Yorkshire Motorsport Festival

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Start Date and time
25th June 2021
10:00 AM

End Date and time
27th June 2021
6:00 PM

Location
WOLFSTONES ROAD, HOLMFIRTH, HD9 3US

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The Festival will now run in 2021 ONE YEAR FROM NOW…THE COUNTDOWN RE-STARTS Today, Friday 26th June, should have marked the opening day of the inaugural Yorkshire Motorsport Festival. Holmfirth was due to get a major influx of visitors, with the Festival site - just outside of the picturesque Yorkshire town - set to welcome sport and motoring enthusiasts from all over the region - and beyond - as well as families in search of a great day out. Obviously, for reasons of which we are all too well aware, the fields designated to house the Festival are going to be quiet this weekend… but, a year from now, this won’t be the case. The Wolfstones Hillclimb course, just outside Holmfirth town, will be resonating with the sound and feel of racing cars at high speed - as part of a wider celebration of the motor vehicle, Yorkshire achievement and the human spirit in general, which is built around the hillclimb and which will be getting into full swing! Since the necessary rescheduling of the event, the organisers have been extremely busy behind-the-scenes, preparing the way for the Festival to make its debut in 2021. “We are delighted to re-start the official countdown to the first Yorkshire Motorsport Festival, now set for June 25-27th 2021,” enthuses Yorkshire Motorsport Festival joint-MD, Michael McErlain. “I am pleased that we will have everything we talked about for 2020 - and significantly more - on offer for 2021, so stand by for some major announcements in the near future. “In the meanwhile, I would truly like to thank the public who bought tickets, as well as the trade stand-holders & commercial partners we had on board for 2020 and Kirklees Council. Almost without exception, everyone has stuck with us and committed to being on board for 2021 - which is incredibly heartening. We will look to repay them by delivering an event in June next year that will more than justify their faith in us.” The Yorkshire Motorsport Festival will host some of the world’s most fabulous machines, both on display and in action, as well as a huge variety of other attractions on its 100-acre site. The organisers aim to provide something for everyone, to make it a great family outing. The Festival will include a Fun Fair, Live Music Arena, trade stands, feature Villages, fashion shows, cheerleading demonstrations, birds of prey shows, the amazing sheep theatre and more… The competitive focal point of the Festival is the Wolfstones Speed Hillclimb - Yorkshire’s first closed-road speed event this century. The 0.8-mile Hillclimb course (Start Line view to first corner pictured above) should provide a challenge for close-on a hundred competitors and exciting viewing for spectators, as the cars power through the Holme Valley, an area that this year celebrates a century of hosting this type of motorsport. On display at the Festival for Petrolheads, will be everything from race & rally cars, through classics & supercars to historic trucks, tractors and plant machinery, as well as street rods, muscle cars. A fantastic selection of exotica is also being assembled for the first ever, Northern Concours d’Elegance - a beauty pageant for cars. In these tough times, it will also be good news for the local economy, not just because of the influx of visitors but also because the Festival will be looking to recruit locally in both the run-up to the event and during it. There will therefore be some excellent opportunities for people looking for work as the Festival organisation gets into top gear. The Festival website – www.yorkshiremotorsportfestival.co.uk – and related Facebook and twitter apps will provide more details and news for visitors, participants and businesses. For further information on the both the Yorkshire Motorsport Festival and the Wolfstones Speed Hillclimb, as well as additional images, please contact Simon Maurice, Festival Press Officer : simon@chicane.marketing Or telephone: +44 (0) 7771 597961 TICKET HOLDERS We truly appreciate the support everyone has shown leading up to our 2020 event. We are pleased to confirm that your tickets will be valid for the running of the Yorkshire Motorsport Festival on June 25-27 2021. Furthermore, as thanks for your loyalty and superb support, we are looking at how we can add value for existing ticket holders as we work towards next year’s Festival. We will update everyone accordingly once these measures are in place. In