These are the proposed changes to the rulebook. You'll need the existing rulebook to know what is changing in the chapters: 4.11 minimum of 3 starting riders to score in a class. 5.1 on two day events, next tech is just a rollthru 6.1 helmet must be snell 2010 or ece-2205, helmet must be no older than 5 years old from date of manufacture, for 2012, Snell 2005 will be accepted, but be warned! 7.1 novice - Novices on 600 inline-4 bikes are isolated to Novice-Open class. All other smaller bike novices, run their own respective classes that they are allowed to run. 7.3 250 to mirror Seattle's rules except stock unmolested mechanically baffled muffler is required. 7.4 re-clarify 600cc 15 years old and older. 7.5 600 supersport - fully combined int/exp combined scoring. 7.6 open supersport - fully combined int/exp combined scoring. 7.7 BOTT - Fully combined scoring between heavyweight and middleweight - open to up to 748cc. Gridding done by seasons points. 7.8 Superbike to have 4 lap qualifier, then 2 mains. Scored combined. q- 2 pts first place, 2 12 lap mains. 7.9 Formula Classic - 7.10 remove and clarify 7.11 - remove 7.12 Fast 25 • Open to all Intermediate and Expert racers. • Motorcycle must meet Superbike technical requirements. • Entrants will be restricted to the fastest 25 racers from the Saturday (or Friday) Practice times as recorded by the WMRC timing system. • Gridding will be determined by laptimes (as recorded by the club timing system) the fastest lap time will be gridded first and so on. • If there are more than 25 entries then those that qualify 26th or lower will not race but they will have their entry fee refunded. • This is a non-championship race. (no points awarded) this MUST be a second class and cannot be your only race for the day • There is a cash payout to the top three finishers based on a percentage of the “Fast 25” entrance money. The payout schedule is as follows: approximately 50% to first place, 30% to second place and 20% to third place. (For example: 20 entries X $30 entrance fee = $600 total. The WMRC would take 33% as race track fees ($200) leaving a purse of $400 for the race. First would get $200, second would get $120, third would get $80.) The more racers in the race, the more prize money there will be. 7 lap race • Winner can not enter for the rest of the season 12.9 Race finishing order protests: All race results are posted at the tech shack during the day. Any protests on finishing order, should be submitted to your riders reprepentative by 5pm or end of race day. race finishing order protests are not subject to $25 fee. See section 17.4. 16.1 - delete 16.5 change to 50% 16.27 no race day refunds. Refunds granted by form only, and only for whole events. If you put a tire to track, for one entire lap, you are not eligible for refunds.