RULES

1 – Competition Regulations

1.1: Licenses

All events in the ATSX Calendar must be held under the applicable ATSX Rules.

All events in the Red Bull Crashed Ice Calendar must be held under the applicable Red Bull Crashed Ice Rules.

A competitor must have a valid ATSX license to take part in any Red Bull Crashed Ice race or competition.

A valid passport shall determinate the country of origin of a competitor.

A Technical Delegate of the ATSX must supervise all competitions listed in the ATSX
Calendar.

1.2: Country Quotas – Limitation of participation

Quotas for men competitions

A competitor must have a valid ATSX license to take part in any Red Bull Crashed Ice race or competition in accordance with current quotas.

Personal Spots: Top 64 from the current ATSX World Ranking
The Top 64 in the current ATSX World Ranking have a personal spot on the start list for the next Red Bull Crashed Ice race or competition. A restriction of a maximum of 7 competitors per country ranked in the current ATSX World Ranking is applicable.

In countries with more than 7 competitors in the Top 64 of the ATSX World Ranking, the 7 best ranked athletes in the Top 64 of the ATSX World Ranking shall get the secured spots.

Basic Country Quota for all countries: 2
National ICDH Associations affiliated with the ATSX – or clubs affiliated with the ATSX – may invite 2 competitors from their country. If there is no National ICDH Association or club in place in a country, the ATSX Sport Director can invite 2 competitors per country based on their ATSX World Ranking and their recent sportive performance.

Host Country Quota: 7
The host country of a Red Bull Crashed Ice race or competition will have 7 spots for National riders at their event. The host country organization together with the National ICDH Association or club affiliated with the ATSX will get the best available riders based on their ATSX World Ranking. A close alignment with the ATSX sport director is mandatory. The hosting country quota can only nominate athletes with a valid passport of the hosting country. The Host Country Quota athletes must take part in all activities of the competition (Section 2.1).

Personal spot from Riders Cup: 3
The top 3 competitors of each Riders Cup race, not already qualified for the next Red Bull Crashed Ice, will receive a starting spot at the next Red Bull Crashed Ice race. The spot is
not transferable to another Red Bull Crashed Ice race.
After all results of a race have been uploaded and confirmed in the ATSX data base, the Sport Director will contact directly each 3 riders that earn there spot for the upcoming Red
Bull Crashed Ice race.

Top 15 Riders Cup Championship
Top15 from the Riders Cup Championship, which doesn’t already have a “Personal Spot”
(see description above), gets an invitation for the 2 first Red Bull Crashed Ice races of the
season.

Quotas for women competition

A competitor must have a valid ATSX license to take part in any Red Bull Crashed Ice race or competition in accordance with current quotas. A minimum of 8 women will need to start at a Red Bull Crashed Ice event to make the race
or competition official.

Personal Spots: Top 16 from the current ATSX World Ranking
The Top 16 in the current ATSX World Ranking have a personal spot on the start list for the next Red Bull Crashed Ice race or competition. A restriction of a maximum of 4 competitors per country ranked in the current ATSX World Ranking is applicable. In countries with more than 4 competitors in the Top 16 of the ATSX World Ranking, the 4 best ranked athletes in the Top 16 of the ATSX World Ranking shall get the secured spots.

Basic Country Quota: 1
National ICDH Associations affiliated with the ATSX – or clubs affiliated with the ATSX – may invite 1 competitor from their country. If there is no National ICDH Association or club
in place in a country, the ATSX Sport Director can invite 1 competitor per country based on their ATSX World Ranking and their recent sportive performance.

Host Country Quota: 8
The host country of a Red Bull Crashed Ice race or competition will have 8 spots. The host country organization together with the National ICDH Association or club affiliated with the
ATSX will get the best riders available based on their ATSX World Ranking. A close alignment with the sport director is mandatory. The hosting country quotas can only nominate athletes with a valid passport of the hosting country. The Host Country Quota athletes must take part in all activities of the competition (Section 2.1).

Quotas for Jr competition

Personal Spots: Top 30 from the current ATSX Jr World Ranking. After the first race of the season, the Top 30 in the current ATSX Jr World Ranking have a personal spot on the start list for the next Jr Red Bull Crashed Ice race or competition.

Host Country Quota: 8
The host country of a Red Bull Crashed Ice race or competition will have 8 spots. The host country organization together with the National ICDH Association or club affiliated with the
ATSX will get the best riders available based on their ATSX World Ranking. A close alignment with the sport director is mandatory. The hosting country quotas can only nominate athletes with a valid passport of the hosting country. The Host Country Quota athletes must take part in all activities of the competition (Section 2.1).

