2013 Manual of Motorcycle Sport - Motorcycling Australia


2013 Manual of Motorcycle Sport - Motorcycling Australia

2013MANUAL OFMOTORCYCLE SPORTPrint Post Approved 349077/00134 Edition 1 2013

M O T O R C Y CLINGA U S T R A L I AMotorcycling Australia2013 Manual ofMotorcycle SportPublished annually since 1928by Motorcycling AustraliaABN 83 057 830 083147 Montague StreetSouth Melbourne 3205Victoria AustraliaTel: 03 9684 0500Fax: 03 9684 0555email: mail@ma.org.auwebsite: www.ma.org .auThis publication is availableelectronically from:www.ma.org.auISSN 1833-2609Motorcycling Australia isthe Australian affiliate ofthe Fèdèration Internationalede Motocyclisme.www.fim.ch© 2013. All material in this book is the copyright of Motorcycling Australia Ltd (MA) and may not be reproduced without prior written permission from the CEO.enjoy the ride

INTRODUCTIONenjoy the rideINTRODUCTION TO THE 2013 EDITIONWelcome to the 2013 Motorcycling Australia (MA) Manual of Motorcycle Sport, a publication designed toassist you in your riding throughout the upcoming calendar year.While the information in the 2013 MoMs is correct at the time of printing, the dynamic nature of our sportmeans that things can – and often do – change. We urge you to keep an eye on our website www.ma.org.auand our regular e-Newsletters for information about any changes that may take place throughout the year.You can also access the digital version of the MoMs at any time at www.ma.org.au/moms.2012 produced another successful year for Australian motorcycle sport. Our Australian riders once againperformed impressively on the international stage, asserting their skill and stronghold across an array ofdisciplines and leaving their mark on World Championship events.Australia made its presence felt at the Junior Motocross World Championship in Bulgaria, with West Australianstar Caleb Grothues delivering a dazzling series of performances to become the 65cc Junior Worldahead of New South Wales rider Riley Dukes. The pair joined teammates Mitchell Evans, Hunter Lawrence,Egan Mastin and Joel Milesevic to place fourth overall in the final team standings.The dynamic young Australian trio of Lawson Bopping, Luke Styke and Todd Waters wore the green-andgolduniform at the iconic Motocross of Nations in Belgium, laying down solid performances to finish theirdebut appearance in a 10th place.Our Australian teams recorded unprecedented results at the International Six Day Enduro in Germany. TheSenior Trophy Team of Toby Price, Chris Hollis, Matthew Phillips, Josh Strang, Glenn Kearney and DanielMilner powered through injury and exhaustion to collect silver, with Price also earning an individual silvermedal in the Enduro 3 Class. The Women’s Team of Jessica Gardiner, Tanya Hearn and Tayla Jones dugdeep to bring home Australia’s second consecutive Women’s bronze, while the Junior Trophy Team ofLachlan Stanford, Ben Burrell, Mitcham Harper and Luka Bussa finished just outside the podium placings infourth.Australia once again stood out on the Speedway scene, with New South Wales rider Chris Holder claiminghis maiden Speedway Grand Prix World Championship in a thrilling final contest. The victory represented achanging in the Australian Speedway guard, with three-time World Championship retiring from the top levelof the sport at the same meet. Our Speedway teams also experienced significant success throughout theyear, taking silver in both the Speedway World Cup and Team Speedway Under 21 World Championship.The year marked the end of a significant chapter in Australian Road Racing, with two-time MotoGP WorldChampion Casey Stoner officially retiring from the sport at the end of the season. Despite battling an ankleinjury throughout his final championship, Stoner turned on that winning pace one last time to take out hissixth and final home GP at Phillip Island in October. We now look forward to a new and energetic chapter inroad racing with Arthur Sissis and Jack Miller flying the flag in Moto3, Ant West in Moto2 and Bryan Staringin MotoGP.Back on home soil, our domestic competition calendar saw riders of all ages take on the full spectrum ofdisciplines, with a host of champions etching their names in the record books and a generation of new ridersgetting their wheels on the track.Highlights included Chad Reed taking out the second round of the 2012 Australian Supercross Championshipalongside the Australian MotoGP at Phillip Island, Daniel Milner winning the Australian 4 Day Enduroin his home town of Warragul, and Meghan Rutledge claiming her second consecutive Australian Women’sMotocross Championship.Our Australian Championship series’ experienced another year of growth and development, with the continuationof several key series and the revitalisation of the Australian Supercross Championship which wowedaudiences from Dubbo to Toowoomba.4

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTINTRODUCTIONThe top three results in each of the 2012 Australian Championship classes can be found by turning the MAAustralian Championship pages, starting on page 23.2012 also produced the fourth edition of the Honda Broadford Bike Bonanza, which enthralled a diversecrowd of enthusiasts across the Easter long weekend. Planning is already well underway for the 2013event, with all profits going to MA’s Museum and Heritage Committee to preserve and maintain the history ofMotorcycling in Australia. For more information about the 2013 Honda Broadford Bike Bonanza please visitwww.ma.org.au/hbbb.MA continued to support the development of our emerging young talent with a full program of High PerformanceRider camps delivered in conjunction with the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in Canberra. Thesededicated camps provided immersive training and tuition in world-class facilities for riders specialising in thedisciplines of Motocross, Off Road, Speedway, Road Race and Dirt Track.MA also continued to foster the development of coaches, who play a vital role in the expansion of our sport,conducting a Level 2 Motorcycle Sport Coaching Course at the AIS in April with another planned for early2013.Motorcycle sport involves a community of individuals who give their time generously behind the scenes atall levels of participation and competition. MA would like to acknowledge and thank the thousands of riders,families, support crews, families, officials, coaches, clubs, State Controlling Bodies and the industry whogive their time and their passion to ensure the ongoing success of motorcycle sport in Australia.MA also wishes to acknowledge and thank the Australian Government for their continued funding andcommitment to Motorcycling Sport. The Australian Sport Commission (ASC) is the Government body thatsupports and invests in sport at all levels in Australia, and MA works closely with the ASC to develop motorcyclingfrom community participation through to high performance level.2013 looks set to be another exciting year for motorcycling in Australia, with another full domestic calendardesigned to challenge riders of all skill-levels and entertain spectators across the nation.The New Year will also bring the introduction of the National Come and Try Day, which will introduce themany benefits of motorcycle sport to thousands of prospective recreational and competitive riders with activitiesin every discipline.On behalf of the Board of Motorcycling Australia, we wish you all the best in 2013 and hope to see you atthe track.Stephen FoodyPresidentDavid WhiteChief Executive OfficerMotorcycling Australia is proudly supported bythe Australian Sports Commission5

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTTABLE OF CONTENTS5.4 Appeals .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 666 JUDICIAL COMMITTEE GUIDELINES .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 686.1 MA Hearing Guidelines .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 687 SPORTING COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 707.1 Creation of Commissions. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 707.2 Structure of the Commissions.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 707.3 Structure of the Standing Committees and Special Sub-Committees . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 707.4 Objectives of the Commissions .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 707.5 Commission Terms of Reference. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 718 NATIONAL COACHING ACCREDITATION SCHEME. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 728.1 Coaching Background.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 729 NATIONAL OFFICIALS ACCREDITATION SCHEME . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 749.1 Officials Background .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 749.2 Levels of Accreditation. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 749.3 Officials Licensing .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 749.4 National Officials Sub-Committee Guidelines.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 759.5 State Officials Review Panel Guidelines.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 7510 NATIONAL PERSONAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7610.4 Definitions .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 7711 ANTI-DOPING POLICY .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 78Anti- Doping Background. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7811.1 Anti-Doping Policy Responsibilities.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 7811.2 Anti-Doping Definitions .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 7911.3 MA’s Position on Doping .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 7911.4 Anti-Doping Policy Application . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7911.5 Anti-Doping Policy Obligations. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7911.6 Definition of Doping.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8011.7 Proof of Doping .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8011.8 Anti-Doping Rule Violations . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 8011.9 Anti-Doping Prohibited List .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8111.10 Therapeutic Use .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8111.11 Anti-Doping Testing.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8111.12 Retirement and Return to Competition .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8111.13 New Members.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8311.14 Anti-Doping Sample Analysis .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8311.15 Anti-Doping Investigations .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8311.16 Anti-Doping Result Management .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8311.17 Anti-Doping Hearings .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8411.18 Anti-Doping Sanctions . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 8511.19 Doping- Consequences to Teams .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8511.20 Anti-Doping Appeals .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8511.21 Anti-Doping Violations Ouside of ADP . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 8611.22 Anti-Doping Confidentiality and Reporting .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8611.23 Interpretation of the Code .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8611.24 Anti-Doping Miscellaneous .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 867

TABLE OF CONTENTSenjoy the ride811.25 Alcohol Breath Testing . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 8711.26 Alcohol Blood Testing .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8811.27 Safety Policy - Drug and Alcohol Testing . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 8811.26 ADP Appendix- Anti-Doping Code Prohibited List .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 9012 ALL DISCIPLINES .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 9112.1 Application of Chapter.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 9112.2 Eligibility - All Disciplines.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 9112.3 Fees- All Disciplines. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 9112.4 Engines – Formulae for Calculation of Capacities and Classes .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 9112.5 Measurement - All Disciplines.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 9212.6 Number Plates- All Disciplines. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 9312.7 Radio Communication.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 9512.8 Frames and Parts - All Disciplines .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 9512.9 Fuel-All Disciplines .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 9712.10 Noise Emissions -All Disciplines.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 9812.11 Starts and Finishes - All Disciplines. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10012.12 Stopping Events- All Disciplines .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 10112.13 Flags and Signals- All Disciplines .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10112.14 Scoring- All Disciplines. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10212.15 Change of Machine During a Competition - All Disciplines.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 10212.16 Junior Competition Rules - All Disciplines .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10212.17 Junior Capacity Classes - All Disciplines . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10413 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 10613.1 MA Events .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10613.2 Protocols.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 10613.3 Championship Medallions and Trophies.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 11114 THE YEAR IN PICTURES .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 11415 ROAD RACING .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 11615.1 Frames and Parts – Road Racing .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 11615.2 Engines - Road Racing .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 11615.3 Noise Emissions - Road Racing .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 11715.4 Protective Clothing - Road Racing .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 11715.5 Fuel - Road Racing.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 11815.6 Superbikes .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 11815.7 Supersport .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 12015.8 Superstock 600 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 12115.9 Superstock 1000.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 12215.10 Production 250. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 12415.11 Production .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 12515.12 125cc GP Class .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 12615.13 250 GP Mono .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 12615.14 Formula One Sidecars. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 12715.15 Formula Two Sidecars . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 13015.16 Yamaha FZ6 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 13215.17 Junior Competition Eligibility .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 134

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTTABLE OF CONTENTS15.18 Junior Solo Road Racing 80cc. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 13415.19 Junior Solo Road Racing 160cc .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 13415.20 Protective Clothing – Minimoto .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 13415.21 Frames and Parts - Minimoto and Minimotard. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 13515.22 Engines - Minimoto and Minimotard .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 13515.23 Road Bike Freestyle. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 13815.24 Competition Rules - Road Racing .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 13915.25 Australian Superbike Championship .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 14216 HISTORIC ROAD RACING. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 14416.1 Protective Clothing – Historic Road Racing. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 14416.2 Categories and Classes- Historic Road Racing .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 14516.3 Noise Emissions - Historic Road Racing . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 14616.4 Eligibility - Historic Road Racing.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 14616.5 Requirements- Historic Road Racing - Solo .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 14716.6 Prohibited Uses - Historic Road Racing - Solo .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 14816.7 Permitted Uses - Historic Road Racing - Solo. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 14916.8 Requirements - Historic Road Racing - Sidecars & Cyclecars .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15016.9 Prohibited Uses - Historic Road Racing -Sidecars & Cyclecars .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 15116.10 Permitted Uses - Historic Road Racing - Sidecars & Cyclecars . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15216.11 Fuel - Historic Road Racing. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15216.12 Australian Historic Road Racing Championships .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15217 MOTOCROSS AND SUPERCROSS .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 15317.1 Protective Clothing - Motocross and Supercross. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15317.2 Frames and Parts - Motocross and Supercross .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 15317.3 Noise Emissions - Motocross and Supercross .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15417.4 Fuel- Motocross and Supercross. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15517.5 Senior Classes- Motocross and Supercross .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15517.6 Junior Classes- Motocross and Supercross .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15517.7 Competitor Grading- Motocross and Supercross. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15517.8 Competition Rules - All Ages and Classes .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 15517.9 Competition Rules - Supercross .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 15717.10 Competition Rules - Freestyle Motocross .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15717.11 Competition Rules - Fast 50’s.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 15817.12 Australian Senior Motocross Championships .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 15917.13 Australian Junior Motocross Championships .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 16117.14 Australian Supercross Championship.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 16218. CLASSIC MOTOCROSS & DIRT TRACK .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 16418.1 Protective Clothing- Classic Motocross and Dirt Track .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 16418.2 Eligibility .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 16518.3 Fuel - Classic MX & Dirt Track .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 16518.4 Machine and Class Identification - Classic MX & Dirt Track .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 16618.5 Tables of Machines and Components.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 16618.6 Frames & Parts - Sidecars - Classic MX & Dirt Track.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 16818.7 Engines - Sidecars - Classic MX & Dirt Track.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 16918.8 Frames & Parts - Slider Class . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1699

TABLE OF CONTENTSenjoy the ride1019 SPEEDWAY. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 17119.1 Protective Clothing- Speedway .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 17119.2 Frames and Parts - Speedway .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 17219.3 Engines – Speedway .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 17819.4 Engines - Junior Speedway . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 17919.5 Rider Identification- Speedway .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 17919.6 Fuel - Speedway.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 18019.7 Classes- Junior Speedway .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 18019.8 250cc Intermediate Speedway. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 18019.9 250/350cc Solo Speedway .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 18019.10 Classic Speedway .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 18119.11 Competition Rules - Speedway .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 18219.12 Australian Speedway Championships . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 18619.13 Australian Teams Championships - Speedway .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 18919.14 Test Matches- Speedway. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19119.15 World Championship Selection - Speedway .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19220 DIRT TRACK .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 19420.1 Protective Clothing- Dirt Track . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19420.2 Frames and Parts - Dirt Track.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 19520.3 Noise Emissions - Dirt Track .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19620.4 Machine and Rider Identification - Dirt Track .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 19620.5 Fuel - Dirt Track .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 19620.6 Junior Classes - Dirt Track .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 19620.7 Classes - Dirt Track.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 19620.8 Competition Rules - Dirt Track. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19720.9 Australian Senior and Junior Dirt Track Championships Format . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19721 TRACK .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19921.1 Protective Clothing - Track Machines .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 19921.2 Protective Clothing - Motocross or Enduro Machines. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 20021.3 Frames and Parts - Track .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 20121.4 Engines - Track .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 20221.5 Fuel - Track.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 20221.6 Track - Junior .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 20321.7 Classic Track .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 20321.8 Competition Rules - Track .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 20321.9 Australian Senior and Junior Track Championships .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 20422 QUADS .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 20522.1 Protective Clothing - Quads. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 20522.2 Footware in Pits .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 20522.3 Frames and Parts- Quads .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 20522.4 Engines- Quads.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 20622.5 Rider and Machine identification - Quads.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 20622.6 Fuel - Quads .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 20622.7 Classes and Age Groups- Quads .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 20722.8 Competition Rules - Quads.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 209

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTTABLE OF CONTENTS23 MOTO-TRIALS .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 21023.1 Protective Clothing – Moto-Trials. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 21023.2 Classes and Grades – Moto-Trials .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 21023.3 Frames and Parts - Moto-Trials .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 21123.4 Fuel- Moto-Trials.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 21123.5 Classic Trials .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 21123.6 Sidecar - Moto-Trials .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 21223.7 Competition Rules – Moto-Trials.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 21223.8 Australian Moto-Trials Championships .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 21524 SUPERMOTO . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 21624.1 Protective Clothing – Supermoto . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 21624.2 Frames and Parts- Supermoto. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 21724.3 Engines- Supermoto .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 21724.4 Noise Emissions - Supermoto.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 21724.5 Fuel- Supermoto .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 21724.6 Capacity Classes- Supermoto . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 21724.7 Competition Rules- Supermoto .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 21824.8 Australian Supermoto Championship .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 21925 ENDURO AND RELIABILITY TRIALS. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 22025.1 Protective Clothing - Enduro and Reliability Trials .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 22025.2 Frames and Parts - Enduro and Reliability Trials. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 22125.3 Noise Emissions- Enduro and Reliability Trials .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 22125.4 Fuel- Enduro and Reliability Trials .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 22125.5 Competition Rules- Enduro and Reliability Trials. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 22225.6 Competition Rules -Junior Enduro .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 22925.7 Australian 4 Day Enduro Championships .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 23025.8 The Course – A4DE. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 23125.9 Preliminary Examination- A4DE.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 23225.10 Publication of Results- A4DE .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 23225.11 A4DE Awards .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 23225.12 Cross Country.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 23425.13 Sprint .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 23425.14 Australian Off-Road Championships .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 23426 MINIKHANA. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 23626.1 Introduction .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 23626.2 Protective Clothing- Minikhana .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 23626.3 Frames and Parts- Minikhana.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 23626.4 Engines- Minikhana . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 23726.5 Classes & Grades - Minikhana .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 23726.6 Competition Rules- Minikhana. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 23826.7 Courses- Minikhana. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 24127 ALTERNATIVE FORMS OF COMPETITION .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 24927.1 Alternative Activities. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 24927.2 Venues - Alternative Activities.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 24927.3 Permits - Alternative Activities.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 24911

TABLE OF CONTENTSenjoy the ride27.4 Supplementary Regulations- Alternative Activities .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 24927.5 Licensing of Competitors - Alternative Activities .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 24927.6 Technical Specifications - Alternative Activities .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 24928 RECREATIONAL MOTORCYCLE ACTIVITY.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 25028.1 Recreational Activities.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 25028.2 Controlling Bodies- Recreational Activities .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 25028.3 Officials – Recreational Activities. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 25028.4 Venues – Recreational Activities.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 25028.5 The Promotion And Conduct of Recreational Activity .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 25028.6 Permits – Recreational Activities.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 25028.7 Entries.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 25028.8 Licensing of Participants.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 25029 NATIONAL TEAM SELECTION POLICY .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 252APPENDIX 1 HELMET APPROVALS & FITTING .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 25430.1.1 Approval Labels For Helmets .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 254Helmet Fitting Guide .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 255APPENDIX 2 MODEL SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 256APPENDIX 3 MEMBER PROTECTION POLICY . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2631. Purpose of this Member Protection Policy .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 2632. Who this Member Protection Policy Applies to: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 2633. Code of Conduct.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 2634. Organisational Responsibilities .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2635. Individual Responsibilities .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2646. Policy Position Statements .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 2647. Member Protection Policy - Screening. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2708. Member Protection Information Officers (MPIOs) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2709. Child Abuse Procedures .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 27010. Complaints Procedures .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 271Attachment A - Code of Conduct .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 272Attachment B - Member Protection Declaration .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 273Attachment C - Child Protection Requirements. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 27711. Breaches of This Member Protection Policy .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 27412. Forms of Discipline .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 27413. Definitions .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 274APPENDIX 4- PRIVACY REGULATION .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 285APPENDIX 5- OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 287APPENDIX 6- ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY POLICY .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 287APPENDIX 7- COMPULSORY RIDERS BRIEFING . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 28830 RIDERS DIVISION .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 28912

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTMOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIAPERSONNELChief Executive Officer David White ceo@ma.org.au (03) 9684 0512PA to the CEO Tina Alderman pa@ma.org.au (03) 9684 0512Operations Manager Barry French operations@ma.org.au (03) 9684 0503Finance & Administration Manager Jamie Nind finance@ma.org.au (03) 9684 0506Accounts Officer Emily Nelson accountsofficer@ma.org.au (03) 9684 0501Riders’ Division Membership Officer Bronwyn Sorensen membership@ma.org.au (03) 9684 0509Risk and Compliance Manager Claire Lawrence compliance@ma.org.au (03) 9684 0516Communications Officer Megan Hannan communications@ma.org.au (03) 9684 0511Accounts Administrator Kellie Ramstein accounts@ma.org.au (03) 9684 0561Events Officer Matthew Kearsley events@ma.org.au (03) 9684 0510Events Administration Officer Emma Van Maanen eventsadmin@ma.org.au (03) 9684 0514National Development Officer Laurence Miller development@ma.org.au (03) 9684 0502International Teams Officer Sian Smith teams@ma.org.au (03) 5174 1847Address 147 Montague Street, South Melbourne, VIC 3205Postal PO Box 134, South Melbourne, VIC 3205Phone: +61 (03) 9684 0500 Fax: +61 (03) 9684 0555 or +61 (03) 9696 9731Webwww.ma.org.auOFFICE BEARERSPresident Steve FoodyVice PresidentPatron The Hon. Tony StreetAuditor Davidsons Accountants and Business ConsultantsNational Director of Coaching Stephen GallChief Medical Officer Dr Brent MayCOUNCILLORSBOARD OF DIRECTORSNew South Wales Christine Tickner Steve Foody PresidentNorthern Territory Ian Jordan Stuart StricklandQueensland Derek Rumble Lyal AllenSouth Australia Brenton Matters Ray JonkersTasmania Shane Fraser Bob KershawVictoria Darryl HiddleWestern Australia Paul FosterMA INFORMATIONStephen FoodyRay JonkersLyal AllenStuart StricklandBob Kershaw13

MA INFORMATIONenjoy the rideMOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIACOMMISSIONS (Chairman - bolded)Road RacingDerek RumblePhil TaintonGary ThomasDavid Catchpole(2014)(2013)(2015)(2013)Historic Road RacingMarcus De CauxAlan WarnerJohn Simms(2014)(2015)(2013)Motocross/SupercrossGraeme BaynesAdrian RobinsonMark LuksichShannon Reimaan(2013)(2014)(2015)(2015)Classic Motocross& Classic Dirt TrackDavid TannerShane FraserKerry Marsh(2014)(2013)(2015)SpeedwayIvan GoldingPeter CamptonGarry Davey(2013)(2014)(2013)Dirt TrackTrack, SupermotoLes ThomasKeith DaviesJovian Haidle(2014)(2013)(2015)Womens Lynnette Long (2014) Moto-Trials Bob McGlinchyColin Scott(2013)(2014)Junior Sport &DevelopmenBraxton LaineColin FouldsCameron Scheuber(2015(2014)(2013EnduroDenise HoreDon AtkinsDavid AholaLuke De Graaf(2014)(2015)(2013)(2013)QuadDarrell KnightLen PipicelloMartin Stone(2014)(2014)(2014)CoachingLyndon HeffernanRod JennerStephen GallPaul CaslickCOMMITTEESOfficialsSandra PalmerPeter SmithPeter BellBrendon GledhillJudicial-Legal MembersHeritage andMuseumRecreational RidePark CommitteeRichard Lawson Judicial -Motorcycle MembersRon KivovitchPeter DrakefordLindsay UrqhartMick PettiferJim ScaysbrookChristine TicknerLindsay GrangerEnvironmentalRoss EarlDale WyattRalph FreemanDarryl HiddleDerek Rumble14

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTMA INFORMATIONAFFILIATED STATE CONTROLLING BODIESMOTORCYCLING NEW SOUTH WALESCEO Daniel GattPresident Christine TicknerAddress 9 Parkes Street,Harris Park, NSW 2150Postal PO Box 9172,Harris Park, NSW 2150Phone +61 (02) 9635 9177Fax +61 (02) 9635 5277Email mnsw@motorcycling.com.auWeb www.motorcycling.com.auMOTORCYCLING QUEENSLANDGeneral Manager Lindsay GrangerPresident Derek RumbleAddress 2/8 Gordon StreetIpswich, Qld 4305Postal PO Box 2072North Ipswich, Qld 4305Phone +61 (07) 3281 2255Fax +61 (07) 3812 2742E-mail info@mqld.org.auWeb www.mqld.org.auMOTORCYCLING WESTERN AUSTRALIAExecutive Director Rick GillPresident Paul FosterPostal Address PO Box 475Maylands, WA 6931Address Brian Adams House, 46 SeventhAve, Maylands, WA 6051.Phone +61 (08) 9371 5333Fax +61 (08) 9371 5311Email mail@motorcyclingwa.org.auWeb www.motorcyclingwa.org.auMOTORCYCLING VICTORIACEO Andrew WeissPresident Darryl HiddleAddress Suite 125 / 9 Hall StreetPort Melbourne, 3207Postal Suite 125 / 9 Hall StreetPort Melbourne, 3207Phone +61 (03) 9673 0600Fax +61 (03) 9673 0620Email info@motorcyclingvic.com.auWeb www.motorcyclingvic.com.auMOTORCYCLING TASMANIAAdministrator Janene Van MaanenbergPresident Shane FraserPostal PO Box 268Port Sorell, Tas 7307Phone +61 (03) 6428 7567Fax +61 (03) 6428 7567E-mail mtas@southcom.com.auWeb www.mtas.org.auMOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIA NORTHERN TERRITORYManager Ian JordanPresident Ian JordanAddress 35 Menaja RoadHoward Springs, NT 0835Postal PO Box 154, Howard Springs NT 0835Phone +61 (08) 8983 2200Fax +61 (08) 8983 2200E-mail mant@bigpond.comWeb www.mant.org.auMOTORCYCLING SOUTH AUSTRALIAGeneral Manager Chris McArdlePresident Brenton MattersAddress 251 The ParadeBeulah Park, SA 5067Phone +61 (08) 8332 9000Fax +61 (08) 8332 9100Email administration@motorcyclingsa.org.auWeb www.motorcyclingsa.org.au15

MA INFORMATIONenjoy the rideA SHORT HISTORY OF MOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIA16In 1928, the Auto CycleCouncil of Australia (ACCA)was formed to represent theinterests of motorcycle clubsand State associations at aNational level. The ACCAwould eventually becomeMotorcycling Australia,the representative bodyfor motorcycle racing inAustralia.But organised motorcyclesport was established manyyears before the ACCA.Speedway racing was thefirst form of motorcyclecompetition to be organisedas a professional sport. John Hoskins has beencredited with presenting Speedway to the world, whenhe conducted the first meetings at the West MaitlandShowgrounds (NSW) in 1923. His efforts laid thefoundation for future Australian successes in WorldChampionships.ACCA held biennial National conferences until 1972,when they became annual affairs. Delegates fromeach State Controlling Body (SCB) participated atthe conferences. These high-level gatherings had theprimary purpose of updating the General CompetitionRules (GCRs) and determining future directions ofthe sport.In 1975, ACCA moved to International recognitionby affiliating with the Fédération Internationale deMotocyclisme (FIM).By the 1980s, motorcycle sport was no longer anamateur business and it was becoming unfeasibleto operate in the traditional way. In 1989, the ACCAestablished a permanent office in Melbourne, staffed bya full-time administrator and assistant. By 1991, a newfull-time National Executive Director was appointed,replacing the administrator. It was clear that theorganisation had to change with the times and providethe professionalism demanded by modern sport.Subsequently, in late 1992, the name MotorcyclingAustralia replaced ACCA to reflect a more modern andprogressive image, and to ensure easy identificationwith motorcycling sport. A new logo was introduced atthe same time, to match the improved image.A full-time National Development Officer was appointedin early 1993, reflecting the growth of the sport and theorganisation’s commitment to support and encouragethat growth. At the 1993 annual conference, therewas an overwhelming vote in favour of change forthe long-term benefit of the sport, including plans forrestructuring the organisation.The following year, at the Annual conference, theCouncil approved a restructuring of the organisation.National Commissions were established andCommissioners appointed for each branch of the sport.Each Commission was responsible for rule changesand the national development of its discipline. SpecialSub-committees, responsible for the business aspect ofthe sport, were also established. In 1998, the NorthernTerritory was formally admitted as a member.At the 2000 Annual conference in Hobart, a newconstitution was adopted which empowered anindependent Board of Directors. Councillors werereduced to one from each State. In the same year aMotorsport Manager was appointed to administerAustralian championships. That role would eventuallybecome that of Sport and Development Manager,merging the duties of National Development Officerand Motorsport Manager into one role. In 2001,Motorcycling Australia appointed a Media Managerand in late 2002, a new role of General Manager wascreated, replacing that of Operations Manager.Motorcycling Australia established its own PublicLiability insurance arm- Motorcycling AustraliaInsurance Limited (MAIL) in 2003 to free the sport fromthe volatility of the public insurance market.Today, the organisation has in excess of 21,000competitors, more than 350 affiliated clubs, and over3000 registered officials.Motorcycling Australia will continue to serve itsmembers and the motorcycle sport community, toensure the healthy future of motorcycle sport.

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTMOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIA STRUCTUREMotorcycling Australia (MA) is the governing body ofmotorcycle sport in Australia.In any sport, it is essential to have rules regulating itsconduct. This is particularly so in the case of motorcycling,where safety is vital for participants and spectators.This book of rules, referred to as the GCRs, the RuleBook, sometimes ‘The Bible’ and MoMS variously, formsthe basis of a contract between the regulating bodies ofthe sport and those who participate in it, namely licenceholders, promoters and the clubs.Our rules must be fair, they must confer on officials aclearly defined discretion to ensure that they are appliedfairly, and must be observed by all. As the technology ofour sport is constantly changing and developing so mustour rules adapt to change.MA’s core businessMA’s core business is to develop and apply the rules andregulations of the sport and represent you, our 25,000members Australia-wide.MA operates within the framework of local, State andCommonwealth Government legislation and regulationsand is affiliated with the international governing body,Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM), basedin Geneva, Switzerland.MA is a Federation with seven voting members,comprising State Controlling Bodies (SCBs) from allStates and Territories except the ACT. These are listedon page 15.MA STRUCTUREMA’s National Council is made up of one delegate fromeach SCB, usually the SCB President. The Council elects4 Directors to the MA Board, which in turn appoints 2independent Directors.MA’s has a full-time National Office in Melbourne as domost of the SCBs around Australia. All are available tohelp keen riders enjoy their sport to the full.ResponsibilitiesIn addition to electing the Board, the MA National Councilis responsible for policy development and strategicdirection.The MA Board is responsible for implementing andreviewing the adopted Strategic Plan, governance andappointing suitable people to join Commissions andCommittees.The CEO is employed to manage the organisation.Commissions are mainly discipline-specific and existto develop recommendations for the management of aparticular area of the sport. They have been establishedacross the spectrum of motorcycle sport, including RoadRacing, Motocross & Supercross, Speedway & Track,Enduro, Moto Trials, Classic Motocross, Historic RoadRacing, Dirt Track, Juniors and Women.To find out more about the Commissions and Commiteessee page 70Administration of the sportMotorcycle sport is administered under the doctrine of“Relevant Controlling Bodies”.The FIM is responsible for international competitions, MAfor Australian Championships and series, and the SCBscontrol state and club competitions. Although each SCBis autonomous and incorporated in its own State, bothMA and SCBs have a mutual reliance for the efficientmanagement of the sport.MA and the SCBs administer all competitions undercommon rules and the SCBs have delegated authorityto licence competitions, venues and control the sport atState/Territory level.Together with their organisational roles, MA and SCBsare concerned with the well-being of riders, officials,venue and track standards, risk management, allaspects of safety, the administration of safe, free and faircompetition in accordance with the principles of naturaljustice and the development of the sport in Australia.ClubsClubs are the smallest, but one of the most importantunits of organistation in our sport.17

MA STRUCTUREenjoy the ride18They often provide the face-to-face contact thatencourages people to join motorcycle sport. They havealso traditionally provided a social aspect which makesour sport, in particular one which attracts people andoften keeps them involved for entire lifetimes.CompetitorsCompetitors are the life-blood of Motorcycling Australia.Without your involvement and enthusiasm, there wouldbe no sport.MA has sought to recognise this vital contribution thatcompetitors bring to motorcycling by creating a MemberBenefits program that competitors can use to reduce thecost of participating in the sport.By arranging discounts on accommodation, car andtruck hire, bike transport, tyres, accessories, protectiveclothing, etc, we hope to encourage new competitorsto join our sport, and older competitors to continue totake part.VolunteersCompetitors, administrators, spectators, sponsors andgovernment authorities are all important elements of thesuccessful running of a sport. One of the most overlookedgroups – volunteers – is of fundamental importance.Volunteers fulfill the majority of roles and responsibilitiesin the function of every day motorcycle sport. The manyorganisations delivering sport and recreation servicesand the volunteers that create and sustain theseorganisations make a vital contribution to the needs ofthe community.Without volunteer support, our sport would not exist. It isalso true that the volunteers receive the least recognitionor reward for their time and effort. Competitors enjoy theexcitement of competition and the opportunity to winprizes; Sponsors receive increased recognition for theirbrand or product; and a professional administrator orPromoter can realise a profit.Volunteers do it for the love of the sport, so weacknowledge the contribution that you make tomotorcycle sport in Australia and greatly appreciate yourtime and effort given.All our volunteers have access to the full range ofMember Benefits at no cost to them. It’s another waythat we recognise volunteers’ cricial contribution to oursuccess.MA and the SCBs conduct courses in Officiating andCoaching and have support services to assist volunteerinvolvement in motorcycle sport.We would encourage anyone interested in becominginvolved in motorcycle sport to contact a club.Australian Riders’ Divisionwww.ard.org.auUntil recently, MA existed solely as the governing body ofmotorcycle sport in Australia.Motorcycling Australia saw the need for a national bodythat could be a resource for all motorcyclists, as a resultthe Australian Riders’ Division (ARD) was created.The Riders’ Division is not only a reason for non-racingmotorcyclists to be a part of Motorcycling Australia. It isalso another reason for members to get on their bikes- toenjoy the ride.There’s more about the Australian Riders’ Division at theback of this book

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTMA HALL OF FAMEMOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIA HALL OF FAMEAUSTRALIA’S WORLD CHAMPIONSAUSTRALIAN WORLD CHAMPIONS1936 Lionel Van Praag Speedway1938 Bluey Wilkinson Speedway1951-1952 Jack Young Speedway1957 Keith Campbell Road Racing (350cc)1961 Tom Phillis Road Racing (125cc)1969 Kel Carruthers Road Racing (250cc)1979 Barry Smith Road Racing (Formula TT)1981 Barry Smith Road Racing (Formula TT)1983 Steve Baker Speedway (under 21)1987 Wayne Gardner Road Racing (500cc)1992 Leigh Adams Speedway (under 21)1994-1998 Michael Doohan Road Racing (500cc)1995 Jason Crump Speedway (under 21)1996 Troy Corser Road racing (Superbikes)1997 Shane Watts Enduro (125cc)1997 Peter Goddard Road Racing (Endurance)2000 Stefan Merriman Enduro (250cc)2000 Warwick Nowland Road Racing (Endurance)2001 Troy Bayliss Road Racing (Superbikes)2001 Andrew Pitt Road Racing (Supersport)2001 Heinz Platacis Road Racing (Endurance)2001 Stefan Merriman Enduro (400cc)2002 Warwick Nowland Road Racing (Endurance)2003 Stefan Merriman Enduro (250cc)2003 Chad Reed Supercross (250cc)2003 Chris Vermeulen Road Racing (Supersport)2004 Karl Muggeridge Road Racing (Supersport)2004 Stefan Merriman Enduro E1 (125cc 2T v 250 4T)2004 Jason Crump Speedway2005 Troy Corser Road racing (Superbikes)2006 Jason Crump Speedway2006 Troy Bayliss Road Racing (Superbikes)2007 Casey Stoner Road Racing (Moto GP)2008 Chad Reed Supercross2008 Troy Bayliss Road Racing (Superbikes)2008 Andrew Pitt Road Racing (Supersport)2009 Jay Wilson Junior Motocross (85cc - 150F)2009 Darcy Ward Speedway (under 21)2009 Steve Martin Road Racing (Endurance)2009 Jason Crump Speedway2009 Mick Headland, Paul Waters Track Racing Sidecar 1000cc2010 Mick Headland, Jesse Headland Track Racing Sidecar 1000cc2010 Darcy Ward Speedway (under 21)2011 Darrin Treloar and Jesse Headland Track Racing Sidecar 1000cc2011 Casey Stoner Road Racing (Moto GP)2012 Caleb Grothes Junior MX (65cc)2012 Chris Holder World FIM Speedway Grand Prix19

