Zadar, CROATIA 19-21 MAY 2017

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1. RACE SANCTION

This event has been approved by the UIM (Union Internationale Motonautique) and Jet Ski Savez Hrvatske (JSSH) who is the national affiliate for the UIM and the National Authority for Aquabike Racing in Croatia.

2. RACE OFFICIALS

Race director: Marco Pietrini

RUIM official: Luca Filiberti

Event Manager: Davor Hundić

Race Administrator: Tesa Hundić

Appeal Judge: Petr Pylaev

Safety Officer: Stefano Somigli

Technical Inspector: Paolo Careda

Chief Time Keeper: Marc Bigeard

3. DATE

19-21. May 2017, DAYLIGHT 5:27 - 20:24

4. LOCATION

44°06'54.0''N 15°13'22.6''E | 44.115015, 15.222958

Obala kralja Petra Krešimira IV, 23000 Zadar, CROATIA

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5. RULES AND REGULATIONS

◼ The races will be run under current rules of UIM and as stated in these Race Instructions and any other instructions issued before or at Riders Briefings.

◼ The Organisers reserve the right to change these Instructions at any time for safety reasons, provided that any change will be in accordance with the UIM rules.

◼ Any changes will be notified to competitors at Riders Briefing.

◼ Any infringement of the Rules or of the Race Instructions, or instructions issued at Riders Briefings may lead to disqualification or other penalties being applied by the Organising Committee.

◼ Organisers have the right to refuse any watercraft which they consider unsuitable and/or which does not conform to the requirements of the present UIM rules.

◼ The Organisers may cancel or postpone the event or a race at any time in the event of bad weather, equipment failure or otherwise. The entry fee is not refundable.

6. REGISTRATION AND ADMINISTRATION

On arrival at the race site, all competitors must report to the Race Administration to get permission for entering into paddock and Parking sticker.

FOR REGISTRATION EACH PILOT MUST PRESENT:

1. National Race Licence issued by his National Authority member of UIM

2. Continental Superlicence (if not, the Daily Licence can be purchased on site for 25 € - as per rule 203.02.04. of the 2017 UIM Aquabike rulebook).

3. CIVIL RESPONSABILITY INSURANCE „in and out race“ (1.000.000 €) (can be purchased on site for 25 €)

4. PERSONAL INSURANCE POLICY that covers medicat treatment, hospitalization and transportation home in case of injury. As per Croatian sport law and COC (can be purchased on site for 25 €)

5. „DOCUMENT #1“ – REGISTRATION OF THE COMPETITOR (to fill on site)

6. „DOCUMENT #2“ – TECHNICAL INSPECTION (to fill on site)

6.1. ONLINE REGISTRATION

www.aquabike-europe.eu/Inscription.php

Till May 07th 2017

◼ Pilot can reserve his racing number (first closed – first have)

◼ Pilot with closed registration will get pectoral with number and name for cost 15 €

◼ Pilot can purchase Insurance – Civil Responsability

◼ Pilot can purchase Insurance – Personal Insurance

◼ Pilot can purchase Insurance – Indemnity

May 08th – May 15th 2017

◼ Pilot can reserve his racing number (first closed – first have)

◼ Pilot with closed registration will get pectoral with number nad name for cost of 25 €

◼ Pilot can purchase Insurance – Civil Responsability

◼ Pilot can purchase Insurance – Personal Insurance

◼ Pilot can purchase Insurance – Indemnity

6.2. ON SITE REGISTRATION

May 18th – May 19th 2017

◼ Inscription fee - +50 €

◼ Pilot will get pectoral with number nad name for cost of 25 €

◼ Pilot can purchase Insurance – Civil Responsability

◼ Pilot can purchase Insurance – Personal Insurance

◼ Pilot can purchase Insurance – Indemnity

7. REGISTRATION FEE

Closed Course

Till May 15th the registration is ONLINE and inscription fee is 100 &€; for each category. After May 15th the Registration is possible only ON SITE and inscription fee is 150 &€; for each category.

Offshore

Till May 15th the registration is ONLINE and inscription fee is 300 &€; for each category. After May 15th the Registration is possible only ON SITE and inscription fee is 350 &€; for each category.

8. INSURANCE

All competitors must have valid Insurance Policy that covers:

a) Civil Responsability - according to UIM

b) Personal Insurance – according to JSSH

c) Indemnity Insurance – optional

In case of non possesion, the policies can be purchased on site.

9. CLASSES AND LAP TIME

302.02.02 - CIRCUIT CONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP

CLASS N° PILOTS (max) DURATION
Ski Juniors GP3 15 12 minutes + 1 Lap
Ski division GP3 22 15 minutes + 1 Lap
Ski division GP2 22 15 minutes + 1 Lap
Ski division GP1 22 15 minutes + 1 Lap
Ski division Women GP1 22 15 minutes + 1 Lap
Ski division Veterans GP1 22 15 minutes + 1 Lap
Runabout GP4 18 15 minutes + 1 Lap
Runabout GP2 18 15 minutes + 1 Lap
Runabout GP1 18 20 minutes + 1 Lap
Freestyle Free 3 minutes / Pilot

302.01.06 - OFFSHORE CONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP

CLASS 2STROKE 4STROKE TURBO/SCH POWER NOTICE
Runabout GP3 MAX 1.300cc MAX 2.000cc MAX 200hp TURBO/SCH NO MODIFICATION
Runabout GP2Light MAX 2.600cc MAX 2.600cc MAX 2.000cc MAX 250hp TURBO/SCH NO MODIFICATION
Runabout GP2 MAX 2.600cc MAX 2.600cc MAX 2.000cc
Runabout GP1 MAX 2.600cc MAX 2.600cc MAX 2.000cc

Runabout GP2Light is NOT official UIM class – no UIM Points, only Trophy !!!

