2023 Regs

Machine and Rider

Factory fitted side stands are not permitted and must be removed.

Bikes must be in full working order

No excessive smoke

Brakes must work

Water cooled machines not permitted (Kids 50cc/auto/65cc/electric exception).

Front sprocket covers compulsory they can be OEM parts or other manufactured parts.


Strictly no riding in the paddock

Helmet, boots, goggles, gloves, race pants and jersey

All of the above must be worn additional protection is recommended

No trainers, no shorts, no t-shirts

Race Numbers

Please make sure that race numbers are clearly displayed on the front number board and side panels of your bikes.

Transponders must be mounted on a clip and positioned on the fork leg behind the front number board.


Members, Licence & Transponder


Available on our memberships page, note for 2023 you need to be a member to score championship points and pre enter events (benefits of becoming a member please see memberships page).


To race you are required to hold a race licence you have 2 options:

Purchase a full annual licence with Nora Motorsport prices from £55 including personal accident insurance, please visit

Purchase a one event licence at sign on, price £10 per day or £15 per weekend.


At Minibike Champs we use MyLaps transponders. Transponders are used to record lap times and results. It is free to use your own transponder or you can hire one at the event from £10 per day or £15 per weekend. Lost or damaged hired transponders will carry a charge of £340 to replace due to them being none subscription. So please look after them!


Event Schedule

Sign on opens 8am – 9:30am

Practice/Qualifying 10am Start for all groups (running order of groups will be confirmed by the clerk of the course at sign on).

Fastest lap time rider qualifies for first choice of gate pick.

MB190cc Groups will be split into Clubman and Pro after qualifying with the fastest riders split 50% in Pro and 50% into Clubman. The clerk of the course has the right to move a rider from Clubman to Pro if deemed to be faster based on his/her average lap time. 


All groups have three races per day (race times may vary, at the clerk of the courses discretion) (normally 10minutes + 1lap and Pro races 12minutes + 1lap).

Followed by podium trophy presentation.

Trophy boards at all events for top 6 Kids50cc/Kids65cc and Youth JNR/SNR riders and small trophy board medals from 7 position down for all Kids classes.

Trophy boards for top 3 in all adult classes.

Prizes at selected events.  


Engine Measuring


Riders may be randomly selected for engine measuring at each round. The selected competitors will be notified and will need to have their machines available for inspection after the first day of competition. 

Engines measured will need to be within a 2% cc tolerance of the class limit, competitors whose machines are found to be outside of these tolerances will be disqualified from the championship and all points scored up to that point will be forfeited.

Competitors who have failed a measurement will need to produce their machine for re-examination prior to being permitted to compete in the championship further.

Failure to present your machine for measuring without sufficient reason, as decided by Nora Motorsport, will result in the same penalty for the competitor as a failed test.


Engine Tolerence

The Permitted class capacities are as follows: 

*Electric class – 8KW maximum

*50cc class – 50cc maximum 

*65cc class – 65cc maximum

*110cc class – 112cc maximum

*125cc class – 125cc maximum

*140cc class – 140cc maximum

*190cc class – 190cc maximum

All machines in their standard format must comply with the class requirements prior to any tolerance allowance.


Flags and Boards

All flags must be obeyed.

15 second board get ready.

5 second board – Start of race any time after the 5 second board is displayed, up to the starters discretion.

False starters will get a warning then penalised if caught doing so again.

Yellow flag caution ahead.

Waved yellow flag major incident.

Blue flag – you are going to be lapped.

Red flag stop in a safe place.

Black flag stop and speak to the clerk waving the black flag and they will inform you of why you have been stopped.

1 lap board – one lap to go.

Chequered flag – finish of race.