MA HALL OF FAMEenjoy the rideMOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIA HALL OF FAMEAUSTRALIA’S WORLD CHAMPIONSLionel Van PraagBluey WilkinsonJack YoungKeith CampbellTom PhillisKel CarruthersBarry SmithWayne GardnerMichael DoohanStefan MerrimanAndrew PittTroy Bayliss20Troy CorserChad ReedCasey Stoner

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTMOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIA HALL OF FAMESECOND PLACE WORLD RANKINGS1961 Tom Phillis Road Racing (250cc)1964 Jack Ahearn Road Racing (500cc)1968 Jack Findlay Road Racing (500cc)1970 Kel Carruthers Road Racing (250cc and 350cc)1978-1979 Gregg Hansford Road Racing (250cc)1983 Billy Sanders Speedway1986/1988 Wayne Gardner Road Racing (500cc)1989 Jeff Leisk Motocross (500cc)1991-1992 Michael Doohan Road Racing (500cc)1995 Daryl Beattie Road Racing (500cc)1995 Troy Corser Road Racing (Superbikes)1996 Ryan Sullivan Speedway (under 21)2001 Chad Reed Motocross (250cc)Jack Findlay2001-2003/2005 Jason Crump Speedway2002 Troy Bayliss Road Racing (Superbikes)2003 Warwick Nowland Road Racing (Endurance)2004 Broc Parkes Road Racing (Supersport)2005 Casey Stoner Road Racing (250cc)2005 Stefan Merriman Enduro E2 (250cc 2T v 450cc 4T)2005 Jake Stapleton Enduro (Junior)2005 Kevin Curtain Road Racing (Supersport)2005 Chris Vermeulen Road Racing (Superbike)2005 Andrew McFarlane Motocross MX2 (125cc 2T v 250cc 4T)2006 Kevin Curtain Road Racing (Supersport)2006 Warwick Nowland Road Racing (Endurance)Chris Holder2007 Leigh Adams Speedway2007 Chad Reed Supercross2007 Broc Parkes Road Racing (Supersport)2007 Chris Holder Speedway (under 21)2008 Jason Crump Speedway2008 Chris Holder Speedway (under 21)2008 Troy Corser Road Racing (Superbikes)2008 Steve Martin Road Racing (Endurance)2008 Casey Stoner Road Racing (Moto GP)2009 Tye Simmonds Junior Motocross (125cc)2009 Chad Reed Supercross2011 Darcy Ward Speedway (under 21)Tye Simmonds2011 Damien Cudlin Road Racing (World Endurance)2011 Glenn O’Brien and Aaron Maynard Track Racing Sidecar 1000cc2012 Riley Dukes Junior MX (65cc)THIRD PLACE WORLD RANKINGS1936 Bluey Wilkinson Speedway1950 Graham Warren Speedway1951 Jack Biggs Speedway1954 Ken Kavanagh Road Racing (500cc)1958 Aub Lawson Speedway1959 Bob Brown Road Racing (350cc and 500cc)1966 Jack Findlay Road Racing (500cc)1968 Kel Carruthers Road Racing (350cc)1968-1969 Barry Smith Road Racing (50cc)1973 John Dodds Road Racing (250cc)1976 Phil Crump Speedway1978-1979 Gregg Hansford Road Racing (350cc)1980 Billy Sanders Speedway1990 Michael Doohan Road Racing (500cc)1990 Todd Wiltshire Speedway1991 Jason Lyons Speedway (under 21)1991-1992 Rob Phillis Road Racing (Superbikes)1993 Daryl Beattie Road Racing (500cc)1994 Jason Crump Speedway (under 21)1994 Craig Boyce Speedway1995 Ryan Sullivan Speedway (under 21)MA HALL OF FAME21

MA HALL OF FAMEenjoy the rideMOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIA HALL OF FAMETHIRD PLACE WORLD RANKINGS (Continued)1996 Shane Watts Enduro (250cc)1998 Troy Corser Road Racing (Superbikes)2002 Ryan Sullivan Speedway2005 Leigh Adams Speedway2006 Stefan Merriman Enduro E22006 Stefan Merriman ISDE (Enduro E2)2006 Damian Cudlin Road Racing (Endurance2007 Jason Crump Speedway2007 Damien Cudlin Road Racing (Endurance)2007 Steve Martin Road Racing (Endurance)2008 Josh Brookes Road Racing (Supersport)2009 Dylan Long Junior Motocross (85cc - 1504T)2010 Wilson Todd Junior Motocross (65cc)2010 Jason Crump Speedway2011 Grant Bond and Simon Cox Track Racing (Sidecar 1000cc)2012 Casey Stoner Road Racing (MotoGP)Damien Cudlin22AUSTRALIAN TEAMS1974 Pairs Speedway 2nd1976 Team Speedway (Phil Crump, Billy Sanders, Phil Hearne, John Boulger) 1st1990 Pairs Speedway 2nd1994 ISDE Junior Trophy 2nd1995 ISDE Junior Trophy (Ian Cunningham, Shane Watts, Shawn Reed Jamie Cunningham) 1st1998 ISDE World Trophy 3rdISDE Junior Trophy3rd1999 Team Speedway (Jason Crump, Leigh Adams, Ryan Sullivan Jason Lyons, Todd Wiltshire) 1st1999 ISDE World Trophy 3rd2001 Team Speedway (Jason Crump, Leigh Adams, Ryan Sullivan, Todd Wiltshire, Craig Boyce, Jason 1stLyons)2002 Team Speedway (Ryan Sullivan, Todd Wiltshire, Leigh Adams, Jason Crump, Jason Lyons) 1st2003 Team Speedway 2nd2006 Oceania Motocross (Nathan Brochtrup, Lee Ellis, Josh Strang, Kirk Gibbs, Chris Hollis, Cody 1stMackie, Ryan Marmont, Joel Passlow, Harley Quinlan, Tye Simmonds, Todd Waters)2006 ISDE Junior Team (Christopher Hollis, Joshua Strang, Blake Hore, Darren Lloyd) 3rd2007 Team Speedway (Ryan Sullivan, Rory Schlein, Leigh Adams, Jason Crump, Chris Holder, Dave 3rdWatt)2007 Oceanic Motocross (Craig Anderson, Troy Carroll, Lee Ellis, Jay Marmont, Jake Moss, Cameron 1stTatlor, Danny Anderson, Lewis Stewart, Kristy Gillespie, Ashlea Bates, Adelia Barton, Tye Simmons,Ross Beaton, Luke Arbon)2008 ISDE Junior Team (Jarrod Bewley, Geoff Braico, Blake Hore, Andrew Lloyd) 2nd2009 Junior Motocross (Tye Simmonds, Jay Wilson) 1st2009 Team Speedway (Leigh Adams, Jason Crump, Chris Holder, Davey Watt, Troy Batchelor) 2nd2009 Women’s ISDE Team (Alison Parker, Jacqui Jones, Jemma Wilson) 3rd2010 Oceanic Motocross (Mitchell Evans, Joel Dinsdale, Matt Phillips, Hunter Lawrence, Jack Simpson, 1stJason Reed, Jordan Hill, Jayden Archer, Errol Willis, Dylan Dukes, Thomas Henry, Dylan Long,Jackson Williams, Blake Colleton, Kale Makeham)2010 Junior Motocross (Wilson Todd, Mitchell Evans, Joel Dinsdale, Scott Mann, Matt Phillips, Errol Willis) 3rd2011 ISDE Womens Team (Allison Parker, Jess Gardiner, Jemma Wilson) 3rd2011 ISDE Men’s Team - E2 Class (Toby Price, Matthew Phillips 1st2011 MXoN (Chad Read, Brett Metcalf, Matt Moss) 3rd2011 Speedway World Cup (Jason Crump, Darcy Ward, Chris Holder, Davey Watt, Troy Bachelor) 2nd

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTAUSTRALIAN TEAMS (Continued)2012 ISDE Womens Trophy Team (Jess Gardiner, Tanya Hearn, Tayla Jones) 3rd2012 ISDE Senior Trophy Team (Toby Price, Matt Phillips, Glenn Kearney, Josh Strang, Daniel Milner, 2ndChris Hollis)2012 Speedway World Cup team (Chris Holder, Davey Watt, Jason Crump, Darcy Ward, Troy Batchelor 2nd2012 Speedway World Cup U21 (Darcy Ward, Sam Masters, Dakota North, Alex Davies, Nick Morris) 2nd2012 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSAUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSMOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIA HALL OF FAME2012 AUSTRALIAN ROAD RACING CHAMPIONSHIPSuperbikeSupersport1st Josh Waters 1st Mitchell Carr2nd Wayne Maxwell 2nd Josh Hook3rd Jamie Stauffer 3rd Brodie WatersSuperstock 600ccSuperstock (Prostock) 1000cc1st Daniel Falzon 1st Linden Magee2nd Brad Gross 2nd Chas Hern3rd James Beck 3rd Phill LovettMoto3250 Production1st Lincoln Gilding 1st Luke Burgess2nd Corey Turner 2nd Zac Levy3rd Hudson Pitt 3rd Evan BylesSuperlitesF1 Sidecars1st Lachlan Hill 1st Chris Pym/Matt Johnson2nd Zac Zanesco 2nd Jeff Browns/Steve Bonney3rd Jake Thomas 3rd Dave Boughen/Tony Windle2012 AUSTRALIAN HISTORIC ROAD RACING CHAMPIONSHIPPeriod 2 Vintage UnlimitedPeriod 4 Post Classic 132cc - 250cc1st David Morse 1st Lindsay Mackay2nd David Woolsey 2nd David Keenan3rd Mark Vella 3rd Mitchell HockleyPeriod 3 Classic 132cc - 250ccPeriod 4 Post Classic 263cc - 500cc1st Philip Paton 1st Russell Fairbain2nd Graeme Roberts 2nd Adam Senior3rd Craig Keenan 3rd Keith CampbellPeriod 3 Classic 263cc - 350ccPeriod 4 Post Classic 368cc - 500cc1st Levi Day 1st Sam Muldoon2nd Philip Paton 2nd Bob Mariner3rd Keith Campbell 3rd Martin PearsonPeriod 3 Classic 526cc - 1300ccPeriod 4 Post Classic Sidecars1st Jack Wright 1st T.Campbell/B.Fitzgerald2nd Joe Ahern 2nd G.Grant/P.Treacey3rd David Woolsey 3rd T.Gay/G.ButlerPeriod 5 Forgotten Era 125ccPeriod 6 New Era 125cc1st Lindsay McKay 1st Jason Dunn2nd Stephen Kairl 2nd Stephen Kairl3rd James Barklay 3rd Paul BorgPeriod 5 Forgotten Era 132cc-250ccPeriod 6 New Era 250cc1st Stephen Ward 1st Jason Dun2nd Mick Damon 2nd Alan Johnston3rd Dereck Brown 3rd Paul BorgPeriod 5 Forgotten Era 368cc - 500ccPeriod 6 New Era 368cc - 500cc1st Mitchell Mulligan 1st Sean Purcell2nd Colin Heather 2nd Simon Dickson3rd Mick Damon 3rd Kieran McGeown23

AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSenjoy the ride2012 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONS2012 AUSTRALIAN HISTORIC ROAD RACING CHAMPIONSHIP (Continued)Period 5 Forgotten Era 526cc - 1300cc Period 6 New Era Formula 7501st Cameron Donald 1st Brett Clark2nd Leo Cash 2nd Chris Price3rd Laurie Fyffe 3rd Robert ColePeriod 5 Forgotten Era Formula 750Period 6 New Era 788cc - 1300cc1st Dave Mason 1st Murray Clark2nd Mitchell Mulligan 2nd Nigel Taylor3rd Bob Garner 3rd Brett ClarkePeriod 5 Forgotten Era SidecarsPeriod 5 Forgotten Era 350cc1st D.Chivas/M.Mckinnon 1st Glen Kelleher2nd P.Selke/L.Cornwell 2nd Adam Senior3rd E.Poucher/B.Poucher 3rd Terry Morris2012 AUSTRALIAN SUPERMOTARD CHAMPIONSHIPSSupermotard S1Supermotard S21st Luke Trail Ben Nicholson2nd Dave Oliver Jarrod Koppe3rd Phil Lovett David Roughley2012 AUSTRALIAN SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPSSupercross LitesSupercross Open1st Gavin Faith 1st Jay Marmont2nd Ryan Marmont 2nd Daniel McCoy3rd Kade Mosic 3rd Chad ReedUnder 191st Kale Makeham2nd Hayden Mellross3rd Jay Wilson2012 AUSTRALIAN MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPPro OpenPro Lite1st Josh Coppins 1st Dale Ford2nd Todd Waters 2nd Luke Styke3rd Cody Cooper 3rd Josh CachiaUnder 19Women1st Kayne Lamont 1st Meghan Rutledge2nd Dylan Long 2nd Mackenzie Tricker3rd Dylan Leary 3rd Kristy Gillespie2012 AUSTRALIAN JUNIOR MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP50cc Auto Div 2 7 - U965cc 7 - U91st Billy Payne 1st Jett Lawrence2nd Brad West 2nd Dominic Walker3rd Jasyn Rodney 3rd Regan Turner65cc 9 - U1165cc 11 - U131st Bailey Malkiewicz 1st Caleb Grothues2nd Rhys Budd 2nd Riley Dukes3rd Tyler Darby 3rd Liam Walsh85cc 2 stk Standard Wheels 9 - U12 yrs85cc 2 stk Std & Big Wheels 12 - U14 yrs1st Caleb Grouthues 1st Wilson Todd2nd Callum Norton 2nd Mitchel Evans3rd Riley Dukes 3rd Hunter Lawrence85cc 2 stk Std & Big Wheels 14 - U16 yrs100cc - 150cc 2 stk 13 - U15 yrs1st Dylan Heaton 1st Dylan Heaton2nd Blake Colleton 2nd Jake Pruiti3rd Elias Dukes 3rd Wilson Todd24

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT2012 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSAUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONS2012 AUSTRALIAN JUNIOR MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP (Continued)100cc - 150cc 2 stk 15 yrs150cc 4 stk Standard Wheels 9 - U12 yrs1st Joel Wightman 1st Riley Dukes2nd Richard Evans 2nd Mason Rowe3rd Dylan Wilson 3rd Regan Duffy150cc 4 stk Std & Big Wheel 12 - U14 yrs150cc 4 stk Std & Big Wheel 14 - U16 yrs1st Kaleb Barham 1st Elias Dukes2nd Jimmy Griffin 2nd Wayne Stewart3rd Dylan Dukes 3rd Lochie Latimer200cc - 250 4 stk 13 - U15 yrs200cc - 250 4 stk 15 yrs1st Jesse Dobson 1st Jesse Madden2nd Wayde Carter 2nd Joel Wightman3rd Caleb Ward 3rd Aaron Tanti85cc 2 stk & 150cc 4 stk Girls 12-U16 yrs150cc 2 stk & 250cc 4 stk Girls 13-U16 yrs1st Alisha Barrett 1st Emma Milesevic2nd Cheyenne Taylor 2nd Jozee Adamson3rd Jozee Adamson 3rd Alisha Barrett2012 AUSTRALIAN QUAD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPPro OpenWomen’s1st Luke Gaisford 1st Simone Gaisford2nd Ryan Lancaster 2nd Sarah Moore3rd Daniel Middleton 3rd Melissa DaviesVeterans 35-44 Masters 45+1st Craig Blackburn 1st Rick Beer2nd Robert Booth 2nd David Harris3rd David Lloyd 3rd Pete Middleton200cc 2 stk- 300cc 4 stk Juniors up to 16 90cc 2 stk – 110cc 4stk (9 - U13)1st Christopher Bosnakis 1st Aidan Robinson2nd Kellan Robinson 2nd Jack Wilcox3rd Aston Oliver 3rd James Ogenis200cc 2 stk - 300cc 4 stk 12-U16 Girls 90cc 2 stk- 110cc 4 stk Std (7 - U10)1st Kristen Ellis 1st Aidan Robinson2nd Rebekah Lloyd 2nd Mikayla Condon3rd Hailey Halsall 3rd Emma LavercombeIntermediate QuadsClubman Quads1st Anthony Pearce 1st Hayden Bennet2nd Liam Glover 2nd Ashley McGough3rd Harison van Vliet 3rd Daniel Saltoggio2012 AUSTRALIAN CLASSIC MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPSPre 1965 Solo 263cc & overPre 1965 Solo 250cc1st Greg Cavell 1st Brad Vanberrelo2nd Rory Macdonald 2nd John Boag3rd Rob Blacmore 3rd Greg KaddatzPre 1970 Solo 250ccPre 1970 Solo 263cc & over1st John Boag 1st Robin Hall2nd Robin Hall 2nd Kerry Marsh3rd Ross Merrick 3rd Mark BirkettPre 1975 Solo 125ccPre 1975 4-stroke All Powers1st Dean Rowe 1st Barry Haak2nd Troy Kellaway 2nd Sean Allanson3rd Glen Chadwick 3rd Noel LewisPre 1975 Solo 263cc & overPre 1975 Solo 250cc1st Brad Vanbarrelo 1st Peter Harwood2nd Simon Broad 2nd Glen Chadwick3rd Henry Leatham 3rd Steven Newman25

AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSenjoy the ride2012 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONS2012 AUSTRALIAN CLASSIC MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS (Continued)Pre 1978 Solo 125ccPre 1978 Solo 263cc & over1st Jody Smith 1st Brad Van Barrelo2nd Brad Vanbarrelo 2nd Jody Smith3rd Justin McMahon 3rd John KittlePre 1975 Solo 250cc 40-49Pre 1978 Solo 250cc1st Richard Speak 1st Christian Horwood2nd Daryn Moore 2nd John Kittle3rd Graham Simeonidis 3rd Justin WiesemesPre 1975 Solo 263cc 60 plusPre 1975 Solo 250cc 60 plus1st John Boag 1st John Boag2nd Andy Dykes 2nd Kevin Brown3rd Alan Mitchell 3rd Brian CoxPre 1975 Solo 125cc 50-59Pre 1975 Sidecar up to 1300cc1st Russell Ralph 1st J McMurdo/W Holloway2nd Brian Ward 2nd M Moloney/D Mattock3rd Alan Riha 3rd A Laman/V FletcherPre 1975 40-49 Pre 1975 250cc 50-591st Brad Vanbarrelo 1st Brian Watson2nd Simon Broad 2nd Steven Gossage3rd John Kemp 3rd Nick FitzgeraldPre 1975 Solo 125cc 40-49Pre 1960 Solo All Powers1st John Kemp 1st Vaugh Fletcher2nd Troy Kellaway 2nd Michael Crawley3rd Dean Rowe 3rd Isaak HiggsSuper Senior Class Pre 1975 50-591st Colin Metcher 1st Richard Speak2nd Greg Leaney 2nd Henry Leatham3rd Bill Watson 3rd Robin Hall2012 AUSTRALIAN SPEEDWAY CHAMPIONSHIPSSenior Under 211st Chris Holder 1st Taylor Pool2nd Davey Watt 2nd Justin Sedgmen3rd Cameron Woodward 3rd Alex DaviesSidecar Under 161st Darrin Treloar/Simon Cohrs 1st Bradey Kurtz2nd Grant Bond/Glen Cox 2nd Jack Holder3rd Scott Christopher/Tyler Moon 3rd Lawson WaltersUnder 16 Teams350cc Juniors1st Jack Holder/Brady Kurtz 1st Jack Holder2nd Max Fricke/Cooper Riordan 2nd Bradey Kurtz3rd Zane Kennedy/Brandon Coglan 3rd Max FrickeUnder 16 Sidecar1st Tom Pearce/Denny Cox2nd Ashley Duncan/Kaleb Kennedy3rd Jake Mitchell/Dakota Ballantyne2012 AUSTRALIAN SENIOR DIRT TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPPro Lites 250cc 4 -strokePro Open 450cc 4-stroke1st Luke Richards 1st Jake Allen2nd Alan McDonald 2nd Jace Castles3rd Sean McClellan 3rd Ryan DouglasMX Open 500cc 2 stk & over 450cc 4 stkUnlimited Open1st Jace Castles 1st Jace Castles2nd Sean McClellan 2nd Jake Allen3rd Luke Richards 3rd Luke Richards26

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT2012 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSAUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONS2012 AUSTRALIAN SENIOR DIRT TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP (Continued)Quads Pro 4501100cc Sidecars1st Mel Brandle 1st Adam Liebke/Graham Liebke2nd Toby Hyde 2nd Steve Liebke/Mick Doyle3rd Lyle Prowse 3rd Corey Banks/Tom BanksQuads Open Under 191st Mel Brandle 1st Robert Menzies Sargent2nd Adrian Wise 2nd Ryan Douglas3rd Toby Hyde 3rd Brendan BoswellWomen Open1st Kyla McClelland2nd Briony Henderickson3rd Meika Bouwman2012 AUSTRALIAN JUNIOR DIRT TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP200cc-250cc 4-Stroke 13-U16 years 100cc to 150cc 2-Stk & 200cc to 250cc 4-Stk 13-U161st Hunter Anderson 1st Hunter Anderson2nd Kane Burns 2nd Kane Burns3rd Brendan Sharp 3rd Josh Macdonald65cc 9-U13 years65cc 7-U9 years1st Tom Edwards 1st Joel Kelso2nd Kyle Andrews 2nd Zane Faull3rd Callan Davies 3rd Kruse Bradey85cc 2-stk & 150cc 4-stk 11-U13 yrs (Std Wheel)85cc 2-stk & 150cc 4-stk 11-U13 yrs (Big Wheel)1st Boyd Hollis 1st Aubrey Faull2nd Sam Davies 2nd Mitchell James3rd Ben Miller 3rd Boyd Hollis85cc 4-stk Modified 7-U10 years85cc 2 stk & 150cc 4 stk 9-U11 yrs (Std Wheel)1st Joel Kelso 1st Isaac Hawes2nd Callin Davies 2nd Josh Dominello3rd Broc Feeney 3rd Kye Andrews100cc 2-stk & 150cc 2-stk 13-U16 years85cc 4-stroke Modified 10-U14 years1st Kye Thomson 1st Tom Herrick2nd Josh Macdonald 2nd Aubrey Faull3rd Hunter Anderson 3rd Mitchell Cluff2012 AUSTRALIAN SENIOR LONG TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPPro OpenMX Open Solo1st Joey Ringwood 1st Jace Castles2nd Hunter Anderson 2nd Sean McLellan3rd Alan McDonald 3rd Alex GiffinPro Lites Quads Pro 4501st Joey Ringwood 1st Jody Hyde2nd Ryan Douglas 2nd Nolan Bills3rd Brayden Elliott 3rd Robert BoothLong Track SidecarDirt Track Sidecar1st James Hinton/Jack Summerrling 1st Ben Raffin/Barry Raffin Jnr2nd Grant Bond/Glenn Cox 2nd Adam Liebke/Graham Liebke3rd Michael Farrell Jnr/Robert Scott 3rd Afghan/Mick DoyleUnder 19Women’s Open1st Ryan Douglas 1st Briony Hendrickson2nd Hunter Anderson 2nd Mieka Bouwman3rd Robbie Menzie-Sergant 3rd Nikki Keys27

AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSenjoy the ride2012 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONS2012 AUSTRALIAN JUNIOR LONG TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP65cc 7-U9 years65cc 9-U13 years1st Joel Kelso 1st Mathew Gilmore2nd Kruze Brady 2nd Tom Edwards3rd Jack Yunker 3rd Caleb Porter85cc 4-stk Mod 10-U14 years85cc 2-stk & 150cc 4-stk 9-U11 (Std Wheel)1st Declan Kennedy 1st Tom Edwards2nd Hayden Spinks 2nd Connor Ryan3rd Tom Herrick 3rd Declan Kennedy85cc 2-stk & 150cc 4-stk 11-U13 (Std Wheel)85cc 2-stk & 150cc 4-stk 11-U13 (Big Wheel)1st Zack Cook 1st Zack Cook2nd Broc Pearson 2nd Hayden Spinks3rd Hayden Spinks 3rd Jahkai Nelligan85cc 2-stk & 150cc 4-stk 13-U16 (Std Wheel)85cc 2-stk & 150cc 4-stk 13-U16 (Big Wheel)1st Nathan Pryor 1st Ben Cook2nd Jarrod Brook 2nd Lawson Walters3rd Illish Ross 3rd Kye Thomson100cc 2-stk & 150cc 2-stk 13-U16 years200cc to 250cc 4-stk 13-U16 years1st Brady Kurtz 1st Zane Kennedy2nd Ben Cook 2nd Josh Pickering3rd Max Croker 3rd Josh MacDonald85cc 2-stk & 150cc 4-stk Girls 11-U16 years100/150cc 2-stk & 200/250cc 4-stk Girls 13-U16 years1st Illish Ross 1st llish Ross2nd Lauren Jones 2nd Nikki-Lee Keys3rd Keegan Pickering 3rd Lauren Jones85cc 4-stk Modified 7-U10 years100/150cc 2-stk & 200/250cc 4-stk 13-U16 years1st Joel Kelso 1st Hunter Anderson2nd Josh Domminello 2nd Josh Pickering3rd Keynan Rew 3rd Josh MacDonald2012 AUSTRALIAN MOTO TRIALS CHAMPIONSHIPOpen SoloMasters1st Jake Whitaker 1st Karl Clark2nd Kyle Middleton 2nd Grant Morris3rd Colin Zarczynski 3rd Simon Van BaalenOpen Junior Veteran 40-491st Liam Draper 1st Brenton Hogan2nd Issac Luft 2nd Peter Bayles3rd James Wagner 3rd Steve Lloyd-CoxSidecar Veteran’s 50-591st Justin Gough/Maurice Blanchard 1st Steve Johnson2nd Chris Schultz/Stuart Gerhardy 2nd Robert White3rd Jason Griffiths/Aaron Staines 3rd Scott StephensPost ClassicVeteran’s 60 plus1st Brendan Johnson 1st Steve Holzhauser2nd Malcolm Chapman 2nd Tim English3rd Dave Thomas 3rd Neil BerneWomenYouth1st Kristie McKinnon 1st Blake Fox2nd Stefanie Downes 2nd Jonathon Chellas3rd Brooke Lonie 3rd Drew AndersonJunior Women1st Whitney Luft2nd Lucinda Clarke3rd Bridgit King28

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONS2012 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONS2012 AUSTRALIAN 4-DAY ENDUROE1 100 to 150cc 2 stk & 150cc to 250cc 4 stkE2 175 to 250cc 2 stk & 275cc to 450cc 4 stk1st Daniel Milner 1st Matthew Phillips2nd Alex Salvini 2nd Glenn Kearney3rd Peter Boyle 3rd Josh GreenE3 290 to 500cc 2-stk and 475 to 650cc 4-stkMasters1st Toby Price 1st Stuat Bennett2nd Stefan Merriman 2nd Derek Grundy3rd Daniel Sanders 3rd Pete GoldingVeteransWomen's1st Damian Smith 1st Jessica Gardiner2nd Kirk Hutton 2nd Tanya Hearn3rd David Fleming 3rd Tamara Gray2012 AUSTRALIAN OFF ROAD CHAMPIONSHIPE1 - 100 to 150cc 2 stk & 150cc to 250cc 4 stkE2 - 175 to 250cc 2 stk & 275cc to 450cc 4 stk1st Daniel Milner 1st Matt Phillips2nd Josh Green 2nd Glenn Kearney3rd Ben Burrell 3rd Chris HollisE3 - 290 to 500cc 2-stk and 475 to 650cc 4-stkOutright1st Toby Price 1st Toby Price2nd Stefan Merriman 2nd Daniel Milner3rd Scott Keegan 3rd Matt PhillipsWomen'sVeterans1st Jessica Gardiner 1st Damian Smith2nd Emily Karlsson 2nd Jason Pearce3rd Jemma Wilson 3rd Craig WeaseMastersJunior J1 - 85cc 2-stk & up to 150 4-Stk1st Trent Lean 1st Mitchell Brierley2nd Robert Day 2nd Joshua Brierley3rd Ian Jenner 3rd Emi RuprechtJunior J2 - 85cc 2-stk & up to 150 4-StkJunior J3 - 125cc - 200cc 2-stk & 150 - 250 4-stk1st Dylan Heaton 1st Tom Mason2nd Wil Ruprecht 2nd Nic Tomlinson3rd Stuart Holt 3rd Harrison McCleanJunior J4 - 125cc - 200cc 2-stk & 150 - 250 4-stk1st Peter-Daniel Allan2nd Todd Barry3rd Isaac Richardson29

CALENDARenjoy the ride2013 AUSTRALIAN MOTORCYCLING CALENDARDates may be subject to change Check www.ma.org.au or respective websitesjanuary 2013 february 20135 Rd 1 Senior Solo Speedway, Gillman SA 22-24 World Superbikes & ASBK support Phillip Island9 Rd 2 Senior Solo Speedway, Goulburn VIC12 Rd 3 Senior Solo Speedway, Kurri Kurru NSW13 Senior Solo Teams Speedway, Kurri Kurri NSW19 U21 Solo & U16 350cc Speedway, Kurri Kurri NSW25-27 International Island Classic, Phillip Island VICmarch 2013 april 20132 Come and Try Day All States 5-7 ASBK Rd 2 with V8’s, Symmons Plains TAS16-17 AORC Rd 1 & 2, Buladelah NSW 6-7 AORC Rd 3 & 4, Warwick QLD30-31 Sidecar Speedway, Gillman SA 14 Motocross Rd1, Raymond Terrace NSW18-21 ASBK Rd 3, Hidden Valley NT28 Motocross Rd 2, Murray Bridge SAmay 2013 june 20135 Motocross Rd 3 Wonthaggi VIC 2 Motocross Rd 5 Conondale QLD19 Motocross Rd 4 Broadford VIC 8-10 Senior Dirt Track Gunnedah NSW25-26 AORC Rd 5 & 6 Corner Inlet VIC 14-16 ASBK Rd 4 QLD Raceway29-30 AORC Rd 7 & 8 Barossa SA30Want to volunteer for one of these events?

