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[20/2/20] ORCi Alcohol and Substance misuse Policy

Please click here to view the document, random drug and alcohol testing will take place at events at all tracks in 2020, these tests will apply to drivers and staff.


 

[17/12/19] Racecievers

Applies to:

Hot Fords
Open Rods
1300 Stockcars
Superbangers

Many of you will have read on the internet in the last month or so about the introduction of RaceRecievers, we brought these in for Junior Rods during 2019 but the ORCi want them on all formulas for 2020.

In all formulas drivers must have a RACEceiver device fitted, The RACEceiver device for Drivers is being mandated at ORCi tracks all over the country. This small communication device is revolutionising the industry, making the sport safer for both the drivers and officials. It saves time by allowing officials to talk to all the drivers at the same time and lets you get on to more racing. The officials can warn drivers about accidents or debris on the track and to ensure the correct driver is excluded should a black flag be needed.
The suggested Raceceiver is the RACEceiver Fusion+ available at many outlets on the internet, they are not supplied with earphones, so you will need to supply a set of in-ear earphones with a 3.5mm plug.

You will be told at the drivers briefing which channel will be used.

 

That information will be written into the 2020 Rules for each formula [currently in the process of being done], it is a requirement that ALL drivers have them, the Raceway will have a few to hire [you MUST have your own earphones, you will need to reserve a Raceciever in advance], please look them up on the internet where there are deals to be had - "RACEceiver Fusion+" is what you need to look for.

 

 

 

 

 

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