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In the 2007 season there are four competitions.

Standing SM racing class ski 800 open and at the same departure (if the number of competitors is max 18) a standard class CUP competition. SM Endurance Runabout GPs, who are competing for one or more teams with a 1-2-hour run.

Runabout SM category 1200 limited. The first run of the first race day is run in an admirable order of origin so that the STOCK-class competitor will get three additional points in the top three, instead of four instead of 2 extra points and fifth instead of one additional point, the other places according to the normal formula. The second Runabout run is run with a split shutter so that the STOCK-class devices start counterclockwise on the rotating track from the left side of the grid and the LIMITED class right so they have to rotate clearly for a longer start line before joining the tracks. Point pocket according to the normal formula. According to the experience of the first day of the competition, the dummy payment method for the 2007 season will be decided by the second-day pilot meeting.

Points are divided by the top ten formula:
20
15
11
8
6
5
4
3
2
1
Point Table for Regular Tournaments:
23
18
14
10
7
5
4
3
2
1

You can find the details of the permissible changes to the category of devices available at www.ijsba.com and the link to ” rulebook ” requires English language skills.

Competition takes place on the red and yellow buoys marked on the track and the so-called ” the rut is guaranteed as a collective departure (slider = triggered rubber thread which acts as the output boom). Standing and planting will mainly run the same track (the standing may have one or two tighter swing buoys), because the endurance line is slightly more straightforward due to the removed buoys and the farthest “swing buoyancy”. The principle is that when the track is rotated, the red buoys remain on the left side of the driver and the yellow on the right. The track may have more red or yellow buoys in succession.

Track Example

Obligatory accessories include float guards (approved for use with a minimum of four buckles or sideways and with a single back and chest), a cross-type helmet with solid keylogger, back strap, hard-wearing footwear. In the sedentary class, shingles are also mandatory. Goggles are indispensable equipment, though not mandatory. Every jet must have a strap on the bow for possible towing.

The competition is subject to a 15-year age and a paid competition license to the association, and of course a competition fee for each race. In order to obtain a competitive license, new drivers will be given a runway to the competition lead by which the competition manager will ensure the driver’s ability to handle the machine. The screenings are arranged as needed in the morning of each SM Day. A driver of less than 15 years of age can participate in the Ski SM category if the ability to drive and the ability is strong enough. The decision will be made by the Director of the Competition together with the Track Course.

In 2007, a total of 12 startups will be run in SM three races over the three weekends, with the score for each batch counting at the end points. The number of rounds required for betting points is 70% of the winner’s rounds rounded to the nearest straight number. Points are always awarded in full regardless of the number of competitors. In the final rounds of the season, of course, the score is the first, but by the same time decides the number of winnings, when the number of other spaces is equal, etc. If all the investments are equal, determine the last installment of the season. The number of points awarded to a participant in the competition is equal to the ranking of the latter lot.

Road safety is usually provided with four safety beds. In addition, there is always an ambulance and competent emergency care personnel at the venue, although very few injuries have occurred.   

The flagging practice is familiar to motorsport: 
Yellow warns for something and its passage is forbidden.

In black, either the competitor is removed from the track or given the so-called ” stop & go punishment for which to decide on the competition director.

Blue will give a sign that the future behind is clearly faster and usually overtakes the round and this must be over.

The red flag suspends the competition (this option is used extremely rarely as a sign of a shortage).

The ball boss decides on the batch and before the check in the ball is shown a round of white counting that tells about the last round started. In general, there is also a lap display showing the number of rounds remaining.

All equipment and equipment must be inspected before each race. This tells us the suitability of the device in the class it is attending to and ensures that the driver and the equipment are in a condition that they can be released.

start-up:
Before the first start of the day, a pilot meeting will be held. The pilot meeting also draws the starting position order, and the second batch is started in the first order of the order. Before the start, there is also a training time where you can get to know the track better, start over and make the last adjustments before the race. When all the equipment is grouped behind the start-up bet and the competition manager has verified that the start can be completed, a signal will be given that the machines can be started. At the start of the ski class, we continue to follow the rules of the IJSBA as well as that the driver’s both legs must be on the ground until the start occurs unless the competition director issues a separate license at each race winner’s pilot meeting. This means that the other leg must NOT be kept in the appliance compartment before the launch of the start tire unless otherwise stated. In the case of the remaining ones, it is good to reserve a single assistant to hold the device in order to get the most out of it. There may be two assistants in the sedentary part. The burglar is penalized so that the steamer will have to start the reboot when the machine is shut off and tapponaru removed, and the hand holding the tappet should be on the helmet, from which it can only be taken after the start of the trick. Ski classes with a single assistant without Run Assistant and Runabout classes. The burglar is penalized so that the steamer will have to start the reboot when the machine is shut off and tapponaru removed, and the hand holding the tappet should be on the helmet, from which it can only be taken after the start of the trick. Ski classes with a single assistant without Run Assistant and Runabout classes. The burglar is penalized so that the steamer will have to start the reboot when the machine is shut off and tapponaru removed, and the hand holding the tappet should be on the helmet, from which it can only be taken after the start of the trick. Ski classes with a single assistant without Run Assistant and Runabout classes.