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTCALENDAR2013 AUSTRALIAN MOTORCYCLING CALENDARDates may be subject to change Check www.ma.org.au or respective websitesjuly 2013 august 2013TBA Junior Dirt Track, Wyalong NSW 1-4 ASBK Rd 4 & 5, Eastern Creek NSW14 Motocross, Appin NSW 11 Motocross Rd 8, Swan Hill VIC17-20 Australian Four Day Enduro, Horvey WA 17-18 AORC Rd 9 & 10, Bendigo VIC28 Motocross, Hervey Bay QLD 23-25 Supermoto, Whitsunday Raceway QLD25 Motocross Rd 9, Toowoomba QLD31 Motocross Rd 10, Coolum QLDseptember 2013 october 20137-8 AORC Rd 11 & 12, Dungog NSW 4-6 ASBK Rd 7, Phillip Island VIC20-22 Junior Long Track, Mike Hatcher Raceway QLD 5-7 Classic Dirt Track, Temora NSW20-27 Australian Safari, WA 5-6 Moto Trials, VIC28-5 Junior Motocross, Horsham VIC 18-20 MotoGP, Phillip Island VICnovember 2013 december 20132-3 Classic Motocross, Lester Edminster Raceway ACT15-17 Historic Road Race, Wanneroo WA23-24 Road Race Tripple Crown with V8’s, Phillip IslandGo to www.ma.org.au/2013 calendar for the following event information as it comes tohand:Super Cross, to run between Oct & NovAust Sidecar Road Race Championship (to run with some State Championship rounds)Aust Supermoto Championship (to run with some State rounds)Go to www.ma.org.au31

MEDIA GUIDEenjoy the rideMOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIA MEDIA GUIDE32FOR RIDERS, CLUBS AND PROMOTERSGet your local media involved:Local media such as newspapers and radio stationsare a great place to start to increase coverage of yourefforts as a rider or for an event you are promoting.If you’re just starting out and haven’t done muchpromotion work before, don’t be afraid to ask themedia what information they need and if they haveany advice for you.Remember, if you have any questions aboutmedia/event promotion, your SCB and the MACommunications Department are only a phonecall away.Also consider asking around for someone studyingPublic Relations, Journalism or Marketing andCommunications, who might be interested in helpingout with your promotion as work experience. Contactyour local university or TAFE to see if they run relatedcourses and have some students who may beinterested in helping out. There are many websiteswhere you can advertise work experience placementsto help with your promotion.NEWSPAPERS:Find out if your local newspaper has a separatesports editor (if not speak to the news editor) andtell them about your efforts or event. Ask them ifthey’d be interested in coming out to see you ride orto attend the event, or if they’d like you to send moreinformation through.RADIO:Similarly, when ringing your local radio station ask tospeak to the news producer, or if you are interestedin getting promotion on a particular program (e.g. theSunday afternoon sports program) then ask to speakwith the producer of that program. Again, explainwhat your news is and ask if they would like you tosend them some more information.TELEVISION:If you are approaching a television station ask tospeak with the news desk or someone in sports.As with radio, explain what your news is, includingopportunities to secure action footage or interviewsand ask if they would like you to send them somemore information.If they ask you to send through more information, findout the best way to send this information through tothem – fax, email, hard copy. Most of the time emailwill be preferred; as such the best format to presentthis information is as a press release.PRESS RELEASES:A press release is a short, one page news storythat provides the reader with the: who, what, when,where, and why of the story. This information shouldbe included in the first one – two paragraphs of therelease. It should also include a headline – whichsummarises the story, a date, and contact details at theend of the release for anyone seeking more information.(A downloadable press release template is availablefor you to use from the MA website at www.ma.org.au/media.)In a press release you should;* Write like a reporter writes a news story (read itthrough in your head in a news-reader voice to seeif it works)* Use simple and easy to understand language, asif a 10 year old could read it.* Ensure your writing is short and snappy and get tothe point quickly - one sentence is the equal to oneparagraph in press releases* Answer any questions a journalist may have,make it as easy as possible for them to write thestory.* Present the facts in an ‘inverted pyramid’ styleof writing – the most important information alwaysgoes at the top, that way if only the first two orthree paragraphs are read they still get the mostimportant information.* Proof read, proof read again and have someoneelse proof read your release for you. Check forspelling, grammar and the correct wording.* Include an image.INTERVIEWS:If you are speaking with your local media and they areinterested in interviewing you or someone else in order towrite a story, the following are some of the do’s and don’tsof interviews for TV, radio, newspapers, magazines, andwebsites, as well as pointers on preparation.Preparation:* Be accessible, return all calls within 24 hours andensure you have a professional voicemail messagethat you check regularly.* Think of questions you might be asked andprepare some answers.* Write down key messages you wish to tellthem about so that you stay focused whenanswering questions.* Practice! It might sound stupid, and feel even

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTMOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIA MEDIA GUIDEworse but getting someone to ‘mock’ interviewyou is a great way to practice, as it should bemuch easier talking to a journalist than havinga friend or family member interviewing you!* Dress to suit the situation, always wear yourteam/sponsor/club clothing for interviews andofficial occasions. (And be mindful of visibletattoos and obvious piercings.).* Be Punctual!During the interview:* Find out how much the journalist knows onthe topic, it will change the type of answers youneed to give.* Find out the length of the interview, so youknow how long your answers should be.* Don’t feel like you have to start talkinginstantly, take a slow breath and take your timeto think about the question. Speak slowly; beconfident, clear and to the point.* Don’t feel that you have to keep talking to fillthe silence, if you’ve said all you want to say,stop talking!* Avoid - waffling on and using; ‘um, ah’, ‘yeah,no, yeah’, ‘you know’ and putting ‘but’ andthe end of each sentence. If you’re talking tosomeone from outside the industry, don’t usetechnical industry-specific words.* Never ‘bag’ or talk negatively about others,the interview should be about you, andnever lie.* Keep in mind the facts of the event or yourstory; don’t go off on a tangent. Make sure youknow all the facts about the race, the club, theChampionship, and the event, whatever it isthat they are interviewing you about includingthings not directly related to you.* If you had a bad race, or an event was rainedout, don’t dwell on the negative, look for apositive angle. E.g. if you fell off and DNF’d,rather than talk about how bad it is, talk abouthow you’ve learned from it and will hopefully beable to improve next time.* If you feel yourself loosing it, don’t be afraidto ask them what the question was again, andtake your time to think about an answer.* Use the opportunity to thank sponsors,teammates, parents and any anyone else whohas helped you.MEDIA GUIDEIf television cameras are present:* Don’t look at the camera, instead look at theperson who is talking to you, maintain eyecontact with them and don’t fidget.* Don’t wear sunglasses on camera, however ifthey are sponsor glasses, place them on the topof your head.At the end of an interview:* Thank the journalist for their time.* Ask who else they are interviewing and putthem in touch with other people in the field(even your competition) and ask if there’sanything else you can help them with.* Be a good resource for the journalist about theindustry, not just what directly relates to you;if you help them out they will more likely coveryou or your events.* Journalism is based on trust so don’t burn ajournalist with bad information.It is important to remember that even if you havespent hours writing press releases, made countlessphone calls and have been interviewed by ajournalist, if something more ‘newsworthy’ comesup - it could be a dramatic car crash or somethingseemingly ridiculous like a dog saving a chicken -your story could be dropped and forgotten.This can happen, and is not meant to discourageyou; however it is a reality of promotion and publicrelations. It pays to have thick skin and to persevereno matter how many times your story gets rejected.OTHER PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITIES:In addition to media coverage there are other waysthat you can increase promotion of an event that youare organising or riding in, which include:* Creating posters and distributing them toshops along your town’s main street to put intheir front window is a great way of increasingthe event’s profile.* Printing flyers to put in mail boxes of people inthe local area.* Visits to local schools with a bike and a rider tohave a chat about what you do and rider safety.This is a great way to get children interested inthe sport and you can take posters and somefree tickets to give away.* Setting up a static display in your localshopping centre (with centre permission) is alsoa great way of getting more people interestedin the event.33

MEDIA GUIDEenjoy the rideMOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIA MEDIA GUIDE34Speak with your SCB or with the MA CommunicationsDepartment for more information about thesepromotional activities.SPONSORSHIP:Sponsorship plays a vital role in the success of oursport, for an event or so you can continue riding in yourchosen discipline.Before approaching sponsors it is important to dosome research and preparation. You should researchpotential sponsors with a similar interest, or sponsorsfrom outside the motorcycling industry who could standto benefit from exposure within it.Preparation:* Create a brief sponsorship proposal. Don’t beput off by the name; it’s just an information packthat sells you! It should include things like:- A letter introducing yourself andexplaining what you want (product orfinancial support) and how it would helpyou. It should also include an explanationof what’s in it for the sponsor – whatyou can offer them in return for theirsponsorship, which is the most importantpart of the proposal. The letter should alsoinclude background information such as:website details, statistics, member numbersof your club and your contact details.Even though you need to put most of thisinformation in, the letter still needs to beshort and sweet one to two pages max!It pays to do several drafts and get a fewpeople to proof read them for you.- You should also include a record of yourrecent results or successful events thatyou have run, and if possible include somephotographs.- Any positive newspaper clippingsabout you (keep the originals and usephotocopies instead).- In total the proposal should be no longerthan four pages.* Find the right person in an organisationto approach about sponsorship, often theMarketing or Brand Manager or in smallbusinesses it is often the General Manager.* Have reasonable expectations and don’t bediscouraged by rejection, you will be rejectedmore times than you will be accepted.Approaching potential sponsors:* Send through a copy of your proposal – emailor hard copy - and follow up with a phone call theday after. Explain what you are interested in, andoffer to come in and meet them.* Be punctual.* Present yourself well; stand up straight, dressappropriately, speak clearly and don’t havechewing gum in your mouth.* When you first meet them, take off your hat,shake their hand and make eye contact andintroduce yourself.* Sell yourself, what’s in it for them? How canthey get value for their sponsorship of you oryour event?* Have a copy of your materials (see preparationsection) on hand to show them even if you’vealready sent it to them.* Answer any questions they may have andthank them for their time when you head off.Retaining Sponsors:If you are successful in securing sponsorship makesure you keep them informed and up-to-date withyour activities.* Ensure that you service your sponsor andthat you fulfil the terms of your agreement atevents. Don’t do the wrong thing by a sponsor,word travels fast, and you could find yourselfblacklisted.* Following each race/event let the sponsor knowhow it went and keep in contact with them, letthem know of any exciting developments andinclude them in your press release list.* If, unfortunately, something goes wrong, keepyour sponsors informed.* If you receive any media coverage keep arecord of it and send them a copy.* Provide them with a yearly report to show them(in words and pictures) what you’ve done aspart of the agreement, another alternative wouldbe to provide them with a framed picture with amessage of thanks for their support included.* If for some reason a sponsor cannot continueworking with you (it happens), be goodnatured about it, politely ask for a reason, andirrespective of the answer extend them theopportunity to re-establish the relationship infuture if they are interested.

PHILOSOPHY OF GCR’Senjoy the ride36THE GENERAL COMPETITION RULESTHE PHILOSOPHY AND STRUCTURE OF THE GENERAL COMPETITION RULESNo set of Rules can anticipate every issue which may arisein the conduct of a sport, especially one with as wide avariety of disciplines and competing interests as exist inmotorcycling. The philosophy of these Rules is that goodsense, cooperation and a fair and reasonable interpretationof reasonable Rules should be more important than “RuleBook Racing”.In Rule Book Racing, if a situation arises, the answer isto be found by looking up the book, not by the exercise ofindependent judgment. If there’s no answer in the book, anew rule has to be devised to “plug the hole”. Rule BookRacing assumes that Controlling Bodies have little or nointerest in working effectively with competitors, with eachother, or with Promoters to benefit the sport and thosewho participate in it. It also assumes that officials haveno common sense or understanding of the sport. None ofthese ideas is true or fair.These rules confer on the Controlling Bodies and theirrepresentatives and officials discretion in the applicationand interpretation of the Rules. It is intended that discretionwill be exercised, as stated in the very first rule in this bookto ensure that competition is safe, free and fair.Officials are expected to exercise judgment wiselyand fairly, on the understanding that if they do not, theirdecisions, other than those made in the heat of competition,will be subject to review through protest and appeal. Theywill be trained and encouraged to take responsibility fortheir actions, and to work in a way which supports theunderlying philosophy of the Rules.Our rules should reflect the way that the sport is conducted.MA and the State Controlling Bodies (SCBs) have beencareful to ensure that there is a process in place to ensurethat every participant has the opportunity to have their sayin the way these rules are written.We actively seek constructive criticism of these Rulesand encourage participants to work through theirrepresentatives to ensure their relevance.STRUCTURE OF MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTThis book is divided into 29 chapters.The first 14 chapters apply to all disciplines of the sport andthe rest to the specific disciplines. There will be a degreeof crossover from the first section to the specific disciplinesand some of the Rules contained in those first chaptersneed to be added to or varied according to the needs of aparticular discipline.We have attempted to make this edition of the book moreuser friendly, reinstating an index and reframing everychapter into a as close to a consistent format as possible.We have also striven to eliminate any ambiguitiesand contradictions.Chapter 1 - Jurisdiction.This chapter states the purposes and principlesunderlying the Rules. The Rules are to be applied fairlyand according to the principles of natural justice. TheseRules are binding not only on competitors but also on allControlling Bodies.There is a list of definitions which may be useful whileusing the rest of the Book.Chapter 2 - Administration.This very important chapter sets out the authority of theControlling Bodies. It identifies and empowers the peopleand the instrumentalities through which the ControllingBodies exercise their authority.MA is a member of the FIM, a federation of the controllingbodies of motorcycle sport throughout the world, and MAis a federation of which the SCBs are members. Thesignificance of this that the FIM would not exist withoutthe cooperation and involvement of its members, and thesame principle applies to MA.SCBs agree to be bound by the decisions of MA as part ofthe agreement they entered into with each other when MAwas formed. The SCBs are, in effect, the owners of MA,and their control over MA is exercised through the Board.The Board has the power under the Articles of Associationof MA to make competition Rules.Rule 2.1.2 is a very important rule which typifies thephilosophy which underpins these Rules. In providingfor the making of agreements, the Rules clear the way forresolving differences among Controlling Bodies and withPromoters, by consultation, discussion and agreementrather than by disputation and resort to a strict andlegalistic approach.The rest of the chapter identifies the roles, responsibilitiesand limits of authority of various key officials.Chapter 3 - LicensingThe primary pupose of having a licencing regime is toensure the safety of competitors.This may be applied through separating less experiencedcompetitiors from ‘old hands’ and, in the case of juniorcompetition, to ensure that all riders obtain the benefitsof a structured coaching process.Licence holders may not compete at a level higher thantheir licence.

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTPHILOSOPHY OF GCR’SThe chapter also sets out the processes by whichcompetitors can obtain a licence, and the means bywhich applicants can appeal against the refusal of alicence or the imposition of a condition on their licence.Chapter 4 - CompetitionsThe intent of this long chapter is to codify presentpractices throughout the sport.Much of the chapter is taken up with establishing themechanisms for running competitions, and imposingthe conditions under which those competions can takeplace.The chapter also deals with breaches of these Rules,and the processes to take place in the event that theRules are breached.Chapter 5 - Offences, Protests and AppealsThe application of fair and natural justice is an inherentcondition of these rules.Where participants wish to protest against the actionsof an official or another participant, these rules ofnatural justice require a mechanism for the fair hearingof their protests, which is established in this chapter.The chapter also sets out the jurisdiction and limits ofpower of the appelate bodies.Chapter 6 - Judicial Committee GuidelinesThis chapter sets out the composition of JudicialCommittees and also provides a commentary on theprocess that the Committee undertakes to adjudicateon the matters brought before them.Chapter 7 - Sporting CommissionsOne of the functions of the Sporting Commissions isto reconcile the competing interests in any discipline.Technology and other changes mean that Commissionsneed to find a balance between ensuring that motorcyclesport is affordable to as many participants as possiblewhile not setting up a rule book circumscribed byanachronisms.Chapters 8 & 9- Accreditation SchemesAll sporting bodies need to ensure that those involvedin the development and control of the sport have thetools they need to do their jobs.The National Accreditation schemes established bythese chapters are an effort to ensure the future ofthe sport through the development and training of itsofficials and coaches.Chapter 10 - Personal Accident InsuranceThe chapter on insurance is a simple summary of thecoverage of MA’s insurance scheme, setting out thebenefits available to participants in the sport.The full details of the Personal AccidentInsurance Scheme are available in the insurancepolicy documents.Chapter 11 - MA Anti-Doping PolicyWhile the use of performance enhancing drugs is notas big an issue in motorcycle sport as in some otherfields, MA recognises the need for a comprehensiveand prescriptive program to ensure that our sport isfree from the use of illicit drugs.Guided by the principals of fair and natural justice andensuring that our sport is safe and fair, this chaptersets out the mechanisms for screening participants,the testing of samples and the consequences of beingoutside of the internationally recognised WADA code.Chapter 12 - All DisciplinesOne of the most important aspects of interpretationof these Rules is that they are permissive rather thanprohibitive. In other words, in almost all cases, theRules describe the things that may be done rather thanthe things that may not.This chapter contains the Rules which apply to alldisciplines. Any rule in one of the discipline specificchapters will, unless otherwise stated, be in addition tothe provisions of Chapter 12. So Chapter 12 and therelevant discipline chapters operate side by side.For the purposes of these Rules, the age of Juniorcompetitors is now taken as on January 1 each year.Full details are found at GCR over the age of 16 years may not competein a junior competition, subject to GCR,and a person who is under 16 may not compete in asenior competition.Chapter 13 - Australian ChampionshipsThese Rules prescribe the allocation, categories andlisting of Australian Championships.Chapters 14 to 28 - Discipline Specific ChaptersAs far as possible, the discipline specific chaptersfollow a common format as follows:1. Protective clothing 2. Frames and parts3. Engines 4. Fuel5. Classes 6. Competition rulesAppendicesThese include MA’s Occupational Health and SafetyPolicy and Environmental Sustainability Policy, both ofwhich can be found in Appendix 5 & 6 towards the rearof this Manual.37

RULES AND MAKING RULE CHANGESenjoy the rideRULES AND MAKING RULE CHANGESRules change from one year to the next, beforethey appear in the next edition of the Manual ofMotorcycle Sport.Ever wondered how this happens?Feedback on current rules is sent through to therelevant Commissions, either through one of theCommissioners themselves, the Commission Chair orthe Manager – Commissions and Committees at MA.Rules are sometimes altered to make the competitioneasier or fairer, sometimes to reflect new technologyor equipment that has become availlable. Sometimesrules are altered so that their meaning is made clearer.Your feedback is encouraged and is always welcomewith regards to the rules.We would like to know about any ways you think wecan make the sport better for our competitors.To put forward a suggested rule amendment or ruleinclusion, see the Rule Amendment or Inclusion Formon page 41.If the relevant Commission decides to pursue this rulefeedback further, it will open the issue up to the SCBsand to the general public for comment and discussion.Depending on the input, the Commission will then eitherscrap the proposal or make an official recommendationwith the wording of change put forward through theManager – Commissions and Committees.The suggested rule change is then added onto theagenda of the following Board meeting by the Manager– Commissions and Committees.The MA Board will then decide to accept or reject theproposed rule change.If rejected, this will be reflected in the Board Minutes,and Board Report – the later which will becomeavailable for public viewing at the MA Reports sectionof the MA website - www.ma.org.auIf accepted, the rule will be appear in bold as anamended rule in the Manual of Motorcycle Sport for thefollowing year.Rules which have been deleted from the previousManual will appear as crossed out.IMMEDIATE RULE CHANGESWhat happens when rules are required to be changedwith immediate effect?There are times – especially at the start of the year,where a rule will need amending or clarification withimmediate impact on the current MoMS. When thisoccurs the same process as above will take place,however, after the Board’s decision, a number of otherthings will occur.Initially, the Manager – Commissions and Committeesis informed that the appropriate rule has been amendedand passes this information onto the CommunicationsManager. The Communications Manager will thencreate a Media Release to inform the public of therule change.Once created, the release gets sent via the Manager– Commissions and Committees, to the relevantCommission Chair / Commissioners so that theycan review the wording of the release before it ismade public. Changes to the release at this pointcan still be made, with Commissioners to suggestappropriate amendments.Once approved through the Commission, the MediaRelease can then be sent to the motorcycling publicvia email. This release will also be posted immediatelyonto the MA website.Further to this, a one-page Rule Change InformationBulletin will be sent out to SCB’s, to on-send to affiliatedclubs. This will be done via a standard Rule Changetemplate, so that the club can post this information ontheir own relevant bulletin boards. The InformationBulletins will also be posted onto the MA website. Anexample of the Rule Change Information Bulletin canbe found on the next page.Clubs will have the right to respond and givefeedback regarding the rule change via the usualmeans of communication – sending written feedbackto a Commission via the Manager – Commissionsand Committees.All rule changes, clarifications, news and informationbulletins will be available under the Rules section of theMA website.38

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTRULES AND MAKING RULE CHANGESRULE CHANGEInformation BulletinApril 13, 2007Affected Discipline:Motocross / SupercrossRule pertains to:The wearing of gogglesCurrent rule in 2007 Manual of Motorcycle Sport:GCR 17.1.5New rule after change:A competitor must, at the start of an event, be wearing goggles or asimilar form of eye protection. It is strongly recommended that the competitor wearthe eye protection at all times during the event. Where the competitor removes theireye protection during the course of an event, they do so entirely at their own risk. Eyeprotection, including spectacles, protective goggles, helmet visors and/or ‘tear-offs’must comply with the following:a) Eye protectors and spectacles are made of non-shattering material,b) Eye protectors which cause visual disturbance are not to be usedc) Metal or Perspex face shields are not used,d) Eye shades or peaks are of a flexible material.Rule suggested by:Motocross/Supercross CommissionRule adopted by:MA BoardDate rule change takes affect from:April 13, 2007EXAMPLEFeedback contact:Ross Martin – Motorcycling Australia, Manager – Commissions and Committees(03) 9684 0504 or rmartin@ma.org.au39

RULES AND MAKING RULE CHANGESPROCEDURE FOR CONSIDERATION OF ITEMS BY COMMISSIONTIMELINEenjoy the rideProposal from Club, SCB, or individual to MAPrior to 28 FebruaryMA Commissions Manager refers to CommissionMid year meetingProposed action to MA Commissions ManagerReferred to relevantMA Committee, forexample, Safety, MedicaletcCommissionrecommendation referredto SCBs and otherstakeholdersComments received at MA officeFeedback referred to CommissionPrior to 31 JulyCommission decisionMA Board for ratificationAugust MeetingMA Office for promulgation of decisionAdvice to Stakeholders40

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTRULES AND MAKING RULE CHANGESRULE AMENDMENT OR INCLUSION FORM(Can be downloaded from the MA website - www.ma.org.au)These are your rules, and Motorcycling Australia recognises that the people who are most involvedwith the Sport are extremely well placed to provided feedback on where these rules work to makeMotorcycle Sport safe, free and fair.If you have a suggestion on how a rule could be changed, or a new rule be included in next year’sManual of Motorcycle Sport, use this form.When completed, you can:• Give it to your Club Secretary, or• Send it to your SCB (contact details are on P 15) or• Send it to Commissions Manager, Motorcycling Australia,P.O. Box 134 South Melbourne 3205 or fax to 03 9684 0555If you would like to know the process required for a rule change, see above.New Rule Amendment Existing rule number (if applicable)_____________________Suggested wording of change or new rule: (Attach sheets if required)__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Explain why this rule change should occur. (Attach sheets if required)__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Your Contact Details Name_______________________________________________________Telephone No (Ph)____________________ (Mob)____________________________________Email________________________________________________________________________41

1 JURISDICTIONenjoy the ride1 JURISDICTION1.1 DEFINITIONS1.1.0.1 “ASC” means Australian SportsCommission. “ASC Doping Policy” means the documentbearing that name, or any amendment orequivalent thereof. “ASADA” means the Australian SportsAnti-Doping Authority. ”Board” means the Board of Directors ofMA. “Club” means an incorporated orunincorporated body formed for theprimary purpose of promoting the sportand being affiliated to an SCB. “Competition” includes any competition,event, race or race meeting and allassociated practices, tests and qualifyingsessions. “Code” means the Sporting Code of FIM1.1.0.8 “Constitution” means the Constitution of MA. “Consume” in relation to any prohibitedsubstances includes inject, swallowor inhale and “Consumption” has acorresponding meaning. “Council” means the Council of MA. “Disqualify” means to forbid thedisqualified person, body or machinefrom taking part in any competition underthese Rules and “Disqualification” has acorresponding meaning. “Event” means any competition involvingthe use of 1 or more motorcycles. “Exclude” means to forbid the excludedperson, body or machine from takingfurther part in, or being recognised ashaving taken part in, the competition fromwhich such person body or machine hasbeen excluded and “Exclusion” has acorresponding meaning. “FIM” means Fèdèration Internationale deMotocyclisme. “FMN” means a Federation MemberNation under the FIM Statutes. “International meeting” means anycompetition inscribed as such in the FIMcalendar. “Junior competition” means a competitionwhich only competitors who are under theage of 16 years may compete and “Juniorcompetitor” has a corresponding meaning. “MA” means Motorcycling Australia. “MA Series” means a series ofcompetitions conducted in more than 1State or Territory. “Meeting” means a meeting at which 1 ormore motorcycling events are conducted. “Motorcycle” means and includes:a) Solo - a 1-track vehicle with 2 wheelswith the drive through the rear wheel.b) Sidecar - a 2-track vehicle with 3road wheels, with the drive throughthe rear wheel of the vehicle.c) Cycle car - a 3-track vehicle with 3wheels that is driven by either 1 or 2wheels.d) Trike - a 3-track vehicle with 3wheels that is driven by its rearwheels.e) Quad - a 2-track vehicle with 4wheels driven by the rear or allwheels and on which a rider may beaccommodated astride the vehiclehaving control of the steering by wayof handlebars operating the frontwheels. “OEM” means Original EquipmentManufacturer. “Prohibited substance” means anysubstance prohibited under these Rules. “Promoter” means the holder of acompetition permit. “Race” means any event where speed isthe determining factor in the result. “RCB” means the Relevant ControllingBody having control of any competition orrecreational activity under Rule “Recreational Activity” means authorisedmotorcycle activity, which has nocompetitive element. “Record” means an event where speed,distance and time, or any combination ofthose factors, determine the result.42

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT1 JURISDICTION1.1.0.29 “Repealed GCRs” means the CompetitionRules of MA in force until the date ofcommencement of these Rules. “SCB” means State Controlling Bodybeing any Member under the Articles. “Senior competition” means a competitionwhich only competitors who have attainedthe age of 16 years may compete and“Senior competitor” has a correspondingmeaning. “Sports Development Account” means thesports development account establishedunder the repealed GCRs and continuedby these Rules. “Sports Development Levy” means thelevy established by these Rules. “SR” means Supplementary Regulations. “Steward” includes a Referee. “Support person“ means in relation toan entrant, rider, licensee or competitor,any person who provides support to thatentrant, rider, licensee or competitorincluding but not only mechanics, teamassistants, team members, medical staffand family members and in relation to aminor rider, licensee or competitor alsoincludes any parent or guardian of thatminor. “Suspend” means to forbid the suspendedperson, body or machine from takingpart in any competition under theseRules during the period of suspensionand “Suspension” has a correspondingmeaning. “Traditional Enduro” means Enduro ofone or more days of competition overa natural terrain course of up to 7.5hours duration. The course consists ofa number of trail sections between 5kmand 35km in length with time checks atthe end of each section. Riders enter thetrails 3 per minute and attempt to maintaina pre-determined time allowance on eachsection. There are penalties for lateand early check-in at the Time Checks.There are a number of “Special Tests”throughout the course. See Rule 25.5.1-“Courses”. “Venue” means a permanent or temporaryplace or facility, which has been approvedby the RCB for the conduct of motorcyclecompetition or recreational activity.1.2 PURPOSE OF RULES1.2.0.1 The purpose of these Rules is to regulateand control motorcycle competition.a) The Rules are to be interpreted withthe intent that competition will besafe, free and fair and conductedapplying the principles of naturaljustice,b) The Rules are Competition Rulesmade under clause 71 of theConstitution,c) The Rules, and any determinationmade under them and in accordancewith them, bind all Controlling Bodiesand all participants in the sport.1.2.1 Recognition of Authority of FIM1.2.1.1 By these Rules, MA acknowledges andrecognises:a) FIM is the World Controlling Body ofmotorcycle competition,b) It is desirable that there be consistentstandards and Rules of competitionat all levels.1.3 REPEAL OF CURRENT GCRs1.3.0.1 The General Competition Rules of MA inoperation at the date of commencementof these Rules are hereby repealed butsuch repeal will not affect the operationof the repealed GCRs in relation to anycompetition conducted thereunder.1.4 BY - LAWS1.4.0.1 MA may make by-laws, which mustbe consistent with these Rules, andwhich may:a) Proclaim model SupplementaryRegulations,b) Prescribe forms and fees as requiredunder these Rules,c) Prescribe fines for any breach ofthese Rules,d) Prescribe the requirements for,and conditions of, insurance underthese Rules,e) Establish National and StateChampionships, titled events, Series,competitions and meetings and forsuch purposes:43

1 JURISDICTIONi) Define criteria for the eligibility oflicensees,ii) Define criteria for the eligibilityof machines,iii) Publish calendars,iv) Create prizes, trophies andmedallions,v) Prescribe competition formats,vi) Prescribe traveling and otherexpenses,vii) Attach any relevant FIM rule orregulation.f) Prescribe manuals and proceduresfor the performance by any personor body of any power, duty orfunction under these Rules,g) Provide for the establishment andoperation of training and educationalcourses under these Rules,h) Prescribe the design, function andoperation of apparatus, instrumentsand equipment used for timing,measuring, weighing, counting orcalculating, for the purposes of theseRules,i) Prescribe levels of noise,atmospheric and other emissionsfrom motorcycles,j) Prescribe fuel contents andstandards,k) Prescribe laboratories for fueltesting,l) Prescribe track and venueconditions, designs and standards,m) Prescribe the weights,measurements and otherdimensions of motorcycles, andn) Provide for or prescribe suchacts, matters or things as shall benecessary for the full and effectiveoperation of these Rules. Subject to this Rule, an SCB may makeenjoy the rideby-laws, which must be consistent withthese Rules, and which may:a) Proclaim model SupplementaryRegulations,b) Establish State and Territorychampionships, titled events, series,competitions and meetings and forsuch purposes:i) Publish calendars,ii) Create prizes, trophies andmedallions,iii) Prescribe competition formats,iv) Prescribe traveling and otherexpenses.c) Provide for the establishment andoperation of training and educationalcourses under these Rules,d) Prescribe noise, atmospheric andother emissions from motorcycles,e) Prescribe track and venueconditions, designs and standards,f) Provide for or prescribe suchacts, matters or things as shall benecessary for the full and effectiveoperation of by-laws. An SCB must, not less than 1 month afterany by-law has been made by that SCB,forward a copy thereof to the Board. The Board may amend or revoke any bylawmade under these Rules.44 44Subscribe to MA’s e-Newsletter –regular motorcycle news in your inbox, free!www.ma.org.au

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT2 ADMINISTRATION2 ADMINISTRATION2.1 THE CONTROLLING BODIES2.1.1 Administration of Rules2.1.1.1 Subject to the provisions of the Code, thebodies with authority and responsibility forthe administration of Rules regulating theconduct of competitions and recreationalactivity in all disciplines are as follows:a) FIM - World Championships and FIMPrize Events as they are defined inthe Code,b) MA:i) International meetings, other thanWorld Championship and FIMPrize Events,ii) Australian Championships,iii) MA Series,iv) Australian Record attempts,v) Events which have a coursetraversing more than 1 State,vi) Support events at WorldChampionships.c) SCBs - All other competitions andrecreational activity within theterritorial borders of their state unlesspermission has been granted bythe SCB within the territory of theproposed event for another SCB topermit the activity.2.1.2 Agreements for Conduct of the Sport2.1.2.1 Subject to these Rules, any ControllingBody may enter into agreements orarrangements with any 1 or more of theother, and with any Promoter, for theconduct of competitions. If any such agreement or arrangement:a) Includes FIM, andb) Is for the conduct of a meetingwhich includes both Internationaland National events, these Ruleswill apply to the National eventsconducted at the meeting, but inall other respects the FIM Ruleswill apply and be binding onall participants.2.1.3 Conflict between Code and Rules2.1.3.1 If these Rules and the Code are inconflict in relation to any matter to whichboth apply, the Code will prevail overthese Rules.2.2 COMMISSIONS2.2.1 Establishment of Commissions2.2.1.1 The following are the Commissions ofthe sport:a) Road Racing,b) Motocross and Supercross,c) Speedway,d) Enduro,e) Moto-Trials,f) Historic Road Racing,g) Classic Motocross and Classic DirtTrack,h) Junior Sport and Development,i) Dirt Track, Track, Supermoto,j) Women.K) Quad.2.2.2 Functions & Membership of Commissions2.2.2.1 The functions of the Commissions are to:a) Assist, advise, and be responsibleto the Board and to act in the bestinterests of MA and the sport,b) Prepare and propose anyamendments to these Rules, or anyby-laws, so as to ensure the orderlyconduct of competitions, andc) Assist and advise each other andany Committee of the Board. The members of the Commissions will beappointed by the Board. The terms andconditions of appointment of membersof Commissions will be determined bythe Board. In appointing members of Commissions,the Board must have regard to:a) The advancement and welfare of theSport and of the relevant discipline,b) The need to appoint skilledand experienced persons tothe Commissions.45

2 ADMINISTRATIONenjoy the ride462.3 SPORTS DEVELOPMENT LEVY2.3.1 Collection and Distribution2.3.1.1 In all disciplines, there may be a SportsDevelopment Levy at the discretion of theRCB. In each year, an RCB may prescribe theamount of the Sports Development Levyfor that year. The Promoter of a meeting must, no morethan 14 days after the end of the meeting,pay to the RCB the prescribed SportsDevelopment Levy imposed on takingsfrom:a) Charges for admission by the publicto the meeting venue, andb) Sales of programs for the meeting.2.4 SPORTS DEVELOPMENT ACCOUNT2.4.0.1 MA must pay any proceeds it receivesfrom the Sports Development Levy intothe Sports Development Account no morethan 28 days after receipt thereof. In each year, the Board may determinethe purpose for and the amount of anydistribution from the Sports DevelopmentAccount. The Board may impose any conditions onthe recipients of grants from the SportsDevelopment Account.2.5 OFFICIALS2.5.1 Powers and Authorities of Officials2.5.1.1 In the administration of these Rules, thepowers and authorities of the ControllingBodies are exercisable by and throughofficials. For these purposes, the ControllingBodies may license any 1 or more of thefollowing officials:a) Key officials:i) Stewards or Referees,ii) Race Directors,iii) Clerks of Course,iv) Race Secretaries,b) Operational officials:i) Marshals,ii) Time keepers and Scorers,iii) Measurers,iv) Scrutineers,v) Eligibility Scrutineers,vi) Judges,vii) Observers,viii)Handicappers,ix) Starters,x) Final Control Officials,xi) Noise Control Officer (NCO)c) Other licensed officials:i) Coaches,ii) Announcersiii) Venue Inspectors.2.5.2 The Licensing of Officials2.5.2.1 MA, or an SCB on behalf of MA, mayissue, renew, recategorise or revoke anofficial’s licence. The form of an official’slicence will be as prescribed in by-laws. No person will be issued with an official’slicence unless that person has achievedthe minimum required standards at atraining course established and conductedunder these Rules. A licence for a key official must not beissued to person under 18 years of age.A licence for an operational official mustnot be issued to a person under the age of16 years. An official’s licence remains in force forno more than 4 years from the day ofits issue. An application for an official’s licence andfor the renewal or recategorisation thereofmust be:a) To the Controlling Body havingauthority in the State orTerritory in which the applicantordinarily resides,b) In the prescribed form. An SCB which issues an official’s licencemust, within 1 month of issue, notifyMA which must enter the informationon a register of licensed officials to bemaintained for that purpose and kept atthe registered office of MA. An RCB, which orders an investigationinto the conduct of a meeting, maystand down any official involved in thesubject meeting, until the investigationis concluded.

