1.         Chassis: Must be Cadet kart CIK approved or AKOC certified.

 

2.         Engine:  Only AKOC Homologated and sealed GX 200 Honda engine is allowed

 

3.         Weight: Minimum weight of kart and Driver must be   110kg

 

4.         Tires: YOKOHAMA ADVAN

DRY: 1 SET (2 Pcs Front & 2 Pcs. Rear) + 1 Pc Spare

                                    Front: Yokohama SL83 size 3.6 x 10.0 – 5

                                        Rear:  Yokohama AAG size 5.0 x 11.0 - 5

                              Spare: One (1) piece only

WET: 1 SET (2 Pcs Front & 2 Pcs. Rear)

 

ADW          Front – 4.5 x 10.0-5

                                    Rear – 6.0 x 11.0-5

 

6.         DRIVER ELIGIBILITY - Age Limit

Drivers who are between 7 - 12 years of age as of January 01, 2019

 

7.          SPARK PLUG - Denso Iridium (Must be mass produced type. E.G. IW27, IW29, IW31)

 

8.         Chain Protection

All karts must be fitted with a chain and sprocket cover. It is compulsory and must efficiently cover the sprocket and the crown-wheel down to the centre of the crownwheel axis. In addition, it must incorporate efficient side protection.

 

 

 

9.         TRANSPONDER POSITION

The transponder for electronic lap timing / scoring must be securely fixed to the left rear side of the seat

 

10.       REAR AXLE   

            Material : Magnetic (composite material not allowed)

            Minimum Thickness       :  5 mm +/- 0.5 mm

            Minimum Diameter        :  30 mm.

            Minimum Width             :  960 mm, +/- 10 mm

 

No direct drive gear system is permitted. All engines must be fitted with CENTRIFUGAL CLUTCHES. No oil clutches are permitted.

1.         Chassis: Must be Cadet kart CIK approved or AKOC certified.

 

2.         Engine:  Vortex Mini ROK 60 cc Engine

            Please use the IDENTIFICATION SHEET which VORTEX published

            www.vortex-rok.com

 

3.         Carburetor: Stock,. Main jet & idle jet is open. Emulsion tube model is free but must be original         Dellorto. Needle is open but must be original Dellorto.

 

4.         Weight: Minimum weight of kart and Driver must be  110kg

 

5.         Tires: YOKOHAMA ADVAN

 

DRY 1 SET (2Pcs Front  & 2 Pcs Rear) + 1 Pc Spare

Front: Yokohama SL83 size 3.6 x 10.0 – 5

                                      Rear:  Yokohama AAG size 5.0 x 11.0 - 5

                                    Spare: One (1) piece onlyWET: 1 SET (2 Pcs Front & 2 Pcs. Rear)

 

ADW          Front – 4.5 x 10.0-5

                                    Rear – 6.0 x 11.0-5

 

6.         DRIVER ELIGIBILITY - Age Limit

Drivers who are between 9 - 12 years of age as of January 01, 2019

 

7.          SPARK PLUG - Denso Iridium (Must be mass produced type. E.G. IW27, IW29, IW31)

 

 

8.         CHAIN PROTECTION

All karts must be fitted with a chain and sprocket cover. It is compulsory and must efficiently cover the sprocket and the crown-wheel down to the centre of the crownwheel axis. In addition, it must incorporate efficient side protection.

 

9.         TRANSPONDER POSITION

The transponder for electronic lap timing / scoring must be securely fixed to the left rear side of the seat

 

10.       REAR AXLE   

            Material : Magnetic (composite material not allowed)

            Minimum Thickness       :  5 mm +/- 0.5 mm

            Minimum Diameter        :  30 mm.

            Minimum Width             :  960 mm, +/- 10 mm

 

11.        FRONT BUMPER

 All karts should have  CIK homologated Front Bumper mounted securely on their karts.

 

FRONT FAIRING :  The use of the front fairing retaining system CIK / FIA 2015-2020, as per CIK drawings N. 2c and 2d, is mandatory 

 

The AKOC technical committee reserves the right to refuse front fairings, front fairing retaining systems or other components that do not meet the required standards.

 

The front fairing must be CIK / FIA homologated and must remain in the correct position at any time of a competition (qualifying heats or final races), as described in the Technical Drawing CIK / FIA No. 2c and 2d.

 

1. ENGINES & WEIGHTS – 125 Junior Open

 

ENGINE

WEIGHT

ROTAX MAX Junior

145 KGS.

ROK Junior

145 KGS.

Parilla X30 Jr

145 KGS.

ROTAX MAX Evo

145 KGS.

 

Note 1:  Weights may be subject to change through the year to equalize competition.

Note 2: It is the prerogative of the AKOC organizer to add any engine not presently included in the above list which will be subjected to testing and a corresponding weight would be recommended.

 

2. CHASSIS – 1 Piece

As per description for Rotax FR125 Senior Max.

