*On RED you will find the Addendums for 2016 (2/2016)

Fellow rider, please print a few copies of the Protest Form at the bottom and keep it with you during a race weekend as you may need it for a protest or any issue related to rules as VERBAL PROTESTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Thanks



1) SM1
Open displacement Single or Twin Cylinder
Must be expert/pro status to race in this class
Minimum age 12

2) SM2
Open displacement Single or Twin Cylinder
Intermediate riders
Minimum age 12

3) SM3
Open displacement Single or Twin Cylinder
No championship, just a entry level class.
Race winners may be promoted to SM2
Minimum age 12

4) SM VET +35
Open displacement Single or Twin Cylinder
Minimum age 35

Open displacement Single or Twin Cylinder
No Dirt. No jumps.
Minimum age 12

Up to 100cc liquid cooled two-stroke Single
Up to 160cc liquid cooled four-stroke Single
Up to 230cc Air Cooled four-stroke Single
Minimum age 9

Up to 65cc two-stroke Single
Up to 150cc air cooled four-stroke Single
Minimum age 7 (riders under 7 may enter with 2 year of racing experience)

Up to 143cc (takegawa kit). Bigger engines may participate but are not allowed to get championship points, neither trophies or awards

9) KID S
Up to 50cc air cooled four-stroke Single (CRF 50)

1. Riders will not be classified as "Amateurs" based solely on lap times. A rider’s overall ability and capability to make safe and timely decisions will be observed and analyzed by the 305motard staff on an individual basis.
2. If deemed fit by SouthEast Supermoto officials, a rider may be deemed as “Amateur” and required to ride in the appropriate Amateur class or made to wear an orange vest and start at the back of the field regardless of qualification times.
3. Progression from “Amateur” classes into “Pro” classes will be under the subject and discretion of SouthEast Supermoto officials. These determinations may be based upon, but not limited to a rider’s lap times, riding experience in other motor related disciplines (motocross, road racing, flat track, quads, etc.), class points accumulated, winning races, etc.
3. A wide range of classes is offered by SouthEast Supermoto to ensure adequate opportunities for most types of motorcycles. The bike must comply with the maximum allowable displacement and chassis size when applicable.
4. Additional Classes: In addition to the classes described, SouthEast Supermoto may organize, advertise, and conduct additional classes to meet the needs of their particular market.
5. In events shared with other associations classes may suffer modifications

1. Points will be awarded for each race based on rider finish in the main event only. Heat 1 will determine grid position.

Rider must start the main event to receive any points. Points will be given for each position as follow:

1st 25 points         8th 13 points       15th 6 points
2nd 22 points       9th 12 points        16th 5 points
3rd 20 points        10th 11 points      17th 4 points
4th 18 points        11th 10 points      18th 3 points
5th 16 points        12th 9 points        19th 2 points
6th 15 points        13th 8 points        20th 1 point
7th 14 points        14th 7 points  ........................

2. The points will be kept and totaled in order to determine a class champion at the end of the season. Rider with most points in SM1 class will be awarded as overall champion using #1 plate next season.
3. Schedule for the 6th Annual SouthEast Supermoto Championship can be found on website (schedule is subject to change due to unforeseen incidents).
4. Round 8 (or last round) is going to be a double point event.

1. The race director has the right to move riders from their chosen or assigned class if their performance jeopardizes their safety or the safety of the other competitors. Riders will be assigned to a class that is better suited to their skill and speed levels.
2. Plate numbers will be assigned at the time riders purchase the annual license, in a first come first serve basis..

