Licences

Circuit

Licence for Circuit Race

Racing in a circuit race is a highly competitive car race event that is competed between just two cars or among several racers.

What makes this event so competitive is that the event’s outcome is usually decided based on the car’s position when it crosses the finish line. The winner will be determined upon the successful completion of all the lapses, and it will be positioned on the order of arrival at the finish line. Sometimes, instead of using a certain amount of lapses, a time frame is used. Before the time lapses, the driver must have completed a certain amount of lapses before crossing the finish line.

The racing events take place at different levels in Australia, even at Supercars Championship. However, for you to participate, you must be a licenced driver. To be a licenced driver, you must apply for the licence and successfully fill the form.

The licence form for the circuit entails your basic biodata, such as your full name, birth date, gender, address and other vital details. In a situation whereby you are not a citizen of Australia, you would have to attach your national passport.

For you to be granted the licence, you might be required to undergo a licencing test, usually an online class. You should also note that the test is not the only criteria to be met when applying for the licencing form. You would also be requested to carry out a health evaluation test. The purpose of this health test is to see to it that you are of sound mind and you are fit to drive.

One of the reasons why a driver needs a licence is to enable him to compete at any race throughout the whole of Australia.

This is required all over Australia. All you need to do as a driver is to walk into any of the country’s racing clubs for your arrangement for the licence.

When you are going for the licence, you should understand that there are certain conditions that you must fulfil. These conditions are perfectly spelt out in the terms and conditions which are annexed to the licence.

This car racing sport is a very delicate one, and as such, the organiser of the sport will like to absolve themselves from any form of liability that may occur during the race racing. Due to this, the organiser will not be liable for any injury suffered by the rider.

This has been clearly spelled out in terms of the rider’s agreement, which is in the form he obtained. All riders are also to adhere to all the rules and follow every form of obligations spelled out in the licence form. Finally, once you are able to secure the licence, you should make sure that everything you do does not bring disrepute to the association or the club.

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