Frazier Mountain Rally 1 v.1 April 1, 2017 Supplemental Regulations v

Frazier Mountain Rally 1 v.1 April 1, 2017 Supplemental Regulations v

Supplemental Regulations v.1 April 1, 2017 Rally Office: Eleven Tenths, LLC PO Box 573201 Tarzana, CA 91357 website: www.FrazierMountainRally.com Pho...

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Supplemental Regulations v.1 April 1, 2017

Rally Office: Eleven Tenths, LLC PO Box 573201 Tarzana, CA 91357 website: www.FrazierMountainRally.com Phone: 818-425-3226 E-mail: [email protected]

This event will be held in the Los Padres National Forest under authorization of Special Use Permit.

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Event Description .......................................................................................................................................................... 6 Place and Date of the Event ......................................................................................................................................... 6 Championship Points .................................................................................................................................................... 6 Sanctioning ................................................................................................................................................................... 6 Location of Rally Headquarters .................................................................................................................................... 6 Hotel Reservations ....................................................................................................................................................... 6 Location of Start and Finish .......................................................................................................................................... 6 Location of the Champagne Spray & Awards Ceremony ............................................................................................. 6 Location of the Parc Exposé ......................................................................................................................................... 6 Location of the Overnight Parc Fermé .......................................................................................................................... 6 Location of Service Area ............................................................................................................................................... 7 Road Surface ................................................................................................................................................................ 7 Event Details ................................................................................................................................................................. 7 Organization ................................................................................................................................................................. 7 Organizer’s Name ......................................................................................................................................................... 7 Address and Contact Details ........................................................................................................................................ 7 Organizing Committee .................................................................................................................................................. 7 Officials ......................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Official Bulletins ............................................................................................................................................................ 8 Entries ........................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Entry Fees .................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Payment........................................................................................................................................................................ 8 Refunds ........................................................................................................................................................................ 9 Entry Procedure ............................................................................................................................................................ 9 Event Cancellation ........................................................................................................................................................ 9 Number of Entrants Accepted ....................................................................................................................................... 9 Eligible Classes ............................................................................................................................................................ 9 Accepted Memberships ................................................................................................................................................ 9 Accepted Licenses ...................................................................................................................................................... 10 Note for Foreigners Applying for a NASA Rally Sport Competition License ............................................................... 10 Medical Form .............................................................................................................................................................. 10 Insurance .................................................................................................................................................................... 10 Description of Liability Insurance Coverage ............................................................................................................... 10 Description of Accident Medical Coverage ................................................................................................................. 10 Period of Insurance Coverage .................................................................................................................................... 11 Advertising .................................................................................................................................................................. 11 Restrictions ................................................................................................................................................................. 11 Organizer Supplied Advertising .................................................................................................................................. 11 Identification numbers................................................................................................................................................. 11 Size ............................................................................................................................................................................. 11 Tires ............................................................................................................................................................................ 11 Fuel ............................................................................................................................................................................. 11 Testing ........................................................................................................................................................................ 12 Stage Notes Familiarization Pass ............................................................................................................................... 12 Registration Procedure ............................................................................................................................................... 12 Stage Notes Familiarization Pass Vehicle .................................................................................................................. 12 Stage Notes Familiarization Pass Vehicle Insurance ................................................................................................. 12 Stage Notes Familiarization Pass Schedule ............................................................................................................... 12 Stage Notes Familiarization Pass Speed Limit ........................................................................................................... 12 Penalties ..................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Maximum Number of Passes...................................................................................................................................... 13 Direction of Traffic ....................................................................................................................................................... 13 Registration and Administrative Checks ..................................................................................................................... 13 Location ...................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Times .......................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Documents to be presented........................................................................................................................................ 13

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Competitor Packet Contents ....................................................................................................................................... 13 Scrutineering, Sealing, and Marking ........................................................................................................................... 14 Additional Areas of Scrutinization ............................................................................................................................... 14 Location & Time(s) ...................................................................................................................................................... 14 Shakedown ................................................................................................................................................................. 14 Start of the Rally ......................................................................................................................................................... 14 Publication Times of Starting Order ............................................................................................................................ 14 Official Time ................................................................................................................................................................ 15 Official Start Location and Time .................................................................................................................................. 15 Start Area / Start Parc Exposé .................................................................................................................................... 15 Running of the Rally ................................................................................................................................................... 15 Time Card Change During the Rally ........................................................................................................................... 15 Starting System of Special Stages ............................................................................................................................. 15 Identification of Officials .............................................................................................................................................. 15 Time Control and Check-In Procedure ....................................................................................................................... 15 Floating Reseed .......................................................................................................................................................... 15 Maximum Permitted Lateness .................................................................................................................................... 15 Notification of Traffic Violations ................................................................................................................................... 16 Retirement .................................................................................................................................................................. 16 Re-Starting .................................................................................................................................................................. 16 Stage Notes ................................................................................................................................................................ 16 Service Area ............................................................................................................................................................... 16 Location ...................................................................................................................................................................... 16 Access Times for Service Vehicles ............................................................................................................................. 17 Trailer Policy ............................................................................................................................................................... 17 Park and Ride ............................................................................................................................................................. 17 Trash Disposal & Recycling ........................................................................................................................................ 17 Prizes .......................................................................................................................................................................... 17 After Rally Celebration ................................................................................................................................................ 17 Final Checks ............................................................................................................................................................... 17 Results ........................................................................................................................................................................ 18 Publication of Provisional Final Results ...................................................................................................................... 18 Protests ....................................................................................................................................................................... 18 Protest Fees ............................................................................................................................................................... 18 Novice Competitor Orientation .................................................................................................................................... 18 Location & Time .......................................................................................................................................................... 18 Participation ................................................................................................................................................................ 18 Exemption ................................................................................................................................................................... 18 Emergency Procedures & Special Fire Safety Requirements .................................................................................... 18 Hospitals ..................................................................................................................................................................... 19 Additional Special Fire Safety Requirements ............................................................................................................. 19 Use of Drones ............................................................................................................................................................. 19 Volunteers ................................................................................................................................................................... 19 Official Notification of Disclaimer ................................................................................................................................ 20 Use of Mt. Pinos Ranger District in Los Padres National Forest ................................................................................ 20 Microtrash ................................................................................................................................................................... 20 Appendices ................................................................................................................................................................. 20 Appendix 1 – DNF / Accident Procedures .................................................................................................................. 20 Appendix 2 – Radios................................................................................................................................................... 20 Appendix 3 – Spectating ............................................................................................................................................. 20 Appendix 4 – Stage Schedule .................................................................................................................................... 21 Appendix 5 – Service Area Map ................................................................................................................................. 21 Appendix 6 – Competitor Registration and Undercarriage Wash ............................................................................... 22 Appendix 7 – Scrutineering and Rally HQ .................................................................................................................. 23 Appendix 8 – Park & Ride Map ................................................................................................................................... 24 Appendix 9 – Example Time Cards ............................................................................................................................ 25

