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RULES AND REGS

It would be appreciated if all those attending any Portsmouth Motocross Club meeting would kindly read the following notices, which are of direct interest and concern to them.

[ WARNING ] MOTOR SPORT IS DANGEROUS AND PERSONS ATTENDING THE MEETING DO SO ENTIRELY AT THEIR OWN RISK

 


Bikes to be pushed at walking pace to the start/finish area. Any rider who is seen to be riding bikes at speed in these areas will risk loss of points, and if seen on a second occasion, sent home. Your attention is drawn to the serious consequences which could arise from an accident caused by the unauthorised riding in the paddock.

Under no circumstances are dogs allowed within the precinct of the course. This ruling will be strictly enforced. Dogs are to be kept on a lead at ALL times. Please clean up after your dog.

Under no circumstances should you cross the course whilst racing is in progress. At such times when it is permissible to cross the course, a marshal will indicate where it is safe to do so.

All riders must be on their bikes, have the correct riding number and coloured numbers/background for their riding group. Numbers must be clear and visible.

ALL PROTESTS MUST BE IN WRITING with a fee of £50.

No pushbikes allowed within the precinct of the course and no Osset bikes permitted at PMXC meetings.

RULES THAT MUST BE UPHELD

1. RIDING IN THE PITS

Any rider riding in the pits, in any shape or form within the pit area, will have their race points taken away.

A repeat offence will mean suspension from the next race meeting.

2. SPECTATORS TRACKSIDE

You must stay WITHIN the clearly marked spectator areas; this is for your own safety and the safety of the riders on the track. Riders do not need too much assistance. Only signed-on officials are allowed on the track. NO PERSONS ALLOWED BEYOND THE BLUE ROPING.

3. CORRECT BACKGROUNDS

You must have the correct coloured backgrounds for your group and your correct riding number. If you do not, your bike will not be passed and you will be unable to ride.

4. RIDERS RESPONSIBILITY

It is the riders responsibility to make sure that lapscorers can identify them.

 
It is a condition of admittance that all persons having any connection with the promotion and/or conduct of the meeting, including the landowners, and drivers of the vehicles are absolved from all liability arising out of accidents however caused in damage and/or personal injury to spectators or ticket holders.

 

 

 

 

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