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Top speed competition rules 2018


1. Classes

• A - up to 3400 cm³ naturally aspirated and up to 2000 cm³ petrol engines with power adder* and up to 2000 cm³ diesel engines.
• B - up to 4600 cm³ naturally aspirated and up to 2700 cm³ petrol engines with power adder* and over 2000 cm³ diesel engines.
• C - over 4600 cm³ naturally aspirated engines and over 2700 cm³ petrol engines with power adder*.

* - power adder means the use of turbocharging, mechanical supercharging and/or nitrous. The displacement of an engine using power adder is multiplied by 1.7. The displacement of a rotary engine is multiplied by 1.7 and that of a rotary engine using power adder is multiplied by 3.4.


1. General rules of the competition

2.1 

The competition will be held in coordance with the racing regulations of the Estonian Autosport Association and FIA Sporting Code.

2.2 

The competitors must acknowledge that the racing attempt is a higher risk occasion and it is performed at own risk. The organizer is in no way responsible for any damages, traumas, death, material damages etc caused to the competitor, car, spectators or others.

2.3 

The essence of the competition is to achieve maximum speed at the end of a 1 mile (1609m) distance from a standing start. For safety purposes the organizer has the right to reduce the distance.

2.4 

Participants compete one by one. Each has 2 attempts, the best of which counts. The starting order is determined by the Chief Referee. For the sake of safety the Chief Referee may cancel or abort the racing attempt.

2.5 

Participation in the competitors' meeting is compulsory. Absence from the meeting will result in elimination from the competition.

2.6 

Every driver is allowed to compete with one car and one class and every car can have only one driver. The class is determined by the Chief Referee.

2.7 

All cars must pass the technical inspection. Competitor, whose car does not pass the inspection will not be refunded the participation fee.

2.7.1. 

If changes are made to the car after technical inspection the Chief Techical Inspector must be notified of these.

2.8 

No loose items (including in the door compartments etc) and passengers are allowed in racing attempts. Windows must be closed, driver's seat belt fastened and compliant helmet worn.

2.9 

Only those cars are allowed to the pit area that wear racing number sticker, organizers’ cars that wear appropriate stickers and safety and emergency cars. Team cars are allowed only for those racing cars that are brought on a trailer. All exceptions will be decided by the Chief Referee.

2.10 

On the racing track (acceleration and braking area) it is strictly forbidden to drive in a wrong direction, except organizers’ and emergency cars at off-competition time. In case of a technical failure one should drive to the end of the track or if this is not possible, park the car to the farthest side of the track. In case of fluid leak the competitor must stop at the side of the track immediately.

2.11 

A 20km/h speed limit applies in service area. Competitor, who violates it and creates dangerous situations will be disqualified without warning.

2.12 

Speed will be measured with 1 km/h precision.

2.13 

If the best results of two or more competitors is similar, the final ranking will be determined based on the second best results. If those too are similar the best score of the last round will be considered. And if those too are similar, the competitor, whose car has smaller engine displacement, will prevail. In case of forced induction (incl N2O) the displacement will be multiplied with 1,7. If all circumstances are similar or if there is an ambiguity regarding the results, the Chief Referee may require an additional racing attempt. If one competitor forfeits, the one that completes the racing attempt wins.

2.14 

Results will be displayed on an official board after each round and if possible in real time on the website of the event.

2.15 

Protests against a competitor, result or car must be submitted no later than 10 minutes after the end of the second racing round. The protest has to be submitted in writing and fee paid in cash at submission.

2.15.1 

The protest fee is 50 euros in case of protest against results and 350 euros in case of protest against the technical compliance of a car. In case of satisfaction of the protest the fee will be returned, otherwise not.

2.15.2 

In case of satisfaction of a protest against the technical compliance of a car, the results of the car and competitor will be annulled. If the protest will not be satisfied the person against whom or against whose car the protest was submitted agains may claim refund for possible inspections from the protestor.

2.16 

No refund will be granted in case the competitor will not or will not be allowed to compete at reasons not dependent on the organizer. This also includes situations covered in Section 5.3.

2.17 

No refunds will be granted in case of cancellation or abortion of the competition in case of force majeure (eg wheather conditions), both to competitors and spectators.