Registration

All athletes who want to take part in a Red Bull Crashed Ice event must register for every race or competition at www.ATSX.org. Registration will close 10 days at 18.00 UTC priors each Red Bull Crashed Ice shootout event.
Entries made after the posted deadline will not be considered.

Classifications and Types of Competition

The ATSX World Ranking
The ATSX World Ranking is compiling all results from Red Bull Crashed Ice, Riders Cup and ATSX affiliate National Championship events from the last 52 weeks up to the official
release.

Injury rule
When a rider is confirm on the injury list, his/her World Ranking points gets automatically frozen for the period of recovery until a maximum of 104 weeks (2 full years).
The rider can comeback to competition with the World Ranking points from when he/she got officially injured (the points will be adapted relatively if there is any changes in the
points chart during the frozen points period). The rider will keep his/her World Ranking points before the first comeback race. The rider will have 3 World Ranking updates (World
Ranking is updated after every RBCI race) before getting back the normal World Ranking points system.

An updated ATSX World Ranking will be posted at www.ATSX.org by 18.00 UTC on the Tuesday following each Red Bull Crashed Ice race or competition.

Ice Cross Downhill Men World Championship

The Ice Cross Downhill Men World Championship will consist of 4 Red Bull Crashed Ice races and 5 (or more) Riders Cup races affiliated with the ATSX. The best 3 results from
Red Bull Crashed Ice races and the best 3 results from the Riders Cup races will be compile to crown the World Champion 2016/2017.

Ice Cross Downhill Women World Championship

The Ice Cross Downhill Women World Championship will consist of 4 Red Bull Crashed Ice races. The best 3 results from Red Bull Crashed Ice races will be compile to crown the
World Champion 2016/2017.

Junior World Championship

The Junior World Championship will consist of 4 Red Bull Crashed Ice races affiliated with the ATSX. Junior competitors must be from 16 years old up to 21 years old (exclude)
before the July 1st 2016. The best 2 results from Junior Red Bull Crashed Ice races will be compile to crown the World Champion 2016/2017. The rider with the most points at the end of the season will be crown Jr World Champion.
A Junior competitor can decide to participate in both categories, Junior and regular World Championship, in a same weekend as far as he respect the regulation of Section 1.2:
Limitation of participation. Each competitor must respect the rules of Section 1.3 regarding the disclaimer. The Junior
rider of 16 and 17 years old shall to provide a disclaimer signed by their parents’ or legal representative’s written permission.
Each competitor of 16 and 17 years old will need to get match to a Senior competitor. The Senior will have the responsibility to supervise the Junior in is lodging booking, traveling,
schedule and during the whole trip on and out of the location

Classifications and Types of Competition

1.3: Disclaimer / Competitors / Type of Competition

Each competitor must be 16 years of age (18 years of age in Canada) before the competition (Shootout) starts. In all other host countries, competitors under 18 years of age are only allowed to start with their parents’ or legal representative’s written permission. *This rule may be adapted in accordance with the legislation of the host country.

No competitor is allowed to start without having produced a signed disclaimer. By signing the disclaimer the competitor confirms that he/she:
– inspected the track from the outside;
– takes part at his own risk;
– holds a private and valid accident insurance; and
– accepts the official rules of the competition.
The competitors are obliged to make themselves familiar with the appropriate Red Bull Crashed Ice Rules and must comply with the additional instructions of the ATSX Federation. Competitors must follow all Red Bull Crashed Ice and ATSX rules and regulations.
Competitors, who do not attend the prize-giving ceremonies without decent excuse approved by an ATSX sport delegate, lose their claim to any prize including prize money.
Someone else may represent, in exceptional circumstances, the competitor, but this person has no right to take his place on the podium.
Competitors must behave in a correct and sportsmanlike manner towards members of the Organizing Committee, volunteers, officials and the public.
The Competition Committee and the Sport Director may disallow any competitor from competing, gives other kind of penalties resulting in point loosing or prize money cut at any
time if a competitor shows an unacceptable attitude on or off the track to other competitor, organization member, media member, spectator or anybody closely related or not to the
competition.
Competitor insurance

All competitors participating in Red Bull Crashed Ice events must carry accident insurance, in sufficient amounts to cover accident, transport and rescue costs, including race risks.
Competitors must be able to show proof of the respective insurance coverage at any time on request of Red Bull Crashed Ice, the ATSX, one of their representatives or the Organizing Committee.

 

 

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