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Appendix 10 – Additional Regulations for SxS Competitors ....................................................................................... 26 Welcome ................................................................................................................................................................ 26 Nomenclature & Definitions ................................................................................................................................... 26 Sanctioning ............................................................................................................................................................ 26 NASA Rally Sport GRR Applicability ...................................................................................................................... 26 Co-driver Requirement for SxS .............................................................................................................................. 26 SxS OHV Legal Compliance .................................................................................................................................. 26 OHV Permit Requirements .................................................................................................................................... 26 USFS-Approved Spark Arrestor ............................................................................................................................. 27 Maximum Tire Size ................................................................................................................................................ 27 Alternative Transit Requirement............................................................................................................................. 27

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Announcement This event will be held in the Los Padres National Forest under authorization by Special Use Permit. This rally will be run in compliance with the NASA Rally Sport (NRS) General Regulations for Rallies (GRRs), the regulations for the NASA National Rally Championship (NNRC), the regulations for the Pacific Rally Cup (PRC), the regulations for the California Rally Series (CRS) Rally Championship, and these supplemental regulations. NRS General Regulations for Rallies (GRRs)

http://nasarallysport.com/main/rules

California Rally Series

http://www.californiarallyseries.com

NASA National Rally Championship

http://nasarallysport.com/main/NASA-National-Rally-Championship

Pacific Rally Cup

http://nasarallysport.com/main/Pacific-Rally-Cup

Modifications, amendments, or changes to these Supplemental Regulations will be made by bulletins issued by the Clerk of the Course or the Steward or by a new version on the web site with a change history noted.

Schedule of the Rally Friday, May 19 6:00 – 9:00 PM 6:00 – 9:00 PM Saturday, May 20 7:00 – 9:00 AM 7:00 – 9:00 AM 7:00 – 9:00 AM 7:00 – 9:00 AM 8:00 - 9:00 AM 9:45 AM 10:00 AM – Noon 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 3:15 PM 4:45 PM 7:01 PM 8:30 PM

Competitor Registration Scrutineering

Falcon's Nest, Frazier Park Parking Lot of South Kern Christian Church

Late Competitor Registration* Late Scrutineering* NASA Rally Sport & CRS Credentials Volunteer Registration Novice Competitor Orientation Report to Service Area for Stage Notes Familiarization Pass Stage Notes Familiarization Pass (one-pass Caravan) Driver's Meeting, Issue Time Cards First Car Out of MTC 1 First Car In MTC 2A First Car Out MTC 2B First Car Finishes MTC 3 Awards and Post Rally Celebration

Mountain Communities Family Resource Center South Kern Christian Church Mountain Communities Family Resource Center Mountain Communities Family Resource Center Falcon's Nest Frazier Mountain Service Area Frazier Mountain, Los Padres National Forest Frazier Mountain Service Area Frazier Mountain Service Area Frazier Mountain Service Area Frazier Mountain Service Area Frazier Mountain Service Area Falcon's Nest, Frazier Park

*By appointment only. Please contact [email protected] to schedule.

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Event Description

Place and Date of the Event Name of the event: Frazier Mountain Rally Place of the event: Frazier Park, California Date of the event: May 20, 2017

Championship Points 2017 California Rally Series Round 2 – a double (2) point event. 2017 NASA National Rally Championship and NRS Pacific Rally Cup Round 2, as one event (half point round).

Sanctioning This event is sanctioned by the National Auto Sports Association and shall operate under the NASA Rally Sport General Regulations for Rallies and its Appendices, as amended and modified by these Supplementary Regulations. The sanction number is 05202017A. For more information please visit the NASA web site at www.nasarallysport.com.

Location of Rally Headquarters Rally headquarters will be based at Koko's Mountain Motel, Frazier Park, CA Koko's Mountain Motel 3225 Mt. Pinos Way Frazier Park, CA 93225

Hotel Reservations Koko’s Mountain Motel is a small, 20-room motel in the heart of Frazier Park that quickly sold out last year. Please don’t delay contacting Koko’s directly to secure your lodging needs. Additionally, Motel 6, located approximately 3 miles away in Lebec, is offering a rally discount. When you call Motel 6, mention “Frazier Mountain Rally” as the group name. Please see the Event website for a complete list of lodging options.

Location of Start and Finish Saturday, May 21, 2015 Location

Time

Start

MTC 1 @ Frazier Mountain Service Area

01:00:00 PM

Finish

MTC 3 @ Frazier Mountain Service Area

07:01:00 PM

Location of the Champagne Spray & Awards Ceremony Falcon's Nest, 3216 Mt Pinos Way, Frazier Park, CA

Location of the Parc Exposé There will be no parc exposé at this event.

Location of the Overnight Parc Fermé There is no overnight Parc Fermé.

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Location of Service Area The service area is located in the Frazier Mountain Trailhead parking lot, located 0.4 miles east of the Mt. Pinos Ranger District Headquarters on Frazier Mountain Road.

Road Surface The course is primarily hard-packed, gravel and dirt roads with some sections with tree roots.

