2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series Sporting and Technical Regulations

2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series Sporting and Technical Regulations

2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series Sporting and Technical Regulations

Page 1 of 15 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series - Sporting and Technical Regulations – Version 1 ©Copyright Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd 2013 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series Sporting and Technical Regulations Version 1 Bulletin B13/045

2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series Sporting and Technical Regulations

Page 2 of 15 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series - Sporting and Technical Regulations – Version 1 ©Copyright Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd 2013 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series Sporting Regulations S1 TITLE and JURISDICTION 4 S1.1 Title 4 S1.2 Authority/Jurisdiction 4 S2 ADMINISTRATION 4 S2.1 Personnel 4 S3 COMPETITOR ELIGIBILITY 4 S4 AUTOMOBILE ELIGIBILITY 4 S4.1 Replacement Automobiles 4 S5 DRIVER ELIGIBILITY 4 S5.1 Substitute Drivers 5 S6 SERIES ROUNDS/REGISTRATION 5 S7 SERIES CALENDAR 5 S8 ROUND FORMAT 5 S8.1 Round Format 1 - Sprint 5 S8.2 Round Format 2 - Combined 5 S8.3 Variations To Timetable 5 S9 GRID DETERMINATION 5 S9.1 Round Format 1 - Sprint 5 S9.2 Round Format 2 - Combined 6 S10 START PROCEDURE 6 S11 AWARDS and POINTSCORE 6 S11.1 Prizes and Trophies 6 S11.2 Series Pointscore 6 S12 EVENT OPERATIONS 7 S12.1 Series Registration and Entry 7 S12.2 Driver Briefings 7 S12.3 Impound/Parc Ferme 7 S12.4 Qualifying 7 S12.5 Pit Lane 7 S12.6 Removal of Automobiles from the Circuit 7 S12.7 Practice Starts 7 S13 TYRES 7 S13.1 Tyre Regulations 7 S14 FUEL 8 S15 AUTOMOBILE MARKING 8 S15.1 Automobile Markings and Series Identification 8 S15.2 Sponsor Signage 8 S15.3 Competition Numbers 8 S15.4 CAMS Logo 8 S16 IN-CAR CAMERAS 8 S17 SUCCESS BALLAST 8 S18 HEAD RESTRAINTS 8 S19 JUDICIAL 9 APPENDIX A – RESERVED SIGNAGE 10

2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series Sporting and Technical Regulations

Page 3 of 15 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series - Sporting and Technical Regulations – Version 1 ©Copyright Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd 2013 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series Technical Regulations T1 PREAMBLE 11 T1.1 Parts/Components 11 T1.2 Maintenance, Repairs and Adjustments 11 T1.3 Component Sealing 11 T1.4 Technical Inspection 11 T2 ELIGIBILITY 11 T3 WEIGHT 12 T3.1 Racing Weight 12 T4 ENGINE 12 T4.1 Electronic Control Unit (ECU) 12 T4.2 Cooling System 12 T4.3 Intake System 12 T5 TRANSMISSION 12 T5.1 Gearbox 12 T5.2 Clutch 12 T6 SUSPENSION 12 T6.1 Springs 12 T6.2 Shock Absorbers 13 T6.3 Stabiliser 13 T6.4 Suspension Specification 13 T6.5 Race Ride Heights 13 T7 STEERING 13 T7.1 Steering Wheel 13 T7.2 Steering Wheel Adapter 13 T8 WHEELS 13 T9 BRAKES 13 T9.1 Brake Discs 13 T9.2 Brake Pads 13 T10 ELECTRICAL 14 T10.1 Battery 14 T10.2 Dash Display 14 T10.3 Data Logging 14 T11 COACHWORK (EXTERIOR) 14 T11.1 Coachwork (Exterior) 14 T11.2 Towing Eyes 14 T12 INTERIOR 14 T12.1 Safety Harness 14 T12.2 Foot Rest 14 T13 SAFETY CAGE STRUCTURE 14 SCHEDULE T1 – CONTROL PARTS 15

