T&Cs – Win a Funded Drive in a SMTA Scottish C1 Cup Race

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Terms and Conditions for Reis Motorsport’s Competition to Win a Funded Drive in a SMTA Scottish C1 Cup Race Weekend

1. This competition is run by Reis Motorsport Insurance (“Promoter”, “we” or “our” or “us” or “Reis Motorsport”), Reis Motorsport Insurance is a trading name of Insurance Factory Limited, registered in England (No. 02982445) with registered office address at 45 Westerham Road, Bessels Green, Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 2QB.

2. The competition is open to all residents of the United Kingdom aged 18 or over except the Promoter’s employees, their relatives, agents organising or promoting the competition. Proof of identity and eligibility may be required.

3. These terms and conditions apply to the Reis Motorsport’s competition to win a funded drive in a SMTA Scottish C1 Cup race weekend. The prize is subject to the winner obtaining their ARDS licence and Motorsport UK licence (also funded by Reis Motorsport), and being available to attend the agreed race weekend. The prize is subject to availability, change and substitution at the Promoter’s sole discretion.

4. The Prize will be:
i.) Arrangement of and funding for ARDS licence (In the event that you are unable to pass the ARDS licence on the day, we reserve the right to choose the next available winner.)
ii.) Funding for Motorsport UK competitor licence
iii.) A funded drive a SMTA Scottish C1 Cup Race Weekend – the seat in the car to take part is supplied by SMRC (Scottish Motor Racing Club) in Association with SMTA.
iv.) Funding for accommodation for the race weekend (up to the value of £80 a night)
The prize does not include transport to the racetrack or to the licensing venue.

5. Acceptance of these terms and conditions is a condition of entry. By entering into the competition, you agree to be legally bound by these terms and conditions. In the event of any conflict between these terms and conditions and any other instructions or terms, these terms and conditions shall prevail where they apply.

6. The Competition will open at 09:30 on Friday 21st February 2020 (“Opening Date/Time”) and will close at 16:30 on Sunday 23rd February 2020 (“Closing Date/Time”). If you enter either before the Opening Date or after the Closing Date your entry will not be accepted. Multiple entries are allowed, but only your fastest lap time will be taken.

7. To enter the Competition you will need to visit the Reis stand (Stand 2-436) at Reis Race Retro, and achieve the fastest lap time on the simulator on stand and supply the required details during the competition opening date and closing date.

8. After the Closing Date the winner will be notified by Friday 28th February 2020. If the Prize is unclaimed by midday on Friday 13th March 2020, the Prize shall be deemed unclaimed or unaccepted and a supplementary Winner may be chosen at the Promoter’s sole discretion. Once notified of your win we ask you not to publish anything until Reis Motorsport consent. A Reis member of staff will be in contact to confirm and discuss all details. The Promoter shall not be held responsible or any failure by the Winner to take advantage of the Prize for any reason and no alternative will be provided. It is your responsibility to inform the Promoter of any change to your contact address or e-mail address.

9. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for entries submitted incorrectly or delayed, that do not comply with the terms and conditions.

10. The Promoter’s decision as to entrants taking part and the Winner is final. No correspondence relating to the Competition will be entered into.

11. Our liability to you for any direct, indirect or consequential damage or loss is excluded to the maximum extent permitted by law and in particular we will have no liability to the Winner or to any other third party in respect of any issue which affects the quality or fitness for any particular purpose of the Prize or any damage or loss resulting from making use of the Prize. You further accept that any replacement or substitution of the Prize is at our sole discretion and we are under no obligation to do so.

12. The Prize is non exchangeable, non-transferable and no cash alternative is available. There is no cost to enter the Competition. The Winner agrees not to sell, offer to sell or use the Prize for any commercial or promotional purpose (including placing the Prize on an internet auction site) in the six months following being awarded the prize.

13. By entering the Competition you consent to the Promoter’s use of your personal data for the purposes of administering the Prize and offering you a Reis Motorsport insurance policy quote at the time of your renewal period. This data will not be shared with non-affiliated third parties unless you have expressly consented to this on the data capture form. Additionally when entering the competition you will be given the choice of electing to receive further information on products, services and offers we believe may be of interest to you.

14. If you are the Winner, you may be required to take part in any post-competition publicity as reasonably required by us, which may include publication of your name, photographs of you, video, and/or voice recordings. The Promoter will confirm your consent before publishing.

15. The Promoter agrees to comply with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 2018 and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) including any subordinate legislation made under it and any provision amending, superseding it or re-enacting it (whether with or without modification).

16. We will endeavour to store/use your personal details in line with our Privacy Policy which can be found at https://reis.co.uk/privacy-policy/.

17. The Promoter, reserves the right, at their discretion, to:
(i) Amend these terms and conditions; and
(ii) Disqualify any entrants who do not comply with these terms and conditions or has acted fraudulently in any way; and
(iii) suspend or cancel the Competition at any time and without providing any prior notice, if in its opinion it is deemed necessary or if circumstances arise outside its control; and
(iv) Substitute the Prize or any element of the Prize including the Prize value in the event that the Prize cannot be provided to the Winner.

18. The Promoter cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for any technical failure or malfunction, availability or functionality or otherwise or any other problem with any server, system, network or mobile operator or service provider or otherwise which may result in any registration not being properly logged, not recorded or recognised.

19. Nothing in these terms and conditions shall limit or exclude the Promoter’s liability for:

i.) Death or personal injury caused by its negligence;
ii.) Fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation.

20. Subject to clause 19 and to the maximum extent permitted by law, the Promoter shall not be liable for any claims or actions of any kind whatsoever for damages or losses to persons, the Winner, of property which may be sustained in connection with the receipt, ownership and/or use of the Prize or any element of the Prize, any acts or omissions of its agents.

21. If any of these terms and conditions are found by a competent court or other competent authority to be void or unenforceable, that term or condition shall be modified to the minimum extent necessary to make it valid, legal and enforceable.

22. This Competition is governed by English law and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

Important Additional Information about the Motorsport UK Competition Licence:
To take part in the race weekend you will require an RS Interclub licence to compete. This is a paid licence and Reis Motorsport are providing funding for the licence. More information on the required licensing can be found here: https://www.motorsportuk.org/competitors/competition-licences/
As a holder of a Motorsport UK licence, you receive Personal Accident Cover as part of your membership fee.

Important Additional Information about the ARDS licence:
ARDS (Association of Racing Driver Schools) represents all Racing Schools in the UK and is recognised by the Motorsport UK, which delegates the responsibility for regulating member Racing Schools and for licensing circuit instructions to ARDS.
ARDS Member Schools operate the initial Novice Drivers Training Course – previously known as the ARDS test, and a requirement for drivers applying for their first race licence – as well as the Advanced and Junior Drivers Race Training Courses. The ARDS test involves:
• Watching an MSUK video
• A two part written assessment to check knowledge of Section Q of the MSUK Competitors and Officials Yearbook (Blue Book) on Car Racing
• A 20-minute lapping session where an instructor will assess your track driving
You will need to hold a full drivers licence and during the assessment must be able to demonstrate that you are a competent circuit driver and that you can lap consistently in a safe and controlled manner amongst other traffic. You must also show your knowledge of the racing line and ultimately assure the instructor that you are safe and able to enter your first race.