Motor vehicle mishaps, in competition or otherwise, can result in injury or death. Motor vehicles should never be used by minors without parental consent or supervision. Parents, legal guardians or authorized adults must remain present at all times during participation in any sanctioned youth meet. 
General Machine Requirement
1. Where the rules permit or require components of equipment to be installed, replaced, altered or fabricated, it is the sole responsibility of the rider to select components, materials and/or fabricate the same so that the motorcycle components will perform properly in competition. 
2. Any component of a motorcycle deemed by the Technical Inspector as necessary for acceptable operation must be in place, securely mounted, in proper working order, and structurally sound. 
3. Regardless of previous approval, the use of specific components or equipment, including tires and fuel, may be withdrawn for any reason the SouthEast Supermoto inspector deems in the best interest of competition. 
4. Safety wire used to secure required items must be a minimum of .024” diameter.
5. Axle (front and rear) and foot peg sliders are mandatory to help keep the damage to the racing surface to a minimum.
6. Hand guard / bar sliders or non-metal, open-ended hand guards are recommended to help keep the damage to the racing surface to a minimum.
7. Engines
a. Requirements for engines, displacements, and measurement are described in the Classes Structure.
b. Water-cooled engines may use plain water, or water with WaterWetter® (or similar product) at 0.5 ounces per quart of plain water concentration. Glycol based antifreeze or water pump lubricants of any kind are strictly prohibited. Radiator caps must be safeties.
8. Fluid Containment
a. Oil filter bolts must be secured with safety wire. Spin-on oil filters must be secured with metal clamps and safety wire.
b. Oil filler caps must be safety wired, or secured by an approved method.
c. All machines must have a catch device attached and will have the carburetor overflow/vent lines running into it. The crankcase breather lines are also required unless the lines are vented to the air box. The vent lines coming out of the engine must be routed into a heat-resistant catch device of at least 177 ml (6 ounces) capacity that is not made from a drink container.
9. Brakes
All motorcycles must be equipped with adequate and operating front and rear wheel brakes.
10. Tires
a. Tires permitted in competition must meet the following criteria:
1) Road-race slicks
2) Road-race rain tires
3) Any DOT tire excluding DOT knobby tires
b. The race director reserves the right to impound tires at any time during a meet for whatever inspection and/or testing it deems necessary.
11. Lights
Headlight, taillight, and turn signals must be removed or taped.
12. Number Plates
a. Number plates are an important part of racing; they help the scorers correctly identify riders. Numbers that are too small or difficult to read increase the risk of scoring issues.
1) Numbers on front: Minimum 5"
2) Numbers on sides: Minimum 3"
b. Number plates or number display areas must be of adequate area to provide ample space (approximately 1") around and between numbers. 
c. Excessive condensing or stretching of the numbers is not allowed. Overall champion is permitted to display specially sized number one (1) on a red background. 
d. All machines participating in SouthEast Supermoto events, must prominently display SouthEast Supermoto  or 305motard decal on the front and side number plates. Three decals will be provided at the time you purchase your annual license. If you want to use your own stickers you could download the vector file from SouthEast Championship points and awards will be withheld from any racer who fails to display the 305motard logo. Extra stickers are for sale. No stickers, no racing.
13. Electronic, Telemetry and Communication
a. Electronic transmitting of information, including radio communication, to or from a moving motorcycle is prohibited with the following exceptions:
1) Transponders utilized for scoring purposes. 
2) Data or video transmitted for the sole use of a 305motard approved event television production (mandatory equipment assigned by 305motard). 
c. Automatic lap timing devices requiring trackside receivers are approved. 
14. Competition Apparel
1. The following apparel must be worn by riders in ALL events.
a. Helmet, boots, and face shield / goggles are required. Riders must wear helmets at all times when riding on the course. Helmets must meet Snell 2000 requirements.
b. Gloves may be made of leather or other protective material and must be worn while the motorcycle is on the racetrack.
c. Riding Suit 
1) One-piece or two-piece (upper and lower pieces must be securely attached together) riding suit made of leather or Kevlar® are highly recommended. 
2) Riders may use commercially manufactured motocross jerseys and pants provided they are constructed with, or used in conjunction with, elbow pads, knee cups and hip pads. A commercially manufactured chest/back protector must be worn with motocross apparel. 
15. Technical Inspection
1. Technical Inspection will close 30 minutes before qualification or first race.
2. Every competition motorcycle must be ready to race when it is brought to Technical Inspection. 
3. All riders must submit a fully completed contingency form given at registration to pass tech.
4. By participating in the event, the rider implies complete willingness to conform to SouthEast Supermoto rules. Passing the technical inspection does not give a bike immunity from protest; if the Technical Inspector does not notice an illegal modification or a failure, the rider is still responsible for the race bike to meet SouthEast Supermoto requirements; whether the bike is their own or is borrowed. The Technical Inspector must inspect and pass every machine before it will be allowed on the track. The Technical Inspector will reject any race bike that does not meet these requirements. The Technical Inspector may, at any time, re-inspect any race bike and revoke approval if the machine no longer meets these requirements. The Technical Inspector may at his discretion allow a “Temporary Fix” for a particular race weekend. Any rider who takes his or her race bike onto the racecourse when the race bike does not meet these requirements will be assessed a penalty for each infraction. The rider or his crew is required to point out any problems or potential problems with their race bike. A rider or his crew will be allowed to make a safety-related fix at an event in order to participate at that event, provided the fix is not an illegal performance modification (at the discretion of the Technical Inspector for that event). This allowance will be limited to that event only and the correct part(s) must be installed before the next event.
5. All race bikes must meet SouthEast Supermoto Rulebook requirements. A race bike will not pass Technical Inspection and will not be marked with a Tech Sticker until the race bike is in complete compliance. 

Participants are solely responsible for their safety at SouthEast Supermoto sanctioned meets and should assess their own ability to negotiate each individual track or course. Participants who doubt the competence of track officials, have concerns about the safety of the course, or their own ability to negotiate the course, or are uncertain about the condition of their vehicle, or doubt the competence of fellow competitors, should not participate.
A. Race Format 
1. Events are composed of practices based on the number of entries, one qualifying heat and one main race. The length of each race will vary based on the size of the facility and conclusion time of the event. Heat and final race durations will be announced at the riders meeting and could suffer changes. 
2. Race distance will be determined by a number of laps or minutes. At the discretion of the race director, race distances may be shortened for the support classes. 
3. Race direction can be either clockwise or counter-clockwise. 
4. Heat grid position would be determined for lap times, super pole or by registration order. Main grid would be determined by heat position.

B. General Rules of the Meet 
1. All participants and spectators acknowledge that racing is dangerous and they accept the inherent risks, including serious injury or death. 
2. It is the responsibility of each competitor to be aware of all information covered by the SouthEast Supermoto Rulebook, mid-season updates, as well as information covered at any riders meeting. 
3. Crew and family members are prohibited from access to the racing course for any purpose. Qualified official race personnel will attend to riders needing medical attention. Disabled motorcycles may be retrieved ONLY with permission of the Race Director. 
4. 3 SouthEast Supermoto reserves the right to refuse participation in an event any person for whatever reason it deems appropriate. 
5. All riders must evaluate each facility for conditions and other matters related to their individual safety. All entrants and other race personnel must rely on their own judgment and assume all risks of participation in competition or working in competition in any manner. All riders and other participants are strongly urged to carry comprehensive medical insurance to supplement event coverage. 
6. All riders must have a current AMA membership (annual $49).
7. Any person within the confines of the racetrack, whether in the spectator, pit or paddock areas must have a valid event pass at all times. Those found without a valid pass may be removed from the property. These passes are to be obtained from an approved ticket vendor, and any fraudulent use of a pass by any person will result in penalties being levied against them and/or the rider they are with. Persons with fraudulent passes may also be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. 
8. It is recommended that all competitors display the following information on the base of his/her helmet: name, drug allergies and blood type. It is also advisable to carry this information on a small card inside the leathers and add any other pertinent information such as epilepsy, diabetes, current medications and past medical problems. 
9. It is the responsibility of the competitor to inform the race referee of any medical condition which might be worsened by virtue of participation in a SouthEast Supermoto event. Riders must also inform the race referee of any medical condition that would affect the treatment of them by on-site medical personnel (e.g., life threatening allergies).
10. No one may enter the track without proper credentials, registering, executing a release and passing Technical Inspection. Any licensed rider who rides during any practice session without being properly registered, or rides in a class for which he/she is not registered, may be subject to disqualification, and/or suspension, and/or a fine, and/or probation. Any non-licensed person who rides on the track without permission may be suspended indefinitely from all SouthEast Supermoto sanctioned events. Any licensed rider who permits or allows any person to ride his/her machine in violation of this section shall be subject to disqualification from the event, and/or loss of entry fees and any contingencies won during the event, and/or suspension, and/or a fine of no less than $100. 
11. Pit bikes must have a number plate bearing the competition number of the rider to whom it belongs and must be operated responsibly including but not limited to speed limits, wheelies, etc. No one under the age of 14 may operate a motorized pit bike. Failure to follow these rules will result in impounding of the pit bike until the owner leaves the premises. 
12. Some facilities have rules and regulations in addition to those listed above. In such cases, everyone must follow the track rules.
13. In consideration for being allowed to enter and by being issued credentials to a SouthEast Supermoto Sanctioned event, the team owner, the rider, crew members, and other holders of event credentials (the “participant”) agrees as follows: 
a. All rights to advertising, promotion, filming, recording, exhibition, and other utilization of the event, the participants and machines entered in the event, and their activities at the site of the event before, during, and after the event and reasonably related to the event, are reserved to the SouthEast Supermoto and their assigns. 
b. Participants hereby grant the SouthEast Supermoto and their assigns (1) full and unconditional permission to make still or motion pictures and any other type(s) of audio or visual recordings of their and their machine’s participation in the event and their activities at the site of the event before, during, and after the event and reasonably related to the event; and (b) the exclusive, worldwide and perpetual rights to use the same, together with their names, likeness, and date of, or relating to, their entered machine(s) for publicity, advertising, exhibition or other utilization, whether or not for profit, in print, audio, video, or other distribution by any and all means now known or hereafter developed. 
c. Participants agree that, without the prior written consent of the SouthEast Supermoto, they shall not offer for sale, sell, give away, or otherwise distribute, at the site of the event, any token, souvenir, product, or thing of value, or permit others to do so, and that the SouthEast Supermoto shall be irreparably harmed by a violation of this paragraph. 
C. Pit / Paddock Regulations
1. Riding of competition motorcycles, other than on the racetrack or designated test area is prohibited. 
2. Any operation of a vehicle in the paddock must be at a very slow, acceptable speed (10 MPH maximum). 
3. Wheelies in the pit or paddock area are not allowed. Offending riders will be penalized and/or fined. 
4. When a rider or mechanic is testing a motorcycle in a designated test area, that person must wear a helmet and be dressed to offer full body protection (pants, shirt and shoes). 
5. Smoking and/or drinking is not allowed in the pits, grid, signal area, or other restricted areas. Until last checkered flag there is ALCOHOL ZERO TOLERANCE RULE.
6. Persons less than 18 years of age are not allowed in the pits, grid, signal area, or other restricted areas, unless a release is signed by and the minor is accompanied by a parent or guardian. 
7. Pets are not allowed in the pits, grid, signal area, or other restricted areas. Pets in the paddock must be on a leash or properly contained. 
8. Before leaving a race facility, it is the responsibility of riders/teams to deposit all of their waste fuel, motor oils, coolants, tires and all other hazardous wastes in racetrack-provided, proper hazardous waste locations only. Should containers not be available onsite, riders/teams must transport such items from the facility for proper disposal. Leave you pit cleaned.
D. Rider Briefings
1. All riders entered in a meet must attend the rider briefing. If you are not present at Riders Meeting you could be penalized starting on the last position on the grid on both Heats.
E. General Race Rules
1. SouthEast Supermoto may at any time revoke the racing privileges of any racer, or have a team owner, team manager or crew member removed or barred from further events for acting improperly, being abusive, fighting, disobeying instructions or doing anything else to disrupt orderly procedures or affecting overall race operations or safety.  Violators would be escorted out of premises.
2. Entry fees are non-refundable.
a. Should a rider have an unforeseen circumstance, which causes their inability to attend a pre-entered event, their fees may be forwarded as a credit for the next round only. It is the responsibility of the racer to advice officials of the missed event in order to receive the credit. Inclement weather is not an applicable reason for fee credits.
b. Should a racer suffer an injury or mechanical failure before he enter to the track which results in their inability to compete, the following accommodations on credit may be issued at the discretion of the SouthEast Supermoto officials on a case-by-case. This is void as soon the rider has taken the track for practice, heats or final event.