the meanwhile, thank you again for your fantastic patience and understanding. Following the directive from Motorsport UK – the governing body for Motor Racing in Great Britain – that all motorsport events are now suspended until at least June 30th, the organisers of the Yorkshire Motorsport Festival and Wolfstones Hillclimb, have announced that the first running of the Festival, which was set to take place on June 26-28 this year, will now be staged over the equivalent weekend next year: June 25th-27th 2021. “Postponement of the event is not an option,” explains Michael McErlain, Joint MD of the Festival, “as one of our key reasons for the timing of the Festival is that it was planned to coincide with the silage harvesting season in the fields it is set to occupy, in order to avoid unnecessary crop wastage and make it as environmentally friendly as possible. “Like myself, the organising team is very disappointed that we will not be able to put on the Festival this year. We had very much hoped, with its timing, that it might have been a celebration for people locally of being able to return to some kind of a more normalised everyday existence. “However, let’s be clear – this is not the cancellation of the Yorkshire Motorsport Festival, or the Wolfstones Hillclimb. We are already committing to stage both the Festival and the hilllclimb in 2021, and our experience from this year will help us to put on an event that will look very much like we had intended for Year 2: bigger, brighter and a step forward from our original plans for the first year. “We are also determined that the Centenary of Speed Hillclimbing in the Holmfirth Area should not go by unnoticed and uncelebrated. It is a really important anniversary both for our region and for motorsport. Therefore, we are already planning something to mark the occasion, which will take place as close to the anniversary date in August as we can possibly make happen. We will release details of this as soon as we are able to. “I would like to thank all those who committed to be at the Yorkshire Motorsport Festival and Wolfstones Speed Hillclimb. We will be contacting you to talk about this year and the future. We look forward to continuing on with our mission to give Yorkshire an event that is a major focal point for motorsport across the North.” Further information on the both the Wolfstones Speed Hillclimb and the Yorkshire Motorsport Festival from Simon Maurice, press officer : simon@chicane.marketing

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https://www.yorkshiremotorsportfestival.co.uk

EXTRA INFO
Organisers' Statement - Coronavirus The organisers of the Yorkshire Motorsport Festival and Wolfstones Hillclimb are like everyone else, mindful of Covid-19/Coronavirus and its progress and effects. The Festival organisers continue to keep a watching brief on the situation regarding the spread of the disease and any resultant advice and moves from Government, Local Authorities or Motorsport UK (the governing body for motorsport in the country). As matters stand, the organisers do not plan to cancel the Festival and will continue to work towards it, until advised not to run the event and/or being prevented from doing so by regulations from the relevant sanctioning authorities. “Obviously, given that this is a public event, our concern, first and foremost, is for the public,” explains Michael McErlain, Joint MD of the Yorkshire Motorsport Festival. “We are currently looking at something that is more than three months hence and we are gauging what other sporting events and bodies are doing for the coming months, and acting accordingly. “I have actually noted increased interest in the event since the recent Government measures were drawn up. In fact, we have had two major names approach us about becoming Yorkshire Motorsport Festival partners in the last few days, because they think that we will be through the pandemic by the end of June and people will want to go out and take part in events again. Obviously, at this stage, no one can be sure this will be the case, but it is encouraging to see companies looking beyond Covid-19 – because we WILL emerge from it sooner or later. “All the infrastructure is in place and we feel confident in being able to deliver a successful Festival and, of course, one with the necessary public health measures to ensure the maximum possible safety for all visitors and participants alike. “We are completely mindful of our responsibilities as event organisers and, to that extent, we continuously monitor both the national and the local situation and will take action accordingly. We remain cautiously optimistic that