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT2 ADMINISTRATION2.5.3 Categories of Officials’ Licences2.5.3.1 Officials’ licences:a) Are accredited at the following levelsand must be appropriately endorsedi) Level 1 – Club level,ii) Level 2 – Inter club/zone level,iii) Level 3 - Open event / Statechampionship level,iv) Level 4 – MA Series and NationalChampionship level,v) International.b) Are accredited in the followingdisciplines:i) Dirt Track,ii) Enduro,iii) Minikhana,iv) Motocross,v) Moto-Trials,vi) Road Racing,vii) Speedway,viii) Supercross,ix) Track,x) Supermoto.c) May be endorsed with more than1 category. A licensed official:a) Must not carry out any duty orfunction to which that official’slicence category does not apply, butmay have an assistant whose licenceis endorsed with a different category,b) May apply for a different category oflicence. An application for variationmust be dealt with in the same wayas an application for a licence,c) May not, without the authority of theClerk of Course, compete in anycompetition at which the official isofficiating,d) Must comply with these Rules andwith the proper directions of any officialhaving authority under these Rules toimpose such directions,e) Must carry out all duties honestly,diligently and fairly,f) Must be in attendance no later than1 hour prior to the official start timeof the meeting (including practice)and remain until the completion oftheir duties at the conclusion of themeeting. MA may, either independently or inconjunction with other Controlling Bodiesconduct official’s training courses. Thecontent of the courses must:a) Have regard to the variousdisciplines of the sport,b) Provide practical andtheoretical training,c) Be as prescribed from time to time inby-laws. No person may compete at any meetingto which they have been appointed a keyofficial with the exception of (e).2.5.4 Stewards2.5.4.1 A RCB must appoint 1 or more Stewardsfor any competition and, if more than 1Steward is appointed, those Stewardsmay collectively or individually exercisethe powers set out in these Rules. Where more than 1 Steward is appointedunder this Rule the RCB must nominate asenior Steward, whose determination onany matter in relation to the meeting willbe binding. In the absence of a jury, and subject toRule 2.5.5, Stewards of a competitionhave supreme control and authority overthe conduct of that competition and may:a) Amend any supplementaryregulation applicable to the meetingif, in the opinion of the Steward,exceptional circumstances ariserequiring amendments,b) Amend the program for the meeting,c) Give any instruction or direction tothe clerk of course of the meeting,d) Determine the time for thecommencement and conclusion ofthe meeting,e) Stop the meeting or any part of it,f) Order any event to be restartedor rerun,g) Hear and determine any protest,h) Institute, hear and determineany prosecution for any offencecommitted during the meeting andimpose any penalty or penaltiesunder these Rules,i) Abandon any meeting providedthat all entry fees must be refundedunless otherwise provided for in theSR for the meeting,47

482 ADMINISTRATIONj) Order any competitor to submit to amedical examination to determine ifthe competitor is fit to participate inthe meeting,k) Order the administration of any fuel,drug, or other test,l) Impose on a competitor or entrantany penalty of relegation timeor points penalty, exclusion, fineor suspension as provided for inthese Rules,m) Order any machine, which theSteward considers does not complywith these Rules or the relevantSR, to be impounded at the end ofthe meeting and detained under thecontrol or direction of the Steward forsuch period as may reasonably benecessary for it to be examined,n) Do any act, publish any documentand make any declaration, notinconsistent with these Rules, whichis necessary for the fair and properconduct of the meeting,o) Refer any matter to the RCB. As soon as possible, and no more than 5days after the conclusion of a meeting, aSteward of the meeting must complete anddeliver to the RCB a Steward’s report in theprescribed form which must include:a) A copy of the program,b) The results of the meeting,c) Total number of competitors,d) A plan of the venue showing thelocation and number of falls wherethe competitor received medicaltreatment at the venue and/or thecompetitor is transported to hospital,e) The number of competitorstransported to hospital includingdetails of suspected injuries,f) The number of spectators attendingthe event, andg) The number of officials on duty atthe event.2.5.5 Race Director2.5.5.1 MA may appoint a Race Director for anyMA Series.enjoy the ride2.5.5.2 The Race Director’s responsibilities are:a) To ensure proper observance of theRules and regulations,b) To ensure the efficient running ofpractices and races,c) To ensure effective communicationbetween Promoters and Stewards. The Race Director shall have overridingauthority in relation to:a) The control of practices and races,including modifying the program,b) The stopping of any race or session,c) Starting procedure. A Race Director may:a) Amend any series SR if, in theopinion of the Race Director,exceptional circumstances ariserequiring amendments,b) Amend the Series program,c) Institute, any prosecution for anyoffence committed during a meeting,d) Do any act, publish any documentand make any declaration, notinconsistent with these Rules, whichis necessary for the fair and properconduct of the series.2.5.6 Clerk of Course2.5.6.1 Subject to the control and direction of theSteward or Race Director of a meeting,the Clerk of Course is responsible for itsconduct and for that purpose may:a) Inform and instructoperational officials,b) Inspect the venue and do whatever isnecessary to ensure the venue is ingood and safe condition,c) Ensure that all operational officialsare carrying out their duties fullyand effectively,d) Receive any protest and convey it tothe Steward,e) Impose on a competitor or entrantany penalty of exclusion or relegationor any time or points penalty or fineas provided for under these Rules,f) Stop any event,g) Exclude any competitor from anycompetition for any reason providedfor in these Rules,

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT2 ADMINISTRATIONh) Exclude from any event any machinewhich the Clerk of Course considersto be dangerous,i) Order any event to be restartedor rerun,j) Collate all necessary informationfrom any operational official andpresent it to the Steward at theSteward’s request and direction,k) Do any act, publish any documentand make any declaration, notinconsistent with these Rules, whichis necessary for the fair and properconduct of the meeting,l) Authorise any operational official tocompete in any event in the meeting.2.5.7 Race Secretary2.5.7.1 The Race Secretary is responsible forthe organisation and management of ameeting and for those purposes:a) Must comply with the instructions ofthe Steward and the Clerk of Course,b) May publish notices and documentsas directed,c) May ensure that operational officialsare informed of their functions andduties and properly equipped,d) Must provide the Steward with acopy of the program and the resultsof events conducted at the meeting.e) Moto-Trials and Traditional Enduro.For club and interclub Moto-Trialsand Traditional Enduro the RaceSecretary may compete in an eventonce they have completed theirduties as described in Chapter2, and only with the authority ofthe Steward and Clerk of Course.NOTE: This doesn’t apply to otherforms of competition under the broad“Enduro” discipline such as Sprint,C’Country, Pony Express, CrossCountry Sprint etc.2.5.8 Operational officials2.5.8.1 In carrying out their duties, operationalofficials must:a) At the beginning of the meetingreport to the Clerk of the Coursefor instructions,b) Only use apparatus authorised underthese Rules,c) Provide the Clerk of Course withreports as required,d) Comply with the directions andinstructions of the Steward/Refereeand the Clerk of Course. Operational officials must carry out theirfunctions to the best of their abilities andin accordance with these Rules. Officials must be paid such fees, expensesand allowances as are prescribed fromtime to time.2.5.9 Eligibility Scrutineer2.5.9.1 An eligibility Scrutineer is a personappointed by the RCB or the Promoterat a meeting comprising of events forhistoric or classic machines. The eligibilityScrutineer has the authority to determinewhether entered machines comply withthe relevant eligibility regulations.2.5.10 Noise Control Officer2.5.10.1 NCO’s are licensed after completion ofa technical seminar on the principles,instruments and methods to be used. NCO covers noise testing at all levels ofmeeting, except FIM World Championshipand Trophy events. NCO decisions are a judgement of fact.2.5.11 Specialist Sub-committees2.5.11.1 A Controlling Body may appointspecialist Sub-committees for thefollowing purposes:a) To examine any machine todetermine if the machine, or theclass or group of machines of whichthe machine is an example, iseligible to compete,b) To issue, in respect of any machine,any log book or other recordof eligibility,c) To direct the issue of a replacementlog book for any machine, andd) To grant any exemption, in respect ofany machine, class or period groupof machines, for the use of anypart or parts as provided for underthese Rules. The relevant Commission will, unlessotherwise determined in by-laws, be thespecialist Sub-committee for each SCB.49

2 ADMINISTRATION2.5.11.3 Specialist Sub-committees will beappointed for such term and uponsuch conditions as the ControllingBody determines. A specialist Sub-committee may haveexpertise in more than 1 discipline ofthe sport. A determination of a specialist Subcommitteeapplies to, and binds:a) The owner or entrant ofany machine,b) Any subsequent owner or entrant.2.5.12 Juries2.5.12.1 Subject to the following 2 Rules, an RCBmay appoint, in addition to, or in lieu of,a Steward, a jury which must comprise aPresident and at least 2 members. If a meeting is in Speedway:a) A jury may not be appointed in lieu ofthe Referee,b) The functions of a jury are to hearand determine any protest againstany decision or determination ofthe Referee. No person may be a member of a juryunless that person is:a) Appointed in writing by the RCBunder this Rule, andb) A Steward. The RCB may appoint to a jury, suchpersons as it thinks have sufficientexpertise to be members of a jury. The RCB must appoint the President ofthe jury. The Steward of a meeting may not be amember of the jury for that meeting. If, during a meeting, there is a vacancyin the membership of a jury, the juryPresident may appoint a substitute inaccordance with these Rules. No member of a jury may participate inany deliberations of the jury if that personhas an interest in the outcome of thedeliberations and must, immediately onbecoming aware of any such conflict ofinterest, notify the other members of thejury and withdraw from the jury.enjoy the ride2.5.12.9 The President of a jury:a) Must convene the jury at thecommencement of the meeting,b) Must ensure that the proceedings ofthe jury are conducted in accordancewith these Rules,c) Must ensure that the acts andinstructions of the jury are carriedout, andd) May admit any person as anobserver of the jury’s deliberationand must exclude any person who,in the opinion of the jury, has nointerest in the proceedings or is notentitled to be present. Where a jury is appointed in addition toa Steward, the authority of the jury willprevail over that of the Steward. In these Rules any reference to a Stewardin any discipline other than Speedwaywill, in respect of a meeting for which ajury has been appointed, be interpreted,as if it were a reference to a jury.Thinking about Rule changes?If you believe a rule should be changed ora new rule added, you can have your sayby working through your Club to proposeamendments and/or additions.Proposals for changes can be sent to yourSCB or direct to MA. Their addresses are atthe front of this book.The most successful applications are whenthe proposer includes the new wording for anexisting rule, or where a new rule should sitin the structure of this book, and includes arationale on why the rule should be changedor added.There’s a form to register your interest in rulechanges on page 41.It’s YOUR SPORTwewelcome your input50

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT3 LICENSING3 LICENSING3.1 LICENSING REQUIREMENTS3.1.1 Licensing Conditions3.1.1.1 A person may only participate in a competitionevent if they are the holder of a competitionlicence as detailed in this chapter. A person may only participate in a noncompetitionactivity or event if they are theholder of a competition or non-competitionlicence detailed in this chapter. MA may, either independently or inconjunction with other Controlling Bodies,establish and conduct training courses forcompetition licensees. The content of thecourses must have regard to:a) The interests of the sport,b) The need for safety in all aspects ofthe sport,c) The desirability of fair and evencompetition between competitors havingthe highest possible skills at each levelof competition,d) The graduated development of the skillsof competitors. In the event of courses being establishedunder the above Rule, no person who hasnot successfully completed an appropriatecourse may apply for, or be issued with, acompetition licence. An applicant for a competition licence who isaggrieved by a decision of the SCB under theprevious Rule may appeal to the appellatebody of that SCB. MA, or each SCB on behalf of MA, must ineach year deliver to every person issued witha 12 month competition licence a copy ofthe GCRs. An SCB which issues a competition licencemust, within 1 month of issue, notify MA whichmust enter the information on a register oflicensed competitors maintained for thatpurpose by MA and kept at the registeredoffice of MA. A competition licence, other than a 1 meetinglicence, continues in force for 12 months fromthe date of issue except where:a) A renewal application is lodged lessthan 3 months after the expiry date inwhich case the licence will continue inforce for 12 months from the date theapplication was received by the SCB, orb) A renewal application is lodged morethan 3 months after the expiry datein which case it will be treated as afirst time application. A competition licensee must:a) Produce the licence on demand to anykey official during any meeting, orb) If unable to produce the licence,complete a licence declarationcertifying compliance with the licencerequirements of these Rules andforthwith pay the prescribed nonproductionfee. No person who is serving a suspensionfrom the FIM or any FMN may beissued with a licence during that periodof suspension. Any period of licence suspension orderedby the FIM or any FMN will concurrentlyapply to the competitor’s MA licence. Subject to the next Rule, an SCB may notissue a competition licence to, or renewthe competition licence of, any personwho has not been a resident of that SCB’sState or Territory for at least 3 months. An SCB may issue a competition licenceto any person who is not a resident of thatSCB’s State or Territory:a) If that person has not been theholder of a licence in any other Stateor Territory; orb) If that person, being the holder of alicence in another State or Territory, isauthorised in writing by the ControllingBody of the other State or Territory toapply for a licence outside that otherState or Territory, orc) If that person has recently arrived inAustralia from another Federation andhas a clearance from that Federationto apply for an MA licence. Any competition licensee whose licence islost or destroyed may apply to an SCB forthe issue of a replacement. The SCB maycharge the prescribed replacement fee toreplace the licence.51

3 LICENSINGenjoy the ride3.1.2 LICENCE TYPES AND ACTIVITY ELIGIBILITYActivity TypeLicence Type Age StatusPracticeCoaching Club Inter- Club NationalRecreationa) Junior Club † 7-Under 16 Competition Xb) Junior National † 7-Under 16 Competition c) Junior Restricted National †*7-Under 16 Competition (“Fast 50’s”, Mini Moto, Moto-Trials)d) Senior Club 16 & Over Competition Xe) Senior National 16 & Over Competition f) Senior Restricted National* 16 & Over Competition (“Fast 50’s”, Mini Moto, Moto-Trials)g) One Meeting 7 & Over Competition Xh) Senior One Meeting National^16 & Over Competition X X X (Classic/Historic, Masters/Veteran & Women)i) Mini ♠ 4-U16 Non- Competition ♠ j) Single Recreational Activity 4 & Over Non-Competition X X Xk) Recreational 16 & Over Non -Competition X X X52NOTE 1: In table 3.1.2: means Eligible, X means ineligible. The rules below explain the other symbols in the tableNOTE 2: Normal competition rules apply for all practise on all MA licensed tracks. † Junior Competition (Club, NationalCompetition and Restricted National)licences can only be held by riders aged7 to under *Restricted National Licence will besubject to the following conditions.a) The licence will be available for bothjunior and senior competitors.b) The licence will apply to the followingcategories:i) “Fast 50’s”ii) Minimotoiii) Moto-Trialsc) Licencing requirements are as GCR3.2, 3.3 and ♠ Club, Inter-Club and National meetingscan hold non-competitive activitiesspecifically for Mini licence holders using50cc Demo machines (4-U9). This licencecan also be used for Minikhana activities(4-U16), and non-competitive events. ^ Senior One Meeting National Licence issubject to the following conditions:a) Licence will be available to allapplicants 16 years and older,b) Current club membership is required,c) No competency test is required if theapplicant can prove that they haveheld an annual competition licencewithin the previous 10 years,d) Applicants who have never held acompetition licence, or who have notheld a licence within the previous 10years must undertake a competency test,and apply for the licence via the eventRace Secretary at least 21 days prior tothe race meeting in which they wish tocompete. The competency assessmentmay be undertaken at the meeting inwhich the participant intends to compete.e) This licence category will only beavailable to:i) Participants in national classic/historic events,ii) Competitors using modern machinesat a national event specifically forVeteran and/or Masters riders. Theminimum age to classify a Veteran orMasters competitor for this categoryis 35 years,iii) Women competing in National andState Championships. No competition licensee may compete inany competition above the level endorsedon that person’s licence. To be eligible for a competition licence arider must be an Australian Citizen or be apermanent resident eligible for Medicare,or have a clearance from their FMN. A competition licensee from any country in

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT3 LICENSINGwhich there is an FMN recognised by the FIM:a) May compete in Australia as if thatperson where a competition licenceeunder these Rules, butb) Must compete at the level, or itsnearest equivalent, endorsed on thatperson’s licence, andc) May not compete unless and untilthat person satisfies the Stewardof a meeting in which that personseeks to participate that that personis appropriately insured and isauthorised by that FMN. No person other than a licencee competingunder the previous Rule may be issued witha competition licence unless that person isa member of a Club. This rule does notapply to applicants for a Recreational andSingle Use Recreational Licence. MA, or an SCB on behalf of MA, mayissue a competition licence to any person.The form of a competition licence will beas prescribed in by-laws. MA may issue international licenceson behalf of FIM to holders of a currentnational licence with insurance to FIMstandard.3.2 LICENSING - GENERAL3.2.0.1 Any rider, who is transported to hospital,recommended to attend hospital or isadvised by a medical practitioner that theyrequire a medical clearance before takingpart in any further competition event willhave their license suspended until suchtime as they supply a medical clearanceto MA, their SBC or a Key Official at a MApermitted race meeting event3.3 LICENSING - SENIORS3.3.0.1 An application for a competition licence,other than a one meeting licence orinternational licence, must:a) Be to the SCB of the State orTerritory in which the applicantordinarily resides;b) Be in the prescribed form.c) Be accompanied by:i) Proof of the age of the applicant,ii) Proof that the applicant has passedan appropriate licence test,iii) Proof the applicant has currentambulance subscription;iv) The prescribed fee; andv) Proof of current MA affiliated clubmembership.d) If the applicant is a minor, beaccompanied by the writtenauthorisation of at least 1 of theapplicant’s parents or the legalguardian of the applicant.e) If the applicant has never been theholder of a competition licence, beaccompanied by any 1 of the following:i) The applicant’s current roadmotorcycle licence,ii) Proof that the applicant has attendeda motorcycle training courseconducted by, or with the approvalof, a State Government authority,iii) Proof that the applicant hasattended any SCB accreditedtraining school,iv) Proof that the applicant has attendeda training school conducted by anaccredited coach, orv) Endorsement on the applicationby a club official authorised by theSCB that, in the opinion of thatofficial, the applicant is capableof controlling a motorcycle. A first time licence applicant must undertakea test of knowledge of these Rules3.4 LICENSING - JUNIORS3.4.0.1 An application for a Junior competitionlicence, other than a 1 meeting licence must:a) Be to the SCB of the State orTerritory in which the applicantordinarily resides,b) Be in the prescribed form,c) Be accompanied by:i) Proof of the age of the applicant,ii) Proof the applicant has currentambulance subscription, andiii) The prescribed fee.iv) Proof that the applicant has metthe requirements of the JuniorCoaching Program (JCP) GCR 3.8v) Written authorisation of at least 1of the applicant’s parents or thelegal guardian of the applicant.iv) Proof of current club membership. No applicant will be issued with their firstcompetition licence if they are under theage of 7 years. All Junior competitors:a) Must produce their JCP logbookupon demand to any key officialduring any meetingb) If unable to produce their JCPlogbook, complete a declarationcertifying their compliance with the53

3 LICENSINGenjoy the ride54logbook requirement of these Rulesaccompanied by the prescribed fee.3.5 LICENSING - ENTRANTS3.5.0.1 A person or body corporate may not enterany rider to participate in any competitionunless that person or body corporate islicensed as an Entrant. MA, or an SCB on behalf of MA, mayissue an Entrant’s licence to any person orbody corporate. The form of an Entrant’slicence will be as prescribed in by-laws. An application for an Entrant’s licence andfor renewal thereof, must:a) Be to the SCB of the State orTerritory in which the applicantordinarily resides,b) Be in the prescribed form, andc) Be accompanied by theprescribed fee. On receipt of an application for the issueor renewal of an Entrant’s licence, theSCB may:a) Issue or renew thelicence unconditionally,b) Refuse to issue or renew the licence, orc) Issue or renew the licence on suchterms and conditions as it thinks fit. An applicant for an Entrant’s licence whois aggrieved by a decision of the SCBunder the previous GCR may appeal tothe appellate body of the SCB. An entrant’s licence continues in force for12 months from the date of issue.3.6 LICENSING - SPEEDWAY MECHANICS3.6.0.1 A person may not work as a Mechanic forany rider in any Speedway competitionunless that person:a) Is licensed as a mechanic,b) Is not less than 16 years of age, MA, or an SCB on behalf of MA, mayissue a mechanic’s licence to any person. An application for a mechanic’s licenceand for renewal thereof, must:a) Be to the SCB of the State orTerritory in which the applicantordinarily resides,b) Be in the prescribed form,c) Be accompanied by:i) Proof of the age of the applicant,ii) Proof the applicant has currentambulance subscription, andiii) The prescribed fee. On receipt of an application for the issueor renewal of a Mechanic’s licence theSCB may:a) Issue or renew the licenceunconditionally,b) Refuse to issue or renew the licence, orc) Issue or renew the licence on suchterms and conditions, as it thinks fit. An applicant for a Mechanic’s licence whois aggrieved by a decision of the SCBunder the previous GCR may appeal tothe appellate body of that SCB. A Mechanic’s licence continues in forcefor 12 months from the date of issue. A Mechanic’s licensee must:a) Carry the licence at all times duringany meeting,b) Produce the licence on demand toany key official during any meeting, If unable to produce the licence, completea declaration certifying compliancewith the licence requirements of theseRules and forthwith pay the prescribednon‐production fee.3.7 LICENCE ISSUING & RENEWALS3.7.0.1 Senior - An application for renewal of aSenior competition licence must:a) Be to the SCB of the State or Territoryin which the applicant ordinarily resides,b) Be in the prescribed form.c) Be accompanied by:i) Proof the applicant has a currentambulance subscription, andii) The prescribed feeiii) Proof of current club membership. Junior - An application for renewal of aJunior competition licence must:a) Be to the SCB of the State orTerritory in which the applicantordinarily resides,b) Be in the prescribed form,c) Be accompanied by:i) Proof in the JCP logbook of therequired coaching hours havingbeen completed,ii) Proof the applicant has a currentambulance subscription, andiii) The prescribed fee,iv) Proof of current club membership. On receipt of an application for the issueor renewal of a competition licence theSCB may:a) Delay the issue or renewal for nomore than 14 days,

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT3 LICENSINGb) Issue or renew the licenceunconditionally,c) Refuse to issue or renew the licence, ord) Issue or renew the licence on suchterms and conditions as it thinks fit. Riders in track and dirt track can, at 3months prior to the rider’s 16th birthdaypractice on a machine that they willcompete on at permitted separate Juniorpractice/coaching days, Juniors must notride with Seniors3.8 JUNIOR COACHING PROGRAM3.8.0.1 To obtain a competition licence, Juniorriders (7 to under 16) must:a) Undertake a minimum of 5 hoursof coaching by an accreditedmotorcycle sport coach in therequired modules (Kick Start) andb) Complete the written assessment. Prior to a junior progressing to a largercapacity motorcycle, a competencybased assessment must be conductedunder the tuition of an accreditedcoach and under a coaching permit toassess whether the rider is competentto ride the next sized machine. The rider must be endorsed upon thecompetition licence with the appropriatelevel of endorsement. Endorsements will be issued for:* 50cc 2 stroke,* 65cc 2 stroke/125cc 4 stroke* 85cc 2 stroke/150cc 4 stroke* 200cc 2 stroke* 250cc 4 stroke* 350cc 4 stroke (speedway only)A rider endorsed on any capacity ispermitted to ride any capacity below thelevel of their endorsement and withinthe class/age allowance within the rules. A rider wishing to compete within thefollowing disciplines or upon the listedmachines below must undertake a oneoff competency assessment by anaccredited motorcycle sport coach onthose respective machines:* Road Race (including Supermoto)* Slider (including Speedway andDirt Track/Track Slider machines* Off Road (including MX, MK, DT,Trials and Enduro)* Sidecar passenger or rider3.8.0.6 All junior competitors who completethe Kick Start program and wish topurchase a one event competitionlicence must be issued with a logbookwhich includes:a) Name, address and date of birth,b) Provision to record training/coaching hours and modules toobtain a competition licence,c) Provision to record Licenceassessment results,d) Licence number,e) Special medical conditions,f) Ambulance subscription,g) Provision of injury details (wheretransported to hospital), andh) Provision to record penalties (tobe countersigned by the Stewardand Clerk of Course). A rider wishing to take out a one eventcompetition licence must provide alogbook to demonstrate their level ofcompetency endorsement. Junior riders in all disciplines can,at 3 months prior to their birthday,commence coaching on a machineof the increased capacity that theywill be competing on when reachingthe required age, providing it is at apermitted coaching event only. Forroad racing coaching at a permittedcoaching event may occur 6 monthsprior to their birthday except whenmoving to a Senior class which willremain at 3 months prior3.8.0.9 Annual competency assessment is notrequired. An accredited coach who conductsthe assessment required for a riderto be endorsed must provide to theSCB written endorsement of therider’s assessment, the capacity of themachine the rider was assessed upon,the permit number the assessmentwas conducted under and the date ofassessment.55

4 COMPETITIONSenjoy the ride4 COMPETITIONS564.1 VENUES4.1.1 Register of Venues4.1.1.1 Each SCB must, for its area ofresponsibility, establish and maintain aregister of:a) Permanent venues, andb) Temporary venues for special eventswhich may be altered by the addition,removal or modification of, any 1 or morevenues.4.1.2 Venue Inspectors4.1.2.1 An RCB may appoint venue inspectorswhose responsibilities are:a) To inspect venues,b) To ensure that venues comply withany standards established underthese Rules, andc) To make recommendations for theissue of licences for venues.4.1.3 The Licensing of Venues4.1.3.1 No venue may be operated without avenue licence. An application for the issue of a venuelicence must be in the prescribed form tothe RCB. The RCB may, in respect of a venue:a) Issue a licence subject to such termsand conditions as it thinks fit or mayrefuse to issue a licence, andb) Revoke or suspend a venue licenceif the venue licensee fails to complywith the licence or any condition. During each competition or otherpermitted event the venue licencemust be prominently displayed in theadministration area of the event togetherwith a plan of the venue and the GPS coordinatesfor the location of the venue. Any Support person who enters a licensedvenue or who otherwise participates(in whatever manner and actively orpassively) in a competition under theseGCR is bound by these GCR and any SRin force for that competition.4.1.4 Notices to the Public4.1.4.1 At all meetings to which the public haveaccess, other than events on a publicroad, the standard notice [shown onopposite page] warning the public that amotorcycle competition is in progress shallbe prominently displayed. The sign shallmeasure 550mm x 450mm, minimum. Wherever at such meetings, it is considereddesirable by the Promoters of the meetings,or is a condition of the grant of a VenueLicence that the public shall be excludedfrom a certain area, the standard form ofnotice prohibiting the public from access tothat area [shown on opposite page] shallbe prominently displayed. The sign shallmeasure 550mm x 450mm4.1.4.3 No other form of notice for warning thepublic generally or for prohibiting accessto certain areas shall be displayed. A sign must be prominently displayedin pit areas [shown on opposite page]warning that the carrying or consumptionof alcoholic beverages by all personnelin the area is prohibited. The sign shallmeasure 550mm x 450mm. At the entrances to any venue a Promotermust prominently display the sign entitled‘Notice’[shown on opposite page]. Thesign shall measure 550mm x 450mm. Pit areas must be clearly defined. APromoter must prominently display thesign [shown on opposite page] at theentrance to the pit area. The sign shallmeasure 550mm x 450mm. A sign must be prominently displayedin pit areas [shown on opposite page]No Smoking in Pit Area By Order,Motorcycling Australia Ltd. The sign shallmeasure 550mm x 450mm. ‘This is ano smoking area’ signs must be placedin grand stands and/or high volumespectator areas4.2 THE PROMOTION AND CONDUCTOF COMPETITIONS4.2.1 Authority to Promote4.2.1.1 Subject to these Rules, competitions maybe promoted or conducted by:a) A Controlling Body, orb) A Promoter. Promoters must be affiliated to the RCB:a) Where an SCB is the RCB, Promotersmust affiliate with an SCB,

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT4 COMPETITIONSWARNING TO THE PUBLICMotor racing is DANGEROUS, and spectators attending this track do so entirely at their ownrisk. It is a condition of admission that all persons having a connection with the promotion,and/or organisation, and/or conduct of the meeting, including the owners of the land andthe riders and owners of vehicles and passengers in the vehicles, are absolved from allliability arising out of the accidents causing damage or personal injury to spectators or ticketholders, except where due care and skill has not been exercised.Notice AREAThe Public is not permitted in this area.WARNINGThe carrying or consumption of alcoholic beveragesin the pit area is prohibited.By Order,Motorcycling Australia LtdNotice Animals Allowed.Guide Dogs ExceptedBy Order,Motorcycling Australia LtdNotice riding of motorcycles in the pit area is onlyallowed in marked access lanes.By Order,Motorcycling Australia LtdNotice PROHIBITIONSNo Smoking in Pit AreaBy Order,Motorcycling Australia Ltd Notice Where MA is the RCB, Promotersmust affiliate with MA if they have notalready affiliated with an SCB. SCBs must notify MA of the details ofaffiliated Promoters within 1 month ofthem affiliating.4.2.2 Competition Permits4.2.2.1 No competition may be promoted orconducted without a competition permit. An application for a competition permitmust be in the prescribed form to the RCBand must:a) Be accompanied by theprescribed fee,b) For any meeting forming part ofan Australian Championship, beNotice at least 3 months beforethe date set for the meeting,c) For International meetings (i.e.involving licensees from federationsother than MA and MNZ), MA seriesor National meetings, be submittedat least 8 weeks before the date setfor the meeting,d) For any other meeting, be submittedat least 14 days before the date setfor the meeting,e) Be accompanied by proposedSR, and57

4 COMPETITIONSenjoy the ride58f) Identify the proposed venue. An RCB may issue a competition permitsubject to terms and conditions or mayrefuse to issue a permit.a) At the time of issue of a competitionpermit to a Promoter, the RCB mayrequire the Promoter to deposit withthe RCB a bond which:i) Is equivalent to the prize money,ii) Is an estimate by the RCB of thegate levy payable.b) Where a bond is not required, theRCB will assume responsibility forthe prize money.c) A permit must not be issued unlessthe Promoter making application isinsured to the satisfaction of the RCB. Where any of the conditions of acompetition permit are not satisfied theRCB may revoke the permit. The permit for an event must beprominently displayed in the administrationarea of the event.4.2.3 Refund of Permit Fees4.2.3.1 If a meeting does not take place, any feepaid for the permit must be repaid unlessin the opinion of the RCB, the meeting didnot take place because of the conduct ofthe permit holder. In that event, the RCBmay withhold the refund wholly, or in partat its discretion.4.2.4 Forfeiture of Permit4.2.4.1 A Promoter will be liable to forfeit a permitif the Promoter breaches any of theseRules, and in all things done in relationto a meeting, must comply with, and isbound by:a) These Rules,b) All conditions of the permit,c) Any SR, andd) All venue safety and other standardsproclaimed under these Rules.4.2.5 The Appointment of Officials4.2.5.1 A meeting must not take place unlessthere are at least the following officialspresent:a) A Steward, a Jury, or a Referee,b) A Clerk of Course,c) A Race Secretary,d) A Scrutineer. Officials for Australian Championshipsforming a series must:a) In respect of Stewards, Juries andRace Directors, be appointed by MA,b) In respect of all other key officials, ChiefMarshals, eligibility Scrutineers and chieftechnical Scrutineers, be nominated bythe host SCB for MA approval.c) In respect of all other officials, beappointed by the Promoter. Officials for Australian Championshipswhich do not form part of a series must:a) In respect of Stewards, JuryPresidents and eligibility Scrutineersbe appointed by MA,b) In respect of all other key officials,Chief Marshals and chief technicalScrutineers be appointed by the hostSCB,c) In respect of all other officials, beappointed by the Promoter. Officials for meetings controlled by MAwhich are not Australian Championshipsmust:a) In respect of Stewards, be appointedby MA,b) In respect of all other officials, beappointed by the Promoter. Officials for meetings controlled by SCBswill be appointed in accordance with theby laws of the host SCB.4.2.6 Competitions between Categories ofMachine4.2.6.1 In respect of any competition:a) Unless otherwise provided for bythese Rules or any relevant SR, no 2machines of a different category maycompete in any event,b) No competition may be conductedunder these Rules between amotorcycle and any other vehicle.4.2.7 Invitations for Entries4.2.7.1 A Promoter may invite and receiveentries to any competition authorised bythe permit. Every invitation to enter andevery entry form sent out to a potentialparticipant must:a) Specify the closing date forapplications to enter,b) Specify the amount of the entry fee,c) Be accompanied by a copy of the SRfor the competition.

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT4 COMPETITIONS4.2.8 Applications for Entries4.2.8.1 A competition licensee wishing toparticipate in a meeting may apply toenter the meeting. The application must:a) Be in the prescribed form andcontain the prescribed information,b) Be accompanied by the prescribedfee,c) If required by the RCB, beaccompanied by a medical certificatethat the applicant is fit to participatein the meeting,d) Contain no false or misleadinginformation,e) Comply with the SR for the meeting. The Promoter to whom such an applicationis submitted may accept or reject it, thepromoter must get prior approval fromthe RCB to reject entries and, if theapplication is rejected, must inform theapplicant of the rejection. The applicantcan protest the rejection in accordancewith GCR a) & GCR d) i).4.2.9 Responsibilities of Promoters4.2.9.1 A Promoter, on or before the day of themeeting must:a) Publish a program which mustcontain:i) The names of all competitors andthe identity of each competitor’sentrant, club and State,ii) The identification number of eachcompetitor and motorcycle,iii) Any applicable starting positionand handicap,iv) The status and identity of all keyofficials,v) All relevant information about theevents to be conducted.vi) A welcome message from an MARepresentative for AustralianChampionships.b) Provide copies of the programto all key officials, entrants andcompetitors.c) Appoint officials and in so doingmay appoint assistant pit and flagmarshals who need not be theholders of officials’ licences. Noassistant pit or flag marshal maycarry out any duty unless directlysupervised by a licensed official.d) Provide fire extinguishers to thesatisfaction of the RCB,e) Where MA is the RCB, at any eventwhere speed is the determiningfactor, provide an ambulancewhich is,i) Permitted to transport injuredpersons on public roads, andii) Staffed by paramedics.f) At all other events where speed isthe determining factor provide, to thesatisfaction of the SCB:i) An ambulance, orii) First aid vehicle, oriii) A medical room, which maybe mobile.g) Ensure medical facilities areoperated by qualified firstaid personnel.h) Ensure that:i) At Speedway / Track eventsspectators are not permittedinside the circuit,ii) At all other events spectators arenot permitted in areas which mayendanger themselves or riders.iii) The nearest police station andthe nearest hospital to the eventis notified that the event is to takeplace. This notification must begiven at least 21 days prior tothe event. A Promoter must, no more than 21 daysafter a meeting pay all fees, travelingand accommodation expenses due toControlling Bodies, riders and officials inrespect of that meeting. A Promoter is responsible for the paymentof all officials’ fees and expenses otherthan the Steward’s fee and any costsassociated with the Race Director. Unless otherwise instructed by the RCB,a Promoter must, no more 7 days after theresults have been declared official, pay allprize monies and prizes due to the riders. At events where drug or fuel testing hastaken place an RCB may instruct thePromoter to delay payments of prize moniesuntil the results of those tests are published.59

4 COMPETITIONS4.2.10 Betting at Meetings4.2.10.1 No person involved in the conduct of anymeeting may conduct any bet or wager inrespect of that meeting.4.2.11 Results4.2.11.1 As soon as practicable and no more than5 days after the completion of a meeting,the Steward must send the results to theRCB. Unless and until all protests and appealsarising from a meeting are finallydetermined, the results will be provisional. In respect of any provisional results, anypublic announcement or advertisementconcerning those results must state thatthey are provisional and are subject toofficial confirmation. As soon as practicable and no more than5 days after the final determination of allprotests and appeals in relation to anymeeting, the RCB must announce that theresults are final. A meeting will commence and conclude atthe times fixed by the Steward.4.2.12 Results in Australian Championships andMA Series4.2.12.1 Results in any Australian titled event orMA series event:a) Must be faxed or emailed to MA bythe Steward by 9am on the Mondaynext following the event, andb) Must include the names of allfinishers in the event.4.2.13 Supplementary Regulations [SR] An RCB may make SR, which mustbe consistent with these Rules, for thepurposes of the promotion and conduct ofany competition. SR:a) Have the force and effect of theseRules,b) Must comply, as closely as possible,with the model SR in Appendix 2;c) Must be printed and in the prescribedform,enjoy the rided) Must be delivered to those personsor bodies whom the RCB considersnecessary to enable the competitionto be conducted fairly and efficiently,e) Must be published and displayedin a place to which officials andcompetitors have reasonable access,f) Must not be amended after deliveryand publication in accordance withthis GCR unless, in the opinion of theSteward, exceptional circumstancesarise requiring amendments. SR for competitions must prescribe:a) Venue descriptions,b) Dates, times and places of competitions,c) Entry times, methods and forms,d) Competitor and other numbers andnumber plates,e) Methods of machine examination,f) Methods of practicing and qualifying,g) Methods of starting and finishing,h) Flags and signals,i) Competition officials,j) Entry and other fees,k) Prizes and trophies,l) Competition formats,m) Methods of scoring,n) Timetables,o) Such other facts, matters or thingsas are necessary to ensure the fairand safe conduct of competitions. SR bind Support persons. Delivery,publication or display of SR in accordancewith GCR or (e) shall bedeemed delivery, publication and displayof the SR to Support persons4.2.14 Supplementary Regulations forAustralian Championships & MA Series4.2.14.1 A draft of proposed SR for an AustralianChampionship and MA Series must besent to MA in electronic form (disc oremail) at least 3 months prior to the dateof the event.4.3 OFFENCESOFFENCES MOVED TO CHAPTER 560

