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Commission Update 25/09/2020

MI ROUND 3 – TYNAGH 04/09/20

Entries are now open for next weekend’s race. This race will be run as the last event was, in line with COVID-19 restrictions. Our first race went very well and this is largely down to all of you adhering to the guidelines, so we would like to thank you and ask that you all familiarise yourself with the following information again.

PRE-EVENT QUESTIONNAIRE

If you are attending this event you must complete our pre-event questionnaire by midnight on Thursday, the survey link will be shared here, on Facebook and via your registered email on Thursday morning. This includes all drivers, parents, entrants, mechanics, and team personnel.

It is the responsibility of the driver to ensure their “plus 1” has completed this survey.

It is the responsibility of the Team Principals to ensure all their personnel have completed this survey.

SIGN-ON

To maintain social distancing, each class will be given a designated sign-on time. These sign-on times can be found in the supplementary regulations. There will be no sign-on granted outside of these times and there is no sign-on on Sunday.

SCRUITNITY

Scrutiny will also take place on Saturday, times for scrutiny are outlined in the supplementary regulations. There will be no scrutiny outside of these times and there is no scrutiny on Sunday.

VIRTUAL NOTICE BOARD

To maintain social distancing, there will be no physical notice board at this weekend’s racing.

Race results from this weekend’s meeting in Tynagh which will be published on timing.ie you can access them by clicking here.

Grids will also be published here in advance of the event, as soon as entry lists are finalised. Grids will be fixed, and any gaps on the grid will see each driver bumped up one spot to fill the gap.

VIRTUAL DRIVERS BRIEFING

To maintain social distancing, there will be no physical driver’s briefing at this weekend’s racing.

Briefing notes will be prepared by the COC and handed to each driver at sign-on. You will also receive an email with the briefing note. A copy will also be issued to each team. It is the responsibility of each driver to ensure they have understood briefing.

PETROL STATION

The designated fuel station for this year has been changed, please take note of the new station on the supplementary regulations.


TEAM PRINCIPALS

Team principals most complete the following Team Principal Licence List

We will continue to post all event updates here, so please check back regular.

T4 WORLD CUP

FINAL INSTRUCTIONS

Final instructions for this weekend’s T4 World Cup

Final-Instructions-T4-World-Cup-Sept-27th-2020

SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS

Supplementery-Regs-T4-World-Cup

Commission Update 24/09/2020

If you are attending the Tillotson Racing T4 World Cup this weekend you must complete the below pre-event questionnaire by midnight on Saturday. This includes all drivers, parents, entrants, mechanics, and team personnel.

Commission Update 11/09/2020

DRIVERS BRIEFING NOTES

To maintain social distancing, there will be no physical driver’s briefing at this weekend’s racing. It is the responsibility of each driver to ensure they have read and understood the below briefing notes.

MI-Karting-Drivers-briefing-notes

FINAL INSTRUCTIONS

Final instructions for this weekends racing in Galway.

Final-Instructions-Tynagh-Sept-13th-2020

Commission Update 10/09/2020

PADDOCK AREA

No bicycles, scooters, etc are permitted in the paddock are this weekend.

PRE-EVENT QUESTIONNAIRE

Please click here to complete our pre-event questionnaire. Please complete by midnight on Thursday 10th September

INDEMNITY FORM

Please download, print and complete the below indemnity form, you must bring the completed form with you to sign-on on Saturday.

Commission Update 09/09/2020

This weekend’s race is going to be done a little differently than we are used to, so we ask that you all read the following information carefully and there are some extra requirements for drivers/team this weekend. Below you will find this weekend’s supplementary regulations and running order.

PRE-EVENT QUESTIONNAIRE

If you are attending the event this weekend you must complete our pre-event questionnaire by midnight on Thursday, the survey link will be shared here, on Facebook and via your registered email on Thursday morning. This includes all drivers, parents, entrants, mechanics, and team personnel.

It is the responsibility of the driver to ensure their “plus 1” has completed this survey.

It is the responsibility of the Team Principals to ensure all their personnel have completed this survey.

SIGN-ON

To maintain social distancing, each class will be given a designated sign-on time. These sign-on times can be found in the supplementary regulations. There will be no sign-on granted outside of these times and there is no sign-on on Sunday.

SCRUITNITY

Scrutiny will also take place on Saturday, times for scrutiny are outlined in the supplementary regulations. There will be no scrutiny outside of these times and there is no scrutiny on Sunday.

VIRTUAL NOTICE BOARD

To maintain social distancing, there will be no physical notice board at this weekend’s racing.

Race results from this weekend’s meeting in Tynagh which will be published on timing.ie you can access them by clicking here.

Grids will also be published here in advance of the event, as soon as entry lists are finalised. Grids will be fixed, and any gaps on the grid will see each driver bumped up one spot to fill the gap.

VIRTUAL DRIVERS BRIEFING

To maintain social distancing, there will be no physical driver’s briefing at this weekend’s racing.

Briefing notes will be prepared by the COC and handed to each driver at sign-on. You will also receive an email with the briefing note. A copy will also be issued to each team. It is the responsibility of each driver to ensure they have understood briefing.

PETROL STATION

The designated fuel station for this year has been changed, please take note of the new station on the supplementary regulations.
TEAM PRINCIPALS

Team principals most complete the following Team Principal Licence List

SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS

Regs-Tynagh-13th-Sept-2020

RUNNING ORDER

Race-Order-Tynagh-Sept-13th-2020

Commission Update 06/09/2020

We are delighted to be returning to racing next weekend and to release our Return to Sport COVID-19 Policy this policy document has been prepared with the safety of our competitors, teams and officials in mind. It is essential that everyone attending an MI Karting event familiarise themselves with the following document and their new responsibilities.

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Commission Update 19/07/2020

  1. Cadets are now permitted to use 2 sets of tyres for our shortened season. Previously it was 3 sets. The above refers to cadet slick tyres. Wets are as usual open .
  2. The kart commission has been advised by the Motorsport Ireland medical commission that any driver, entrant or parent who recently travelled to countries not listed on the government green list will have to observe the 14 day quarantine period from their return. Anybody found to be non-compliant with this issue will be excluded from the event and any remaining rounds of the 2020 championship.
  3. Please note motorsport Ireland will be appointing a number of COVID officers at our events. One officer will be the lead officer and will be a named judge of fact and will enforce the COVID protocols. Following 3 breaches of the rule by a participant, they will be asked to leave the facility.
  4. 2020 MI Karting championship will consist of 4 rounds and no dropped rounds will be allowed.
  5. We would ask all drivers who have registered on the EVA system to please ensure their full address is entered. It is also vital to have the correct transponder number entered as this is the number we will be forwarding to timing.ie, if you are hiring a transponder just enter HIRING.