Competitor Licences

Licences

The Junior Competition Licence is issued to applicants between the ages of 8 and 16 years old inclusive, for participation in Junior Dragster Eliminator.

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The Super Street Licence is suitable for competitors not requiring an Unlimited Licence at ANDRA Championship events, but wishing to hold a permanent ANDRA Licence. The SSL can be used for cars and motorcycles 10.00 seconds (1/4 mile or 1/8 mile equivalent) or slower, as long as the vehicle meets the class requirements for the ET.

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The Unlimited licence is compulsory for all classes in Exhibition, Competition, Super Stock, Super Compact, Competition Bike and Modified Eliminator. It is also required for all other cars running quicker than 10.00 seconds (1/4 mile) / 6.40 seconds (1/8 mile), all other motorcycles quicker than 10.00 seconds (1/4 mile) / 6.40 seconds (1/8 mile).

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The Group One licence is compulsory for all drivers and riders of vehicles eligible for competition in ANDRA Group One eliminators. The GOL is valid for twelve months from the last day of the month of issue or on expiry of the Medical Examination Report, whichever comes first. Licence application must be made on the official ANDRA forms, one being the Application Form and the other being the Medical Examination Report that must be completed by a doctor.

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The licence is required by any person who is not a Member of ANDRA and who does not need a permanent ANDRA Drag Racing Licence for cars 12.00 seconds (1/4 mile) / (7.70 1/8 mile) and slower, or motorcycles 10.00 seconds (1/4 mile) / (6.70 1/8th mile) and slower.

It may extend to 11.00 1/4mile (7.00 1/8 mile) if safety criteria are met with the car, or 9.50 1/4 mile (6.05 1/8 mile) for a motorcycle.

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