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Supplementary Regulations

Rally of Tanzania 2012

1. Introduction
1.1 ‘This rally will be run in compliance with the FIA International Sporting Code and its

appendices, the 2012 FIA Regional Rally Championships Sporting Regulations, the Tanzania National

Sporting Regulations which comply with the FIA regulations and these Supplementary

Regulations.

Modifications, amendments and/or changes to these Supplementary Regulations will be

announced only by numbered and dated Bulletins (issued by the organiser or the Stewards)

Additional information will be published in the Rally Guide, issued on…. [www.africanrallychampionship.com]

The 2012 FIA Regional Rally Championships Sporting Regulations can be found at… [www.fia.com]’
1.2 Road surface

85% gravel – 8 competitive sections

16% tarmac – 6 special stages
1.3 Overall competitive distance and total distance of the itinerary

201km competitive

403km total
2. Organisation
2.1 FIA titles for which the rally counts

2012 FIA Africa Rally Championship for Drivers

2012 FIA Africa Rally Championship for Co-Drivers

National Titles

2012 Tanzania National Rally Championship for Drivers

2012 Tanzania National Rally Championship for Co-Drivers

2012 Tanzania National Rally Championship for Group N Drivers

2012 Tanzania National Rally Championship for Group N Co-Drivers

2012 Tanzania National Rally Championship for Group S Drivers

2012 Tanzania National Rally Championship for Group S Co-Drivers

2012 Tanzania National Rally Championship for Group 2WD Drivers

2012 Tanzania National Rally Championship for Group 2WD Co-Drivers
2.2 Visa numbers – FIA

06CAR/270612


2.3 Organiser’s name, address and contact details (permanent office)

Automobile Association of Tanzania (AAT)

Morogoro Rd, opposite Oryx fuel station, near Fire Brigade

PO Box 3004, DSM TZ

t: 255222151837

f: 255222155011

e: info@aatanzania.org

w: www.aatanzania.org


2.4 Organisation committee

Nizar Jivani, +255 784 568568

Satinder Singh Birdi, +255 784 781100

Yusuf A. Ghor, +255 773 786552


2.5 Stewards of the Meeting

FIA Chair - Austin Whitehead (ZW)

FIA - Dismas Kayibanda (RW)

ASN – Deepak Kotak

Secretary – Jannie Nasser
2.6 FIA Delegates & Observer

FIA Observer – Vicky Chandok (ID)

FIA Technical – Heiko Grund (DE)
2.7 Senior officials

Director – Satinder Birdi

COC – Moses Matovu

Deputy COC – Mahmood Jaffer

Deputy COC Safety – Sameer Sajan

Assistant COC Kamal – Faisal Bobby

Assistant COC Zinga – Naveed Ismail

Assistant COC Mapinga – Amit Asher

Assistant COC Kongowe - Varoon Sampat

CRO – Guvz Bala, Giovanni Storchi

HQ - Manveer Singh

Marshals – Tuni Malik

Media – Abbas Ghor

Medical - Ahmir Malik

Results – Qayyum Shiraz

Service – Oswald Mwiti

Technical – Heiko Grund

0cars – Frank Taylor


2.8 HQ location and contact details (tel. & fax.)

Upto 28Aug – see Art. 2.3

29Aug to 02Sep – Atlantis Hotel, Haile Selassie Road, Oysterbay

01Sep to 02Sep – Kamal Industries, Bagamoyo


3. Program, in chronological order (dates and times), giving location as necessary
01Aug 2012 Publishing of the supplementary regulations

01Aug2012 Official Notice Board at AAT Offices

22Aug 2012 Closing date of entries

23Aug 2012 Publication of entry list

29Aug 2012 Rally HQ opening at Atlantis Hotel

Official Notice Board at Rally Hq

Issuing of the road book, map and Rally Guide at Rally Hq

Collection of material and documents at Rally Hq

Administrative checks at Rally Hq, 15h00-18h00

Collection of rally safety tracking systems at Rally Hq, during Administrative checks

