1. DEFINITION 2. GENERAL 2.1 Participants aged 15 and over 2.2 Participants aged under 15 3. ORGANISATION 4. CATEGORIES 4.1 STAR CUP category 4.2 MASTER CUP category 4.3 KID CUP category 5. CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION 5.1 Allocation of an SWS ID no. 6. ENTRIES 6.1 Entry into an SWS race 6.2 Entry fees 6.3 Validity of entry 6.4 Cancellation and refund 7.DRIVER OBLIGATIONS 8 .IMAGE RIGHTS I) GENERAL REGULATIONS
1. RECEPTION AND ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTRATION 2. RUNNING OF RACES 2.1 ENDURANCE races - Composition of teams 3. EQUIPMENT 4. DATA ACQUISITION 5. INTERNATIONAL LEISURE RANKING 5.1 Points awarded for SPRINT races 5.2 Points awarded for ENDURANCE races 5.3 Points awarded for KID CUP races 6. PENALTIES 7. PROTESTS 8. “INTERNATIONAL LEISURERANKING” PRIZES 8.1 SPRINT races 8.2 ENDURANCE races 8.3 “Wild Cards” 8.4 Additional prizes II) 1. SWS INTERNATIONAL FINAL PRESENTATION
ANNEX: 1. SWS FLOW DIAGRAM 2. POINTS SCALE
INTRODUCTION In its role as a manufacturer and with the aim of developing the sport of Leisure Karting, SODIKART, in conjunction with the partner circuits is, for the second year, organizing the SODI W SERIES(hereinafter known as SWS).
1. DEFINITION The SWS is a programme of international Leisure Karting races open to all amateur drivers, of all nationalities aged 10 or over. These races result in a SWS International Leisure Ranking for all participants. Only the results of 365 last days are included. 2. GENERAL As long as they meet the conditions for participation laid down in Article 4 herein, allparticipants are free to take part in as many races as they wish: on the partner circuit(s) of their choice, in the category or categories of their choice,
All participants who take part in an SWS race are assumed to have read these regulations and agree to be bound unreservedly by all stipulations hereof. 2.1 Participants aged 15 and over Participants are offered the choice of two types of race: ►SPRINT races which are individual races And ► ENDURANCE races which are team races For each type of race, there are two categories (according to the equipment available and the races organized by the partner circuits): ► The STAR CUP category And ► The MASTER CUP category For each SPRINT or ENDURANCE race held during the 365 last days, participants score points. For each participant, the points wonare totalled and added up in order to form an SWS International Leisure Ranking for each category and for each type of race (i.e. four distinct rankings). Participants in each of the two categories (STAR CUP & MASTER CUP) of the SPRINT and ENDURANCE races who have accumulated the highest number of points by 31 December 2010 will be selected for the SWS INTERNATIONAL Final.
2.2 Participantsaged under 15 SPRINT races are open to 10-14 year-olds in the new KID CUP category. This category gives rise to an independent ranking. Under no circumstances may drivers under 15 years of age participate in an SWS race in a category other than the KID CUP. The participant who has accumulated the most points on 31 December 2010 will be declared the International winner of the KID CUP category. Aspecial prize will be awarded.
3. ORGANISATION SWS races can only be organised by SWS partner circuits. Partner circuits are responsible for safety and, as such, for ensuring compliance with the safety rules in force. They will guarantee the smooth running of the races and will, in particular, ensure sporting equality. Each organising partner circuit will determine the course format and the type ofequipment to be used. In order to be included in the SWS rankings, an SWS race must include at least 8 SWS registered drivers in the SPRINT category and at least 6 SWS registered teams in the ENDURANCE category. In the KID CUP category, an SWS race must include at least 4 drivers. The dates of SWS races shall be available on the web site at www.sodiwseries.com at the latest 30 days before the...