- Schedule/timetable (local time)
- Organization and general conditions
- Categories of participation
- Eligible motorcycles
- Safety measures
- Responsibility of participants
- Entries and registration fee
- Race numbers
- Running of the event
- Code of discipline and arbitration
- Cold (parc ferme) and service park
- Environmental protection
- GPS Tracker
- Standings and time penalties
- Prize pool
1. SCHEDULE/TIMETABLE (local time)
30. 04. 2020 – Opening of Online Registration
20. 09. 2020 – Closing of Online Registration
Thursday 01.10. 2020 – Registration on the mountain Tara for Xross Challenge 2020 race
- 19:00 – 21:00 – Registration and administrative checks.
- 19:00 – 21:00 – Riders who have GPS have to give it on registration.
- 21:00 – 21:30 – welcome and briefing for the riders.
Friday 02. 10. 2020 – Day 1, Prologue (50km)
- 07:00 – 08:00 – Registration and administrative checks for riders who didn’t do it the day before
- 08.45 – Briefing for riders and taking GPS from organization office
- 09:45 – Free enduro ride to Prologue
- 10.30 – 16:00 – Start of the Prologue (enduro ride, around 50km)
- 17.30 – Results from Prologue
- 18:00 – 20:00 – Super enduro qualifications for the first 16 riders in Pro and Expert class
- 20:30 – Results from the first day of the race
- 20:30 – 21:00 – Appeals
- 21:00 – 22:00 – Briefing for Day 2
Saturday, 03. 10. 2020. – Day 2, ~90km Hard Enduro
- 07:15 – Briefing for riders (Parc Ferme) and taking GPS devices
- 08:45 – Organized leaving of the Camp and going to the start of Day 2
- 09:30 – Start of Day 2
- 17:00 – Closing of the race Day 2 (all CP’s will be closed)
- 20:00 – Unofficial results – Day 2
- 20:15 – 20.30 – Appeals
- 20:30 – 21:30 – Briefing for Day 3.
Sunday, 04. 10. 2020.– Day 3, ~50km Extreme Enduro
- 07:15 – Briefing for riders (Parc Ferme) and taking GPS devices
- 08:45 – Organized leaving of the camp and going to the start of Day 3
- 09:00 – Start of Day 3
- 13:00 – End of Day 3 (the race is finished, all CP are closed)
- 13:30 – Unofficial results – Day 3
- 14:00 – Official results for the race
- 14:15 – Award Ceremony
If necessary the Organizer reserves the right to modify the competition timetable.
2. ORGANIZATION AND GENERAL CONDITIONS
• Organizer: AMK Endurance Sports Club, Bajina Bašta – Serbia
• Competition name: XROSS CHALLENGE 2020
• Date: 02 – 04. 10. 2020.
• Race Location: Mountain Tara, Kaludjerske bare, Serbia
• Base camp and Secretary Office of the competition: will be published a few days before the race
• Website: www.xross-team.com
• Email: email@example.com
• Online Registration Form: Registration Challenge
• Fees and documents required for registration: Part 7 of Regulations.
• Accommodation options: www.tarainfo.rs
• The nearest petrol station is 500m from Base Camp. The optional second petrol station is 15km from the Base Camp
• XROSS CHALLENGE is an OPEN race which can be attended by any riders, regardless of their nationality.
Clerk of the Course: Vladan Komatović
Chairman: Velibor Kaevski
Member: Bata Đurić
Member: Rajko Ljumović
Chief Registration and Administrative check: Dragana Lazarovski
Timekeepers: Timing Solution Macedonia
Chief Medical Officer: Vladimir Kacuric
Secretary of the Event: Vladimir Karčicki
Contact person for competitors: Vladimir Karčicki
1. Ljubljana – Zagreb – Sremska Mitrovica – Sabac – Bajina Basta – Tara
2. Budapest – Belgrade – Obrenovac – Valjevo – Bajina Basta – Tara
3. Sofia – Nis – Kragujevac- Cacak- Uzice – Kremna – Tara
4. Skoplje – Nis – Kragujevac – Cacak – Uzice – Kremna – Tara
Central place on Kaludjerske bare, GPS: N 43°53’30.22″ E 19°33’32.97″
GSM: +381 64 641 74 5 (Vladan Komatovic – organizer).
