28 Nov Canadian Karting Regulations: Notice of 2018 Sporting Regulation Change – Licences
The following will appear in the 2018 Regulations
SUBJECT: National and International Driver Competition Licences
EFFECTIVE DATE: November 28, 2017
National and International Driver Competition Licences
Applications for all National and International kart racing licences must be made through ASN Canada FIA. Application forms are available at www.asncanada.com.
ASN National Driver Qualifications
- Bona-fide proof of age must be available at all times and is required to be shown to a Race Official if requested.
- Minimum Age Requirements: The minimum age for any class must be achieved in the year of application, for example if a driver is 7 years old and applies for a grade C or D licence, they must have their 8th birthday in the year of application.
- Maximum Age Requirements: A driver who achieves the maximum age for their grade during the year, can complete that year. Rotax is an exception as a Junior Rotax driver must have their 16th birthday after December 31 of the current year to be eligible for the Rotax Grand Finals.
- Classes: A driver can run in any class that has the same grade of licence that they have been issued, for example a driver with a B licence can run in any class that requires a B licence. Once a driver moves up a class, for example from D to C or C to B or B to A they will not be eligible to go back to a lower class.
ASN National Driver Licencing Derogations
Exemptions to ASN national driver licencing regulations based on driver age or physical condition are prohibited.