NKRA ASR’s 2023
NATIONAL KART RACING ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIP 2023
Additional Supplementary Regulations (1) for N.K.R.A. 2023
- The entry fee for the weekend is negotiated at Club members’ rates. Entries will close at Midnight ( Saturday) 7 days prior to the event. Late entries may be accepted but will be placed at the rear of the grid for each heat.
- Withdrawal after the closing date will result in the full entry fee being charged. Withdrawal before the closing date will result in a £ 20 admin charge. (Or at the discretion of the host club)
- Post-race scrutineering will take place as normal, however, if deemed necessary by the scrutineer, the first 3 will be taken to the importers for
a moredetailed inspection attended by the eligibility scrutineer. The driver, or an elective representative, will be able to be present. In this event, all results, announced on the day, are deemed provisional until all aspects of scrutineering are completed.
Additional Supplementary Regulations (2) for the Junior & Formula Blue Classes
To complement post-race scrutineering and to ensure compliance with the requirement for Marked Parts and Sequential numbering, a Formula Blue specific additional Scrutineering Card may be issued, where the sequentially numbered parts must be listed against the engine(s) in use.
The sequentially numbered parts are:
CLUTCH DRUM; CLUTCH; CYLINDER; PISTON; IGNITION (ROTOR & STATOR); ECU; CON ROD ( JUNIOR).
This will be extra to the standard scrutineering card, as supplied by the host club, and must be presented to the scrutineer at the time of pre-race scrutineering. If during the meeting the information becomes incorrect (eg: one changes the clutch) the scrutineers must be informed in writing. ( eg: Go see the scrutineer and change the card.)
In the event of the scrutineer requiring sight of the sequential marking and numbering, it is the competitor’s responsibility to ensure that the markings are visible. In the case of the Piston head (if a carbon-producing oil is used), the competitor will be allowed to scrape any carbon deposit off to reveal the official marking and numbering.
The cards will be available from TABOR at the race meeting.
ADDITIONAL SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS (3) FOR FORMULA BLUE CLASS.
If Registrations for Formula BLUE in the NKRA Regionals reach the capped limit, a reserve list will come into effect.
For each Regional Round entries will open as per the host’s policy. These entries will close at 12 pm (midnight) on Saturday 7 days before the race weekend. At that point, if the entry list has not reached the capped limit (30) then competitors from the reserve list will be accepted in descending order ( as per reserve list) until the entry list is full. If the capped number of entries has not been reached by the closing time and date ( including the reserve list), then late entries up to the capped limit may be accepted. ( As per ASR 1 )
ADDITIONAL SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS (4)
1a. All competitors who have, prior to 2023, raced at NKRA events will be provided with an NKRA race card.
1b. Competitors unable to comply with 1a., will be assessed for their track and race competency by an NKRA-designated official, on the practice day prior to the race meeting. Once competency is proved, they will be eligible to race but will start at the rear of the grid for all heats and display novice (black number places).
1c. Following the award of 3 passes ( from 3 separate meetings) the competitor will be provided with an NKRA race card. They will, thereafter, be able to race with standard predetermined grid positions in the heats. Competitors who secured a novice race pass, at an NKRA member club’s race meeting during 2022, will be able to count it towards the required 3.
ADDITIONAL SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS (5)
Appointment of assistant eligibility scrutineer – Mr. Trevor Andrews ( regulation 1.2.2)