These Rules were adopted by the Enduro Committee of the Serbian Moto Association, and the race is in the competition calendar for 2020. The competition is international, and it is ranked for the National Championship, Alpe Adria Championship, according to the general Rules of MSS and AMSS. The operative competition is conducted by the Enduro Committee and the motor club that is an organizer of the competition and a member of the MSS. Verification is carried out by a club committee with a secretariat of MSS from Thursday 01. 10. 2020.
The Secretary Office of the competition is the starting point for all events that are related to the conduct and organization of this competition, such as competitors registration, technical sessions, briefings, standings display, filing of appeals, award ceremony, questions, etc.
An information panel will be in place in the area of the Secretary Office of the competition, where, during the event, information and news about the competition, daily standings, the schedule, and eventual modifications of the latter will be displayed. The Organizer will display all the necessary information in due time.
The Organizer may refuse to allow entry into the competition or eliminate during the competition any competitor who:
• does not follow the present rules and regulations;
• has an aggressive or unsporting behavior;
• disrupts the running of the competition;
• creates an unpleasant or tensed atmosphere;
• does not respect the touristic resort of Tara mountain, its inhabitants/locals, and the environment in general.
The registration fee and all other fees will not be refunded in case of failure to appear at the competition or in case of any kind of drop-out or abandonment or elimination from the competition.
All competitors and all the people involved in any way in the organization of the 2020 XROSS CHALLENGE are obliged to know and follow the contents of the present rules and regulations.
Not knowing the present rules and regulations does not excuse anybody from responsibility and consequences.
3. CATEGORIES OF PARTICIPATION
XROSS CHALLENGE competition takes place with 3 categories of difficulty:
• PRO CLASS – for the experienced, physically and mentally fit riders with excellent mastering of hard-enduro skills and techniques and with a high threshold of pain enduring; class for the pro riders
• EXPERT CLASS – for the intermediate hard-enduro riding level. You should have decent riding experience with some technical skills and be in a pretty good physical and mental shape in order to tackle the estimated 90km of terrain per day of riding.
• HOBBY CLASS – for riders who ride some form of hard enduro. This class is not for beginners. Riders must have a basic knowledge of hard enduro.
4. ELIGIBLE MOTORCYCLES
Any enduro, motocross motorcycles, with a minimum of 7 liters gas tank capacity, two or four-stroke engine type, with one or two cylinders which have been accepted by technical verification, is allowed to start.
Technical verification will be performed by a technical committee comprising of officials before the formalities of registering in the competition.
The Organizer will not accept at the start any motorcycle with major technical failures or any other changes that could endanger the safety of competitors and/or spectators.
Motorcycles that have oil or fuel leaks or have damaged exhausts will not be accepted.
Motorcycles without enduro, motocross, or trial tires are not allowed to start.
It is forbidden to use tires with nails, screws, or any other metal insertions.
Any repairs, parts replacement, or technical intervention on the motorcycle are allowed only in the service area and only on a waterproof tarpaulin with a minimum size of 200x100cm.
At the technical verification, the competitors will show the motorcycle and the helmet.
During the competition, all competitors are required to wear appropriate protective equipment: offroad helmet, goggles, and boots, chest and back protectors, upper and lower limb protection parts.
5. SAFETY MEASURES
All competitors are obliged to take all safety measures to prevent their own injury, injury of other competitors, vehicles, of public and private property, of staff members, spectators, and of domestic and wild animals.
When approaching a slower competitor, the faster competitor must make his presence known before overtaking him.
It is not the duty of the slower competitor to notice or to make maneuvers in order to allow the faster approaching competitor to overtake.
In the area where the race tracks for PRO and EXPERT meet, the EXPERT category competitors will give way to PRO category competitors.
In case that a competitor notices another injured competitor, he must make sure his safety is not in danger and then tell immediately to the Safety Manager of the competition. If this is not possible, he will notify the nearest staff member. In case this is also not possible, by moving up the race track, he will notify the incident at the nearest checkpoint.
The time spent assisting another injured competitor(s) will be deducted from the day racing time.
This will be done by the Competition Manager after the notification made by the assisting competitor and confirmed by the injured victim and other witnesses.