3. Requirements to the competitors

3.1 

Competitor must have a valid driving license and a right to use the car used for competition. If his/her name is not in the registration certificate an written authorization to use the car specifically in One Mile Challenge competition must be submitted.

3.2 

The competitors must present their driving license and the car's registration certificate (or a notarized copy of it) in the technical inspection.

3.3 

Competitor must confirm on the registration application that he/she has read, understood and will obey the rules of the competition.

3.4 

The competition involves a high risk. Despite of acting in conformity with the rules and the organizers' efforts to assure the safety, accidents involving damage to the property or health of a competitor or a third person or even death, may occur. It is likely that insurance will not cover the damages occurring at this competition. Competitors must confirm on the registration application that they are aware of these risks and will not file any claims against the organizer and forbid third parties from filing of such claims.

3.5 

Competitor must individually evaluate the safety of his/her attempt. If the competitor considers the risk too high he/she is immediately required to abort the competition and notify the organizer. In case it is out of the ability or wish of the organizer to eliminate the sources of risk as pointed out by the competitor, the competitor will not be allowed to compete, even if he/she is willing to accept the risks after discussion with the Chief Referee.

3.6 

Competitor must hold the steering wheel with both hands at all times during the racing attempts, except for the time for gear changes and operation of the braking chute(s) or fire distinguishing system.

3.7 

Having a racing license is strongly recommendable. The license is mandatory for competitors the expected racing result of whose car exceeds 290, taking into account exceptions under Section 18.1. The racing license grants an insurance in case of permanent injury or death.


4. Requirements to the equipment of the competitors

4.1 

All competitors must wear a helmet during the racing attempt. It is recommendable to use a helmet approved according to FIA standards. Competitors whose estimated speed is at least 250 km/h must wear a homologated autosport helmet. Homologation may be expired. The helmet must fit the driver and its belt must be fastened during racing attempts. No signs of damage or cracks are allowed.

4.2 

Competitor must wear clothing that covers his/her whole body, legs and arms, closed footware and socks. Nylon or any other easily melting material is forbidden. It is recommendable to use racing equipment that is in compliance with FIA 8856-2000 or FIA 1986 homologation.

4.3 

Competitor must wear covered footwear and socks. It is forbidden to compete in light sandals or open shoes. It is recommendable to use racing equipment that is in compliance with FIA 8856-2000 homologation.

4.4 

Competitors whose estimated speed is at least 250 km/h must wear leather or fire-proof gloves. It is recommended to wear FIA 2000 homologated (may be expired) gloves.


5. General requirements to the cars

5.1 

Competing cars registered for street use must have a valid technical inspection either by state authorities or Estonian Autosport Association. For non-street use cars only the EAA technical inspection is sufficient.

5.2 

Only the cars that pass the technical inspection performed by the organized are allowed to compete. As the inspection is performed in outside conditions without any special equipment, its scope and efficiency is limited. Hence it is the competitors' duty to arrange shortly before the competition the due inspection of the car in a service garage or official technical inspection which has appropriate equipment. Regardless of the passing of technical inspection, the competitor is fully liable for the car's compliance with the technical and safety requirements. Competitor is required to address the organizer in case of any questions related to technical or safety requirements. The contact details of the organizers are provided on the webpage of each competition.

5.3 

The Chief Referee has the right to reject a car which complies with the abovementioned rules, but is considered unsafe. This applies eg to a situation where the car's engine has been heavily modified, but brakes, suspension, handling and safety structures are not matching. For modified cars it is strongly recommendable to install additional safety structure (rollbar or rollcage) and certified 5 or 6 point seat belts.

5.4 

It is prohibited to remove factory body details, except antennas, mirrors and windshield wipers. It is recommendable to remove self installed elements which influence the car's aerodynamics. All body details must be strongly attached, in order to ensure their lasting at high speeds.

5.5 

No loose items are allowed in the car and the battery must be firmly fixed to the car’s body. If the battery is not located at its original spot, an additional ground switch is required near the battery. If the battery is located inside the car it must be covered.

5.6 

No leaks of any fluids are allowed. During the competition the car’s air conditioning device must be switched off to avoid leaks of condensed fluid.

5.7 

The driver’s seat of the car must have at least 3 point seat belt. Cars that are equipped with a rollcage must have at least 4 point seat belt for the driver’s seat. Seat belt must be fastened during the racing attempt.

