DATE : 17th MARCH 1996 - MSVR

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DATE : 17th MARCH 1996 - MSVR

EVENT:2011 MCE InsuranceBritish SuperbikeChampionship - Round 8DATE:Friday/Saturday/SundayAugust 5/6/7 2011CIRCUIT: Brands Hatch PERMIT NO. 2011/I-008 (BSB)2011/N-008 (British/National Champs)BULLETIN ONE - FINAL INSTRUCTIONS (08-01)This bulletin is supplementary to the MCRCB Sporting Code, the MCRCB General and ChampionshipRegulations as detailed in the 2011 MCRCB Yearbook.THIS EVENT WILL CONTAIN TWO CIRCUIT CONFIGURATIONS - BRANDS HATCH INDY AND BRANDS HATCHGP1. ADMISSION TO THE CIRCUIT AND PADDOCK ARRANGEMENTSAll working vehicle parking will be under the instructions of the MSVR-BSB Paddock Parking crew, strictly inaccordance with the attached paddock plan. There will be no access to the paddock outside of the timesbelow. Please do not attempt to enter the paddock at other times without specific authorisation.Wednesday/Thursday access to all areas is via the main A20 gate. Access then ceases from this location onFriday at 07.00am when all teams access is via the Scratchers Lane paddock vehicle entrance. PrivateVehicle pass holders may go directly to the Private Vehicle parking area in the “triangles” opposite thepaddock entrance, accessible at all times and then access the venue via the paddock pedestrian gates – or inyellow car park – see paddock/site plan at www.msvracing.co.uk/bsbThere is no private vehicle access to the working paddock. Only “Working Vehicle”, “Access AllAreas” “Living Vehicle” or “Crew Vehicles” (limited access only) pass holders are permitted within thesecure paddocks. All private vehicles and non essential vehicles will not be permitted in the paddock.ARTIC CAB UNITS MAY NEED TO BE REMOVED AND PARKED IN A SPECIAL AREA IF DIRECTED.1.1 ARRIVAL TIMES:TEAMS – HOSPITALITY & TRADE - PADDOCK ARRIVAL & SET UP SCHEDULEGARAGE HOLDERS ONLY Wed eveningThursdayFrom 20:00 – 21:0009:00–11:00ARTICS: NOT ALLOCATED Thursday 09:00 – 12:00GARAGESHOSPITALITY From Wednesday 09:00- 17:00 or earlier by arrangementonlyTYRE TRADE Wednesday By arrangement with PaddockManagerALL OTHER TEAMS * + LIVINGVEHICLESThursdayFriday09:00 – 20:0007:30 – 15:00NO ACCESS OUTSIDE OR AFTERTHESE TIMESTRADE Thursday 14:00 – 20:00ALL VEHICLE PASSES MUST BE CLEARLY DISPLAYED AND AFFIXED TO THE WINDOWNO PASS = NO ADMISSIONThere will be no access to the paddock for parking up outside of the above times and in principal thereshould be no vehicle movements into or out of the paddock after 22.00hrs in consideration of thoseliving/sleeping in the paddock.Final Instructions Brands Hatch v1 – 5.6.7 August 2011 – Page 1 of 7


