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Mini 950 and General Testing Reminder

 

Mini 950 Chassis Testing Ban:
Reminder, as previously advised, that testing of new Mini 950 chassis in both Cadet ROK and Vortex Mini ROK configurations, is not permitted until 1 November 2019.

Mini 950 Chassis Homologation:
Advance notice of a pending rule clarification stating that chassis will need to display their respective homologation number (eg CSAI 08/CH/14) on the chassis plate (see picture for example). Competitors will need to have, on hand, the respective homologation papers for their chassis. Importers have been requested to supply papers which will be published soon on a dedicated page on our website. Also note that 950 Mini chassis homologated by FFSA (France) will also be permitted.

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General Testing
Reminder that only karts/engines and respective control tyres which comply with Age Group (Rule D1.2) and Class rules (Section E – Classes) are permitted to test on affiliated club tracks (Rule Q5). With the NZRMC no longer affiliated to KartSport New Zealand and the expiry of respective Mojo tyre contracts this means Rotax Max Junior and Rotax Max Light classes are only permitted to test on Dunlop DFH tyres.

The only exception is for Have A Go sessions run as part of a Club Day where karts/age groups complying with Have A Go Karts V7 dated August18are permitted to run.

 

Warrick Parkes
Competitions Manager


 
KartSport New Zealand