5.8 

The car must have a towing eye or hook at the front or on the roof. In case of removable towing eye or hook it must be installed before technical inspection and kept installed (and covering panels removed) during the whole competition. The organizer may mark the towing eye or hook with a red arrow sticker.


6. Body and interior

6.1 

The car must not have any dangerous signs of collision or amortization (eg penetrating rust, deformed body panels or running gear details).

6.2 

The car must have at least working head lights, tail lights and turn signals.

6.3 

The car must have front doors that can be opened both from inside and outside during the whole competition. Front doors taping is prohibited. Rear doors taping is prohibited if the battery is located inside the car behind front seats.

6.4 

The driver's and passenger's doors must have upholstery. Other upholstery may be removed.

6.5 

In addition to standard plastic or composite material parts it is allowed to replace with plastic or composite material parts the hood, trunk lid, front fenders and bumpers. Self made plastic or composite material doors are allowed if the car has a rollcage that is in compliance with FIA regulations (see http://www.fia.com/sites/default/files/regulation/file/2012-DessinsDrag_09.12.11.pdf, Drawings, drawing 16).

6.6 

It is allowed to install additional rigidity or safety structures that are in compliance with FIA standards. Wherever the driver's helmet may have a contact with the rollcage, the latter must be upholstered with soft material, the thickness of which is at least 6 mm (see http://www.fia.com/sites/default/files/regulation/file/2012-DessinsDrag_09.12.11.pdf, Drawings, drawing 22). The distance between the driver's helmet and roll bar must in normal circumstances be at least 3” (76 mm).

6.7 

The car's front and rear subframes must be original. It is allowed to modify the shock absorbers' upper fittings. Replacements and changes in the chassis structure are allowed only if the material used is the same as the original and with the same thickness. The body's structure from the firewall to the front axle must be original and the front axle must be fixed in the original fixing places. The inner structures of front fenders can be modified only if the car has a rollcage.

6.8 

The windshield must be standard and without damages. Other windows may be replaced with shatterproof polycarbonate of at least 3mm thickness.

6.9 

The passengers' compartment must be separated from the engine and power transmission. No holes are allowed in the firewall, so those must be sealed with steel or aluminum tin. There must not be any fuel or engine cooling liner or hoses in the passengers' compartment, other than those of the stock heating system.

6.10 

The dashboard and center console until the end of front seats can be removed or replaced with a self made on only in case the car has a rollcage and at least 3“ wide 4-point seat belts. It is allowed to modify the dashboard in order to fit a custom instrument panel or switches. Thera cannot be any sharp edges or corners near the driver in order to avoid potential injuries.

6.11 

The front seats must be flawless and fixed firmly to the body or frame of the car. The backrests must be fixable in the upright position, if such a possibility has been created by the seats' manufacturer. The driver's seat must have a headrest.

6.12 

It is allowed to remove the passenger's and rear seats.

6.13 

Driver’s doormat must be removed on the racing attempt.


7. Running gear

7.1 

The car must have hydraulic brakes on all wheels. The brake lines cannot be located in the driveshaft tunnel or be the lowest part of the car.

7.2 

All driving axles must have differentials. It is prohibited to use welded 100% differential locks. Cars equipped with 100% locks (aka „spool“) must have steel racing drive axles and C-clip eliminators.

7.3 

The car's wheels and tires must be covered and cannot extend outside the car's body. It is allowed to use fender wideners that do not sharp corners and are firmly fixed. Any contact between the car's tires and any body part is prohibited.

7.4 

It is allowed to use non-standard wheels. However, any modification of wheels is prohibited.

7.5 

Tires with cut tread are prohibited.

7.6 

Tires older than 10 years (according to the marks on the tires) are prohibited.

7.7 

The weight index of the tires must be in compliance with the car's racing weight if that is verifiable or if not then the registry weight according to the registration certificate.

7.8 

The speed index of the tires must correspond to the expected trap speed of the car. It is prohibited to use M+S tires with speed index lower than H.

7.9 

Tires with speed index ZR may be used on cars that will expectedly not exceed 271 km/h trap speed. In case of tires with speed index Y (300km/h) it is allowed to exceed the index by up to 10%.

7.10 

It is allowed to use only E or DOT marked tires qualified for street use. The tires must not have any visible damages.

