Disclaimer of liability
By signing and submitting the entry form, the participant (m/f) declares explicitly and irrevocably that she/he is personally liable, under civil and criminal law, for any personal injury, material damage and damage to property caused by her/himself or her/his motor vehicle within the rally course or its facilities on the spot. The participant agrees that the organizer and all authorities and persons depending on her/him – local authorities, organizations, single persons, users of the rally course and their legal successors – do not accept responsibility for any personal injury, material damage and damage to property caused by the use of the rally track or the rally track itself. In the event of a damage the responsible participant shall indemnify and hold free and harmless the organizer from any third-party claims. All participants are aware that photos, films and videos made during the competition can be used for public relations purposes at any time and that they have no right to claim indemnification against the organizer even if the publication of the material is not directly connected to the event. By handing in the entry form the participant accepts the terms and conditions as described in the invitation.
Additional instruments: the use of manual stopwatches – no matter if analogue or digital – is allowed. Supporting mechanical instruments are permitted. Electronic speedometers (like bicycle computers) are permitted as well if the motor vehicle does not dispose of a working speedometer or display providing information on the distance and speed. The organizer reserves the right to prohibit the use of further instruments or supporting devices by listing them in detail in the general terms and conditions of the event.
In case of objections, protests and appeals the FIVA-B / Event Code Austria / Point 8 applies.
The advertising contracts concluded between the organizer and the sponsors must be fully supported by using all the provided material (for example: start number). Personal advertising on the motor vehicle is allowed only by prior arrangement with the organizing committee.
The event is held according to FIVA regulations. The course direction reserves the right to set up supplementary regulations. Before drivers receive their starting documents a technical inspection and the final admission to the race are scheduled. Nevertheless, only the driver is personally responsible that the motor vehicle is road-legal and safe. Vehicles with serious technical defects, invalid or missing safety check sticker (except for cars with a temporary number plate or vehicles from foreign countries) or vehicles registered intentionally with the wrong year of construction will not be admitted to the rally. The general Austrian road traffic regulations apply in the course of the entire event. It is forbidden to exceed the average speed of 50 km/hour. The race direction reserves the right to disqualify any participant who acts contrary to the present regulations. The organizer does not accept responsibility for any personal injuries and material damages occurring in the course of the competition. The participant is personally responsible for injuries to persons and material damages caused by himself or his motor vehicle. The organizer reserves the right to postpone or cancel the event and to refuse entries at any time and without prior notice. The members and host of the ÖTZTAL CLASSIC 2017 look forward to welcoming you to this unique classic car event!