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BMU EUROPEAN ROAD RACING CHAMPIONSHIP 7-9 April 2017

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BMU EUROPEAN ROAD RACING CHAMPIONSHIP 7-9 April 2017


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Serres Circuit

RR01 Each year BMU organizes BMU European Road Racing Championship (BMU ECRR), open for individual riders and national teams.

RR02 In order to participate in BMU ECRR, every rider must correspond with the requirements of article 5 of the BMU Rules.
RR02.1 In order to participate in BMU ECRR, the riders in the Formula 600/1000

classes should not have participated in the previous year in any of the professional classes of the BC RR Championship, e.g. 600 SSP and 1000 SST (Superbike).

RR03 CLASSES OF THE BC RR

RR03.1 The minimum age starts on the day of the rider’s birthday and the maximum age is at the end of the calendar year when the rider reached the maximum age.

RR03.2 Riders aged more than 50 years must have successfully passed special medical examination by the relevant medical authority in their country and must comply with article 5.

RR03.3 Classes Formula 600 and Formula 1000 are for riders that do not possess sporting license grade A (for professional riders) but have sporting license grade B (amateur/hobby riders).

RR04 TECHNICAL REGULATIONS

RR04.1 The technical requirements for the motorcycles and the equipment of the riders are according to the Alpe Adria Motorcycle Union Road Racing Technical Rules for the corresponding year.

RR 05 FORMAT OF THE EVENTS

RR05.1 The foreseen format for every class is 1 free practice, 2 time practice, Warm Up and 1 race. The duration of the practices and races is according to the FIM Europe regulations where applicable.

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RR 05.2 Combined races and practices for different classes are acceptable in cases of low number of riders. These combinations are only possible in the following models (SSP600 + SuperBike) and (Formula 600 and Formula 1000). However, the Race Direction has the final decision whether or not to combine the classes, but only in the abovementioned model.

RR05.3 In any case the BMU and the Race Direction of a specific event can modify the timetable in a way that is most suitable for the given circumstances.

RR 06 STARTING NUMBERS

RR06.1 The Starting numbers for the riders will be allocated according to the final results of the previous year. A rider can book a permanent starting number for the season, starting from 05 of January. The change of the Starting Number during the season is not allowed.

RR06.2 The FIM Europe color schemes will apply for the riders’ starting numbers:

RR06.2.1 Mirror-like or reflecting numbers are not allowed.
RR06.2.2 The numbers must be clearly visible for spectators and officials.

RR07 NATIONAL TEAMS

RR07.1 The riders of the BMU BC RR score points for individual and national

teams classification. Riders who have passport from one country, but participate with a license from a FMN from another country, do not score points for team classification. Riders with double citizenship will bring points only for one country, chosen by them, in written, during the whole season.

RR07.2 The FMN Delegate (03.1.8) is responsible for the communication between the Race Director, the Clerk of the Course or the BMU Steward in order to clarify a possible question or doubt about a rider and his eligibility to score points for the Teams classification.

RR07.3 The BMU Steward will prepare the team classification for every event. RR07.4 In order to get points each national federation participates with team

of riders that has been authorized and officially entered to participate by it in a given event by means of the starting permission issued by it.

RR07.5 For the team classification will be taken in consideration 3 best results from 3 classes chosen from SP125, SSP, SBK, F600 and F1000 (maximum 75 points per round of BC MX). The points that will be taken for the Teams classification will be as described in RR08.01 (25-20-16 etc.) and per race, regardless of which rider scored them.

RR07.7 in case of a tie, a result from 4th class will be taken in consideration( the 4th result taken must not be from any of the classes from which the initial 3 results have been taken)

RR07.8 The national teams winner of a given BMU ECRR event will be the team who scored the highest number points. (RR07.7 points will be not added to the overall amount scored by the team, maximum number of official points will be 75)

RR08 CLASSIFICATION

RR08.1 The riders will receive points based on their classification in every race per event based on the following scheme:
1-25, 2-20, 3-16, 4-13, 5-11, 6-10, 7-9, 8-8, 9-7, 10 -6, 11-5, 12-4, 13- 3, 14- 2, 15-1

For every event, riders will be classified based on their number of laps completed and based on their finishing order. Riders who did not see the finishing flag but completed the start procedure will also receive classification and points for the race based on their number of laps completed. In case that the riders did not complete at least one lap, they will be classified according to their best time from the two time practices.

RR08.2 The individual classification for each event will be performed by summing up of the points received in the two races for all classes.

RR08.3 The final individual classification for all classes will be performed by summing up the points received in all rounds.

RR08.4 Summing up of the real points received in all rounds will perform the

final classification of the national teams.

RR09 ADDITIONAL BMU REGULATIONS FOR BMU ECRR

RR09.1 The entry fee for each race from the Balkan road racing championship

is minimum 50 euro and maximum 150 euro for the classes SP125, SSP600, ¡¢£¤¥¦§£ ̈ ©a¤«¡¬- ® ̄ ̄ -°±©a¤«¡¬- 2 ̄ ̄ ̄

SuperBike, Formula 600 and Formula 1000. Every rider must pay the fee in order to participate in the event. The fee must be paid at the technical control or during the administrative control, depending on the decision of the organizer.

