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T.V.R.C. RULE BOOK 4TH EDITION 2017 RULEBOOK REVISION #8

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. CLASSES AND ELIGIBILITY  2. TECHNICAL INSPECTIONS  3. RIDER ELIGIBILITY AND RACING NUMBERS  4. SCORING

5. PROTESTS  6. RULES AND REGULATIONS  7. CONSTITUTION


SECTION 1   CLASSES AND MOTORCYCLE ELIGIBILITY

Vintage

1.1 THE TEXAS PREMIER CLASS INCLUDES ALL MOTORCYCLES PRODUCED IN 1971 AND EARLIER. EXAMPLES OF THESE INCLUDE, BUT NOT LIMITED TO: ALL B-50 POWERED MOTORCYCLES, ALL RICKMAN BUILT MOTORCYCLES WITH 1971 OR EARLIER ENGINE, ALL CZ BUILT MOTORCYCLES WITH 1971 STYLE FRAMES, ALL VINTAGE CLASS RULES APPLY

1.2 THE VINTAGE CLASSES  INCLUDES ALL MOTORCYCLES MODEL YEAR 1975 AND EARLIER.  REQUIREMENTS:

1.2.1 SUSPENSION TRAVEL OR AXLE TRAVEL IS LIMITED TO 7" ON THE FRONT FORKS AND 4" OF AXLE TRAVEL IN THE REAR.

1.2.2 ALL MODIFICATIONS MUST BE CONSISTENT WITH THE CLASS AND TIME PERIOD.

1.2.3 FRAMES, FORKS, ENGINES, ECT. MUST BE PRODUCED IN 1975 OR EARLIER.

1.3 THE VINTAGE SMALL BORE CLASS INCLUDES ALL 0-200 CC MOTORCYCLES MODEL YEAR 1975 AND EARLIER. ALL VINTAGE CLASS RULES APPLY. 

 1.4 VINTAGE OVER 50 IS A SINGLE ABILITY LEVEL CLASS FOR RIDERS 50 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER ON ANY VINTAGE LEGAL MOTORCYCLE.

1.5 VINTAGE OVER 60 IS A SINGLE ABILITY LEVEL CLASS FOR RIDERS 60 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER ON ANY VINTAGE LEGAL MOTORCYCLE.

1.6 VINTAGE OVER 70 IS A SINGLE ABILITY CLASS FOR RIDERS OVER 70 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER ON ANY VINTAGE LEGAL MOTORCYCLE.

 

Gran Prix (post vintage)

1.7 THE GP2 CLASS CONSISTS OF ALL MOTORCYCLES MODEL YEAR 1981 AND EARLIER.

1.8 THE GP3 CLASS CONSISTS OF ALL MOTORCYCLES MODEL YEAR 1988 AND EARLIER  .

1.9 THE GP3 SMALL BORE CLASS CONSISTS OF ALL MOTORCYCLES MODEL YEAR 1988 AND EARLIER 200CC AND LESS.

1.10 GP4 CONSISTS OF ALL MOTORCYCLES MODEL YEAR 1997 AND EARLIER. 

1.11 THE GP4 SMALL BORE CLASS CONSISTS OF ALL MOTORCYCLES MODEL YEAR 1997 AND EARLIER 200cc AND LESS. 

1.12 GP5 CONSISTS OF ALL MOTORCYCLES MODEL YEAR 2008 AND EARLIER. NO FOUR STROKES ALLOWED IN THIS CLASS.

1.13 NO LATER MODEL FRAMES, FORKS, OR ENGINES MAY BE USED UNLESS THEY ARE IDENTICAL TO WHAT WAS AVAILABLE IN THE YEAR DESIGNATION OF THESE CLASSES. ANY LEVEL BIKE QUALIFIES FOR ANY CLASS ABOVE  ITS OWN LEVEL.

 1.14 GP OVER 40 IS A SINGLE ABILITY LEVEL CLASS FOR RIDERS 40 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER ON ANY GP3 LEGAL AND OLDER MOTORCYCLE.

