It’s time to get started with our 2015 SAJSBA National Season!!

Classes (Depending on amount of riders who enter)                                      

Veterans Open

Ladies Stock

Novice Ski Limited

Pro Ski Open

Ski Lites

Pro-Am Sport Lites

Pro-Am Sport Open

Novice Runabout Stock

Pro Runabout Stock

Pro Runabout Open

Enduro Stock

Enduro Open

 

Class rules for 2015 (as per 2015 Draft IJSBA rulebook, until the official 2015 IJSBA rulebook has been published

Please click on the rulebook link on the right of the home page www.sajsba.co.za

 

Veterans Open

As IJSBA 2015 open rules

Riders for this class must be 35 years old or older to compete in this class.

Ladies Stock

As IJSBA 2015 Stock rules.

Novice Ski Limited

As IJSBA 2015 Limited rules.

Pro Ski Open

As IJSBA 2015 Open rules.

Ski Lites

  1. The ski can have parts to improve handling (Ride plate, scoop grate, sponsons, pole & handlebars.) 
  2. Engine Modifications:
  • After Market head
  • After Market exhaust
  • After Market Flame Arresters
  • NO OTHER ENGINE MODIFICATIONS

Pro-Am Sport Lites

  1. The ski can have parts to improve handling (Ride plate, scoop grate, sponsons, pole & handlebars.)
  2. Engine Modifications:
  • After Market head
  • After Market exhaust
  • After Market Flame Arresters
  • NO OTHER ENGINE MODIFICATIONS

Pro-Am Sport Open

As IJSBA 2015 open rules

Novice Runabout Stock

This is as SAJSBA rules as follows:

This is a stock out the box class, no modifications or any kind is allowed in the engine compartment.

You are allowed sponsons, ride plate, scoop grate, seat cover and modified steering, these are for handling gain only.

This class is designed for first time riders to compete with stock ski’s and be competitive. This is to help grow the sport.

After a rider has competed in this class for 2 seasons, they are then required to move up to a Pro Class.

Pro Runabout Stock

As IJSBA 2015 Stock rules.

Pro Runabout Open

As IJSBA 2015 Open rules.

Enduro Stock

As IJSBA 2015 Stock rules

Enduro Open

As IJSBA 2015 Stock rules

 

Boat Numbering System

According to the 2015 IJSBA Draft Competition Rulebook the requirements for a boat number are as follows:

Racing number backgrounds must be clearly located on the hull in. Be careful not to place them in a location that will obscure them from the scorers (i.e., they should not be placed in the footwell or on horizontal surfaces).

Race number background sizes are as follows

Racing Number Background sizes

One digit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20cm high by 15cm wide Two digits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20cm high by 23cm wide Three digits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20cm high by 30cm wide

Racing numbers must be a minimum of 18cm high, standard block-type numbers without shading or outlining must be used. It is the rider’s responsibility to ensure that the numbers are easy to read. If two or more riders using the same number enter the same class at the same event, all but one will be required to add a temporary letter suffix (e.g. 101A etc.).

Under SAJSBA rules you are required to have a black number with a white background.

 

2015 SAJSBA National Season

Medical

All riders are required to have a medical done by their Doctor (if they are going to have a season licence) before the first race. Forms will be sent out on Friday 23rd February at the latest.

Fees for 2015

Race Day entry fee: R400.00 for the first class entered, and then an extra R100.00 per additional class.

SAJSBA Season License: R500.00

You receive an official SAJSBA licence card

EFT payments

Please send the proof of payment to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Bank details:

Standard Bank

Account name: SAJSBA

Branch code: 013042

Account number: 021086427

Reference your name, Race entry (eg Terry Moore, Race Entry)

 

BOOSTER CUP

A very generous sponsor purchased 6 Kawasaki STX-15F to be rented out at each race day to try and BOOST the sport, therefore only 6 entries per class. The main aim of the booster cup is to get new people involved in the sport without the cost of buying their own Jet Ski.

You will draw a number out of a hat and that will be the ski you will race for the race weekend.

Classes for the Booster Cup:

  1. Juniors(age10–14)–Try to get younger competitors involved
  2. Novice(age14+)–This class is for people who haven’t raced before, and are interested in competing.
  3. Pro–This class is for the Pro riders to compete on Ski’s which are exactly the same, therefore this will provide very intense racing, with a lot of emphasis on who gets the holeshot.
  4. Veterans(age35+)
  5. Ladies(age14+)

The cost involved will be R 600.00 to rent the ski for the day, this fee includes your fuel. Excluded in this fee is your race entry.

Please enquire This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information on the booster cup

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