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT5 OFFENCES, PROTESTS AND APPEALS5 OFFENCES, PROTESTS AND APPEALS5.1 OFFENCES5.1.1 List of Offences5.1.1.1 Any promoter, club, licensee, rider,member or support person, who:a) Breaches any of these Rules, Policies orany Supplementary Regulations,b) Acts in a manner which is prejudicialto the sport or breaches the Code ofConduct,c) Behaves in an offensive or abusivemanner toward any competitor orany official exercising authority underthese Rules,d) Bribes or attempts to bribe, directlyor indirectly, any competitor,Controlling Body, appellate body orofficial exercising authority underthese Rules,e) Offers, receives or offers to receive,directly or indirectly, any bribein respect of the exercise of anyauthority under these Rules,f) Enters, or attempts to enter, anyineligible person, body or machinein any competition or recreationalactivity,g) Acts in a reckless or dangerousmanner while competingparticipating,h) Disobeys the lawful direction, orderor requirement of any ControllingBody, appellate body, inspector orofficial under these Rules,i) Obstructs or misleads any official inthe exercise of any of the powersand duties conferred on that officialby these Rules,j) Assaults any participant orspectator competitor or any officialexercising authority under theseRules,k) Without reasonable cause, failsto participate in a competition forwhich entrant fees have been paidby or on behalf of that person orbody or in the case of Speedway acompetitor who has nominated forthat competition,l) Does any act, the direct or indirectpurpose of which is to breach orcause to be breached any agreementbetween any Promoter, entrant, orrider in respect of any competition orrecreational event,m) Participates in any competitionor recreational event for whichthat person or body has failed tocomplete an entry form or payentrant fees,n) Being a Promoter advertises, and/or programs riders who have notentered the meeting,o) Being a Promoter, club, entrant,or rider knowingly publishes falseinformation concerning the results ofany competition,p) Promotes, participates in, orofficiates at any competition which iscapable of being sanctioned by MAbut which is not authorized underthese Rules,q) Uses other than the prescribed fuelin any competition,r) Fails to comply with the direction ofan authorised official to submit to afuel test under these Rules,s) Being an entrant causes or permitsthe rider entered by the entrant, orany Support person of that rider notto comply with these rulest) Being a competitor or participatingrider where any of their Supportpersons fails to comply with any ofthese Rulesu) Commits a doping offence underMA’s Anti-Doping Policy,v) Being an official who knowingly:i) Signs a record of measurementas a personal record when itwas not,ii) Assists in the promotion orconduct of any competition whichis not authorised under theseRules, oriii) Fails to comply with these Rules,is liable to be penalised underthese Rules.61

5 OFFENCES, PROTESTS AND APPEALSenjoy the ride625.1.1.2 Should a Support person breach any rule,the entrant, rider, licensee or competitor,may in addition to the Support personbe held responsible and sanctioned inaccordance with these GCR. Subject to Rule, a prosecutionfor any alleged offence under Rule5.1.1.1 committed during the course of ameeting must:a) If instituted by the Clerk of Course, be:i) Heard and determined by theClerk of Course, orii) Referred to the Steward, orb) If instituted by the Steward, bei) Heard and determined by theSteward, orii) Referred to the RCB, orc) If instituted by a duly appointedInspector, be heard and determinedby the RCB. A prosecution for any alleged offenceunder GCR committed during thecourse of a meeting being part of an MASeries must:a) If instituted by the Clerk of theCourse, be:i) Heard and determined by theClerk of Course, orii) Referred to the Steward, orb) If instituted by the Race Director; bereferred to the Steward, orc) If instituted by the Steward, bei) Heard and determined by theSteward, orii) Referred to the RCB, ord) If instituted by a duly appointedInspector, be heard and determinedby the RCB.5.1.2 Imposition of Penalties during Events5.1.2.1 In any event during the course of ameeting, a Steward or Clerk of Coursemay fine, exclude, impose penalty or timepoints on, or relegate, any competitor, if:a) The whole or any part of thatcompetitor’s machine has leftthe track and thereby gained anadvantage, unless such action was:i) For the safety of othercompetitors, orii) Due to the action of othercompetitors,b) The competitor has gained anadvantage as a result of anunfair start,c) The competitor has been guilty ofunfair or unsafe conduct,d) The competitor receives outsideassistance other than:i) By a relevant official at the start ofan event, orii) In the interests of safety,e) The competitor’s machineis dangerous,f) The competitor’s machine does notcomply with the requirements ofthese Rules or any SR,g) The competitor has unreasonablyrefused to submit to a medical testrequired by the Steward underthese Rules,h) The competitor, or the competitor’steam, has breached the refueling Rule. For the purposes of GCR,outside assistance includes radiocommunication, provided that SR maypermit outside assistance. No person may protest against, or appealfrom, a decision to impose a penaltyduring an event. For the purpose of this GCR a decisiondoes not operate as such unless and untilit is notified to the competitor affected byit or to that competitor’s team, providingsuch notification is practicable within thecontext of the event.5.1.3 Hearing and Determination of Chargesduring Meetings5.1.3.1 In any proceeding relating to the impositionof penalties for offences committed duringthe course of a meeting:a) The Steward or Clerk of Course:i) May act on their own initiative,ii) May act on such information andin such manner as they think fithaving regard to the conduct forwhich a penalty is to be imposed,iii) Must, in respect of allprosecutions other than thoseunder GCR 4.3.2, conduct ahearing,iv) Must, as soon as practicable afterdetermining the penalty, informthe person, rider or competitor

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT5 OFFENCES, PROTESTS AND APPEALSand the competitor’s team of thepenalty imposed, andv) May not impose any fine greaterthan the maximum prescribed inby-laws.b) No person may be represented by alegal practitioner.5.1.4 Inspectors5.1.4.1 A Controlling Body may, by writtenauthority, appoint Inspectors. The powers and duties of Inspectors are:a) To institute prosecutions foroffences under these Rules otherthan offences alleged to have beencommitted by competitors during thecourse of a event, andb) To collect and collate evidencereasonably required for thepreparation of any prosecutionsunder these Rules, and to presentsuch evidence to the RCB,c) To investigate the conductof meetings and makerecommendations to the RCB. In performing duties under these Rules,an Inspector:a) May ask questions and givedirections as reasonably required,b) Must comply with all directions ofany appellate body, andc) Must maintain proper and accuraterecords of all investigationsundertaken and any proceedingsarising there from.5.1.5 Charges5.1.5.1 Charges for offences under these Rules,other than by Stewards, Race Director orClerks of Course may only be instituted byInspectors. In relation to any charge instituted by anInspector:a) The offence will not be taken to havebeen committed unless proved to thesatisfaction of the RCB,b) The person charged may berepresented by a legal practitioneror other advocate or may beunrepresented,c) The person charged may:i) Give evidence,ii) Call any witness,iii) Produce any exhibit, oriv) remain silent, and no adverseinference may be drawn from theexercise of the right of silence.d) The RCB musti) Deliver written reasons for thefinding to the person charged,whether of guilty or innocent, andany penalty imposed.e) The RCB may refer charges to itsappellate body.5.1.6 Penalties5.1.6.1 In imposing any penalty, the Steward,Clerk of Course, RCB or the appellatebody must have regard to thefollowing principles:a) No penalty should be imposedunless and until the offender hasbeen given the opportunity to makerepresentations as to the nature andextent of the penalty,b) In ordinary circumstances a singlepenalty should be imposed for asingle offence,c) The punishment for an offenceshould be commensurate with thegravity and effects of the offence,d) The interests of the sportare paramount,e) The severity of penalties imposedon an individual should increase ifthat individual continues to commitoffences against these Rules,f) Mitigating factors put by, or on behalfof an offender, must be taken intoaccount, as must the effects onothers of the actions of the offender. The Clerk of Course may impose thefollowing penalties for any offencecommitted under these Rules:a) A reprimand,b) A fine no greater than $1,000,c) Relegation,d) Exclusion.e) Removal or ejection from the venue5.1.6.3 The Steward may impose the followingpenalties for any offence committed underthese Rules:a) A reprimand,b) A fine no greater than $2,000,c) Relegation,d) Exclusion,63

5 OFFENCES, PROTESTS AND APPEALSenjoy the ride64e) Suspension of no more than 6months.f) Removal or ejection from the venue5.1.6.4 The RCB may impose the followingpenalties for any offence committed underthese Rules:a) A reprimand,b) A fine no greater than $5,000,c) Relegation,d) Exclusion,e) Suspension of no more than 24months. The RCB may determine a period duringwhich a licence will not be issued topersons falsely completing a licencedeclaration under GCR b). An appellate body may impose thefollowing penalties for any offencecommitted under these Rules:a) A reprimand,b) A fine no greater than $10,000,c) Relegation,d) Exclusion,e) Suspension,f) Disqualification. In imposing a penalty under these Rulesan appellate body may:a) Fix a time for payment of any fine,b) Suspend the operation of anypenalty unconditionally or subject toterms and conditions,c) Fix a time for the commencementof any penalty, but in the absenceof such fixing, the penalty willcommence from the moment of itspronouncement,d) Impose such conditions as are in thecircumstances just and expedient,e) Require the offender to deliver anydocument, record, material, object,piece of equipment, machine orthing as is reasonably necessaryto ensure:i) That the penalty is carried into fullforce and effect,ii) That all persons or bodiesaffected are made aware of thepenalty, andiii) That any consequential orders ordirections are complied with.f) Make such consequential ordersor directions as the appellate bodyconsiders necessary and reasonablefor the full and effectual operation ofthe penalty. Unless otherwise ordered:a) Every decision of an appellate bodywill take effect from the moment ofpronouncement of the penalty,b) The operation of a decision of anappellate body will be suspendedupon the lodging of a notice ofappeal against the decision.5.1.7 Penalties – Juniors5.1.7.1 The Steward may fine or exclude anyjunior competitor for the actions of theagents or parents of the competitor.5.1.8 Default Penalties5.1.8.1 Any person or body having power toimpose any fine under these Rules mustfix a time within which the fine is to bepaid. An RCB may impose, as a penalty in defaultof payment of the fine within that time, apenalty of suspension or disqualification,which may be double the period thepayment of the fine was in default.5.1.9 Tests for Prohibited Substances5.1.9.1 A person who commits a doping offencecontrary to the MA Anti-Doping Policy[Chapter 11] will be sanctioned by MAin accordance with that policy which ispublished in this manual. For the purposes of this GCR:a) An SCB may, by instrument inwriting, delegate to MA its authorityto administer tests under this GCR,and in that case, MA will be deemedto be the RCB in relation to theadministration of tests,b) The RCB is responsible for thereceipt of the results of tests.5.1.10 Prohibited substances5.1.10.1 Refer to the World Anti-Doping Agency(WADA) Prohibited List under Chapter 11for prohibited substances.5.1.11 Fines5.1.11.1 Fines are payable to the RCB.5.1.12 Suspension and Disqualification5.1.12.1 An order for suspension of any person orbody will operate throughout the period

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT5 OFFENCES, PROTESTS AND APPEALSthereof so as to prevent that person orbody from participating in any competition.or recreational event. An order for suspension or disqualificationfrom competition may operate so as toprevent from participation in competitiona machine or machines of a particularmanufacturer provided that no such ordermay be made unless the appellate bodyis satisfied that the offence or offencesleading to the making of the order werecommitted with the knowledge, or at theinstigation, of the manufacturer or themanufacturer’s agent. Any person or body who is the subject of:a) An order of exclusion, orb) An order for suspension ordisqualification for any offencecommitted at, connected with, orarising from, any competition;is liable to forfeit the right to receiveor retain any award, trophy or prize inrespect of that competition. If any penalty imposed alters the resultof any competition, the RCB must, assoon as practicable after being notifiedof the penalty, alter the record of thatcompetition so as to reflect the alteration5.2 PROTESTS5.2.1 Right of Protest5.2.1.1 With the exception of penalties imposedduring an event any entrant or competitormay protest:a) Against a decision to reject anapplication by a competitionlicence holder to compete in anycompetition,b) Against a decision, action ordetermination of any official,c) Against the action or conduct of anyother competitor, entrant, mechanicor team member during the course ofany event. Any protest must:a) Be in writing,b) Be accompanied by the prescribedfee which will be refunded if theprotest is upheld, or if not must beremitted to the RCB ,c) Be made to a Steward of the relevantmeeting,d) Comply with the following time limits:i) For a protest under sub Rules a)and b) of the previous Rule, assoon as practicable after beinginformed of the decision,ii) For a protest under sub Rule c)of the previous Rule, no morethan 30 minutes after the actionor conduct,iii) For a protest under sub-Rule c)in a Speedway or Supercrossmeeting, no more than 5 minutesafter the action or conduct.5.2.2 Protest Hearings5.2.2.1 A Steward must hear and determine anyprotest and must notify the outcome tothe protester, and any person materiallyaffected, within a reasonable time. A Steward may refer any question raisedin any protest, or the protest itself, to therelevant appellate body and must:a) Notify such referral to the protester,and to any person materially affectedby the protest,b) Provide to the appellate body allevidence and exhibits submittedto the Steward in relation to thatprotest,c) Comply with all directions andinstructions of the appellate body. In hearing and determining any protest, aSteward may:a) Direct any reasonable alteration ormodification to any course,b) Alter or amend any program,c) Overrule, vary or amend anydecision or direction of an official,d) Substitute for any decision of anofficial, the decision of the Stewardwith or without conditions,e) Give such directions, instructions ororders as the Steward thinks fit forthe efficient and fair conduct of anycompetition,f) Alter, vary or amend the result of, orprize for, any competition,g) Do whatever is necessary for theproper consideration of the protest. In hearing and determining any protest,a Steward must apply the following65

5 OFFENCES, PROTESTS AND APPEALSenjoy the ride66principles:a) The protester and any personmaterially affected or likely to beso affected by the outcome of theprotest must be notified of the protestand the time and place fixed for thehearing,b) The determination of the protestmust be in writing and publishedto the protester and any personaffected by the determination,c) The principles of natural justice mustapply,d) The protester and any personmaterially affected or likely to beso affected by the determinationmay not be represented by a legalpractitioner,e) The Steward is not bound by therules of evidence and may beinformed of facts in such manner asthe Steward thinks fit,f) The Steward must determine theprotest according to equity, goodconscience and the substantialmerits of the case,g) Unless otherwise ordered, everydecision made by a Steward willtake effect from the moment ofpronouncement of the decision.5.2.3 Protests - Juniors5.2.3.1 In addition to the Rules regulating themaking of protests in all competitions,Juniors must comply with the following:a) A protest may only be made by acompetitor,b) The competitor must indicate theprotest to an official prior to returningto the pits,c) The Clerk of Course must designatean area, to be announced at theriders’ briefing and to be marked bya purple flag, where an official mustbe present to note any indications ofprotest,d) No discussion on the content of theprotest may take place at the markedposition,e) A competitor who indicates a protestmust return to the pits and presentthe protest to the Clerk of Course.5.3 APPELLATE BODIES5.3.1 The Appointment of Appellate Bodies5.3.1.1 Each Controlling Body must appoint asuitably qualified person or persons asan appellate body. A person is suitablyqualified if:a) In the case of an appellate bodyconsisting of 1 member, that personis an admitted practitioner of theSupreme Court of any State orTerritory of Australia, orb) In the case of an appellate body of3 members, the chair is held by anadmitted practitioner of the SupremeCourt of any State or Territory ofAustralia and the other membershave knowledge of, and experiencein, any aspect of the sport. No person may sit as a member of anappellate body, hearing any appeal, if thatperson has an interest in the outcome ofthe appeal.5.3.2 Hearings by Appellate Bodies5.3.2.1 An appellate body must hear anddetermine each appeal and in so doing:a) Is not bound by the rules ofevidence,b) May inform itself in such manner asit thinks fit,c) Must act according to equity, goodconscience and the substantialmerits of the case,d) May affirm, quash or vary thedecision appealed against insuch manner and subject to suchconditions as it thinks fit,e) May not impose any fine greaterthan that prescribed in by-laws,f) Must publish reasons for its decision,g) May, at its discretion, award suchcosts to any party as it thinks fit. An appellate body may not direct that anevent be re-run.5.3.3 Decisions by Appellate Bodies5.3.3.1 Unless otherwise ordered:a) Every decision made by an appellatebody will take effect from themoment of pronouncement of thedecision,

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT5 OFFENCES, PROTESTS AND APPEALSb) The operation of a decision of anappellate body will be suspendedupon the lodging of a notice ofappeal against the decision,5.4 APPEALS5.4.1 Right to Appeal5.4.1.1 A person or body having a materialinterest in a decision of:a) A Steward or jury arising from aprotest, orb) A Key Official of a recreationalevent, orc) A specialist sub-committeemay appeal to the appellate body of theRCB. A person or body, including a Steward ofa meeting, having a material interest in adecision of an SCB or the appellate bodyof an SCB, may appeal to the appellatebody of MA.5.4.2 Commencement of Appeals5.4.2.1 Appeals must be commenced by notice ofappeal which must be:a) In writing and signed by theappellant,b) Lodged with the relevant appellatebody, andc) Accompanied by the prescribed filingfee.5.4.3 Time Limits for Appeals5.4.3.1 The time for lodging a notice of appealis 21 days after the decision has beennotified to the appellant. An appellate body may extend the time forlodging a notice of appeal if it considersthat it is just and equitable so to do. Unless otherwise directed by theappellate body, appeals must be heardand determined no more than 4 monthsafter lodgment of the notice of appeal.67

6 JUDICIAL COMMITTEE GUIDELINESenjoy the ride6 JUDICIAL COMMITTEE GUIDELINES686.1 MA HEARING GUIDELINES6.1.1 Composition of the Committee6.1.1.1 The Judicial Committee is the Nationalappellate tribunal of MA. Appointed members of the Committeemust be either:a) A qualified lawyer; orb) A person with appropriately extensiveknowledge of, and experience in thesport. The Committee’s President must be aqualified lawyer. The Committee sits either as a:a) Panel of up to 3 members chaired bya lawyer; orb) Committee of 1 who must be a lawyer. Matters generally come before theCommittee either as:a) Appeals from State appellatetribunals.b) Appeals from protest hearings,conducted by Stewards or juries,where the event is National or is partof a National series; orc) As disputed questions on theinterpretation of the GCRs.6.1.2 Notice of Appeal6.1.2.1 When considering lodging an appeal tothe Committee. it is important to note :a) The Notice of Appeal must be lodgedat the MA office in Melbourne.b) The time limit for the lodging of theNotice is 21 days from the date ofthe written notification of the decisionbeing appealed.c) The Notice must be accompanied bythe prescribed lodging fee.d) There is no particular setting out orstyle required, however, the Noticeshould specify:i) The person or body whosedecision is being challenged;ii) The date and place of thedecision;iii) What the decision was;iv) A short outline (preferably in pointform) of why the decision is saidto be wrong. A copy of the Notice of Appeal shouldbe posted to the person or body whosedecision is being challenged.6.1.3 Conduct of Hearings6.1.3.1 Hearings are usually, but not always, heldin Melbourne. Interstate telephone hookupsare used on occasions. Hearings are normally conducted on amid-week evening from 7.00 pm. Theyare scheduled, as far as is possible, asthe parties’ request. Hearings generally last 2-3 hours. Parties to an appeal can present theirown case, may choose to be representedby a lawyer, or they may choose to berepresented by a person who, though nota lawyer, is familiar with their case andwho can explain it to the Committee. About one third of appellants have legalrepresentation, another third had nonlegalrepresentation – and the other thirdpresented their case themselves. Typically, the parties are notified in writingof the Committee’s decision within 10 to14 days of the hearing. Written reasons for the Committee’sdecision accompany the decision itself.Where the Committee sits as a panelit arrives at 1 decision, i.e. it does notproduce a majority decision and adissenting minority decision. When a hearing has concluded there canbe no further communication between theparties and the Committee. If a party loses an appeal, any request itmay make of the Committee to reconsiderits decision will be ignored. Enquiries and requests about thescheduling of hearings should be directedto the MA office (See page 13).


7 SPORTING COMMISSIONS & COMMITTEESenjoy the ride7 SPORTING COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES707.1 CREATION OF COMMISSIONS7.1.0.1 MA has a Commission structurecomprising the following Commissions:a) Road Racing,b) Motocross & Supercross,c) Speedway,d) Enduro,e) Moto-Trials,f) Junior Development,g) Historic Road Racing,h) Classic MX & Dirt Track,i) Dirt Track & Track,j) Women’s. MA has the following Standing Committees:a) Judicial,b) Safety. MA has the following Special Subcommittees:a) Coaching,b) Officials Training,c) Rules.7.2 STRUCTURE OF THE COMMISSIONS7.2.0.1 Membership of Commissions will be amaximum of 3 persons, unless otherwiseapproved by the MA Board. Vacancies must be advertised in theMotorcycle Press and through SCBs.Applications to close on the last workingday in September of each year. Appointments will be made by the Board. Appointments will be for up to 3 years with1 person due for election each year. Casual Vacancies to be appointed bythe Board for the unexpired term of theretiree’s appointment. Appointments to be based on the ability tocontribute. The Board will appoint the Chairman ofeach Commission. The Board has the right to dismiss allor any members of a Commission ifperformance is unsatisfactory. Positions on Commissions are honorary.Approved travel, accommodation and outof pocket expenses will be met by MA.7.3 STRUCTURE OF THE STANDINGCOMMITTEES AND SPECIAL SUB-COMMITTEES7.3.0.1 Members of the standing Committeesand special Sub-Committees shallbe appointed by the Board and themembership shall be reviewed annually atthe MA Annual General Meeting. The structure should generally consist of 3persons. Applications for Committee positions willbe directed to the Board. Members will generally be selectedbecause of their expertise and may bemembers of the Board. Positions on the standing committees andspecial Sub-committees are honorary.Approved travel, accommodation and outof pocket expenses will be met by MA. Casual Vacancies to be appointed bythe Board for the unexpired term of theretiree’s appointment. The Board will appoint Committee chairman. The Board has the right to dismissall or any members of a Committee ifperformance is unsatisfactory.7.4 OBJECTIVES OF THE COMMISSIONS7.4.0.1 To assist in the achievement of theobjectives of MA. To encourage growth, development,participation and safety in motorcyclesport throughout Australia. To provide an environment for the orderlyand structured consideration and decisionmaking on the specialised aspects ofmotorcycle sport. To enhance the promotion of motorcyclingas a sport. To enhance the status of NationalChampionship competitions. To assist riders selected in teamscompeting in International competition toachieve International rankings. To assist individual competitors, clubs,Promoters, SCBs, and other interestedparties wherever possible in their specialtyof the sport.

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT7 SPORTING COMMISSIONS & COMMITTEES7.5 COMMISSION TERMS OF REFERENCE7.5.0.1 Commissions may consider:a) Sport specific items only, thatis, those that do not affect otherdisciplines,b) Budget,c) Technical,d) National Team Selection,e) International Programs,f) Other Development.7.5.1 Responsibilities of the Commissions7.5.1.1 To be responsible to the Board and to actin the best interests of MA and the Sport. To keep minutes of all Commissionmeetings. To prepare and propose Rules and/or ruleamendments. To assist and advise other Commissionsand Committees. To initiate appropriate strategies toensure the development of the particulardiscipline of the sport. Where these strategies involve policychange, the matter must be referred tothe Board7.5.1.7 To foster the conduct of NationalChampionships and Internationalcompetition. To provide a report in writing to the Boardannually. To report as required to the Board. To prepare and maintain a disciplinespecific strategic plan. To advise the Board on matters of policyrelevant to commission discipline.7.5.2 Meetings of the Commissions7.5.2.1 All meetings and communication betweenCommission members shall be held on an“as needed” basis and as decided by theBoard, but generally 1 meeting per year inperson and at other times by phone linkup,email or facsimile. Communication with the Commissionswill be through the Commissions andCommittees Manager, at the MA Office.7.5.3 Casual Vacancies7.5.3.1 Upon being advised of the impendingabsence of a Commissioner from ameeting (including teleconferences) theBoard may appoint a casual replacement. The term of the replacement is not toexceed the absence of the incumbentCommissioner.7.5.4 Powers of the Sporting Commissions7.5.4.1 To recommend GCR rule changes onlyafter full consultation with the SCBs andrelevant state sporting Sub-committees.Communication must be through MA tothe SCBs and then to the relevant statesporting Sub-committees. To deal with matters within their discipline,(subject to the overriding control ofthe Board), in accordance with theConstitution. The Board may refermatters back to the Commissions forreconsideration. To select teams for internationalcompetitions. The process required to effect a changeof these Rules is shown on page 40.asdSubscribe to MA’s e-Newsletter –regular motorcycle news in your inbox, free!www.ma.org.au71

8 NATIONAL COACHING SCHEMEenjoy the ride8 NATIONAL COACHING ACCREDITATION SCHEME728.1 COACHING BACKGROUND8.1.0.1 Motorcycling Australia (MA) is recognisedby the Australian Sports Commission(ASC) as a National Sporting Organisation(NSO). As such, MA is able to register itscoaching courses for accreditation underthe ASC’s National Coaching AccreditationScheme (NCAS). MA is in the process ofdeveloping a fourth level of accreditationand is currently working towards having alllevels of coaching accreditation formallyregistered under the NCAS. The NCAS aims to:a) Increase confidence andcompetence in coaching ability,b) Increase understanding of coachingprinciples and sport science,enabling a more in-depth approachto coaching,c) Encourage the development ofinnovative coaching techniques,d) Improve communication skillsof coaches,e) Provide a credible education andtraining process to attract members,f) Increase the number oftrained coaches,g) Provide recognition to coaches.8.1.1 Recognition as a Motorcycle Sport Coach8.1.1.1 There are three aspects to beingrecognised as a Motorcycle Sport coachunder the NCAS:a) Gaining a Motorcycle Sport CoachingAccreditation,b) Maintaining a Motorcycle SportCoaching Licence,c) Updating Motorcycle Sport CoachingAccreditation - Re-accreditation.8.1.2 Gaining a Motorcycle Sport CoachingAccreditation8.1.2.1 In order to gain a Motorcycle SportCoaching Licence you will be required to:a) Demonstrate practical experiencein relation to motorcycle riding,together with a sound knowledge ofmotorcycle riding technique,b) Satisfy any pre-requisites forattending the coaching course (forexample, obtain a General Principlescertificate from the ASC, achievethe first level of accreditation prior toprogressing to next level etc.),c) Attend, complete and successfullypass all requirements of thecoaching course,d) Complete any post courseassessment,e) Show evidence you have satisfiedthe necessary Child Protectionlegislation in the States andTerritories in which you wishto coach,f) Complete and return the appropriatelicence application form to the RCB.8.1.3 Maintaining a Motorcycle SportCoaching Licence8.1.3.1 In order to maintain your coaching licenceyou will be required to:a) Complete and return the appropriatelicence application forms to theRCB in order to keep your coachinglicence up to date,b) Maintain the necessary ChildProtection legislation in the Statesand Territories in which you wishto coach,c) Inform your SCB if your contactdetails change.8.1.4 Updating Motorcycle Sport CoachingAccreditation - Re-accreditation8.1.4.1 Motorcycle Sport coaching accreditationlasts for four years. In order to extend theaccreditation period by another four years(re-accredit) it is necessary to performupdating activities that develop yourskills as a coach. This includes both sportspecific tasks and general sports tasks.On the following page is an exampleof activities that will count towards yourre-accreditation. You have four years inwhich to accrue the necessary hours,check with the RCB for the hours requiredfor re‐accreditation:

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT8 NATIONAL COACHING SCHEMESPORT SPECIFIC TASKSObtain a higher level of coaching accreditationAttend motorcycling coursesConduct practical club coachingPresent/lecture at coursesAttend coaching workshopsAttend training campsWork with a Level 2 coachGENERAL SPORT TASKSAttend State Department of Sport & Recreation coursesAttend other NCAS coursesObtain Sport Trainer accreditationObtain First Aid CertificateObtain CPR accreditationObtain an officials accreditationWinning PartnershiPThe AustralianSports Commissionproudly supportsMotorcycling AustraliaThe Australian Sports Commission isthe Australian Government agency thatdevelops, manages and invests in sportat all levels in Australia. MotorcyclingAustralia has worked closely with theAustralian Sports Commission to developmotorcycling from community participationto high-level performance.Motorcycling Australia is oneof many national sportingorganisations that has formeda winning partnership with theAustralian Sports Commissionto develop its sport in Australia.www.ausport.gov.au73

9 NATIONAL OFFICIALS SCHEMEenjoy the ride9 NATIONAL OFFICIALS ACCREDITATION SCHEME749.1 OFFICIALS BACKGROUNDOne of the recognised keys to the future ofmotorcycle sport is the development and training ofofficials.9.1.1 Establishment9.1.1.1 The National Officials AccreditationScheme aims to:a) Increase confidence andcompetence in officiating ability,b) Improve communication skills,c) Promote progressive improvement inofficiating knowledge and expertise,d) Provide a credible education andtraining process to attract newofficials and retain existing ones,e) Ensure a uniform approach toofficiating throughout the country.9.2 LEVELS OF ACCREDITATION9.2.1 Level O - Basic Orientation Level9.2.1.1 In the case where a person does not haveany accreditation, they are therefore onlyqualified to act as an assistant whilst intraining or assisting at a meeting, theymust be given the basic orientationbriefing by appropriately licenced officialsprior to commencing duties. The briefingmust be given each time an unlicencedperson undertakes duties at a meeting.9.2.2 Level 1 - Club Level9.2.2.1 In order to act as an official at club level,prospective officials may attend a seminarand must successfully complete theassesment requirements. The completed assessment and licenceapplication are to be returned to therelevant SCB for processing9.2.2.3 Applicants may complete this assessmentin their own time and may refer to theirGCRs. The questionnaire is comprimisedof multiple choice questions. Thisassessment needs to be successfullycompleted by persons wishing tobecome, an accredited official.9.2.3 Level 2 - Inter Club/Zone Level9.2.3.1 To attain this level officials are requiredto attend a seminar and successfullycomplete the assessment requirements. The seminars are designed to be practicalby nature. Level 2 is the lowest level for accreditationof a Steward. Applications for accreditation are generally,reviewed by the SCB Manager. If thereis any doubt as to the experience of theapplicant, the application may be referredto the State Officials’ Review Panel for finalapproval.9.2.4 Level 3 - National Event/StateChampionship Level9.2.4.1 As with Level 2, officials must show proof ofparticipation in that role in an open event. All Level 3 applications are reviewed bythe State Officials’ Review Panel beforebeing granted accreditation at this level.9.2.5 Level 4 - National Championship Level9.2.5.1 To achieve Level 4 accreditation asa Steward, Referee and Clerk ofCourse, applicants must attend a KeyOfficials Seminar conducted by MA andsuccessfully complete the assessmentrequirements. Level 4 accreditation for all positions other thanthose listed in the previous GCR is awarded bythe National Officials Committee. Level 4 officials are required to attendseminars to retain their accreditation.9.2.6 International (FIM) Accreditation9.2.6.1 This includes senior officials atinternational level. To be accredited at the Internationallevel, an applicant must hold Level 4Accreditation and have successfullycompleted an FIM Seminar. FIM seminarsare conducted in Australia as required toprovide officials for World Championships.9.3 OFFICIALS LICENSING9.3.1 Licences will be issued by SCBs onbehalf of MA with the exception of Level 4Stewards, Referees and Clerks of Courselicences which will be issued by MA.9.3.2 The back of the Official’s Licence has amatrix indicating the disciplines of thesport and types of accreditation. Numbersindicating the level/s of accreditation willbe placed in the matrix.