1.15 GP OVER 50 IS A SINGLE ABILITY LEVEL CLASS FOR RIDERS 50 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER ON ANY GP3 LEGAL AND OLDER MOTORCYCLE.

1.16 GP OVER 60 IS A SINGLE ABILITY LEVEL CLASS FOR RIDERS 60 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER ON ANY GP3 LEGAL AND OLDER MOTORCYCLE.

1.17 GP OVER 70 IS A SINGLE ABILITY LEVEL CLASS FOR RIDERS 70 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER ON ANY GP3 LEGAL AND OLDER MOTORCYCLE.


SECTION 2

TECHNICAL INSPECTIONS, MODIFICATIONS AND SAFETY

2.1 ALL MODIFICATIONS MUST BE CONSISTENT WITH CLASS AND PERIOD.

2.2 EVERY MEMBER OF TVRC IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING THAT EQUIPMENT IS IN PROPER REPAIR.

2.3 TVRC MEMBERS SHALL OBEY ALL POSTED RACETRACK RULES AND PRACTICE GOOD SAFETY HABITS WHILE ENGAGED IN COMPETITION.

2.4 CENTER AND/OR SIDE STANDS ARE NOT PERMITTED AND MUST BE REMOVED.

2.5 ALL TWO STROKE MACHINES MUST BE FITTED WITH EFFICIENT SILENCERS. THE ONLY EXCEPTION IS PREMIER MACHINES FITTED WITH BLOOIE PIPES.

2.6 ALL MACHINES MUST DISPLAY THREE NUMBER PLATES, WITH CONTRASTING COLOR SCHEMES LEGIBLE TO SCORE KEEPERS, ONE MOUNTED ON THE FRONT AND ONE ON EACH SIDE MOUNTED IN A WAY THAT IT WILL NOT BE BLOCKED BY THE RIDER.


SECTION 3

RIDER ELIGIBILITY AND RACING NUMBERS

3.1 NO RIDER MAY SIGN UP AS A "B" LEVEL RIDER AT HIS OR HER FIRST RACE. YOU MUST SIGN UP AS AN "A", AND THEN BE OBSERVED BY THE OFFICERS. A DECISION WILL THEN BE MADE BASED UPON RIDER ABILITY.

3.2 ABILITY CATEGORIES ARE "A" AND "B". AMATUER & PRO SKILL LEVEL RIDERS WILL BE PLACED IN THE "A" CATEGORY. "B" IS FOR BEGINNERS. ANY SIZE MOTORCYCLE MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR PARTICIPATION AS LONG AS IT COMPLIES WITH T.V.R.C. GUIDELINES PUBLISHED IN THIS RULE BOOK.

3.3 A RIDER MAY MOVE UP A SKILL LEVEL AT THEIR DISCRETION. A RIDER MAY MOVE DOWN A SKILL LEVEL ONLY WITH T.V.R.C. OFFICERS PERMISSION.

3.4 TVRC MEMBERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO USE THEIR AHRMA ASSIGNED RACE NUMBER. IF NO AHRMA NUMBER IS ASSIGNED, THEY SHOULD USE THE NUMBER OF THEIR PREFERENCE.

NOTE* THE RIDER, NOT THE MOTORCYCLE IS THE ENTRY. A RIDER MAY SWITCH MOTORCYCLES AS LONG AS THE MOTORCYCLE�S NUMBER IS THE SAME. OTHERWISE IT IS ELIGIBLE FOR PROTEST. IT IS THE RIDERS RESPONSIBILITY TO NOTIFY THE SCOREKEEPER TRACKSIDE AND THE SECRETARY OF T.V.R.C WHEN THERE IS A CHANGE OF NUMBER. THIS MUST BE DONE PRIOR TO THE SCHEDULED MOTO.


