Competitors: All Competitors must be aware of and abide by the Articles governing the Sanctioned Series, the Standing Regulations and the Supplementary Regulations (if any) for the Meeting or Event in which they are entered and in particular must:
Hold a current, valid Competition Licence
of the grade required by this Code for the Meeting or Event entered which Licence must be available for inspection by any Official of the Meeting or Event at all times during the Meeting or Event;
Have presented either in person or on their behalf, their Licence and proof of membership of a Member Club at scrutineering or administrative checking prior to the Meeting or Event entered;
Wear the required protective clothing approved for the Meeting or Event entered;
Decline to compete in a competing vehicle, which they know to be ineligible for the Meeting or Event entered;
Not enter more than one(1) Meeting or Event at different venues on the same day unless they hold the permission of MotorSport NZ;
At all times obey the instructions of any authorised Official of the Sanctioned Series, Meeting or Event and take any disputes with such Officials to (in the case of a Sanctioned Series) the Series Coordinator, or (in the case of a Meeting or Event) the Clerk of Course or, (where one is appointed) the Competitor Relations Officer;
Be present at any meetings or briefings where this is required by the Articles, the Standing Regulations or Supplementary Regulations (if any) or by the Stewards and, unless by prior agreement with the organiser, at any prize-giving or ceremony where their presence is required by such Articles or Standing Regulations or Supplementary Regulations;
Not rely on a MotorSport NZ Competition Licence, or in any way suggest or imply authorisation or endorsement by MotorSport NZ or the FIA, in respect of any participation in Meetings and Events or other motorsport activity at venues other than at venues licensed by MotorSport NZ for particular Meetings, Events or other motorsport activity;
Not rely on a MotorSport NZ Competition Licence, or in any way suggest or imply authorisation or endorsement by MotorSport NZ or the FIA, in respect of any participation in Meetings and Events or other motorsport activity other than at Meetings, Events or other motorsport activity which have been authorised by MotorSport NZ by the issue of a Permit;
Comply at all times with the contents of this Code and in particular the code of driving conduct
which may be applicable to the Meeting or Event by virtue of Appendix Four
of this Code; and
All competitors between the ages of 12 and 16 are required at the time of application and renewal of a MotorSport NZ competition licence to produce the written consent of one(1) parent or the Competitor’s legal guardian (such consent being in a form prescribed by MotorSport NZ from time to time).
The minimum age at which a competitor may be licensed or eligible to compete is 12 years of age.
MotorSport NZ shall in Appendix One Schedule L
of this Code, from time to time prescribe conditions and Meeting and Event restrictions pertaining to competitors
between the ages of 12 and 16 years.
Retain and present on demand to Stewards of the Meeting or Event, Event Director / Race Director / Clerk of the Course any hearing notification of decision forms pertaining to the current licence which contain a current penalty of licence endorsement.
Accept responsibility for the presentation of their competing vehicle insofar as:
The vehicle conforms to the Articles governing the Sanctioned Series and the Supplementary Regulations covering the Meeting or Event including any covering the specification of the competing vehicle;
The competing vehicle is in a clean and safe condition;
The competing vehicle’s Competition numbers are displayed and positioned in accordance with the Standing Regulations, or appropriate Sanctioned Series Articles or Supplementary Regulations (if any).
The competitor shall be responsible for all acts or omissions on the part of any person taking part in, or providing a service in connection with, an event or a championship on their behalf, including in particular their employees, direct or indirect, their drivers, mechanics, consultants, service providers or passengers, as well as any person to whom the competitor has allowed access to the Reserved areas.