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  • Lischo-Bernd-SSP146
  • Lischo-Sabine-SSP147
  •  igor slemenik SSP127
  • Mehlig Markus SSP 3
  • Akin Caydas SBK 41 panigale
  • Lupo-Morganti-SSP69
  • Nadine Steger SSP 889
  • ferri-head
  • ivan hrzenjak SSP 111
  • niggia-SBK72
  • igor slemenik SBK127
  • siegfried ertl SBK240
  • ulrik koellerup SSP74
  • fabio bergaglio SSP721
  • Simona camerlenghi ssp125
  • Andrea Zarbo SBK 137
  • Grega Zust SBK 98
  • Robert Frankl SBK 779
  • Kremer Stefan-SBK96-CH-Laguna Seca
  • Fumagalli Bruno-SSP56 
  • Marco-Casnici-SSP008
  • andrea-muraca
  • BobilovSBK26
  • Gallo-Jr
  • gallo-luciano-ssp
  • Joe-Capuano-SBK68
  • gonella
  • locanetto-riccardo
  • Matthias-Schmidt-SBK74-CH-Schmidis-Racing Team
  • maestri-enrico
  • OchsenhoferFranz
  • Porkhun-SBK12
  • maffei-mauro
  • mauro-schivalocchi
  • Zhmak-ssp-77
  • walter carollo-SSP32-IT-dany-racing team
  • Tachlinski-Stefan-SBK37-DE-Highsidetours-racing-Team
  • Sangiorgi Giampaolo
  • Soehlmann-Markus-SBK209-DE-Highsidetours-racing-Team
  • rossi-ale
  • RodlerErnst
  • riva-raimondo
  • Raphael-Schmidt-SBK75
  • marco trevisan-SSP16-IT-dany-racing team
  • manuel marchioro-SSp43-IT-dany-racing team
  • mistode
  • Schubert Sebastian
  • marc meidinger-SBK83-CH- CH-Racing
  • Juergen Pahlke-Engels-SBK94-CH-Laguna Seca
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  • trifola
  • Beni-Geiser-SBK21
  • cazacu-catalin-SSP-2009
  • Boni Marco-SSP1-2010
  • Dave-Schmidt-SBK080-Schmidis
  • Fabio-Pironi-SBK56
  • garbaruk-valery-sbk-76-ua
  • Gnochi-SBK148
  • Guristrimba-ssp-33-ua
  • mantia-SSP2006
  • MRD-21
  • ravera-SSP20
  • Pavani-SBK95
  • Kaplun-SBK112
  • christian-fritz-SBK69
  • Korolyov-sbk-55

   EMC-2018
European Motorcycle Cup 2018
Endurance Class
RULES

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 These the race hours we will have in the respective track

5 eventi validi per il Campionato :
                                      

April     14...... RIJEKA ..................... ( 2 hrs )
May      19....... PANNONIAring ......... ( 2 hrs )
June     23...... CREMONA ................ ( 2 hrs )
July      07...... BRNO ........................ ( 2 hrs  )
July      21...... MOST ........................ ( 2 ore )
Aug.     25...... BRNO ........................ ( 2 ore )
Sept.    20...... RIJEKA....................... ( 2 ore )

 


The goal of the EMC-2 European Motorcycle Cup 20xx is to organize an European ENDURANCE Championship with low cost and simple Rules to guarantee fun and the safety of the riders, in an atmosphere of sportsmanship


The EMC-2 European Motorcycle Cup 2018 is hosted in the events of the ACTIONBIKE.
It is an International amateur riders series, therefore also riders from non EU nations can register.

- A racing license is not required.

- It is expected that every rider enrolled, had previously some track experience and better some race training.

The Rules are intentionally kept simple, to induce new comers to make the choice and join.   Fun, adventure and suspense of Endurance racing should be the goals of these events and not technical of financial advantages.

Riders should follow and respect EMC-2 Rules, and additionally any of the Rules required by the Organizer or Racetrack Management.