1.2 SIGNING ON & TYRE STICKER COLLECTIONIS IN THE RACE ADMINSITRATION BUILDING WHICH IS LOCATED NEXT TO THE PIT COMPLEXREGISTERED RIDERS OVER 18 YRS MAY SIGN ON ONCE FOR THE SEASONFOR RIDERS UNDER 18 AND ANY ONE EVENT RIDERS:It is necessary to sign-on once, BEFORE going through Technical Control.ALL COMPETITORS SIGNING ON MUST HAND IN THEIR VALID RACING LICENCE AT THE TIME OFSIGNING ON, WHICH WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR COLLECTION LATER AT THE RIDERS BRIEFING.If not supplied prior to the event Competitors from overseas Federations, including the MCUI, must produce aCopy of official start permission.OPENING TIMES:SIGN ONThursday 1400 – 1730Friday 0730 – 1400TYRE STICKER COLLECTIONThursday 1500 – 1700Friday 0730 – 14001.3 PIT BOX ALLOCATION1. HM PLANT HONDA2. HM PLANT HONDA3. SAMSUNG CRESCENT RACING4. SAMSUNG CRESCENT RACING5. SWAN YAMAHA6. SWAN YAMAHA7. RELENTLESS SUZUKI BY TAS8. RELENTLESS SUZUKI BY TAS9. MSS COLCHESTER KAWASAKI10. MSS COLCHESTER KAWASAKI11. KAWASAKI WSB TEAM12. KAWASAKI WSB TEAM13. MOTORPOINT YAMAHA14. MOTORPOINT YAMAHA15. RAPID SOLICITORS-BATHAMS DUCATI16. RAPID SOLICITORS-BATHAMS DUCATI17. TYCO HONDA18. TYCO HONDA19. PR1MO RACING20. SORRYMATE.COM HONDA21. WFR HONDA22. WFR HONDA23. BUILDBASE BMW24. BUILDBASE BMW25. SPLITLATH MOTORSPORT26. SPLITLATH MOTORSPORT27. MOTORAPIDO DUCATI28. 777RR/RED VIPER SPYKE29. BOURNEMOUTH KAWASAKI/MARKS BLOOM30. GEARLINK31. SETON32. PADGETTS1.4 VEHICLESWorking and Living vehicles without the appropriate pass will be held in the holding area until such time as avalid pass is obtained.OFFICIALS & BSB TEAM PRINCIPLESBehind Hospitality via “K” gate – pedestrian access to centre pits via startline tunnel – see paddock and siteplan on www.msvracing.co.uk/bsbFinal Instructions Brands Hatch v1 – 5.6.7 August 2011 – Page 2 of 7


PRIVATE VEHICLESIn the “triangles” opposite Scratchers Lane entrance or “yellow car park” – see paddock and site plan onwww.msvracing.co.uk/bsbHOSPITALITYAll hospitality will be placed in a “village” in the area behind the Brabham and Stewart permanenthospitality suites. All structures must be built by the end of Friday. Additional passes (limited) willprovided for team scooter and delivery vehicles requiring access to the area. This area is in full viewof the public and any sub standard presented vehicles will be removed. To minimise the damage toground conditions vehicles movements over the site must be kept to an absolute minimum. A TVpicture signal will be fed to a central point and teams may tap into this by using standard video coaxcable (such as PSF1/3), the end to connect to the distribution point would need be a 75ohm BNC plug.British Eurosport (SKY Channel 410) will broadcast live racing between 13:00 – 14:30 and 16:00-17:30on Saturday and 11:00-18:00 on Sunday.BSB TEAM HOSPITALITY GUESTS – GRANDSTAND TICKETSOpen Grandstand seat tickets for the Deserie Wilson stand (underneath the Stewart Centre HospitalitySuite) will be available from race administration.All other teams can purchase grandstand tickets at a reduced rate atwww.motorsportvision.co.uk/passholdersPADDOCK DELIVERYFor exceptional circumstances a “Paddock Delivery Pass” may be issued for a specific time period.These are available from the Race Administration Centre.VEHICLES – GENERALAll vehicles must comply in principal with the conditions set in the 2011 Supplementary Regulations.2. RACE ADMINISTRATION CENTREThe Race Administration Centre is located on the first floor of the race control building.3. PASSESPLEASE NOTE THAT ONLY A GENUINE/SUBSTANSIATED REASON FOR PASS MODIFICATIONS WILLBE CONSIDERED AND A CHARGE OF £20 PER PASS CHANGE MAY BE APPLIED. MSVR MAYSUBSTITUTE PERMANENT PASSES FOR ONE EVENT PASSES AT THEIR DISCRETION.A TEAMS GUEST PASS SALE FACILITY WILL BE OPERATIVE IN RACE ADMINISTRATION DURINGFRIDAY/SATURDAY COVERING BRANDS HATCH AND CADWELL PARK.4. TECHNICAL CONTROL / RIDERS BRIEFING SCHEDULESTECHNICAL SCHEDULEFriday 10:45 – 11:15 Ducati 848 – outer paddock bayFriday 11:15 – 11:45 XR1200 Trophy (in H-D marquee)Friday 11:45 – 12:15 Triumph (in TTC awning)Friday 13.00 – 13.45 Superstock 600Friday 13.45 – 14.30 Superstock 1000Friday 14.30 – 15.15 125GPFriday 15.15 – 15.30 Triumph Young Guns (not competing in a BSB class) – outer paddock bayFriday 15.30 – 16.45 Superbike and SupersportALL riders participating in the event should present themselves in full racing attire at Technical Controlanytime before their first official practice.NEW RIDERS COMPULSORY BRIEFINGREPORT TO BRIEFING ROOM BELOW RACE ADMINISTATION AT 13:00 HRS FRIDAYFinal Instructions Brands Hatch v1 – 5.6.7 August 2011 – Page 3 of 7


