1. ROOF NUMBER; The Roof Number GR 30 (General Requirements For Off Road Vehicles)
All numbers must be displayed in horizontal format, be at least 150mm in height, with at least 19mm stroke width, with a 25 mm space between each number, and be black in colour on a white background. (Please note this is not all of Rule GR30)
2. NSW Off Road Generic Supplementary Regulations; 16; Eligibility 16.1, Last Sentence.
A small contrasting colour, forward facing racing number, at least 70mm high, must be fitted. This is to assist Marshals during line up.
If competitors could stand back and have a look at this number which should be either on the windscreen if applicable or on the area above/ or below where a windscreen would be on vehicles without a windscreen, preferably on the Navigator/or left hand side of the vehicle and see if you think it is clear and distinctive for reading.
Our officials do the best they can and it would certainly help if Competitors could assist Event organisers with these matters/issues by complying with the rules.
3. Reminder for Competitors on the rules for refueling cars.
Off Road Standing Regulations; 4.8
Refuelling; The following regulations apply to any operation that involves refuelling and/or the removal/opening of a fuel filler cap.
(i ) Refuelling may be undertaken only at points nominated by the organisers and specified in the Supplementary Regulations.
(ii) The fuel filler cap/s of the vehicle, and the caps/covers/plugs of all refuelling containers must remain securely in place until after all occupants have vacated the vehicle and disconnected themselves from it, and the engine has been switched off. It is not permitted either to switch on the engine, or for any person to enter the vehicle, until after the filler cap has been replaced on the vehicle, and the refuelling containers have been either re-closed or removed from the vicinity of the vehicle.
An additional crew member must stand by the crew refuelling with a minimum 0.9kg fire extinguisher at the ready.
(iii) All persons involved in refuelling operations, or within two metres of refuelling or venting points whilst the vehicle is being refuelled , are to be attired in at least shoes and socks, and non-flammable clothing from wrist to neck to ankle.