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT9.3.3 It is recommended that all officials beregistered [i.e. hold an official’s licence].9.3.4 The motorcycle participation journalshall be used in all officiating activitiesand seminars. The journal or a copy ofit must be provided with all renewals andupgrade applications.9.4 NATIONAL OFFICIALS COMMITTEEGUIDELINES9.4.1 To oversee the setting up in each state ofan Official’s Review Panel.9.4.2 To oversee the accreditation proceduresat state level for Levels 1, 2, and 3 and toconfer accreditation at Level To set the Structure for the conduct of theseminars at the various levels.9.4.4 To provide input into the setting of theassessment papers and questionnaires.9.4.5 To provide input for the production ofseminar resource materials.9.4.6 To re-appraise accreditation levels ofpoorly performing Level 4 officials.9.4.7 To liaise with MA, SCBs and Promotersin the appointment of senior officials atAustralian Championships.9.4.8 To review progress of the Scheme and makeany recommendations for updating to MA.9.4.9 To arbitrate on any disputes arising overthe Scheme:a) To provide a process for officialsto seek arbitration on any disputesarising over the Scheme and itsimplimentation.9 NATIONAL OFFICIALS SCHEMEb) To arbitrate over any disputesarising over the scheme and itsimplimentation9.5 STATE OFFICIALS REVIEW PANELGUIDELINES9.5.1 To liaise with MA and the National OfficialsCommittee.9.5.2 In the appointment of officials to assessthe suitability of Level 2 officials whenasked to do so by the SCB.9.5.3 To review and accredit Level 3 officials.9.5.4 To review and nominate officials for Level4 to the National Officials Committee.9.5.5 Using the course content and resourcematerial provided by MA’s NOC, organisevenues and presenters and conductseminars for Levels 1, 2 and 3 officials withinthe state and/or zones.9.5.6 To notify applicants of the success orotherwise of their application. In the caseof an unsuccessful application provideconstructive feedback.9.5.7 To establish a timetable of when and howoften the Panel should meet.9.5.8 To review the performance andaccreditation level of officials who do notmaintain the required standard.9.5.9 To re-appraise accreditation levels ofpoorly performed officials.9.5.10 Accreditation of Level 1 and 2 officials isat the discretion of the SCB, provided allnecessary criteria have been met by theapplicant.MotoGP (Jeremy Gray)75

10 PERSONAL ACCIDENT INSURANCEenjoy the ride7610 NATIONAL PERSONAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE10.1 SUMMARY OF POLICY COVERAGEsessions, functions and other activities10.1.0.1 The following is a summary of the policyofficially organised by/or on the business ofcoverage. Reference should be made toMotorcycling Australia and its State bodies.policy documents for specific details ofCover includes travel directly to and fromcoverage, terms and conditions. The termssuch events from their place of work orand conditions of the policies will prevail.domicile. Covering all: Competitors, Organisers, A claim for the benefits provided must beOfficials, Marshals, Licence holders,made within 12 months from the date theMembers, Volunteers, Employees,injury was suffered.Directors and Committee members of or Situation - Anywhere in Australiaassociated with Motorcycling Australia and 10.2 CAPITAL BENEFITSits State bodies whilst competing, engaged Injury as defined resulting solely and directlyin, and/or attending racing events, practiceand independently of any other cause in:CLAIMAWARD1 Quadriplegia or paraplegia $150,0002 Death- Under 18 years of age $10,000- If under 18 years of age with full time employment $75,000- All other Insured Persons $75,0003 Third degree burns and/or resultant disfigurement which covers more than 40% of the entire external body $50,0004 Permanent Total Disablement $50,0005 Permanent and Incurable Insanity $50,0006 Permanent Total Loss of Sight of Both Eyes $50,0007 Permanent and Incurable Paralysis of all Limbs $50,0008 Permanent Total Loss of Sight of One Eye $50,0009 Loss of or the Permanent Total Loss of use of one limb $50,00010 Loss of or the Permanent Total Loss of use of two limbs $50,00011 Permanent Total Loss of Hearing in:a) Both Ears $37,500b) One Ear $7,50012 Permanent Total Loss of the Lens of One Eye $25,00013 Loss of or the Permanent Total Loss of use of 4 fingers and thumb of either hand $35,00014 Loss of or the Permanent Total Loss of use of 4 fingers of either hand $20,00015 Loss of or the Permanent Total Loss of use of 4 fingers of either hand:a) Both Joints $15,000b) One Joint $7,50016 Loss of or the Permanent Total Loss of use of fingers of either hand:a) Three Joints $5,000b) Two Joints $3,750c) One Joint $2,50017 Loss of or the Permanent Total Loss of use of toes and disablement of foot:a) All-one Foot $7,500b) Great-both Joints $2,500c) Great-one Joint $1,500d) Other than great toe, each toe $50018 Fractured leg or patella with established non-union $5,00019 Shortening of leg by at least 5cm $3,70020 Permanent Disability not otherwise provided for under Insured Events 3 to 19 inclusive. Such percentage of theSum Insured as the insurer shall in its absolute discretion determine and being in its opinion not inconsistent withthe benefits provided under Insured Events 3 to 19 inclusive.21 Funeral expenses $2,00022 Non-Medicare medical expenses $5,000

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT10 PERSONAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE23 Emergency transport costs for Officials, Marshalls and Volunteers $10,00024 Out of pocket expenses for Officials and volunteers (as defined by the policy) $1,000WEEKLY BENEFITS25. Weekly Accident Benefits for Marshals and officials who are Income Earners $50026. Home Help Weekly Benefit $25027 Student Tutorial Weekly Benefit $250PARENTS’ INCONVENIENCE ALLOWANCE28 Parents’ Inconvenience Allowance – per day $50Up to a maximum of $1,50010.3 WEEKLY BENEFITSa maximum of $1,500 for reimbursement10.3.1 Weekly Benefits Excess - 30 days.of expenses incurred for travelling, child10.3.2 Weekly Benefit Period - One Hundred and 4(104) weeks maximum.minding or other out-of-pocket expensesincurred whilst an insured child is hospitalised10.4 DEFINITIONSarising from an insured event.10.4.1 Home Help Weekly Benefit10.4.4 Total Disablement10.4.1.1 The insurer will pay for the cost of hiring helpand/or child minding services reasonablyand necessarily incurred by an InsuredPerson as a result of injury from an insuredevent causing temporary total disablement.Provided that:a) Such child minding services andnursing help are carried out by personsother than members of the Insured10.4.4.1 Total disablement means disablement whichentirely prevents an Insured Person fromattending to business or occupation of anyand every kind other than motorcycling, orif the Insured Person has no business oroccupation other than motorcycling, fromengaging in an occupation for which theInsured Person is reasonably qualified byeducation, training or experience.Person’s family or other relatives or 10.4.5 Non Medicare Medical Expensespersons permanently living with theInsured Person.b) Such child minding services and helpare certified by a legally qualifiedmedical practitioner as being necessaryfor the recovery of the Insured Person. Reasonable medical expenses necessarilyincurred by an Insured Person as a result ofinjury(s) that are:a) not subject to any full or partialMedicare rebate or benefit,b) incurred within twelve calendar monthsc) Payments will commence from the 14thday of treatment by a legally qualifiedof the Insured Person sustaining theinjury;medical practitioner.c) for treatment certified necessary by10.4.2 Student Tutorial Weekly Benefita qualified medical practitioner (other10.4.2.1 In respect of unmarried dependant children,the insurer will pay the cost of hiring homethan the Insured Person) and shallinclude:tutoring services reasonably and necessarilyincurred by an Insured Person as a resultof injury from an insured event causingtemporary total disablement.i) Expenses incurred for treatmentby a physiotherapist, chiropractor,osteopath, specialist surgeon or anysimilar provider of medical services;Provided that:a) The Insured Person is registered as afull-time student.b) Such home tutoring services arecarried out by persons other thanmembers of the Insured Person’sfamily or other relatives or persons whoare full-time students.ii) Cost of medical supplies nototherwise insured;iii) Dental treatment, provided suchtreatment is necessary as a result ofthe injury, and is to otherwise soundand natural teeth, excluding first teethand dentures.Private health service costs e.g. hospital/surgeryc) Payments will commence from the 14thday of treatment by a legally qualifiedmedical practitioner.are not covered under the Motorcycling AustraliaPersonal Accident Insurance policy. Unless you haveprivate health Insurance, do not commit to private10.4.3 Parents’ Inconvenience Allowance hospital/medical service costs. Any questions can be10.4.3.1 The insurer will pay up to $15 per day to referred to Proclaim (02) 9287 131777

11 ANTI-DOPING POLICYenjoy the ride7811 ANTI-DOPING POLICYThis has been updated effective 1st January 2009 and should be reviewed before applying any of the policy.ANTI- DOPING BACKGROUNDUnder a referral dated 1st June 2006, MAreferred the following anti-doping functions,powers and responsibilities (“anti-dopingfunctions”) to the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA):• Investigating possible anti-dopingrule violations within the sport ofMotorcycling;• Issuing infraction notices or othermatters under the determinedresults management process;• Convening hearings before theCourt of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).There is no other hearing body foranti-doping matters in Motorcycling;• Presenting allegations of anti-dopingrule violations and all relevant,incidental matters in hearings beforeCAS; and• Notifying the results of investigationsand hearings and all relevant,incidental matters to relevantbodies including MA and the FIM.Any notification will be subject tothe Australian Sports Anti-DopingAuthority Act 2006 (ASADA Act) andprivacy legislation.11.1 ANTI-DOPING POLICYRESPONSIBILITIES11.1.0.1 MA and ASADA acknowledge and agreethat under the ASADA Act, ASADA has thefunction of supporting and encouragingthe development and implementation ofcomprehensive programs and educationinitiatives about sports drug and safetymatters. MA will assist ASADA with suchmatters and will provide education andinformation regarding anti-doping rulesand matters to persons within the sportof Motorcycling within the frameworkestablished by ASADA. ASADA will perform and conduct the antidopingfunctions in accordance with thisreferral and the ASADA Act. ASADA willuse its best endeavours to ensure the FIManti-doping code is recognised. MA refers the above anti-doping functionsto ASADA on the basis that:a) ASADA will, as soon as practicable,subject to the ASADA Act andprivacy legislation, provide to MA(and if necessary FIM) copies ofrelevant documents including but notonly test results, infraction noticesand hearing documents;b) MA retains the right to appear in antidopinghearings before CAS as aninterested party. MA will determinewhether it wishes to exercise thisright upon notification of a hearingby ASADA. If MA wishes to appearat any anti-doping hearing beforeCAS it will pay its own costs of suchappearance;c) All costs of any investigation andhearing (including but not only CASapplication costs and any legal costsassociated with any investigationand/or hearing) undertaken byASADA will be paid by ASADA; MA will immediately advise ASADA ofany alleged anti-doping rule violation inmotorcycling and will provide assistanceto ASADA in any investigation that ASADAmight reasonably request; and11.1.0.5 ASADA will, subject to the ASADA Act andprivacy legislation, provide such reportsto MA on ASADA’s conduct of the aboveanti-doping functions as may be agreedbetween ASADA and MA. MA will recognise and enforce anysanction determined by CAS in respect ofan anti-doping rule violation in the sport ofmotorcycling and in any other sport. MA will use its best endeavours to ensureits members, athletes and athlete supportpersonnnel are aware of this referral ofthe anti-doping functions to ASADA andassist and co-operate with ASADA in theconduct of the anti-doping functions. MAotherwise recognises ASADA’s powersand functions under the ASADA Act. MA has amended its anti-dopingpolicy (ADP) to reflect the roles andresponsibilities under the referral. TheADP adopts and reflects the World Anti-Doping Code (Code) which is annexed toand forms part of this ADP.

11 ANTI-DOPING POLICY11.10.0.9 Where an athlete or athlete supportpersonnel is bound by the FIM’s AntiDoping Code as well as this ADP, thatperson shall be bound to, and haveobligations in respect of, both policies.11.2 ANTI-DOPING DEFINITIONS11.2.0.1 Athlete means:(a) any Person who participates in sportat the international level (as definedby each International Federation),the national level (as defined by eachNational Anti-Doping Organisation,including but not limited to thosePersons in its Registered TestingPool), and any other competitor insport who is otherwise subject to thejurisdiction of any Signatory or othersports organisation accepting theCode. All provisions of the Code,including, for example, Testing andTUEs, must be applied to internationaland national-level competitors. For thepurposes of this ADP, ‘Athlete’ includesany participant in sporting activity whois a Member of MA, or a Memberorganisation of MA, and meets thedefinition of Athlete under the Codeand/or the NAD Scheme as in forcefrom time to time; and(b) Any Person who:(i) Is registered with MA or 1 of itsMembers; or(ii) Participates, or has in theprevious 8 years participated, inany sporting activity conducted,authorised, recognised orcontrolled, either directly orindirectly, by MA or a bodyaffiliated with MA; or(iii) Has otherwise agreed to bebound by this ADP. Code means the World Anti-Doping Codeadopted by WADA on 17 November2007 at Madrid: or if the Code has beenamended, the Code as so amended. Federation Internationale de Motorcylisme(FIM) is the international federationrecognised by the International OlympicCommittee or the General Assembly ofInternational Sports Federations as theentity responsible for governing motorcyclinginternationally. IF means an international federationrecognised by the International OlympicCommittee or the General Assembly ofInternational Sports Federations as theentity responsible for governing that sportinternationally. Member means a Person who, or a bodywhich, is a member of MA; a Person who,or a body which, is affiliated with MA; or aPerson who is a member of a body whichis a member of or affiliated with MA. Motorcycling Australia (MA) means thenational entity which is a member of or isrecognised by FIM as the entity governingmotorcycling in Australia. National Anti-Doping (NAD) Schememeans the National Anti-Doping Schemeas defined under the ASADA Act. Prohibited List means the List identifyingthe Prohibited Substances and ProhibitedMethods which is published and revisedby WADA as described in Article 4.1 of theCode as updated from time to time. Specified Substance has the meaningassigned to it in Article 4.2.2 of the Code. Sporting Administration Body has thesame meaning as in the ASADA Act2006.11.3 MA’S POSITION ON DOPING11.3.0.1 MA condemns doping as fundamentallycontrary to the spirit of sport. Thepurpose of this ADP is to protect Athletes’fundamental right to participate in dopingfreesport and to ensure harmonised,coordinated and effective anti-dopingprograms at the international and nationallevel with regard to detection, deterrenceand prevention of doping.11.4 ANTI-DOPING POLICY APPLICATION11.4.0.1 This ADP applies to Athletes and AthleteSupport Personnel as defined underthe Code. It also applies to Members,employees and contractors of MA and anyother Person who has agreed to be boundby it.11.5 ANTI-DOPING POLICY OBLIGATIONS11.5.0.1 The persons identified in GCR bound by this ADP as a condition oftheir membership, participation and/orinvolvement in motorcycling. Athletes79

11 ANTI-DOPING POLICYenjoy the ride80and/or Athlete Support Personnel mustcomply with this ADP and the anti-dopingrules as prescribed in the NAD schemeunder the ASADA Act. In particular: Athletes must:a) know and comply with all anti-dopingpolicies and rules applicable tothem. These include, but may notbe limited to this ADP, the FIM antidopingcode and the NAD Scheme;;b) be aware of whether they are inFIM’s and/or ASADA’s RegisteredTesting Pools and comply withthe requirements of any suchmembership;c) read and understand the ProhibitedList as it relates to them;d) be available for Sample collectionand provide accurate and up-to-datewhereabouts information for thispurpose when identified for inclusionin a Registered Testing Pool;e) take full responsibility, in the contextof anti-doping, for what they ingest,Use and Possess;f) inform medical personnel of theirobligations not to Use or PossessProhibited Substances andProhibited Methods and to takeresponsibility to make sure that anymedical treatment received does notviolate anti-doping policies and rulesapplicable to them;g) immediately refer information aboutpossible anti-doping rule violations toASADA;h) assist, cooperate and liaise withASADA and other Anti-DopingOrganisations in relation to theconduct of any investigation orhearing into an alleged anti-dopingrule violation,i) act in a discreet and confidentialmanner in discharging theirobligations under this ADP,j) be available for Sample collectionand provide accurate and up-todatewhereabouts information on aregular basis, even if not a regularMember of MA, if required by theconditions of eligibility establishedby any applicable Anti-DopingOrganisation;k) attend anti-doping education asdirected by MA and/or as appropriate.Failure to attend an anti dopingeducation session shall be noexcuse for an alleged anti-dopingrule violation, nor shall it mitigateculpability of the Athlete in determiningsanction; and,l) accept that ignorance of this ADP, theCode or the Prohibited List is not anexcuse from an alleged anti-dopingrule violation, and shall not mitigateculpability in sanction. Athlete Support Personnel must:a) Know and comply with all anti-dopingpolicies and rules applicable to themor the Athletes whom they support.These include, but may not be limitedto this ADP; the FIM Anti-DopingPolicy and the NAD Scheme;b) Support and assist Anti-DopingOrganisations, including ASADA toconduct Doping Control;c) Use their influence on Athletes’values and behaviour to foster antidopingattitudes;d) Immediately refer information aboutpossible Anti-Doping Rule Violationsto ASADA;e) Assist, cooperate and liaise withASADA and other Anti-DopingOrganisations in relation to theconduct of any investigation orhearing into an alleged Anti-DopingRule Violation; andf) Act in a discreet and confidentialmanner in discharging theirobligations under this ADP.11.6 DEFINITION OF DOPING11.6.0.1 Doping is defined as the occurrence of 1or more of the Anti-Doping Rule Violationsset out in Article 2 of the Code (see- www.wada-ama.org).11.7 PROOF OF DOPING11.7.0.1 Article 3 of the Code applies (www.wadaama.org).11.8 ANTI-DOPING RULE VIOLATIONS11.8.0.1 Article 2 of the Code applies (www.wadaama.org).

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT11 ANTI-DOPING POLICY11.9 ANTI-DOPING PROHIBITED LIST11.9.0.1 This ADP incorporates the WADAProhibited List and otherwise appliesArticle 4 of the Code (www.wada-ama.org).11.10 THERAPEUTIC USE11.10.0.1 Athletes with a documented medicalcondition requiring the Use of a ProhibitedSubstance or a Prohibited Method mustfirst obtain a Therapeutic Use Exemption(TUE) in accordance with the Code, theInternational Standard for TUEs and thisADP. Athletes who have been identified asincluded in FIM’s Registered Testing Poolmay only obtain TUEs in accordance withthe rules of FIM. Athletes who are not in FIM’s RegisteredTesting Pool but are in ASADA’s RegisteredTesting Pool or Domestic Testing Pool withdocumented medical conditions requiring theUse of a Prohibited Substance or a ProhibitedMethod must request a TUE from ASDMAC. Athletes who are not in FIM’s or ASADA’sRegistered Testing Pool, Domestic TestingPool or have not otherwise been notifiedby ASADA, in accordance with the NADScheme, that they require TUEs prior to Useof a Prohibited Substance or a ProhibitedMethod, may submit applications to ASDMACfor approval of a TUE in accordance with theprocedures of ASDMAC. Athletes should submit applications for TUEsno less than 21 days before they require theapproval (eg prior to a National Event), exceptfor retroactive TUEs under GCR An application for a TUE will not beconsidered for retroactive approval except incases where:a) emergency treatment or treatment of anacute medical condition was necessary; orb) due to exceptional circumstances, therewas insufficient time or opportunity for anAthlete to submit, or a TUE committee toconsider, an application prior to DopingControl; orc) ASDMAC procedures, in accordance withthe Code and the International Standard forTUEs, provide for retroactive approval. An Athlete may not apply to more than onebody for a TUE at the same time. Applicationsmust be in accordance with the InternationalStandard for TUEs and the procedures of FIMor ASDMAC as appropriate. The granting of a TUE by ASDMAC for anAthlete in ASADA’s Registered Testing Poolshall be promptly reported to WADA. WADA, on its own initiative, may review at anytime the granting of a TUE to any InternationalLevel Athlete in FIM’s Registered TestingPool or national-level Athlete who is includedin ASADA’s Registered Testing Pool. Further,upon the request of any such Athlete whohas been denied a TUE, WADA may reviewsuch denial. If WADA determines that suchgranting or denial of a TUE did not complywith the International Standard for TUEs,WADA may reverse the decision. An Athlete who is denied a TUE by ASDMACmust seek review by WADA of the decisionbefore any appeal may be commencedunder Article 13.4 of the Code. If, contrary tothe requirements of the Code, FIM does nothave a process in place where Athletes mayrequest TUEs, an International-Level Athletemay request WADA to review the applicationas if it had been denied.11.11 ANTI-DOPING TESTING11.11.0.1 All Athletes subject to Doping Control agreeto submit to In-Competition Testing and Outof-CompetitionTesting (at any time or place,with or without advance notice) by an Anti-Doping Organisation. ASADA may test anyathlete, any time, anywhere. All Testing shall be conducted inconformity with the WADA InternationalStandard for Testing in force at the time ofTesting. Athletes must comply with their obligationsunder the ASADA Act (including but notonly the NAD Scheme), the FIM antidopingcode, this ADP and under theCode and any International Standardsin respect to providing accuratewhereabouts information to ASADA and/or FIM. Whereabouts information maybe released in accordance with the NADScheme.11.12 RETIREMENT AND RETURN TOCOMPETITION11.12.1 International Athletes11.12.1.1 An Athlete who has been identified by FIMfor inclusion in its Registered Testing Poolshall be subject to FIM’s retirement andreturn to Competition requirements, to theexclusion of GCR Athletes wishing to retire should contact MA81

8211 ANTI-DOPING POLICYto determine if they are in FIM’s RegisteredTesting Pool and therefore are requiredto follow FIM’s procedures. MA shallimmediately notify ASADA of the retirementor reinstatement of any Athlete in FIM’sRegistered Testing Pool and provide copiesof the correspondence from FIM confirmingthis retirement/reinstatement.11.12.2 National-Level Athletes11.12.2.1 Athletes in ASADA’s Registered Testing Poolor Domestic Testing Pool shall be subject tothe following requirements:a) An Athlete who wants to retire fromCompetition must do so by notifyingASADA by fully completing andforwarding to ASADA the ASADA“RETIREMENT NOTIFICATIONFORM” (retirement notification) .Retirement notifications that are notfully completed will not be acceptedand will be returned to the Athlete.An Athlete’s retirement date will bethe date ASADA receives the fullycompleted retirement notification.b) Upon receipt of a notification underArticle 11.3(a), ASADA will, as soonas reasonably practicable, providethe Athlete and MA with writtenconfirmation of the Athlete’s retirement.c) Retirement does not::i) Excuse the Athlete from giving aSample requested on or beforetheir retirement date;i) Excuse the Athlete from assisting,cooperating and liaising withASADA and other Anti-DopingOrganisations in relation to theconduct of any investigation orhearing into an alleged anti-dopingrule violation;iii) Prevent the analysis of a Samplegiven by the Athlete on or beforetheir retirement date;iv) Affect the results of Testing under (i)or (ii) above; orv) Exempt the Athlete from this ADPin relation to an Anti-Doing RuleViolation committed on or beforetheir retirement date.(vi) Affect ASADA’s power to conductresults management. An Athlete who has retired in accordancewith GCR 11.12.2, and who wishesenjoy the rideto return to Competition, can only doso by notifying the ASADA Chair byfully completing and forwarding to himor her, the ASADA “REQUEST FORREINSTATEMENT FORM” (reinstatementrequest) . Reinstatement requests that arenot fully completed will not be acceptedand will be returned to the Athlete. TheAthlete’s reinstatement request date willbe the date the ASADA Chair receivesthe fully completed reinstatement request.Reinstatement will be at the discretion ofMA in consultation with ASADA. Upon receipt of notification under GCR11.12.2.2, ASADA will, as soon asreasonably practicable:a) Provide the Athlete with writtenconfirmation of the outcome of theAthlete’s reinstatement request; andb) If the reinstatement request isapproved, provide MA with writtenconfirmation of the Athlete’sreinstatement. If reinstatement is granted then this ADPwill apply to the Athlete from the date oftheir reinstatement request. :a) An Athlete who is reinstated underGCR11.12.2.2 may not compete inCompetitions and Events conductedby or under the auspices of MA orFIM for a period of six months from thedate of reinstatement request.b) Upon receiving an application from anAthlete, MA may grant an Athlete anexemption or conditional exemptionfrom the requirements in Article11.12.2.4 a) if the Athlete can satisfyMA that, in all the circumstances, anexemption or conditional exemptionshould be granted. Such an exemptionor conditional exemption may begranted by MA at its sole discretion andMA is not required to give reasons forits decision: An Athlete must be available forunannounced Out-of-Competition Testingin accordance with this ADP from the dateof their reinstatement request. Beingavailable for Out-of-Competition Testingmeans that an Athlete has providedcurrent and accurate and up-to-datewhereabouts information as requiredunder the reinstatement request and

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT11 ANTI-DOPING POLICYArticle 10.3 and has complied with anyrequest by an Anti-Doping Organisation toprovide a Sample. A decision regarding reinstatement of anAthlete may be appealed to CAS by MA,the Athlete or ASADA.11.13 NEW MEMBERS11.13.0.1 Any new Member of MA who is an Athletesubject to Doping Control in accordancewith the NAD Scheme (including any Athletein ASADA’s Registered Testing Pool) mustalso be available for unannounced Out-of-Competition Testing in accordance with thisADP for a period of 6 months from the date oftheir membership request prior to competingin national or international Competitions andEvents.11.14 ANTI-DOPING SAMPLE ANALYSIS11.14.0.1 Samples collected under this ADPmust be analysed by WADA-accreditedlaboratories or as otherwise approvedby WADA. Laboratories shall analyseSamples and report results in accordancewith the relevant International Standards.11.15 ANTI-DOPING INVESTIGATIONS11.15.0.1 ASADA may conduct an investigation todetermine whether an anti-doping ruleviolation may have occurred under thisADP. ASADA will conduct investigationsin accordance with the Code, the ASADAAct and the NAD scheme as publishedfrom time to time. MA may, with the prioragreement of ASADA, conduct its owninvestigation to determine whether an antidopingrule violation may have occurredunder this ADP, provided that MA doesso in coordination with any investigationbeing undertaken by ASADA. All persons bound by this ADP and MAmust assist, co-operate and liaise withASADA in relation to any investigation intoan alleged anti-doping rule violation.11.16 ANTI-DOPING RESULT MANAGEMENT11.16.0.1 Results shall be managed in accordancewith Article 7 of the Code (www.wadaama.org),the ASADA Act 2006 and theNAD Scheme. ASADA will conduct any follow upinvestigation in accordance with the Code,the ASADA Act and the NAD Scheme. ASADA shall be responsible fornotification of an alleged Anti-Doping RuleViolation and all matters incidental theretoin accordance with the ASADA Act andthe NAD Scheme. ASADA will issue an infraction notice.ASADA will advise MA and any otherrelevant parties that ASADA is issuingan infraction notice prior to issuing theinfraction notice. The infraction notice shall:a) Notify the Person of the anti-dopingrule/s which appear/s to havebeen violated and the basis for theviolation;b) Enclose a copy of this ADP and theCode or the web site addresseswhere these documents may befound;c) State that ASADA will refer thematter to a hearing within 14 days(unless the Person gives a writtenwaiver under GCR; andd) State that if the Person does notrespond within 14 days (or otherperiod in accordance with the Code,the NAD Scheme and the ASADAAct) a hearing can be held inabsentia or sanction can be appliedin accordance with GCR Any relevant party will only disclose or useinformation about a Person who is allegedto have, or has committed an Anti-DopingRule Violation as permitted under theASADA Act 2006 and the NAD Scheme. ASADA will refer the matter to hearing inaccordance with GCR 11.16. ASADA maydecide not to refer the matter to hearing ifthe Person in writing:a) Acknowledges they have admittedthe Anti-Doping Rule Violation; andb) Waives the right to a hearing inrelation to:(i) Whether they have committed anAnti-Doping Rule Violation; and(ii) What sanction will apply. If the Person does not respond within14 days or other period in accordancewith the Code, the NAD Scheme andthe ASADA Act) a hearing can be heldin absentia or sanction can be applied inaccordance with GCR 11.17.83

11 ANTI-DOPING POLICYenjoy the ride8411.16.0.9 If an Athlete or other Person retires while aresults management process is underway,ASADA retains jurisdiction to complete itsresults management process. If an Athleteor other Person retires before any resultsmanagement process has begun, so long asASADA would have had results managementjurisdiction over the Athlete or other Person atthe time the Athlete or other Person committedan anti-doping rule violation, ASADA will havejurisdiction to conduct results management. MA must, after consultation with ASADA,impose a Provisional Suspension on anyPerson whose Sample is the subject of anAdverse Analytical Finding of a SpecifiedSubstance other than a SpecifiedSubstance. MA may, after consultation with ASADA,impose a Provisional Suspension on anyPerson whose Sample is the subject of anAdverse Analytical Finding of a SpecifiedSubstance or who is issued with an infractionnotice or who is subject to an investigation. MA may, after consultation with ASADA,impose the following ProvisionalSuspension. MA may suspend:a) financial or other assistance to thePerson;(b) the Person from Competition inEvents and Competitions conductedby or under the auspices of MA; andc) the Person’s licence or participationpermit (if relevant). MA may, after consultation with ASADA,apply the Provisional Suspension:a) from the date of the infraction notice;b) following the 14 day submissionperiod; orc) as deemed appropriate by the MA orFIM;until the determination of the hearing or adetermination by ASADA not to refer thematter to hearing. If a Provisional Suspension is imposed,the hearing under GCR 11.16 shall beadvanced to a date that avoids substantialprejudice to the Athlete. ASADA will convene any Provisional Hearingand will present the case at any ProvisionalHearing unless otherwise agreed. As a general rule, the ProvisionalSuspension of a Person will not be publiclydisclosed. A Provisional Suspension mayhowever be publicly disclosed so longas such disclosure will not be unfairlyprejudicial to the interests of the Person.ASADA must be consulted prior to anysuch disclosure.11.17 ANTI-DOPING HEARINGS11.17.0.1 Article 8 of the Code applies. ASADA will wait 14 days (or a shorterperiod agreed between ASADA inaccordance with the Code, the NADScheme and the ASADA Act or a periodless than 14 days as agreed betweenASADA and the Person) after sendingan Infraction Notice above and then willconvene CAS to conduct the hearing.ASADA will prosecute the alleged Anti-Doping Rule Violation. CAS will determine:a) if the Person has committed aviolation of this ADP;b) if so, what sanction will apply;c) how long the sanction will apply; andd) any other issues properly broughtbefore it for determination. CAS will give to the athlete, ASADA andMA a written statement of:a) the findings of the hearing;b) what sanction (if any) will apply;c) for how long the sanction (if any) willapply; andd) any other issues determined by it. Sanctions will be applied under GCR11. ASADA will report the outcome of all Anti-Doping Rule Violations in accordancewith the Code, the ASADA Act and theNAD Scheme. Hearings under this Article shall becompleted expeditiously as reasonablypracticable. Australian Sports Commission (ASC),MA, FIM and WADA and any otherrelevant body (for example, AustralianOympic Committee (AOC), AustralianParalympic Committee (APC) orAustralian Commonwealth GamesAssociation (ACGA)) shall have the rightto attend hearings as an observer oraffected party.

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT11 ANTI-DOPING POLICY11.17.0.9 Decisions by CAS under this Article maybe appealed as provided in GCR Decisions by CAS under this Article shallnot be subject to further administrativereview at the national level except asrequired by applicable national law. If, during a hearing, a party to the hearingprocess implicates a third party to an Anti-Doping Rule Violation, ASADA may useany information that arises as a result ofthe CAS process without having to firstseek the permission of the parties. Thisclause expressly ousts Rule 43 of theCAS Code of Sports-related Arbitration.11.18 ANTI-DOPING SANCTIONS11.18.0.1 Articles 9 and 10 of the Code apply. CAS or another relevant body mayrequire the Athlete or other Person torepay all funding and grants received bythe Athlete from that body subsequent tothe occurrence of the Anti-Doping RuleViolation. However, no financial sanctionmay be considered a basis for reducingthe period of Ineligibility or other sanctionwhich would otherwise be applicable underthis ADP. Repayment of funding and grantsmay be made a condition of reinstatement. CAS may also determine, in addition toapplying the sanctions under the Code,that a Person who has committed an Anti-Doping Rule Violation, is required to go tocounselling for a specified period. Where CAS determines that an employeeor contractor of MA has committed anAnti-Doping Rule Violation, MA will takedisciplinary action against the employeeor contractor. Once the period of a Person’s Ineligibilityhas expired and the Person has fulfilledthe conditions for reinstatement, thenprovided that the Person has paidall forfeiture penalties in full and hassatisfied in full any award of costs madeagainst the Person by CAS and anyother requirements determined by CAS,the Person will become automaticallyre-eligible and no application forreinstatement will be necessary. If,however, further forfeited amountsbecome due after the Person’s period ofIneligibility has expired then any failureby the Person to pay all outstandingamounts on or before their respectivedue dates shall entitle MA to deny thePerson’s access to further Competitionsand Events or any other MA activity untilthe amounts due are paid in full unlessotherwise agreed by both parties.11.19 DOPING-CONSEQUENCES TO TEAMS11.19.0.1 Article 11 of the Code applies11.20 ANTI-DOPING APPEALS11.20.0.1 Decisions made under GCR 11.16 ofthis ADP may be appealed to the CASAppeals Division in accordance with thisADP, Article 13 of the Code and the CASCode of Sports Related Arbitration. Suchdecisions shall remain in effect whileunder appeal unless the appellate bodyorders otherwise. Before an appeal iscommenced, any post-decision reviewauthorised in the NAD Scheme or GCR11.16.0.9 must be exhausted. Thefollowing persons shall have the right toappeal::a) the athlete or other Person who isthe subject of the decision beingappealed;b) the other party to the case in whichthe decision was rendered;c) ASADA;d) any other affected parties includingMA;e) FIM and any other Anti-DopingOrganisation under whose rules asanction could have been imposed;f) the International Olympic Committeeor International ParalympicCommittee, as applicable, wherethe decision may have an effectin relation to the Olympic Gamesor Paralympic Games, includingdecisions affecting eligibility forthe Olympic Games or ParalympicGames; andg) WADA. The outcome of all appeals must bereported to all parties, ASC, MA, FIM andWADA within 14 days of the conclusionof the appeal. ASADA may inform otherPersons or organisations as it considersappropriate. The time to file an appeal to CAS shall bewithin 21 days of the release of the writtendecision of the initial hearing.85

11 ANTI-DOPING POLICYenjoy the ride8611.21 ANTI-DOPING VIOLATIONSOUTSIDE OF ADP11.21.1 Management of alleged anti-doping ruleviolations not covered by an anti-dopingpolicy11.21.1.1 In the case of a Person who hascommitted an Anti-Doping Rule Violationor has committed conduct which wouldhave amounted to an Anti-Doping RuleViolation if the Person was bound by aCode compliant anti-doping policy and thePerson has not been sanctioned by theCAS or any other hearing body becausethe Person was not bound by a Codecompliant anti-doping policy, MA will:a) prevent that Person from competingin MA Competitions, Events andactivities if the Person is an Athlete;b) prevent that Person (so far asreasonably possible) from havingany involvement in MA Competitions,Events and activities;c) not employ, engage or register thatPerson;unless and until that Person agrees to beretrospectively bound by this Anti-DopingPolicy from the occurrence of the Anti-Doping Rule Violation.11.22 ANTI-DOPING CONFIDENTIALITYAND REPORTING11.22.0.1 The identity of any Athlete or other Personwho is asserted to have committed an antidopingrule violation may only be PubliclyDisclosed by ASADA, or MA after consultationwith ASADA, in accordance with the Code,the ASADA Act, the NAD Scheme and theterms of the Confidentiality Undertakingsigned between ASADA and MA. ASADA or MA, or any official of either, willnot publicly comment on the specific factsof a pending case (as opposed to generaldescription of process and science) exceptin response to public comments attributedto the Athlete, other Person or theirrepresentatives. No later than 20 days after it has beendetermined in a hearing in accordance withArticle 16 that an anti-doping rule violationhas occurred and the time to appeal suchdecision has expired, or such hearing hasbeen waived and the time to appeal thedecision has expired, or the assertion ofan anti-doping rule violation has not beenchallenged in a timely fashion, ASADA mustPublicly Disclose at least: the disposition ofthe anti-doping matter including the sport,the anti-doping rule violated, the name ofthe Athlete or other Person committingthe violation, the Prohibited Substanceor Prohibited Method involved and theConsequences imposed. ASADA mustalso Publicly Disclose within 20 days appealdecisions concerning anti-doping ruleviolations. ASADA will also, within the timeperiod for publication, send all hearing andappeal decisions to WADA. MA may alsoelect to make a public statement in relationto the matter, following consultation withASADA. In any case where it is determined, after ahearing or appeal, that the Athlete or otherPerson did not commit an anti-doping ruleviolation, the decision may be PubliclyDisclosed only with the consent of the Athleteor other Person who is the subject of thedecision. ASADA will use reasonable effortsto obtain such consent, and if consent isobtained, will Publicly Disclose the decisionin its entirety or in such redacted form as theAthlete or other Person may approve. Any decision of an Anti-Doping Organisationregarding a violation of this ADP shall berecognised by all Sporting AdministrationBodies, which shall take all necessary actionto render such results effective. Subject to the right to appeal provided inGCR 11.19, the Testing, TUE and hearingresults or other final adjudications of anyorganisation recognised by ASADA or anySporting Administration Body which areconsistent with the Code and are within theorganisation’s authority, shall be recognisedand respected by MA. MA may recognisethe same actions of other bodies which havenot accepted the Code if the rules of thosebodies are otherwise consistent with theCode, the NAD Scheme and/or ASADA’sposition.11.23 INTERPRETATION OF THE CODE11.23.0.1 Article 24 of the Code (www.wada-ama.org)applies.11.24 ANTI-DOPING MISCELLANEOUS11.24.0.1 Statute of Limitations – Article 17 of theCode (www.wada-ama.org) applies.