Event Details Number of Coefficients

2

Number of special stages

4

Number of legs

2

Total distance of the special stages

32.16

Total transit distance

8.4

Total distance of the course

40.56

Estimated Stage Time (in minutes)

51.46

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Organization

Organizer’s Name Names of the organizers: Brian and Stacey Hamblin

Address and Contact Details Mail

Phone Email

Frazier Mountain Rally c/o Stacey Hamblin Eleven Tenths, LLC PO Box 573201 Tarzana, CA 91357 (818) 425-3226 [email protected]

Organizing Committee Chairman of the Rally Registrar Director of Volunteer Recruitment

Brian Hamblin Stacey Hamblin Stacey Hamblin

Officials Clerk of the Course NASA Rally Sport Steward Chief of Emergency Services Chiefs of Communications Chief of Scoring Chief of Scrutineering Competitor Relations Officer

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Brian Hamblin Kristopher Marciniak Rob Sorenson Chris and Mitch Spacone Mike Gibeault Aaron Laeng TBD

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Official Bulletins Official Bulletins may be issued by the Clerk of the Course or Stewards in accordance with the provisions of the GRRs. Official Notice Boards will be at any of the following locations: • During Registration: Falcon's Nest (Friday) and Mountain Communities Family Resource Center (Saturday). • During the Running of the Rally: CRS Scoring Trailer in the Service Area. • After Close of Registration: Koko's Mountain Motel

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Entries

Entry Fees Acceptable Payments Car/Truck Entry Type End Date* Fee Stripe Cash Check Early Entry Fee Tues, April 11, 2017, 11:59 PM $750.00 X X X Regular Entry Fee Tues, May 9, 2017, 11:59 PM $800.00 X X X Late/At Event Entry Fee Friday, May 20, 2017, 9:00 PM $900.00 X X Not Accepted *The above are the dates and times by which payment must be post-marked or time-stamped. Acceptable Payments SxS UTV Entry Type End Date* Fee Stripe Cash Check Early Entry Fee Tues, April 11, 2017, 11:59 PM $250.00 X X X Regular Entry Fee Tues, May 9, 2017, 11:59 PM $300.00 X X X Late/At Event Entry Fee Friday, May 20, 2017, 9:00 PM $400.00 X X Not Accepted *The above are the dates and times by which payment must be post-marked or time-stamped. Entry fee includes CRS (C2) event, one set of stage notes and one set of event logo vinyl. For an entry to be considered complete, the following must be submitted: • • • • •

Entire entry fee Complete driver information - online form Complete co-driver information - online form Complete rally vehicle information - online form Driver and co-driver medical forms – submitted directly to NASA Rally Sport

Photocopies of your rally license, NASA membership, and state-issued driving license are not required when you send in your entry, but these items will be verified at registration. Vehicle insurance documents are not required at registration. Competitors will be required to sign a registration and insurance waiver, a standard liability waiver, a property damage waiver, a media authorization, a HIPAA waiver and a stage note disclaimer at on-site competitor registration.

Payment Make checks payable to: Mail entry fees to:

Stripe payments:

Eleven Tenths, LLC Eleven Tenths, LLC c/o Frazier Mountain Rally PO Box 573201 Tarzana, CA 91357 Online via NRS database

At onsite competitor registration, only cash or Stripe will be accepted. Stripe payments will be charged a 3% processing fee in addition to the entry fee.

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Refunds • • • • • • • • • •

Entry fees shall be refunded in full if the event is canceled. Entry fees shall be refunded in full if the organizer refuses the entry. Until May 9, 2017, full refund on Entry Fee minus $50 processing fee. May 10 until May 15, 2017, 50% refund on Entry Fee minus $50 processing fee. May 16 until May 18, 2017 at 9:00 AM, 25% refund on Entry Fee minus $50 processing fee. After 9:00 AM, May 18, 2016, no refunds on Entry Fee. All eligible refunds will be returned May 30, 2017. Entry fees will not be refunded for any competitor/team that is required to attend the Novice Competitor Orientation, fails to attend, and then requests to start the rally. Failure to submit all of the required registration information will not be considered as "organizer refusal of entry", as stated above. In all cases, credit card and Stripe processing fees will not be refunded.

Entry Procedure The entry application will only be accepted on the official entry form at: http://www.nasarallysport.com/main/database-login and accompanied by the total entry fee. Your entry will only be secured with payment in full. Sending in your Entry Form early without payment will not suffice.

Event Cancellation The organizers reserve the right to cancel the event if 20 paid entries are not received before May 7, 2017.

Number of Entrants Accepted Initially, the event will be limited to the first thirty (30) paid, complete entries. The first eight (8) SxS Entries will be guaranteed to participate in the event; additional SxS entries will be placed on a waiting list until 11:59pm on May 17, at which time SxS may utilize any remaining entry slots. The event’s permit will allow a maximum of 30 vehicles total. However, organizer reserves the right to modify the number of entrants accepted at their discretion.

Eligible Classes The following classes will be scored: CRS Classes PRC Classes CRS Open

All Wheel Drive

CRS-OL

All Wheel Drive

CRS-5

Two Wheel Drive

CRS-2

Two Wheel Drive

Performance Stock

Two Wheel Drive

SxS Prod

N/A for 2017

SxS Prod Turbo

N/A for 2017

Accepted Memberships All competitors (driver, co-driver) must hold a valid NASA membership ($45). It is recommended that the NASA membership be purchased online prior to the event at nasarallysport.com, but a NASA Rally Sport representative will be available at the event to process your membership purchase and to answer your NASA questions on Saturday, May 20, 79am.

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All competitors wishing to earn points for California Rally Series Championship must also hold a valid CRS membership ($30). It is recommended that a CRS membership be purchased online prior to the event at californiarallyseries.com. A CRS membership representative will be available at the event to process your membership purchase and to answer your CRS membership questions on Saturday, May 20, 7-9am. Links to both memberships can be found on the event website on the competitor section.

