2017 Manual of Motorcycle Sport released
MA releases amended 2017 MoMS with covers honouring Matthew Gilmore, Darrin Treload and Blake Cox, and Max Fricke
Motorcycling Australia have announced the official release of the 2017 Manual of Motorcycle Sport (MoMS) front cover, and of amendments that have been made to the online version of the 2017 MoMS.
Due to the nature of the ever expanding and adapting technologies and infrastructure introduced to Motorcycling in all disciplines, it is important to note any changes that relate you if you’re a competitor.
2017 Manual of Motorcycle Sport changes
- MX number panel colours from MX1 and MX2 have been rectified
- The Trial number panel colour for women has been changed from Yellow to Blue
- There has been an infringement amendment to Trial section of the MoMS (now on page 251)
- MX Flags have been changed under Appendix B (refer to MX Yellow Flags)
The 2017 MoMS cover this year highlights the outstanding achievements of the three World Speedway Champions. The front cover recognising the achievements of two times Speedway Youth 250cc World Cup Champion Matthew Gilmore.
The back cover features the three remaining but equally notable Speedway World Champions including Speedway Sidecar World Cup pair Darrin Treloar and Blake Cox and 2016 Speedway Under-21 World Cup Champion Max Fricke.
Inside both the front and back covers of the 2017 Manual of Motorcycle Sport features a compilation of images acknowledging the effort of the four times International Six Days Enduro Women’s Trophy Team’s Champions Jessica Gardiner, Tayla Jones and Jemma Wilson. As well as Australian Superbike Champion Crankt Protein Honda Racing Team’s Troy Herfoss.
Motorcycling Australia have recognised the achievements of the 2016 National and World Champions, and further highlight the importance of reading and understanding the Manual of Motorcycle Sport for the 2017 season.
For more information and to stay up to date with the Manual of Motorsport changes as they happen head to the Motorcycling Australia website, like MA’s Facebook page and follow @motorcyclingaustralia on Instagram.