ASN CANADA autoslalom regulations 2017
4.1. Eligibility to Participate
To be eligible to compete as a driver, a driver must:
Hold a current provincial or state Driver’s License (Graduated licenses, where the driver is authorized to drive without another licensed driver being present, are permitted.);
To enter a National Autoslalom Championship event, a competitor must hold a competition license (or membership card) issued by ASN Canada FIA or an ASN Territory that grants eligibility for AutoSlalom events, or a Day License issued by the organizing club;
Have signed the ASN Canada FIA General Waiver.
To be eligible to participate as a passenger, a person must:
Have the consent of the organizer;
Have signed the ASN Canada FIA General Waiver;
Wear personal safety equipment as required for the driver;
Keep hands and arms inside the vehicle at all times;
e. Not carry items such as food, drink, cameras, video recorders, purses, etc.
The items listed above must be presented at the time of event registration and/or scrutineering inspection.
4.2. Underage Drivers
Participants (drivers or passengers) under the age of majority for the province in which the event is taking place must also present both a completed Parental Consent Waiver and a Minor Participant Waiver at event registration.
In addition, minors participating as passengers must:
a) Be at least 14 years old;
Be in a vehicle being driven by their parent or guardian;
These waivers are available on the ASN Canada FIA web site (www.asncanada.com).