2014-15 ISR Helmet Rules Updated

SUBJECT: Snocross Helmets and Jackets/Pullovers/Jerseys

Full coverage helmets are mandatory. Helmets will be full protective coverage and carry the 2010 Snell Foundation Approval Code. Helmets carrying European Standard ECE 22.05 are also approved. This is also mandatory in the tune-up area. The helmet must be securely fastened at all times. These take affect September 1st, 2014

The helmet must be predominantly blaze or international orange in color. More than 50% of its entire outer surface including the visor must be orange. There is a mandatory 6" x 6" area located lower center in the middle of the back of the helmet that must be solid Orange. A template measuring 2 inches by 3 inches placed anywhere on the helmet must contact orange color except on a 4" X 6" area on the left and right hand side of the helmet.

On a typical snocross helmet there should be at least 144 square inches (12 X 12 inches) of orange.

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ECS Rulebook Links

 The following links are for ECS rules for the 2013-2014 Season:
 
2013-2014 ECS Competition Rulebook  •  2013-14 Rulebook [PDF] updated 12/6/13
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    External Link for ISR Tech Bulletins Established

    ISR logoJanuary 7, 2014 - The East Coast Snocross rulebook linked on this page will be scaled down to pertain to ECS circuit rules only. These rules pertain to competition within the ECS circuit only. Some rules may carry over to other circuits, but for General ISR rules for snocross competition at any ISR sanctioned race series, please click the provided link below for ISR established snocross rules and technical update bulletins.

    ISR Technical Bulletins

    ISR Snocross Rulebook

    ISR Snocross Youth Rulebook


     

    Transponder Penalties Continue for 2013/14 Season

    Attention Drivers: For the 2013/14 Season penalties will assessed for no transponder in a sled.

    1st Offense • Scored Last Place in the heat.
    2nd Offense • Last place in the heat AND $25 fine.
    3rd Offense and more • $40 Fine and last place in the heat.

    This is will be enforced per driver not class or weekend.
    Example: Driver XXX races Pro Open Round 1 no transponder -1st offense. Driver XXX later in the day races Pro Stock Round 3 no transponder - 2nd offense. Driver XXX races the next weekend in a Pro Open Final no transponder - 3rd offense. If you have any questions please email us.

     
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