All chassis homologated for ICA,

       ** Front Brake System not allowed.**  

 

3. ENGINE – 2 Pieces

The only engine permitted in this class is those stipulated in the preceding provision for ENGINES & WEIGHTS – Junior Open. The cylinder is to be of Non-Power Valve type. The engine is a single cylinder, liquid cooled, reed valve two strokes. All engines must be sealed between cylinder, crankcase, cylinder head and the reed valve block with an official seal to prevent modifications.

 

4. CARBURETTOR

As per description of the homologation for each particular engine manufacturer. 

 

5. INTAKE SILENCER

As per description of the homologation for each particular engine manufacturer. 

 

 

 

6. EXHAUST SYSTEM

As per description of the homologation for each particular engine manufacturer. 

 

7. IGNITION SYSTEM

OEM as per factory specifications. 

 

8. TRANSMISSION

Direct from engine to axle via a single length of chain. The clutch supplied with the engine must be used with its standard components. The engine Clutch must be triggered at 3,000 RPM maximum and make the kart with the Driver on board move forward.

 

9. BRAKES

Hydraulic disc brakes operating on rear wheels only. Front brakes not permitted.

 

10. TYRES

YOKOHAMA    DRY:    .ADN           Front 4.5 x 10.0-5 Y801

                                             Rear   7.1 X 11.0-5 Y801

 

                            WET:   ADW                         Front 4.5 x 10.0-5  

                                                             Rear 6.0 x 11.0-5  

 

Total number of slick tires allowed will be 2 sets.

Total number of wet tires allowed will be 2 sets.

 

Each competitor must put the required number of tires in Parc Ferme during scrutineering, and he will have the choice on how to use the number of tires allowed through the entire race meeting.  No additional spare will be allowed.

 

11. DRIVER ELIGIBILITY - Age Limit

Drivers who are between 12-15 years of age (reaching their 13th birthday during the calendar year) on the date when the Licence is issued.

 

12. LICENSE – International C Junior.

 

13. Number Plates Red with White number.

Red with white number (Number should be allocated by the Organizer).

 

14. SPARK PLUG-   Denso Iridium

 

15. REAR BUMPER

All karts should have CIK homologated Rear Bumper mounted securely on their karts.

 

16. FRONT BUMPER

All karts should have  CIK homologated Front Bumper mounted securely on their karts.

 

FRONT FAIRING :  The use of the front fairing retaining system CIK / FIA 2015-2020, as per CIK drawings N. 2c and 2d, is mandatory 

 

The AKOC technical committee reserves the right to refuse front fairings, front fairing retaining systems or other components that do not meet the required standards.

 

The front fairing must be CIK / FIA homologated and must remain in the correct position at any time of a competition (qualifying heats or final races), as described in the Technical Drawing CIK / FIA No. 2c and 2d.

 

17. CHAIN PROTECTION

All karts must be fitted with a chain and sprocket cover. It is compulsory and must efficiently cover the sprocket and the crown-wheel down to the centre of the crownwheel axis. In addition, it must incorporate efficient side protection.

 

18. TRANSPONDER POSITION

The transponder for electronic lap timing / scoring must be securely fixed to the left rear side of the seat

 

 

FORMULA 125 OPEN

 

For 2019, Formula 125 Open will be the premiere class of the Asian Karting Open Championship (AKOC).

 

It will allow different 2 stroke 125cc engines available in the market to race against each other, using weight to equalize the different engines.

 

 

ENGINES & WEIGHTS 125 OPEN

 

MOTOR

WEIGHT

ROTAX MAX FR 125

160 KGS.

PARILLA X30

158 KGS.

ROK GP

160 KGS.

ROTAX MAX EVO

160 KGS.

 

Note 1:  Weights may be subject to change through the year to equalize competition. 

Note 2: It is the prerogative of the AKOC organizers to add any engine not presently included in the above list which will be subjected to testing and a corresponding weight would be recommended.

 

1.  GENERAL ENGINE SPECIFICATION

 

1.1  INLET SILENCER / AIRBOX

*****OEM, as supplied with the engine from the manufacturer. 

 

1.2  CARBURETORS

*****as supplied from the manufacturer, Jetting open.  No modification on the manifold, carburetor, arm, throttle shaft and butterfly.  Fuel should pass through stock metering orifices.

 

1.3  FUEL PUMPS

*****Must be of diaphragm pulse type, type and location are open.

 

1.4  IGNITION SYSTEM

*****OEM as per factory specifications. 

 

1.5  PISTON/RINGS/BEARINGS

***** OEM as per factory specifications

 

1.6  EXHAUST SYSTEMS

*****Exhaust and silencers are supplied by manufacturer, OEM.  No plating or ceramic coatings permitted.

 

1.7  CLUTCH

*****OEM, as supplied with engine from manufacturer. The engine Clutch must be triggered at 3,000 RPM maximum and make the kart with the Driver on board move forward.

 

1.8  COOLING SYSTEM

*****Coolant may not contain Glycol based material.  Water or other surfactants may be added.

 

 

1.9  INTERNAL MODIFICATIONS

*****All internal modifications of any kind are strictly prohibited. 

 

1.10 NUMBER OF ENGINES ALLOWED: 2 Pieces per driver

 

1.11  BATTERY

*****Battery is non tech, but must be of the same size and shape and must be the same amperage and voltage as OEM 12 volts 6.5/ 7.5 amperage hour.

 

1.12  SPARK PLUG

**** Denso Iridium :  DENSO IRIDIUM (Must be mass produced type. E.G. IW27, IW29, IW31)

 

2.  CHASSIS SPECIFICATION

 

2.1   CHASSIS – 1 Piece

All chassis homologated for ICA, or Rotax Max class or AKOC Certified

 

2.2   CHASSIS CONTRUCTION

*****Round tubing only, maximum diameter tubing 32.0mm. Material must be magnetic.

 

2.3  REAR AXLE

***** Maximum diameter tubing 50 mm. Material must be magnetic.

 

2.4   BRAKES

*****Front brakes not permitted.

 

2.5   BODYWORK

***** As per current CIK homologation.

 

2.6   CHASSIS ELIGIBILITY

*****As per current CIK homologation. All chassis homologated for ICA, or Rotax Max class or AKOC Certified

 

3.  TIRE SPECIFICATION

 

3.1       DRY: Only Yokohama Advan   .ADN compound with the following size will be permitted.

                        FRONT                        4.5 X 10.0–5

                          REAR                       7.1 X 11.0–5

           Total number of slick tires allowed will be 2 sets.                        

 

3.2           WET: Only Yokohama Advan ADW with the following size will be permitted.

 

                        FRONT             4.5 X 10.0–5

                          REAR               6.0 X 11.0-5

Total number of wet tires allowed will be 2 sets.

 

Each competitor must put the required number of tires in Parc Ferme during scrutineering, and he will have the choice on how to use the number of tires allowed through the entire race meeting.  No additional spare will be allowed

 

4. DRIVER ELIGIBILITY

 

4.1    FORMULA 125 OPEN SENIOR

*****Minimum age of 14 years of age and above as of January 2019

 

5. DATA ACQUISITION

5.1    Gauges

*****Including Tach, Water Temp, Exhaust Gas Temp, Cylinder Head Temp and timer are permitted (including memory models).

 

6.  REAR BUMPER

All karts should have  CIK homologated Rear Bumper mounted securely on their karts.

 

7. FRONT BUMPER

All karts should have  CIK homologated Front Bumper mounted securely on their karts.

 

FRONT FAIRING :  The use of the front fairing retaining system CIK / FIA 2015-2020, as per CIK drawings N. 2c and 2d, is mandatory 

 

The AKOC technical committee reserves the right to refuse front fairings, front fairing retaining systems or other components that do not meet the required standards.

 

The front fairing must be CIK / FIA homologated and must remain in the correct position at any time of a competition (qualifying heats or final races), as described in the Technical Drawing CIK / FIA No. 2c and 2d.

 

 

8. CHAIN PROTECTION

All karts must be fitted with a chain and sprocket cover. It is compulsory and must efficiently cover the sprocket and the crown-wheel down to the centre of the crown wheel axis. In addition, it must incorporate efficient side protection.

 

9. TRANSPONDER POSITION

The transponder for electronic lap timing / scoring must be securely fixed to the left rear side of the seat

 

 

FORMULA 125 MASTER

 

MOTOR

WEIGHT

ROTAX MAX FR 125

170 KGS.

PARILLA X30

168 KGS.

ROK GP

170 KGS.

ROTAX MAX EVO

170 KGS.

                                             

 

Note 1:  Weights may be subject to change through the year to equalize competition. 

Note 2: It is the prerogative of the AKOC organizers to add any engine not presently included in the above list which will be subjected to testing and a corresponding weight would be recommended.

 

1.  GENERAL ENGINE SPECIFICATION

 

1.1  INLET SILENCER / AIRBOX

*****OEM, as supplied with the engine from the manufacturer. 

 

1.2  CARBURETORS

*****as supplied from the manufacturer, Jetting open.  No modification on the manifold, carburetor, arm, throttle shaft and butterfly.  Fuel should pass through stock metering orifices.

 

1.3  FUEL PUMPS

*****Must be of diaphragm pulse type, type and location are open.

 

1.4  IGNITION SYSTEM

*****OEM as per factory specifications. 

 

1.5  PISTON/RINGS/BEARINGS

***** OEM as per factory specifications

 

1.6  EXHAUST SYSTEMS

*****Exhaust and silencers are supplied by manufacturer, OEM.  No plating or ceramic coatings permitted.

 

1.7  CLUTCH

*****OEM, as supplied with engine from manufacturer. The engine Clutch must be triggered at 3,000 RPM maximum and make the kart with the Driver on board move forward.