In case of technical failure, the motorcycle will be immediately removed from the race track to avoid potential collisions with other competitors.
In case of technical failure and/or injury, the competitors must not leave the race track in order to make their localization by the Organizer possible.
Leaving the racetrack is forbidden.
The only way to leave the race track is through the checkpoints and then by following instructions given by the staff members.
Navigating the race track, for any length and for any reason, in the opposite direction than the normal race direction is strictly prohibited!
In case of extreme weather conditions (strong winds, lightning storms, fog, snow, or heavy rain), the Organizer reserves the right to change the race schedule and/or shorten the track on safety grounds. In very extreme cases, race days can get rescheduled or even canceled.
6. RESPONSIBILITY OF PARTICIPANTS
Competitors are required to stick on motorcycles all the promotional materials provided by the Organizer.
The race track is entirely offroad.
On the portions of public road between Cold Park and Start, between Finish and Cold Park, and on the eventual portions connecting the different stages of the race, competitors will ride in accordance with the Serbian laws regarding traveling on Serbian public roads.
Responsibility on the Serbian public road sections lies entirely with the competitors.
Competitors are requested not to leave their equipment or personal belongings unattended, the
The organizer does not assume any responsibility for them. Only the motorcycles in the Park Ferme will be monitored and guarded.
Each competitor enters the competition at his/her own risk.
All civil or penal responsibility for any damage inflicted upon himself/herself, another competitor(s), or any goods lies exclusively with the competitor(s).
7. ENTRIES AND REGISTRATION FEE
If paid until 15. 09. 2020. at 23:59 hours local time, the individual registration fee is as follows:
• free registration for the riders who ranked 1st in PRO/EXPERT classes of the 2019 edition of the XROSS CHALLENGE competition. Not transferable;
• 75 EUR for female riders (regardless of age) and junior riders (minimum 16 and less than 18 years old at the start date of the competition – 02. 10. 2020.);
• 160 EUR for the riders that don’t fit into any of the categories mentioned above;
• 180 EUR if the registration fee is paid after 15. 09. 2020. at 00:00 hours local time, regardless of gender, age or previous participation(s).
• NOTE: Bank fee is rider expense.
Starting from 20. 09. 2020 at 00:00 hours local time, online registrations will be closed and it will be possible to register and pay the 180 EUR individual registration fee only in cash and on-site at the Secretary Office of the competition.
Trying to switch to a different registration category than the one you usually ride, after the 20. 09. 2020 will result in you not receiving your race number until you have paid the registration fee difference plus a penalty fee of 20 EUR.
The document attesting the payment will include the name(s) of the competitor(s) for whom the payment is made. Payment date is considered the date of the document certifying the payment of the registration fee. Payment can be made by bank transfer.
Societe Generale Banka Srbija AD Beograd
IBAN: RS35 2750 0102 2509 6335 58
SWIFT Address: SOGYRSBG
Adress: Xross Team
Please take extra care when filling in all of the required payment data, any mistakes here will result in the transfer being returned to the original sender and the payment getting an unverified status.
After the payment is verified you will receive your race number and you will also be listed on the official start list of the competition.
OTHER FEES AND DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION
XROSS CHALLENGE is open to anyone who at the time of registration has paid the registration fee and has submitted the following documents:
• Insurance for motorcycling competitions.
• Deposit of 30EUR for the tracker. Organizer provides trackers for all riders. After you finish the race, give the tracker to the organizer and take your deposit. NOTE: Tracker is not GPS UNIT, the tracker is for controlling you. Every rider has to bring own GPS unit if he wants ( it is much better for you to have GPS).
• Insurance for one race can be acquired at the Secretary Office of the competition and is valid only for the 2020 XROSS CHALLENGE competition. The price for this insurance will be 5 – 10 EUR for three race days.
• Identification, ID card;
• Registration Form (for those that have not used the Online Registration Form). It can be obtained from the Secretary Office of the competition;
• Signed statement regarding personal responsibility. To be completed at the Secretary Office of the competition;
• To register for the competition a competitor needs to be at least 16 years old.
If a competitor has not yet reached 18 years of age he will need the written consent of both parents signed by a public notary. This needs to be done in the English language for foreign competitors and cannot be obtained at the Secretary Office of the competition.