we will still be able to stage the Yorkshire Motorsport Festival and Wolfstone's Speed Hillclimb on June 26-28th , as planned. Obviously, if this situation changes we will inform everyone to that effect.” WOLFSTONES HILLCLIMB 26th-28th June 2020 SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS These Supplementary Regulations (SR) are to be read in conjunction with the General Regulations (GR) of the Motor Sport UK Ltd ‘Blue Book’. Please note: All references to “MSUK” refer to Motor Sport UK Ltd. FOREWORD Welcome to the 2020 Wolfstones Hillclimb. Mid-Derbyshire Motor Club are celebrating 70 years of Motorsport activity in 2020 and what better way of celebrating this fabulous achievement than to be appointed the Official Organising Motor Club to the Yorkshire Motorsport Festival. We are also particularly proud to be part of the Festival as 2020 is the centenary commemorating 100 years since Hillclimbing first took place in the Holme Valley, part of the wonderful surrounding Yorkshire area. In 1920 the first ever Hillclimb competition in the area took place racing up Holme Moss hill, then little more than a dirt track. It was attended by some of the best drivers and cars of the day, the quality of which we intend to replicate, but with more modern classic racing cars, in 2020 at the Yorkshire Motorsport Festival. We hope you enjoy the event and look forward to seeing you. The Organising Team ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Motorsport UK Mathew Atkinson – Rallies.info Kirklees council and Parish council’s All residents along the Hillclimb route All rescue and recovery crews All marshals and radio crews Residents in the nearby vicinity to the venue Yorkshire Air Ambulance The Hillclimb will be supporting The Yorkshire Air Ambulance, we trust and hope you will join us to raise as much money as possible for this worthy cause by giving a little extra when completing your entry form. It may surprise you to know that the Yorkshire Air Ambulance Charity relies on the generosity of individuals and organisations to help save lives across Yorkshire. In fact as a Charity we only receive help through secondment of paramedics from the NHS, through Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust. To keep both of Yorkshire’s air ambulances in the air we need to raise £12,000 per day. To find out more about our partnership with Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust, please click here. This is equivalent to £4.4 million per year. As a rapid response air emergency service the Charity serves a population of approximately 5 million people across 4 million acres. Our two Air Ambulances operate from The Nostell Priory Estate near Wakefield and RAF Topcliffe near Thirsk, and together both Air Ambulances cover the whole of the region. MID-DERBYSHIRE MOTOR CLUB LIMITED 2020 will be Mid-Derbyshire Motor Club’s 70th anniversary and we are grateful to Yorkshire Motorsport festival for being given the opportunity to be a part of this brand new event. We are very much a family oriented Motor Club and a very active group of Motorsport enthusiasts who specialise in both road and stage rallying, Autosolo’s and our members organise, marshal, drive and navigate on all levels of these from grass roots all the way up to the international level with the World Rally Championship. We are a member club of Motorsport UK and 4 local Associations. Wherever possible, we like to put on an event every week. We get out onto the roads for Treasure Hunts, Social Rallies and 12- Cars - this all comes highly recommended as there are some excellent lanes around Derbyshire. We also organise indoor activities such as Tabletop Rallies, Quiz Nights, Video Nights, Playstation Challenges and more. Add other events such as Auto-Tests, Karting, Ten Pin Bowling and Paintballing and you can see we are a very busy club. We organise rounds for both Road Rally and Stage Rally Championships. As a club we raise money for our local Air Ambulance and we are proud to have done this for several years. Our club nights are every Thursday, and we meet at Lumb Farm country club in Ripley (Marehay) from 9:00pm onwards with a warm Derbyshire welcome to all. To find our more, please visit our Stand in the Paddock Village at the Festival or visit our website at:- www.mid-derbyshire-mc.co.uk As a club we raise money for our local Air Ambulance and we are proud to have done this for several years. Our club nights are every Thursday, and we meet at Lumb Farm country club in Ripley (Marehay) from 9:00pm onwards with a warm Derbyshire welcome to all. Mid-Derbyshire Motor Club presented a cheque for £2000 to the Warwickshire & Northamptonshire and Derbyshire, Rutland & Leicestershire Air Ambulance at the Donington historic festival and will be making another donation with thanks to all who enter our events this year 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1. Mid Derbyshire Motor Club (“MDMC”) will organise an Interclub Closed Public 2. 