2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series Sporting and Technical Regulations

Page 4 of 15 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series - Sporting and Technical Regulations – Version 1 ©Copyright Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd 2013 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series Sporting Regulations S1 TITLE and JURISDICTION S1.1 Title This Series shall only be known as and referred to as the “Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series”. S1.2 Authority/Jurisdiction (a) Each event in the 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series (Series) shall be conducted under the provisions of the International Sporting Code of the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA); the National Competition Rules (NCR) and Race Meeting Standing Regulations (RMSR) of the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd (CAMS); the Sporting and Technical Regulations issued for this Series by CAMS; Supplementary and Further Regulations issued by the Organiser at each round; Bulletins issued by the Stewards of the Meeting and any Driver Briefing Notes issued by the Clerk of the Course at a meeting.

(b) This Series has been sanctioned by CAMS as a National Series. (c) Australian Motor Racing Pty Ltd has been appointed as the Category Manager (CM) by CAMS for this Series. Contact Details: Liam Curkpatrick 6 Williams Avenue Glenelg East SA 5045 Tel: 0438 033 246 E-mail: Liam@swiftracing.com.au S2 ADMINISTRATION S2.1 Personnel The following personnel have been appointed to the Series by CAMS and/or the CM and have the authority to administer the various aspects of these regulations as detailed in the RMSR. (a) Category Administrator (CA) Liam Curkpatrick (b) Technical Advisor (TA) Greg Cox S3 COMPETITOR ELIGIBILITY To be eligible to compete in the Series, each Competitor must hold a current CAMS Competitor’s Licence.

S4 AUTOMOBILE ELIGIBILITY Each automobile must comply with the provisions of 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series Technical Regulations and be registered via its VIN number with the CM to be eligible to compete in the Series. S4.1 Replacement Automobiles Following the commencement of the first practice session at each round of the Series, any automobile that has been entered to compete at that round may not be replaced with another automobile without the express permission of the CM and the Stewards of the Meeting, and can only be replaced with a vehicle currently registered with the CM.

S5 DRIVER ELIGIBILITY To be eligible to compete in the Series, a Driver must hold a current CAMS Provisional Circuit Licence (PC) or higher and be registered for the Series with the CM. To be eligible to compete in any round of the Series conducted at Mount Panorama, Bathurst, a driver must hold a current CAMS National Circuit Licence (NC) or higher.

Page 5 of 15 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series - Sporting and Technical Regulations – Version 1 ©Copyright Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd 2013 S5.1 Substitute Drivers Prior to the commencement of the first qualifying session at each round of the Series, a Competitor may nominate a substitute driver who may be permitted to compete in the remainder of the meeting subject to the approval of the Stewards of the Meeting and the CM.

S6 SERIES ROUNDS/REGISTRATION The Series shall be conducted over seven (7) rounds as detailed in the Series Calendar below. Each race conducted as part of the Series shall count in determining final results. S7 SERIES CALENDAR The Series shall be conducted over the following rounds: Round Date Circuit Round Format 1 19 - 21 April Mallala 1 2 24 - 26 May Phillip Island 2 3 21 - 23 June Winton 1 4 12 - 14 July Sydney Motorsport Park 2 5 2 - 4 August Queensland Raceway 1 6 18 - 20 October Wakefield Park 1 7 15 - 17 November Sandown Raceway 2 S8 ROUND FORMAT The number, length and format of track sessions shall ultimately be negotiated between the CM and the event organiser prior to a round of the Series and shall be advised in the relevant Supplementary / Further Supplementary Regulations issued for a meeting.

S8.1 Round Format 1 - Sprint Generally, the format for each round of the Series shall be as follows: (a) Practice: Two (2) x 20 minute practice sessions. (b) Qualifying: One (1) x 20 minute qualifying session. (c) Races: Three (3) x 20 minute races expressed as a number of laps. S8.2 Round Format 2 - Combined (a) Practice: Two (2) x 20 minute practice sessions. (b) Qualifying: One (1) x 20 minute qualifying session. (c) Races: One (1) x 15 minute race expressed as a number of laps. One (1) x 1 hour race being the first hour as a ‘track share’ with the scheduled Australian Manufacturers Championship (AMC) race.

S8.3 Variations to Timetable The timetable may be varied at any time due to exceptional circumstances only with the prior express approval of the Stewards of the Meeting. S9 GRID DETERMINATION S9.1 Round Format 1 - Sprint The grid for each race shall be determined as follows: Race 1 - The grid for race 1 shall be determined as detailed in RMSR – Progressive Grid. Race 2 - The grid for race 2 shall be determined as detailed in the RMSR – Progressive Grid except that the top 50% of finishing positions (rounded down) from race 1 shall be reversed.

Race 3 - The grid for race 3 shall be determined by the aggregate points scored for each driver from race 1 and 2.

Should more than one driver be on the same number of points such drivers shall be placed in order of the highest finishing positions in race 2.

Page 6 of 15 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series - Sporting and Technical Regulations – Version 1 ©Copyright Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd 2013 S9.2 Rounds Format 2 – Combined The grid for each race shall be determined as follows: Race 1 - The grid for race 1 shall be determined as detailed in RMSR – Progressive Grid. Race 2 – The grid for race 2 shall be determined as detailed in RMSR – Progressive Grid except that the grid will be at the rear of the AMC grid.

S10 START PROCEDURE The start procedure for each race shall be as detailed in the RMSR – Non-Championship Start – Standing Start.

For race 2 in Race Format 2 – Combined, the Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series race shall commence 10 seconds after the AMC race. S11 AWARDS and POINTSCORE S11.1 Prizes and Trophies Prizes, trophies and awards shall be as determined by the CM and shall be advised to each Competitor. S11.2 Series Pointscore (a) Points shall be awarded to drivers for each race in the Series as follows: Finishing Position Points Per Race Round Format 1 (Each Race) Round Format 2 (Race 1) (Race 2) 1 39 39 78 2 35 35 70 3 31 31 62 4 29 29 58 5 28 28 56 6 27 27 54 7 25 25 50 8 24 24 48 9 23 23 46 10 22 22 44 11 21 21 42 12 20 20 40 13 19 19 38 14 18 18 36 15 17 17 34 16+ 10 10 20 (b)Points shall only be awarded to the drivers classified as finishers in the final results of each race.

(c) Any race which is stopped, and not restarted, and during which less than 50% of the race distance has been completed by the leader shall be deemed a non race in respect of Series points and no points shall be awarded.

(d) Any race which is stopped, and not restarted, during which 50% – 75% of the race distance has been completed by the leader shall be deemed to have been completed in respect of Series points but only 50% Series points shall be awarded. (e) Any race which is stopped during which 75% or more of the race distance has been completed by the leader shall be deemed to have finished and full Series points shall be awarded. (f) In addition to the above, two (2) points shall be awarded to the driver in position one as published on the official grid sheet for each race.

(g) The results for each round of the Series shall be determined by the number of points scored by each driver at that round.

Page 7 of 15 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series - Sporting and Technical Regulations – Version 1 ©Copyright Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd 2013 (h) In the event of a tie at the end of any round of the Series, the final positions for that round shall be determined by comparing the results of each of the tied drivers in the final race for that round. The higher place in the round results shall be awarded to the driver with the higher finishing position in the final race. (i) The driver gaining the highest points total over the seven (7) rounds of the Series shall be declared the Winner of the Series.