8. RACE NUMBERS
Race numbers are given by the Organizer in the order of registration.
Race numbers cannot be changed during the competition.
It is forbidden to start the race without the race numbers, provided by the Organizer, attached to the motorcycle.
The competitors are not allowed to manufacture their own race numbers.
• For the PRO Class race numbers are from 1 to 99;
• For the EXPERT Class race numbers are from 101 to 299.
• For the HOBBY Class race numbers are from 301 to 399
9. RUNNING OF THE EVENT
The race track totals an estimated 200km of offroad terrain and is structured as follows:
• Day 1 – Prologue + Super Enduro 60km estimated;
• Day 2 – Hard Enduro, 90km estimated;
• Day 3 – Extreme Enduro, 50km estimated.
Day 2 and Day 3 of racing will have a maximum time for completion which will be announced by the Organizer at the briefing.
Competitors who are still on the race track after the maximum allowed time is up will advance to the next checkpoint where they will follow the instructions given by the Organizer.
If the rider doesn’t finish the Day 1, he can ride Day 2 but will start after riders who finished Day 1. Same is applied if a rider doesn’t finish the Day 2, he can start on Day 3.
The race track is marked using marking tape and special signs.
Organizers will brief riders with clear instructions which class will follow which marking tapes. The points in which the one category separates from other category, race tracks will be marked using directional arrows or they will be indicated by staff members.
The marking colors for each category and for the parts that are closed/wrong/forbidden will be announced at the briefing.
The GPS device is optional, but it is desirable. The only valid route is the track which organizer has put into the GPS device that riders brought to the race. On the race, a competitor who does not have a GPS device and ride following markers on a track, if some marks are removed and rider goes off the track, he will be sanctioned like he had a GPS device. The organizer is not responsible in case someone takes marking tapes, arrows, or loses time because of bad markings, etc. We recommend you to bring your GPS.
General considerations for all days of the competition:
• First to start will be the PRO Class competitors and then EXPERT Class competitors and then HOBBY Class competitors.
• If a competitor does not appear at the start or is unable to start at the due time according to the starting list, he will start as the last of his category (PRO, EXPERT, HOBBY).
• The travel of the competitors to the starting area will be made in an organized fashion, under the supervision of the Organizer.
• The group will form in the vicinity of Park Ferme, at the time announced by the Organizer.
Day 1 (Prologue + Super Enduro):
At the Prologue, the competitors will start one after another by following the order of their race numbers, at an interval of 30 seconds ( the interval will be decided by the Organizer depending on the total number of competitors and it will be announced at the morning briefing before the start). First 16 riders on the Prologue (Prologue is an enduro ride of 50km) in PRO and EXPERT Class are getting into Super Enduro qualifications where their starting position for Day 2 is determined.
Competitors will start in the order of the results from Prologue and Super Enduro. The competitor with the best time from Super Enduro will start first. Competitors will start one after another at an interval of 10, 20 or 30 seconds (the interval will be decided by the Organizer depending on the total number of competitors and it will be announced at the morning briefing before the start).
The riders who didn’t finish the previous day will start after all riders who finished the previous day.
Competitors will start regarding their result on the Day 2 (Prologue time does not count). The competitor with the best time after the first two days will start first. Competitors will start one after another at an interval of 10, 20 or 30 seconds (the interval will be decided by the Organizer depending on the total number of competitors and it will be announced at the morning briefing before the start). The riders who didn’t finish the previous day will start after all riders who finished it.
The checkpoints will be marked with the sign CP X (where X is the number of the checkpoint) and will be established as a corridor made of marking tape with a length of 5m estimated.
Competitors are obliged to stop at the checkpoints next to the referees and inside the established corridor in order to make sure that their passing of the checkpoint has been noted and confirmed.
Not stopping at checkpoints or stopping outside of the checkpoint established corridor will result in failure/missing of that particular checkpoint and a related time penalty.
When approaching a checkpoint the competitors will decrease their speed and they will pay increasing attention in order to avoid collision with another competitor(s) already waiting to be noted and confirmed for that checkpoint.
If there are more competitors already waiting to be noted and confirmed for their passing for that checkpoint, the competitor will stop behind the other competitor(s) already in front of him, waiting for his turn to be noted and confirmed by the checkpoint staff members.
