next leg. After the organisers have publish the start order for the leg normal provisions of these regulations apply in entering time controls etc.

10.5

Early check-in

Crews are authorised to check in early without incurring a penalty at all TCs leading to a timed service and the TC into Parc FermĂŠ at end of leg.

10.6

Change of place at start of special stage

Cars that have checked in at a start of special stage timecontrol and have been given a starting time, may change places with the next car, at their own discretion, provided neither car is already at the starting line. They must inform the official at the start line who will change the times on the time card to reflect this.

10.7

Timing

Timing is done to the second. The time used is that of Ms Clock in telephone 155.

10.8

Group J in Leg 1

The cars entered in group J will be run four minutes after all other cars during the first leg only. After that they will be placed normally.

11.

Prizes

11.1 Presentation 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. Those competitors finishing first, second and third overall will not be awarded general group nor class awards, cups and/or trophies.

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Supplementary Regulations 11.2 Overall winners First place trophy and awards, second place trophy and third place trophy.

11.3 The top Icelandic crew A trophy for the highest placed Icelandic crew should the overall first place fall to a non-Icelandic crew.

11.4 Group awards. First place award for the winner of each group.

11.5 Class awards First place award for the winner of each class.

11.6 The Ashfield Motors Scottish Trophy Originally presented by Philip Walker, Gordon Dean and Gerry Facenna in fond memory of Hafsteinn Hauksson, to be awarded to the man of the rally. The trophy will be kept at the Icelandic Motorsport Association offices. Winners will receive a trophy to keep.

11.7 Other awards and trophies. Other awards that will be presented are: Team Awards; souvenir Awards; drivers and support crew of each car officially classified as a having finished; drivers and support crew of each car that fails to be officially classified as a non-finisher; staff.

12.

Final check and protests

12.1 Final checks Cars subject to final checks (decision by the Stewards and announced to the competitor concerned at the finish TC) must have one representative of the entrant as well as mechanics (in case of dismantling) present at the final check.

12.2 Protest fees The protest fee is €400

12.3 Additional fees 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 (engine, transmission, steering, braking system, electrical installation, bodywork etc.) €400 For a protest involving the whole car €1000.

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Supplementary Regulations Appendix A

Rally control signs

In general the yellow signs mean beginning or end of control zone, whereas red ones denote a compulsory stop. The exception from that is the red flying-finish sign, where competitors should not stop. The diameter of the signs is around 400mm. All distances are approximate and will take note of the environment they are placed in.

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Supplementary Regulations Appendix B

Terminology

The following terminology is used in these regulations: ROAD SECTION : Section of the itenerary between two successive time controls. SECTION : All the zones: •

between the start and the first regrouping halt.

between two successive regrouping halts.

between the last regrouping halt and the finish of the stage or the event.

LEG : Each part of the event, separated by a stopping time of nine (9) hours, or by a stopping time at least equal to the duration of the course completed if this is less than seven (7) hours. NEUTRALISATION PERIOD : Time during which the crews are stopped by the rally organisers for whatever reason. REGROUPING : Stop scheduled by the organisers to enable the theoretical times to be observed on the one hand, and on the other, to regroup the cars still in the event. The stopping time may vary according to the crews. PARC FERMÉ : Zone in which no repairs or intervention is possible, except in the cases expressly provided for by the Regulations of the International Championship and by the Supplementary Regulations of the event. BULLETIN : Official bulletin which is an integral part of the regulations of the event and intended to modify, clarify or complete the latter. The bulletins must be numbered and dated. The entrants (or crew members) must confirm receipt thereof by signature. The bulletins are established: •

by the organisers, up until the day of scrutineering.

by the stewards of the meeting throughout the competition.

TIME CARD : Card intended for the stamps of the different control points scheduled on the itinerary. This card must allow for one page per zone (title VIII, Article 16 of the Common Organising Conditions). A time card must be issued for each section of each leg. SPECIAL STAGE : Speed tests on roads closed specially for the event.