5. ACCESS TO THE CIRCUIT AND PIT LANEPrior to practice periods/races, non garage holders should proceed via the route beyond the pits (garage 34)into the Pitlane.6. TO EXIT THE CIRCUIT6.1 After taking the chequered flag during PRACTICES AND WARM UP all machines except Superbike andSupersport must exit the circuit at of Cooper Straight and enter the pit lane.6.2 Machines of riders involved in the finishing ceremony - the riders must stop on their machines at the podiumarea. Their machines must be taken to the parc ferme by a team member.6.3 Teams/Riders must observe the parc ferme regulations. Failure to comply may mean exclusion from thatpractice session or the race. When parc ferme conditions are7. PLUG CHOP AREA (125cc)Cooper Straight8. PRACTICE STARTSa) Pit Lane Exit, at any time.b) After the Chequered Flag on the circuit AWAY FROM THE “RACING LINE”c) For classes other than Superbike & Supersport – confined to Cooper Straight9. START PROCEDUREINDY CIRCUIT - There will one sighting lap and TWO warm up laps for all classes.GP CIRCUIT - There will one sighting lap and ONE warm up lap for all classes with a warm up session (BSB,Supersport, 125GP, Superstock 600 and Superstock 1000).For Manufacturer classes (Triumph, Ducati and Harley-Davidson) There will one sighting lap and TWO warmup laps.10. START PROCEDURE – SUPERBIKE & SUPERSPORTRiders positioned on the first four rows of the grid must remove their helmets from the time ofcompletion of the sighting lap to the display of the “3 Minutes” board for the purpose of TV gridinterviews. In the event of a wet or restarted race this will not be required.11. POST RACE PROCEDURES/PRESS CONFERENCESAt the end of each race the first three Riders will be directed to a special area (marked out 1 st – 2 nd – 3 rd ) forthe post race interviews and podium ceremony. One helper per rider only is permitted in this area.12. FUELSunoco Race Fuels/AAOC will be available onsite adjacent to the petrol pumps area in the paddock. Theresults of the fuel testing by MSVR are a matter of fact. All fuel orders must be placed in advance of theevent – please call 01929 551557.Setup day 3pm – 7pmFriday 7.30am – 6.30pmSaturday 7.30am – 6.00pmSunday 8am – 5.30pm13. PIT LANE SPEED LIMITThe Pit Lane Speed Limit will be enforced with the use of a radar.The maximum speed is 60 kph.You will be warned for the first offence but any subsequent offences will be penalised.14. NOISE RESTRICTIONSEngines may not be started before 08.30 or after 18.30. The Noise Testing Area is at the entrance to TechnicalControl.15. PADDOCK TRANSPORT (SCOOTERS)The use of Paddock transport is granted on the express condition that it is to help teams to function during anevent.Final Instructions Brands Hatch v1 – 5.6.7 August 2011 – Page 4 of 7