At checkpoints overtaking is strictly forbidden!
The checkpoint will be exited at a slow speed, using the existing corridor, immediately after being noted and confirmed by the checkpoint staff members.
REFUELING (TANK) POINTS
The Organizer will assign special areas for refueling called Tank Points.
Refueling is allowed ONLY in these areas.
The petrol is provided by a competitor.
Refueling will be done only with the engine OFF.
The time spent refueling is not deducted from the total race time.
Smoking in the refueling area is forbidden, under penalty of elimination from the race!
The nearest petrol station is 500m from the cold park.
REFEREES AND SIGNALLING
The Organizer and all of its representatives (officials, staff members, referees and track assistants) will wear specific outfits and markings/logos which will be described to the competitors at the briefing so that they will be easily recognized.
On the race track, in the area of the Secretary Office and in the Cold Park area, the competitors must strictly obey all indications given by the staff members.
The start and finish areas, the checkpoints and the refueling points will be marked visibly and appropriately.
Arriving at the finish line of each day of racing is done by stopping in the marked space.
After receiving confirmation of the finish check from the Organizer, the competitors must leave the finish area immediately and then in maximum one hour they must bring their motorcycle to the Cold Park.
10. CODE OF DISCIPLINE AND ARBITRATION
• time penalty;
• elimination for one day from the race;
• elimination from the race.
Penalties are established by the Competition Manager, at the proposition of the officials, after consulting the point of view of the involved competitor and eventual witnesses. The decision of the Competition Manager is final.
11. COLD PARK AND SERVICE PARK
The Organizer will arrange a designated and guarded area, where competitors will leave their competing motorcycles.
The Organizer will also arrange a service area, within the Cold Park, where all interventions on the motorcycles will be made.
Rules of the Cold Park:
• leaving the motorcycle in the Cold Park is mandatory;
• the competitors must submit their motorcycles to the Cold Park till 20:00h on every race day. Penalties will be imposed for not complying with this rule;
• the competitors may take their motorcycles from the Cold Park one hour before going to the start of a particular race day;
• only the competitor may take his motorcycle in or out of the Cold Park, and only by the means of a card/token given by the Organizer upon the registration process;
• during the event, the competitors are not allowed to enter the Cold Park without the card/token given by the organizer upon the registration process;
• smoking is strictly forbidden in the Cold Park;
• maintenance or motorcycle repairs are allowed only inside the service area;
• competitors are not allowed to move the motorcycle of another competitor;
• in case that access to the own motorcycle is blocked by the motorcycle(s) of another competitor(s) the presence of an official staff member or the owner(s) of the said motorcycle(s) will be asked for;
• each motorcycle must have an independent standing system;
• taking in or out of the motorcycle from the Cold Park will be made with the engine OFF;
• taking in or out of the motorcycle from the Cold Park in any other conditions than the rules described above will be done only by approval of the Cold Park Manager and with justified reasons.
• Rules of the service park:
• any technical intervention on the motorcycle will be made on a waterproof tarpaulin with a minimum size of 200x100cm;
• in the service park, the organizer will provide a container for collecting fluids ( oil, brake fluid etc.). Discarding these fluids randomly or in other places than the designated ones is strictly forbidden;
• in the service park, no drive tests of the motorcycle are allowed.
Failure to comply with the Cold Park and service area rules may lead to penalties or even exclusion of the competitor(s) from the competition.
12. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Mountain Tara is a tourist resort located inside a protected environmental area.
The race track passes through the protected area. For these reasons some specific rules are necessary:
• as a general rule, when not racing the motorcycles will be parked in the Cold Park – it is mandatory. After receiving the race numbers the motorcycles must be entered immediately in the cold park. It is allowed to remove the motorcycles from the cold park only by one hour before the start of the race. Also, in one hour after finishing the race the motorcycles have to be returned to the cold park;
• repairs on the motorcycle are made only in the service park and above protective 200x100cm waterproof tarpaulins;
• fluids drained from the motorcycle will be disposed of in special containers provided by the Organizer for this purpose;
• containers provided by the Organizer will be used for waste disposal in the areas of the Secretary Office, Cold Park, service park, start and finish and around these areas;
• during the race it is strictly forbidden to leave the marked race track;
• dumping garbage or refuse of any kind in the environment and/or the race track is strictly forbidden;
• for urgent repairing work on the race track the competitors will take all the necessary measures in order to prevent fluids leaking into the soil;
• if during the race the motorcycle falls on a side, the competitor will immediately stop the fuel supply to prevent fuel leaks into the environment;
• inside the touristic resort of Tara mountain: no revving the bike, no fast riding, no high noises, no wheelies, no dusting the public gravel roads, no rude behavior; these will not be tolerated under any circumstances! Respect the touristic resort and its inhabitants/locals!