Opening of media centre and media accreditation at Rally Hq, 15h00

30Aug 2012 Reconnaissance, 06h00 to 19h00

31Aug 2012 Scrutineering, Sealing and Marking at BP Oysterbay next to Rally Hq, 08h00 to 14h00

First Stewards’ meeting at Rally Hq, 15h00

Publication of start list for Leg1 after first stewards’ meeting, 16h00

Press Conference, Pre-event cocktail and Driver’s briefing, 17h00 to 20h00

01Sep 2012 Rally start at Atlantis hotel, 08h00

Finish of Leg1 at Kamal Industries, 16h05

Publication of start lists for Leg2 at Atlantis Hotel, 19h00

02Sep 2012 Start of Leg2 at Kamal Industries, 08h00

Final scrutineering at BP Oysterbay, 12h00

Publication of Provisional Final Classification at Rally Hq, 13h00

Publication of Final Official Classification at Rally Hq, 13h30

Podium Ceremony/Prize-giving at Atlantis hotel, 14h00


4. Entries
4.1 Closing date for entries

See Art. 3


4.2 Entry procedure

During entry, all crews must email scanned (digital) copies of the following documents to be verified at administrative checks:

- Fully filled in entry form

- Authorization from ASN

- Competition licence for both drivers

- Driving permit for both drivers

- ASN Medical Certificate of Aptitude

- Vehicle Road License or Carnet du Passage or logbook

- Reconnaissance registration form

- Power of attorney from the owner of the car (if the vehicle is not property of the crew members)

- Passport size photos for driver and co-driver
4.3 Number of competitors accepted and classes

Maximum 30

Classes as per 2012 FIA Regional Rally Regulations and AAT National Competition Rules
4.4 Entry fees / entry packages

- Free entry

- 1 Rally Guide(s) which include service notes, maps and spectator guide

- 1 Scrutineering Card

- Road book(s) 1, 2 and Alternate

- Time cards

- Recce car numbers

- Rally car numbers and organizer’s advertising

- Service car numbers

- Safety board (OK/Help sign)


4.5 Payment details (including details of any applicable taxes)

Not applicable


4.6 Refunds

Not applicable


5. Insurance
5.1 Competitors’ and drivers’ attention is drawn particularly to the fact that Tanzanian Law requires all vehicles driven on a public road to be insured against Third Party Risks. It is the Competitor’s and/or Driver’s responsibility to ensure that they are properly covered.
5.2 Competitors and/or drivers take part entirely at their own risk. The Organizer declines liability in any accident caused by or to Competitors and/or Drivers and their vehicles during the whole of the event. The Organizer also declines any liability for breach of Laws and Regulations of the Republic of Tanzania. Competitors and/or Drivers will be entirely responsible for any accident or breach of laws in which they may be involved and will declare in writing to the Organizer particulars of any incident from which liability may arise and will indemnify the Organizer in regard to any liability to any person whatsoever.
5.3 The Organizer advises each member of the crew of each competing vehicle to be insured for Personal Accident for a minimum amount of Tanzania Shillings 1,000,000 for the duration of the Rally. Special terms for Personal Accident, Third Party, Fire and Accident Damage insurance are available from the official insurers to the Organizer
5.4 Competitors take part entirely at their own risk. The AAT as organizer of this event decline liability whatsoever in any accident caused by the competitors and their vehicles during the whole event.
5.5 Responsibility and Risk

In exchange for being able to attend or participate in the event, Entrants agree:

i) to release AAT, promoters, sponsor organizations, land owners and lessees, organizers of the event, officials, representatives and agents from all liability for any death, personal injury, psychological trauma, loss or damage howsoever arising from their participation in or attendance at the event, except to the extent prohibited by law;

ii) to attend or participate in the event at own risk.