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT11 ANTI-DOPING POLICY11.24.0.2 Doping Control for animals competingin Sport – Article 16 of the Code (www.wada-ama.org) applies (if relevant). Words not defined in this ADP have themeaning ascribed to them in the Codeunless a contrary meaning appears fromthe context. This ADP may be amended by MA subjectto prior consultation with ASADA andongoing compliance with the Code andASADA Act. Where this ADP adopts and applies anarticle of the Code that article and theterms in it shall be considered and appliedin the context of this ADP11.25 ALCOHOL BREATH TESTING11.25.1 Testing Procedure11.25.1.1 This procedure applies to competitors andofficials.11.25.1..2 Testing of competitors and officials todetermine the presence of alcohol in theirbody, by analysis of their expired air, isappropriate and necessary for the safetyof competitors, officials and the public. In order to test fairly, an initial test willbe undertaken. Should this test returna positive reading, a second test willbe undertaken a short time later undercontrolled conditions to confirm thatpositive result.11.25.1..4 Any competitors or officials detected witha blood alcohol content above 0.1g/litrewill be excluded from further participationin the day’s competition (under GCR4.3.9.1) and subject to sanctions underChapter 11 and other provisions of theAnti-Doping Policy.11.25.2 Notification to Competitors or Officials11.25.2.1 Competitors or officials must be informedby written notice or in SR at least 24hours prior to any testing being conductedduring the event. They do not need tobe informed of the actual times whenthe tests will be conducted. Evidence ofsuch notice being given must be lodgedwith the Stewards prior to any tests beingperformed.11.25.3 Requirements of Competitors orOfficials11.25.3.1 Competitors and officials being tested willbe asked not to consume any substancesby mouth for a period of 5 minutes prior toany breath analysis test being carried out. Should an initial test indicate the presenceof alcohol, a participant will be isolatedfor approximately 20 minutes, in thecompany of a witness. Another test willbe undertaken no less than 15 minutesafter the initial test. No substances maybe consumed by the competitor or officialby mouth during this period. Should a competitor or official refuseto submit to an alcohol breath test, orfails to follow the proper and reasonableinstructions of the testing official, thecompetitor or official will be consideredto have returned a positive result. Inthese circumstances, no further testing isrequired and the competitor or official willbe excluded from further participation inthe day’s competition.11.25.4 Requirements for Testing11.25.4.1 All tests must be conducted using anappropriate instrument which has beencertified as being calibrated in accordancewith the requirements of the manufactureror their agent, within the previous 6months. The result of all tests performed must berecorded, together with the names of thecompetitor or official and the witness, thetime and date of the test and the result ofthe test eg, OK if 0, or actual reading if > Procedure for Testing11.25.5.1 Testing should normally be carried out inthe morning, prior to any competition, butmay be undertaken at any time during theevent. Testing will be carried out by an officialauthorised by MA for the purpose (referto GCR and that official musthave been trained and accredited by themanufacturer of the testing equipment ortheir agent. Such officials may includedoctors and police. Any competitor or official, whose bloodalcohol level is above 0.1g/litre, asidentified by the instrument, will be giventhe opportunity to undertake a further test,which will be undertaken no sooner that15 minutes and no later than 20 minutesafter the initial (positive) test. In all cases,the participant shall be accompanied by awitness appointed by the Testing Officialfor the entire period between the 2 tests.87

11 ANTI-DOPING POLICYenjoy the ride8811.25.5.4 Should the subsequent test indicate apositive blood alcohol reading (ie above0.1g/litre, as identified by the instrument)the competitor or official will be excludedfrom further participation in the day’sevent and sanctioned under the otherprovisions of the MA Anti-Doping Policy. A positive alcohol result is a breach of theMA Anti-Doping Policy. Should the subsequent (second) test benegative, then no further action will betaken against the competitor or official.The RCB reserves the right however toask the same participant to undertake afurther test during the meeting. In any case, the result of the tests maybe reported to the RCB and/or MA by theofficial undertaking the tests in the generalevent report. Any positive result on theinitial test followed by a negative testshall not be recorded in the competitor orofficial’s history file. The following extract must be read tocompetitors or officials prior to undertakingtesting:“You are about to have your expired airtested to ensure compliance with theMA’s Anti-Doping Policy in relation tothe presence of alcohol in your body.Should the test be positive, a further testwill be undertaken shortly to confirm thetest. Please follow the instructions of thetesting official.” In the event of a positive result in the initialtest (single positive), the following mustbe read to the competitor or official:“Your expired air has indicated the presenceof alcohol in your body, this is a breach ofthe MA Anti-Doping Policy. Another testwill be performed shortly to confirm theinitial test. You will be requested to beaccompanied by a witness at all timesfor the next 20 minutes. You will not bepermitted to consume any substance bymouth until after the test.”11.25.6 Procedure for Processing a “DoublePositive” Result11.25.6.1 The competitors and officials must beadvised by the testing official of the resultof both tests, that is, the reading noted onthe instrument. The competitors and officials must beadvised that under the MA Anti-DopingPolicy, no further participation in themeeting will be permitted.11.25.7 Procedure following a report of a“Double Positive” Result11.25.7.1 The applicable action having been taken,the procedures for notification of a positiveresult will be followed (see GCR 11.2).11.25.8 Report by Testing Official11.25.8.1 In the case where no positive readingwas achieved on the confirming test,the results shall be included with theStewards’ report of the meeting. In the case where 1 or more positivereadings were achieved on the confirmingtest, the original of the report must behand delivered or sent to the RCB byregistered post the following day, togetherwith all appropriate Stewards Reports.11.26 ALCOHOL BLOOD TESTING11.26.0.1 Any competitor or official detected witha blood alcohol content above 0.1g/litreas a result of a blood test performed byqualified medical practitioners or policewill be subject to sanctions under GCR11.17.11.27 SAFETY POLICY - DRUG ANDALCOHOL TESTINGOVERVIEWMA is committed to ensuring the health and safety of allpeople associated with its operations and to providinga safe environment. MA and its members, includingclubs and promoters, also have a legal duty to takereasonable care of participants in Events.Motorcycle sport is inherently dangerous. MArecognises that the use of drugs and alcohol canadversely affect an individual’s performance and can bea contributing factor towards making the sport unsafe,increasing the likelihood that injuries and damage toproperty and equipment will or could occur.This Policy is designed to ensure that MA complies withits legal obligations and reinforces its commitment tothe safety of all participants.For the avoidance of doubt, this Policy does not replaceor in any way affect the anti-doping testing that may becarried out by ASADA or by MA under the Anti-DopingPolicy.

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT11 ANTI-DOPING POLICY11.27.0.1 ScopeThis Policy applies to:a) all people who are required to be licensedunder the Manual (for the avoidance ofdoubt, this includes all riders, officials(whether paid or volunteers), coaches andmechanics);b) all people who enter the “pit” or “paddock”area at an event; andc) anyone else who MA or any SCB requires tocomply with it from time to time, for example asa condition of entry to an event. PurposeThe purposes of this Policy are as follows.a) To create a safe and healthy environment forall participants in Events that is free from thehazards that may be associated with the useof drugs and alcohol.b) To ensure that MA complies with its legalobligations to provide a safe environment forparticipants.c) To communicate this policy on the use ofdrugs and alcohol during Events, and thedrug and alcohol testing regime.d) To communicate that it is unacceptable to beunder the influence of drugs or alcohol duringEvents. DefinitionsFor the purposes of this Policy, the following terms shallhave the following meanings.Anti-Doping Policy means MA’s “Anti-Doping Policy” asamended from time to time.ASADA means the Australian Sports Anti-DopingAuthority.Event means a motorcycling event sanctioned by MAdirectly, or indirectly through a SCB. This may include,but is not limited to, a race, training or testing andexhibitions.Event Organiser means MA, a SCB, MA member club,promoter or any other entity having control of an Event.Location means any venue where an Event is takingplace.MA means Motorcycling Australia Limited.Manual means the “Manual of Motorcycle Sport”produced by MA, as amended from time to time. Thismeans and includes any policies, rules or documentswhich MA determines amend or supplement the“Manual of Motorcycle Sport” from time to time.Policy means this policy (including any schedules orannexures) as adopted and amended by MA from timeto time.Prohibited Substance means any substance which islisted in the “List of Prohibited Illicit Drugs” publishedby the Australian Sports Commission from time to time.Sample means a sample provided in conjunction witha Test.SCB means a “State Controlling Body” for the sportof motorcycling as recognised by MA under itsconstitution.Significant Incident means any incident which occursduring an Event that results in a person requiringmedical treatment, property damage, or any otherincident which, in the opinion of the Event Organiser (orits nominee) requires further investigation. This lattercategory may include dangerous occurrences or nearmisses during a race.Test means any test conducted under this Policyto detect the presence of alcohol or a ProhibitedSubstance. Prohibited ActivitiesThe use of drugs or alcohol can affect an individual’sability to safely participate in Events and can contributeto dangerous incidents. Any person to whom thisPolicy applies must not:a) use, consume, possess, manufacture, sell,purchase or otherwise transfer a ProhibitedSubstance at a Location;b) have a blood alcohol reading of more than0.00 at a Location;c) have any Prohibited Substances in theirsystem at a Location;d) refuse to provide a Sample as part of a Test;ore) give false answers to any questions from anyperson administering a Test. Sanctionsa) Any person who breaches any of theprovisions of clause 5 will be refusedparticipation in the relevant Event at theLocation.b) There will be no sanction on a person under thisPolicy except as set out in sub-clause (a) above.However, for the avoidance of doubt, this doesnot restrict or limit the possibility of sanctions orpenalties under any other rule, regulation, policy,procedure of MA, a SCB, Event Organiser orother controlling body (including, but not limitedto, under the procedures in the Manual or theAnti-Doping Policy).89

11 ANTI-DOPING POLICY11.27.0.6 Prescribed Medicationa) If a person to whom this Policy appliesconsiders there is a possibility that prescribedmedication is affecting their ability toparticipate safely in an Event, that personshall inform the Event Organiser immediately.It is not necessary for the person to disclosethe illness, ailment or the medication whichthey are taking.b) If a participant follows the procedure in subclause(a) above, then:(i) they can participate in an Event if theycan provide a medical clearance fromtheir treating medical practitioner clearlystating the medication will not affect theparticipant’s ability to perform their duties(for a rider, it must state the medicationdoes not affect the ability of the rider tocontrol a motorcycle); or(ii) they can not participate in the Event ifthey can not provide such a medicalclearance. Testinga) At a Location, an Event Organiser mayconduct a Test upon any person to whomthis Policy applies to detect the presenceof alcohol or a Prohibited Substance in thefollowing circumstances:(i) on a voluntary basis if a participantrequests a Test prior to or during theEvent;enjoy the ride(II) randomly as determined by the EventOrganiser;(iii) when the Event Organiser suspects, onreasonable grounds, that the personis under the influence of alcohol or aProhibited Substance.b) An Event Organiser may conduct a Test bytesting the breath, urine or saliva of a person.However, such method of testing must beapproved by MA.c) The result of any Test and any decision madeby the Event Organiser which follows is final.There is no appeal process and a person isnot entitled to undergo a second Test. ConfidentialityThe results of all Tests will be kept confidential to theorganisation conducting the Test, the Event Organiser,any relevant SCB, and MA. Rehabilitation and CounsellingMA recognises drug and alcohol dependency as atreatable condition. Any person who breaches clause5 of this Policy is encouraged to seek advice and totake appropriate treatment before their performance isaffected.11.28 ADP APPENDIX - WORLD ANTI-DOPING CODE PROHIBITED LIST11.28.0.1 For the current list of prohibitedsubstances and methods refer to www.wada-ama.org and www.asada.gov.au90

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT12 ALL DISCIPLINES12 ALL DISCIPLINES12.1 APPLICATION OF CHAPTER12.1.0.1 The Rules set out in this chapter are for alldisciplines. Unless otherwise stated, the requirementsof any discipline-specific chapter overridethe requirements of this chapter. Everything that is not authorised andprescribed in this chapter, or in thediscipline specific chapters, is strictlyprohibited.12.2 ELIGIBILITY - ALL DISCIPLINES12.2.1 General Eligibility12.2.1.1 No person may participate in anycompetition, other than an AustralianChampionship, unless and until thatperson’s clothing and machine have beenexamined and approved by the Scrutineerfor that competition. No person may participate in an AustralianChampionship unless and until:a) That person’s clothing and machinehave been examined and approvedby the Scrutineer for that meeting, orb) If stipulated in SR, the personprovides the Scrutineer with asigned checklist that the clothingand machine have been selfscrutineered. At scrutineering, competitors mustproduce documents or other evidenceas required to verify engine and frameidentity. The onus of proving that a competitor, andthe competitor’s machine and clothing,are eligible to compete, is on the personseeking to prove it. Where any Rule prohibits the modificationof any machine or class of machines, thatmachine or that class will be deemed tohave been modified if any part or partsthereof have been altered from themachine or class as manufactured by themachine manufacturer. In the interpretation of any Rule relating tothe design requirements for any machineor class of machines, reference may bemade to relevant diagrams appearing inthese Rules.12.2.2 Juniors only to compete in JuniorCompetitions12.2.2.1 Subject to GCRs 12.16, 23.2.2 and 25.6,no person who is under the age of 16years may compete in other than a Juniorcompetition unless that competition is:a) Moto-Trials,b) 125cc GP and 250 GP Mono RoadRace,c) Enduro,d) Moto3 classe) Under 19 (15 years to under 19)Australian Motocross Championshipf) 250 Production Road Race.12.2.3 Homologation12.2.3.1 For any competition, MA may require thatany machine, or any part of a machine,including tyres, be homologated. Forhomologation details contact MA.12.2.4 Helmet Cameras12.2.4.1 Helmet cameras may be fitted providingthe mounting to the helmet will allow thecamera to detach if impacted upon andthe attachment method must not impairthe integrity or operation of the helmet.12.3 FEES- ALL DISCIPLINESACTIVITYFEE $ (INC GST)Replacement licence 20.00Protest Lodgement 70.00Appeal to SCB lodgment 500.00Appeal to MA lodgment 1000.00Fuel Homologation fee – 2500.00First yearFuel Homologation fee – 2000.00Subsequent yearsAll other feesApply at MA office12.4 ENGINES – FORMULAE FORCALCULATION OF CAPACITIESAND CLASSES12.4.1 Reciprocating Engines:Cubic capacity = (D 2 x 3.1416 x C x N)4Where: D = Bore in centimetres,C = Stroke in centimetres,N = Number of cylinders.91

12 ALL DISCIPLINESenjoy the ride9212.4.2 Rotary Engines:Cubic capacity = (Z x V)NWhere: V = Capacity of each chambercomprising the engine in cubiccentimetres,N = Number of turns of the motornecessary to complete 1 cycle in achamber, andZ = Combustion cycles per revolution.12.4.3 Wankel System Engines With ATriangular PistonCubic capacity = 2 x V x DWhere: V = capacity of a single chamber,D = the number of rotors. Wankel system engines are classified as4-strokes.12.4.4 Superchargers and Turbochargers12.4.4.1 Superchargers and turbochargers mayonly be used as follows:a) In drag racing or record attempts,b) In Production Class or ImprovedTouring racing when fitted as factoryequipment,c) The nominal cubic capacity of anengine as calculated under 12.4.1,12.4.2 or 12.4.3 that is fitted witha supercharger or a turbochargershall be multiplied by 2 for thepurposes of engine classification,d) For Historic Road Race Period2 machines, when fitted with asupercharger as factory equipment.12.4.5 Engine Capacity Tolerances12.4.5.1 Unless otherwise specified in the followingtable, the actual engine capacity of amachine competing in a capacity classmay not exceed the prescribed capacityfor that class by more than 2%:CLASSSidecarCycle car machinesexcept Road RacePeriod 1, 2, 3, 4, 5Historic Road Race,Classic Dirt Track andClassic MotocrossCLASS (Continued)80cc 2-stroke machinesmanufactured prior to 1/1/9585cc 4-stroke (Track and Dirt TrackModified)Record attempts andsenior Speedway / Track.65cc & 85cc machines4-stroke Mini Bikes (Fast 50’s)Road Race sidecarsPERMITTEDEXCESS5%5%PERMITTEDEXCESS5%NilNilNilNilNil12.5 MEASUREMENT - ALL DISCIPLINES12.5.1 Measurements at Meetings12.5.1.1 A Steward of a meeting may direct themeasurement of the capacity of theengine of any machine, to be carried outat the conclusion of the meeting. Until themeasurement is completed the machinemust remain under the control of the RCB. If an engine is measured at the requestof a rider or entrant, the rider or entrant isliable for the cost of the measurement. If an engine is measured for the purposesof a protest, the protesting party mustsubmit a $500 bond. This bond willbe refunded in full if the measuredengine is found to be illegal. If themeasured engine is found to be legalany reasonable costs in reassembly upto a maximum of $500 will be deductedand the remaining bond returned to theprotesting party. the party against whomthe decision is made is liable for the costof the measurement, and the machinemay, if the engine is found to be oversize,be retained until such cost is paid.12.5.2 Measurements - Australian and StateChampionship Events12.5.2.1 For all Australian and State championshipevents:a) All machines must have provision forthe placement of sealing wire,

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT12 ALL DISCIPLINESb) An entrant may request that theentrant’s machine be measured andsealed before the event. As soonas practicable after receiving therequest the measurer for the eventmust measure and seal the machine.Any machine examined under thissub-rule may, on application bythe entrant, at the discretion of themeasurer, be exempted from furtherexamination at the event,c) The first, second, third andfourth placed machines must beimpounded for a period of 30minutes immediately following theevent, pending any protest, and theevent result will be provisional,d) At the conclusion of that period, if noprotest is received, the result will befinal,e) If the machines are to be ridden inanother event within that period,they must be sealed before beingreturned to the competitor for thatevent,f) If no protest is received within thatperiod, the seals may be removed,g) Any machine sealed as the result ofa protest may only be measured bya measurer. All measurer’s reports,together with the seals, must bedelivered to the RCB within 21 daysafter the event,h) No prize monies may be paid untilmeasurer’s reports and seals arereceived or the expiration of 21 dayswhichever occurs first.12.6 NUMBER PLATES- ALL DISCIPLINES12.6.1 Number Plates - General12.6.1.1 For all competitions except Moto-trials,3 number plates must be fitted - 1 at thefront and 1 on each side. Number plates must:a) Be produced to a matt finish,b) Where they are not an integral partof the machine or streamlining andare under 1.6mm in thickness, haverolled or wired edges,c) In the case of rectangular plates,have the corners formed to a 38mmradius,d) In the case of bolt on number plates,be made from a rigid material withminimum dimensions of 235mmheight and 285mm width; ande) In the case of sidecars, be positionedso that they are visible from the frontand each side of the sidecar. Front number plates must have figureswhich are clearly visible at a distance of20 metres and a solid 10mm wide border. Side number plates must:a) Be fitted above a horizontal linedrawn through the rear axle,b) Be fitted so that the front edge of theplate is behind a vertical line drawnat 200mm to the rear of the rider’sfootrest,c) For Road Racing the allocatednumber (& plate) for the rider mustbe affixed on the machine as follows:i) one on the front, either in thecentre of the fairing or slightly offto one side;ii) one, on each side of themotorcycle. Alternatively, onceacross the top of the rear seatsection with the top of thenumber facing towards the rider.These numbers must be the same sizeas the front numbers12.6.1.5 Number backgrounds on side numberplates may be an integral part of the rearseat section or fairing. Advertising must be at least 25mm clearof the background of a number plateunless the advertising is an integral partof the back plate cover.12.6.2 Number Plates – Juniors (other thanEnduro and Moto-Trials) Number plates for Juniors must be as follows:a) A minimum plate size of 225mmwidth and 200mm height,b) Figures with minimum sizes of 100mmheight and 20mm width of stroke. For 50cc automatic:a) A minimum plate size of 200mm wideand 150mm high,b) The figures on the plates must be100mm high and 20mm wide,c) The front plate must be fitted so thatit does not extend above the height ofthe handlebars or grips.93

12 ALL DISCIPLINESenjoy the ride12.6.3 Number Plate Colours - Except forEnduro & Moto-Trials12.6.3.1 Colours must be as follows:CAPACITY or CLASS BACKGROUND COLOUR FIGURE COLOURUp to 125cc Black WhiteUp to 250cc 2-stroke, up to 250cc 4-stroke, MX/SX only Black White255cc to 450cc 2-stroke, 251cc to 450cc 4-stroke MX / SX only White Black126cc to 250cc Dark Green White251cc to 350cc Mid Blue White351cc to 500cc Canary Yellow Black501cc to 750cc White Black751cc and over Mail Box Red WhiteLong Track 500cc White BlackDirt Track 251 to 450cc 4-stroke Mid Blue WhiteDirt Track over 450cc 4-stroke White BlackS3 Supermoto Black WhiteS2 Supermoto White BlackS1 Supermoto Canary Yellow BlackAustralian Superbike White BlackUp to 500cc Sidecar Canary Yellow BlackOver 500cc Sidecar White BlackFormula Two Sidecar Mail Box Red White12.6.3.2 Colours for Junior age group racing:AGE GROUP BACKGROUND COLOUR FIGURE COLOURUnder 9 years Mid Blue White9 to under 12 years Canary Yellow Black12 to under 14 years Mail Box Red White14 to under 16 years Black YellowNote: For Junior road racing refer to Additional colour combinations may beused, at the discretion of the RCB. Australian Superbikes may use anycontrasting colour on side number platesproviding they are legible at 20 metres.12.6.4 Number Plate Figures12.6.4.1 Road Race discipline number figures mustbe Arial Rounded MT Bold font, the serifon number one (1) may be shortenedor removed but not extended. For allother disciplines including log bookedHistoric road race machines the font styleis free however the onus for legibility restswith the entrant.Fig andDimensionsof NumberPlate Figures[minimums]140mm2875mmArialRoundedMT Boldfont12 mm25 mm75mm941234567890

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT12 ALL DISCIPLINES12.6.4.2 Road Race figures must be clearlylegible, the minimum dimensions being:DIMENSIONMEASUREMENT(mm)Height 140Width of each figure 75Space between figures 25Space between figures andedge of plate1212.6.4.3 For National Motocross and SupercrossEvents, where MA is the RCB andtransponders are used, numbers on sideplates may be a minimum of:DIMENSIONMEASUREMENT(mm)Height 100Width of each figure 70Width of stroke 25Space between 2 figures 15NOTE: Advertising is allowed as per Advertising is permitted on all machines,but must be at least 25mm clear of thenumber plate background and the rider’sname by either a gap or a contrastingcolour strip.12.6.5 Back Numbers – Seniors and Juniors12.6.5.1 No junior or senior may compete withoutback numbers, except in Enduro, Moto-Trials, Road Racing or interclub/closedto club competitions unless wearing themachine identification number on their backin contrasting colours and with a minimumsize of 125mm height and 20mm width ofstroke.12.7 RADIO COMMUNICATION12.7.0.1 Radio communications with riders is notallowed, and will be classed as outsideassistance, except for Enduro and Moto-Trials.12.8 FRAMES AND PARTS - ALL DISCIPLINES12.8.1 Streamlining12.8.1.1 All streamlining fitted to motorcycles orsidecars must be free of any sharp edgeson exposed extremities. For fibreglass construction, edges mustbe rounded to their own thickness butneed not be wired. All forward streamlining attached tosolo and sidecar machines must have aminimum of 3 attachment points:a) At least 1 supporting the forwardsection of the shell, andb) 1 on each side supporting the rearportion of the shell. Identification plates must have cornersand edges smoothed.12.8.2 Fuel Tanks12.8.2.1 Fuel tanks may be constructed from anymaterial that has been approved by theAustralian Standards Association as apetrol or fuel container material.12.8.3 Exhaust Systems other than CMX/CDT12.8.3.1 Exhaust systems must:a) Be fitted with silencers,b) Terminate at a point not more than25mm beyond the rear extremity ofthe rear tyre tread,c) Be attached as closely as practicableto the machine and in a mannerthat does not, in the opinion of theScrutineer, create a hazard to othercompetitors,d) Where separate silencers are fitted,have a minimum of 2 mountingsor locking screws on all machineswhich have a capacity in excess of85cc,e) Where silencers are re-packable,have safety wired securing bolts.12.8.4 Centre and Side Stands12.8.4.1 Centre and side stands must be removedfor all types of competition other than:a) Moto-Trials,b) Enduro,c) Natural Terrain Motocross at Cluband Inter-club competitions,d) The 50cc class of all disciplines. Centre and Side Stands which remain onmachines under the previous GCR mustbe secured in the closed position.12.8.5 Footrests other than CMX/CDT12.8.5.1 Footrests must:a) Be well rounded and designed so asto ensure that no dangerous edgesare created due to wear.b) Not touch the ground at lean unlessthey are hinged or pivoted andcontrolled by a return spring.12.8.6 Handlebars12.8.6.1 The ends of the handlebars or twist gripsleeves must be securely plugged so asto present a flush or rounded end.95

12 ALL DISCIPLINESenjoy the ride9612.8.6.2 Handlebar levers must:a) Have ball ends with a minimumdiameter of:i) 15mm, for levers longer than76mm,ii) 10mm, for levers shorter than76mm.b) Measure no more than 200mm fromthe fulcrum to the extremity of the ball. Throttle controls must be self closing. A lanyard operated ignition cut-out switch,operating on the primary circuit, must befitted to the following:DISCIPLINEMACHINESpeedway –Solo & SidecarsJunior & SeniorMotocross –SidecarsJunior & SeniorDirt trackSidecarsTrackSidecarsRoad raceSidecars12.8.6.5 For Road Race, Motocross and Dirt Track,the lanyard must have a maximum length of1 metre.12.8.7 Kick Start Levers12.8.7.1 Kick start levers, other than transverse, mustbe folding.12.8.8 Drive Chain Protection12.8.8.1 Primary drives must be guarded so asto prevent direct access to the chain orsprockets with the fingers. The guard must be constructed of:a) Metal having a minimum thicknessof 1.6mm, which may be mesh orexpanded metal provided the openingsdo not exceed 10mm, orb) Fibreglass having a minimum thicknessof 3mm. If a plastic, fibreglass or part open chainguard is used, a steel bolt of not less than10mm diameter, placed outside the bottomrear quadrant of the clutch sprocket. Thisbolt, if damaged, must be replaced.; Projecting sprockets, which are not behinda clutch assembly or directly behind aframe member, must be guarded where thesprocket teeth are further than 30mm from aframe member or swinging arm. A counter shaft sprocket which is more than30mm from the outside of the swing armpivot, must be covered. Other than CMX/CDT, a chain guard madeof suitable material must be fitted in a wayto prevent trapping between the lower drivechain run and the final drive sprocket at therear wheel.12.8.9 Tyres12.8.9.1 Tyres must comply with the following:a) Metal studs, spikes, chain, rope orother non-skid attachments may not beused unless permitted by the relevantSR.b) Treads on tyres must be at least 1mmdeep on any part of the tyre that comesin contact with the ground.c) The tread depth indicating holes onslick tyres must be clearly visible and atleast 0.5mm deep.d) Paddle or scoop treaded tyres may notbe fitted. Valve caps must be used for all competitions.12.8.10 Mudguards12.8.10.1 Either a rear mudguard or a seat must befitted which extends at least 20 degrees tothe rear of a vertical line drawn through therear wheel axle. Mudguards must be made of a material,which is not liable to cause personal injury ifdeformed.12.8.11 Sidecars - All Classes – except MotoTrials12.8.11.1 Left hand and right hand sidecars maynot compete against each other with theexception of Motocross, Classic Motocrossand Historic Road Racing. Sidecars, in addition to complying with therequirements for solos, must be as follows:a) The sidecar body width must be890mm measured from the closestmounting point to the extremity of thesidecar body including any step,b) The track must be a minimum of580mm and a maximum of 1,005mm,c) Ground clearance must be a minimumof 88mm and a maximum of 325mm,d) The sidecar must have at least 4mounting points,e) The inside of the sidecar wheel must beenclosed to floor level,f) Rear sprockets and chains must beenclosed around the passenger’sworking area,g) Any step must have a maximum widthof 200mm from the sidecar,

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTh) A minimum of 2 hand grips must befitted,i) Front mounted exhaust systems mustnot protrude beyond the outermostedges of the sidecar,j) All outer edge sidecar chassis cornersmust have a minimum 25mm radius,k) The machine and sidecar must havefront and rear wheel brakes,l) The machine must be fitted with alanyard type cut-out switch,m) Sidecar wheel drive is prohibited.12.9 FUEL - ALL DISCIPLINES12.9.1 Fuel Warning12.9.1.1 Fuels and lubricants are highly specialisedsubstances and participants must be awarethey may contain substances that areextremely dangerous to human health ifmisused, inhaled or allowed to contact skin. Some of the components of fuel andlubricants are suspected of havingthe potential to cause cancer in rarecircumstances. The use of petrol as a general cleaning andwashing agent is a common misuse of apotentially dangerous substance. Fuels should be used and stored withextreme care and in accordance with themanufacturer’s instructions.12.9.2 Fuel Requirements12.9.2.1 The fuel requirements of each discipline isdetailed in their respective chapters.12.9.3 Fuel Testing12.9.3.1 For any event, meeting or series, the RCBmay direct that no fuels other than fuelsof prescribed specifications and from aprescribed source may be used.a) Tests to ensure that only prescribedfuels are used in an event, meetingor series may be administered at anytime and place during the course of thesame,b) The Clerk of Course, Race Directoror Chief Scrutineer may direct theadministration of fuel tests. Fuel tests must comply with the followingprocedures:a) All containers for holding samples mustbe clean and constructed of robust nonreactiveimpermeable material, must besealable, and must have provision foridentification,12 ALL DISCIPLINESb) Equipment used for the extraction offuel from machines must be cleanand constructed of fuel non-reactivematerial,c) All samples must be divided into 2 lots(Sample A and Sample B) of not lessthan 5ml each, which must be placed inseparate containers,d) Once samples are placed in containers,the containers must immediately besealed and identified by reference tothe machine from which the samplewas taken. This information must beentered on a fuel sample certificatewhich must certify the date, place andtime of taking the sample, the identityof the machine from which the samplewas taken and the identity of the rider,e) Both samples must remain in thecontrol of the official who administeredthe test.f) The rider or the representative mustsign the fuel sample certificateacknowledging samples have beentaken and are sealed,g) All samples held by the official mustbe delivered as soon as practicableafter the competition to the RCB whichmust deliver the Sample A as soon aspracticable to a laboratory approvedby MA where they must be tested forcontent and quality in accordance withstandard scientific procedures,h) The RCB must as soon as practicableafter receipt of the results notify the rideror rider’s team representative and MA,i) If the rider is dissatisfied with the testresult of sample A, they may requestsample B be tested at an MA approvedlaboratory in their presence.12.9.4 Refueling12.9.4.1 During refueling, each machine must bestationary with the engine stopped. Refueling will be deemed to havecommenced when the fuel tank has beenopened and completed when the tank isclosed. Smoking is strictly prohibited in areas whererefueling is permitted. Riders are liable for exclusion from an eventfor failing to adhere to GCR, and areresponsible for the actions of their mechanicsand support team members.97

12 ALL DISCIPLINES12.9.5 Homologation of Fuel12.9.5.1 Unleaded fuel produced by an oil companyfor sale in the Australian general transportfuel market through retail petrol pumpsin at least 5 states does not have to behomologated. For the avoidance of doubtthis means the fuel must be available forsale on demand from a roadside bowseroutlet at each of at least 5 separateservice stations in each of at least fiveAustralian states or territories. Organisations seeking homologation offuel must provide MA with:a) Two 1-litre sealed containers of thefuel for analysis,b) Details of the fuels characteristics,c) The distribution network,d) The price structure,e) A homologation fee of $2,500 in the firstyear and $2,000 per year thereafter. Fuels approved under this GCR will bepublished at www.ma.org.au.12.10 NOISE EMISSIONS - ALL DISCIPLINESNOTE: From 1/7/2013 noise testing must becarried out at all permitted events however it isnot mandatory to test all machines12.10.1 Specifications12.10.1.1 Noise emissions are set out in thetables below:30 meters (from side of track) ride by testDISCIPLINELIMIT dB(A)Road Racing 95Historic Road Racing 95Classic MX & Dirt Track 95Speedway (including Quads) 95Dirt Track & Track (incl. Quads) 95Record AttemptsNo limit2 Metre Max methodDISCIPLINELIMIT dB(A)Motocross & Supercross non Aust 112 with a 4dB/AChampionships (including Quads) allowanceMotocross & Supercross Aust 112 with a 2dB/AChampionships (including Quads) allowanceMoto-TrialsTBASupermoto112 with a 4dB/AallowanceEnduro & Reliabity Trials 112 with a 4dB/A(including Quads)Minikhanaallowance112 with a 4dB/Aallowanceenjoy the ride12.10.1.2 Where government regulations orplanning orders exist in relation to lowernoise emissions testing, or where apermanent Road Race circuit venue haslower noise emission requirements aspart of the circuit hire contract, the noiseemission required will prevail over GCR12. Use of sound level meters12.10.2.1 Sound testing apparatus must:a) Comply with international standardIEC 651, Type 1 or Type 2.b) Include a compatible calibrator, whichmust be used immediately beforetesting begins and always just prior toa re-test if a disciplinary sanction maybe imposed. Sound testing apparatus must be set to:a) ‘Fast response’b) ‘A’ weighted,c) Select range High 80~130 dB,e) Activate the function MAX MIN -set on MAX, ‘30 Meter ride by’ testa) The sound levels will be measuredwith the sound meter/microphonefixed on a tripod, in the horizontalposition, 30 meters from the edgeof the track at a high speed point. ‘2 Metre Max’ Set up of the sound meterand the motorcycle:a) The sound levels will be measuredwith the sound meter/microphonefixed on a tripod, in the horizontalposition, at the rear of themotorcycle.b) For the place and position of themotorcycle, ensure that there areno solid obstacles within a 10meter radius of the microphone.c) The sound meter will be positionedat a distance of 2 metre behind themotorcycle, with an angle of 45°away from the centerline, on theexhaust side and at a height of 1.35metre above the ground, with thesound meter level.d) The 2 metre distance is measuredfrom the point where the centre ofrear tyre touches the ground.98

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT12 ALL DISCIPLINESe) It is preferred that the tests areconducted on soft ground, toprevent reverberation, i.e. grass orfine gravel.f) In other than moderate wind,machines should face forward in tothe wind direction.g) The ambient sound level mustremain lower than 100 dB/A. ‘2 Metre Max’ Positioning of themotorcycle:The reference points:a) For a motorcycle: the contact pointof the rear wheel on the ground.b) For motorcycles fitted with 2exhaust outputs, the measurementwill be made on the side of the airintake. If a central positioned airintake is used, both sides will betested.c) For Sidecars: the contact point ofthe side wheel on the ground.d) For Quad vehicles: the vertical lineto the ground from the centre pointof the rear axle.e) For Quad vehicles with exhaustoutlet moved from the median axis,the measurement will be made onthe offset side. To make repetitivemeasurements, all motorcyclescan be positioned into a smallframe fixed on the ground. ‘2 Metre Max’ method:a) The measurement is made with themotorcycle on its wheels, with ahot engine.b) During a sound test, machines notequipped with a gear box neutralmust be placed on a stand.c) The NCO should stand besidethe motorcycles, opposite themicrophone and not screen orstand between the bike and themicrophone. An assistant, placedon the left side of the motorcycle,shall disengage the clutch.d) The NCO shall open the throttleas fast as possible until full openthrottle (instantly, within 0.3seconds). and keep at max engine‘rpm’ for at least 1 second. To end,the NCO will release the throttlequickly.e) If the result exceeds the limit,including ‘after fire’, the Inspectorshall test the motorcycle amaximum of 2 more times.f) For motorcycles equipped with anengine rpm limiter, opening thethrottle will be made - instantly,within 0.3 seconds - and kept openuntil at least 1 second has evolvedand/or when there is an audiblesign of over revving the engine.g) For motorcycles without an engine‘rpm’ limiter, the opening of thethrottle will have to be lower than2 seconds and/or when there is anaudible sign of over-revving theengine.h) If the engine tends to suffocate,close the throttle slightly and reopenthe throttle.i) If detonations appear, themeasurement must be started again.j) The numbers obtained from thetest shall not be rounded down.k) For the sound level measurement,the handling of the throttle islimited only to the NCO, whoshall open the throttle himself inorder to minimize the influenceby another operator (for that, it ishelpful to have the microphoneequipped with an extension cableto the sound meter). Tests shall not take place in the rain12.10.3 Machine testing12.10.3.1 If a machine fails, it can be representedfor re-testing. No person may compete in any event on amachine whose noise emissions exceedthe prescribed levels. A machine which does not comply withthe sound limits can be presented severaltimes.12.10.4 Sound control during competition12.10.4.1 The Noise Control Officer (NCO) must arrivein sufficient time for discussions with the Clerkof the Course and other Technical Officialsin order that a suitable test site and testingpolicy can be agreed.99

