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Multi Car Sprint

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Date(s) - Sun May 27 2018
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Mike Pero Motorsport Park

When:                                    Sunday 27th May 2018 

Where:                                  MIKE PERO MOTORSPORT PARK at Ruapuna Park, Hasketts Rd, Templeton.                                                                                                                                           

Documentation                    8:30am – 10:00am
Scrutineering                        8:45am – 9:55am
Drivers Briefing                    10:15am
Event Start                            10:30

Entry fee:                               $100.00
Member Discount                $10.00    (Canterbury Car Club members only)
Log-book Discount:             $10.00 off if your car has a MSNZ Logbook
Junior Entry (21 & Under)  $60.00   (CCC members only, logbook discount doesn’t apply)
Garage:                                 $10.00
Transponder hire                 TBA
Transponder holder            $10.00 (once only)

Payment by Credit Card or Eftpos preferred.                 Race Gas Fuel available onsite.

Clerk of Course:                   Blair Thorpe
Assistant Clerk of Course: Vanessa Thorpe
MSNZ Steward:                  TBC

Permit Number: 180290 

Class 1                   0 – 1300cc
Class 2                   1301 – 1600cc
Class 3                   1601 – 2000cc
Class 4                   2001 – 3000cc
Class 5                   3001 plus cc
Road-car Class: You need to specify this in your entry if you wish to compete in this class.
To be eligible car must have a current WOF and current registration. Engine CC is free.
Car must still meet all aspects of Schedule A, NZ Motorsport Manual No 35.
No roll-cage or half cage (unless single seater / open top sports car)
Tyres: A treaded tyre will be accepted in accordance with manual 35 Appendix two Schedule A, page 242– NO slicks.
You can NOT enter both road-car class and a race cc class in the same entry.
Car must retain road car appearance, at least 2 front seats, interior trim etc.
A race seat and belts are allowed provided the car still has a warrant and registration.
Decision on what is allowed in this class is final upon chief auditor and / or Clerk of the Course.
A competitor can only run a car in the Road-car Class for a maximum of 2 years or 20 events which ever comes last and a logbook is required after 5 events to continue to stay in the class. If the car is replaced then the count reverts to 0 (zero).


ar to Schedule A requirements, This includes keeping the noise below 95dB(A). Vehicles that exceed 95 dB(A) will be unable to continue to compete until the noise level has been reduced to the required 95 dB(A) or less. Please refer to the Motorsport Manual.
Overalls, Helmet, Extinguisher all as prescribed in schedule A, and we also recommend a neck-brace.
Tyres – FREE. (unless road car class, please see above)
If carrying Passengers a FULL Approved Roll Cage and belts are required.
Current Canterbury Car Club membership or Full membership of any MSNZ affiliated club.
Full M Grade (Clubsport) license or higher mandatory.   Day licences are not available.
Shared Cars: Maximum of 2 drivers per cars

Smoking in pits is prohibited (use the designated areas only Club Rooms lawn and the Wigram Room paved area and spectator areas).
Drinking alcohol is allowed in the Club buildings or adjacent areas
ONLY upon completion of racing.
Pits and Pit lane speeds must be strictly adhered to.
Pit Lane – any competitor or support crew must wear fully enclosed footwear in pit lane.
Pit Wall is out of bounds for the entire event – the Casino Lounge and balcony is available for spectating.
Competitors are required to move off the racing line as soon as they are aware they have mechanical issues or are losing engine fluids.
Competitors must obey the flags at all times.

The Grand Prix Circuit will be used for all Runs, with a maximum of 8 runs counting towards results. (the maximum may be reduced to 6 or less runs at the discretion of the CotC due to time constraints or adverse conditions)

Each Run shall consist of.

    – One Warmup Lap to the starting Grid
– One Standing lap
– Two Flying Laps with the finish signalled by the chequered flag at the finish line.
– One cool down lap and return to the pits.

Run 1 and 2 will be Dual Car Circuit Sprints – This is “qualifying” and these will be used to establish GRIDS for Multi-car sprints.
You must complete Both Qualifying Runs to be eligible for the Multi Car runs.
Groups of up to 14 Cars are Started in Pairs at intervals to minimise overtaking, As each Pair is started all cars shall move forward so each pair has a standing start from the front grid.

Run 3 to 8 (or 6 or less) will be Multi Car Circuit Sprints.
Following an additional Drivers Briefing drivers to allocate Grid Positions and explain Start and Flag procedures, Cars are Gridded Fastest (to the front) to Slowest in Grids of Six (6) cars.
Each grid will be started by Lights (or Flag Drop at the discretion of the CotC.).
Up to Two (2) Grids may be started with the Fastest Grid first and sufficient time delay between each start to ensure there is no passing.
Note. Those who fail to complete both qualifying runs, and those who only wish to do Dual Car Circuit Sprints will complete these runs in the Dual Car format.

Second Drivers (Shared drives) will be placed in the best grid position possible allowing for driver change times or in the Dual Car competitors group to enable the day to be run efficiently. Dual Car competitors will be run in their own group from fastest to slowest.

Multi-Car Championship:
Results will be finishing positions (of each driver, in order of passing the finish line) of their group which will go towards an overall results table).
This will be done for each Multicar sprint – so up to 4 per event.
These will then be split into class, and the total carried on for each Multicar event.
Points will be given the same as the current CCC Speed championship.
After the series year, the results will be tallied and the most points from a driver will win their class. And the most points from overall will win the inaugural Multi-Car Championship Class.
Prizes (or trophies TBC) will also be given to those first in Class 1,2,3,4,5, road-class or Pre-90s. (The winner of the overall prize isn’t eligible for their class prize).

Timing by electronic transponder or by manual stopwatch. Cone displacement = 5 seconds and failure to complete the correct course will result in a DNF (no time).
Best run of each course, accumulated OR all runs accumulated (announced on the day)
To be deemed a finisher and eligible for points 50% of the courses must have a time recorded.

CCC Club Championship – overall place counts
CCC Speed Championship – Overall & Class
CCC Classes: 0 -1300, 1301 – 1600, 1601 – 2000, 2001 – 3000 & 3001+cc and Road-car class.
Also, when applicable, The CCC Interclub Trophy, Drag Trophies, Junior Trophy and Ladies Trophy.

Results and Social
Club rooms bar to be open and are providing food for all participants.
Results announced and printed copy available
Watch our Facebook page for any photos that might be available.
Results are published in the Bulletin and on the web:

Shelly McSaveney               Speed Convenor                 027 669  4847
Jason Smith                          Club Captain                        020 4085 6968
Allan Coker                           Event Secretary                   027 255 2669


Sun Mar 24 2019 @ 8:00 am
Sat Mar 30 2019 - Sun Mar 31 2019 @ 10:00 am
Sat Apr 6 2019 @ 12:00 am
Sat Apr 13 2019 @ 12:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sat Apr 13 2019 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Thu Apr 18 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Sun Apr 28 2019 @ 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Sun May 5 2019 @ 10:45 am - 3:30 pm
Thu May 16 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Sat May 25 2019 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm