— RULES —
BUD RACING TRAINING CAMP
Rules for use in training for the motocross track
BUD RACING TRAINING CAMP is affiliated with the French Motorcycling Federation (FFM).
The motorcycle club track complies with FFM regulations. As such, the insurance guarantees attached to the FFM license, including civil liability insurance and personal accident insurance, are applicable. Additional cover can be taken out by licensees.
For any information, please contact the FFM legal department.
Anyone who enters the track must be aware of these regulations, the conditions admission and undertakes to respect them.
The rules inherent to the practice of motorcycling sport enacted by the FFM must be respected on this site. Motorcycling sport is not exempt from certain risks. In order to limit them, it is essential to adopt an attitude responsible both on and off the track and to respect these rules.
The land is intended for initiation, training and competition in the context of the practice of motocross.
ARTICLE 1: OBJECT
These regulations define the use of the BUD RACING TRAINING CAMP site in the context of training.
SECTION 1: CONDITIONS OF ACCESS TO THE LAND
ARTICLE 2: OPENING OF THE GROUND
Opening hours from JANUARY to JUNE and from SEPTEMBER to DECEMBER:
- Monday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except Thursday (weekly closing).
Opening hours for the months of JULY and AUGUST:
- Monday to Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Exceptionally, the BUD RACING TRAINING CAMP will be able to open until 11:30 p.m.
The land is accessible under the following conditions:
Anyone wishing to access the site must first:
- have presented their training card, or have paid the access fee for the day,
- have obtained the authorization of the legal representative,
- be a FFM licensee or have taken out daily insurance with the motorcycle club.
The motorcycle club office or the training manager may at any time and without notice, close the field in particular for technical, climatic or security reasons.
In the event that no responsible member of the BUD RACING TRAINING CAMP is present, the track will be closed.
ARTICLE 3: ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROL
To access the field, riders must contact the person in charge, and be up to date with their contributions.
Riders may at any time be subject to administrative control by officials.
During this check, the pilots must be courteous towards the person in charge who comes to him claim the papers or who summons him to comply with these regulations.
SECTION 2: SECURITY
ARTICLE 4: FRAMEWORK
The maximum number of vehicles that can circulate is:
- RACE TRACK track (sand): 45 motorcycles or 30 sidecars/quads.
- TRAINING TRACK track (sand) - in training: 45 motorcycles or 30 sidecars/quads.
- TRAINING TRACK track (sand) - in competition: 33 motorcycles or 24 sidecars/quads.
- MX TRACK track (earth): 37 motorcycles or 18 sidecars/quads.
- ENDURO track (sand): 100 motorcycles or 100 sidecars/quads.
- CHILDREN / PITBIKE track: 21 motorcycles or 21 sidecars/quads.
- FLAT TRACK track (ring): 8 motorcycles or 4 quads.
No rider is authorized to ride alone on the tracks.
ARTICLE 5: SAFETY OF RIDERS
Wearing the protective equipment required by the sporting regulations (RTS FFM) in force is
mandatory. The riders, when they circulate outside the limits of the track must:
- ride at a very moderate pace,
- avoid any dangerous manoeuvre,
- respect the ban on riding outside the limits of the motocross track.
We ask riders to carry a fire extinguisher and an environmental mat.
Licensed riders are in no way authorized to ride with unlicensed riders.
ARTICLE 6: SAFETY OF ACCOMPANIERS
The public and accompanying persons are strictly prohibited into the tracks.
ARTICLE 7: MACHINERY
The machines used by the riders must comply with the Technical and Safety Rules (RTS FFM)
relating to the practice of motocross.
ARTICLE 8: LIABILITY OF THE CLUB
The motorcycle club declines all responsibility for thefts suffered by users.
SECTION 9: INSURANCE
BUD RACING TRAINING CAMP has taken out insurance with the GRAS SAVOYE Company.
SECTION 3: ENVIRONMENT
ARTICLE 10: FACILITIES
The facilities and other equipment of the site made available to users must be respected.
As such, any act of degradation or likely to affect the integrity of the facilities of the
site may be subject to legal action.
ARTICLE 11: WASTE TREATMENT
Site users are required to take their waste with them.
DIVISION 4: PENALTY
ARTICLE 12: EXCLUSION
In the event of non-compliance with these provisions and/or any rules issued by the FFM, the offenders may, depending on the seriousness of the facts, be subject to temporary exclusion or final site.
Any behavior considered dangerous by the person in charge may result in the exclusion of the rider.
SECTION 5: EDUCATION PLATFORM
No parent will be tolerated inside the confines of the educational platform. The use of the educational field can only be done under the responsibility of a person with federal jurisdiction.
SECTION 6: MOTORCYCLE LESSONS
Access to the circuit is prohibited during motorcycle lessons.
For the office,
Stéphane DASSE - President