Scrutineering / Sealing of parts for Manufacturers entered cars Engine fitted on cars (plates + aluminium seals + plastic seal) Engine fitted on cars (plates + aluminium seals + plastic seal) 1 scrutineer + 1 spare engine for a 2 cars team Turbocharger fitted on cars (plates + aluminium seal) Turbocharger fitted on cars (plates + aluminium seal)1 scrutineer + 2 Spare turbochargers for a 2 cars team Transmission fitted on each car(plates + aluminium seal) Transmission fitted on each car (plates + aluminium seal)1 scrutineer 1 set of spare transmission per car (plates + aluminun seal) 1 set of spare transmission per car (plates + aluminun seal)1 scrutineer Front subframe FIA Sticker Front subframe fitted on cars (FIA Sticker)1 scrutineer Rear subframe FIA Sticker Rear subframe fitted on cars (FIA Sticker) Steering rack FIA Sticker Steering rack fitted on cars (FIA Sticker) 2 spare Front subframes / rear subframes / steering racks per team Shock absorbers:FIA Sticker + Aluminium seal) Shock absorbers: 5 sets of shock absorbers (FIA Sticker + Aluminium seal)1 scrutineer (Only CITROEN WRT / FORD WRT / MINI WRC TEAM) safety equipments Checking of safety equipments1 scrutineer (Helmets, Head restraint device…) 1 coordinator
Manufacturers Sealing list: Some parts must be sealed (Yellow) Other parts may have been sealed on a previous rally
Necessary document for Manufacturers sealing
Sealing of Engines Manufacturerscars Cylinder head cover must be sealed Oil sump must be sealed
Pre-event Scrutineering All competitors except Manufacturers 1/Check if cars are ready for scrutineering -Check sump guards, protections are dismounted -Check turbocompressor is ready to seal -Check engine block is ready to seal -Check transmission is ready to seal (if required) turn back if required (no wire for sealing, no hole for sealing etc...) - turn back if required (no wire for sealing, no hole for sealing etc...)
2/ Required documents for pre-event scrutineering + fuel tank certificate (if not standard …) + Catalytic converter homologation certificate (if not standard …) FIA Homologation form of the car + Rollcage homologation certificate (if ASN homologated)
3/Weight Checking + Chassis number + Tyre Supplier nomination
Tyre supplier nomination FOR:FOR: -P1 Drivers -P2 Drivers -P3 Drivers of 4WD cars -Non Priority drivers with WRC, S2000-Rallye and R4 cars For 2012, could be only:For 2012, could be only: 1)MICHELIN 2)DMACK
4/Sealing of the cars Engine sealing: All competitors Turbocompressor: All cars fitted with Turbocompressor: 1 turbo fitted on car + 1 Spare Transmission: All FIA Priority Drivers : 1 set fitted on car + 1 spare set (Non priority drivers = organisers decison) Transmission: All WRC Academy cars: 1 set fitted on car + 1 spare set (may be sealed during the rally)
Sealing of Turbocompressor Check dimensions of the restrictor Check that restrictor is not moving Check that wire is fitted as per Appendix J
Sealing of transmission parts At least 2 bolts should be sealed together WRONG !
WRONG TRANSMISSION SEALING
Sealing of Engine Block P2 / SWRC /PCWRC / Non Priority / WRC Academy Engine Block seal must be visible when bonnet is openedEngine Block seal must be visible when bonnet is opened
5/Safety Checking Roll cage padding –Areas close the driver must be covered –Must be mounted well ! –Where the occupants' crash helmets could come into contact with the safety cage, the padding must comply with FIA standard , type A (see technical list n°23 "Roll Cage Padding Homologated by the FIA"). Windows film –Silvered or tinted films (if allowed by supplementary regulations / openings on the film are mandatory) –Otherwise transparent and colourless anti-shatter films on the side windows and the glass sunroof is mandatory (If not laminated glass) Seats –All the occupants' seats must be homologated by the FIA (8855/1999 or 8862/2009 standards), and not modified. –Validity 5 years from manufacturing: 8855/1999 –Validity 10 years from manufacturing: 8862/2009
Extinguishers System mounted / mandatory –All cars must be equipped with an extinguishing system from technical list n°16 : "Extinguisher systems homologated by the FIA". –Bottle mounted well (25 g…) –E-sign outside –2012 regulation: –2012 regulation: It must be secured by a minimum of 2 screw-locked metallic straps and the securing system must be able to withstand a deceleration of 25 g. Hand held extinguisher (1 or 2) –Metallic mounting (2 straps minimum) –Approved qty's and stuff, see Art 253 item –Sticker: Bottle volume, type, weight and next inspection date (filling date is acceptable as an inspection date). –Inspection period for bottle is max. 2 years
Rollcage Checking Welding : These must be carried out along the whole perimeter of the tube.
