Pit bays are allocated according to the stage you have enrolled in; follow the signs to your stage pit area. Usually Group 1 is in the first set of carports closest to the training / registration office. Group 4 is the furthest away. There will be signs in the pits showing where to groups park.
Sign on in the race office or training room (depending on the venue) as soon as you arrive. This will allow the day to start on time. At sign on, you will receive a numbered wrist band. You should have already completed a Rider Medical form if you have not; You will be asked to complete a Rider Form with medical and emergency contact details. This information is provided to the Ambulance Service and destroyed following the course. It is important that you make the staff aware of any medical problems or medications you take.
The number on this form correlates with your wrist band, to help first aid crew provide timely help in the event of an injury.
Your bike will be scrutineered before 8:00am and a sticker placed on the bike to confirm it has been scrutineered and track ready. If returning to your bike after the riders briefing you find that it hasn’t been scrutineered, speak to the Coaches in your group.
All riders must be present for the morning briefing at 8:00am or will not be allowed on the track, unless another briefing can be arranged for you. Safety needs to come first, and all riders must obey set regulations. Riders who do not conform with the rules may be removed from participating in any further activities on the day. (No refund given)
After the briefing, it’s time to get started!
The day finishes by 4pm and gates close by 5pm. If you have lost some property at the track, contact the venue who have a lost property box.