Technical Regulations
 
 
B7

UK Clubman Class (UKC)

 

            Group  (Senior Multi Engine TaG Class)

1          Class    Senior UK Clubman

            Affiliation         U.K.C. Management Team (04/12/2000) amended (21/09/2005)

2          Introduction. This class endeavours to provide, at club level, a low maintenance and affordable means of Kart racing for all senior enthusiasts. It is expected that this class will evolve during its early life. The UKC Management team reserves the right to alter the technical regulations at short notice, to ensure the safety of the driver and the sport, fair competition, and economy. Should other liquid cooled up to 125cc commercial manufactured engines with onboard starters become available, these will be able to join this class using weight differentials or an Official Restrictor if performance requires. Restrictor size and/or ballast weight to be determined subject to official performance trials in accordance with ABKC/MSA requirements and agreement of the class organisers. For more information visit

www.clubmankarting.co.uk or by post to 99 Chilton way, Hungerford, Berks, RG17 0JF

3    Chassis. Commercial manufactured conforming to MSA Direct Drive Regulations.

4    Engines. Eligible engines subject to the following criteria.

Engine 1: I.A.M.E. 125cc Leopard.

With 10 or 11 tooth drive, cast iron bore and unmodified carburettor, CIK 360 Tilletson or 334/23 Tilletson carburettor as supplied.

Engine 2: VORTEX 125cc ROK

With 11 or 12 tooth drive, cast iron bore, Ignition Rev restrictor as supplied and unmodified carburettor, CIK 360 Tilletson.

Engine 3: P.R.D. 125cc FIREBALL (including REGHETTI REDOLFI RK 125W EXTREME)

With 10 or 11 tooth drive, cast iron bore and unmodified carburettor, CIK 360 Tilletson or 334/23 Tilletson carburettor (with or without external pulse pipe).

Engine 4: FR125cc Rotax Max. Which must comply with Engine regulations as per the Gold Book.

All engines must be fitted with electric starters.

4.1        Performance Restriction. The class organisers reserve the right to specify an Official Restrictor or extra ballast weight to level performance between different engine manufacturers. Where an engine restrictor is required this will be fitted between reed block and carburettor. Official restrictors must be as supplied and stamped by the class organisers.

4.2        Modifications.  The engine /engines must conform to the registered / manufacturers fiche. The engines and their ancillaries may not be modified in any way. The engines must be raced in standard form as per manufactured and functioning as designed and intended. The addition of materials to any components is not allowed. All parts used on or in these engines must be of original manufacture or source. No added / extra components of any description that could affect the airflow either side of the restrictor (if fitted) are allowed. Fitting of heli-coils and inserts to repair damaged threads is allowed.

If it is not mentioned assume it is not allowed.

4.3        Intake Silencer. An air box, CIK approved, must be used at all times. See Appendix 3. Rotax Max see Gold Book

4.4        Exhaust Silencer The silencer supplied with the engine must not be modified; cut re-welded and conforms to the technical specification.

1) It is permitted to remove carbon deposits from within.

2) It is not permitted to remove or modify the baffles in any way.

3) It must be fitted (using the 3 end screws) with a 3-holed muffler can and heat resistance Flex bandage. Rotax Max see Gold Book

4.5        Battery. The battery must be a 12-volt gel sealed unit. Mounting position is free but securely fixed to the satisfaction of the meeting’s scrutineer and in accordance with the MSA Regulations.

4.6        Radiator. Mounting in accordance with the MSA Regulations.

4.7        Start and Stop Switch. Mounting position is free but must be within easy reach of the driver at all times. It should be securely fixed to the satisfaction of the meeting’s scrutineer and in accordance with MSA Regulations. It must be easily identifiable to assist marshals in an emergency.

4.8        Wiring Loom. Must be as supplied; leads can be extended but not disconnected.

4.9        Transmission. Direct from engine to axle via a single length of chain. The clutch supplied with the engine must be used unmodified with the standard components. Engine sprockets 10 / 11 tooth Leopard and FIREBALL, 11 / 12 tooth ROK. Rotax Max see Gold Book

4.10      Axle. May be solid or hollow, up to 50 mm diameter maximum, and must be of a ferrous material.

4.11      Brakes. Hydraulic disc brake operating on rear wheels only.

4.12      Tyres All Engines.

Slicks: Maxxis HG2.

Wets: Maxxis WT3 or WT4

4.13      Weight. Minimum 160kg with driver in full racing attire. Heavyweight 175kg. Driver 85kg min in race attire. Rotax Max see Gold Book for both weights.

4.14      Plates. Green with White numbers

4.15      Age. The class is open to any driver aged 16 or over. A junior may transfer to this senior class at any time during the year that he/she achieves their sixteenth birthday. Having moved into the senior class he/she may not revert to a junior class.

5         Electronic aids. Retrievable engine and track data allowed.

6         Engine Criteria. Should other commercial manufactured (TaG) engines with onboard starters become available, these will be able to join this class using an Official Restrictor or Ballast if performance requires. Size and or weight to be determined subject to official time trials in accordance with the MSA and agreement of the Affiliation. For more information visit www.clubmankarting.co.uk

 
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