  1. Each event with an ENDURANCE race will be of 2, 3 or 4 hours, depending on the race track (cost driven) or month (weather and sunset time)

  2. All Teams organized during the ACTIONBIKE events can take part to the Endurance races, but only Teams registered in the EMC-2 will earn points for the EMC-2 ENDURANCE Cup.

  3. ENDURANCE is a Team Sport. In the EMC-2 ENDURANCE race, the Team must have a min. of 3.
    However there is no limit to the number of riders registered to a team. This allows Shops, Garages, etc.. to create Teams with many of their customers; riders which could not come to all events, but would like to be part of the Team.

  4. Registration fee for a Team of 3 rider is of 50.€/rider = 150.€/Team (to be paid to ACTIONBIKE prior the beginning of the Season )

  5. Each rider uses his own motorcycle.

  6. Teams using a single motorcycle are not allowed. The cost for the Endurance races would increase drastically with single bike teams present, because the presence of the Fire Dept. is required, due to the dangerous fast tank filling procedures.
    However if during the Endurance race one of the riders of a Team has a crash and cannot repair the motorcycle, the Team is allowed to complete the Endurance race with one motorcycle only.
    Additionally, to the discretion of the Organizer and/or the Racetrack Management, if in one event there is only 1 team that will use only 1 motorcycle, this might be allowed.

  7. Because riders are riding their own motorcycles and therefore there could be Teams with riders with a SSP and riders with a SBK, there is only one class definition for the standings: OPEN CLASS.

  8. There are no restrictions on modifications that can be done to the motorcycle or for the type or tires used, etc.   However we must respect the Decibel regulations of the race tracks we visit.

  9. All street extra accessories ( as luggage racks, etc.) , mirrors, indicators and any GLASS part MUST be removed.   Motorcycles not meeting these requirements will not be allowed on the track.

  10. Each rider of a team must be registered in the EMC-2.

  11. Riders can register until the first event of the season. After the first event of the season it is possible to register new riders ONLY to the discretion of the Organizer.

  12. Teams can use “wild Cards”. It is allowed for a TEAM “in need” to use riders from other teams.

  13. Riders which are enrolled in other official FIM Championships ( e.i. Alpe Adria, etc.) cannot register to the EMC-2 , qualify and earn points for their team. 

  14. Riders have the obligation to check and observe the Daily Plan for the Events, in order to be present and on time at Briefings, on the Starting Grid, etc..

  15. Riders have the obligation to check their position on the Starting Grid, prior going on the track.   Riders which do not know their position on the Starting Grid must observe, without any complaints, the orders from the Marshall which will decide where to place him/her at the time.  

  16. Each rider of a team must be present at the Briefing prior a race.

  17. All motorcycles of a team must have the same Start Number at least on the front of the fairing.

  18. The Start numbers must be clearly visible and placed in the front of the fairing. All other numbers present on the front of the fairing MUST be covered.

  19. Each Team will be given a transponder, which will be passed from one rider to the next , during the ENDURANCE race, each time a riders ends his turn and comes back into pit lane to let the next rider start his turn.

  20. Each team member is responsible for the proper positioning of the transponder.
    ( ask and get instructions when you pick up the transponder )

  21. Wrong mounting of the transponder resulting in missing lap times, will result in the disqualification of the Team.

  22. Where possible, there will be 3 preparation calls with the PA (loud speaker) prior the positioning on to the Starting Grid. ( 1st, 2nd, 3rd and last call…) From the moment the 1st call is made, rider will start to gather and wait by the Pit lane gate. Only after the 3rd and last call, pit lane gate will open and all riders present at that time will be let onto the track, so that they can positioning themselves on the Starting Grid.     IMPORTANT : There is no warm up lap !!!

    - NOTE : Riders which will miss the 3rd and last call and will not complete the warm up lap, will be allow to start only from Pit lane gate after all motorcycles have passed by after the Le Mans start .