Scooter passes will be distributed from the paddock parking team on Friday.Please note that any damage to Paddock transport or accidents are not covered by MCRCB/MSVRinsurance.A MAXIMUM SPEED LIMIT OF 10 MPH APPLIES AT ALL TIMESPADDOCK SCOOTERS MAY BE USED AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES ONLY:FROM ONE HOUR BEFORE THE START OF TRACK ACTIVITIES UNTIL 19.00HRS, AND ONLY FORESSENTIAL JOURNEYS ONLY ON THE SET UP DAY(S).ABUSE OF THESE CONDITIONS WILL BE TREATED AS FOLLOWS.RIDER/TEAM FIRST OFFENCE: Withdrawal of pass for remainder of eventRIDER/TEAM SECOND OFFENCE: Withdrawal of pass for remainder of seasonMORE THAN FIVE OCCURENCES FROM ONE CLASS: Withdrawal of facility for that class for the event.ALL TEAMS ARE ENCOURAGED TO “SELF-POLICE” THE PADDOCK CONCERNING THE USE OFSCOOTERS IN ORDER TO PRESERVE THE FACILITY.16. MEDICAL CENTREMain medical centre manned 24 hours throughout the event.17. FIRE PRECAUTIONSAll Teams must carry a suitable fire extinguisher in accordance with MCRCB Regulations. Random checkswill be carried out to ensure that this is complied with.18. SAFETY CAR DEPLOYEMENT POINTThe Safety Car will enter the circuit either at Cooper Straight or the pit lane exit.19. SPECIAL FLAG AND LIGHTS CONDITIONSDuring free and qualifying practices a stationary white flag may be displayed at the pit exit andMarshals posts 2 and 3 indicating that there are slow moving riders leaving the pit exit. Similarlyriders leaving the pits may be shown a blue flag to indicate that faster riders are approaching.Riders leaving the pit and paddock must keep to the side of the circuit that they exit and not deviate.The use of the waved white flag is retained to indicate any slow moving “non-competing” servicevehicle.20. TRANSPONDERS (RIDER/MOTORCYCLE IDENTIFICATION DEVICE)During all free and qualifying practices, warm up and the races, motorcycles must have fully workingtransponders attached. Any transgression of this may result in the rider being shown the black flag.21. BULLETINS AND REGULATION UPDATESVarious regulations have changed and a number of bulletins have been published to date and are available forview on www.msvracing.co.uk/bsb – copies will also be available from Race Administration21a. SERIES STICKERS – PLEASE NOTE THAT IT IS A CONDITION OF ENTRY TO DISPLAY:- Metzeler motorcycle stickers – Superstock 1000/600 – collection from Complog- Metzeler leathers branding – Superstock 1000/600 – collection from Complog- Metzeler caps on the podium– Superstock 1000/600 – collection from Complog- Sunoco motorcycle front number plate stickers – 125GP – collection from race admin- Pirelli motorcycle front number plate stickers – BSB - collection from race admin- Rapid Solicitors front number plate stickers – Ducati 848 - collection from series co-ordinatorPenalties may be applied for non-compliance.Final Instructions Brands Hatch v1 – 5.6.7 August 2011 – Page 5 of 7


