R2M Super-Naked SuperSport 600 Championship 2011 Round 2, Thailand Circuit

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  1. TonyBKK

    TonyBKK Ol'Timer

    R2M Super-NakedBikes & SuperSport 600 Championship 2011 Round 2, Thailand Circuit, Nakhonchaisri. 16-17 July 2011.
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  3. TonyBKK

    TonyBKK Ol'Timer

    R2M Super-NakedBikes & SuperSport 600 Championship 2011 Round 2, Thailand Circuit, Nakhonchaisri. 16-17 July 2011.

    Super-Naked Bikes Classes: (Amateur, Novice Only)
    Naked Bike NK1300 : Over 776cc up to 1300cc, 4 cylinders, 4T
    Naked Bike NK750: Over 526cc up to 775cc, 4 cylinders, 4T
    Naked Bike NK500: Over 276cc up to 525cc, 4 cylinders, 4T
    *only new rider never been issued MSAT license in all racing category (รับเฉพาะนักแข่งใหม่ที่ไม่เคยถือใบอนุญาตแข่งขัน MSAT ในทุกประเภท)

    SuperSport 600 Class: (Amateur Only)
    SuperSport 600:
    Over 400cc up to 600cc, 4 cylinders, 4T
    Over 500cc up to 675cc, 3 cylinders, 4T
    Over 600cc up to 750cc, 2 cylinders, 4T
    *open for all MSAT license holders (เปิดรับนักแข่ง MSAT ทุกประเภท)

    Register: today until 16 July 2011, 12:00 P.M.
    Timed Practice (Qualify): 16 July 2011, afternoon
    Race day: 17 July 2011, at noon (Live Broadcasting)
     
  4. brian66

    brian66 Ol'Timer

    Tony
    I note that you attend a lot of different race meetings held under different titles and different circuits.
    This is Thailand so I can't imagine it is the same as Australia. In Australia there is one FIM associated controlling body. There is second controlling body however it is not recognised by the FIM yet.
    To race in Australia you must first pass certain testing by a racing club member who is approved by the controlling body, plus the club must be registered with the controlling body.
    As I mentioned above, in Australia here are two controlling bodies that have their own rules and regulations so you can obtain two licenses so you can race in meeting sanctioned by either of these controlling bodies.
    Grading is applied to the type of license you hold from a D grade up to a super license for international racing. The licence must be renewed every year.
    Can you tell me the Thai system in relation to racing in Thailand? Does one need a MSAT competition license issued in a similar way as I described above? If a MSAT racing license is required what are the conditions. If not how does it work?

    Brian
     

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