3. 4. Road Hillclimb at Wolfstones Road near Holmfirth. 1.2. The Meeting will be held under the General Regulations of MSUK (incorporating the provisions of the International Sporting Code of the FIA), these Supplementary Regulations and any written instructions that the organising club may issue for the event. 1.3. MSUK Permit Number 115993. 1.4. The event is open only to Members of MDMC with a minimum RS Interclub MSUK competition licence (Entry fee includes MDMC Membership). 1.5. All competitors and drivers must produce a valid competition licence and Entrants licences will be inspected. 1.6. The provisional programme of the meeting will be: Signing on will be from 07.30 onwards, followed by Scrutineering in your paddock position. Any driver not signed on by 10.00hrs may be disqualified from participating in the event. There will be an opportunity to walk the course between 07.15hrs and 08.30hrs. All drivers must attend the Driver’s Briefing at 08.30hrs Practice will commence in class order at 09.00hrs 1.7. The length of the course is approximately 0.9 mile long, it rises 50 metres from start to finish, varies between 3.5 and 5.5 metres in width and is an up and down course. It consists of 3 right hand and 3 left hand corners, some of which are artificially tightened. 1.8. Motorsport UK Track Licence No. - TBA COMPETITOR ELIGIBILTY 2.1. Drivers must be fully paid up members of MDMC and must hold the correct year membership card and be in possession of an Interclub MSUK Competition Licence. The Entry Fee includes an annual membership of MDMC for 2020. ELIGIBLE VEHICLES 3.1. All vehicles must comply with the relevant sections of the MSUK Yearbook (aka Blue Book) 3.2. The course is located at Wolfstones Road, Holmfirth HD9 3US in West Yorkshire. This is a Closed Public Road Course. ARRIVAL, SCRUTINEERING AND SIGNING ON 4.1. Space in the paddock is limited. On arrival, competitors should position their competition cars in their allocated positions in the paddock. All additional trailers and tenders should be removed to the Competitors Car Park (located at the top of the Paddock area and includes the Competitors camp site) as soon as unloading is complete. 4.2. No trailers can be brought into the paddock once the meeting has started, and no trailer movements should take place within the paddock until the meeting has concluded. 4.3. Competitors cars will undergo scrutineering in their allocated paddock space. When the car has been passed, the MSUK Scrutineers will issue a “Signed Scrutineering Card”. The competitor should then report on foot with their Signed Scrutineering Card, MSUK Competition Licence & Club Membership/Championship Registration Card to the Paddock Office to sign on. 4.4. The signing on team will then issue a “Passed Scrutineering” sticker. This sticker must be secured to the competing car and remain there throughout the meeting. 4.5. Enquiries about running order, request for practices etc. should be made to the Paddock Office. 4.6. At two/three day meetings, competitors need only be scrutineered and sign on once if participating in the same car. 4.7. Entry Passes to gain access to the Venue will be sent with the Final Instructions. 5. SHARED CARS 5.1. The same car may not be entered to compete for the same award more than twice and then only provided that it is driven by different drivers. 5.2. Where a car is entered to be shared by two drivers, this must be signified by filling in the appropriate section on the entry form. The No.1 driver will be allocated a competition number whilst the No. 2 driver will be indicated by a number 7 preceding the competition number if between 1 - 90. Normally the No.1 drivers will run in their own class batch and the No 2 drivers will run in the prior batch. The exception to this rule will be in the first batches of each run sequence where the No 2 drivers will run in the first feasible following batch. Timed runs taken outside the specified batches may not be counted for the results of the meeting. The only exception is, of course, if a re-run is ordered for any reason. 6. PROCEDURE 6.1. Competitors will be called forward from their paddock positions by the Paddock Marshal and dispatched in running order to the start area. 6.2. Cars will remain in single file on the start approach road until called forward by the Start Line Marshals. 6.3. At the Start Line Gantry, a Traffic Light will indicate Red as cars come to the start line. They will be positioned with the front edge of their Timing Struts 10cms behind the Start timing beam. On a green light competitors may start in their own time. 6.4. If for any reason the course is not clear and there is a delay, two flashing Amber lights will be displayed. 6.5. If a competitor stalls the engine or makes an unsatisfactory start, they may be permitted to make a re-start provided that neither of the rear wheel centres have crossed the Start Line. If in such a case, a competitor is not ready to re-start immediately the run shall be considered failed and the car shall be returned slowly up the course to the paddock without being timed. 6.6. If a driver needs pushing, or use of an external battery to start their car, it is their own responsibility to arrange this. Marshals and Officials are instructed not to push start cars. 7. EMERGENCY PROCEDURE 7.1. Cars will start singly, but as allowed by the Track Licence, there may be more than one car on the course at a time. For this reason, it is vitally important that competitors observe the emergency procedures. 7.2. If the course becomes blocked after a competitor has started a run, a waved Red Flag or flashing red lights will be displayed at the post below where an incident has taken place and this will be repeated down the course to the start. 7.3. When a competitor sees a Red Flag or Red Light, the car must immediately be brought to a halt. The competitor will remain at the point where the car stops until the Observer from the nearest post gives instructions to proceed. The competitor will then drive slowly to turn right at the last crossroads and return to the start line for a re-run. 7.4. Unless specific instructions are given, a competitor MUST NOT turn round on the course and return to the start. 7.5. lf a car runs off the course and is not able to proceed immediately, it will be parked by the Observer from the nearest post in a safe place, clear of the track and will remain there until instructed to proceed. 8. RESULTS 8.1. During practice and timed runs, times recorded will be displayed on computer screens in the paddock. They may also be announced on the PA system during the timed runs and may be shown on digital displays. These times are for information only. 8.2. At the conclusion of the meeting, the results will be issued at the Paddock Office as soon as possible after the final ascent of the meeting has been made. 8.3. Full result sheets will be displayed on the website within 1 hour after the end of the meeting. 9. CHAMPIONSHIPS The event is a round of the JDC 4-Hills & sprint Championship 10. FACILITIES 10.1. Fuel is not available at the course but there are Petrol Stations in Holmfirth. 10.2. Water will be available 10.3. Toilet facilities and showers will be available throughout the weekend. 10.4. A Drivers Marquee will be provided which will be manned throughout the day. A catering service, including breakfast and lunch for the driver and his/her partner or mechanic, on an allocated ticket basis. Tea and coffee will be available free of charge throughout the day 10.5. Camping is in the designated area of the paddock – NO barbeques allowed. 10.6. 11. DATA PROTECTION ACT 1985 (GDPR) 11.1. Entrants are informed that information submitted on entry forms together with results may be stored by Yorkshire Motorsport Festival or by its officials in computer systems for the purpose of administration and information of both The Wolfstones Hillclimb and the Organising Club. Information, results and photos may be available through the Organising Clubs website. 12. CLASSES Note: In the event that insufficient entries are received for any specific classes the organisers reserve the right to merge the closest appropriate classes A. Pre-war Austin Cars with 2 or more seats B.1. Road Going Production Saloon Cars up to 1400cc manufactured up to and including A waste oil facility will be provided, along with recycling bins, in a designated area of the Paddock 1965 B.2. Road Going Production Saloon Cars over 1400cc to 2000cc manufactured up to and including 1965 B.3. Road Going Production Saloon Cars over 2000cc manufactured up to and including 1965 C.1. Road Going Production Saloon Cars up to 1400cc manufactured from 1966 to end 1978 C.2. Road Going Production Saloon Cars over 1400cc to 2000cc manufactured from 1966 to end 1978 C.3. Road Going Production Saloon Cars over 2000cc manufactured from 1966 to end 1978 D.1. Road Going Production Sports Cars up to 2000cc manufactured up to and including 1965 D.2. Road Going