Any person may register for the race. You will be classified according to your bike, and depending on your time achieved in the qualification rides, you will race in the Master contest with the fastest riders, or in the Racer contest with those who have not qualified for the Master category yet.
Master 1000 cc (the fastest in 1000 cc) : four-stroke engine bikes with fairing with a capacity of: Two-cylinder engines over 850 cc, three-cylinder engines over 680 cc, four-cylinder engines over 640 cc.
Master 600 cc (the fastest in 600 cc) : four-stroke engine bikes with fairing with a capacity of: Two-cylinder engines up to 850 cc, three-cylinder engines up to 680 cc, four-cylinder engines up to 640 cc.
Racer 1000 cc and 600 cc together:
Red flag: Signals race or training suspension, all riders must slow down and be prepared to stop and return to the box. Overtaking prohibited.
Yellow flag: Signals danger on the track. Overtaking is prohibited from the yellow flag to TK station where a green flag is posted. Used in several variants.
1) A single flag in motion means danger on the track. Slow down, do not pass, be ready to change the direction.
2) Two flags in motion mean a larger obstacle on the track. Slow down, do not pass, be ready to even stop.
3) The flag is posted at the TK station that directly precedes the dangerous location.
Yellow flag with red strips: At rest, is informs riders that track grip worsened in the zone behind the flag, e.g., due to the presence of oil or water.
Blue flag: In motion, it informs the rider that he/she is going to be passed by a faster rider. When the flag is posted at the exit from the box, it signals to the rider entering the track that a faster rider is approaching.
White flag: Ambulance or other vehicle on the track. Overtaking is prohibited, unless passing a much slower rider.
Green flag: The track is free again. It is used at TK stations immediately behind the accident which required one or more yellow flags.
Black flag: Shown at the starting line together with the starting number. In the next lap, the rider must stop in the box or a place destined for that purpose. If the rider fails to respond for any reason whatsoever, the flag is shown in four consecutive laps at the most.
Black flag with orange strip:
The flag is shown together with the starting number of the rider who has mechanical problems threatening him/her or others, and means that he/she must stop in the box in the next lap.
If all mechanical problems are fixed to the satisfaction of the main scrutineer, the rider may continue in the race.
Checkered flag: It is waved at the finish line and means the end of training or a race.
White flag with diagonal red cross: Flag posted in rest at TK stations. Signals rain drops in the specific track section.
RULES AND PRINCIPLES OF THE CIRCUIT DAY :
You will learn from the following lines what our regulations are and what you may expect.
The first rides start usually at 09:00 am. However, there is plenty of work you should manage to do before getting to the racing track. First you should register at the formal transfer point. You will receive a time schedule here and discuss with the organizers which group you will start riding in and all the other necessities. You will sign the required documents and pick up a transponder that measures your lap time. Riders registered in advance will have everything ready, so it is much easier and less expensive.
After you return from the formal transfer, you should get your bike ready. Then you will undergo a technical acceptance test of your bike by a person from our agency. The objective of the technical acceptance test is exclusively your safety. Then you just put on tyre heaters and check your tyre pressure and quickly the machine’s overall condition. This is very important since you ride at high speeds, and poor machine condition may be very dangerous to you and others. The transponder attachment is mainly important from a financial point of view. Loss of incurs a cost of 300 euro. The transponder holder must be fixed firmly in the upright position using, e.g., cable ties. It should not be higher than 120 cm from the ground. The transponder is then fixed to the holder using a split pin in the upper holder section. Don't worry. We will help you with everything at the technical acceptance or at any other time.
At 08:30 am, the riders will be briefed. We will discuss basic information about the event and repeat the most important issues you need to know. Your participation at the briefing is mandatory.
Now comes the moment you’ve been waiting for, when you can hit the track for the first time. When entering the track, you must give way to riders on the track and watch carefully not to run directly into another rider's path. Such a situation may not turn out well for anyone involved. During the first laps, try mainly to read the track and accelerate gradually. Excessive acceleration is a frequent cause of unnecessary falls. Each rider goes according to his/her skills and abilities, but try to concentrate just on yourself and ride smoothly. It is not only the fastest method, but also the safest one. In case of technical problems, try not to threaten yourself and other riders, and warn about your problem by raising your arm. Then try not to cross the path, and drive either to the boxes or outside the track. When driving to the boxes, try to alert riders behind you as soon as possible and keep on the side of the entrance to boxes the whole time. If you start crossing the path at the last moment, it is quite probable that someone would run into you, which may seriously destroy yours and someone else's day.
CHAMPIONSHIP REGULATIONS :
Any rider without exception may compete in The Yamaha Dunlop Cup. Everyone is eligible to line up on the starting line on the contest day and race for the best position possible. The championship has, however, its regulations, which we have sought to set up as fairly as possible. The following are the basic regulations:
- Points from individual races of the championship are only counted for riders who DO NOT OWN a racing licence. Indeed, riders who own the licence may start, but outside the point rating, they are not entitled to also receive prizes and trophies. The fastest riders and winners will be announced for each individual event and provided with prizes and trophies.
- A rider who registers for both days of a two-day event may obtain points from individual races to the rating of the whole championship only.
- No single type of tyres are prescribed for this championship.
- In the Master 600 category, riders may start with bikes of Supersport, Superstock, and Moto 2 specification.
- In Master 1000 category, riders may start with bikes of Superbike and Superstock 1000 specification.
- In the SENIOR championship classification, riders who reached the age of 45 and more will be included. It means that the rider may score for the first time here in the year he/she is 45 years old. SENIOR class will be put in the category Master 600 and Master 1000.
- The overall rating of the championship will depend on the number of points collected from individual races. If the points are equal, the higher number of better positions is decisive.
- Classification of individual races is conventional: 1st position - 25 points , 2nd position - 20 points , 3rd position - 16 points , 4th position - 13 points , 5th position - 11 points , 6th position - 10 points , 7th position - 9 points , 8th position - 8 points , 9th position - 7 points , 10th position - 6 points , 11th position - 5 points , 12th position - 4 points , 13th position - 3 points , 14th position - 2 points , 15th position - 1 point .
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In case of any change in these personal details, it is necessary to report them immediately to your agency, either by email or phone, or directly at the registration desk before the first ride on the circuit.