7.11 

The tire tread must be at least 3mm.

7.12 

Remanufactured or retreaded tires are prohibited.


8. Engine and accessories

8.1 

It is allowed to use internal combustion and electric engines and combinations thereof. Engine modification is allowed.

8.2 

The internal combustion engine must start with a starter.

8.3 

The number of engine's fixing points cannot be lower than what has been designed by the engine's manufacturer. It is allowed to modify and add fixing points.

8.4 

In case of Roots supercharger the fixings must comply with SFI 14.2 requirements.

8.5 

The fuel and oil lines and hoses must be protected near the supercharger belt. The protection must be on the hoses and/or on the belt. It is recommended to protect also the cooling lines, if the belt is not covered.

8.6 

All liquid cooled vehicles must have at least 0.5l overflow tank that is fixed firmly to the body or engine. It is recommendable to use water as coolant liquid.

8.7 

In case of dry sump cooling an overflow tank of at least 1l must be used.

8.8 

Non-filtrated ventilation of the oil sump into atmosphere is prohibited.

8.9 

Exhaust manifolds must be used. The exhaust system must be leak free, without damages and safely fixed so that any contact between the exhaust system and the ground would be avoided at any time during the racing attempts. The exhaust system must be pointed out backwards from under the car, away from the driver and fuel tank.


9. Fuel system and fuels

9.1 

It is allowed to use in internal combustion engines all fuels and unleaded gasolines available from retail network.

9.2 

The fuel tank must be separated from the passengers' compartment with a fireproof wall so that no fuel could get into the passengers' compartment.

9.3 

The whole fuel system (fuel tank, lines, pump etc) must be located outside the passengers' compartment and inside the car's dimensions.

9.4 

A fuel tank made of composite materials must be grounded.

9.5 

Fuel tank must be ventilated to the atmosphere.

9.6 

The competitors must notify the technical inspection if the car is using alcohol as fuel or LPG, CNG or chemical supercharging. Such cars will be marked for possible fire extinguishing purposes.


10. Nitrous devices

10.1 

The cars that use chemical supercharging must be notified of to the Chief Technical Inspector. Such cars will be marked for possible fire extinguishing purposes.

10.2 

It is allowed to use only publicly marketed, certified and officially manufactured nitrous devices.

10.3 

The bottle of N2O must be fixed firmly to the body of the car. It is allowed to use the original fixings provided by the manufacturer. However, it is recommendable to use at least two 25mm steel band fixings for bottles up to 15 kg and three 25mm steel band fixings for bottles in excess of 15 kg.

10.4 

The bottle of nitrous gas must have clear and understandable marking.

10.5 

The bottle of nitrous gas must be equipped with excess pressure valve that is ventilated outside the passengers' compartment. Any modification of the excess pressure valve is prohibited.

10.6 

The faucet of the bottle of nitrous gas must be shut during the warming of tires (burnout) and it may be opened immediately before the racing attempt, at the starting line.

10.7 

Only special purpose blanket type warmers equipped with a thermostat are allowed to be used for warming the bottle of nitrous gas.

10.8 

The nitrous system must not be switched on while the ignition is turned off.

10.9 

The nitrous system must have a separate melting fuse. There must be a switch with a clear label “N2O. ON/OFF” in the reach of an arm of the driver for the nitrous system.

10.10 

The activation of the nitrous system must be configured in a way that the nitrous system can be activated only on full throttle. Upon the release of throttle the nitrous system must switch off. If the activation is electronically controlled by the ECM of the engine or a separate controller it must be dubbed with a switch in the throttle system.


11. Transmission

11.1 

The transmission must have a working reverse gear.

11.2 

Automatic transmission must be equipped with a blockage of accidental shifting to reverse gear.

11.3 

A car with automatic transmission must not start if any gear is shifted in.


12. Additional requirements to the cabriolet cars and drivers achieving above 250 km/h

12.1 

Cabriolet cars must have a rollbar in compliance with FIA requirements (see http://www.fia.com/sites/default/files/regulation/file/2012-DessinsDrag_09.12.11.pdf, Drawings", drawing 12).


13. Additional requirements to the cars and drivers achieving above 270 km/h in class A

13.1 

The competitor must wear a special non-flammable driving suit, socks and balaclava.