c. If a rider has not gone through, or cannot pass, technical inspection, the rider will receive a full refund minus a $50 handling fee. Any circumstance not listed above will result in a forfeit of fees. Once a rider has taken the track for practice, no refunds will be administered. 
3. An entry is defined as a specific rider/motorcycle combination. If a heat race has been run to determine grid positions, any change in that rider/motorcycle combination will result in that combination is being placed at the back of the starting grid for the final event. This also applies to any rider found to be illegal for the heat race but has proven legality for the final. 
4. All events will run rain or shine unless the track is impassable or unsafe as determined by race officials. When an event is canceled by the race director, the race will be considered complete.
5. In the event of a crash, the rider and machine may be disallowed to continue by a corner worker or other race official. The machine in question must be re-teched in its entirety by a Technical Inspector before the racer’s next race. The race referee reserves the right to immediately impound and disassemble a machine after a serious crash. 
6. Any competitor intending to pull off the track must signal their intentions and must never cut across the track in front of other riders. 
7. Passing under a waving yellow: a SouthEast Supermoto official, meet official or corner worker must report a pass for position under a waving yellow. In any race, a one-lap penalty will be assessed.
8. Passing through shortcut: if one rider do a track shortcut during qualifying practice, that lap will not be considered as legal. If a rider take advantage passing fellow competitor during Heats (he should return the position) or will be penalized with one lap minimum on the final classification.
F. Procedures for the Grid
1. The official starting line for each starting row will be plainly marked.
a. There are two, three or four starting positions per row, approximately 6 feet apart. Each starting position will have a front grid mark, representing the area where the front tire contact patch must be located to be properly staged. 
b. Protests regarding grid position must be filed within 30 minutes of the grid being posted. 
2. Grid Infractions (including, but not limited to, assuming the wrong grid position, tire burnouts or start jumps.) At the discretion of the race officials, the offending rider may be assessed a start from the pits, stop and go penalty; a one-lap penalty; disqualification; and/or fine. 
G. Procedures for Starts
1. Starting lights or flags will be displayed in front of the first row. 
2. Staging announcements will be made before the countdown for each race. 
3. All riders should report to the designated staging area before the final call. 
4. An announcement will be made to signal riders to proceed on one lap of the circuit, returning to their assigned grid position. The warm-up lap is not mandatory. Riders not taking a warm-up lap must proceed immediately to their starting positions or start from pit as directed by the grid personnel.
5. Re-fueling after the start of the warm-up lap is not permitted. 
6. No crew personnel are allowed on the grid.
7. At the completion of the warm up lap, or at a time designated by the race referee, the grid will be closed to all competitors. Those riders who have not reported to the grid nor begun their non-mandatory warm-up lap could be barred from that particular race. 
8. It is expressly prohibited for any rider to take a warm -up lap for any race in which that rider is not an entrant. 
9. Once the first rider on the grid has completed the warm up lap, no rider may begin a warm-up lap. 
10. Riders not in their starting position must start from the pit road or from the back of the grid depending on the track configuration. 
11. It is the responsibility of the rider to report to the correct grid position. If a rider is found in the wrong grid position, that rider will be assessed a penalty. 
12. Should an engine stall once riders are ready to start, the rider should wave to get the attention of the starter or a grid marshal. The rider will be given time to remove the motorcycle from the grid, and will then be permitted to join the race from the pit with Race Director’s approval. Riders who are unable to join the race by this procedure are barred from any subsequent restarts occurring with more than two laps completed by the leader. 