SECTION 4

SCORING

4.1 SERIES SCORING

SERIES SCORING WILL BE By Moto AS FOLLOWS:

25 POINTS FOR FIRST, 22 POINTS FOR SECOND, 21 POINTS FOR THIRD, 20 POINTS FOR FOURTH, 19 POINTS FOR FIFTH, 18 POINTS FOR SIXTH, 17 POINTS FOR SEVENTH, 16 POINTS FOR EIGHTH, 15POINTS FOR NINTH, 14 POINTS FOR TENTH, 13 POINTS FOR ELEVENTH, 12 POINTS FOR TWELTH,  11 POINTS FOR THIRTEENTH, 10 POINTS FOR FOURTENTH, 9 POINTS FOR FIFTHTENTH, 8 POINTS FOR SIXTENTH, 7 POINTS FOR SEVENTENTH,  6 POINTS FOR EIGHTTENTH, 5 POINTS FOR NINETENTH, 4 POINTS FOR TWENTETH.

LAST PLACE POINTS (NOT TO EXCEED 15 POINTS) FOR DID NOT FINISH (DNF)

*0 POINTS FOR DID NOT START (DNS)*

4.2 SCORING ERRORS MUST BE REPORTED TO T.V.R.C. Vice President OR DESIGNEE.

4.3. IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, ONE MOTO WILL DECIDE AN EVENT.


SECTION 5

PROTESTS

5.1 A TVRC MEMBER MAY PROTEST A RIDER OR MOTORCYCLE IN HIS OR HER CLASS ONLY. THE PROTEST MUST BE ON THE SAME DAY OF THE EVENT. THE PROTEST PROCESS IS AS FOLLOWS:

5.2 THE PROTESTER MUST INFORM THE TECH INSPECTOR OR AN OFFICER OF TVRC, WHICHEVER IS APPLICABLE.

5.3 AN INVESTIGATION WILL BE CONDUCTED IN ORDER TO PROVIDE FACTS CONCERNING THE INCIDENT.

5.4 A DECISION WILL BE RENDERED AND REPORTED TO THE EXECUTIVE BOARD.

5.5 THE EXECUTIVE BOARD WILL ENFORCE THE DECISION.


SECTION 6

RULES AND REGULATIONS

6.1 OFFICIALS ARE ELECTED ONCE A YEAR. THEIR POSITIONS AND THEIR DESCRIPTIONS ARE LISTED IN THE CONSTITUTION.

6.2 RULE CHANGES AND CLASS MODIFICATIONS MAY BE DISCUSSED AND VOTED ON UNDER ARTICLE 12 OF THE CONSTITUTION.

6.3 ANNUAL DUES ARE $40.00 AND ARE DUE JANUARY, 1 OF EACH YEAR.

6.4 ALL RULES ARE SUBJECT TO INTERPRETATION BY THE ELECTED OFFICERS OF THE CLUB AND MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT IMMEDIATE NOTICE.  ALL CHANGES WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT EARLIEST POSSIBLE OPPORTUNITY.

 

 

 

King of the Ant Hill:

Basically desired to be XR75/80 and similar machine/pit bike class.

Legal machines include: Honda XR, XL, SL, CT 70-80cc Mini Enduro, GT80, TM75, Gaucho 50 Rupp Etc..

No production or custom MX bikes. No factory race bikes: YZ, CR, RM, KX Hodakas or any other MXer

Bikes must be air cooled, twin shock, drum brakes, 17 in front wheel max and period correct suspension.

Period mods exceptable are: Webco Heads, porting, carb, intakes, cams pipes, swing arms.

Shocks may be laid down or moved forward, but must remian period correct and kept to correct travel.

NO BIG BORE KITS 80cc MAX

 

King of the Fire Ant Hill:

80cc 2 stroke, 100cc 4 stroke limits.

Air cooled, drum brakes, twin shocks (except for YZ or period correct DG style specials).

Shocks may be laid down or moved forward, but must remian period correct and kept to correct travel.

Any engine mods go as long as it does not exceed the displacement limit. 19" front wheel maximum size

   

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