13.2 

The competitor must wear footwear that covers the ankle.

13.3 

The competitor must wear gloves made either fully of leather or of leather on the inside and non-flammable 100% wool on the outside. The gloves must partially cover the sleeves. Perforated gloves are forbidden, irrespective of the hole size.

13.4 

Only SNELL or SFI homologated helmets are allowed. Homologation may be expired.

13.5 

The driver must wear a special neck support. FHR neck support is strongly recommended.

13.6 

The driver’s seat must have 5-point seatbelt with 3“ wide belts in compliance with at least SFI 16.1 requirements.

13.7 

The car must have a FIA compliant rollbar (see http://www.fia.com/sites/default/files/regulation/file/2012-DessinsDrag_09.12.11.pdf, „Drawings", drawing 12).

13.8 

The rollbar must be welded or bolted with metal plates to the main structures (frame, subframe) as required by FIA rules.

13.9 

In case of manual transmission, the use of standard flywheel is allowed only in case a flywheel protector in compliance with SFI 6.1, 6.1w, 6.2 or 6.3 requirements is used. If there is no such production flywheel protectors available, the flywheel protector must be made of at least 6.35mm thick steel, be firmly fixed and surround the flywheel 360 degrees. The flywheel protector is not used in case of the use of non-standard flywheel in compliance with SFI 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 or 1.5 requirements.

13.10 

All oil and fuel hoses and lines must be connected with thread joints, the use of clamp joints is prohibited.


14. Additional requirements to the cars and drivers achieving above 290 km/h in class A

14.1 

All requirements applicable to cars and drivers as set forth in Chapter 13 apply.

14.2 

It is strongly recommendable to use FHR neck protection.

14.3 

The driver’s seat must have a firmly fixed backrest, which leans on the horizontal pipe of the rollbar (pipe C, see http://www.fia.com/sites/default/files/regulation/file/2012-DessinsDrag_09.12.11.pdf, Drawings", drawing 16).

14.4 

Homologated (FIA Technical List No 16) fire distinguishing system is mandatory. The gauge on the fire distinguisher must show green and the fire distinguisher must have a valid label of inspection. If an electrically engageable system is used, it must have a separate battery, available to be checked.

14.5 

The car must have a metal external main electricity switch (positioned either on the rear panel of the car or the panel beneath the windscreen), which must cut the battery, alternator, lights, ignition and other circuits and stop the engine. The switch must be marked with a blue triangle with a side length of 80 mm and not more than 200 mm.

14.6 

The car must be equipped with a cardan ring with dimensions 6 mm x 50 mm x 360 degrees placed no further than 152 mm from the front cardan cross.


15. Additional requirements to the cars and drivers achieving above 290 km/h

15.1 

In the A-class all requirements applicable to cars and drivers as set forth in Chapters 13 and 14 apply.

15.2 

The competitor must wear a special non-flammable driving suit, socks and balaclava.

15.3 

The competitor must wear footwear that covers the ankle.

15.4 

The competitor must wear gloves made either fully of leather or of leather on the inside and non-flammable 100% wool on the outside. The gloves must partially cover the sleeves. Perforated gloves are forbidden, irrespective of the hole size.

15.5 

Only SNELL or SFI homologated helmets are allowed. Homologation may be expired.

15.6 

The driver must wear a special neck support. FHR neck support is strongly recommended.

15.7 

The driver’s seat must have 5-point seatbelt with 3“ wide belts in compliance with at least SFI 16.1 requirements.

15.8 

The car must have a FIA compliant rollbar see http://www.fia.com/sites/default/files/regulation/file/2012-DessinsDrag_09.12.11.pdf, „Drawings", drawing 12).

15.9 

The rollbar must be welded or bolted with metal plates to the main structures (frame, subframe) as required by FIA rules.

15.10 

In case of manual transmission, the use of standard flywheel is allowed only in case a flywheel protector in compliance with SFI 6.1, 6.1w, 6.2 or 6.3 requirements is used. If there is no such production flywheel protectors available, the flywheel protector must be made of at least 6.35mm thick steel, be firmly fixed and surround the flywheel 360 degrees. The flywheel protector is not used in case of the use of non-standard flywheel in compliance with SFI 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 or 1.5 requirements.

15.11 

All oil and fuel hoses and lines must be connected with thread joints, the use of clamp joints is prohibited.