Production Sports Cars over 2000cc manufactured up to and including 1965 E.1. Road Going Production Sports Cars up to 2000cc manufactured from 1966 to end 1978 E.2. Road Going Production Sports Cars over 2000cc manufactured from 1966 to end 1978 F. Jaguar Driver’s Club 4-Hills and Sprint Championship G.1. Modified / Special Saloon Cars up to 1400cc manufactured up to and including 1965 G.2. Modified / Special Saloon Cars 1400cc to 2000cc manufactured up to and including 1965 G.3. Modified / Special Saloon Cars over 2000cc manufactured up to and including 1965 H.1. Modified / Special Saloon Cars up to 1400cc manufactured from 1966 to end 1978 H.2. Modified / Special Saloon Cars 1400cc to 2000cc manufactured from 1966 to end 1978 H.3. Modified / Special Saloon Cars over 2000cc manufactured from 1966 to end 1978 J.1. Modified Sports Cars up to 2000cc manufactured up to and including 1965 J.2. Modified Sports Cars over 2000cc manufactured up to and including 1965 K.1. Modified Sports Cars up to 2000cc manufactured from 1966 to end 1978 K.2. Modified Sports Cars up over 2000cc manufactured from 1966 to end 1978 L.1. Sports Racing & GT Cars manufactured up to and including 1965 L.2. Sports Racing & GT Cars manufactured from 1966 to end 1978 M. Rally Cars Manufactured up to and including 1978 13. AWARDS 13.1. 13.2. 13.3. Wolfstones FTD Award – A Perpetual Trophy and a special prize of dinner for 2 at The Yorke Arms in Pateley Bridge by highly acclaimed Chef Frances Atkins. Each Class Winner will receive a trophy and bottle of Champagne There will be a presentation ceremony at the end of the meeting in the Drivers Paddock Marquee 14. TIMED RUNS - It is the intention to offer competitors at least four timed runs including practice per day. If due to unforeseen delays it appears to the organisers that the published programme cannot be completed by 17.00 hours a revised programme will be announced where possible prior to the start of the second timed runs. 15. ENTRY FEES 15.1. The Entry Fee is set at £175 per day or a 2 day fee of £300, which includes MDMC Membership with the entry fee being paid upon selection. All successful entrants will be notified within 7 days of receipt of entry 15.2. Up to two entries for the same vehicle are permitted but separate entry forms must be submitted for each driver. 15.3. Post-dated cheques are not acceptable and will be returned to the entrant along with the entry form. 15.4. A fee of £25 of the entry fee will be made for any cheque that is returned by the bank or any credit card number that is refused for any reason whatsoever. This charge is to cover our administration costs and bank charges. 15.5. Entries will not be accepted after the closing date 26/04/2020. 15.6. All entries must be made on-line, this is to save on paper and printing for environmental reasons and be accompanied by the appropriate fee. Only one entry may be made on each form. 15.7. 15.8. 15.9. 15.10. The minimum for each class is 3 cars. 15.11. Should any of the above minimum figures not be reached, the organisers have the right to amalgamate classes or cancel the event. 15.12. Provisional entry lists will be posted on the website at appropriate times. 16. OFFICIALS 16.1. Clerk(s) of the Course - Chris Brook 16.2. Chief Marshal – Andy Milnes 16.3. Chief Scrutineer – TBA 16.4. Club Steward(s) – TBA 16.5. Chief Timekeeper – Roger Warren 16.6. Secretary of Meeting – Lee Burgess 17. OTHER INFORMATION 17.1. Provisional results will be published as soon as possible following the end of the event. 17.2. Any protests must be lodged in accordance with judicial procedures in the current edition of the MSUK Yearbook 17.3. Starting order will be determined by Class Order. 17.4. Cars will start singly. 17.5. The starting signal will be a green light. 17.6. Method of timing is Electronic (Class E) All details requested on the entry form must be completed where applicable. The maximum entry for the meeting is 90 cars Reserves will be notified as places become available but at the latest by 8.00pm on the Tuesday preceding the meeting if they have been accepted/not accepted. 17.7. The finish line will be indicated by an overhead gantry and a line across the road. 17.8. It is strictly forbidden to make practice starts or indulge in excessive weaving on the road between the paddock and the start line. Failure to comply will result in immediate exclusion from the meeting. 