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Supplementary Regulations Appendix C

Competitors' Relations Officer

Principal missions: Inform the competitors and play the role of mediator at all times. This post is entrusted to an official in possession of a licence issued by his ASN as it implies a certain knowledge of the general regulations. He may attend the meeting of the Panel of the Stewards of the Meeting, in order to keep abreast of all the decisions taken. The Competitors' Relations Officer will be able to be easily identified by the competitors, as he will both wear a conspicuous badge and vest and will be introduced to competitors at briefings. Presence at the running of an event : When the Rally Office is opened, the Secretary of the Meeting will draft a schedule of the Competitors' Relations Officer's duties which shall be posted on the notice board of the event and which shall include: • Presence at scrutineering. • At the Rally Office. • At the start of the event. • At the regrouping halt. • Parc Fermé at end of sections • Near the Parc Fermé at the arrival (the latter being dependent on the rally timetable). Function: • Give accurate answers to all questions asked. • Provide all information or additional clarifications in connection with the regulations and the running of the event. Concertation : Avoid forwarding questions to the Panel of the Stewards of the Meeting which could be solved satisfactorily by a clear explanation, with the exception of protests (for example, clarify disputes over times, with the assistance of the timekeepers). The Competitors' Relations Officer shall refrain from saying anything or taking any action which might give rise to protests.

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Supplementary Regulations Appendix D

Radio Frequencies and Their Usage

Guidance Notes for Types of Radio Equipment If you are intending to use radio communication throughout the rally, the following notes give a broad outline of the various options available. In general, the equipment/licence will fall into one of the following categories: Citizens Band (CB) A competition car equipped with a CB radio shall use Channel 19 for communications and in emergencies. Other channels should be used for private communications. The use of amplifiers is not permitted. Amateur Radio The use of amateur radio equipment is not permitted unless all the users hold a current amateur radio licence. As this, in practical terms, is highly unlikely, such use is not usual. Cellular Telephone The use of cellular telephones is permitted. Temporary Licences For the use of radio which does not come within any of the above categories, a temporary licence may be arranged. Application forms and further information can be found on the homepage of the Post and Telecom Administration (PTA) www.pta.is, under Technic and frequencies and Temporary licences. Use of Radio Equipment PTA is responsible for the management of the radio spectrum. For many users of radio, particularly the emergency services, any breakdown in their systems due to interference from unlicensed equipment can have life threatening consequences. Any unlicensed use or equipment operated outside the terms of such a licence is a major concern for the PTA. Requirements of the PTA Any radio equipment used by a competitor and/or the associated support teams in Iceland must be covered by a licence issued by the PTA. Its operation must be strictly within the terms and conditions of the licence. The installation or use of equipment operated outside the terms renders the operator/installer liable to prosecution. Upon conviction, the equipment is liable to forfeiture together with fines and/or imprisonment. Scrutineering To ensure that illegal equipment (or unauthorised frequencies) are not used during the rally PTA staff may inspect competitors' radio equipment at the pre-event scrutineering and might also be present throughtout the event itself to monitor and check radio equipment in the rally cars and service vehicles. Further Information Post and Telecom Administration in Iceland Sudurlandsbraut 4, 2.h., 108 Reykjavik, Iceland Telephone: +354-510-1500 Fax: +354-510-1509 email: pta _at_ pta.is Web: www.pta.is

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Supplementary Regulations Appendix E

Group J Definitions

Group J Definitions Cars in group J can belong to any of the following three definations:

1.

Series production cross country cars (Category I Group T2)

All vehicles defined in appendix J, article 281 in the FIA year book. Valid homologation papers must at all times be in the vehicle during competition.

2.

Improved cross country cars (Category II Group T1)

All vehicles defined in appendix J, article 281 in the FIA year book. Valid homologation papers must at all times be in the vehicle during competition.

3.