  23. The Start procedure of the ENDURANCE race will be in “Le Mans” style.  
    a) The motorcycles will be parked on one side of the track, held by one team member, while the riders will be standing on the opposite side of the track.  
    b) The start will be indicated by the lowering of the National (or Green) flag. At this time the riders will run to their motorcycles, start the engine and start the race.
    c) ONLY the riders should start the motorcycles. Infraction to this rule will resolve in 2 laps penalty.

  24. Motorcycles which need to be pushed to start, will be placed at the end of the Starting Grid, regardless of the position obtained during the qualifying sessions.

  25. Riders with motorcycles that need to be pushed to start, should notify the Organizers at time of Registration, in order to receive the proper positioning on the Starting Grid.   If they omit to notify the Organizers and therefore will be placed in the wrong position on the Starting Grid ( not in the end positions ), this will result in disqualification of the TEAM.

  26. Each Team will use only 1 Transponder.   Riders at the end of their turn will come back into Pit lane and will pass the Transponder to the Riders which will start his turn.

  27. The Rider’s change is to be done ONLY Pit Lane.

  28. Riders are responsible for the proper technical maintenance and preparation of their motorcycles.  
    !!!-- The organizer does not assume any responsibility for the Technical status of motorcycles, however he has the right to STOP from entering the racetrack motorcycles which will be identified as not safe.
    The organizer or Racetrack management cannot be recognized responsible for any accident caused by any technical failure of motorcycles

  29. Riders which crash during a race, are responsible to ensure that their motorcycle is still meeting the safety standards. No parts must be lose or broken. ( foot peg, handle bars, etc..)
    Fail to do so will result to a disqualification of the TEAM

  30. After a crash where a motorcycle is heavily damaged or cannot continue, the Marshalls will deliver the transponder by the Organizer. The Team can pick up the transponder from the Organizer and continue the race with the remaining riders.
    ( Information on Transponder’s pick up and instructions will be given during the Briefing )

  31. Speed while entering and exiting Pit lane, should be of max. 60 Km.
    Failure to observe this rule, will result in 2 laps penalty for the TEAM, at the discretion of the Organizer.

  32. Driving in Pit lane is “one way” only.   (direction to exit Pit lane to the Track) Motorcycles can be only walked against the “one way” direction, and must be done between the yellow line and the Boxes.

  33. During a Gasoline refueling the engine of the motorcycle must be turned off.
    a) stationary refueling equipment and air pressure refueling are forbidden.
    b) Fast refueling system, without air pressure, like the ones used in the World Endurance Championship are accepted.
    c) we suggest to keep ready a fire extinguisher and a fire extinguishing blanket.

  34. After an crash during an ENDURANCE race, if the motorcycle need to return to Pit Lane,
    a) only 2 members of the Team can help to push the crashed motorcycle back to Pit lane.  
    b) pushing on the track can be done only under supervision and order from the Marshals.
    Infraction to any of these rules will disqualify the Team.

  35. After a crash there could be the need to have the Safety car entering the track. IT IS NOT ALLOWED to PASS the Safety Car. All riders must stay in line behind the safety car in the position as they had once they arrived behind it. If they do not keep their position and pass in front of other riders, they will receive 2 laps penalty.

  36. During the Safety car phase, the light at the Pitlane gate will turn RED periodically, so no riders will be allowed to enter the track. Please check at the briefing for the procedure and number of seconds that the light will be GREEN and riders will be allowed to enter the track

  37. – IMPORTANT - After the Safety car exits the track and re-enter in Pitlane, riders must continue to ride inline, maintaining their position (without passing each other) until they reach the START/FINISH line, which might be quite far from the re-entry point of the Safety car. Only then riders can start racing again and passing is allowed. Riders which will not observe the rule will receive 2 laps penalty.

  38. Riders found under the effect of Alcohol , Drugs or medicaments, will be immediately disqualified together with their Team.

  39. Riders which’s behaviour is considered rude, aggressive and/or dangerous will be recalled and could be disqualified together with their Team

  40. Riders driving in a dangerous manner or out control on the race track in the opposite direction will receive 2 laps penalty and possibly be disqualified together with their Team.