(j) In the event of a tie at the end of the Series, final positions shall be determined by comparing the race results achieved by each tied driver, with the driver, with the highest number of first places being awarded the higher Series position. If at this stage a tie still exists, it shall be resolved by comparing the number of second, third or fourth places (and so on) achieved by each tied driver until all positions have been determined. S12 EVENT OPERATIONS S12.1 Series Registration and Entry The Series shall operate under the CAMS Series Registration and Entry process. Series Registration and Entry Forms shall be available from the CM with document checking being conducted by the CM prior to the first official track session at each round of the Series.

S12.2 Driver Briefings Each Driver must attend the compulsory Drivers briefing. The time and location of this briefing shall be detailed in the Supplementary or Further Regulations for the meeting. The attendance sheet must be signed by the Driver to confirm attendance. Other compulsory briefings may be convened as required and shall be advised to each Competitor accordingly. S12.3 Impound/Parc Ferme (a) Each automobile, including those remaining in pit lane, must proceed directly to the designated impound/Parc Ferme area via the most direct route (or as directed by Race Officials) at the conclusion of qualifying, without returning to pit or paddock areas and without interference from any third party (other than an Official of the Meeting).

(b) Each automobile completing each race must proceed directly to the designated impound/Parc Ferme area (or as directed by Race Officials) at the conclusion of the race, without returning to pit or paddock areas and without interference from any third party (other than an Official of the Meeting). (c) Automobiles may not be removed from the impound/Parc Ferme without the express permission of the Chief Scrutineer. S12.4 Qualifying During qualifying, automobiles may not return to the paddock/garage area without the express permission of the Chief Scrutineer. If an automobile exits pit lane to the paddock/garage area during qualifying it shall not be permitted to re-join that session.

S12.5 Pit Lane Each Pit Crew member is required to sign a Pit Lane Indemnity Form prior to the first track session and to display identification as and if required by the meeting organiser. S12.6 Removal of Automobiles from the Circuit Following the commencement of the first qualifying session, it is not permitted to remove any automobile from the circuit (prior to the release of all automobiles from impound/Parc Ferme established following the final race of that round of the Series) without the prior express written approval of the Chief Scrutineer.

S12.7 Practice Starts Practice starts are only permitted at the pit lane exit.

S13 TYRES S13.1 Tyre Regulations (a) Each automobile must only be fitted with Category approved control tyres at all times during each round of the Series as follows: Achilles 123s tyre 205 x 40 x ZR17

Page 8 of 15 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series - Sporting and Technical Regulations – Version 1 ©Copyright Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd 2013 (b) Prior to the commencement of any race, practice or qualifying session the tread depth of any tyre (including any spares available in pit lane) must be greater than 2mm. The tread depth shall be measured at any point within 50mm either side of the centreline of the tyre. (c) Each competitor must purchase all control tyres for the Series from the CM. (d) A maximum of six (6) control tyres, must be marked for each automobile by the Chief Scrutineer or his nominee at each round of the Series and these marked tyres are the only tyres permitted to be used on that automobile during any qualifying session or race at that round.

(e) Within one (1) hour from the completion of the final practice session at each round of the Series, each competitor must present all tyres for marking at the front of their respective garage/paddock bay (f) Competitors are responsible for ensuring that each tyre is marked or re-marked as appropriate. If the tyres are not marked for any reason or the markings become illegible, the Competitor must notify the Chief Scrutineer or his nominee immediately.

(g) Competitors are permitted to replace a marked tyre if the Chief Scrutineer is satisfied that due to exceptional circumstances the tyre in question can no longer be used. (h) Tyres must only be inflated with air. (i) With the exception of wear resulting from normal usage, all tyres must remain unmodified. Buffing, scuffing, chemical treatment and any other form of tread removal or tampering is not permitted. Please note: The Chief Scrutineer shall be sole arbiter with regard to the interpretation and application of these tyre regulations and any decision made by the Chief Scrutineer in this regard shall not be the subject of any protest or appeal.