 

1.8  COOLING SYSTEM

*****Coolant may not contain Glycol based material.  Water or other surfactants may be added.

 

1.9  INTERNAL MODIFICATIONS

*****All internal modifications of any kind are strictly prohibited. 

 

1.10 NUMBER OF ENGINES ALLOWED: 2 Pieces per driver

 

 

1.11  BATTERY

*****Battery is non tech, but must be of the same size and shape and must be the same amperage and voltage as OEM 12 volts 6.5/ 7.5 amperage hour.

 

1.12  SPARK PLUG

**** Denso Iridium :  DENSO IRIDIUM (Must be mass produced type. E.G. IW27, IW29, IW31)

 

2.  CHASSIS SPECIFICATION

 

2.1   CHASSIS – 1 Piece

All chassis homologated for ICA or Rotax Max class

 

2.2   CHASSIS CONTRUCTION

*****Round tubing only, maximum diameter tubing 32.0mm. Material must be magnetic.

 

 

2.3  REAR AXLE

***** Maximum diameter tubing 50 mm. Material must be magnetic.

 

2.4   BRAKES

*****Front brakes not permitted.

 

2.5   BODYWORK

***** As per current CIK homologation.

 

2.6   CHASSIS ELIGIBILITY

*****As per current CIK homologation. All chassis homologated for ICA, or Rotax Max class or AKOC certified.

 

3.  TIRE SPECIFICATION

 

3.1       DRY: Only Yokohama Advan  .ADN compound with the following size will be permitted.

                        FRONT            4.5 X 10.0–5

                       REAR              7.1 X 11.0–5

Total number of slick tires allowed will be 2 sets.                      

3.2        WET: Only Yokohama Advan ADW with the following size will be permitted                     

FRONT             4.5 X 10.0–5

                          REAR               6.0 X 11.0-5

 

Total number of wet tires allowed will be 2 sets.

 

Each competitor must put the required number of tires in Parc Ferme during scrutineering, and he will have the choice on how to use the number of tires allowed through the entire race meeting.  No additional spare will be allowed

 

4. DRIVER ELIGIBILITY

 

4.1    FORMULA 125 MASTER

***** Drivers who are between 30 - 40 years of age as of January 01, 2019

 

5. DATA ACQUISITION

 

5.1    Gauges

*****Including Tach, Water Temp, Exhaust Gas Temp, Cylinder Head Temp and timer are permitted (including memory models).

 

 

6.  REAR BUMPER

All karts should have  CIK homologated Rear Bumper mounted securely on their karts.

 

7. FRONT BUMPER

All karts should have  CIK homologated Front Bumper mounted securely on their karts.

 

FRONT FAIRING :  The use of the front fairing retaining system CIK / FIA 2015-2020, as per CIK drawings N. 2c and 2d, is mandatory 

 

The AKOC technical committee reserves the right to refuse front fairings, front fairing retaining systems or other components that do not meet the required standards.

 

The front fairing must be CIK / FIA homologated and must remain in the correct position at any time of a competition (qualifying heats or final races), as described in the Technical Drawing CIK / FIA No. 2c and 2d.

 

8. CHAIN PROPTECTION

All karts must be fitted with a chain and sprocket cover. It is compulsory and must efficiently cover the sprocket and the crown-wheel down to the centre of the crown wheel axis. In addition, it must incorporate efficient side protection.

 

9. TRANSPONDER POSITION

The transponder for electronic lap timing / scoring must be securely fixed to the left rear side of the seat

 

FORMULA 125 VETERAN

 

ENGINES & WEIGHTS 125 VETERAN

MOTOR

WEIGHT

ROTAX MAX FR 125

170 KGS.

PARILLA X30

168 KGS.

ROK GP

170 KGS.

ROTAX MAX EVO

170 KGS.

 

Note 1:  Weights may be subject to change through the year to equalize competition. 

Note 2: It is the prerogative of the AKOC organizers to add any engine not presently included in the above list which will be subjected to testing and a corresponding weight would be recommended.

 

1.  GENERAL ENGINE SPECIFICATION

 

1.1  INLET SILENCER / AIRBOX

*****OEM, as supplied with the engine from the manufacturer.  1.2  CARBURETORS

*****as supplied from the manufacturer, Jetting open.  No modification on the manifold, carburetor, arm, throttle shaft and butterfly.  Fuel should pass through stock metering orifices.

 

1.3  FUEL PUMPS

*****Must be of diaphragm pulse type, type and location are open.

 

1.4  IGNITION SYSTEM

*****OEM as per factory specifications. 

 

1.5  PISTON/RINGS/BEARINGS

***** OEM as per factory specifications

 

1.6  EXHAUST SYSTEMS

*****Exhaust and silencers are supplied by manufacturer, OEM.  No plating or ceramic coatings permitted.

 

1.7  CLUTCH

*****OEM, as supplied with engine from manufacturer, and as per factory specification.  Clutch engagement must not exceed 3,000 RPM.

