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Our next meeting is at Oulton Park International on Saturday 21st May 2022. 

Please see the Final Instructions, Timetable, Paddock Plan and Race Entry lists below. 

Tickets are electronic and will be emailed to you a few days before the race.   

If you have any questions contactinfo@equipeclassicracing.com

Equipe Classic Racing
Oulton Park (International)
21 May 2022
Final Instructions – Issue ONE

This meeting is organised by MotorSport Vision Racing, governed by the General
Competition Rules of Motorsport UK, incorporating the provisions of the International
Sporting Code of the FIA, additional Supplementary Regulations and any written
instructions the organisers issue for the event.
1. PERMIT
This event will be held under the following Motorsport UK Permit numbers:
Interclub: 124753
National: 126306
2. OFFICIALS
Motorsport UK Steward – Peter Roberts
Event Stewards – Esmor Jones, Ray Sumner
Senior Clerk of the Course – David Scott
Clerks of the Course – Bob Banthorpe
Assistant Clerk of the Course – Joe East
Event Secretary – Scott Pucknell
Chief Incident Marshal – Geoff Cooper
Chief Scrutineer – Steve Walker
Chief Marshal – Margaret Simpson
Chief Medical Officer – Dr Sam Whitehouse
Chief Flag – Andrew Powell
Chief Pits/Chief Startline – Mark Tipping/TBA
Chief Assembly/Paddock – James Elder
Race Control Radios – Margaret Battersby and TBC
Chief Timekeeper – Richard Lomax
Commentators – Paul Goodman, Tom Davis
Safety Car Driver – Allan Farrimond
Safety Car Observer – Andrew Wycherley
Marshals/Event Officials – Members of the BMMC, BARC & BRSCC and other
Motorsport UK recognised Clubs
Ambulances – RTC Medical Solutions
Medical Services – RTC Medical Solutions
Rescue Unit – MSVR (OP), BARC NW
Recovery – Cross Country Recovery, MSV
3. COMPETITORS CIRCUIT ACCESS
It is important that you follow instructions regarding parking within the paddock areas.
Access to the venue will be from 17:00 on Thursday 19th May.
Pit Garages are reserved for Equipe Classic Racing and GTSCC competitors in accordance with the
garage allocation plan.
The paddock must be vacated by all competitors and teams by no later than 21:00 on
Saturday 21st May.
4. SIGNING ON FOR COMPETITORS
All other competitors will sign on using the below link. The only method to sign-on will
be through this link and it must be done no later than 24 hours before your first
session on track. This is to ensure that you aren’t prevented from joining your relevant
session:

https://racing.msv.com/CheckIn/a6efaa35-fbf3-43a7-9153-9b1c3706bbab

When signing on all drivers must provide, as required: a) Drivers and Entrants
Motorsport UK Competition Licence. b) Drivers Medical Certificate (if not incorporated
in the Licence). c) Valid Club Membership (where applicable).
Any competitor holding a competition licence not issued by Motorsport UK MUST
specify this on the entry form for the event. Further they can only participate with
authorisation from their ASN (as required by the FIA International Sporting Code) and
MUST present this written authorisation when signing on.
5. SIGNING ON FOR ALL SENIOR OFFICIALS
All officials will sign on using the below link:
https://racing.msv.com/CheckIn/Officals/a6efaa35-fbf3-43a7-9153-9b1c3706bbab
6. NOTICE BOARD
The official notice board will be located on the dedicated event page, on the MSVR
http://www.msvracing.com/cars
7. TIMING SCREEN
The Official Timing Screen will be the Starters timing screen in the Pit
Lane.
8. SCRUTINEERING
Please ensure that you have completed, in its entirety, the Motorsport UK self-declaration scrutineering form.

https://equipeclassicracing.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Self-Scrutineering-Check-List-Circuit-Racing.pdf

At least 25% of vehicles will be physically inspected by a Motorsport UK
scrutineer. These cars will be selected at random.
Visual scrutineering will be conducted on all competing vehicles just before
noise testing at the entrance of the assembly area, and in the paddock road
while waiting to avoid causing congestion. Scrutineers will have the power to
perform random spot-checks on both cars and drivers’ equipment throughout the
event.
If you are unsure of your vehicle’s ability to meet the required safety criteria set
out in the Motorsport UK general regulations, then please find a Scrutineer and
ask them to check this for you. Allow plenty of time before your first session on
track.
9. ELIGIBILITY
Eligibility may be checked by a member of the Motorsport UK Technical
Commission listed in the 2022 Motorsport UK Yearbook at Appendix 5d. These
Technical Commissioners will be considered as Judges of Fact within the
Regulations. The Championship/Series licensed Eligibility Scrutineers are also
considered Judges of Fact and empowered to undertake any measurements or
examinations of vehicles.
10. DRIVERS RACING FOR THE FIRST TIME AT OULTON PARK
Competitors must read an instruction sheet that can be sent out upon request.
11. DRIVERS BRIEFINGS
All competitors are required to attend a briefing at the following times, before
they go on track:

