This chapter covers special issues that should be taken into account when organising Club sport events. These are only general guidelines that are intended to help with the implementation of a safe and efficient racetrack event. They do not, however, offer any kind of guarantee. Motorsport events are obviously more risky than leisure trips or social occasions. The responsibility lies entirely on the organizing Club.
Do not, therefore, rely solely on these guidelines. Visit other Club sport events, observe how things are done elsewhere and find out what works and what doesn't.
In addition to the advice contained in this chapter, please bear in mind the general requirements for organising a successful event (e.g., hotel reservations, catering, cooperation with
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