Open class

3.1

General

Open class of vehicles that not covered by articles 1. and 2. are subject to the following articles. 3.2

Defination

Vehicles mass produced by a vehicle manufacturer generally available for normal retail sales via a network of dealers and having 1. been officially registred in the as a 'jeep' or off-road. Should the vehicle be registred as a rally car, the registration of the same type vehicle will be used; 2. a weight of 3000kg or less; 3. four wheel drive; 4. both a high and low ratio gearbox; 5. a valid insurance and be eligible for public road use; 6. been found to comply with the FIA safety regulations for cars competing in rallies; 7. an engine power output of 300BHP or less at the wheels in a dyno test; 8. the structure either a frame or a chassis, not a space frame; 9. the original location of the engine; 10. tires no more than 10% bigger than the original tires by the manufacturer. 3.3

Allowed changes

All modifications not authorised below are expressly prohibited: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 3.4

Those modifications necessary to comply with the FIA safety regulations are authorised.. Additional gauges for monitoring engine performance may be fitted. Front seats are free, but must be FIA approved competition seats. Rear seats may be removed but all interior trim must be retained as fitted. Dashboard can not be removed. Front door interior skins mus be fitted otherwise doortrim may be removed. Suspension is free. Springs and shock absorbers are free except original operating principle, standard location and number must be retained. Air filter elements are free and may be discarded. Standard transmission ratios must be retained. Optional extras are prohibited. Drive ration and ratio in high/low is free. Locking and limited slip differentials or traction control devices are free, but the standard axle casings must be retained in their original positions. Brake friction materials are free. An additional spare wheel may be carried securely insided or outside the vehicle. Auxiliary lights may be fitted in pairs. Underbody protection may be added. Weight

The minimum weight is a function of the engine size as defined by this table: Engine cc -2000 2000-2500 2500-3000 3000-3500

Weight (kg) 1350 1600 1675 1750

Engine cc 3500-4000 4000-4500 4500-5000 5000-5500

Weight (kg) Engine cc 1825 5500-6000 1875 6000+ 1925 1975

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Weight (kg) 2025 2050


Supplementary Regulations Appendix F 1.

Group X Definitions

Definition

All touring cars produced in at least fifty units and which have been registered by a governing body. The cars must comprise a single body piece and origin. Soft tops are not allowed. Cars having an expired homologation conform to these regulations should they conform to their homologation.

2.

Minimum weight

Cars are subject to the following scale of minimum weight in relation to their cubic capacity: Engine cc -1000 1001-1300 1301-1600 1601-2000 2001-2500 2501-3000

Weight (kg) 620 700 780 860 940 1020

Engine cc 3001-3500 3501-4000 4001-4500 4501-5000 5001-5500 5501+

Weight (kg) 1100 1180 1260 1340 1420 1500

The weight given in the above table is the dry weight, including safety equipment.

3.

Engine

The maximum allowed power output of an engine shall be 300bhp. Only one engine is allowed in each car. The choice of engine is free and not restricted to being of the same make or manufacture as the car itself. The engine must burn normal fuel, readily available to the general public. The use of NO2 and similar is prohibited. The cubic capacity of cars equipped with turbo chargers and/or Wankel engines will be modified according to the FIA Regulations.

4.

Wheels and tyres

Tyres must have a diameter of less than thirty-one inches. The width of the wheel must not exceed ten inches. The number of wheels shall be four on two separate axles.

5.

Braking system

It is obligatory to have two separate circuits operated by the same pedal and discs at the front. A fly-off handbrake is allowed.

6.

Bodywork

The bodywork must be of a single model and make. Should the framework be modified a breaking point must be ensured in front of the engine and suspension mounts. The car may be made lighter, subject to Article 2 and without reducing the strength of the body. Components made from alloys and/or man-made fibres may be used to replace fenders, bonnet, doors, spoilers and wheel arch extenders. The front windshield must be of laminated glass, other windows are free.

7.

Steering

Steering gear shall be street legal.

8.

Transmission to the wheels

The gearbox and differentials are free. The car may be either front, rear or four wheel driven.

9.

Electrical system

The electrical system is free, but must comply to normal safety standards. A general circuit breaker must be provided in an easily accessible place.

10.

Fuel system

The fuel tank shall be securely fastened and placed outside the drivers’ enclosure. Should the fuel tank be placed under the car a protective shield must be fitted. Fuel lines should be according to FIA specifications.

11.

Safety equipment

A roll cage must be provided in accordance to FIA Regulations. In addition the roll cage must be supplied with diagonal member in the main arch, and door bars. A bucket seat must be fitted instead of the normal seats in the car.

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Rally Reykjavik 2010 Supplementary Regulations