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Practice - Regular practice - All practice laps are at
discretion of the Speedway. No practice whatsoever unless
starter, tow truck, safety crew and equipment are in position.
Restart after Race Stopped - If an accident occurs prior
to the completion of one lap, there will be a complete restart
with all cars in their original position, except those involved
go to the rear. Cars involved in accident shall start in the
rear of those not involved. If enough laps have been completed,
race may be called and drivers will be scored and paid for
position they would have had in re-start.
Conduct - Going To Pit - Any car going to the pit area
after the first green flag of each race will report to the rear
of the pack.
Disobey Official - Any cars failing to obey a track
official will be black-flagged.
Single File - Any cars failing to fall in single file
after a yellow flag will be placed at the rear.
Passing On Restart - Any cars that pass prior to the
green and cone on a restart, driver will be penalized two (2)
positions per car passed. Second offense will result in
Lap Flag - Any cars failing to obey the lap flag (blue &
yellow) will be black-flagged. Cars being lapped move to the
inside of the track.
Approaching Starter(s) and Scoring - Under no
circumstances will drivers, owners, pit crews, wives,
girlfriends, etc. approach the starter or scoring booth until
the races are officially over and the scoring sheets are in the
office. Mandatory one race suspension for car team violating
Scales - Drivers will be advised at drivers meeting how
many cars are to report to the scale. Failure to report as
directed will lead to disqualification. Scales are deemed
Delaying Race - Any car that participates in
intentionally halting or delaying any race for any reason shall
be disqualified from that race.
Procedure Under Caution - Position is determined
according to the position cars are running at the time caution
flag is displayed with cars causing caution starting scratch.
Any car dropping out of position except to have legitimate
conference with track officials shall lose position. Under
caution until green, all cars must stay single file. When less
than 50% of the event is completed, cars will run double file
when directed by the officials. Any car failing to take the
first starting green flag will not be allowed to compete.
Accident - Any car stopped due to a mishap when the
yellow flag is displayed and not driven away immediately will be
considered involved in the accident. Any car or cars causing the
race to be re-started (such as spinning out) will be considered
involved in the accident.
Repairs - No car may be attended to on the track. In
infield, only driver may attend to his car. If repairs are
necessary and the yellow or red flag is displayed, a car will be
permitted to pull into the pit area. Upon re-entry during a
yellow or red flag condition, the car will start at the rear of
the field. No race car will be permitted to re-enter track and
re-join race after green flag has been displayed. Only
authorized personnel shall be in the infield at any time during
the race program.
Manner of Driving - Only one person allowed in race car
at any time while on race premises and no part of the driverís
body is to extend outside of closed body of race car during the
race or practice.
Competitor Performance - Continual ill handling or rough
riding will result in disqualification. Any car that leaves the
racecourse may return only in a safe manner.
Car Qualification - The registered driver who qualified
the car in the heat or consolation must drive the car in the
feature event unless the Speedway gives prior approval. All
driver changes must be reported to the Pit Steward. All drivers
that change cars must start at the rear. Failure to report
change results in disqualification for that race. If a driver
qualifies more than one car for the feature, he must drive the
last car that he qualified in the feature.