Accepted Licenses All competitors, without exception, must present either: 1. A NASA Rally Sport Competition License ($65) 2. A CARS regional or CARS national rally license (contact the NASA Rally Sport Director for additional requirements) A NASA Rally Sport representative will be available at the event to process your NRS Competition License and to answer your NASA questions on Saturday, May 20, 7-9am. Competitors purchasing a NASA Rally Sport license for the first time, or who have attended fewer than three Novice Competitor Orientations (NCOs), will need to attend the NCO, which is detailed in Section 22. American international-level FIA licenses issued under the authority of ACCUS are not valid for this event. International licenses are valid for international level events and the Frazier Mountain Rally is not an international event. American national-level FIA licenses issued under the authority of ACCUS are not valid for this event. National level licenses are valid only for national level events. Foreign international-level FIA licenses, issued by the ASN of a country other than America, are not valid for this event. International licenses used abroad are only valid when the participation in the foreign event is authorized by the home country’s ASN. The foreign ASN is only permitted to issue authorization when the event is listed on the FIA International Sporting Calendar, and the Frazier Mountain Rally is not an FIA listed event. Foreign national-level FIA licenses, issued by the ASN of a country other than America, are not valid for this event. National-level FIA licenses only authorize competition at national-level events, within the country from which they are issued or within the entire European Union if they are issued by a European Union member country. The FIA International Sporting code is available for download from the FIA: http://www.fia.com/sport/Regulations/sportcoderegs.html

Note for Foreigners Applying for a NASA Rally Sport Competition License Any valid driving license, including either a driving license from a foreign country, or an international driving license, can be used on the competition license application form. International applicants will be accepted for NASA membership. There is no requirement to be a U.S. citizen or resident, or hold a U.S. driving license, to get either a NASA membership or NASA Rally Sport Competition License.

Medical Form All competitors must have a current medical form signed by a doctor on file with NASA Rally Sport. This form must be submitted and received by NASA Rally Sport no later than 72 hours (3 days) before on-site competitor registration starts.

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Insurance

Description of Liability Insurance Coverage The Entry Fee includes the insurance premium to insure the competitor and other parties as necessary against all third party bodily injury and property damage for the amount of $5,000,000 per occurrence.

Description of Accident Medical Coverage All competitors, service crews and all event participants (staff, marshals, volunteers, etc.) have secondary medical Frazier Mountain Rally

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coverage of $1,000,000. There is a $1,000 deductible for those without their own primary medical coverage.

Period of Insurance Coverage In general all insurance coverage will come into effect at the opening of the Rally Office. For each participant it begins when they sign the insurance waiver. Insurance coverage will end at the close of the Rally Office or at the moment of competitor retirement, exclusion, or disqualification.

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Advertising

Restrictions Any advertising must comply with United States federal law and California state law. For promotional reasons no identification, partial or complete, of U.S.-based motor sports sanctioning bodies other than NASA Rally Sport may be visible on competitors' suits or vehicles (competition or service vehicles), per NNRC 8.2 and 9.2; tape (of any kind) is an unacceptable covering. Scrutineering will be checking for removal or coverage.

Organizer Supplied Advertising Organizer will supply one set of event logo decals as part of the entry fee. It must be applied or the entrant will not be scored for stage times, event standings, or National Qualifying Series points (NNRC 9). The event will not supply, as part of the entry fee, the NASA Rally Sport vinyl package (windshield vinyl, number vinyl, NRS door vinyl). Please contact NRS directly obtain the vinyl package if needed.

6.

Identification numbers

NASA Rally Sport will provide you with the number you selected during the registration process. If you do not have a number, NASA Rally Sport will ask you to choose one or provide one for you. If a conflict occurs, number preference will be given to competitors who have run more events with that car number. Service vehicle identification shall be placed on the dashboard of the service vehicle on the driver’s side.

Size In accordance with NRS Resources for Sticker Location, competitors must provide a 12” high by 29” wide space on their doors for this regalia. http://www.nasarallysport.com/graphics/StickerPackage.png

7.

Tires

This event places no additional restrictions on tires beyond the NASA Rally Sport GRRs.

8.

Fuel

Please adhere to state and federal guidelines for the transport of fuel to, from, and within California. Competitors are strongly advised to bring to the service location enough fuel to completely re-fuel their competition vehicle during service from within the designated fueling zone. Competitors are responsible for providing their own fuel. Pump fuel is available near the rally headquarters. Refueling at service stations is also allowed. If the competitors remain in the car during refueling, the vehicle doors must remain open and the seat belts completely unfastened. Due to the sensitivity of the forest area, all refueling during competition, other than that performed at a commercial gas station, must be undertaken at the official refueling zone in the service area. Extinguishers and a spill kit must be kept at

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the ready during any refueling operation.

9.

Testing

No testing is allowed, with definitions and penalties as per GRR 2.15. as follows: "Practicing in the area of an event is barred for a period of 90 days prior to the event date. Practicing is defined as traveling over stage roads on the rally route as driver or passenger in any vehicle." Exemptions Competitors who are directly engaged in, at the request of and under the coordination of the organizers, the following event-related activities are exempted from the testing moratorium: 1. The official creation and/or refinement of event-supplied stage notes. 2. Any organizer-coordinated “road crew” activities (course improvement, rock removal, etc). 3. Ranger-sanctioned abandoned vehicle removal within LPNF.

10. Stage Notes Familiarization Pass Registration Procedure All competitors taking part in the stage notes familiarization pass must register to obtain all necessary documents. Notes familiarization pass registration will only be done at competitor registration.

Stage Notes Familiarization Pass Vehicle Only vehicles, which have passed USFS scrutineering checks and have undergone an undercarriage weed wash, may be used. Organizers assume no responsibility for any damage incurred to any vehicle during the notes familiarization pass, but will provide reasonable assistance when possible if needed.

Stage Notes Familiarization Pass Vehicle Insurance It is important to note that the vehicle used for Stage Notes Familiarization Pass must be covered by insurance in accordance with GRR 2.3.2.

Stage Notes Familiarization Pass Schedule The Stage Notes Familiarization Pass is single-pass caravan style and must follow the schedule below: Report to Frazier Mountain Service Area to line up and check-out a FRS radio

9:45 AM

Chuchupate Stage

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Frazier Mountain Stage

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Arrive in Frazier Mountain Service Area

12:00 PM

Stage Notes Familiarization Pass Speed Limit On the special stages, the speed limit is 25 mph unless traffic signs indicate a lower limit. Competitors are reminded that the stage will be open to normal forest traffic as well as volunteer traffic during the caravan and that they must drive in a manner that does not endanger or inconvenience other traffic. Speeds may be checked by either law enforcement or event officials using any method at any time. Please be aware that families and children on motorcycles and other OHVs may be utilizing the forest during this time. Use caution! Frazier Mountain Rally

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Penalties No Stage Notes Familiarization outside the official scheduled time is allowed for this rally. Illegal Stage Notes Familiarization will result in exclusion from the rally. Reckless driving or other unsportsmanlike conduct will be assessed a penalty at the discretion of the Clerk of the Course. Failure to follow direction of traffic for reconnaissance per the published schedule will result in disqualification from the event. In addition to the published penalties for speeding (GRR 2.27.5), the following fines will be assessed: st 1 Offense = $200 nd 2 Offense = $400 and 2-minute penalty rd 3 Offense = Disqualification All fines must be paid in cash to the Clerk of the Course, prior to the first vehicle starting the Event.

