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Knowledge of Rules - Speedway race team members are
responsible to familiarize themselves with, and are subject to,
all the policies, rules and regulations set forth herein and
those, which may become effective during the season. Information
contained in any weekly competition comments becomes effective
upon publication. The driver assumes full responsibility for the
car and the pit crew, and shall be the sole spokesman thereof.
Rule changes will be posted on the track internet site and
available in printed form.
Assumption of Risks - Speedway race team members assume
full responsibility for all injuries sustained, including
property damage and death, any time while on the race premises
or in route to or from. No race team member will have any claim
for expenses or damages against the Speedway or its promoters or
officials. No insurance on vehicles in pits or infield.
Insurance Benefit Plan – Each pit entrant must sign the
release sheet for the event when he or she enters the pit area
in order to be entitled to benefits as arranged. READ AND
UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU ARE SIGNING. Anyone involved in an
accident while on the racing premises and who do not report to
the Pit Steward before leaving the premises (providing they are
able to report) will not be eligible for benefits prescribed
under the benefit plan. All insurance benefits are in excess.
Competitor Accident Policy - All injury reports are to be
filed on the date of the mishap with the pit steward and
ambulance squad. Failure to report may result in rejection of
the claim by the insurance company. All injuries are subject to
examination by a track-appointed physician.
Program - Completion of qualifying events constitutes a
program. Race director will have the option to increase the
length and money of the following event’s features with
qualification of preliminary events of rained-out programs
Participation - Competing cars may be inspected by the
Speedway. Such inspection does not deem a car safe and free from
defects. No expressed or implied warranty of safety shall result
from publication of, or compliance with, these rules. Anyone
participating in race activity is assumed to deem inspection of
Pit Area – No private vehicles are allowed in the pit
area, only race car and the tow vehicle. In an effort to make
best use of the pit area, drivers will be directed where to park
their race cars and tow vehicles and will be expected to comply
with parking officials. No one under 14 years of age allowed in
the pit area. Parental permission and releases must be completed
for all persons ages 14-16. Drivers and owners are responsible
for the action of the pit crews and family members and or any
disturbances in the pit areas. If at any time a crew member,
family member, or driver harasses or assaults any official, the
car and driver will be suspended.
Conduct - All competitors will conduct themselves in a
professional manner and show respect to fellow competitors,
track officials and fans.
Alcohol and Drugs - Revocation of pit pass for any
competitor using alcohol and/or drugs before entering race
premises or while in attendance. Any driver, owner, or pit crew
violating this rule will be disqualified and fined any purse
money earned for that event.
Decisions - All decisions concerning score keeping,
disqualification, suspensions, fines and interpretation of rules
by Speedway are final.
Points – Points are official when posted on the track
board or the track internet web site. Owner or driver has seven
days from the posting to protest points. Points are awarded to
car driver, not owner.
Technical Inspection – May be conducted at any time car
is on the track premise. If illegal, that nights program points
and money are lost.
Payoff Procedure - Checks will be mailed to the car owner
on the following business day. If any protest is filed
concerning car specifications, the decision of the officials is
final. Protests must be filed in writing within ten minutes
after race with $200 cash, which will be returned if car is
illegal. If legal, $200 will be split between track and person
In The Event of a Disagreement - Any driver, owner, or
pit crew taking physical action for any reason will be expelled
from the grounds and subject to criminal charges. The car team
will be fined $250 or will be suspended for the next race.
Upon Entering Pit Road - Hood and trunk lids must be
raised or removed for inspection at each event. If you are not
in your starting position in the Line-Up chute when the cars
start onto the track, you will bring up the rear.
Only Speedway Officials – Will be allowed on the track or
in the infield. Crew members may not attend to cars or drivers
on the track or in the infield.