Class split into two classes
1 - F2 class for all four stroke engines 600cc and below and 350cc and below two stroke engines in any chassis types short or long.
2 - F1 class all other engines and chassis types short or long.
All engine’s in both classes to be of a type that was originally manufactured with carburettors.
Not a rule but an announcement to all old and new teams for next year.Number plate backgrounds on fairings are to revert back to original ACU colours. 350 - White numbers on blue back grounds. 600 - White numbers on red back grounds. F1’s black numbers on white back grounds.
Originally when we shared club grids the yellow numbers were introduced to show that teams in our championship were recognisable from club teams as we are now getting our own grids there is no need for the non-standard number colours.
To enable commentators and the spectators to differentiate a F350 outfit from a F2 600, please ensure that your number plates are blue background with white numbers.
Minimum background size should be 285mm by 235mm for the front with numbers being 140mm high X 80mm wide and width of stroke 20mm.
Minimum background for the sides should be 260mm X220
Numbers shouldbe 120mm high 70mm wide 15mm stroke width, these should be the minimum size.
As per the A.C.U. handbook.
Number plates must not be traced round in the appropriate colour
Post Classic Regulations (Archive)
Chassis should be of tubular or box section steel construction in keeping with the cut off date of 1981, with the exception of bona-fide “copies” in which case the onus is upon the owner of the machine to prove to the FSRA the machines validity.
The chassis should be of “conventional” design.
No long wheelbase sidecars
The engine should be situated in front of the driver and on line between the front and the rear wheels.
Wheels may be of 10" 12" 13 "or 16" both slick and treaded tyres are eligible.
Streamlining must be of an appearance in keeping with the period.
Twin cylinder engines that started production by 1984 may be up to 1300cc four strokes.
Period 1 Multi cylinder engines and car derived engines may be up to 1300cc two or four stroke of a type that started production by 1978 e.g.GS10000, Z1000, TZ750S etc.
Period 2 Multi cylinder and car derived engines may be up to 1300cc four strokes of a type that started production by 1984 e.g. Air cooled GSX, FJs, GPZs etc
Machines that do not comply with the eligibility regulations but are of a “special interest " may be allowed to race at the discretion of the FSRA Committee
Machines that do not comply with the eligibility regulations but are of a “special interest " may be allowed to race at the discretion of the FSRA Committee.
If you would like more information about any of the classes please contact F350, Post Classic and Pre injection Rep Dave Tibbles
Tel 01455 888289