2.1 Team Entitlements Contract (TEC):
CANZ employs a system of TEC’s. TEC’s represent the ability for independent or privateer teams to form recognised teams for the CANZ championship season.
A) The TEC must be in place prior to commencement of a championship.
B) Once the team is established it remains in place as long as the team has two drivers competing for the team.
C) Only one TEC is required for a team to compete in championships on any game as long as the team name remains the same.
D) “Sub” teams (for example: Moobie Madness White and Moobie Madness Yellow) would require seperate TEC’s.
2.2 Applying for a TEC:
To apply for a TEC an application form must be sent to a CANZ director for approval. The approval process will look over previous seasons and performances by the drivers to determine if the team would be stable. Some elements of the process may include:
i. Did one or both drivers attend 75% of the previous season or more?
ii. Does the team have previous championship status as an independent or privateer team?
iii. Is the member a member of an established TEC team splitting to create their own TEC team?
iv. Is the member a member of an established TEC team creating a sub-team?
2.3 Entries and Fees:
Each entry shall only be accepted if posted in the appropriate series thread.
2.4 Number of Entries:
Series organiser(s) reserve the right to stipulate the maximum number of entries for each event or championship.
2.5 Conditional/Reserve Acceptance:
Should the number of applicants exceed the series organisers’ maximum number of starters, the organiser may choose to accept entries conditionally. Each competitor will then be regarded as a reserve driver and may compete should a vacancy occur amongst the accepted entries.
2.6 Refusal of Entries:
The Series Organiser(s) reserve the right accept or reject an entry without assigning a reason, a director may overrule this decision if reasonable grounds are not provided (either internally or publicly) for rejecting an entry.