A Competitor and/or Driver will have no claim against the Organizer or owners of private property arising out of any act or default of or by them, their servants or officials, before, during or after the Rally.
5.6 Any accident which may give rise to a claim under any of the insurance covers must be reported in detail to the Secretary of the Event in writing within 7 days of the finish of the last Day of the Rally.
5.7 Under no circumstances will any entrant, driver, service crew, or official admit any liability or sign any form of paper which may admit or imply liability in any accident or incident which may arise.
5.8 The insurance cover will come into effect from the official start of the rally and will cease at the official end of the rally or at the moment of retirement or exclusion of a competitor.
5.9 The service vehicles, even those bearing special plates issued by AAT, are not considered as official participants in the rally. They are therefore not covered by the insurance policy of the rally and will remain the sole responsibility of their owners.
6. Advertising and Identification
6.1 Tobacco and Alcohol

Tobacco advertising is allowed and Alcohol Advertising isn’t allowed as per the Tanzanian Law.


6.2 Organisers Advertising

To be provided by the organizer


6.3 Rally Plates

Competitor numbers and rally plates must be affixed to the car for scrutineering. They must be visible for the duration of the rally, according to Art.9-11 of the current FIA General Prescriptions.


6.4 Without Organizer Optional Advertising

Any entrant wishing not to affix organizers optional advertising shall be legible to a fee of TZS500,000.




6.5 Left Hand Drive Vehicles

A “Caution Left Hand Drive” sign is to be affixed to the rear of all left hand drive vehicles.


7. Tyres
Article 50 of the current Regional Rally Sporting Regulations shall apply.
8. Fuel
Not applicable
9. Reconnaissance
9.1 Procedure for Registration

A reconnaissance record card will be supplied which must be carried in the car for the duration of the reconnaissance. This card will be stamped appropriately recording every run on each competitive section. Failure to produce this card will result in refusal to participate in the reconnaissance.

The record card will be issued with the road books.
9.2 Restrictions

The maximum speed on competitive sections during reconnaissance is 80 km/h.


9.3 Format

All cars shall leave TC0 at the same time as per Appendix 2.


9.3 Recce passes

Each crew is allowed a maximum of two passes


10. Administrative Checks
10.1 Documents to be presented

See article 4.2


10.2 Timetable for Administrative checks 29Aug2012

See Art.3


10.3. Lateness at Administrative checks

Any crew and car reporting after scheduled time shall incur a penalty of TZS100,000.


11. Scrutineering, Sealing and Marking
11.1 Required at Scrutineering

It is mandatory for vehicles to report with the following:

i) FIA Homologation forms, VO and appendices

ii) FIA approved racewear including underwear

iii) FIA approved racing helmets

iv) FIA approved HANS device(s) for FIA registered drivers


11.2 Mudflaps and Window tint

The use of Mudflaps and Window tint is mandatory, in accordance with FIA International Sporting code, Appendix J, Article 252.7.7 and 253.11


11.2 Timetable for Scrutineering 31Aug2012

Car positions tba after publication of entry list



Car Position

Times

30 29 28 27 26

08h00

25 24 23 22 21

09h00

20 19 18 17 16

10h00

15 14 13 12 11

11h00

10 09 08 07 06

12h00

05 04 03 02 01

13h00


11.3 Lateness at Scrutineering

Any crew and car reporting after scheduled time shall incur a penalty of TZS100,000


11.4 Scrutineering Penalties

Description of Infringement

TZ. Shillings.

Head Lamp High Low Malfunction

20,000/= each

Horn Not Working

40,000/=

Exhaust – Broken

20,000/=

Indicator Malfunction

20,000/= each

Late Scrutineering

5,000/= per min

Missing Competition number Plates

40,000/= each

Rear Mud Flaps Missing

40,000/= each

Tail Light or Number Plate Light Malfunction

20,000/= each

Parking Light malfunction

20,000/= each

Reverse Lights malfunction

20,000/= each

Wipers not Working

20,000/= each

Missing National Flags

20,000/=


12. Other procedures
12.1 Start Intervals

Two (2) minute interval


12.2 Drivers briefing

See program for date and time. Drivers briefing is mandatory.