13. Once the riders are ready to start, there will then be a 2 - 5 second delay before the green light will be turned on, or green flag is raised, signaling the start of the race. 
17. Should a rider’s front wheel axle cross the designated front grid mark before the green light signal, the rider will have jumped the start and a penalty will be assessed. Riders jumping the start will be penalized with a minimum of four (4) finish positions, and at the discretion of the race referee, may be disqualified while the race continues. In all restarts, a rider at the penalty line must continue to start from the same position on the penalty line. 
H. Procedures for Red Flag / Light Stops and Restarts
1. Riders who engage in unsafe riding under red flag conditions will be assessed a fine and/or disqualified. 
2. If a race already in progress must be stopped, a red flag or red light will be displayed at the finish line and at the corner working stations. Riders should slow their machine to a safe and controlled speed and proceed slowly to the pit area. 
3. Any race start or restart will be considered an official part of the event even if the start or restart does not result in a lap being completed by the leader. Therefore, any infractions will be deemed valid and ruled upon accordingly. 
4. When a race is stopped with less than 80% completed by the leader, it will be restarted using original starting positions. Riders unable to restart will be listed in the results relative to the order in which they dropped out. 
5. Should a race be stopped in which 80% or more of the total laps have been completed by the leader, the race will be considered complete and there will be no restart. 
6. Riders who are not present at the starting grid for the original start of a race could be barred from any subsequent restarts. 
7. Riders determined by the race referee to be responsible for stopping a race will be placed on the restart or the finishing order in last place of the lap in which they were scored, in accordance with the restart procedure and relative to their involvement (first rider involved last, next rider involved next to last, etc.). 
I. Race Finishes
1. Races are officially ended for all contestants at the completion of the lap on which the checkered flag is displayed to the winner. Riders will be credited with all laps they complete during a race unless a penalty has been assessed. 
2. Should the checkered flag be displayed later than the official distance, the finishing order will be decided on the basis of the official distance. Under any other circumstances, the winner is the leader at the time the checkered flag is displayed. 
3.Should a rider be given the checkered flag ahead of the actual winner, or with the winners, the rider will be scored as having completed the race in the race position in which the rider was running at that time. 
4. Any rider who do not complete the checkered flag lap will be scored in order of finish and laps completed. 
5. Riders dropping out of a race on the same lap will be scored in the order that they last crossed the finish line. 

1. Through its protest and appeal procedures, SouthEast Supermoto provides a system of administrative review in the event of disputes that are eligible for such review. The goal of the SouthEast Supermoto protest and appeal procedures is to assure fair and consistent enforcement of rules and objective review of protests and appeals lodged by or against participants. 
2. All protest of technical specification legality, driver conduct and scoring must be submitted to the Race Director within 30 minutes of the posted results or race finish in writing by a legal entrant from the same class in which the alleged violation occurred. Protest form is at the bottom of this Rulebook and you should print it as you may need it for a protest. VERBAL PROTESTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
3. The fee structure for protests at each event is as follows: 
a. For each protest, $50 per item or component protested. 
b. In addition to the protest fee(s), the following teardown fees will apply for a technical protest requiring measurement or teardown of an engine:
(1) Air -cooled, two-stroke singles: $100
(2) Liquid-cooled, two-stroke singles: $200
(3) Four-stroke engines and all other two-strokes: $300
(4) An additional $50 is required for measurement of any engine that must be removed from the frame for inspection.

Please read chapter 5 – C5

Be safe and have fun!!!

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