Appendix Two – Schedule A
Driver and Vehicle Safety
|Article 4||Safety Critical Items|
|Article 5||Safety Non Critical Items|
|Article 6||Non Safety Items|
|Article 7||Rally Vehicles – Additional Requirements|
|Article 8||Use of Motorsport Vehicles on Public Roads|
|Article 1||Application Process for a LVV / MotorSport Authority Card|
|Article 2||requently Asked Questions for a LVV / MotorSport Authority Card|
|Article 3||Fuel Specification Chart|
|Article 4||Standards Labels|
|Article 5||Safety Structures (Roll Protection)|
|Article 6||Homologation Application Process for Safety Rollbars and Safety Cages|
|Article 7||First Aid Kit Contents|
|Article 1||Electric and Hybrid Powered Vehicles|
- Safety harnesses (with 4 or more straps)
- Safety Cage (that extends forward of the front seat Occupants)
- Modifications that effect the interior impact regulations
- Removal of an SRS airbag system
- Braided flexible hydraulic brake lines
- Hydraulic handbrake assembly
- Open brake bias system
- Plastic windows
- Safety fuel tanks / Dry Break Refuel Adapters
- Removal of Stability Control System
- Make application through the MotorSport NZ online system including payment of the required fee.
- (for new or initial card applications) print off the Inspection report
- Contact an ’A’ Scrutineer or Technical Officer through your Car Club to organise an inspection of the vehicle.
- The Scrutineer / Technical Officer will complete the relevant sections of the application form.
- Scan and email (or post) the completed form to the MotorSport NZ Administration Office.
- The card will normally be processed and issued within one(1) working week.
- You must have a current MotorSport NZ Competition Licence or you must apply for one at the same time as the Authority Card.
- You must have a current MotorSport NZ Vehicle Logbook or you must apply for one at the same time as the Authority Card.
- The Authority Card is valid for the duration of the applicants Competition Licence, hence when the licence expires so does the Authority Card.
- The vehicle must be used in a minimum of two(2) permitted events per year.
- The vehicle shall be maintained to Appendix Two Schedule A requirements at all times
- If there are any additions to the modification categories as detailed on the card, a new card application must be made.
- If ownership of the vehicle changes, a new card application must be made.
- Either make application through the MotorSport Online system including payment of the required fee or alternatively, obtain a renewal application form T008 from the MotorSport NZ website (www.motorsport.org.nz).
- Confirm the Competition Licence is still current.
- Confirm that the vehicle has been used in a minimum of two(2) documented (refer logbook entries) events and has been Safety Audited within the past six(6) month period (or a new application is required).
- Confirm the vehicle details are still current (eg. No changes have been made).
- Confirm the modification categories (as detailed on the existing card) are still current.
- Confirm vehicle ownership has not changed.
- If not making application through the MotorSport Online system, mail the completed form (with the appropriate fee) together with the vehicles MotorSport NZ logbook to the MotorSport NZ administration office.
- The renewal will normally be processed and a new card issued within one(1) working week from date of receipt.
|Engine Fuel Specification Chart|
|Reference Appendix Two Schedule A, Part One Article 3.9(2)(a)|
|Property||Test Method||Unleaded Petrol||Leaded Petrol||Diesel|
|Density||ASTM D1298 or
|Not a Specification||0.820 Minimum
|Research Octane Number (RON)||ASTM D2699||108 Maximum|
|Motor Octane Number (MON)||ASTM D2700||100 Maximum|
|Cetane Index||51 Minimum|
|Percentage Volume evaporated at 70ºC (E70)||ASTM D86||22% Minimum
|Percentage Volume evaporated at 100ºC (E100)||ASTM D86||45% Minimum
|Percentage Volume evaporated at 150ºC (E150)||ASTM D86||75% Minimum|
|End Point (ºC)||ASTM D86||210ºC Maximum|
|Lead (mass of lead per litre of gasoline)||IP224||5 mgPb/L
|Benzine (% volume)||1% Maximum|
|Ethanol (% volume)||10% Maximum||0.01% Maximum|
|Other Oxygenates (% volume)||1% Maximum|
|Olefins (% volume)||18% Maximum|
|Manganese (mg/L)||2mg/L Maximum|
|Phosphorus (mg/L)||1 mg/L Maximum|
|Engine Fuel Specification Chart|
|Reference Appendix Two Schedule A, Part One Article 3.9(2)(b)|
|Property||Test Method||Ethanolic Blends|
|Base Gasoline||Minimum 15%V
|Ethanol Content||ASTM D5501||Maximum 85%|
|Methanol Content||ASTM D5501||0.5%V Maximum|
|Water Content||ASTM E203||1.0%V Max.|
|Material Specification Chart|
|Member Description||Member Diagram||Minimum Tube Dimensions|
|*ASME 4130 and *BS4 T45
(refer * above)
|Main Rollbar||44.5 x 2.5mm
50 x 2.0mm
|44.5 x 2.5mm
50 x 2.0mm
|Other members of the principle structure including safety harness bar||38.1 x 2.5mm||38.1 x 2.5mm|
|Optional members more than 300mm in length
|38.1 x 2.5mm
40 x 2.0mm
|38.1 x 1.6mm
40 x 1.6mm
|Gusset bars less than 300mm in length
|30 x 1.5mm||30 x 1.5mm|
- Dimension A must be a minimum of 300mm, and
- Dimension B must be a maximum of 250mm, and
- Dimension C must be a maximum of 300mm, and
- Dimension E must not be more than half the height of the door aperture Dimension H.
Diagram 5.4(7) – Optional reinforcing members examples
Diagram 5.4(10)(a) – Removable Member joint detail
Diagram 5.4(10)(b) – Removable Member joint detail (Hinge type)
- Crêpe Bandage.
- Adhesive Tape; eg. Leucoplast or Leucopore or similar.
- Small Dressing Strips; eg. Handiplast, Bandaid, Elastoplast or similar.
- Wound Dressing Pads; Medium and Large. (For application to wounds or for bleeding)
- Pain Relief Tablets; eg. Aspirin, or Paracetamol. (not including Codcomol, Digesic or other drugs as banned by Drug Free Sport NZ)
- Adaptic [or similar paraffin gauze dressing] and/or ‘Second Skin’ [or similar dressing].
- Gauze Swabs or Telfa or Curity.
- Arm Sling and two(2) Safety Pins.
- A minimum of two(2) Thermal Blankets; eg. Sirius.
- Scissors and/or clothing shears.
- Saline (sodium chloride 0.9%) 5 x 30 ml or equivalent quantity for irrigation of eyes and wounds.
- Latex Surgical Gloves; two(2) pairs.