RR09.2 The organizer covers at their expense the travel, accommodation and sundry expenses according to the FIM EUROPE Travel policy for 2017 for the Race Director and for the BMU Steward. 

 

 

BALKAN MOTORCYCLE UNION

BMU EUROPEAN ROAD RACING CHAMPIONSHIP

NAME:

BMU EUROPEAN ROAD RACING CHAMPIONSHIP

ROUND:

1 and 2

CLASSES:

SP125, SSP 600, SBK 1000, FORMULA 600, FORMULA 1000

ORGNIZING FMN

BMF and AMOTOE

ORGANIZING CLUB

-

DATE

7-9 april 2017

COUNTRY

Greece

CITY

Serres

CIRCUIT

Serres Circuit

ACCESS TO THE CIRCUIT INFORMATION

SEE THE ATTACHED MAP

NEAREST CITY

Serres

at

2km from the circuit

NATIONAL ROAD

E12

GPS COORDINATES

41° 4' 21.839"N 23° 30' 51.237"E

MOTORWAY

E12

CURCUIT INFORMATION

NAME

Serres Circuit

MINIMUM WIDTH

12

M.

LENGTH:

3186

M.

CIRCUIT HOMOLOGATION TYPE

Greek Authorities

ORGANIZING FMN INFORMATION

ORGANIZING FMN INFORMATION

NAME

BMF

NAME

AMOTOE

ADDRESS

BULGARIA

ADDRESS

GREECE

SOFIA 1000

KAVALA

22 Pozitano Str.

PHONE

359 886 411 400

PHONE

306 945 415 535

FAX

35 929 805 934

FAX

E-MAIL

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E-MAIL

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CONTACT PERSON

IVO TSVETANOV

CONTACT PERSON

TBA

MOBILE:

OFFICIALS

BMU STEWARD

BOGDAN NIKOLOV

LIC. #

RACE DIRECTOR

PANTELEY NAYDEV

LIC. #

CLERK OF THE COURSE

TBA

LIC. #

CHIEF TECHNICAL STEWARD

VALENTIN KERIN

LIC. #

CHIEF TIMEKEEPER

SERRES TIMEKEEPING

LIC. #

FMNR STEWARD

IVO TSVETANOV / TBA

LIC. #

CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER

INTERSALONIKA CREW

LIC. #

ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARD

GALYA STANCHEVA

LIC. #

PADDOCK RESPONSIBLE

SERRES CIRCUIT ORG

LIC. #

ENTRIES MUST BE SENT TO THE ORGANIZING FMN TO LATER THAN 5 DAYS BEFORE THE EVENT

AT E-MAIL:

OR FAX

35929805934

AND TO BALKAN MOTORCYCLE UNION SECRETARIAT AT:

AT E-MAIL:

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OR FAX

+359 2 9805934

CLASSES FOR THE EVENT ARE IN ACCORDANCE TO THE BMU RR REGULATIONS FOR 2017

JURY MEETINGS

ACCORDING TO THE TIME TABLE ATTACHED

TECHNICAL CONTROL

ACCORDING TO THE TIME TABLE ATTACHED

PRACTICES

ACCORDING TO THE TIME TABLE ATTACHED

RACES

ACCORDING TO THE TIME TABLE ATTACHED

ENTRY FEE

ACCORDING TO BMU REG.

INSRUANCE:

BY SIGNING AND STAMPING OF THE ENTRY FORM , THE FMN OF

THE RIDER CERTIFIES THAT THE RIDER IN QUESTION IS INSURED ACCORDING TO THE FIM EUROPE OR

FIM REQUIREMENTS FOR 2017.

THE ORGANIZER DISCLAIMS ALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGES OF A MOTORCYCLE, ITS

ACCESSORIES AND COMPONENTS ARISING FROM AN ACCIDENT, FIRE OR OTHER CASES

THE ORGANIZER HAS CONTRACTED A THIRD PARTY INSURANCE IN ACORDANCE TO THE

REGULATIONS FOR 2017. THE INSURANCE HAS A GURANTEE OF 180 000 EURO

VALID FOR THE DAYS OF THE EVENT - FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY

PROTESTS AND APPEALS

MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE BMU STEWARD OR THE CLERK

OF THE COURSE

PRIZEGIVING CEREMONY

THE PRIZEGIVING CEREMONY WILL TAKE PLACE ACCORDING TO

THE TIMETABLE OF THE EVENT. THE PRESENCE OF THE RIDERS NOMINATED FOR PRIZEGIVING

IS COMPULSORY HAVING IN MIND ANY REASONABLE EXCUSE FOR NOT BEING ABLE TO DO SO.

INTERPRETATION OF THE SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS:

THE INTERPRETATION OF

SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS RESTS ENTIRELY ON THE RACE DIRECTION

THE EVENT WILL BE COMBINED WITH:

OTHER INFO

PARTICIPATION FEE FOR RIDERS - 150 EURO

ATTACHED

MAP OF THE CIRCUIT, ACCESS MAP, PROVISIONAL TIMETABLE

PLACE

28.3.2017 DATE SOFIA

APPROVED BY THE FMN

CLERK OF THE COURSE

STAMP AND SIGNATURE

SIGNATURE

APPROVED BY BMU

STAMP AND SIGNATURE

CIRCUIT MAP

ACCESS MAP 

 

 

 

 

 

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