All Equipe grids – 08:15 – Equipe Race Centre
• MG BCV8s – 08:35 – Equipe Race Centre
• GT Sports Car Cup – 09:00 – Equipe Race Centre

The briefing may be supplemented by written notes which will include any
specific information for your series/championship and will be treated as an
official event document.
The organisers reserve the right to call extra briefings as appropriate.
Attendance/completion of the drivers briefing is mandatory.
12. ENGINE / NOISE POLLUTION
Engines must not be run before 0815 hours OR after 1830 hours. Standard
Motorsport UK noise regulations apply at this event.
13. PIT LANE
The mandatory speed limit in the pit lane will be 60 km/h and the penalty box is
in the Pit Lane adjacent to Race Control.
Please keep the outer lane clear at all times.
Pit Lane – competitors must not exit the pit lane when the Red Light at the pit
exit is illuminated or cross the blend line while rejoining the track.
14. QUALIFYING
All cars will start qualifying from the Pit Lane.
Cars parked in the paddock will be required in the Assembly Area 20 minutes
prior to their qualifying. On instruction from marshals, cars will proceed from the
Assembly Area into the Pit Lane.
Please make yourself familiar with the location of the Assembly Area and Parc
Fermé, before your first practice session.
15. RACE START PROCEDURE
Competitors will assemble in the Assembly Area. On instruction from officials,
all cars will be convoyed behind a Course Car via the Fosters Circuit to the grid.
This convoy lap must be in single file and at low speed noting that marshals and
recovery vehicles could be on circuit. Once cars are in position on the grid, the
countdown will begin.
In the event that any category takes more than four minutes to complete the
formation lap the race time may be reduced.
Any drivers unable to start the Green Flag/Pace lap or start are required to
indicate their situation as per Motorsport UK Yearbook Regulation Q12.11.2 and
any drivers unable to maintain grid positions on the Green Flag Lap to the extent
that ALL other cars are ahead of them, may complete the Green Flag lap but
MUST remain at the rear of the last row of the grid but ahead of any cars to be
started with a time delay.
In ideal conditions the racing programme may be brought forward by up to 20 minutes
and competitors should ensure that they are in their correct location in good time.
– Rolling Start
o GT & Sports Car Cup
– Standing Start
o All other grids
– All grids will have green flag laps
16. GRIDS
Grid selection will be in accordance with Championship/Series Regulations.
17. COUNTDOWNS
For all races, the countdown will start at the 1 minute signal unless otherwise specified
in Championship Regulations.
18. SAFETY CAR
The Clerk of the Course has the option to deploy a Safety Car for all qualifying and
races. The Safety Car will join the circuit from the Pit Lane exit and leave the circuit by
entering the Pit Lane. Safety Car regulations are available at Race Administration or
as detailed in Championship Regulations.
19. TRACK LIMITS
At this event infringements of ‘track limits’ as defined by Motorsport UK Regulation
Q14.4.2 will be detected by an automatic system that will identify the offending car and
produce a photograph of the infringement.
This photographic evidence will be considered as a fact and may be used by the Clerk
of the Course for judicial procedures in accordance with Motorsport UK Regulations.
The above mechanism for such infringements does not preclude from marshals,
officials and Judges of Fact from reporting infringements.
20. END OF PRACTICE, QUALIFYING AND RACE PROCEDURE
At the end of each session all cars must slow down after taking the Chequered Flag
and leave the circuit by turning RIGHT into the Parc Fermé just before the Pit Lane
entrance.
The Parc Fermé entry is at the pit lane entry before the Medical Centre. Marshals at
Deer Leap will display Yellow Flags.
All competitors will remain under Parc Fermé conditions until advised by the
Scrutineers.
21. RED FLAGS
In the case of a red flag during practice or qualifying, all cars must slow down, being
prepared to stop, and enter the pit lane.
In the case of a red flag during a race, all cars must slow down, being prepared to
stop, and stop on the grid.
Any category generating a Red Flag may be placed at the end of the programme
subject to time remaining available.
22. CONTROL FLAGS
Control flags (Black/White, Black/Orange etc.) with car numbers may be shown from
the control line on driver’s right at the line.
The same information may also be shown from electronic panels displayed alongside
the start lights in addition to or as an alternative to the flags on the line.
23. SIGNALING LIGHTS
There are signaling lights at various locations around the circuit. These lights have the
same meaning and authority as flags.
24. RESULTS
Results of Qualifying and Races can be found on the virtual notice board on the
MSVR website (www.msvracing.co.uk) where they will be available once any
outstanding judicial matters have been resolved.
25. JUDGES OF FACT
Judges may be appointed in accordance with Motorsport UK Q3.1.
Timekeepers: To declare the individual lap times and the order in which the cars cross
the timing line throughout the competition.
Scrutineers: In addition to the Championship/Series Eligibility Scrutineers, eligibility
may be checked by a member of the Motorsport UK Technical Commission, as listed
in the Motorsport UK Officials’ Yearbook Appendix 5(d).
26. TIMING
All competitors are required to use a AMB TranX 260, AMB MYLAPS X2 or MYLAPS
TR2 Racing transponder. This can be either direct or battery powered. Transponders
can be purchased from TSL at www.tsl-timing.com in advance of the meeting.
You will no longer be able to hire a transponder on the day of the event, so
please arrange for this with TSL in advance, leaving plenty of time before your
event. This can be done by using the link below:
Transponder Hire – click here
Competitors must supply the transponder number in advance of the event to
their respective Race Series Coordinator or to MSVR.
27. JUDICIAL PROCEDURES
All paperwork must be lodged with the Secretary of the meeting who will then
process this as appropriate.
All decisions will be posted on the virtual noticeboard, which can be found on the
dedicated event area of MSVR website (www.msvracing.co.uk)
At the discretion of the Judicial officials, Judicial Hearings may be recorded.
Note that no competitor is allowed to record the proceedings (see Motorsport UK
regulation C15).
28. SPECIAL CIRCUIT NOTICES
MSVR shall not be liable in the event of damage caused to vehicles being
recovered from the track.
Any cables laid across the paddock MUST be covered with a proprietary cable
cover.
Tail lifts must NOT be left unattended in the ‘mid’ position. It is strongly
recommended that extended tail lifts are fitted with warning lights.
Please refer to Appendix A in the Supplementary Regulations for this race
meeting. If you have any questions regarding these, please get in touch with a
member of the MSVR team who will be happy to help you.
You will need to show your Competitor/Official/Marshal e-ticket or
permanent pass to be able to gain entry to the venue and in some cases
the paddock.
We wish you a safe and successful meeting.
David Scott – Senior Clerk of the Course
Scott Pucknell- Event Secretary