17.9. No tyre warming or spinning of wheels is allowed going to or before the Start Line Gantry. Any driver ignoring this regulation will be immediately excluded from the meeting and reported to the Clerk of the Course. The Chief Start Marshall will be the Judge of Fact. 17.10. The start area is a designated part of the course and all persons under 16 years of age are prohibited from this area. 17.11. A driver is under starters orders as soon as he/she is called forward to the Start Line by the Start Marshal. Any driver who is not ready to proceed within two minutes after being called forward may forfeit the run. 17.12. Timed runs taken outside the specified batches may not be counted for the results of the meeting. The only exception is if a re-run is ordered for any reason. 17.13. Competitors will have the opportunity of taking at least two practice runs. 17.14. Practice will be taken in class order. 17.15. Competitors who do not present themselves in time for practice may forfeit that run. 17.16. Competitors will be identified by Competition numbers, both black and white competition numbers will be available to purchase at signing on. 17.17. When two drivers compete in the same car the number two driver will be identified by a number 7 before the number one driver’s Competition Number. 17.18. The extra number MUST be covered when the number one driver is competing 17.19. It will be the responsibility of competitors sharing a car to see that their car is ready, carrying the correct identification, to comply with these instructions. 17.20. Marking and Penalties will be as printed in the appropriate section of the MSUK General Regulations. 17.21. All other General Regulations of the MSUK apply as written except where modified in these Regulations. 17.22. If any change is made to a car or it has been involved in an accident after it has been passed by the Scrutineers, it must be submitted for re-scrutiny before being taken onto the course again. 17.23. Approved Crash Helmets, Gloves and Flame Resistant Overalls will be worn by all drivers at all times when driving on the course. 17.24. At the discretion of the Clerk of the Course, vehicles may be called for a check by the Scrutineers at any time during, or at the conclusion of the meeting. 17.25. The Paddock is a non-competitive area and cars must be conducted at a walking pace when entering and moving about the paddock. Failure to comply may result in exclusion. 17.26. It is in competitor’s best interests to ensure any recovery after an incident is made safely and quickly. It is strongly recommended that all cars are fitted with towing points which are clearly marked. 17.27. During the course of the event, including practice, competitors must notify the Clerk of Course if they wish to take their competition car out of the paddock. On their return they will be liable to re-scrutineering before they can continue the competition. You are also reminded that competition numbers must be removed or completely obscured before driving on the public highway which hasn’t been closed for the event. 18. GENERAL CONDITIONS OF ELIGIBILITY 18.1. In all classes the capacity of a car will be the actual measured capacity except for cars with forced induction, where a factor of 1.4 will be applied. 18.2. All vehicles must be fitted with Timing Struts as laid down in MSUK Regulations. Competitors are reminded that under MSUK Regulations, Timekeepers are forbidden to record a time for any car not fitted with a Timing Strut. 18.3. Each car may only be entered in its own correct category and capacity class. 18.4. Any vehicle that persistently backfires may be excluded from the meeting. 19. SCRUTINEERING 19.1. Scrutineering will be divided into two sections. In addition to the normal examination for race worthiness, there will be separate random examinations for eligibility, these may take place during and after class runs. When a new class record is set, a routine eligibility scrutineering of the vehicle concerned will be activated. 20. WARNING! 20.1. The questions on entry forms with regard to capacity, etc. must be answered accurately. Any false statements discovered at scrutineering, or subsequently, will result in the exclusion of the competitor from the event concerned, and possibly, from subsequent events promoted by the Club. 21. SCRUTINEERS AWARD 21.1. A Trophy will be presented at the discretion of the MSUK Scrutineers to the competitor who, in their opinion, presents the best turned out car for scrutineering. 22. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Yorkshire Motorsport Festival Ltd and Mid Derbyshire Motor Club would like to thank all landowners, householders along the course, and all statutory bodies in the Wolfstones, Holmfirth and Kirklees Metropolitan Councils areas for their cooperation in making the course available to them.


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