Any appeals will be filled at the Secretary Office of the competition, in writing using the English language, in maximum 15 minutes from the displaying of the provisional standings (unofficial results).
A GPS device is not required, but it is very desirable. If it is fog or poor visibility, the race director can make a decision to allow start only for riders with GPS device. The route will be marked but not as detailed as in the previous years. The organizer does not take responsibility if someone removed the markers from the track. Even in these cases, competitors who did not have a GPS device and leave the track will be penalized. Competitors bring their own GPS device and submit it to the organizer on the registration. The organizer loads the route and the device gives the competitor before the start of a race day. After the end of the day, the competitor is obliged to hand over the device to the organizer at the finish of that day.
– The organizer does not take responsibility for malfunction, breakage or losing the device during the race
– All track logs will be deleted from your device, so back it up before you come to the race
– The competitor needs to have basic knowledge of using the device
– Route recording must be activated on the unit. If the competitor after the race day does not have recorded track, he/she will be penalized
– Each competitor needs to have spare batteries for own GPS on every competition day
– If the GPS device has a built-in battery that can not be changed, the competitor is obliged to hand over the charger for own GPS device
– It is recommended that the zoom on the GPS device is kept at 80m
– The competitor is obliged to ensure a holder on a bike for his own GPS
15. GPS TRACKER
The Organizer has provided a tracker device for all riders, and through those trackers, the organizer will be able to track your movement during the race. In case the rider losses or switch-off tracker, he will be disqualified. Please note, tracker is a device that you can carry in your backpack and it is not the same as a GPS device in which you can put the track of the race.
16. STANDINGS AND TIME PENALTIES
As a general rule, the XROSS CHALLENGE competition is based on the rule the shortest time wins.
On the first day of the race, competitors are riding Prologue – enduro track of estimated length 50km. Riders start the Prologue based on their starting number/starting position. After the end of the Prologue, the ranking is based on the time rider needed to finish the Prologue. All riders in PRO and EXPERT Class who didn’t finish amongst 16 first riders, will get the time penalty of 7 minutes which will be added to their total time achieved in Day 2 and Day 3.
Riders from PRO and EXPERT Class who finished amongst first 16 riders will ride Super Enduro test. Based on the time they score on the Super Enduro test, they will rank for the starting position – from 1. to 16. Each position also carries a certain time penalization, which is added to the total time after Day 2 and Day 3.
The first three riders on the Super Enduro test will choose the starting position for Day 2 (they can choose one of the first three places). The rider with the best time will have the opportunity to choose first.
Place Time penalty
5 3min 30sec
7 4min 30sec
8 4min 45sec
10 5min 15sec
11 5min 30sec
12 5min 45sec
14 6min 15sec
15 6min 30sec
16 6min 45sec
Time is calculated according to the formula:
Penalty on the Prologue + Time Day 2 + Time Day 3 + Time penalties (if any) = Final (Total) Time.
If the competitor doesn’t finish any of Day 1, Day 2 or Day 3, he will be penalized for that day.
The competitor is allowed not to finish one of the first two days of the competition (Day 1 OR Day 2) but will be penalized for that day.
The competitor did not finish race day if he did not certify all CPs that day or did not come to finish in the given time for that day.
The competitor has not finished the day if he has certified all CPs on that day, but he rode significant different from the given GPS route (decision of the director of the race).
If the competitor does not finish the first two days, he is automatically disqualified, but he can ride Day 3 without a placement.
The competitor must finish Day 3 so he can count for the placement. If he does not finish Day 3 he is without placement. For the Day rider didn’t finish the race he will get time penalty regarding the number of CP he didn’t finish (decision of the director of the race).