326 - CONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP PARALLEL SLALOM

SKI GP1 Best of: 4X GP1 + 1x GP2 + 1x WOMEN + 1x VETERAN + 1x WILDCARD

RUNABOUT GP1 Best of: 4X GP1 + 1x GP2 + 1x GP4 + 1x WILDCARD

10. OFFSHORE

328.02 - DEFINITION OFFSHORE (UIM RULEBOOK)

Race at sea in several heats conducted on different paths. The total distance of each heat must be at least 110 km. Departure, refueling and Finish for each heat can take place in the same or different places.

Offshore race is conducted in three laps each day in total of 145km. After 1st lap is 5 minutes neutralization for refueling.

CHECK POINTS SEQUENCE for Saturday and for Sunday:

1st LAP HQ> CP1.1> CP1.2 VIR> CP1.1> HQ 47km

! ! ! 5 minutes NEUTRALIZATION ! ! !

2nd LAP HQ> CP2.1> CP2.2> CP2.3> CP2.4> CP2.5> HQ 51km

3rd LAP HQ> CP1.1> CP1.2 VIR> CP1.1> HQ 47km

FINISH

Check points coordinates:

COORDINATES LATITUDE LONGITUDE
HQ /START-FINISH/ 44° 6'52.31"N 15°13'19.99"E
CP1.1 44°11'34.92"N 15° 7'59.42"E
CP1.2 VIR 44°17'50.13"N 15° 5'8.76"E
CP2.1 44° 9'36.25"N 15° 3'44.32"E
CP2.2 44° 7'55.57"N 15° 3'42.08"E
CP2.3 44° 3'46.37"N 15° 9'13.50"E
CP2.4 44° 0'20.55"N 15°14'44.62"E
CP2.5 44° 1'34.47"N 15°16'1.13"E

11. PIT AREA

Zadar pit area

12. RACETRACK

Parallel Slalom

Zadar Parallel Slalom

Closed Course

Zadar Closed Course

Offshore Lap 1 & 3

Zadar Offshore

Offshore Lap 2

Zadar Offshore

13. START PROCEDURE

13.1. Closed course – from quay with rubber

13.2. Offshore – from quay with flag

13.3. Parallel Slalom – from ponton with flag

14. TIMETABLE

18th MAY THURSDAY
08:00 Pits Open
16:00-19:00 Registration and Technical Inspection OFFSHORE and CLOSED COURSE
19th MAY FRIDAY
08:00-10:00 Registration and Technical Inspection OFFSHORE and CLOSED COURSE
11:00-11:30 Brieffing OFFSHORE and CLOSED COURSE
12:00-15:20 Official Practice CLOSED COURSE
15:20-18:20 Pole position CLOSED COURSE
19:00-20:30 Races of Aces PARALLEL SLALOM COURSE
21:00-22:00 Welcome drink
20th MAY SATURDAY
08:00-08:30 Brieffing OFFSHORE and CLOSED COURSE
09:00-13:30 Moto 1st CLOSED COURSE
13:30-16:00 Moto 1st OFFSHORE
16:30-19:00 Moto 2nd PART I CLOSED COURSE
20:30-20:30 Free Style
20:30-21:30 Parallel Slalom PARALLEL SLALOM COURSE
21st MAY SUNDAY
08:00-08:30 Brieffing OFFSHORE and CLOSED COURSE
09:00-10:30 Moto 2nd PART II CLOSED COURSE
10:30-12:30 Moto 3rd PART I CLOSED COURSE
13:00-16:30 Moto 2nd OFFSHORE
17:00-19:00 Moto 3rd PART II CLOSED COURSE
19:00-19:30 Free Style
19:30 AWARDS CEREMONY

15. RIDERS BRIEFING

203.03.01 (UIM Rulebook)

It is mandatory that a pilots briefing is held before the start of the event. The drivers which are absent from this meeting will not be allowed to participate to the event. The UIM Commissioner will sanction the drivers that arrive too late to the pilots briefing with a penalty of 100 €. This penalty must be paid before the event starts. All penalties collected during the season will be paid into a fund to help drivers. The drivers must sign up at the beginning of the pilots briefing and will receive the final race instruction. Drivers and team members should wear team uniform.

16. RACE SCHEDULE

Zadar Races Schedule 1

Zadar Races Schedule 2

17. PRIZE GIVING

Podium presentation will take place in accordance with timetable.

Closed Course - Trophies will be presented to the top 3 in each category.

Free Style - Trophies will be presented to the top 3.

Parallel Slalom - Trophies will be presented to the top 4 in each category.

Offshore – Trophies will be presented to the top 3 in each category and top 5 in Scratch

18. PRIZE MONEY

Prize money will be awarded only for OFFSHORE as per break down:

25 + entries 16-24 entries 10-15 entries
SCRATCH 1st 1.500 € 750 €
SCRATCH 2nd 700 € 350 €
SCRATCH 3rd 300 € 150 €
SCRATCH 4th 200 € 100 €
SCRATCH 5th 100 € 50 €
GP1 1st 300 € 150 € 150 €
GP2 1st 300 € 150 € 150 €
GP2L 1st 300 € 150 € 150 €
GP3 1st 300 € 150 € 150 €

NOTICE:

Prize Money will not be awarded if there is 9 or less runabouts at start. Prize Money will be awarded only if there is minimum 5 runabouts in class.

Race program

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Coordinates:

44.115000, 15.222944

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