12 ALL DISCIPLINES12.10.4.2 Machines can be tested before, or aftercompeting in an event, chosen by ballot, oras required by a Steward, Clerk of Course orNCO.12.11 STARTS & FINISHES - ALL DISCIPLINES12.11.1 Starts12.11.1.1 All competitors must, in relation to thestart of any event, comply with directionsissued by, and under the authority of, theStarter. For such purposes the Starter, onthe instructions of a key official, may:a) Delay a start,b) Direct a restart,c) Direct a competitor to start from:i) The back of the starting grid,ii) The pit lane,iii) The rear of the field, oriv) Such other position as shall berequired for the safe, fair andorderly start of the event.d) Exclude a competitor who is late forthe start. The method of starting will be asprescribed by SR. The start of an event occurs:a) When the order to start is given, orb) For flying starts, when the startingline is crossed.12.11.2 Finishes12.11.2.1 For events where speed is thedeterminant:a) A chequered flag must be displayedto each competitor as each crossesthe line, with the flag being displayed:i) To the first to complete the event,who will, subject to the results ofany protests, be the winner, andii) Thereafter to each competitor who:• Has completed not less than75% of the event distance,• Is still competing in the event onthe lap in which the chequeredflag is displayed to the winner,with the sequence of completionof the event being thedeterminant of placings.b) The finish of the event occurs whenthe flag is displayed to the lastcompetitor under GCR a),enjoy the ridec) The finish occurs for each machinewhen the foremost part of themachine crosses the line,d) Where there are 2 competitorsrequired to be on 1 machinetogether, both must finish the eventon the machine. On a solo machinethe competitor must finish the eventon the machine,e) In case of a dead heat betweencompetitors for a place:i) The places and the awards forthose places will be combined,ii) The participants in the dead heat willshare the places and awards equally,iii) The remaining places will berelegated by the number ofparticipants in the dead heat.12.11.3 Juniors - Starts and Finishes12.11.3.1 In addition to the general startrequirements for all competitors, juniorsmust comply as follows:a) Competitors may use up to 2 startingblocks (1 per side) up to a maximumof 100mm high and must be ableto start in the event unaided whilesitting on the machine, This does notapply to Road Racing.b) When assembled for the start ofan event, and during the event, nocompetitor may receive outsideassistance other than at the directionof the Steward, the Clerk of Courseor the Starter,c) Pit board signals will not be used injunior competition with the exceptionof junior road racing. Riders/Pit crewwho fail to obey this instruction areliable to exclusion for the duration ofthe competition. Refer GCR 5.1.7d) When the number of competitorsexceeds 1 full grid:i) Elimination heats and semi -finals must be held,ii) The RCB may direct that eventsbe decided by a final or finals,consisting of a number of rounds.12.12 STOPPING EVENTS- ALL DISCIPLINES12.12.0.1 Where an incident causes an event to bestopped, the Steward or Clerk of Coursemay declare the event complete if at100

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORTleast 75% of the event distance or time,whichever is the less, has been run. The results so declared will be based onthe placings at the finish line of the last fulllap completed before the incident but willexclude those competitors who:a) Caused the incident, orb) Having been involved in the incident,could not continue in the event.12.12.1 Stopping and Re-Running Events12.12.1.1 The Steward or Clerk of Course who hasexcluded a competitor for unfair conductand considers that such conduct has:a) Given an advantage to the team ofwhich the offender is a member, orb) In the case of a non-team event,jeopardised the fair chances of 1 ormore of the other competitors in theevent,may declare the event void and order a rerun. If the event continues, any competitorunable to cross the finish line as aresult of such conduct on the part of theexcluded competitor may be deemed tohave finished the race in the place:a) Held immediately before suchconduct, orb) Having regard to any advancementin placing following the exclusion, insome other place. A Steward or Clerk of Course may stop anevent and order it to be re-run if it wouldbe dangerous for it to continue. In any re-run:a) Any competitor who:i) Fell in the stopped event as aresult of having been fouled,ii) Intentionally laid down his or hermachine in the interests of safety,oriii) Left the course in the interests ofsafety,may participate.b) Any competitor who:i) Caused or contributed to theevent being stopped,ii) Failed to start in,iii) Retired from,12 ALL DISCIPLINESiv) Was excluded from,v) Had been lapped during thecourse of the stopped event,may not participate. If the race is interupted after thechequered flag, the followingprocedure will apply:a) For all the riders to whom thechequered flag was shownbefore the interruption, a partialclassification will be establishedat the end of the last lap of therace.b) For all the riders to whom thechequered flag was not shownbefore the interruption, a partialclassification will be establishedat the end of the penultimate lapof the race.c) The complete classification willbe established by combining bothpartial classificationsas per thelap/time procedure12.13 FLAGS AND SIGNALS- ALL DISCIPLINES12.13.0.1 The minimum dimensions of all flags mustbe 500mm x 500mm.ZAPracingsharkZAP racing shark guards* No drilling required* Attaches to bobbin mount* Available for most sports bikes* Required for racingAlso available:ZAP racing engine coversGB Racing engine coversg u a r denginecoversZAP racing motorcycle accessoriestel 0417 977 828 info@zapracing.com.auwww.zapracing.com.au101

12 ALL DISCIPLINESenjoy the ride12.13.0.2 Track flags and signals have the followingmeanings:FLAG SIGNALMEANING, AND REQUIREMENT OF COMPETITORNational flag dropped or raisedStartRed flag displayedRace or practice stopped prematurely. Competitors must slow down, mustnot overtake and must slowly proceed to the parc fermé, pits, or other areaindicated to them by officials. The red flag will also be used to signal the endof a demonstrationBlack flag held stationary and black board Competitor with number indicated on black board must stop at the pits on thewith rider’s numbernext lapYellow flag held stationaryDanger, ride slowly, overtaking is forbiddenYellow flag wavedImmediate danger, slow down, prepare to stop, overtaking forbiddenYellow with Black diagonal crossLast lap flag for Speedway onlyNo Jump LightDanger, Overtaking forbidden, Jumping forbiddenYellow flag with red stripes held stationary Deterioration of adhesion of the trackWhite flag wavedSlow moving intervention vehicle on trackBlue flag held stationaryOvertaking signal warning that competitor is soon to be overtakenBlue flag wavedOvertaking signal warning that rider is about to be overtakenGreen flag held stationaryCourse ClearLast lap boardThe last lap of the race is about to commencePurple FlagProtest flag for all junior competitorsBlack and white chequered flag waved Finish of Race, Practice session or Qualifying12.13.0.3 Flag signals may be supplemented bylight signals as follows:SIGNALSUPPLEMENT TO/EQUIVALENT TO1 or 2 flashing yellow lights Yellow flagGreen lightGreen flagRed lightRed flag12.13.0.4 The National flag signifying the start of anevent may be replaced by:a) A light signal,b) A starting tape,c) A rubber band, ord) A dropping gate12.14 SCORING- ALL DISCIPLINES12.14.0.1 For events, other than:a) The Australian SupercrossChampionship which have fewerthan 15 start gates, andb) All Road Racing events where adifferent point scoring system isused.PLACE POINTS PLACE POINTS1 25 11 102 22 12 93 20 13 84 18 14 75 16 15 66 15 16 57 14 17 48 13 18 39 12 19 210 11 20 An alternative points scoring system maybe approved for an MA series event. If a tie on points occurs for any position inan event which is conducted over morethan 1 leg, the tying competitor who hasthe higher finishing position in the final legof the event will be awarded the position. If a tie on points occurs for any position ina series, the tying competitor who has thegreatest number of higher placings in theseries will be awarded the position.12.15 CHANGE OF MACHINE DURING ACOMPETITION - ALL DISCIPLINES12.15.0.1 During any competition, other than anattempt at a record, no machine may beexchanged for another unless permittedunder these Rules or any SR.12.16 JUNIOR COMPETITION RULES -ALL DISCIPLINES12.16.0.1 In Junior competition,a) A rider’s age on 1st January willdetermine their age for competitionpurposes for that year,102

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT12 ALL DISCIPLINESFig. a)AGE RANGE JUNIOR MOTOCROSS4 to under 9 50cc Demo Class7 to under 9 50cc Auto Class65cc Solo NOTE: The age7 to under 13 range will change to 7 to U12yrs in 201485cc Solo 2-stroke & 150cc9 to under 124-stroke (standard wheel only)80cc to 160cc Solo 4 stroke,9 to under 16 80/100cc 2-stk/up to 150cc 4-stkSidecar (Rider & Passenger)85cc Solo 2-stroke & 150cc12 to under 164-stroke (standard or big wheels)200 to 250cc Solo 4-stroke,13 to under 16100cc to 150cc Solo 2 strokeAGE RANGE JUNIOR ENDURO4 to under 9 50cc Demo Class7 to under 9 50cc Auto Class7 to under 13 65cc Solo85cc Solo 2-stroke & 150cc9 to under 124-stroke (standard wheel only)9 to under 16 80cc to 160cc Solo 4 stroke85cc Solo 2-stroke & 150cc12 to under 164-stroke (standard or big wheels)200 to 250cc Solo 4-stroke,13 to under 16100cc to 200cc Solo 2 strokeb) A rider may move to the next higherage class when they become eligibleby reason of celebrating a birthday,but once the rider moves to thathigher age class, they may not moveback to the lower age class,c) Any points earned by the riderin the lower age class cannot betransferred when the rider moves tothe higher age class,d) This GCR applies to all riders up toand including the age of 16 years. No person who is unable to lift his or hermachine unaided from the horizontal tothe vertical may compete in any Juniorcompetition. Subject to GCR12.16.0.1a) a Juniorwho is under the age of 9 years maycompete on a 50cc automatic machinenotwithstanding that the Junior is unableto lift the machine unaided fromthe horizontal to vertical.a) Junior competitors in the agegroups listed in the tables abovemay compete in the correspondingclasses:b) No applicant will be issued with theirfirst competition licence if they areunder the age of 7 years,c) Unless otherwise permitted in writingby the RCB, for any event there mustbe no greater age variation betweencompetitors than 4 years,d) No participant in the 50cc automaticclass may compete in any other classother than at Club level competitions,e) In the 4 years to Under 9 years 50ccDemo Class automatic non competitiveclass, all riders are entitled to receive aprize or award of the same size/value,f) Subject to the following 2 GCRs, anRCB may permit age group racing,graded racing, or a combination ofboth,g) Age group racing:i) Subject to sub-Rule ii), onlycompetitors in the same agegroups may compete againsteach other,ii) Competitors from different agegroups in the following classes maycompete with each other if there areinsufficient entries for each class:• 85cc 2-stroke big wheels and100cc - 150cc 4stroke singlecylinder,• 100cc - 150cc single cylinder &250cc 4-stroke,• Sidecars,h) An RCB may grade junior competitorsaccording to their respective skills,i) Demo class is a non competitiveclass, 4-stroke non-motocross type machines80cc to 160cc excluding 80cc 4-strokeModified for Dirt Track and Track areapproved for competition under thefollowing conditions:a) Use limited to natural terrain Motocross(no man-made jumps) , Enduro andDirt track competitions only.b) Exhaust systems may be modified orchanged.c) External gearing and carburetorjetting may also be altered.d) No other modifications are allowed.103

12 ALL DISCIPLINESenjoy the ride10412.16.0.5 4-stroke 150cc motocross-type machinesmay compete against 85cc 2-strokemachines in Junior competition.12.16.1 Junior Trail Bikes12.16.1.1 The following machines are eligible forclub and inter-club competitions:a) 7 to under 13 years 65cc classMANUFACTURER MODEL(s)HondaCRF70, XR70, CRF80, XR80CRF110FKawasakiKLX110, KLX110C, KLX110LSuzukiJR80, DR-Z70YamahaPW80, TT-R90 TT-R110and similar machines approved by Board.b) 9 to under 16 years 85cc class:MANUFACTURER MODEL(s)HondaXR100, CRF100KawasakiKE100 KLX140YamahaTT-R125SuzukiDR-Z125/Land similar machines approved by Board.12.17 JUNIOR CAPACITY CLASSES - ALLDISCIPLINES12.17.1 50cc Demo Class Machines12.17.1.1 Eligible Machines are:MANUFACTURER MODEL(s)FMCPY50, XRX50EYHondaCRF50, QR50HMBaja JuniorHusqvarnaHusky Boy JuniorKawasakiKDX50Kazuma Tiger Cat 50KTMMini Adventure, 50ADVSenior, 50SX Mini, 50SXJunior 2008, 50SX Mini 2009LEMLX1, CX2, LXR50, RX2-AIR, RX2SuzukiJR50TM50C1YamahaPW50, TT-R50Eand similarly specified machines asapproved by the Board may be used. Machine Requirements:a) Engine capacity must not exceed 50cc,b) The gearbox for 2-stroke machinesmust have 1 gear,c) The gearbox for 4-stroke machinesmay have up to 3 gears,d) Standard gear ratios must be retained,e) The clutch must be of centrifugal type,and of OEM type,f) 10” [254mm] Wheels as per GCR12.17.3 must be fitted,g) The appearance of a machine mustremain as manufactured providedthat the following may be altered:i) Colour,ii) Seat,iii) Mudguards,iv) Handlebars,v) Grips,vi) Levers,vii) Cables,viii) Chains,ix) Tyre brand and tread pattern,x) Carburettor Jets,xi) Spark Plug.h) The frame of a machine may begusseted and strengthened but not soas to alter the geometry of the frame.A certificate issued by a qualifiedengineer in respect of any suchgusseting and strengthening must beavailable at machine examination,i) The restricting washer in the exhaustheader pipe abutting the cylinderbarrel may be removed,j) Throttle limiting devices may be removed,k) A separate kill switch may beinstalled in place of the standard,l) Steel serrated foot pegs may replacestandard rubber pegs,m) Handlebars must be securely pluggedand be no wider than 630mm,n) Engine, Carburettor, Fuel system,Exhaust System, Electrics & Air Boxmust remain as per manufacturersspecifications,o) Carburettor size must not exceed 14mm.12.17.2 50cc Auto Class - Machines12.17.2.1 Eligible Machines are:MANUFACTURER MODEL(s)CobraKing CX50Gas Gas EC 50CRX 10/10 Senior, BajaHM10/10, X3RHusqvarnaHusky Boy SF03, CR50ItaljetAction OutlawSXR PRO SNR, 50SX, SXRKTMPRO JNR, 50 SX 2009RX3, RX3 2008, LX2F-LEMUSA, CR2, CR2SMalaguttiRCX10PoliniXR3TM50 C1

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT12 ALL DISCIPLINES12.17.3 Junior Solo – Wheel Sizesand similarly specified machines as approvedby the Board may be used. Machine Requirements:a) Engine capacity must not exceed 50cc,b) The gearbox must have 1 gear,c) External gearing may be altered,d) The clutch must be of centrifugal type,and of OEM type,e) 10” rear wheels must be fitted.10”[254mm] or 12” [304mm] frontwheels may be fitted,f) The appearance of a machine mustremain as manufactured providedthat the following may be altered:i) Colour,ii) Seat,iii) Mudguards,iv) Handlebars,v) Grips,vi) Levers,vii) Cables,viii)Chains,ix) Tyre brand and tread pattern.g) The frame of a machine may begusseted and strengthened but not soas to alter the geometry of the frame.A certificate issued by a qualifiedengineer in respect of any suchgusseting and strengthening must beavailable at machine examination,h) Throttle limiting devices may be removed,i) A separate kill switch may beinstalled in place of the standard,j) Steel serrated foot pegs may replacestandard rubber pegs,k) Handlebars must be securely pluggedand be no wider than 630mm or OEMfor the model,l) After market exhaust systems andsilencers are permitted.CLASS50cc Demo Class50cc Auto Class65cc80cc 4-strokeStandard &Modified85cc 2-stroke &150cc 4-stroke85cc 2-stroke & 150cc4-stroke Big Wheel85cc 2-stroke & 150cc4-stroke Big Wheel(Dirt Track & Track)85cc 2-stroke & 150cc4-stroke StandardWheel (Dirt Track &Track)100cc125cc & over250cc 4-strokeFRONT[Approx.Metric Equiv.in mm]10” [254] orOEM for themodel10” or 12”[254 or 305]14” to 15”[356 to 381]16” to 17”[407 to 432]15” to 17”[381 to 432]19” to 21”[482 to 534]19”[482]17”[457]18” to 21”[457 to 534]17” to 21”[432 to 534]17” to 23”[432 to 586]REAR[Approx.Metric Equiv.in mm]10” [254]10” [254]12” [305]14”[356]14” [356]16” to 19”[407 to 482]16” or 17”[407 to 457]14”[356]16” to 19”[407 to 482]16” to 19”[407 to 482]16” to 19”[407 to 482]12.17.4 Junior Solo- Handlebars12.17.4.1 Solo handlebars must be plugged andhave no greater than the following widths:CAPACITYHANDLEBAR WIDTH50cc Automatic630mm or OEM forthe model65cc750mm85cc 2-stroke / 150cc 800mm4-strokeOver 85cc / 150cc 850mm4-stroke12.17.5 Junior Sidecar- Wheel Sizes12.17.5.1 The maximum wheel rim sizes for allrelevant classes are:WHEELSIZE [Approx. Metric Equivalent]Front19” [482mm]Rear16” [407mm]Sidecar14” [356mm]105

13 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPSenjoy the ride13 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS10613.1 MA EVENTS13.1.1 Events for which MA is the RCB13.1.1.1 The events for which MA is the RCB aredetailed in GCR (b)13.2 PROTOCOLS13.2.1 Protocols for MA Series Events andInternational Meetings13.2.1.1 Promoters are to deal directly with MAincluding:a) The submission of date applications,b) The submission of draft SR,c) Payment of fees, bonds and levies. MA will advise SCBs of series dates by1 October in order that SCBs may avoidclashes, Permits may not be issued for Supercrossmeetings at venues within 100kms ofa round of the Australian SupercrossChampionship 8 weeks prior to and 4weeks after the Championship round.13.2.2 Protocols for AustralianChampionships not forming a Series13.2.2.1 Promoters may make application to MAto host Championships, with a copy ofthe application sent to the relevant SCB.The application will include the proposeddates, venue, Promoter and address thecriteria in GCR MA will award a Championship to Promoterwhich becomes responsible for ensuringthe meeting is conducted to a standard befittingan Australian Championship. MA may require a Promoter to lodge aperformance bond which may be totallyor partially forfeited if key performancecriteria are not met. The Promoter is responsible for:a) Providing MA with email draft SR forapproval,b) Paying MA the performance bond,permit fee and rider insurance levy,c) The adequate circulation of SR,d) Providing MA with comprehensiveand accurate results by email theday after the meeting,e) Ensuring there is appropriatepromotion and publicity, which is toalso incorporate the MA logo,f) Ensuring all Rules governingthe administration of AustralianChampionships are adhered to,g) Ensuring the prescribed level ofmedical service is provided. The following issues are key performancecriteria Promoters will be assessed on:a) Adequate number of officials andother personnel to properly conductthe meeting,b) The performance of officials,c) The appropriate promotion ofChampionships,d) Providing prescribed medicalservices,e) Ensuring there are no date clasheswith the Championship,f) Correct signage,g) An effective radio communicationsystem,h) An adequate control tower (whereappropriate),i) A safe venue,j) Adequate public facilities,k) Ensuring the MA logo and flag aredisplayed as required.13.2.3 SR and Entry Forms13.2.3.1 MA will publish SR and entry forms onwww.ma.org.au for entrants to download. SR and entry forms for:a) Series Championships may only beaccessed from the MA website or thePromoter,b) Stand-alone Championships may beaccessed from the MA website, thehost SCB or the Promoter.13.2.4 Protest Fees, Licence Declaration Feesand Fines13.2.4.1 Protest fees, licence declaration fees andfines are to be collected by the Stewardand paid to MA.

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT13 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS13.2.5 Venues13.2.5.1 Venues will be licensed by:a) MNSW in the case of allNSW venues;b) MA – Road Racing venues;c) Stewards / Race Director –temporary Supercross venues.d) SCBs – all other venues; ande) FIM – World Championships.13.2.6 The Allocation of Australian Championshipswhich do not form a Series13.2.6.1 Promoters may make application to MAto host championships, with a copy of theapplication sent to the relevant SCB. The protocols for Australian Championshipsare detailed in this Chapter. In considering applications, MA may haveregard to any 1 or more of the followingconsiderations:a) The likely level of media exposure of,and public support for, the event,b) The level of support for the disciplineby the relevant SCB,c) The regularity and frequency withwhich State championships in thediscipline in the area of the relevantSCB,d) The financial resources of thePromoter and of any proposedPromoter of the event,e) The quality of any proposed venue,f) The provision of access toany proposed venue, andaccommodation, for spectators.g) The availability of quality officials,h) The previous record of thePromoter in conducting Australianchampionships,i) Such other considerations, as MAconsiders relevant. MA may refuse the application or maygrant the same and may impose suchconditions as it considers are necessaryand reasonable for the fair, safe andeffective conduct of the event. Within 1month of receipt of written notification ofthe issue of the grant, the SCB must paythe prescribed permit fee to MA. In the event of a Promoter to which anAustralian Championship has beengranted failing to pay the permit fee orto conduct the event in accordance withthe grant:a) The performance bond will beforfeited and may be applied by MAin reduction of the permit fee payableby any other Promoter to whom theconduct of the event is granted,b) MA may offer the event to anotherPromoter.13.2.7 The Allocation of AustralianChampionships Forming a Series13.2.7.1 Promoters in each State may applyto MA to host a round of the relevantChampionship.Daniel Milner (Russell Colvin)107

13 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPSenjoy the ride13.2.8 Categories for Senior Australian ChampionshipsA4DEE1: 100cc to 150cc 2-stroke &150cc to 250cc 4-strokeE2: 175cc to 250cc 2-stroke &275cc to 450cc 4-strokeE3: 290cc to 500cc 2-stroke &475cc to 650cc 4-strokeState Trophy TeamJunior Trophy TeamVeteransMastersWomenOFFROADE1: 100cc to 150cc 2-stroke &150cc to 250cc 4-strokeE2: 175cc to 250cc 2-stroke &275cc to 450cc 4-strokeE3: 290cc to 500cc 2-stroke &475cc to 650cc 4-strokeVeteransMastersWomenSPEEDWAY SOLO & SIDECARSolo IndividualSolo PairsUnder 21SidecarMOTO-TRIALSSoloSidecarClassicPost ClassicYouthVeteran-Aged 40 to 49 yearsVeteran-Aged 50 to 59 yearsVeteran-Aged 60 years and overMastersWomanSUPERMOTOS1: Over 250cc 2-stroke & over450cc to 700cc 4-strokeS2: Up to 250cc 2-stroke &up to 450cc 4-strokeS3: 125cc to 200cc 2-stroke &up to 250cc 4-strokeS4: Quad OpenROAD RACINGMoto3, 125cc GP & 250 GP Mono250cc ProductionWomen’s 250cc ProductionSupersport (A, B, C & D Grade)Sidecars F1SuperbikesSuperstock 1000c (B,C&D Grade)ProductionQUAD MOTOCROSSOpenProIntermediateWomenVeteransMastersHISTORIC ROAD RACINGSolo-up to 125ccSolo-132cc-250ccSolo-263cc-350ccSolo-368cc-500ccSolo-526cc-1300ccSidecar-up to 1300ccPeriod 2 up to 350ccPeriod 2 368cc to 1300ccPeriod 3 Formula 700 526cc to 700ccPeriod 4 Formula 750 526cc to 750ccPeriod 5 Formula 750 526cc to 750ccPeriod 6 250 Production solo250ccPeriod 6 Formula 750 Solo 526ccto 750ccPeriod 6 Formula 1300 Solo 788ccto 1300ccSUPERCROSSSX-Lites: Up to 250cc (2 or 4-stk)SX-Open: 255cc to 450cc (2 or4-stk)Under 19 (15 years to under 19)MOTOCROSSMDX Under 19 (15 yrs to U19)MX2 Pro-Lites Up to 250cc (2 or4-stk)MX1 Pro-Open 255cc to 450cc (2or 4-stk)SidecarWomenCLASSIC MX & DIRT TRACKPre 60 Solo All PowersPre 65 Solo 250ccPre 65 Solo 263cc – overPre 70 Solo 250ccPre 70 Solo 263cc – overPre 75 Solo 125ccPre 75 Solo 250ccPre 75 Solo 263cc – overPre 75 Solo 4-stroke – All PowersPre 78 Solo 125ccPre 78 Solo 250ccPre 78 Solo 263cc - overPre 68 Sidecar up to 1300ccPre 75 Sidecar up to 1300ccPre 75 Slider Class up to 250cc[DT only]Pre 75 Slider Class 263cc - over[DT only]Pre 75 Age Group Racing 125 -250 - 263cc plus:under 3030 -3940 - 4950 - 5960 - plus70 - plus “super senior class”POST CLASSIC MX & DIRT TRACKPre 85 Solo 125ccPre 85 Solo 250ccPre 85 Solo 263cc - overPre 90 Solo 125ccPre 90 Solo 250ccPre 90 Solo 263 - overEvolution Solo 125ccEvolution Solo 250ccEvolution Solo 263cc - overPre 85 Sidecar up to 1300ccPre 90 Slider Class up to 250cc[DT only]Pre 90 Slider Class 263cc - over[DT only]Evolution Age Group Racing 125 -250 - 263cc plus:under 3030 -3940 - 4950 - 5960 - plus70 - plus “super senior class”108

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT13 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPSDIRT TRACKTRACKClasses Capacities Classes Capacities**Under 19 150cc 2 stroke & 250cc 4 stroke **Under 19 150cc 2 stroke & 250cc 4 stroke**Pro 250 Lites 100cc to 150cc 2 stroke &200cc to 250cc 4 stroke**Pro 250 Lites 100cc to 150cc 2 stroke &200cc to 250cc 4 strokePro 450 Open 250cc 2 stroke & 450cc 4 stroke Pro 450 Open 250cc 2-Stroke & 450cc 4stroke250cc Slider 150cc 2 Stroke & Up to 250cc4 Stroke250cc Slider 150cc 2 Stroke & Up to 250cc4 StrokeMX Open 500cc 2 Stroke & Over 460cc4 strokeMX Pro Open Unlimited 500cc 2 Stroke &Over 460cc 4 stroke**Pro Open Unlimited (MX & Sliders)**500cc Long Up to 500cc 4 stroke SliderUnlimitedTrack SliderPro Open Unlimited Pro Open Women UnlimitedWomenDirt Track Sidecar Up to 1100cc Dirt Track Sidecar Up to 1100ccLong Track Up to 1100cc(Speedway)SidecarQuad Pro 450 up to 350cc 2 stroke & 450cc4 strokeQuad Pro 450 Up to 350cc 2 stroke & 450cc4 strokeQuad Open Up to 550cc 2 stroke & 700cc4 strokeQuad Open Up to 550cc 2 stroke & 700cc4 strokeQuad OpenWomenUp to 550cc 2 stroke & 700cc4 strokeQuad OpenWomenUp to 550cc 2 stroke & 700cc4 stroke**NOTE: Where there are insufficient entries for the 250ccslider class, these machines may be combined with theevents marked **.MACHINES MUST HAVE FRONT & REAR BRAKES**NOTE: Where there are insufficient entries for the 250ccslider class, these machines may be combined with theevents marked **.MACHINES MUST HAVE ONE EFFECTIVE BRAKE FORTHE UNDER 19 & PRO 250 CLASSES. BRAKES ARE NOTFITTED FOR THE 500CC SLIDER CLASSQuad Pro450Quad OpenQUAD SPEEDWAY450cc 4 stroke350cc 2 strokeUp to 550cc 2 stroke & 700cc4 strokeQUAD ENDUROQuad Open Up to 550cc 2 stroke & 700cc4 strokeQuad Up to 850cc Up to 850cc109

13 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPSenjoy the ride13.2.9 Categories for Junior Australian ChampionshipsTRACK AND DIRT TRACK65cc7-U9 Yrs, 9-U13 Yrs85cc 2-Stroke & 150cc 4 Stroke, Standard Wheel9-U11 Yrs, 11-U13 Yrs,13-U1685cc 2-Stroke & 150cc 4 Stroke, Big Wheel11-U13 Yrs, 13-U16 Yrs85cc 2-Stroke & 150cc 4 Stroke, Standard & Big Wheel, Girls11-U16 Yrs**85cc 2-Stroke & 150cc 4 Stroke, Sliders only13-U16 Yrs85cc 4 Stroke Modified7-U10 Yrs, 10- U14 Yrs**100cc to 150cc 2 Stroke13-U16 Yrs100cc to 150cc 2 Stroke & 200cc to 250cc 4 Stroke, Girls13-U16 Yrs**100cc to 150cc 2 Stroke & 200cc to 250cc 4 Stroke13-U16 Yrs**100cc to 150cc 2 Stroke & 200cc to 250cc 4 Stroke, Sliders only13-U16 Yrs**200cc to 250cc 4 Stroke13-U 16 Yrs**NOTE: Where there are insufficient entries for the slider classes, these machines may be combined withthe events marked**. ALL MACHINES MUST HAVE FRONT & REAR BRAKES. (Applicable ONLY to riders 13 tounder 16 yrs, and at the discretion of the RCB)OFF ROADJ1-85cc 2 stroke & Up to 150cc 4 stroke (Standard Wheel only)J2-85cc 2 stroke & Up to 150cc 4 strokeJ3-125cc - 200cc 2-stroke & 150cc - 250cc 4-strokeJ4-125cc - 200cc 2-stroke & 150cc - 250cc 4-stroke9-11yrs12-15yrs13-14 yrs15 yrs110CLASSIC MOTOCROSS AND DIRT TRACKUp to 125cc 2-stroke and up to 250cc 4-stroke 13 to U16 yrsMOTOCROSS50cc Division 27 to U9 yrs65cc Solo7 to U9 yrs, 9 to U11 yrs, 11 to U13 yrs - NOTE: 11 to U13yrs age group will change to 11 to U12 yrs in 201485cc 2-stroke/150cc 4 stroke (Standard Wheel) 9 to U12 yrs85cc 2-stroke/150cc 4 stroke (Standard / Big Wheel) 12 to U14 yrs, 14 to U16 yrs150cc 4-stroke (Standard Wheel)9 to U12 yrs150cc 4-stroke (Standard / Big Wheel)12 to U14 yrs, 14 to U16 yrs128cc to 150cc 2-stroke & 200cc to 250cc 4-stroke 13 to U15 yrs, 15 yrs100cc to 125cc 150cc 2-stroke13 to U15 yrs, 15 yrsSidecar 80cc-100cc 2-stroke/ 150cc 4-stroke9 to U13 yrsSidecar 80cc - 100cc 2-stroke/ 150cc 4-stroke 13 to U16 yrs85cc 2-stroke/150cc 4-stroke All Wheel, Girls12 to U16 yrs100cc to150cc 2-stk & 200cc to 250cc 4-stk, Girls 13 to U16 yrsQuad 90cc 2-stroke & 110cc 4-stroke Limited7 to U10 yrsQuad 90cc 2-stroke & 110cc 4-stroke Limited9 to U13 yrsQuad 60cc - 90cc 2-stk & 85cc - 125cc 4-stroke Comp 9 to U13 yrsQuad 200cc 2-stroke & 300cc 4-stroke Comp12 OB20 to U16 Prixhistoric yrs 2/06/10 11:55 AM Page 1Quad 200cc 2-stroke & 300cc 4-stroke Comp, Girls 12 to U16 yrsSPEEDWAY125 Solo Under 16 years - Individual125 Solo Under 16 years - Teams250/350cc Solo 14 to U16 years- Individual250cc Sidecar 11 to U16 years-Rider & PassengerCLASSJunior 7-12 yearsJunior OpenJunior WomenMOTO-TRIALSCAPACITYUp to 200 125cc13 to U15 years Open capacity7 to U15 yrs up to 125cc OpenFibreglass Replica Part Productionfor Classic Road, Race Bikesand Vintage MX Part molding and reproduction Parts painted original and custom Plastic and fibreglass repairwww.prixhistoric.com.auPh: 0418 356 478info@prixhistoric.com.au

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT13.3 CHAMPIONSHIP MEDALLIONS ANDTROPHIES13.3.1 Individual Competitions13.3.1.1 MA medallions will be presented tothe 1st, 2nd and 3rd riders in eachchampionship solo class and the first,second and third rider and passengerin the championship sidecar class at allAustralian championship meetings.13.3.2 All Competitions13.3.2.1 At least the first 3 place getters in anyAustralian Championship event must beawarded a sash or similar permanentmemento of the achievement by thePromoter, irrespective of MA awards.13.3.3 Australian Enduro Teams Championships13.3.3.1 MA medallions will be presented to themembers of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd placedteams in the state trophy and junior trophycompetition at the Australian Enduroteams Championships.13.3.4 Australian Road Race Championships13.3.4.1 Medallions and points will be awarded inthe Australian Road Race Championshipswhere there are:a) 15 or more starters for solo classeswhich actually participate in practice,qualifying or races,b) 10 or more starters for sidecarclasses which actually participate inpractice, qualifying or races.13.3.5 Other Australian Championships13.3.5.1 Medallions and points will be awarded inall other Australian Championships wherethere are:a) 10 or more starters for solo classeswhich actually participate in practice,qualifying or races,b) 6 or more starters for sidecar classeswhich actually participate in practice,qualifying or races,c) For Historic Road Racing see GCR16.12d) For Moto Trials see GCR 6 or more starters for Pre 60 and Pre65 Classic Motocross and Dirt Track.f) 6 or more starters for all femaleclasses which actually participate inpractice, qualifying or races.13 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPSg) 6 or more starters for Junior Quadclasses which actually participatein practice, qualifying or races,h) For Speedway classes see rule19. For the purposes of determining eligibilityto compete for medallions, the capacitycategories set out in the above table forpre-1975 Classic Motocross are dividedinto the following age group classes:a) Under 30,b) 30 years to under 40,c) 40 years to under 50,d) 50 years to under 60,e) 60 years and over,f) Juniors aged 13 to under 16 years. For Moto-Trials, the minimum number ofstarters shall be Duke of Edinburgh Trophies13.3.6.1 The Duke of Edinburgh Trophies will beinscribed each year with the names of thewinners of the highest capacity solo andsidecar Australian Championship for thefollowing:a) Australian Superbike ChampionshipSeries – Superbike and Sidecar,b) Open MX1 class of the AustralianMotocross Championships,c) Australian Dirt Track Championships250cc 2-stk & 450cc 4-stk ProOpen FTX Solo and Up to 1100ccDirt Track Sidecar,d) Australian SpeedwayChampionships — Solo and Sidecar, The winners of the Duke of EdinburghTrophy will be entitled to have aphotograph taken of them with the trophy. The cost of the photograph will besubject to price approval by the SCB andrecoverable from MA. The trophies will be held by MA.13.3.7 Promotion of Australian Championships13.3.7.1 Programs for Australian Championshipsmust:a) Indicate on the front cover the natureof the event,b) Give visual prominence to titleevents over support events.111

13 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPSenjoy the ride13.3.7.2 At all Australian Championships:a) An MA flag and banner must be ondisplay at the start or finish line at theevent,b) Competitors must place an MAsupplied logo on the front numberplate of their machines. The MA logo must be displayed followingthe logo use style-guide issued by MA:a) On all publications relating to theevent,b) On the front cover of the eventprogram.13.3.8 Listing of Australian Championships inState Calendars13.3.8.1 The event calendar of an SCB hosting 1or more Australian Championships in anyyear:a) Must list each AustralianChampionship being hosted by thatSCB in that year,b) Must be sent to MA and all otherSCBs by no later than 31 st Octoberof the preceding year.ZAPracingsharkg u a r dZAP racing shark guards* No drilling required* Attaches to bobbin mount* Available for most sports bikes* Required for racingAlso available:ZAP racing engine coversGB Racing engine coversenginecovers112ZAP racing motorcycle accessoriestel 0417 977 828 info@zapracing.com.auwww.zapracing.com.au

14 2012 IN PICTURESenjoy the rideClockwise from above:MX Nationals (Adam Riemann)WSBK Brian StarringSX Shane RiceWomens MX Megan RutledgeA4DE Daniel Milner (Random Image Photography)114

2013 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT14 2012 IN PICTURESClockwise from above:Jess Gardiner (Random Image Photography)Casey StonerChris Holder (Cristopher Horne)Australasian Safari Jake Smith (Mike Chmiel)ISDE Team (Future 7 Media)115

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