 

1.8  COOLING SYSTEM

*****Coolant may not contain Glycol based material.  Water or other surfactants may be added.

 

 

1.9  INTERNAL MODIFICATIONS

*****All internal modifications of any kind are strictly prohibited. 

 

1.10 NUMBER OF ENGINES ALLOWED: 2 Pieces per driver

 

1.11  BATTERY

*****Battery is non tech, but must be of the same size and shape and must be the same amperage and voltage as OEM 12 volts 6.5/ 7.5 amperage hour.

 

1.12  SPARK PLUG

**** Denso Iridium :  DENSO IRIDIUM IW27,IW29,IW31

 

2.  CHASSIS SPECIFICATION

 

2.1   CHASSIS – 1 Piece

All chassis homologated for ICA, or Rotax Max class or AKOC certified

 

2.2   CHASSIS CONTRUCTION

*****Round tubing only, maximum diameter tubing 32.0mm. Material must be magnetic

 

2.3  REAR AXLE

***** Maximum diameter tubing 50 mm. Material must be magnetic

 

2.4   BRAKES

*****Front brakes not permitted.

 

2.5   BODYWORK

***** As per current CIK homologation.

 

2.6   CHASSIS ELIGIBILITY

*****As per current CIK homologation. All chassis homologated for ICA, or Rotax Max class or AKOC certified

 

3.  TIRE SPECIFICATION

3.1       DRY: Only Yokohama Advan .ADN compound with the following size will be permitted.

                          FRONT                      4.5 X 10.0–5

                          REAR                       7.1 X 11.0–5

             Total number of slick tires allowed will be 2 sets.

                                                                                                         

3.2           WET: Only Yokohama Advan ADW with the following size will be permitted.

 

                        FRONT             4.5 X 10.0–5

                          REAR               6.0 X 11.0-5

           Total number of wet tires allowed will be 2 sets.

 

Each competitor must put the required number of tires in Parc Ferme during scrutineering, and he will have the choice on how to use the number of tires allowed through the entire race meeting.  No additional spare will be allowed

 

4. DRIVER ELIGIBILITY

4.1    FORMULA 125 VETERAN

       Drivers must have celebrated their 40th birthday on 1 January  2019

 

5. DATA ACQUISITION

5.1    Gauges

*****Including Tach, Water Temp, Exhaust Gas Temp, Cylinder Head Temp and timer are permitted (including memory models).

 

 

6.  REAR BUMPER

All karts should have  CIK homologated Rear Bumper mounted securely on their karts.

 

7.  FRONT BUMPER

All karts should have  CIK homologated Front Bumper mounted securely on their karts.

 

FRONT FAIRING :  The use of the front fairing retaining system CIK / FIA 2015-2020, as per CIK drawings N. 2c and 2d, is mandatory 

 

The AKOC technical committee reserves the right to refuse front fairings, front fairing retaining systems or other components that do not meet the required standards.

 

The front fairing must be CIK / FIA homologated and must remain in the correct position at any time of a competition (qualifying heats or final races), as described in the Technical Drawing CIK / FIA No. 2c and 2d.

 

8. CHAIN PROTECTION

All karts must be fitted with a chain and sprocket cover. It is compulsory and must efficiently cover the sprocket and the crown-wheel down to the centre of the crown wheel axis. In addition, it must incorporate efficient side protection.

 

9. TRANSPONDER POSITION

The transponder for electronic lap timing / scoring must be securely fixed to the left rear side of the seat

 

 

2019 ASIAN KARTING OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP (AKOC)

SPORTING REGULATIONS

 

REGULATIONS
1) The final text of these Sporting Regulations shall be the English version, which will be used should any dispute arise as to their interpretation. Headings in this document are for ease of reference only and do not form part of these Sporting Regulations.

 

GENERAL UNDERTAKING

2) All Drivers, Entrants and Officials participating in the Event undertake, on behalf of themselves, their employees and agents, to observe all the provisions of the FIA International Sporting Code («the Code»), the Karting Technical Regulations («the Technical Regulations»), the General Prescriptions («the General Prescriptions»), and these Sporting Regulations.

 

3) The Event is governed by these 2019 AKOC Sporting Regulations,  2019 AKOC Technical Regulations. and by the FIA International Sporting Code.

 

4) The Supplementary Regulations of the Event consist of Standard Regulations drafted in English. When the Organizer sends his Supplementary Regulations to the ASN for approval, he must enclose his civil liability insurance policy covering the whole running of the meeting.


5) The right to associate the name of a company, or a commercial make to the Event is exclusively reserved for the Organizer.

 

6) Only the ASN is entitled to grant waivers to these Sporting Regulations.

