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SECTION 1 GENERAL INFORMATION
10. Overview
10.1 Baja SAE Program Objective
10.2 Competition Goals
10.3 The Baja SAE Series
10.4 Official Announcements and Competition Information
10.5 Baja SAE Email Listserv
10.6 Official Languages
11. Baja SAE Rules and Organizer Authority
11.1 Rules Authority
11.2 Rules Validity
11.3 Rules Compliance
11.4 Understanding the Rules
11.5 Participating in the Competition
11.6 Violations of Intent
11.7 Right to Impound
11.8 General Authority
12. Eligibility
12.1 Individual Participant Requirements
12.1.1 Student Status
12.1.2 Society Membership
12.1.3 Age
12.1.4 Driver’s License
12.1.5 Liability Waiver and Insurance
12.1.6 Individual Registration Requirements – ACTION REQUIRED
12.2 Faculty Advisor
13. Eligibility – Vehicles
13.1 Student Created
13.2 Professional Fabrication Limits
13.3 Kit Vehicles – Prohibited
13.4 Prefabricated Subassemblies
13.5 Top Three Teams – Design Comparison Requirement
13.6 Redesign/Design Comparison Document
13.7 Duplicate Designs
14. Registration
14.1 Maximum Entries per University
14.2 Registration Deadline
14.3 Registration Fee
14.4 Registration Limit
20.1 Vehicle Design Objective
20.2 Vehicle Configuration
20.2.1 Maximum Vehicle Dimensions
20.3 All-Terrain Capability
21. Required Engine
21.1 Engine Requirement and Restrictions
21.1.1 Replacement Parts
21.1.2 Piston Rings
21.1.3 Intake Ports
21.1.5 Shafts and Rods
21.1.6 Spark Plugs
21.1.7 Armature
21.1.8 Flywheel Rotation
21.1.10 Air Cleaner
21.1.12 Starter Rope
21.1.13 Engine Governor
21.1.14 Fuel System
21.1.15 Battery Requirements
21.1.16 Onboard Instrumentation/Data Acquisition
21.1.17 Electronic Controls
21.1.18 Storage Energy Devices Used for Propulsion
21.2 Component Failure
21.3 Engine Inspection
21.4 Engine Use Restriction
22. Reverse Light and Alarm
23. Towing Hitch Point
23.1 Front Hitch Point
23.2 Rear Hitch Plate
24. Vehicle Identification
24.1 Number Assignment
24.2 Vehicle Number – Primary Cutout
24.2.1 Number Location
24.2.2 Number Size
24.3 Vehicle Number – Body
24.4 School Name
24.5 Sponsor Logos
24.5.1 Briggs & Stratton Logos
24.5.2 SAE Logo
25. Transponders
SECTION 3 ROLL CAGE, SYSTEMS & DRIVER’S EQUIPMENT 30. Introduction
30.1 Rules Requirements and Restrictions
30.1.1 Technical Inspection
30.1.2 Required Modifications
30.1.3 Unstable Vehicles
31. Roll Cage
31.1 Objective
31.2 Roll Cage Requirements
31.2.1 Elements of the Roll Cage
31.2.2 Rear Roll Hoop (RRH)
31.2.3 Rear Roll Hoop Lateral Diagonal Bracing (LBD)
31.2.4 Roll Hoop Overhead Members (RHO)
31.2.5 Lower Frame Side Members (LFS)
31.2.6 Side Impact Members (SIM)
31.2.7 Front Bracing Members (FBM)
31.2.9 RHO/FBM Gusseting
31.2.10 Butt Joints
31.2.11 Weld Confirmation Checks
31.2.12 Final Judgment
31.3 Head Restraint
31.4 Driver Head Clearance
31.4.1 Head Clearance – Minimum
31.5 Roll Cage & Bracing Materials
31.6 Roll Cage Padding
31.8 Bolted Roll Cages
32. Cockpit
32.1 Design Objective
32.2 Driver Exit Time
32.3 Firewall
32.3.1 Front or Mid-engine Cars
32.4 Body Panels
32.5 Belly Pan
32.6 Leg and Foot Shielding
32.7 Kill Switches
32.7.1 Kill Switch – Type
32.7.3 Kill Switch – Wiring
32.8 Fire Extinguisher – Size and Location
32.9 Throttle
32.9.1 Throttle Extensions
33. Driver Restraint
33.1 Minimum Five Strap System Required
33.1.1 Release Mechanism
33.1.2 Safety Harness Expiration
33.2 Shoulder Harness
33.2.2 Horizontal Location
33.2.4 Redirection of Harness Webbing
33.3 Lap & Anti-Submarine Belts
33.3.1 Specified Lap & Anti-Submarine Belts Mounting
33.4 Belts
33.5 Arm Restraints
