Current Entries for Marks Tey, 22/3/15
26th February 2015
The current list of entrants for the first meeting of the year at Marks Ty on March 22nd can be found on the Next Event page. Entries close on March 7th.
First Meeting of 2015 Regulations Available
16th February 2015
The regs for the first meeting of the year at Marks Tey on March 22nd have now been released and can be downloaded from the Race Calendar page.
Please note the following:
- This meeting includes all the normal solo Championships (Pre 60, Pre 68 and Greeves) plus now one for Pre 65 up to 250cc machines. As is the norm for our first meeting of the year, there is no sidecar championship round, with that starting at the Maylandsea meeting on 5th April
- With regards to the Pre 65 up to 250cc Championship, although the Regs show it separate from the Pre 65 251 to 350cc class, if total entries for both classes do not exceed the maximum for one class (36), it will be run as a combined class with a staggered start, so entrants should consider this if they plan to enter both Pre 65 classes.
- Carrying on with the Pre 65 theme, the 251 to 350cc class is now also opened up to Pre 65 Pre-Unit construction machines that are NOT eligible for the Pre 60 class (i.e. 1961 to 1965) as their performance is more akin to that class than the Pre 68 class. Again, beware the combined class.
Photographers at Events
16th February 2015
Due to the number of requests we get regarding photographers at our events, the club would like to provide the following information explaining the situation.
The AMCA Standing Regulations and Sporting Code Regulation SR-34 (Photographers at AMCA Events) states that “Clubs organising AMCA authorised events should not allow any photographers, including camcorders, to take photos whilst standing in Prohibited Areas and/or behind one single rope. In other words they are only allowed in spectator areas unless the organising Club erects a suitable protection similar to those used for Marshals positions”. As we do not provide such protection, then all photographers must remain in the Public area.
This notice is not directed at any specific individual, but merely aims to set out the reason for which the club adopts the policy it does towrads photoraphers at club events.
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