ROLLCAGE AND CERTIFICATE MUST BE IDENTICAL ONLY ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE ACCEPTED Rollcage Certificate Checking (ASN or FIA homologation) Non Homologated modification ROLLCAGE IS NOT ACCEPTABLE
Appendix J / Bolted Rollcage
Seat Mounting Welding : These must be carried out along the whole perimeter of the tube.
Checking of seat mounting: Must be: 1- Standard production part 2- VO homologated parts (see FIA homologation form from the car) 3- Built as per article 253 from Appendix J WRONG
SAFETY BELTS Only FIA homologated harnesses accepted Validity stated in label (each part) Not valid after … -is a last year to use Std and Inspect for stretching and damages, no structural modifications! WRONG ! Damaged seat belt
SOS/OK SIGNS 39.2 SOS/OK SIGNS Each competing car shall carry a red SOS sign and on the reverse a green OK sign measuring at least 42 cm x 29.7 cm (A3)
Tools and Spare parts ARTICLE 252 from Appendix J ARTICLE 252 from Appendix J: Only the following accessories may be installed in the cockpit: spare wheels, tools, spare parts, safety equipment, communication equipment, ballast (if permitted), windscreen washer water container (Touring Cars (Group A) and Grand Touring Cars (Group B) only). All spare parts and tools must be fixed either behind the drivers and/or co-drivers seats or underneath the drivers and/or co-drivers seats.All spare parts and tools must be fixed either behind the drivers and/or co-drivers seats or underneath the drivers and/or co-drivers seats.
Fuel connection and fuel pumps Article 253 from Appendix J: Lines containing fuel or hydraulic fluid may pass through the cockpit, but without any connectors inside except on the front and rear bulkheads according to Drawings and , and on the braking circuit and the clutch fluid circuit.
MUDFLAPS 7.7Mud flaps (in Rallies only) … In any case, transverse mud flaps are accepted under the following conditions: - They must be made of a flexible plastic material at least 4mm thick (minimum density = 0.85g/cm3).- They must be made of a flexible plastic material at least 4mm thick (minimum density = 0.85g/cm3). - They must be fitted to the bodywork.- They must be fitted to the bodywork. …. - The bottom of these mud flaps must be no more than 10 cm from the ground when the car is stopped, with nobody on board.- The bottom of these mud flaps must be no more than 10 cm from the ground when the car is stopped, with nobody on board. - Above and over the entire height of the tyre, the entire width of the tyre must be covered (seen from behind).- Above and over the entire height of the tyre, the entire width of the tyre must be covered (seen from behind).. COMPULSORY FOR GRAVEL RALLYS
REAR VIEW MIRROR SIDE VIEW INDICATOR
Drivers equipment Checking Make a separate area For checking driver and codriver Equipment
1)HEAD RESTRAINT device is compulsory for every crew 2)COMPULSORY HELMETS FOR P1 AND P2 DRIVERS
3) HEAD RESTRAINT device and helmets SHOULD BE MARKED AT PRE-EVENT SCRUTINEERING stickers provided by FIA Competitor competition number must be written on the sticker (stickers to be fixed so that it will be possible to see the sticker from outside the car)
Checking of safety equipment before start or after end of SS Before start of the shakedownBefore start of the shakedown During the rallyDuring the rally
Checking of advertising Door numbers must be directed correctly (number to front) Driver and Codriver FlagDriver and Codriver name + Flag appear on both windows (right and left) WRONG
Shakedown / Tyre marking ONLY Check bare-codes from tyres fitted on the car for: P1 / P2 / P3 Non priority: S2000-Rally & R4 WRC Academy Make sure you will have a tent available in case of rain (for tyre marking at the start of the shakedown…)!!!
Rally Tyre marking zone Make sure you will have a tent in case of rain (for tyre marking and tyre checking …)!!!
Tyre marking procedure 1) Check bare code numbers for all P1/P2/P3 / NP 4WD cars 2) Mark all competitors wheels with stickers + pencil
TYRE MARKING STICKER
Codriver Codriver must sign tyre marking form
Checking tyres after end of SS
-Hand-Cutting is forbidden D-MACK MICHELIN
Team Observer (From shakedown until the end of the rally) For manufacturers and SWRC /PCWRC, armbands are complulsory
WRC Team observer Record Sheet Team observer must be present every time during service activities Note: Includes Shakedown and Super-rally servicing!
Weight Checking Technical zone / Before remote refuel Before remote service / After end of SS The number of spare wheels fitted in the car should be recorded If 2 spare wheels are fitted in the car and if the car is as close as 35 Kg to its minimum weight, the second spare wheel should be removed (see Appendix J – Articles 255A, 254A, 254 and 260) If underweight discovered, repeat measuring 3 times and record results, take signature to the non-conformity list
Make sure you will have a tent in case of rain (for all weight checking …)!!!
Car not running on 4 Wheels and Tyres
Super Rally Check if rollcage is damaged before the team starts to repair the car !!!
Post Event Scrutineering WRC Academy = Saturday evening Other cars = Sunday
Items to be checked List of items to be checked will be provided before post – event scrutineering