UK Minimoto Championship round 1 at Teesside Karting on Sunday 30 April.

These are the instructions for the UK Minimoto Championship round 1 at
Teesside Karting on Sunday 30 April.
If you need to know anything about the track or directions, here is their web site address.

Sign-on will be from 11.15am till 12.30. The riders briefing taking place at
12.40 in the signing on area with the first practice to start at 1.15pm on
the dot. I hope to be finished at 6pm.

This is a very long track so gearing will be 7/62ish for 6.5" wheels and the
longest gearing you have for the 5" wheels on the 910s 7/60ish

There will be only 2 Junior Groups as the track is so big it can accommodate
this. All juniors who took part in a full seasons racing last year will
start in group 1 all others plus new novice will be in group 2. Again this
will change after qualifying with the top 25 going in group 1. Group 2 will
be more for the novice/new riders.

Any BikeWise riders either novice or experienced are welcome to our UK
Championship on this weekend. Junior Fee £35 Senior £40 and transponder hire
£5, Additional class £10. There are no UK Championship membership fees for
this event if you are a registered BikeWise member only doing the one event.
Please fill in the scrutineering sheet before you sign in.

Format for QUALIFYING practice will be:
Open Class: 2 x 8 mins.
Junior Group 2:  2 x 10 mins.
Junior Group 1:  2 x 10 mins.
Middle and Heavy: 2 x 10 mins.
Feathers and Lights: 2 x 10 mins.

Format for RACES will be:
Open Class: 4 x 6 lap races rotating grid.
Junior Group 2: 3 x 6 lap races.
Junior Group 1: 3 x 6 lap races.
Production Middle and Heavy: 3 x 6 lap races.
Feathers and Lights: 3 x 6 lap races.

We could do with another first aider on this Sunday can anyone else lend a
After qualifying can all parents make sure their racers know what grid
position they are to be on and make sure they know where to sit on the dummy
grid. Sheets will be displayed in the office. Any rider not starting on
their correct grid position will get a 10 second time penalty.

Thanks Tosh

Durham Police Motorcycle Section working in partnership with Durham County Council, has undergone training with the ACU Local Authority Support Unit and formed the BikeWise Mini Bike Club
The club was launched in April 2007 and gives young people aged between six and seventeen the opportunity to be licensed by the ACU and lawfully use their mini bikes at events that we host
Events are held approximately every three weeks, usually on Sunday’s at various venue’s in the Durham area.
A parent or guardian must attend with their children

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Next Meeting

Carrville Park & Ride : Sunday 9th April 2017
1000hrs sign on,  for a 1030hrs safety brief & start

Teesside : Starts Tuesday 18th April 2017 – (Every Two weeks)
5-8pm (01642 231 117) Not run by BWMBC or under ACU rules

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