2020 Navscatter Championship
The 2020 Navscatter Championship rounds are:
|Date||Organiser||Start venue||OS maps needed|
|January 16th||Paul Jenkins & Emma Lewis||Wheel Wrights Inn, Erwood||147, 148 & 161|
|February 13th||Rob & Kieran Price||Bridgend Inn, Crygubar||146 & 160|
|March 5th||Jamie Pickup & Kate Jones||Belle Vue Hotel, Llanwrtyd Wells||147 & 160|
|April 16th||Ryan Davies & Jon Hawkins||TBC, Builth Wells||147 & 148|
|October 8th||James & Alvine Stuart||TBC, Rhayader||147, 148 & 136|
|November 25th||Brecon Motor Club||TBC||TBC|
Every navscatter will start at 7:30pm.
The entry fee is £12
There are 2 classes - Expert and Novice
1. All competitors must be fully paid up members of Epynt Motor Club Ltd. Every competitor must show his/her current card at the start of a navscatter. Any competitor who cannot show his/her club card at the start of an event will have to reapply for membership. After proof of membership is found, £5.00 will be refunded to the competitor.
2. All competitors must hold a valid Motorsport UK RS Clubman or higher grade competition licence. A Motorsport UK RS Clubman Competition Licence is free of charge and can be applied for online at www.motorsportuk.org or at signing on for each navscatter.
3. Parents or guardians of drivers under 18 years of age are required to sign on at the start of a navscatter to enable their child to participate.
4. If a driver or navigator is a novice on the first round he or she will remain in the novice class for the year.
5. Only two people are allowed in competing cars.
6. A driver or navigator who organises an event will get ten points.
7. Awards will be presented on every round to the first novice crew and first expert crew.
8. A competitor may count his or her best five scores for the championship.
9. Championship awards for winning drivers and navigators will be presented at the Epynt Motor Club Annual Dinner and Awards Presentation.
11. No spotlights to be fitted on competing vehicles.
12. All vehicles must be fitted with an effective silencing system.
Specific rules for navscatter organisers
1. Organisers must allow novice crews extra plotting time.
2. Organisers may use white unsurfaced roads only if they are smooth.
3. Any unsurfaced roads used or roads not on OS maps must be shown by a detailed diagram.
4. Try to arrange a start venue with a separate room for plotting.
5. Try to arrange a finish venue that can supply food.
7. Contact the Competition Secretary, Brian Jones, for a list of black spots and the permit number for your event.
regulations, a coloured map showing all clue locations, permit number, and organisers contact details
9. PR around the start and finish venue and any clues which are within 400 meters of any household.
10. Contact Dyfed-Powys Police in the week prior to your event to log a STORM report.
For more information please contact the Competition Secretary, Brian Jones, on 07974 948193.