15.12 

In case of wet sump, at least 1 liter overflow tank, connected to the sump ventilation, is mandatory.

15.13 

Wheel bolts or nuts made of aluminium are prohibited. Nuts may not be closed, ie hat type. The end of the bolt must extend from the nut at least 3 mm.

15.14 

Competitors must have a racing license that grants an insurance against permanent injury or death through Estonian Autosport Association.


16. Additional requirements to the cars and drivers achieving above 300 km/h

16.1 

All requirements applicable to cars and drivers as set forth in Chapter 15 apply.

16.2 

The car must be equipped with a braking chute or chutes in compliance with FIA requirements. The splint of the chute must be removed immediately before the racing attempt at the starting line.


17. Additional requirements to the cars and drivers achieving above 310 km/h

17.1 

All requirements applicable to cars and drivers as set forth in Chapter 16 apply.

17.2 

It is strongly recommendable to use FHR neck support.

17.3 

The driver’s seat must have a firmly fixed backrest, which leans on the horizontal pipe of the rollbar (pipe C, see http://www.fia.com/sites/default/files/regulation/file/2012-DessinsDrag_09.12.11.pdf, Drawings", drawing 16).

17.4 

Homologated (FIA Technical List No 16) fire distinguishing system is mandatory. The gauge on the fire distinguisher must show green and the fire distinguisher must have a valid label of inspection. If an electrically engageable system is used, it must have a separate battery, available to be checked.

17.5 

The car must have an external metal main electricity switch (positioned either on the rear panel of the car or the panel beneath the windscreen), which must cut the battery, alternator, lights, ignition and other circuits and stop the engine. The switch must be marked with a blue triangle with a side length of 80 mm and not more than 200 mm.

17.6 

The car must be equipped with a cardan ring with dimensions 6 mm x 50 mm x 360 degrees placed no further than 152 mm from the front cardan cross.


18. Exemptions

18.1 

In case of a special permission from the Chief Referee of the competition it is allowable not to apply the additional requirements stipulated in Sections 12-17 to cars the top speed of which according to the manufacturer’s official technical specifications exceeds the limits from which the additional requirements would apply, taking into account the class of the specific car on the competition.

18.2 

In order to obtain the special permission mentioned Point 17.1, the competitor must provide to the Chief Referee of the competition not later than 7 days before the compatition a written application, which includes the following data.

18.2.1 

Details of the competitor; Name, birth date, e-mail address and mobilephone number.

18.2.2 

The exact list of requirements from which the competitor is applying for an exemption.

18.2.3 

Annexed to the application must be a document/certificate of the technical specifications (including the top speed) of the car, confirmed by the official brand dealer of that specific car.


19. SANCTIONS

19.1 

Competitor will not be allowed to the upcoming racing attempt in the following cases:

19.1.1 

Competitor violates the requirements to the competitors as per these rules during the competition.

19.1.2 

After the technical inspection changes are made to the car, as a consequence of which the car is no longer in compliance with these rules.

19.1.3 

After the technical inspection changes are made to the car, that are not notified and agreed upon with the Chief Technical Inspector.

19.1.4 

The competitor achieves in a racing attempt a higher top speed than what is in compliance with the requirements to the car and competitor as per these rules. The result achieved will be recorded.

19.1.5 

Competitor is late for the start of his/her racing attempt.

19.2 

Competitor will be disqualified and his/her competition results will be annulled in the following cases:

19.2.1 

Competitor is under influence of drugs or alcohol during the racing attempt. The allowed alcohol limit in the exhaled breath is 0.1 mg and in the blood 0.2 per mille. If necessary a test will be performed together with police or competent authority.

19.2.2 

The competitor does not obey the traffic signs and speed limits outside the racing track.

19.2.3 

Driving on the racing track in opposite direction.

19.2.4 

The competitor uses any place in the competition area to test the car without obtaining prior approval from the Chief Referee.

19.2.5 

Competitor acts unsportsmanlike, creates a dangerous situation or violates the general upkeep of the competition (see point 18.1.5).

19.2.6 

The companions and/or team members (mechanics and other assistants) violate the general upkeep of the competition (including disturbing others, laying out garbage etc) and/or do not obey the instructions of the Chief Referee or organizers (including a demand to leave the competition).