 

GENERAL CONDITIONS

7) It is the Entrant’s responsibility to ensure that every person concerned by his entry observes all the provisions of the Code, the Technical Regulations and the Sporting Regulations. If an Entrant is unavailable to be present in person at the Event he must nominate his representative in writing.  The person having charge of an entered kart during any part of an Event is responsible jointly and severally with the Entrant for ensuring that the provisions are observed

 

8) Entrants must ensure that their karts comply with the conditions of conformity and safety throughout the Event.


9) The presentation of a kart for Scrutineering will be deemed an implicit statement of conformity.


10) Entrants, Drivers, assistants and guests must at all times wear the appropriate identification credentials, which have been handed to them.


THE AKOC: PRINCIPLE AND RUNNING

11) The AKOC is run over several events in different tracks and countries to be designated by the Organizer.


12) Each Event will have the status of an
Asian Zone Championship.

 

 

13) Each Event will comprise five races named «Qualifying Heat 1, 2 & 3» and « Pre-Final & Final». The distances of the Qualifying Heat 1, 2 & 3, from the starting signal to the checkered flag, will be equal to the minimum number of full laps necessary for reaching the respective distances of 8, 10 and 12  km (Cadet/Mini Rok, Junior and Senior) respectively. The distances of the Pre-Final & Final, from the starting signal to the checkered flag, will be equal to the minimum number of full laps necessary for reaching the respective distances of: Pre-Final (Cadet/Mini ROK 10 km, Junior 15 km, Senior 20 km). Distance of the FINAL will be (Cadet/Mini ROK 15 km, Junior 25 Km, Senior 30Km) respectively. The checkered flag will be shown to the leading kart when it crosses the finishing line («the Line») at the end of the lap during which that distance is reached. The Line consists of a single line across the track. The final classification of the Event will be the classification of the Final.

 


14) The Event may be cancelled if the karts of fewer than twelve Drivers have passed Scrutineering. If no alternative formula may be found, the ASN will study any palliative solution.

 

CLASSIFICATION
15) The classification of each Event will be that of the Final.


16) The title of Asian Kart Open Champion of each Category will be awarded to the Driver who has scored the greatest number of points at the end of all rounds.


17) If the Final is stopped and cannot be restarted, and if less than 2 laps have been completed, no points will be awarded. If more than 2 laps but less than 75% of the scheduled distance have been covered, half the scheduled points will be awarded. Full points will be awarded if 75% or more of the scheduled race distance have been covered.

 

OFFICIALS
18) The following Officials will be appointed by the ASN for the Event and their names will be published in the Supplementary Regulations of the Event:

-        2 International Stewards and 1 National Steward, one of whom will be nominated Chairman of the Panel

-        AKOC Observer

-        a Chief Scrutineer,

-        a Clerk of the Course,

-        a Deputy Clerk of the Course,

-        a Secretary of the meeting,

-        a Chief Medical Officer and a second doctor,

-        a Chief Timekeeper.


The Clerk of the Course, the Chief Scrutineer, the Chief Timekeeper and the Stewards must be present at the Event at the latest one hour before the closing of the Sporting Checks.
The Clerk of the Course must stay at Race Control and be in contact with all Marshals’ posts whenever karts are allowed to drive on the track. The Chairman of the Panel of Stewards, the Clerk of the Course and the Chief Scrutineer must be in permanent radio contact.


ENTRANTS APPLICATIONS

19) Applicants must hold valid Entrants International Karting Licences and the necessary authorizations (visas) issued by their ASNs affiliated to the FIA.


20) Applications to participate in the Event must be submitted by the Entrants to AKOC at the latest 15 DAYS prior to the event by means of the entry form supplied by the AKOC and must be accompanied by the entry fees to the order of the AKOC organizer on the Friday before every event and must be accompanied by the entry fees.

 

21) All candidatures will be studied by the AKOC, which will publish the list of karts and Drivers accepted, with their racing numbers, at the latest 7 days after the closing date of entries


22) Applications shall include:

a) confirmation that the applicant has read and understood the Code, the CIK General Prescriptions, the Appendices, the Technical Regulations and these Sporting Regulations and agrees, on his own behalf and on behalf of everyone associated with his participation in the Event, to respect them;


b) The name of the Driver; For drivers in the Cadet, Mini ROK and Junior classes, the name of the Parent or Guardian must also be indicated.


23) The organizer reserves the right to limit the number of entries per event.

 

 

 



ELIGIBLE DRIVERS

24) Drivers holding a CIK-FIA International Karting License (issued by their ASNs affiliated to the FIA), in compliance with Articles 3 to 3.4 of the CIK Code for International Karting Licenses and Articles 1 to 4  of Appendix L of the FIA International regulations. Only license issued by a country belonging to the Asian Zone as defined by the FIA will be permitted to enter.  For Cadet &Mini ROK 60, Drivers should hold a national license issued by Asian Zone or CIK affiliated ASN.

