An increase in 2017 MSA permit and levy fees was reflected in the initial costing for the series entry fees previously published on this website. Good News! a revision on the fees set, was made by the SART Sports Manager and committee with consideration to the rising costs also imposed on competitors. The result is a reduction of $5 for open solo and $20 for open sidecar, rally will remain the same as previously published. The ‘Swann Insurance 24hour entry fees remain the same as 2015 -2016 with no increase. 2017 Entry Fees>
The FIM, as the world governing body of motorcycle racing, has banned the mounting of helmet cameras and accessories in competition for over a year now, and as the governing body of motorcycle sport nationally, Motorcycling Australia (MA), has also banned the use of helmet-mounted cameras in competition for safety reasons.
Good news! as per the 2017 Reliability Trials Supplementary Rule Book, cap lights maybe attached to the peak of the competitors helmet, to be used as a work or emergency light, the light can also remain there while riding.
More information on Helmets, Cameras and Cap Lights – here>
The 2017 Supplementary Rule Book is now available. The rules are applicable to all Reliability Trials conducted in South Australia.
Changes made and revisions to existing rules – more information and download
The SART series runs events in a variety of regions which are governed by a variety of local councils, the organizing club or committee hosting in their region has an obligation to look after the land, landowner and council roads. Continue reading Before You Ride
The 2016 SART Series Awards night was held on Friday 21st of October at the Gawler Arms Hotel. Over 100 people attended the evenings presentations for 5 of the 7 rounds and the overall series winners.
2016 winners – Sam Florance, Rowan Pumpa, Chris Schultz, Adam Brook
Continue reading 2016 Series Wrap