33.5.1 Arm Restraint – Installation
33.5.2 Arm Restraint – Expiration
33.5.3 Installations – General
34. Braking System
34.1 Foot Brake
34.2 Independent Brake Circuits
34.3 Brake Light
34.3.1 Brake Light Switch
34.4 Brake(s) Location
34.5 Cutting Brakes
35. Fuel System and Fuel
35.1 System Location
35.1.1 Removable Fuel Tank
35.2 Fuel Tank
35.3 Fuel Lines
35.4 Spill Prevention
35.4.1 Spill Prevention Mounting
35.4.2 Spill Prevention Draining
35.4.3 Spill Prevention Drain Material
35.5 Splash Shields
35.6 Fuel
35.7 Fuel Containers
36. Steering and Suspension Systems
36.1 Adjustable Rod Ends
37. Fasteners
37.1 Fasteners
37.1.1 Lock Wire Procedure Detail
37.2 Fastener Grade Requirements
37.3 Thread Exposure
37.4 Socket Head Cap Screws
37.5 Unmarked Fasteners / Shop Manufactured Fasteners
38. Guards
38.1 Powertrain Guards
38.2 Factory Stock Guards
38.3 Propeller Guards
39. Driver Equipment Requirements
39.1 Helmet, Neck Support/Collar & Goggles
39.2 Clothing
40.1 Technical Questions
40.2 Event Related Questions
40.3 Protests
40.3.1 Preliminary Review – Required
40.3.2 Cause for Protest
40.3.3 Protest Format and Forfeit
40.3.4 Protest Period
40.3.5 Decision
41. Competition Procedures and Regulation – General
41.1 Drivers Meetings
41.2 Pre-inspection Operation Prohibited
41.3 Governor Setting
41.4 Competition Fuel Supply
41.4.1 Refueling
41.5 Engine and Drivetrain Inspection
41.6 Engine Recall Option
41.7 Pit Rules
41.7.1 Vehicle Movement – Walking Pace Required
41.7.2 Team Work Area
41.7.3 Vehicles in the Pits
41.7.4 Occupancy Restrictions
41.8 Driving Restrictions
41.9 Loopholes
41.10 Penalties
42. Rules of Conduct
42.1 Sportsmanship
42.2 Alcohol and Illegal Material
42.3 Parties
42.4 Trash Clean-up
42.5 Site Condition
43. Spectator Rules
43.1 General
43.2 Alcoholic Beverages
43.3 Access Restrictions
43.4 Children
43.5 Removal of Spectators
44. Unsafe Practices & Conduct
45. Miscellaneous
45.1 Driver Equipment
45.2 Practice Area
46. Safety – Team Responsibility
51.1.3 Design Report – Page Limit
51.1.4 Design Report – Deadline and Submission
51.1.5 Design – 100 Points
51.1.6 Design Finals
51.2 Cost Event
51.2.1 Cost Report – 15 Points
51.2.4 Penalty for Late or Non-Submission
51.2.5 Cost Judges Authority
51.2.6 Prototype Cost – 85 points
51.2.7 Cost Adjustment Form
51.2.8 Cost Eligibility
51.2.9 Cost Component Categories
51.3 Presentation – 50 Points
51.3.1 Presentation – Objective
51.3.2 Presentation – Format
52. Dynamic Events – Total – 850 Points
52.1 Acceleration – 75 Points
52.1.1 Acceleration – Objective
52.1.2 Acceleration – Procedure
52.1.3 Acceleration – Penalties
52.1.4 Acceleration – Scoring
52.2 Hill Climb Event – 75 Points
52.2.1 Event – Objective
52.2.2 Event – Procedure
52.2.3 Hill Climb Event – Penalties
52.2.4 Event – Scoring
52.3 Maneuverability Events – 75 points
52.3.1 Maneuverability – Objective
52.3.2 Maneuverability – Procedure
52.3.3 Maneuverability – Penalty Default Values
52.3.4 Maneuverability – Time Limit
52.3.5 Maneuverability – Scoring
52.4 Specialty Events – Mud Bog and Rock Crawl –75 points
52.4.1 Specialty Events – Objective
52.4.2 Specialty Events – Procedure
52.4.3 Specialty Events – Stopped Vehicle
52.4.4 Specialty Events – Penalties Default Values
52.5 Endurance – 400 Points
52.5.2 Endurance – General Description
52.5.3 Endurance – Starting
52.5.4 Endurance – Command Flags
52.5.5 Endurance – Stalled or Disabled Vehicles
52.5.6 Endurance – Repairs
52.5.7 Endurance Event – Penalty Default Values
52.5.8 Endurance – Scoring
52.6 Tie breakers
Section 6 APPENDIX
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