So the competitor finished the race in the following examples :
Finished race = Day 1 (finished) + Day 2 (finished) + Day 3 (finished)
Finished race = Day 1 (NOT finished and have penalties) + Day 2 (finished) + Day 3 (finished)
Finished race = Day 1 (finished) + Day 2 (NOT finished and have penalties) + Day 3 (finished)
At the end we will have an overall winner for each class (PRO, EXPERT, HOBBY).
In case of events that are outside of the control of the Organizer (eg. adverse weather conditions, race track deterioration etc) the standings will be established taking into account the time of the last checkpoint which was passed by roughly 30% of the total number of competitors.
In case of extreme weather conditions (strong winds, lightning storms, fog, snow or heavy rain) the Organizer reserves the right to change the race schedule and/or shorten the track on safety grounds. In very extreme cases, race days can get rescheduled or even canceled.
TIME PENALTIES AND DISQUALIFICATIONS
The competitors who conclude at any start will have to start the last one in their class on that day
Day 1 – Prologue:
• The Prologue is Enduro ride of estimated length 50km and Super Enduro test. Only first 16 riders from PRO and EXPERT Class will ride Super Enduro test.
• Competitors not starting in the Prologue – they will be given the time penalty of 15 minutes.
They will also start Day 2 in the last positions, in order of the Prologue times and race numbers.
• Competitors who start in the Prologue but fail to finish it – they will be given the worst Prologue time of the last qualified Prologue competitor
Day 2 and Day 3:
Penalties will be in the following cases:
– A competitor in some part of the route deviates more than 30m from the given GPS route (minimum 30min penalties or more according to the decision of the director of the race)
– The competitor does not ride in a clearly marked area by which he has to pass or does not move by the specific part of the route, which is explained by the briefing or by the marshalls on the track. In these cases, there is no rule that the competitor may depart 50 meters from the given track.
– A competitor who left the track and did not return back on with same way (minimum 15min or more according to the decision of the director of the race).
– The competitor has not properly verified all CPs (the time of the competitors for that day is the worst time of the competitor who finished correctly that day + penalization for the CP that has not been certified or the time allocated by the director of the race based on the GPS track).
– The competitor has not reached the finish in the time limit for that day (the time of the competitors for that day is the worst time of the competitor who finished correctly that day + penalization for CP that has not been certified or the time allocated by the director of the race based on the GPS track).
A checkpoint is considered missing in the following situations:
• a competitor does not arrive at the checkpoint;
• a competitor arrives at the checkpoint from another direction than the normal direction of the race track or from the race track of another category;
• a competitor leaves the checkpoint in another direction than the race track or on the race track of another category;
• not stopping at checkpoints or stopping outside of the checkpoint established corridor;
• overtaking at the checkpoint or inside the checkpoint established corridor;
• a competitor staying inside the checkpoint established corridor after his passing was noted and confirmed for that particular checkpoint.
Missing a checkpoint is sanctioned by a time penalty of 60-240 minutes (will be announced at the morning briefing before the start).
Additional time penalties may be imposed for riders missing certain track sections – these penalties will be communicated at the briefing.
Day 1- Prologue, Day 2 and Day 3 of racing will have a maximum time for completion which will be announced by the Organizer at the briefing. Competitors who are still on the race track after the maximum allowed time is up will advance to the next checkpoint where they will follow the instructions given by the Organizer.
Disqualification of a competitor can occur in the following situations:
• If he rides an off-road bike on the mark tracks of the race at Tara mountain at least two weeks before the competition, or earlier if the organizer decides so;
• Refueling with the engine ON;
• Smoking in the refueling area;
• Failure to stop at the checkpoint or any other point of the race track if an official staff member at that point requests it;
• Revving the bike, fast riding, high noises, wheelies, dusting the public gravel roads and generally any rude behavior inside the touristic resort of Tara mountain: these will not be tolerated under any circumstances! Respect the touristic resort and its inhabitants/locals!
A competitor who is disqualified for a day may start in the next day of the competition, after the start of the competitors in his category, in the order of times and race numbers.
17. PRIZE POOL
• Prizes for all classes: 1st to 3rd place will receive prizes consisting of motorcycle parts and accessories.
AMK Endurance Sports Club
Bajina Bašta – Serbia, 01. 03. 2020.