S14 FUEL For the duration of a meeting, Competitors must only use fuel that complies with the definition of Pump Fuel as defined in Schedule G of the CAMS Manual of Motor Sport. Please note: With the exception of ambient atmospheric air and the specified fuel, no other substance may be added to the intake charge of the engine. S15 AUTOMOBILE MARKINGS S15.1 Automobile Markings and Series Identification In addition to the requirements detailed below, each automobile must comply with Schedule K of the CAMS Manual of Motor Sport.

S15.2 Sponsor Signage Automobiles may be required to carry such sponsor signage as requested by and in the position as determined by the CM.

Refer Appendix A for areas reserved for Sponsor signage. S15.3 Competition Numbers The CM shall maintain a register of all competition numbers, and these are the only competition numbers that are permitted to be used in the series. S15.4 CAMS Logo To be positioned as agreed with CAMS and directed by the CM. S16 IN-CAR CAMERAS In car cameras are permitted, subject to their installation being approved by the Chief Scrutineer. S17 SUCCESS BALLAST No success ballast shall be applied, however the CM, subject to the approval of CAMS, reserves the right to introduce success ballast during the course of the season, by way of an amendment to these Sporting Regulations.

S18 HEAD RESTRAINTS In addition to the requirements of Schedule D of the CAMS Manual of Motor Sport, it is strongly recommended that each driver wear a frontal head restraint which is approved to the FIA 8858–2002 or

Page 9 of 15 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series - Sporting and Technical Regulations – Version 1 ©Copyright Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd 2013 FIA 8858-2010 Standard at all times whilst driving an automobile on the race circuit during any practice session, qualifying session or race. S19 JUDICIAL Any alleged breach of the rules identified by the officials of the meeting will normally be dealt with by the Infringement Notice process as described in Appendix 1 of the RMSR.

Any alleged breach of the rules identified by a Competitor/Driver shall require a “Request for Investigation” form to be submitted to the Category Manager within 30 minutes of the end of the relevant session for consideration and forwarding to the officials of the meeting as appropriate.

Page 10 of 15 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series - Sporting and Technical Regulations – Version 1 ©Copyright Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd 2013 APPENDIX A Reserved Signage

Page 11 of 15 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series - Sporting and Technical Regulations – Version 1 ©Copyright Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd 2013 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series Technical Regulations T1 PREAMBLE In addition to these Technical Regulations each automobile must conform to the General Requirements for Cars and Drivers in the CAMS Manual of Motor Sport.

The requirements of these Technical Regulations apply to each automobile competing in the Series. The Series is for Suzuki Swift vehicles, which comply with and have been modified only to the extent specifically permitted under these regulations. Competing automobiles shall otherwise remain standard. Any modification which is not explicitly authorised by these regulations is strictly prohibited. T1.1 Parts/Components (a) Only original spare parts and Controlled Parts, as specified in Schedule T1 of these Regulations, may be used except where a specific freedom is provided.

(b) Where a Controlled Part is specified it may only be purchased from the supplier nominated in Schedule T1. (c) The use of non-genuine parts/components (even if of the same configuration) is prohibited. (d) Any machining or modification of parts/components, whether mechanical, chemical or via heat treatment, is prohibited. (e) The TA may consider the eligibility of a part removed from an automobile by comparing the part in question with an identically similar part purchased from either an authorised dealer or the CM. T1.2 Maintenance, Repairs and Adjustments (a) At all times it is the Competitor’s responsibility to prepare the automobile and maintain the automobile in ‘as new’ condition.

(b) All maintenance work, repairs and adjustments must be undertaken in accordance with the present regulations. T1.3 Component Sealing (a) The following parts are fitted with official seals by the category TA. Description Seal Location Engine Front tappet cover bolt Gearbox Main casing lower bolts x2 (b) Any tampering and/or unauthorised removal of the seals shall result in the Competitor being excluded from the event concerned. T1.4 Technical Inspection (a) It is the Competitor’s responsibility to make their automobile available for inspection at the request of the TA or his nominee. Any costs incurred as a result of the inspection process shall be the responsibility of the Competitor.