Maximum Number of Passes A maximum of one pass will be allowed per stage.

Direction of Traffic Stage Notes Familiarization Pass may only be conducted in one direction based on the schedule. Failure to follow the direction of traffic for the caravan, per the published schedule, will result in disqualification from the event.

11. Registration and Administrative Checks Location Friday, May 19

Saturday, May 20

Falcon's Nest 3216 Mt. Pinos Way Frazier Park, CA 93225

Mountain Communities Family Resource Center Lower Level Conference Room 3015 Mt. Pinos Way Frazier Park, CA 93225

Times Registration will occur on Friday, May 19, 2017, 6:00-9:00 PM. Registration will occur on Saturday, May 20, 2017, 7:00-9:00 AM.

Documents to be presented The following items will be verified at registration: • Online entry (driver info, navigator info, vehicle info) with all required information completed. • Driver and navigator NASA membership cards, unless verified online beforehand. • Driver and navigator rally competition licenses, unless verified online beforehand. • Driver and navigator state-issued driving licenses, unless verified online beforehand. • Driver and navigator CRS membership cards, unless verified online beforehand.

Competitor Packet Contents Competitors will receive a competitor packet at registration upon completion of all administrative checks and signature of required waivers. Competitor packets will include: • One set of event logo decals • Service vehicle identification

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Service Instructions Organizer supplied stage notes

12. Scrutineering, Sealing, and Marking Scrutineering will check the safety and eligibility of the vehicles to compete. Vehicles may also be checked for general road-worthiness, homologation papers, verification of VIN, or other aspects of vehicle legality.

Additional Areas of Scrutinization Per the terms of the USFS Special Use Permit, all vehicles associated with the event must undergo the following inspections or declarations, at the discretion and under the supervision of Los Padres National Forest personnel, if they plan to enter Los Padres National Forest. Failing to pass these inspections may exclude the vehicle from entering the Forest: • Installation of a Forest Service-approved spark arrester or DOT-compliant exhaust system. • The maximum permitted noise level from the exhaust system shall be 95 dBA (per California Vehicle Code). Sound testing shall be performed with the following specifications (per NRS GRR Section 3.24 Exhaust System): ◦ Engine idling at 2500 RPM ◦ Sound Pressure Meter shall be placed a distance of 20 inches from and at the same height as the exhaust outlet, angled 45 degrees either side from the centerline of the exhaust outlet. ◦ The test shall be on open, level ground and be free from any obstructions. • Vehicle is not using ethylene glycol antifreeze, or owner shall provide documentation that the original manufacturer prohibits such a change. Owner shall sign an event-supplied Antifreeze Warrant. • No fluid leaks. • Undercarriage wash. Competitors and volunteers will be advised to wash the undercarriage of their vehicles prior to arriving at the Event to help prevent the spread of non-native plant species. All competition, service and Event (volunteer) vehicles will undergo a compulsory, organizer paid, on-site undercarriage weed wash at the designated technical inspection location. Once washed at tech inspection, all vehicles shall be prohibited from traveling on any dirt road prior to their arrival at the LPNF Frazier Mountain course and/or service area on Saturday morning. • All competition vehicles must carry a spill kit. Those approved for use by Rally America are acceptable.

Location & Time(s) South Kern Christian Church 3224 Mt. Pinos Way Frazier Park, CA 93225 Friday, May 19, 2017, 5:00 – 8:00 PM Saturday, May 20, 2017, 7:00 – 9:00 AM (by appointment only)

13. Shakedown There will be no shakedown stage.

14. Start of the Rally Publication Times of Starting Order The official starting order will be posted Saturday, May 20, 12:00 PM at the CRS Scoring Trailer located in the Frazier Mountain Service Area. The list of entrants may be posted to the event website. At no time will the list of entrants posted on the website be considered an official start order. The actual start order will be determined by the Steward and the Clerk of the Course. These officials will use speed factors, an individual’s competitive history, and the vehicle entered as input when deciding Frazier Mountain Rally

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Official Time Official time will be synchronized to the atomic clock broadcast and will be displayed during competitor registration and at the CRS Scoring Trailer located in the Frazier Mountain Service Area at 12:00pm on May 20.

Official Start Location and Time The rally will officially start at 1:00 PM from MTC 1 in the Frazier Mountain Service Area.

Start Area / Start Parc Exposé There will be no parc exposé.

15. Running of the Rally Time Card Change During the Rally Location Competitors' Meeting MTC 2A Service 1 -- Scoring Trailer MTC 3

Time Card Issued for Leg 1 Collected Issued for Leg 2 Collected

Early check-in in accordance with GRR 2.17.3 is authorized for the final controls of Leg One and Leg Two.

Starting System of Special Stages Because stages are run several times in sequence, the starting interval for the stages will be one minute. As time allows or if conditions demand, the organizers may change the starting interval at any time.

Identification of Officials Officials of the event will be identified as detailed below. Marshals Orange or yellow vests Stage Control Captain Orange or yellow vests Media Yellow vests Other Officials Name tags

Time Control and Check-In Procedure Controls will be run according to GRR 2.21 and the timing system will be the National System as described in GRR 2.22 with the method of determining check-in times described in GRR 2.22.2.2. Timing for the rally will be in hours, minutes, and hundredths of a minute.

Floating Reseed Floating reseeds will take place several times during the event. This floating reseed allows faster teams to move up in the starting order for safety reasons. A floating reseed does not always allow enough time for a team to be placed in their precise position on the road based on their current position in the event. Use of the floating reseed may slightly increase or decrease the time allowed in a service area for a given team.

