is now available. http://www.wmrc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/2017-WMRC-Rule-Book.pdf What’s New for 2017: Chapter 5-Technical Inspection and Machine Requirements 5.7 Every racer shall have their own, or designated for the day, timing device (transponder) 5.8 Every racer shall have their own number on the bike they are racing (Rule 5.7 and 5.8 dictate that in order for one bike to be shared with two people, each rider will have their own transponder and number) Chapter 7-Competition Classes and Compositions 7.3 250 Production -Horsepower has been changed from 32 to 34 7.7 Open Supersport -200 horsepower limited 7.16 Supermoto -All machines from factory will be motard/motocross style -Maximum displacement of 650cc for single cylinder engines -Maximum displacement of 550cc for twin cylinder engines -Superbike rules (Chapter 9) will apply but applied to supermoto/motocross machines -Maximum rim diameter of 17” -No dual purpose tires, DOT or slick tires only -Handlebars must be of MX style -All bike preparation shall meet the rules outlined in Chapter 5 -Belly pan shall be able to hold most of the engine oil. Stock engine guards with holes filled in with welded metal of fibreglass is accepted, as long as it holds most of the oil.There are also aftermarket guards on the market that hold oil. Chapter 8- Supersport Rules 8.3 -Maximum HP rules apply 200RWHP for Open Supersport…… 8.28 -Aftermarket exhaust system may be used, but still have to conform to the 88 db limit. 8.29 -If the upper triple and handlebars are cast from one piece (ie KTM RC390) you are permitted to change upper triple clamp ONLY to facilitate the addition of clip-ons for safety and easy repair. Chapter 13-Flags 13.1(f)Yellow (waved) Relocated to 13.1(g): Note to novices: experienced racers, even though not passing,will probably not slow down much until the danger being flagged is actually seen. A racer slowing down abruptly in this situation runs the risk of being hit from behind by another closely following racer. 13.1(g) Yellow (stationary) (added) -Marks the zone of “NO PASSING” -Note to novices: experienced racers, even though not passing,will probably not slow down much until the danger being flagged is actually seen. A racer slowing down abruptly in this situation runs the risk of being hit from behind by another closely following racer. The below section has been removed. Chapter 14 Race Points Any rider that starts a race (specifically, any rider that makes the starting grid and takes the race start flag) will be assigned a finishing position, and be awarded any associated points for that position regardless of whether they complete the full race or not. This is to differentiate, via points eligibility, between riders who do not finish (DNF) a race and those who do not start. If a rider does not start, they are not assigned a finishing position, and they cannot earn points. If a rider starts a race, but DNF’s, they will be assigned a finishing position and awarded any associated points for that assigned position according to the points structure. Finishing position for DNF’s will be assigned as follows: - The first DNF in a race will be shown as the last place finisher for that race. - The second DNF of the race will be assigned second last place, and so forth. - If two riders DNF at the same time, either individually, or from a collision or other race incident forcing both riders out at the same time, their final result positions will be determined based on their relative track position on the last completed lap.