(b) The right to impound any automobile for the purposes of inspecting the automobile is reserved. This may be at a location of the CM’s choice and the automobile shall be returned to the Competitor within seven (7) working days. T2 ELIGIBILITY Only Suzuki Swift Sport RS416 automobiles that comply with these Technical Regulations are eligible to compete in the Series.

Page 12 of 15 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series - Sporting and Technical Regulations – Version 1 ©Copyright Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd 2013 T3 WEIGHT T3.1 Racing Weight (a) Racing Weight shall be as defined in the General Requirements for Cars and Drivers, Definitions – Technical.

(b) At all times each automobile is required to comply with a minimum Racing Weight of 1125 kg. (c) In order to achieve the minimum Racing Weight, it is permitted to fit ballast to the automobile in compliance with Definitions Technical as found in the CAMS Manual of Motor Sport as defined by the CM and approved by the Chief Scrutineer.

(d) All ballast must be solidly fixed in accordance with the General Requirements for Cars and Drivers, Definitions - Technical. (e) Unless otherwise advised in writing by the TA, the Series scales, as supplied by the CM, shall be used to weigh automobiles at each round of the Series. (f) Should an automobile accidently lose a part/component of the automobile during any session, the Stewards of the Meeting in consultation with the scrutineers, may take the weight of the part/component in question into consideration when establishing the Racing Weight of the automobile.

T4 ENGINE (a) Only an engine approved by the CM is permitted to be used.

No modification is permitted to the engine nor is any additional tuning operation permitted. T4.1 Electronic Control Unit (ECU) (a) Each Competitor shall use the standard engine management system supplied with the automobile. No reprogramming is permitted. (b) The TA can remove/replace or exchange an ECU during the series event. (c) The CM can elect to change the ECU in any entered automobile at any time during the series with a category controlled part.

T4.2 Cooling System (a) The cooling system is to remain standard. (b) No additional thermostat is permitted to be fitted to the automobile. (c) For the purpose of protecting the radiator against stone impact, etc., it is permitted to fit a protective net behind the standard radiator grille. (d) The use of chemical substances (i.e. dry ice) for the purposes of cooling lubricants, intake, engine parts/components and/or internal or external cooling systems, is strictly prohibited. T4.3 Intake System (a) The cold air induction system (Control Part) is to remain unmodified and correctly fitted at all times.

(b) The air cleaner (Control Part) may only be replaced with an item provided by the CM. T5 TRANSMISSION T5.1 Gearbox (a) Only the standard unmodified gearbox is permitted to be used. (b) The differential shall be a Monster Sport Limited Slip Differential (Control Part). T5.2 Clutch Only the standard unmodified factory fitted clutch is permitted to be used. T6 SUSPENSION T6.1 Springs Only the following springs are permitted to be used: Front - Manufacturer: King Springs (Control Part) Rear - Manufacturer: King Springs (Control Part)

Page 13 of 15 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series - Sporting and Technical Regulations – Version 1 ©Copyright Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd 2013 T6.2 Shock Absorbers Only the following shock absorbers are permitted to be used: Front - MCA adjustable competition shocks (Control Part) Rear - MCA adjustable competition shocks (Control Part) T6.3 Stabiliser Only the Standard stabilisers are permitted to be used. T6.4 Suspension Specification (a) The maximum permitted camber angle of the automobile is as follows: Front axle: up to - 5° Rear axle: up to - 3° Please Note: All camber angles shall be measured with the Driver out of the automobile in a location specified by the TA.