 

CLASSES:

A.) Cadet (National – Asia Zone)

Drivers who are between 7 – 12 years of age as of January 1, 2019

 

B.) Mini ROK (National – Asia zone)      

Drivers who are between 9 - 12 years of age as of January 1, 2019

 

C.) Junior 125 (Zone)   

Drivers who are between 12-15 years of age (reaching their 12th birthday during the calendar

year) on the date when the Licence is issued. The licence may remain valid beyond the date

of a Driver’s 15th birthday until the end of the current year. Junior Licence may be issued to

a Driver reaching his 15th birthday during the year in which his licence is issued. Upgrading

to a Senior Licence during the year will be final. Must be in possession of a CIK International B or C license or Asia zone B license.

 

D.) Senior 125 (Zone)   

Drivers who reach their 14th birthday during the calendar year in which the Licence is issued.

Must be in possession of a CIK International A, B or C Asia zone license.

 

E.) Master 125 (Zone)

Drivers who are between 30 - 40 years of age as of January 1, 2019

 

F.) Veteran 125 (Zone)

Drivers who are 40 years of age or over as of January 1, 2019

Must be in possession of a CIK International A, B or C Asia zone license.

 

ELIGIBLE KARTS AND EQUIPMENT

25) The Event is reserved for CIK Homologated and AKOC certified karts, as defined by the AKOC Technical Regulations.


26) The Entrant must enter the same chassis, engines and tyres combination for the Event. No change of combination shall be accepted after the entry list has been made official by the AKOC.


27) Each Driver will be entitled to submit to Scrutineering the following equipment:

 

Cadet   : 1 pc Chassis                                                   Mini ROK: 1 pc Chassis

            2 pcs Engine                                                                 2 pcs Engine

            1 set Dry Tires + 2pcs spare                                          1 set Dry Tires + 2pcs spare

            1set Wet Tires                                                               1 set Wet Tires

 

125 Jr.  : 1 pc Chassis                                                   125 Senior: 1 pc Chassis

            2 pcs Engine*                                                                  2 pcs Engine*

            2 sets Dry Tires                                                             2 sets Dry Tires

            2 sets Wet Tires                                                            2 sets Wet Tires

 

*only a single make allowed, per event

 

(“SEE AKOC TECHNICAL REGULATIONS” FOR DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT)

 

Note: Chain & Sprocket cover is mandatory for all classes. It is compulsory and must efficiently cover the sprocket and the crown-wheel down to the center of the crown wheel axis.  In addition, it must incorporate efficient side protection.

 

Note: The tyres and fuel stored in the Servicing Park cannot be used in the Warm-ups.
28) Change of equipment:

Changing engines, chassis, the chassis/engine unit and tyres between the various Drivers is forbidden.

No change of the chassis, of the engine or of the chassis/engine unit may be carried out during the starting procedure or between the start and finish of the Qualifying Practice, Qualifying Heats, Second Chance Heat and Final. Offenders will be excluded from that race.

 

28.1) A competitor may introduce a second chassis provided he is able to meet the following:

 

  1. The chassis presented at scrutineering was damaged as a result of an accident.
  2. The competitor is able to get all the competitors in his class to agree to the change of chassis. This must be done by obtaining all of the signatures of the competitors/drivers of the affected class.
  3. The stewards of the meeting have authorized the change based on the concurrence of all the competitors of the affected class.

 

DISTRIBUTION OF TYRES AND LIMITATION OF TYRES DURING THE EVENT

29) The official tyre make for the Championship is YOKOHAMA ADVAN. The compounds and sizes for the respective classes shall be indicated in the Technical Regulations.

 

STOCKING: The homologated tyres will be stocked in the Servicing Park by the Tyre Distributor prior to Qualifying Practice and before the scheduled time for tyre fitting.

 

DISTRIBUTION:Tyres will be distributed in the Servicing Park, in exchange for a VOUCHER Purchased from the tyre Distributor. The distribution of tyres will take place before Qualifying Practice (Time Trials). Once the tyres have been allocated by random draw, they will be fitted on rims and the Driver’s number will be marked on them by the Service Park staff.

 

Tyres stocked in the Service Park may only be used for Qualifying Practice (Time Trial), Qualifying Heats, Second Chance heats & Final.

 

NOTE: Where entrants have wet tyres (unused) from a previous round, they can have these added to the wet tyre allocation in the Service Park. This MUST be done at the same time as the Tyre Distributor is stocking his/her tyres. If they are already on rims they will be marked with the driver’s number.

 

29(b) TYRE TAMPERING

It is not permissible to: tamper with any tyre, to alter the hardness or composition of the rubber or to change the construction of the tyre carcass by any means except through normal karting use. Specifically, the application of any substances including tyre treatment/tyre softener is strictly prohibited. The use of heating sources, including heat guns or lamps, is also prohibited.

 

29 (c) TYRE SERVICING / INSPECTION

Competitors or mechanics will only be allowed to inspect or service their respective tires/rims at the « Start Service Park » 10 minutes before the start of their heats or at the « End Service Park » immediately after the end of the heat and before giving back their tires for impounding.

