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MA LOGO 11DEFINITION OF CLASSES FOR 2017

SuperBikes (State Championship Class)

The premier Australian Road Racing class, Superbikes are 4 stroke production motorcycles designed for street use. The superbike class is open to A, B and eligible C grade riders (with a minimum average lap time of 62 seconds). Machines must be eligible for registration in Australia and be fitted with ADR compliance plates. Superbikes have a minimum capacity of 800cc and a maximum capacity of 1300cc for 2 cylinder engine and have minimum weight restrictions. For the complete rule set, refer to the General Competition Rules (GCRs).
Tyres used must comply with MA's and MCRCWA's tyre homologation list.

SuperSport (State Championship Class)

The premier class for supersport machines, a highly competitive class considered the stepping stone to Superbikes and to national and international levels. Supersport bikes are 4 stroke production motorcycles designed for street use. The Supersport class is open to A, B and eligible C Grade riders (with a minimum average lap time of 64 seconds). Machines must be eligible for registration in Australia and be fitted with ADR compliance plates. Supersport bikes have maximum capacities of 600cc (4 cylinder), 675cc for 3 cylinder engines and 750cc 2 cylinder engines and have minimum weight restrictions. For the complete rule set, refer to the General Competition Rules (GCRs).
Tyres used must comply with MA's and MCRCWA's tyre homologation list.

Clubman 1000 & Clubman 600 (Series classes)

Club1000 and Club600 are entry level classes open to C, D grade and Novice riders. Primarily a fun class for riders new to racing and those still developing their skills and building experience. These two classes are the development classes for future SuperBike and SuperSport riders and champions. It is suggested that once riders are confident and can attain minimum laptime requirements for the SuperBike or Supersport classes, that riders cross-enter into the appropriate State/Series Championship class as well.
Club1000 is open to bikes with engines between 601 - 1000cc (4 cylinders) and 751 - 1300cc (2 cylinders).
Club 600 is open to bikes with engines up to 600cc (4 cylinders), 675cc (3 cylinders) and 750cc (2 cylinders).
Tyres use is not restricted to the homologation lists. However, all machines competing in the Clubman classes must comply with the minimum competition requirements outlined in GCR's 10C (Competition Rules) and 10D (Technical Regulations), refer to the General Competition Rules (GCRs).

Production (Series class)

This class is open to all licenced riders on 4 stroke production motorcycles above 13 years old, with juniors (13 - 16) complying with GCR's 10.8 . This class is comprised of fully fared bikes with engine capacities below 400cc, designed primarily for road only use. For the complete rule set, refer to the General Competition Rules (GCRs) and Supplementary Regulations.
Tyres used must comply with MA's and MCRCWA's tyre homologation list.

125GP (State Championship Class)

The 125GP class races the GP prototype bikes seen in the MotoGP field up until 2010. These bikes are full factory prototype machinery that don't have any road going production equivalents. This class is open to all licenced riders 13 years old and above. Bikes must be prototype 2 strokes, with a maximum engine capacity of 125cc. All bikes and riders are required to comply with the General Competition Rules (GCRs), specifically GCR 10.23

Sidecars (State Championship Class)

These three wheeled motorcycle engined prototypes require a team effort between the driver and passenger for success.
Formula One class machines are powered by 4 stoke, 4 cylinder engines up to 1000cc and must comply with the GCRs, specifically 10.25 and 10.26.
Formula Two class machines are powered by up to 1000cc (2 cylinder) or 600cc (4 cylinder) 4 stroke engines and must comply with the GCRs, specifically 10.25 and 10.27.
Period 5 sidecars are eligible again for 2017 and are required to comply with the General Competition Rules (GCRs), specifically GCRs 10.25.2.1, 10.26.6 and 11.26



For detailed information on race rules and eligibility rules, regarding modifications, fuel, tyres, etc please visit the following web sites for downloads:-

Motorcycle Racing Club WA www.mcrcwa.com.au

Motorcycling Australia/Manual of Motorsport GCR Rules www.ma.org.au

MOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIA (MA)
Governing body of motorcycle sport in Australia
For all issues on elligibility, rules, bike specifications etc
http://www.ma.org.au/rules