Maximum Permitted Lateness Because the stage is run multiple times in a turnaround configuration, a Maximum Permitted Lateness is therefore Frazier Mountain Rally

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necessary to keep the rally on schedule. Teams falling behind schedule are subject to being excluded from the event. Competitors are allowed 25 minutes to finish each stage and then allowed to accumulate up to a maximum of 5 minutes of additional lateness between MTCs. The MPL is calculated by allowing 25 minutes for each stage run since the last MTC and then adding the 5 minutes of allowed lateness. Competitors exceeding this total are subject to being excluded. Therefore, a competitor taking more than 30 minutes to complete any single stage may be excluded from the event. Delays may alter the MPL. The radio network will be kept abreast of any changes. Penalty for Late Arrival at an ATC or MTC will be 10 hundredths per minute. The penalty for early arrival at an ATC is one minute per minute, or fraction of a minute. You will be penalized for early check in at an ATC. You may check in early at MTCs entering the service area but you must declare your correct arrival time. If your declared arrival time has not passed, the declared time will be recorded on the time card. If the declared time has passed, the current minute will be recorded on time card. You must enter MTC 1 at the start of the rally on your correct minute.

Notification of Traffic Violations Any competitor who receives a traffic violation, or discovers that their crew has received a traffic violation, either during reconnaissance or the rally, must notify the Clerk of the Course as soon as possible. Penalties will be assessed as per GRR 2.24. Any competitor failing to take documented action to notify the Clerk of the Course at the next service or time control immediately following the receipt or knowledge of the traffic violation will be assessed a double time penalty.

Retirement Any team retiring permanently from the rally must report such retirement to the organizers as soon as possible using the Withdrawal Form located in the Stage Notes. Any crew failing to comply will be liable to a sanction at the Steward’s discretion. The crew should complete the form and turn it in to a rally official.

Re-Starting There are limited opportunities for returning a vehicle to the field. The only point at which any re-entry will be considered is following a service or the start of Leg Two. The vehicle must be re-inspected by the Chief Scrutineer and approved by the Steward and the Clerk of the Course. The vehicle will be scored as DNF. The vehicle will no longer be a competitor and no times from any further stages it completes will be posted. Competitors will be re-inserted as close to their previous position as possible. Any competitors who have restarted must not pass any other competitor (excluding disabled or stopped vehicles) upon pain of a $100 fine payable to Clerk of the Course, which must be paid before the Chief Scrutineer will return their logbook. Sweep will not wait for re-started teams to reach a maximum permitted lateness time. Restarted teams that are stopped on the course and are caught by the sweep vehicle will be excluded from further participation regardless of maximum permitted lateness.

Stage Notes The event-supplied Stage Notes are a description of the special stage roads written by Mike and Paula Gibeault and finalized by the organizers. Notes are solely intended to assist competitors in negotiating the route and have not been prepared to allow speeds beyond what is reasonable. Each competitor takes full responsibility for control of their vehicle at all times. Teams may share their notes with other teams. There are no restrictions on the use of any stage notes.

16. Service Area Location The Frazier Mountain Service Area is located 0.4 miles east from the Mt. Pinos Ranger District Headquarters on Frazier Frazier Mountain Rally

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Mountain Road. There is no reliable or consistent cellular service from within the service area. It is a large, paved lot with two portable toilets for our use, one of which complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Please use these two portable units, as the two vault toilets should remain available to other forest users.

Access Times for Service Vehicles Service crews may enter and begin set-up in the service area at 8:00 AM on Saturday, May 20. Each team will be assigned four (4) standard parking spaces for their service area. A service area marshal will be available to help direct teams to their assigned areas.

Trailer Policy Due to limited space, no trailers are allowed in the service area. SxS competitors are exempt from this due to transit restrictions enacted by USFS. However, teams sharing a service crew may be allowed to bring a service trailer into the service area, at the discretion of the organizer, but must make such arrangements in advance. If you plan to share a service crew or wish to service next another team, please contact Stacey Hamblin to make those arrangements. Competitors are encouraged to park their trailers at their motel due to limited space in the service area. The trailer parking at Koko's Mountain Motel is limited and available on a first-come first serve basis.

Park and Ride TBD

Trash Disposal & Recycling When possible, please carry out your own trash as there is a limited number of trash receptacles. Recycling bins will be available for can and bottle disposal.

17. Prizes The prize giving will take place on Saturday evening at the conclusion of the event, May 20 (approx. 8:30 PM) at the Falcon's Nest. Awards will be presented to the top one third of the starters in each CRS class, as well as to the top three finishers in AWD and 2WD for the NASA Pacific Rally Cup. The number of Awards to be presented shall be determined by the number of entrants in each class as of the end of the Early Entry period. The first in class CRS winners will be recognized in a champagne ceremony at the Falcon’s Nest immediately following finalized results.

18. After Rally Celebration Please join us at the Falcon's Nest immediately after the rally for champagne ceremony, awards, photographs, storytelling, bragging, blaming, hugs and high-fives. The Falcon's Nest will stay open late to accommodate the rally and serve dinner; please consider patronizing this supportive, local establishment.

19. Final Checks After clearing the final control, the Chief Scrutineer will notify any competitors who need to move their vehicle into Parc Fermé for scrutineering until the provisional results become final. Any team failing to do so may lose their right to be considered a finisher.

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20. Results Publication of Provisional Final Results The digital display in the CRS Scoring Trailer in the parking lot at the South Kern Christian Church (directly adjacent to the Falcon's Nest) will be used to post the provisional results. A notice will be posted on the display indicating the time of posting for provisional results.

21. Protests It should be understood that the generally accepted procedure for issues is first to submit an inquiry using the Inquiry Form from the Stage Notes. No fee is associated with an inquiry. The event officials will rule on the inquiry. Should the competitors not be satisfied with the ruling, they may duly lodge a protest. A fee is associated with a protest. The event officials will rule on the protest. Should the competitors still not be satisfied, they must file an Intent to Appeal with the Steward within one hour of the protest decision and must also send their appeal to the Secretary of the National Court of Appeal (GRR 2.30).