(b) The maximum permitted wheel base of the automobile is 2400mm +/- 5.0mm. (c) The maximum permitted track width of the automobile is as follows: Front axle: 1470mm +/- 3mm Rear axle: 1480mm +/- 3mm T6.5 Race Ride Heights (a) Race ride heights shall be deemed as the distance between the ground and the prescribed measuring point with the automobile at race weight (i.e. with the driver and any ballast). At no time may an automobile at race weight be below the minimum Race Ride Height. (b) The prescribed measuring points shall be the two (2) subframe mounting bolts rearward of the front wheels on the left and right hand side of the automobile respectively.

These bolts may not be modified, ground down or replaced in any way. If the bolt(s) are damaged in any way whilst racing, the bolt must be replaced with a CM supplied bolt BEFORE minimum ride heights are measured. (c) The prescribed minimum Race Ride Height shall be 105mm.

T7 STEERING T7.1 Steering Wheel The factory steering wheel with airbag is to be removed. Only the OMP steering wheel (Control Part) is permitted to be used T7.2 Steering Wheel Adapter Only the OMP steering wheel adapter (Control Part) is permitted to be used T8 WHEELS Only the Advanti Alloy Wheels (Control Part) are permitted to be used. Wheels cannot be painted or powder coated and must remain unaltered. T9 BRAKES T9.1 Brake Discs (a) Brake Rotors Only the standard, unmodified brake rotors are to be used both front and rear. (b) Brake Calipers Only the standard brake calipers are to be used both front and rear.

T9.2 Brake Pads Only the control brake pads (Control Part) are permitted to be used

Page 14 of 15 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series - Sporting and Technical Regulations – Version 1 ©Copyright Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd 2013 T10 ELECTRICAL T10.1 Battery The battery is free provided the technical specifications of the battery are the same as the standard original battery. The location shall remain unchanged. T10.2 Dash Display No additional dash display is permitted to be fitted to the automobile. T10.3 Data Logging No data logging equipment is permitted. T11 COACHWORK (EXTERIOR) T11.1 Coachwork (Exterior) No alteration to the coachwork is permitted.

Only genuine Suzuki Motor Company manufactured body panels shall be permitted.

T11.2 Towing Eyes Each towing eye must be clearly visible and coloured yellow, red or orange. An appropriate decal identifying the location of the towing eye must be clearly visible. T12 INTERIOR T12.1 Safety Harness (a) Only Type A safety harness complying with Schedule I of the CAMS Manual of Motor Sport are permitted to be used. (b) It is permitted to add belt padding to the safety harness. (c) The safety harness must be fitted to the automobile in accordance with Schedule I of the CAMS Manual of Motor Sport.

T12.2 Foot Rest (a) With the approval of the TA, it is permitted to relocate the foot rest within the driver’s side foot well.

(b) It is permitted to add anti-skid foil to the foot rest. T13 SAFETY CAGE STRUCTURE The Safety Cage Structure fitted to the automobile must comply with Schedule J of the CAMS Manual of Motor Sport and not be modified in any way.

Page 15 of 15 2013 Australian Suzuki Swift Racing Series - Sporting and Technical Regulations – Version 1 ©Copyright Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd 2013 SCHEDULE T1 - CONTROL PARTS Vehicle: Suzuki Swift Sport RS416 – Original Parts per Suzuki Catalogue Parts Part Number Supplier Limited Slip Differential (LSD) TDX200E Monster Sport Shock absorbers - Front SUZF1 MCA Suspension Shock absorbers - Rear SUZF2 MCA Suspension Springs Front KPS114 X5K 550lb King Springs -Rear KPS005 X5K King Exhaust RPSUZ1 or RPSUZ2 Right Price Induction system CA1026 SS Inductions Air filter PAF010 SS Inductions Brake Pads – Front 7740.01.16.44 Performance Friction Brake Pads – Rear 0537.97.14.44 Performance Friction Wheels M1553 ECO 1770 5-114.3 E45 Or Globe SJ03 17x7 YHI Aust Tyre Achilles 123S 205/40/ ZR17 84W YHI Aust Steering Wheel As advised by CM OMP Steering Wheel Adaptor As advised by CM OMP

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