RULE CHANGE FORM

GENERAL INFORMATION:

All NATC Rule Proposals must be submitted with the knowledge of your local NATC Club Representative. This ensures that the Club Rep who attends the NATC meeting may be able to offer input & support for the rule change. The current rule must be written out below, if it’s a completely new rule then indicate where in the rule book it is meant to appear. An example submission is shown below. Only rule changes submitted in the format requested and by the deadline noted will be accepted for review and discussion by the NATC Rules committee for the following competition year. Your confirmation on a rule being accepted and agreed upon is the rule change appearing in the following years revised rules. The Rules Committee will Approve, Deny or Table a proposed rule change. (Table means further discussion is needed). Rule Change Proposals must be submitted by September 15th of the current year prior to the NATC Annual meeting that is usually held in late October. This allows for the NATC Rules committee to review the proposed rule and make contact with the author prior to the NATC meeting.

 

Here is an example:

CURRENT RULE Wording

6. SCORING

B. Failure Definitions

4. The rider does not have both hands on the handlebar when footing while stationary.

 

PROPOSED RULE CHANGE Wording

6. SCORING

B. Failure Definitions

4. Removing a hand from the handlebar (other than to adjust your helmet or wipe your face) when footing while stationary.

 

 

Please follow this example: 05/05/2015
Example: 6. Scoring
Example: A. Fault Definitions
Example: 3. Sliding a foot
Please type (or cut and paste) the entire current rule section that you want to see a change in.
Please type (or cut and paste) the above current rule section with your proposed changes.