MAY 2018 REVISED HCMC Season 2018 Supplementary Regulations/Entry Forms 19-3-18, click to download/open
2018 MEMBERSHIP FORM
Remember that you need to have this in before 30th November to be able to vote/nominate at our upcoming AGM in December
Ride Day First timer and Street Bikes Rider Information sheet
Everything you need to know to participate on our Saturday Ride Days which are open to everyone
In order to compete on a club race day you must be a member of one of the following clubs:-
– The Historic Competition Motorcycle Club of WA
– Motorcycle Racing Club of WA
– The Vintage Moto Cross Club of WA
- One Meeting Competition and Single Recreational Licences Now Available Online.
MWA are streamlining processes and making it easier for you to purchase One Meeting Competition and Single Recreational Licenses directly through the MWA website. The new process has the rider paying direct to MWA.
One Meeting Licences can be issued for Recreation, Club, Interclub, and Open events from the portal.
The link to the One Meeting and Single Recreational licences will be a permanent fixture on our website and can be accessed 24/7 using any device with internet access. Riders can even apply for a licence while waiting to sign on the day of competition just by using their phone!
- Pre-Modern Class – Replaces Rule 20 – PDF format
- HCMC Constitution Newly Revised version as of October 2016
- Club Container Usage Policy document
- COMMERCIAL VENDORS Policy document
- LOG BOOKS UPDATE
- Log Book Application Form
- Interim Log Book Form
- Log Book Transfer Form
- P6 250 Classes for 2016
The HCMC have been a major contributor to revision of P6 20 Production Rules with MA over the last couple of years. With the recent changes made to these rules, that now align with the Club’s requests, the club will now run two P6 250 classes. The classes will be combined in the same race event.
The two classes will be:
· Period 6 250 Production, and
· P6 250 Lightweight.
Each class will be run in compliance with the Motorcycling Australia 2017 Manual of Motorsport (MoMS).
Relevant rules may be found in Section 11 of the MoMS
A brief overview of the requirements for the P6 250 classes is provided below:
P6 250 production: Must have a P6 250 production log book. (note. Existing log books for some current competitors may need to be resubmitted to MA for updating). – The bike must be as per the log book (paint etc may be varied). Some changes from the photos can be accepted for minor components or components where the MoMS (Manual of Motorsports) has been updated since log-booking.
These include, Rim size (to be compliant with MoMs), exhaust (to be compliant with MoMS), exhaust end-cans, footrests & rear-sets, rear shock, paint, chain guard, engine protection plates).
This class is aimed at period road registerable bikes that are largely unmodified.
P6 Lightweight(250): Must have a P6 log book (this may be production, GP class, 250 – various annotations have been made by MA – hopefully this will be more consistent in future): This class is open with respect to bike make, model and modifications provided they are proven to be compliant with period bikes and components used are pre Dec-1990.
The bike must still be as per the log book (paint etc may be varied) – some changes from the photos can be accepted for minor components or components or where the MoMS has been updated since log-booking.
These include Rim size (to be compliant with MoMs), exhaust (to be compliant with MoMS), exhaust end-cans, footrests & rear-sets, rear shock, paint, chain guard, engine protection plates.
This class is aimed at GP class bikes, period (ie pre-1990) specials and/or highly modified production bikes.
Changes made to a bike in any period class must be compliant with the relevant GCR’s in the MoMS. Changes of significance may result in exclusion from Racing (as determined by the Chief Scrutineer in consultation with Race Control) and the competitor will be referred back to MA for review of the bike and update of the logbook.
Competitors should be aware that the year of manufacture of a specific bike does not necessarily determine eligibility for Period 6. The bike may be eligible, as long as the represented Make & Model of bike was available / made before Dec 1990. MA will determine this eligibility.
New riders in any historic race class (especially period 6) please ensure that you submit the full details of what you propose to ride or build to Motorcycling Australia for comment before committing to building or purchasing a bike. A form is available from MA for this specific purpose. See the following link:
Note. If racing in any class, you cannot cross enter into another class combined in the same race.