FUEL DISTRIBUTION REGULATIONS

30) In order to solve any problems linked to the quality of fuel, the ORGANIZER will enforce a system of fuel distribution which will guarantee the availability and use of fuel with constant quality. A single fuel Supplier will supply the fuel to be used by each Driver.

 

DISTRIBUTION: The appointed fuel Supplier’s lorry will arrive at the circuit before the beginning of the first non-Qualifying Practice (see Schedule). This programme is subject to modifications. Any modification shall be published.

 

The Driver buys VOUCHERS from the Fuel Supplier and shall hand over said VOUCHER to the Marshals at the Servicing Park in exchange for the amount of fuel that they paid for.

 

During the time allotted for fuel impounding, the Driver or his mechanic must present to the Marshal a sealed container of the oil that he is going to use for the event, and must mix the oil & fuel in the Servicing Park under the supervision of the Marshals. It is recommended that the kart’s impounded fuel tank – equipped with quick fixations - be appropriately filled with the oil-fuel mixture at this time in preparation for the Qualifying Practices (Time Trials).

 

The fuel distribution and impounding will be carried out in the Servicing Park in the presence of an AKOC Steward.

 

EACH DRIVER MUST HAVE THEIR OWN RESPECTIVE FUEL CANS, CLEARLY MARKED OUT WITH THEIR RESPECTIVE NUMBERS, IMPOUNDED AT THE PARC FERME AREA FOR FUEL.

 

During assembly for each Qualifying Practice, Qualifying Heat or Race, the Driver will receive his impounded fuel tank in the Start Servicing Park. After each Qualifying Practice (Time Trial), Qualifying Heat and Raceor the Pre-Final, the Driver may refill his fuel tank while at the Finish Servicing Park; he then hands over his fuel tank for re-impounding to the fuel impound Marshals in this area.

 

The fuel and the tank shall, in no instance, leave the Servicing Park except for official use on the track.

 

The lubricant for the 2-stroke fuel mixture is that published in the list of lubricants approved by the CIK-FIA. The lubricant can (or the box) must still be full, capped and sealed when it is taken into the Servicing Park.

 

A Driver may bring only one fuel tank into the Servicing Park for use in the official timed practices, heats and races.

 

RACING NUMBERS AND NAME OF THE DRIVER

31) Racing numbers shall comply with the provisions of Article 2.24 of the CIK Technical Regulations.


32) The name of the Driver must appear on each side of the lateral bodywork and be clearly legible, in accordance with Article 2.24 of the CIK Technical Regulations.


33) The flag of the Driver’s nationality must be that of the nationality of his license.

 

FRONT FAIRING & FRONT FAIRING MOUNTING - Applicable to all classes, except Cadet

34 (a) The use of a CIK homologated front fairing and of the homologated front fairing mounting kit of the bodywork homologation period 2015 – 2020 is mandatory.

Within the framework of the call for tenders issued by the FIA, the FIA World Motor Sport Council has decided to appoint KG s.a.s. as the exclusive supplier of a homologated front fairing mounting kit for the 2018, 2019 and 2020 seasons.

34 (b) As from the Qualifying Heats until the Final, each Driver must enter the “Start” Servicing Park – Assembly Area with the front fairing detached from their kart. The Mechanic or the Driver himself must mount the front fairing in the “Start” Servicing Park – Assembly Area under the supervision of a Scrutineer.

34 (c) During Qualifying Heats and Final, it is only allowed to install the front fairing to the correct position in the Repair Area.

34 (d) Correct installation of the “Front Fairing”

The front fairing (using the front fairing mounting kit) must be in the correct position at all times during a competition (see Technical Drawing No. 2d).

34 (e) The black flag with an orange disc will not be shown to a driver if his front fairing is no longer in the correct position. If the judge of fact reports that the front fairing on one or more karts was no longer in the correct position when the “black and white che­quered flag” was waved and the kart(s) concerned crossed the finish line, in all situations a time penalty of 5 seconds will be imposed automatically on the driver(s) concerned. This time penalty is not susceptible to appeal.

34 (f) When the Scrutineers/Judges of Fact send the reports regarding the incorrect position of the front fairing, the Stewards will automatically apply the decisions. The Entrants concerned shall not be invited to sign the decision documents.

34 (g) Should a Driver or a third party be found/proved to have intentio­nally replaced a front fairing which is not installed correctly during the last lap or after the “black and white chequered flag” was waved this will lead to a disqualification from the competition.

34 (h) As from the moment the “Last Lap” panel is presented to the Drivers the Repair Area will be closed.

34 (i) The measuring device MiniRAE Lite of the company “RAE Systems Inc. (USA)” will be used in Qualifying Practice, Qualifying Heats and the final phase to check that the front fairing is in conformity with the regulations. The VOC measurement of the front fairing may not exceed 5 ppm (maximum limiting value) under any circumstances.

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