Rule Change Submissions Now Open for 2019 MoMS

By |2018-01-18T19:37:46+00:00January 18th, 2018|Categories: BLOG|

Motorcycling Australia (MA) would like to advise that rule change submissions for the 2019 Manual of Motorcycle Sport (MoMS) must be received by the 16th February.

Please download the form and clearly fill out all sections providing a detailed rationale for your change. Rule change submissions put forward for discussion by the commissions for the 2019 MoMS will close on the 16th of February. Rule changes can still be submitted after this time, but may take longer to receive feedback.

The MoMS contains the General Competition Rules, which govern the participation and conduct of Motorcycle Sport in Australia. Changes are sometimes made to these rules to make competition easier or fairer, to reflect changes in technology or equipment, or to make the meaning of the rules clearer.

Clubs, State Controlling Bodies and MA Members are welcome to submit suggestions for amendments to existing rules, and suggestions for the addition of new rules, to help make the sport better for our competitors.

Submissions must be completed on the official Rule Change Form and returned to the Rules & Technical Coordinator, Liz Kinderis via email at rules@ma.org.au to be considered. Submissions will be forwarded to the relevant Commission & Committees for consideration.

To find out more about the Rule Change process, please visit the Request a Rule Change page on the website.

Feedback contact:
rules@ma.org.au
(03) 9684 0512

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