Protest Fees Protest fees will be in accordance with GRR 2.30.

22. Novice Competitor Orientation A Novice Competitor Orientation (NCO) will be offered at the event.

Location & Time The Novice Competitor Orientation will be held on Saturday, May 20 at 8:00 AM at the Falcon's Nest private dining room.

Participation Participation will be in accordance with GRR 2.5.9: “New rally competitors are required to participate in a Novice Competitor Orientation (NCO)” and “It is the competitor’s obligation to see that this requirement is satisfied.” Competitors purchasing a NASA Rally Sport rally license for the first time, or those who have attended fewer than three orientations, must attend Novice Competitor Orientation unless granted an exemption as described below. Competitors who are required to attend and who fail to do so will not be allowed to start the rally.

Exemption Competitors seeking an exemption from the NCO may request an exemption by doing all of the following: 1. Document their relevant rally experience on an NCO Exemption Request form (available from Kristopher Marciniak of NASA Rally Sport upon request) 2. Submit the request form before the regular entry deadline. 3. The request will be either approved or denied by a Steward or a NASA Rally Sport representative. One possible reason for having an exemption approved would be having a rally license issued by another organization, such as the FIA. The request will be either approved or denied by NASA Rally Sport.

23. Emergency Procedures & Special Fire Safety Requirements It is imperative that all competitors thoroughly acquaint themselves with the Emergency Procedures in the GRR. Emergency Medical Technicians will be at the start of each stage. Standard stage rally procedures apply for on-stage accidents. Remember to use your Red Cross and O.K. placards appropriately. There will be HAM radio operators at the Frazier Mountain Rally

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start, finish, and blockages. The blockage/radio locations are noted in the Stage Notes. To secure the quickest EMT response for a medical emergency, stop at the next closest radio location indicated in the Stage Notes.

Hospitals In the event of a medical emergency, responding ALS units will determine the appropriate destination hospital. Destination information will be provided by the responding units. Resources available are: Henry Mayo Hospital, 23845 McBean Parkway, Valencia (661) 253-8000 San Joaquin Community Hospital, 2615 Chester Ave, Bakersfield (661) 395-3000 Bakersfield Memorial Hospital, 420 34th St, Bakersfield (661) 327-4647 Antelope Valley Hospital, 1600 W Ave J, Lancaster (661) 949-5000 Lancaster Community Hospital, 43830 10th St. West, Lancaster (661) 940-1420 Hall Ambulance, 1001 21st St, Bakersfield (661) 327-4111 Allied Medical Transport, Bakersfield (661) 888-2777 American Medical Response, 1055 West Ave J, Lancaster (661) 945-9310 / Dispatch (877) 808-2100 LA County Fire Station 77, 46833 Peace Valley Rd, Gorman (661) 248-5284 Kern County Fire Station 57, 729 West End Drive, Frazier Park (661) 245-3706

Additional Special Fire Safety Requirements Due to the recent drought conditions, the Forest Service is extremely sensitive to fire safety. Competitors are urged to familiarize themselves with ways to prevent wildfire: http://www.preventwildfireca.org/ The One Less Spark campaign includes vehicle safety precautions, such as insulating your trailer safety chains so that they do not accidentally spark if they contact the roadway. More info: http://www.preventwildfireca.org/Proper-Vehicle-Use-to-Prevent-Wildfire/ To better prepare competitors to prevent a fire at the Event: • Each rally team must carry on board their competition vehicle a shovel suitable for use in extinguishing a small grass fire. Folding field shovels are acceptable for this requirement. Shovels will be checked during scrutineering. • At any time a competition vehicle is forced to stop along a stage, after placing warning triangles, the team must remove fire safety equipment from their vehicle and stand ready to prevent a fire from their vehicle’s catalytic converter. • Parking any vehicle off road in vegetation is not authorized. • All competition vehicles must carry a spill kit. Those approved for use by Rally America are acceptable. Those wishing to smoke cigarettes anywhere along the course route may only do so by: • Smoking inside their vehicle. • Using an appropriate receptacle to collect any ashes. • Fully extinguishing the cigarette when done. • Disposing of cigarette butts in an appropriate trash receptacle.

24. Use of Drones Given the terrain and the terms of the Event's Special Use Permit, the use of drones for any purpose is prohibited.

25. Volunteers We are blessed with a wonderful group of dedicated volunteers that makes our event possible. This group includes not only the control crews that you work with directly, but also the communication crews and emergency medical teams spread throughout the course. Please take a moment to engage with them and offer thanks for their effort. If you know of anyone interested in volunteering, please refer them to Stacey Hamblin at [email protected] or find volunteer instructions on the event website.

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26. Official Notification of Disclaimer Motorsports is dangerous and accidents causing death, bodily injury, disability, and property damage can and do happen. NASA Rally Sport makes an effort to provide participants with a safe environment for everyone involved. Despite strict rule enforcement and strict rule adherence, all participants must be aware that their mere presence at an event presents a chance of becoming critically or fatally injured, even by no fault of their own. These rules do not guarantee or imply that injuries or death cannot occur. If there are any questions or problems with these rules and regulations, it is the participant’s responsibility to immediately contact a NASA Rally Sport office or the National Auto Sport Association (NASA) office prior to participating at an event.

27. Use of Mt. Pinos Ranger District in Los Padres National Forest Teams (driver, co-driver, and crew members) may enter, camp, and utilize the Mt. Pinos Ranger District of the Los Padres National Forest per regulations starting Friday, May 19. Per the regulations, teams may not enter, walk, or travel over any stage roads prior to the event except as scheduled for reconnaissance.

28. Microtrash The term “microtrash” refers to small, discarded foreign objects such as broken glass, bottle caps, cigarette butts, bullet casings, metal washers, and other bits of trash, all of which pose a serious threat to condors. Being scavengers and naturally curious, condors are attracted to these small, often shiny objects and ingest them or feed them to their chicks. Please help protect the area wildlife by using extreme care with your trash when on US Forest Service lands and in the local mountain communities.