  41. Riders which do not observe the requests/directions of the Marshals will be recalled and could be disqualified together with their Team.

FLAGS

  1. Riders must be aware of the meaning of the following Flags.
  2. Riders which will not respect for 3 times the Flags displayed by the Marshals, will be disqualified together with their Team.

-        YELLOW   -

Indicates danger on the track. It is possible that Marshals or an emergency vehicle are on the track.
Passing is forbidden. Riders should slow down slightly and continue to drive carefully. The danger is over when you pass the next green flag.
PENALTY :   Riders which do not observe the Yellow flag, will receive 2 laps penalty or immediate disqualification for them and /or their Team.

-        YELLOW with RED lines

     Indicates oil or water on the track. Track could be sleppery ahead. It could indicate
       rain.

-        WHITE   -

Indicates emergency vehicle on the track.

-        RED   -

Indicates the end of a training session or a race.   Riders must return to the Boxen.
     PENALTY :   Riders which do not observe the Yellow flag, could be disqualified and

could cause disqualification of their Team.

-        BLACK with a Start Number   -

Indicates to the rider with that start number to return to Pit Lane in the next lap.

PENALTY :   Riders which do not observe the Yellow flag, could be disqualified and

could cause disqualification of their Team.

-        CHECKERS   -

Indicates the end of a training session or a race.   Riders must return to the Box in

the next lap.

-        SC   -

This sign, together with a YELLOW flag, indicates the presence of the Safety Car
     on the track.   Motorcycles coming behind the safety car must NOT pass it.
          - Motorcycles coming behind other motorcycles already following the Safety Car,
             must position themselves behind these motorcycles and maintain their position.
         - When the Safety Car exits the track and comes back in Pit lane, all motorcycles
             following the Safety Cars must maintain their position and speed until they reach
             the Start/Finish line. Only after they pass the Start/Finish line they are allowed to
             accelerate and start racing and passing other riders again.          

TIMEKEEPING and POINTS

It is imperative for the Teams when they check their position on the starting grid to check on the starting grid listing the Start Number and Transponder number that they have been registered in the system with.
PLEASE use the number and Transponder that you see on the Starting Grid for your Team.

These are the finishing positions and the relative points for the standings in the EMC-2 Endurance Cup

Position :     1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8     9     10     11     12     13     14     15

Points :       25   20   16   13   11   10   9     8     7       6     5       4     3       2       1

AWARDS

At every events there will be Award ceremony with Cups (Trophy) for the finishing teams offered by ACTIONBIKE.

At the end of the Season there will be FINAL AWARDS with the EMC-2 Championship giant Trophy Cups for the first 10 teams in the final standings.

PROTESTS

The Organizers will rule upon any protest using information given from the Marshals.
The Organizers reserved the rights to assign penalties in laps and Disqualification, including the right to refuse Riders and/or Teams from future registration and participation to the EMC-2 Endurance Cup.

- IMPORTANT -

We reserved the right to change any of these Rules at any point in time.   Riders will be informed on any changes during the Briefings.   he PA (loud speaker) will be used only for emergency or updates informations ( status of riders which crashed; trasponder waiting for pick up after a crash, etc..)

   EMC 2-015 
E
uropean
Motorcycle Cup

MOST 31 / 07 - 01,02 / 08

Another beautiful event in Czech Republic. 
Our fourth event of the 2014 Championship
EMC2-014 European Motorcycle Cup.
 

 

 

 

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   ERC 
E
uropean Riders Cup

....later to be the

EMC-
2
014
European Motorcycle Cup 2014


  That's how the ERC started...

 

  Summary of a dream.

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Trophy AGOSTON 

In memory and honor of a dear friend and unbelivable Ungherian rider
Agoston Rosival
we started this year (2013) a Trophy which will take place every year in September.
This season the Trophy took part in Brno during the final event of the ERC Championship 2013.

 

 

 

 

Ciao AGO.... R.I.P.
( you will be always with us )