22. SUPERBIKE/SUPERSPORT – TYRE REGULATIONSIN VIEW OF THE SHORTENED SESSION TIMES TYRE STICKER ALLOCATIONS WILL REMAIN AS LISTEDBELOW EVEN WITH ONE FEWER FREE PRACTICE FOR SUPERBIKE AND SUPERSPORTSUPERBIKE CLASSThe Supplier will supply each registered rider participating in thechampionship event, with tyres for each rider for each Championship Event.The minimum assortment available to each rider to be as follows:DRY FRONT - two different solutions (A–B) for a minimum of 6 eachDRY REAR – two different solutions (A-B) for a minimum of 6 eachINTERMEDIATE: one solution (front and rear) for a minimum of 4 setsWET: two different solutions (A-B front and rear) for a minimum of 6 setsTeams will be confined to these selection volumes.Across the 3 x Free Practices and 1 x Qualifying Practice:Tyre use restricted to a total of 6 x fronts and 9 x rears, within this allocation a maximum of 3 DRYREAR tyres only may be used in the qualifying practice – (as per MCRCB regulation F3.1). Tyre stickersfor the 6 x fronts and 9 x rears will be allocated to each rider, and additionally 3 “Q” stickers per riderwhich must also be affixed to the 3 dry rear tyres used in the qualifying practice.For the warm up and the race(s), the number of tyres is unrestricted.A uniform tyre/wheel size will be adopted as per 2011 FIM/MCRCB Superbike regulations.SUPERSPORT CLASSThe Supplier will supply each registered rider participating the championship event, with tyres for eachrider for each Championship Event.The minimum assortment available to each rider to be as follows:DRY FRONT – two different solutions (A–B) for a minimum of 5 eachDRY REAR – two different solutions (A-B) for a minimum of 5 eachINTERMEDIATE: one solution (front and rear) for a minimum of 3 sets.WET: two different solutions (A-B front and rear) for a minimum of 5 sets.Teams will be confined to these selection volumes.Across the 2 x Free Practices and 1 x Qualifying Practice: Tyre use restricted to: 3 x fronts and 5 xrears.For the warm up and the race(s), the number of tyres is unrestricted. Tyres must be a fully moulded typecarrying all size and sidewall marking of the tyres for commercial sale to the public. The depth of the tyretreads must be at least 2.5 mm over the entire tyre pattern width at a pre-race control. The tyres must have apositive and negative tread of 96% positive and minimum 4% negative (land and sea ratio). The maximumdistance from the external edge of the tyre to 50% of the tread elements is 35 mm.Uniform tyre/wheel rim sizes in order to reflect the production derived status of the class and to promote thebest practical and economic situation are adopted.Front: 120/70. Rear Dry: 180/55, Rear Intermediate and Wet: 190/60 - 17".WET weather tyres must be a fully moulded tyre. The use of hand cut tyres is not allowed.Controls: Teams must collect their tyre stickers in accordance with the class tyre allocation from raceadministration on the first day of the event from race admin, failure to do may result in a penalty. Stickers mustbe clearly fixed as per instructions issued by the Tyre Control Official. The tyre controller may at any timedeclare that selected teams identical tyre products are exchanged before use.Final Instructions Brands Hatch v1 – 5.6.7 August 2011 – Page 6 of 7


23. 2011 TYRE CONTROLApplies to Superbike and Supersport for all free practice and qualifying for all front and rear tyres.Applies to Superstock 1000, Superstock 600 for all qualifying, warm up and races for all front and rear tyres.TTC allocation is a maximum of two front + two rears for the qualifying practice, warm up and the races.Control is by means of numbered stickers.Practice (Superbike & Supersport only), qualifying and warm-up sessions.1. An envelope, with the relevant stickers in it, will be available for collection by each team/rider. Where a team runs2 or more riders separate envelopes will be provided for each rider.2. The envelope will contain stickers for both the front and rear tyres, the FRONT stickers having WHITE numbersand the REAR having BLACK numbers.3. The stickers MUST be applied to the relevant tyre wall on the right hand side.4. The clear backing sheet MUST be removed after the sticker has been fixed on the tyre.5. It is not necessary to remove stickers from previous rounds.6. A tyre control area will operate at the pit exit and the rider must slow to walking pace to enable the team to confirmthat the correctly coloured stickers are in place on both tyres and no machine will be allowed to join the trackwithout them being in place. Failure to slow sufficiently to allow this check to be carried out will lead to the riderbeing black-flagged.7. Random checks will be carried out during each session, and in parc ferme, to confirm that the stickers used arethose that were allocated to that rider.Race1. All tyres purchased at the meeting for use in the race will have manufacturers markings that identify them tothe tyre control team and Pirelli staff.2. Checks will be carried out both on the grid and in parc ferme to confirm that only tyres purchased at themeeting are used.Any questions must be referred to a Tyre Control Official.Thank you for your co-operation – we wish you a safe and successful event.Stuart HiggsSeries and Race DirectorClare CoombesSeries AdministratorBSB ADMINISTRATIONCONTACTS01474 875296 TEL01474 874766 FAXbsb@msvracing.co.ukGareth WoodsBSB PIT/PADDOCK & LOGISTICS CO-ORDINATOR 07732 467977Brands Hatch 01474 87233101474 874766 (FAX)Please note that all series sporting and technical information will be posted on www.msvracing.co.uk/bsbFinal Instructions Brands Hatch v1 – 5.6.7 August 2011 – Page 7 of 7

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