29. Appendices Appendix 1 – DNF / Accident Procedures If a competitor is unable to continue, they must do the following: • Submit a Notice of Withdrawal form (from the Stage Notes) to the Clerk of the Course, and • Turn in the time card to a control volunteer or other event official. If any accident with injury or third party damage occurs, the competitor must complete an Incident Report located in the Stage Notes. Note that in many cases, both forms will be required. Regardless of circumstances, the Chief Scrutineer will check your vehicle before your log book is returned to you.

Appendix 2 – Radios HAM radio frequencies will be made available at registration. Competitors and crew may not broadcast into Net Control, with the exception of emergency traffic.

Appendix 3 – Spectating There is no spectating area at this event.

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Appendix 4 – Stage Schedule

Appendix 5 – Service Area Map

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Appendix 6 – Competitor Registration and Undercarriage Wash

Registration Parking Feed Supply Car Wash

Saturday Registration Motel 6/Flying J

Scrutineering 0.2 mi

Temporary Registration Parking On Dirt Lot

Chatterpiller Toys

Saturday Registration (Competitor, Volunteer, Media) Mountain Communities Family Resource Center Lower Level Conference Room 3015 Mt. Pinos Way Frazier Park, CA 93225 Undercarriage Weed Wash Fast Eddie's Car Wash 3101 Mt. Pinos Way Frazier Park, CA 93225

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Appendix 7 – Scrutineering and Rally HQ

Koko's Mountain Motel Rally HQ

Saturday Registration Car Wash 0.2 mi

Scrutineering

ACE Hardware

Falcon's Nest

South Kern Christian Church

Rally HQ Koko's Mountain Motel 3225 Mt. Pinos Way Frazier Park, CA 93225 Scrutineering (Friday & Saturday) South Kern Christian Church 3224 Mt. Pinos Way Frazier Park, CA 93225 Friday Competitor Registration, NCO, Award Ceremony Falcon's Nest 3216 Mt Pinos Way Frazier Park, CA 93225

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Appendix 8 – Park & Ride Map TBD.

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Appendix 9 – Example Time Cards

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Appendix 10 – Additional Regulations for SxS Competitors Welcome Thank you for your interest in participating in the rally! Although there are some differences from most off road or desert races, rally shares the same fundamental principles of speed and endurance. Rally competitors run point to point on closed and tightly controlled special stages and you may find that the precision required of calling every course feature included in the stage notes brings a new level of challenge. Appendix 10 specifically applies to SxS competitors and is meant to build upon the supplemental regulations above, which apply to all event competitors and crew.

Nomenclature & Definitions The terms “SxS”, “Side by Side”, and “UTV” may be used interchangeably within this document. An SxS is a vehicle with a similar layout to a standard two seat automobile with a driver and co-driver with the exception that the envelope of the cockpit is not fully enclosed. Vehicles are generally production-based SxSs constructed by a recognized national manufacturer which are available for purchase by the general public. Definitions of rally-specific terms can be found in GRR Section 1.5 Nomenclature and Definitions.

Sanctioning This event is sanctioned by the National Auto Sports Association and shall operate under the NASA Rally Sport (NRS) General Regulations for Rallies (GRR) and its Appendices, as amended and modified by these Supplementary TM Regulations. The specific rules pertaining to RallySxS can be found on the NASA Rally Sport website: http://nasarallysport.com/main/rules. It is the participant's responsibility to understand and comply with all rally safety and event operations

NASA Rally Sport GRR Applicability The entirety of the GRR sections 1 and 2, shall apply to RallySxS(TM) competitors. While the GRR Sections 1 and 2 are written to be "vehicle-neutral" with respect to the wording of "car" versus "SxS" it is to be understood that the all GRRs concepts apply to SxS riders.

Co-driver Requirement for SxS A team consists of (1) driver and (1) co-driver. Teams who alternate driver/co-driving duties will accrue points for awards based on the driver with the higher ranking. (See GRR Section 2.5.2.1 Traditional Driver and Co-driver).

SxS OHV Legal Compliance All SxSs will be subject to CA OHV laws. However, it is understood that SxSs are generally not street legal and will not be required to present registration or insurance documents at event registration (GRR Sections 1.1 and 1.3).

OHV Permit Requirements Participants will be subject to CA OHV green or red sticker permit regulations (or non-resident permit as applicable). Permits must be obtained prior to registration. http://ohv.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=26886 For states bordering California, the Oregon OHV Permit, the Nevada OHV Registration Decal, and the Arizona OHV Decal meet the requirement for OHV registration. http://ohv.parks.ca.gov/pages/25010/files/le_quickbook-oct2014final.pdf

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USFS-Approved Spark Arrestor Because of the dry conditions and high fire danger, additional fire safety precautions are required by the Event's special use permit. The exhaust systems of all SxSs shall include either a muffler or a spark arrestor capable of fulfilling the requirements of CA Vehicle Code section CVC 38366.

Maximum Tire Size GRR Section 6, 2.3.2 (b) “Each tire must be a maximum of 26” in diameter.” is hereby amended. The maximum tire size allowed for use at the Event shall be 30”.

Alternative Transit Requirement Because rallies generally include non-competitive transit sections that utilize open public roadways not approved for SxS use, per the USFS permit, SxS competitors must transport their competition vehicle via truck or trailer on the public roadways, including the transits between the service area (MTC OUT) and Chuchupate stage ATC and the Frazier Mountain stage FTC and the service area (MTC IN). Additional transit time has been factored into the event schedule for this requirement and the resulting loading/unloading operation. Additional consideration will be made for SxS competitors when assigning the team service area location to provide easy egress. The transit consists of a 2.1 mile section of USFS road (tarmac) between the Service Area and the Stage STC/FTC. SxS competitors must have a crew member available to tow the competition vehicle, by truck or trailer, for the following transit sections. Once the SxS has been unloaded at the STC, the truck/trailer must return to the service area, as there is no suitable shoulder parking. The crew must coordinate with Service Area Radio for their team’s estimated arrival at FTC. • MTC 1 to STC 1 (Service to Stage) • FTC 2 to Service (Stage to Service) • MTC 2 to STC 3 (Service to Stage) • FTC 4 to Service/Hotel (Stage to Awards/Champagne Ceremony) If you do not have crew for the event, please contact the organizers who can assist in connecting the SxS team with possible tow vehicle drivers.

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