Competition and Driving Error Correction:
The leader of the race displays a number table with number 2, if everything is ok, the turntable is reversed to show number 1. When the board is turned transversally, the throttle is triggered “at any moment”. The throttle is triggered manually and triggers the centerpiece in two directions. On the course, if possible, one part of the alternate course and the driver can choose which option he / she wants to use in the current round, this is the case for ski, runabout and enduranceluffs. The racing competitions (not Endurance) are on the extra bucket outside the actual racing line during the batch 1-3 times. The number of visits will be announced at the pilot meeting. The visit may be carried out at its own discretion.
If the bucket rotates accidentally from the wrong side, it can only be repaired by turning the beating “puncture buzz” in the same rotation as the error has occurred. If the error has occurred after the correction ransom, it will be corrected in the next round. Each irreparable buoy = minus one round. The correction buoy will be much closer to the driving line compared to the previous practice, but the correction buoy can only correct incorrectly run buoys, a racing error  (wholly missed buoy / buoys, wrong sequence, etc) = MINUTE ONE ROLL.

Every single extra time spent on the extra bucket = minus one round. 
You can not fix the Ruler Drum Driver, but it will be penalized for failing to drive it in two installments in that installment.             

The Stop & Go penalty is done by the competition manager by asking the driver a black flag so that the equipment is to be pushed off the rails and listened to by the competition manager. A deliberate collision with buoys can be considered as a stop & go punishment. Also, if the Race Director interprets that one of the drivers in his / her driving habits endangers the safety of their competitors, the driver can either condemn the stop & go penalty or even remove the track completely.

The use of emergency baton as an auxiliary weapon is prohibited, as a justification for the water jets caused by its other competitors, and any jets that may have been lifted from its base and the water entrapment of the source.

Generally, the
SM-Runabout 1200 Limited has a maximum permissible cubic volume of 2 cc for 1200cc. Free-throated or bursting 4-stroke 1600 cubees with the Tuning stock are read in 1200 stock classes. Free-breathing 4-stroke 1600 cubees with a pitch of Open are read in 1200 limited classes. You can also participate in this category with less than 800 cube devices. YAMAHA GP 1300 R can run in stock or limited class. (see www.ijsba.com and then link to ” rulebook “)

National rule exemptions (read in stock class): YAMAHA 1200 GP: cylinder cover free, handle handle ok. YAMAHA 800GP: cylinder cover and cylinder free, handle handle ok. SEA-DOO 110 XP: cylinder cover free, handle handle ok. SEA-DOO “little” XP: cylinder cover free, handle handle ok. KAWASAKI ZXI 1100: handle handle ok. For standard class 2 motors, the catalytic converter may be replaced by the original replacement part (D-plate) of the same manufacturer. 
The SJSL Board may grant exemptions to other older equipment, for more information about the surveyor.

For SM endurance, the maximum permissible cubic volume is 1400cc for 2-stroke, 1600cc for 4-stroke and 2300cc for breathable four-stroke. The Endurance Team’s minimum number of hits is one, the maximum is not there, and each team must perform the same number of pitfalls as the highest team in the current race.

The maximum permissible cubic capacity of SM-ski class is 850cc two-stroke or 800cc four-stroke (Hydrospace).

One of the competition weekends will also be the slalom event in Finland in both standing and sedentary classes. Slalom track means, by its name, a run through the buoys track one by one against the clock. After one training session, there are two competitive events, the better time being taken into account. Departure is by air.

Competition numbers:
In the SM-Ski and SM-Runabout classes, race numbers 1-10 are determined by the results of last season. Other competition numbers (11-199) may be booked from the club secretary if they are not already in use. The numbers must be clear, black and the number should be yellow, but in the international value contests the Pro class members can use the white number base. The numbers are 20cm high, the width is 15cm in one number, 23cm in two numbers and 30cm in three digits. The height of the numbers should be 18cm and must be of a standard type. The check will check that the size, color and visibility of the race numbers are in accordance with the IJSBA rulebook, and the approved number and number base can be redeemed from the competition office at 5 €. Association Recommendation:

Payments 2007:
Membership Fee 50 €, License 50 €, Lump Delivery 30 €. 
Competition Fees / Tournament: SM 50 €, CUP 30 €, Endurance 105 €, Slalom 35 €, incl.