Important!! New Rules for 2011

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Important!! New Rules for 2011

Postby tang8u » Tue Mar 08, 2011 9:54 pm

Important!! New Rules for 2011

1) A new structure for the Junior classes has been adopted. The classes will be as follows:
Junior C: Up to 8 years old at the first race of the season. 50cc 2 and 4-stroke.
Junior Beginner: Up to 11 years old at the first race of the season. Up to 65cc 2-stroke or 110cc 4-stroke.
Junior Amateur: Up to 15 years old at the first race of the season. Up to 112cc 2-stroke or 150cc 4-stroke.
Rides same course at same time as Junior Beginner.
Junior Expert: Up to 15 years old at first race of the season. Up to 112cc 2-stroke or 150cc 4-stroke. Rides
same course at same time as Women, Beginner and Sportsman.

2) The Junior class number plate colors will align with the other classes, and will be as
follows:
Junior Expert ( JX ) : Blue backgrounds with White numbers
Junior Amateur( JA ): Yellow backgrounds with Black numbers
Junior Beginner( JB ): White backgrounds with Black numbers
Junior C ( JC ): No mandatory colors

3) The Junior ATV classes will align more closely with the Junior Motorcycle classes; the
classes will be as follows:
Junior C: 8 years old or younger at the first race of the season; up to 70cc 2 stroke
and 4 stroke; class designation will be “JJ”; no mandatory number plate colors.
Junior Amateur: 11 years old or younger at the first race of the season; up to 90cc 2
stroke OR 125cc 4 stroke; class designation will be “JD”; number plate colors will be
yellow backgrounds with Black numbers.
Junior Expert: 15 years old or younger at the first race of the season; up to 200cc 2
stroke OR 350cc 4 stroke; class designation will be “JH”; number plate colors will be
Blue backgrounds with White numbers. Rides same course at same time as Women,
Beginner and Sportsman.

4) The 200, Open, 30, and 40 Beginner classes will be condensed into one Beginner class.
“B” will be the designated letter for all classes.
(OVER)

5) There will be a new class titled “Vet AA”. Details of the class:
-To be eligible, the rider must be 38 years old or older. Any person who qualifies for the mandatory AA
class at the end of the year who is 38 years old or older will automatically be put into the Vet AA class.
The class will also be filled by the 40 expert class via the normal transfer system.
-Number plate colors will be Red backgrounds with White numbers
-The letter designation will be VA

6) Only the AA, and Vet AA class shall run Red backgrounds with White numbers.

7) The OMRA will permit electric motorcycles/ATV’s to compete in the Open, or Age
designated classes only (no cc limited classes, ex: 200).

8) The OMRA will adopt the AMA RPV transfer point system, to replace the current
transfer system.

9) Team races will not be permitted within an individual (non-team) series.

10) The OMRA will require a satisfactory risk management plan to be in place by the clubs
to hold an event, prior to the event date.

11) The OMRA, in addition to publishing BOD meeting location and times, will publish an
agenda of topics through the OMRA website.
Tang
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