2019 TER Historic Regulations

2019 TER Historic Regulations

2019 Tour European Rally Historic Regulations

 

Art. 1 - DEFINITION AND ORGANISATION

1.1 - In 2019, the Tour European Rally Promoter will organise a series named 2019 Tour European Rally Historic (TER Historic). The series will be governed according to the International Sporting Code (ISC) and its Appendixes, the National Regulations of the Countries in which the Rallies are held, the individual Event Supplementary Regulationsplus the present regulations.



Art. 2 - EVENTS CALENDAR

2.1 - The events valid for the 2019 TER Historic are:

- Rally Moritz Costa Brava - Spain – 15/16 March

- Rallye Sanremo - Italy – 11/13 April

- Rallye Antibes Côte d'Azur – France - 17/19 May 2019 

- ConXion Omloop van Vlaanderen - Belgium - 6/7 September 2019

- Rallye Rias Altas – Spain - 3/5 October 2019 

- Rallye International du Valais – Switzerland – 17/19 October 2019 – COEFFICIENT 2



Art. 3 – ELIGIBLE COMPETITORS AND DRIVERS

3.1 – Holders of national and international licenses will be admitted to the 2019 TER Historic, in accordance with the 2019 International Sporting Licenses Regulations.



Art. 4 - ELIGIBLE VEHICLES

Eligible vehicles are those listed in Article 2 of the “FIA European Historic Sporting Rally Championship” Sporting Regulations.

The cars are divided into the classes stated in Article 2 of the “FIA European Historic Sporting Rally Championship” Sporting Regulations.

At scrutineering the Competitor must present the FIA Historic Technical Passport (“HTP”) or National Historic Technical Passport.

All cars must be in conformity with the National Highway Code in their countries of registration.

Cars of the Classic Competition category (1947 to 1990) with 3-part passport are accepted.

4.1– The 2019 TER Historic – Tour European Rally Historicis reserved to vehicles complying with the following standards, as per FIA/National Regulations:

Period 1:

A to F, Road legal cars built (FIA Regulations):

A to F:1/1/1905 to 31/12/1965

Period 2:

G1: 1/1/1966 to 31/12/1969 for homologated Touring and GT cars.

Period 3:

G2: 1/1/1970 to 31/12/1971 for homologated Touring and GT cars.

Period 4:

H1: 1/1/1972 to 31/12/1975 for homologated Touring and GT cars.

Period 5:

H2:1/1/1976 to 31/12/1976 for homologated Touring and GT cars.

Period6:

I:1/1/1977 to 31/12/1981 for homologated Touring and GT cars.

For technical specifications refer to the list of FIA Historic categories and Event Supplementary Regulations.

4.2– TheTER Historic Trophy – Tour European Rally Historic Trophyis reserved to vehicles complying with the following standards, as per FIA/National Regulations.

The participation of cars from Other Categories in TER Historic is allowed only for the TER, in J1 (in Category 7) and J2 (in Category 8) Trophy. These two Categories cannot score points in the TER Historic overall classification but only in a separate classification.

Period 7

J1)1/1/1982 to 31/12/1985 for homologated Touring and GT cars.

Period 8

J2)1/1/1986 to 31/12/1990 for homologated Touring and GT cars.

4.3 Groups

These vehicles are divided into different groups:

Group 1 : T – Tourism

Group 2 : CT – Competition Tourism

Group 3 : GT – Grand Touring Series

Group 4 : GTS – Competition Grand Touring

Group 5 : GTP /GSTG/TSRC– Prototip Grand Touring

Group N : Production J1 and J2 (separate classification)

Group A : Tourism J1 and J2 (separate classification)

Group B : J1 and J2 (separate classification)

The Cars of the Classic Group of competition from 1977 to 1981 in possession of a 3-part technical passport issued by a qualified Technical Commissioner (separate classification)

For technical specifications refer to the list of FIA Historic categories and Event Supplementary Regulations.

Competitors competing in Category 6 & 7 (J1 and J2) must comply with the FIA/National Regulations in Appendix XI to Appendix K.

In the case of supercharging (see definition in the current Appendix J), the nominal cylinder capacity of cars up to and including Period J1 will be multiplied by 1.4 and that of cars of Period J2 by 1.7.

Each car will belong to the class corresponding to the fictive cylinder capacity thus obtained.

All cars must be registered for open public road use. For safety reasons, mid- and rear-engine two-seater racing cars shall not be admitted in this Championship.

4.4 At scrutineering, if a vehicle does not correspond in its presentation to the category and/or class in which it was entered, this vehicle may betransferred to the appropriate class, after decision of the stewards of the meeting.



Art. 5 – SERIES REGISTRATION AND SCORING REGULATIONS

5.1– In the 2019 TER Historic registration for the Series will be free of charge. It will be possible to register for the TER Historic until the posting of the start list of each rally.

5.2 - In the 2019 TER Historic, there is no minimum number of participants required for any given TER Historic scheduled event.

5.3 - For the final standings, all the results will be considered.

5.4 - In the event of two or more drivers being tied on points at any time during the season, the driver having set the fastest time in the most stages will be considered as being the leader.

5.5 – Fuel is free, but must comply with the Supplementary Regulations of the event. 

5.6 - Tyres must comply with FIA Regulations and Supplementary Regulations of the event.



Art. 6 - CLASSIFICATION - SCORES FOR EACH RALLY

6.1 - In each round, the competitors registered for the 2019 TER Historic will score the following points, according to their result in the events' final classification:

OVERALL – J1/J2 TROPHY -

1st- 25 Points 

2nd- 18 Points 

3rd- 15 Points

4th- 12 Points

5th- 10 Points

6th- 8 Points

7th- 6 Points

8th- 4 Points

9th- 2 Points

10th- 1 Point

All the remaining competitors classified from 11thplace (included) onwards will also get 1 (one) point.

Note: All the competitors registered for the 2019 TER – Tour European Rally Historicmay nominate one event (except for Round 6 - Rallye International du Valais) in which to use a “joker”, i.e. where their score will be multiplied by coefficient 1,5. This nomination must be sent by email to the TER – Tour European Rally promoter before the posting of the start list for each rally. 

6.2 - In the 2019 TER Historic competitors registered for the series will receive additional points as follows:

6.2.1 - Each competitor will receive 3 points at the third start in a 2019 TER Historic event, 1 further point at the fourth, fifth and sixth start in a 2019 TER Historic event, for a maximum of 6 points.



Art. 7 - CLASSIFICATION OF THE SERIES / TROPHIES

7.1- In every event in the 2019 TER Historic, dedicated classifications will be published comprising only the competitors registered for the series: Overall (only cars until 1981), Period 1, 2, 3, 4,5, Period “J1/J2” Trophy, Category Classic Competition Trophy.



Art. 8 - PRIZES

Prizes will be awardedaccording to the final results of the Rally.

Concerning the 2019 TER Historic, the PrizegivingCeremony will be take place before the event prizegiving ceremony.



Art. 9 – FINAL PRIZEGIVING CEREMONY

At the end of the season the Organisers and Promoters of the 2019 TER Historic will organise a prize giving ceremony which will reward the winners of the 2019 TER Historic and 2019 TER Historic Trophy.

During this ceremony, awards will be also presented to the crews who took part in the greatest numbers of events during the season.


2019 Tour European Rally Historic Regulations