GTS

Race No
Class
Driver
Second Driver
Car Make & Model
Engine CC
Year
Colour
4
3
Rob Cull
MG B Roadster
1853
1964
Red
6
3
Neil Fisher
MG B Roadster
1853
1965
Blue
11
3
Richard Lawson
MG B Roadster
1850
1965
Blue
18
3
Will Linley
MG B Roadster
1860
1964
Green
22
3
Tom Smith
MG B Roadster
1854
1965
Red
24
3
Babak Farsian
MG B Roadster
1840
1964
Blue
35
3
Tim Greenhill
MG B Roadster
1840
1963
Yellow
52
4
Martin Pratt
Oliver Pratt
Morgan +4
2138
1959
Blue
53
3
Kathleen Sherry
MG B Roadster
1840
1964
Blue
64
3
Martin Richardson
MG B Roadster
1840
1965
Green
65
3
Jon Hughes
MG B Roadster
1854
1964
Blue
68
1
Marc Gordon
Lotus  Elite
1216
1961
Green
77
3
John Pearson
MG  A
1840
1956
Red
79
5
Andrew Williams
Austin Healey  100M
2734
1956
Blue
87
3
Mark Ashworth
TVR  Grantura MK3
1856
1965
Red
88
4
Mark Campbell
Triumph  TR4
2138
1962
Green
89
3
Mark Halstead
TVR Grantura Mk3
1853
1963
Blue
91
3
Mark Holme
MG B Roadster
1798
1965
Green
93
4
Andrew Wenman
Morgan +4
2138
1959
White
102
3
Thomas Hibberd
Ian Hibberd
MG B Roadster
1840
1963
Red
108
1
Mark Turner
Austin Healey  Sprite
1293
1962
Blue
111
2
Rob Cobden
Elva Courier
1574
1964
Red
123
3
Norman Nicoll
MG B Roadster
1840
1962
Red
139
2
David Alexander
Alfa Romeo Sprint GT
1570
1966
Red
147
3
Andrew Tate
TBC
MG B Roadster
1800
1965
Red
172
3
James Marsden
Jeff Marsden
MG B Roadster
1798
1963
Red
180
3
Colin Kingsnorth
MG B Roadster
1845
1965
Blue
211
1
Andy Booth
Chris Grove
Austin Healey Sebring Sprite
1293
1958
Blue
217
3
William Foster
MG B Roadster
1840
1963
Red
321
3
Steve Moffatt
MG B Roadster
1840
1964
White
333
3
Peter Smith
MG B Roadster
1798
1965
Red
441
3
Alastair Topley
Elva Courier
TBC
1963
Green
450
5
Paul Mortimer
Austin Healey 100
2660
1954
Red
511
4
Nicholas King
Triumph TR4
2138
1964
White
600
3
John Tordoff
MG B Roadster
1850
1962
Blue
711
3
Anthony Wilson-Spratt
MG B WSM
1840
1963
Red
768
4
Ian Calderwood
Triumph GT6 Mk1
1998
1966
Green