12.3 Start Procedure of a Competitive Section

Rally time Clocks with countdown mechanism will be used at the Start of Competitive sections. In case of failure of countdown, a manual system shall be applied. The marshal shall indicate using hand signals:

1min to go, 30sec, 20sec, 10sec, 5sec, 4sec, 3sec, 2sec, 1sec, GO
12.4 Time Card Change during the Rally

Not applicable


12.5 Early check-in at the end of a Day

At TC10c and TC14c, crews may check in ahead of time without incurring penalty as long as they have clearly indicated their intended check in time on the time card.


12.6 Alternative Route

The Clerk of the Course may authorize alternative routes, which may bypass the whole or part of a road and / or a competitive section and / or a service park if necessary.

There will be an alternate road book provided for this purpose.
12.7 Super Rally

See the current Regional Rally Championship Sporting Regulations


12.8 Strictly No Smoking in Service Parks.

Any infringement shall be dealt with at the discretion of the Stewards


13. Identification of Officials
All officials shall wear identification tags
14. Prizes

All finishers – two trophies (driver/codriver)

FIA GpN winner – two trophies (driver/codriver)

National GpN winner – two trophies (driver/codriver)

National GpS winner – two trophies (driver/codriver)

National 2wd winner – two trophies (driver/codriver)


15. Final Checks
15.1 As soon as each crew arrives it must drive its car to the Parc Fermé. A brief check shall be carried out there to verify:

- Its conformity with the car submitted at initial scrutineering.

- If there is cause to impose any of the penalties provided for.

Further checks may be carried out for class winners and/or finishers

Only registered service crew members and the drivers are allowed to attend
15.2 Protest fees

The protest fee set by the FIA is Euro 500. Please refer to Art.46 – Protests and Appeals of the 2012 FIA Regional Rally Championships Sporting Regulations.

Sum of the protest fee set by the ASN: TZS 1,000,000

If the protest requires the dismantling and the re assembly of different parts of a car the claimant must pay an additional deposit of TZS 1,000,000

For a protest involving a clearly defined part of the car (engine transmission, steering, braking system, electrical installation, body-work etc, the claimant must pay the sum of TZS 1,000,000
15.3 Appeal fees

The International Appeal Fee (FIA) is Euro 12,000

Sum of the ASN appeal fees TZS 2,000,000
Appendix 1 Itinerary



Appendix 2 Reconnaissance schedule
- All competitors shall be at Rally Hq by 05h45

- Recce will be run at 1 (one) minute intervals


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Reconnaissance Form

Driver:

Co-Driver:



Car No:

Recce Car Registration:

Signed by: Signature:

Mapinga (07:00 – 07:45)

……………………………………………. …………………………………………….

Kongowe (08:00 – 09:00)

…………………………………………… .…………………………………………….

Mapinga (09:30 – 10:00)

…………………………………………… .…………………………………………….

Kongowe (10:15 – 11:00)

…………………………………………… .…………………………………………….

Kamal (11:30 – 12:00)

…………………………………………… .…………………………………………….

Kamal (12:00 – 12:30)

…………………………………………… .…………………………………………….

Zinga (12:30 – 13:30)

…………………………………………… .…………………………………………….

Zinga (13:30 – 14:30)

…………………………………………… .…………………………………………….
Appendix 3 Names and photographs of CROs & their itinerary
Guvz Bala Giovanni Storchi

T: 0787444445, 0772444445

e: guvz@live.com


Schedule

29Aug At Administrative checks, 15h00 to 18h00

30Aug At Reconnaissance, 06h00 to 16h00

31Aug At Scrutineering, 08h00 to 13h00

01Sep In Service Park, 09h00 to 17h00

At Atlantis Hotel Rally HQ, 18h00 to 19h00

02Sep In Service Park, 09h00 to 11h00

At Atlantis Hotel Rally HQ, 12h00 to Prize giving



Appendix 4 Decals and positioning of supplementary advertising


Appendices 6, Safety Plan

Tba


Other Appendices

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