To kick off our Rulebook proposals, I’d like to make the following suggestions. These classes have come about from various discussions within the executive and with the membership. I think that with these changes plus some juggling of our schedule we will be able to create more opportunities for a wider variety of riders and bikes, without sacrificing any of our existing classes that are still running. Lightweight Supersport Twins This is the main class for the new 300s and a bump class for the 250s. Should follow Supersport rules, ie a little more permissive than the 250s (quickshifters yes) but still relatively economical (big engine builds and fork swaps no): • All motorcycles must be based on road going models, no MX based bikes or motors. • Up to 320cc twin-cylinder, four-stroke motorcycles. • Up to 400cc single-cylinder, four-stroke motorcycles. • Street legal pump gas only (87-94 octane). Pump gas is defined as gasoline currently available from a normal service station pump in BC, designed to run in street legal vehicles. No post-pump fuel additives allowed. • 40 HP limit at the wheel measured on WMRC dyno. I'm not sure precisely what the HP limit should be, but we want to allow a Kawi 300 to be mildly tuned to be more competitive with the Yam 320 and KTM. 600 Supersport/Heavyweight Twins Since there is very little participation we are not planning on running heavyweight twins as their own class next year. Instead I propose that we allow Supersport spec 1000cc twins to enter 600 supersport but their results will not count towards the championship. I would like the rulebook committee to consider allowing 1000cc twins to score in the class since the lap times are pretty close to 600s around Mission. Certainly we might need to make a rule to keep the 999r out, but the idea is to give the older Ducs, RC51s and RSV1000s a place to race where they are not outclassed. We can certainly revisit this if we get more bikes out. F122 Sportsman rules with 1:22 cutoff (To be reviewed by competition committee until a good cutoff is decided). No bikes more than 500cc four stroke or 250cc two stroke. No GP bikes either. This is designed to be a sportsman class for the 250 and 300cc riders plus any CBR500s (or GS/EX500s for that matter) that come out. The exec has already been discussing where we will put these new classes in our schedule.