SNF: Photo required for registration
As SNF grows and grows, we need to make changes to adapt to the higher number of participants, as it is no longer as simple as “Hi, I’m Adian’s friend!” when it comes to registering for SNF.
We apologise for the bureaucracy, but new measures and procedures are required in order to maintain control, and more importantly safety. We consistently have 130 cars now. This makes SNF the country’s biggest car motorsports event! It’s getting harder and harder to manage everyone’s safety.
Some new changes, which we will be strict in enforcing:
1. New Entry Form
There is a new and updated SNF Entry Form which allows for multiple drivers to register under a single car-entry and sign indemnity.
Click here to download the new form.
2. Entry Form must be complete
Please ensure that your entry form details is complete upon payment and registration. If it is not complete, we will not accept the Registration. Please no more “Mat Ipoh” or “Man Cheras”, thanks.
3. Photo required
A passport-sized photo/picture is required upon Registration and Payment. The picture does not need to be an actual passport photograph, it can be printed from a computer, and even be black and white.
The purpose of the photo is so that the Scrutineering and Start Line can identify who the driver is, so as long as the photo shows your face and is recognisable, it’s accepted. This is because we do not want a non-registered driver to be able to drive, which will create problems should he crash and be injured.
4. New Registration Closing Date
Registration will now close on the Wednesday evening during the week prior to the event.
This means that for SNF5, which is on 30 July, closing date is 27 July.
All late-registration will face a RM 200.00 late registration fee.
This new closing date is to enable us to arrange all the registration information as necessary.
5. Reminder on Attire
Please be reminded that the following are currently compulsory for SNF:
- Long pants
Thanks for your continued support. As you know, we introduce these changes for the good of the event, not to make it difficult for everyone. See you on 30 July!