Media accreditation procedure for the 2011 SPEA FIM TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP AT NEVIS RANGE, FORT WILLIAM on 30 – 31 JULY 2011.
AS a major focus for both country and rider 60 of the most accomplished, composed and skilful motorcycle trials riders from 15 countries around the globe will descend on the Scottish Highlands to battle it out for valuable points towards the 2011 SPEA FIM Trial World Championship World Pro (male only at Fort William), World Junior (male and female) and World Youth (male and female) titles.
There will be a real war of attrition between riders as Fort William hosts the penultimate round of eight Grand Prix events; the potential for titles to be both won and lost high on the agenda. (Full details of the event can be found below)
If you you wish to attend the 2011 SPEA FIM TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP AT NEVIS RANGE, FORT WILLIAM, please make an application for a one-event media pass.
For this purpose please download the pdf form at http://www.g2fgroup.com/html/fim/pdf/MediaOneEventApp11.doc, complete and return it to Jake Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org at least seven days prior to the date of the competition.
Those individuals wishing to apply for a one-event media pass, including those working on behalf of the local organiser, must comply with one of the following conditions, before completing and returning the application form to email@example.com at least seven days prior to the date of the competition.
In general, these will be limited to one photographer and one reporter per publication.
1: Applicants must be a current member of a recognised national / international media / press association and can prove the same by way of a valid membership card.
2: Applicants must be a permanent member of staff in a recognised media / press organisation / company and can prove the same by way of a valid business card or a copy of their publication that clearly shows this relationship.
3: Applicants must have been commissioned directly by a press / media company or the local organiser to specifically cover this event, and can provide a letter from a director or editor to confirm the same.
All applications will be thoroughly reviewed, and only those that are deemed correct and appropriate will be granted.
We will confirm our decision one applications have been received.
We reserve the right to refuse any application without the need for explanation, therefore no communication will be entered into in such circumstances.
In the case where no application is received, or the application is made incorrectly or late, we can not guarantee any kind of media accreditation.
The Press Room at Nevis Range will be open as minimum:
Saturday – 08.00hrs to 20.00hrs & Sunday – 08.00hrs to 20.00hrs
Distribution of media passes
Media passes, which have been applied for and granted in advance, will be available for collection during the following hours only.
Saturday – 08.00hrs to 10.00hrs / 14.00hrs to 16.00hrs_Sunday – 08.00hrs to 09.30hrs
We must inform you that all applicants will need to bring a passport / driving license or a credit card, which must be submitted as security for the pass and bib you will receive. This will be returned to them on the safe return of the pass and bib immediately after the event.
FIM media service
High Resolution Images and results from all events can be found on our ftp server – details as listed below – immediately after each event.
Server: ftp.g2fmedia.com_User: anonymous_Password: (not required)
These are supplied by the FIM copyright free for editorial use only.
Over the coming weeks, we will continue to provide regular releases regarding the 2011 event that will contain exclusive content written specially 2011 SPEA FIM TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP AT NEVIS RANGE, FORT WILLIAM.
These pieces will hopefully provide an interesting insight to this great competition and will include interviews with some carefully selected riders. If you wish to receive regular updates, please email your contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You are permitted to film rider interviews and action from the event with no charge providing that this does not exceed in total more than three minutes per event.
Additionally, at no charge, you may request three minutes of edited highlights as filmed by the FIM per event.
For those wishing to film more than three minutes, you must apply for at least seven days prior to the event as part of your one-event media pass application, or as part of your permanent media pass application.
These will be granted to the appropriate parties at the cost of €100 per event or €500 per championship, and are restricted to website use only.
These are restricted to action clips no longer than two minutes in duration and a maximum of ten clips per event.
News features and interviews are restricted to no longer than three minutes in duration and a maximum of ten clips per event combined.
You may seek prior permission from the FIM to link to or embed video from the FIM You Tube Channel.
Only video obtained by these official and authorised means may be used, the use of video sourced outside of these conditions is not permitted.
Filming or publishing video without having been granted the correct rights in advance will result in a fine of €1,000 per event and will result in further sanctions where appropriate.
2011 SPEA FIM Trial World Championship at Fort William
On Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 July, the Nevis Range, Fort William, in the Outdoor Capital of the UK, will again host the UK leg of the 2011 SPEA FIM Trial World Championship, the 36th edition of the biggest, the most important and the best motorcycle trial competition series on the international calendar.
Seven other rounds will be hosted in Germany, France, Japan, Spain, Andorra, Italy and Poland in the 2011 series.
The UK World Trial 2011 also marks the second year of a three year plan that will see the prestigious FIM Trial des Nations being staged at Nevis Range in 2012, as this inter countries competition visits the UK mainland for the first time since the competition started in 1984.
As a major focus for both country and rider 60 of the most accomplished, composed and skilful motorcycle trials riders from 15 countries around the globe will descend on the Scottish Highlands to battle it out for valuable points towards the 2011 SPEA FIM Trial World Championship World Pro (male only at Fort William), World Junior (male and female) and World Youth (male and female) titles.
There will be a real war of attrition between riders as Fort William hosts the penultimate round of eight Grand Prix events; the potential for titles to be both won and lost high on the agenda.
Up to 8,000 spectators are expected to attend this spectacular display of trials in July. The main competition day will be Sunday with Saturday’s timetable offering a mixture of unique and exclusive activities including autograph and meet and greet sessions with the world’s top riders, official practice and mind-blowing displays by Scottish street trials sensation, Danny MacAskill.
Saturday will also be a great day to plan the best viewing points ready for the exciting competition on Sunday.
Tickets for the 2011 SPEA FIM Trial World Championship at Nevis Range, Fort William, are now on sale.
For full details and for further event information visit the official event website – http://www.ukworldtrial.com.
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