LIBRE/PRE63/50s

Race No
Class
Driver
Second Driver
Car Make & Model
Series
Engine CC
Year
Colour
4
3
Rob Cull
MG B Roadster
Libre
1853
1964
Red
8
3
David Keers-Trafford
Triumph TR3A
Libre
2188
1959
Blue
10
2
David Eales
Lotus Cortina
Libre
1600
1963
White
11
2
Richard Lawson
MG A
Pre 63
1650
1956
Green
13
1
Thornton Mustard
Lotus  Elite
Pre 63
1212
1960
Yellow
17
3
David Beresford
MG B Roadster
Libre
1845
1963
White
20
5
Jonathan Abecassis
Austin Healey  100/4
50s
2660
1955
Red
22
3
Tom Smith
MG B Roadster
Libre
1854
1965
Red
27
1
Mark Hoble
Turner Mk1 Climax
Pre 63
1220
1961
Green
32
6
Alexander Hewitson
Austin Healey  3000 MkII
Pre 63
3030
1962
Blue
33
5
Paul Kennelly
Austin Healey 100M
50s
2660
1954
Blue
52
4
Martin Pratt
Oliver Pratt
Morgan +4
50s
2138
1959
Blue
58
2
Michael Flewitt
Neil Myers
Lotus Elan
Libre
1558
1963
Green
61
6
Doug Muirhead
Austin Healey 100/6
Pre 63
2912
1956
Red
66
4
Robert Johnson
Triumph TR4
Libre
2200
1962
Red
68
1
Marc Gordon
Lotus Elite
Pre 63
1216
1961
Green
72
7
Jamie Boot
TVR Griffith
Libre
4700
1965
Green
77
3
John Pearson
MG A
Pre 63
1840
1956
Red
79
5
Andrew Williams
Austin Healey  100M
50s
2734
1956
Blue
80
3
Colin Kingsnorth
BMW 1800 TISA
Libre
1798
1965
Blue
87
3
Mark Ashworth
Ford Mustang
Libre
4814
1965
Red
91
6
Mark Holme
Austin Healey  3000 Mk II
Pre 63
2998
1963
Red
93
4
Andrew Wenman
Morgan +4
50s
2138
1959
White
100
3
Sarah Bennett-Baggs
Mike Thorne
MG B Roadster
Libre
1840
1963
Red
124
6
Jim Campbell
Austin Healey 100/4
50s
2763
1954
Green
139
1
David Alexander
Lotus Elite
Pre 63
1217
1960
White
185
7
John Clark
Jaguar E Type
Pre 63
3781
1961
Blue
186
7
Jeremy Cooke
Shelby GT350
Libre
4700
1965
White
217
3
Ed Foster
MG B Roadster
Libre
1840
1964
Red
333
3
Matt Wilton
MG B Roadster
Libre
1798
1965
Red
441
3
Alastair Topley
Elva Courier
Libre
TBC
1963
Green
450
5
Paul Mortimer
Austin Healey 100 
50s
2660
1954
Red
768
4
Ian Calderwood
Triumph GT6 Mk1
Libre
1998
1966
Green

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