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stacey cook
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AJ, has pulled off the RMAX website:

Minimax

Age 9-12
255 lbs. minimum
Mandatory use of junior cylinder and restrictors as specified by ROTAX, or other restrictors that may be required by the 2005 USRMC Rules Primer.
Spec gear optional at Race Director’s discretion.
Chassis per 2005 USRMC Rules Primer.
Wide bumpers covering both rear wheels mandatory by the 2005 USRMC Grand Nationals. Bumpers must cover a minimum of half of the tire, but may not extend past the edge of the tire.
Rigid Plastic or composite Chest Protectors mandatory, shoulder protection recommended.

Junior

Age 13-15
315 lbs. minimum
Official junior class for Grand Finals qualification.
Mandatory use of a junior cylinder without exhaust valve.
No Junior class competitor may attain the actual age of 17-years-old prior to 1 January 2005.

International

Age 16+
365 lbs. minimum
Official class for Grand Finals qualification.

Masters

Age 16+
405 lbs. minimum
Drivers less than 31-years-old must have a minimum driver weight of 190 pounds including all race apparel except helmet.
Optional front brakes allowed, must be actuated by foot brake pedal.

RM1

Age 16+
385 lbs. minimum
Official class for Grand Finals qualification.
Mandatory use of RM-1 chassis and DD2 engine.

2005 Class Age Guidelines

Competitor must reach minimum age prior to December 31, 2005. All competitors under the age of 18 must submit a copy of birth certificate or passport with license application.
A Minimax driver cannot compete until their 8th birthday. To compete at the Grand Nationals, they must reach their 9th Birthday before December 31st, 2005. Minimax drivers can compete until their 13th birthday is reached. DOB: 1/1/93-12/31/96
A Junior driver cannot compete until their 12th birthday. To compete at the Grand Nationals, they must reach their 13th birthday before December 31st, 2005. Junior Drivers can compete until their 17th birthday is reached. DOB: 12/31/89-12/31/92
A Senior driver cannot compete until their 15th birthday. To compete at the Grand Nationals, as a Senior driver, they must reach their 15th birthday before September 22nd, 2005. DOB: 9/22/90 –

Competitors participating in an Official Rmax Challenge Series Event must hold a 2005 Rmax License. It is the responsibility of the Racer and the RMax Challenge Series Administrator to insure all competitors hold a valid 2005 Rotax Max License. License provides constant communication between driver and Rotax directors to insure all drivers understand the rules of Rotax and information. At venues where participation numbers require classes to run together all those entered in the Official Rotax Class(es) must follow all Rotax Series Rules and specifications. Official race report sent to the US Rotax Administrator should only include those who hold a current license in that class, in that series.