2015 GENERAL TRACK RULES
Race receivers will be required for all divisions! DEFAULT CHANNEL 454.000
No Radios in any division
All drivers are responsible for registering their car each night
All divisions except the mini stocks are required to run transponders. They are available for rent $15/night
Track officials will determine any fines or penalties upon assessment of the severity of the rules broken.
FIRE SUITS MANDATORY/ASA or SNELL HELMETS MANDATORY
YOU MUST HAVE A TOW HOOK OR CHAIN ON THE FRONT & REAR
It will not be necessary to use track fuel to collect points.
Anyone going on the track for hot laps must be in complete safety attire.
Fireproof clothing must not be torn.
Anyone not getting to the track at least 30 minutes before race time will push the field, if the officials have not been notified.
The track is not responsible for ANY racecar left on the track if the driver leaves the car.
Drivers doing spin-outs or speeding in the pits will not go back out on the track, and will be suspended for two weeks that the track races.
Crew members are not permitted on the track. Track Officials may provide assistance to a car that needs attention Example (body fender rubbing on tire) to best of their ability, per circumstance.
All cars must have a readable number on the front, rear, doors and roof.
FINES AND/OR SUSPENSIONS WILL BE IMPOSED FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Anyone fighting on the track or in the pit area will incur a two (2) week suspension and a $500.00 fine. The fine MUST be paid before the individual will be permitted to return to competition. The car will also not be permitted to return for the 2-week period, even with a different number or driver if the owner of the car was the person suspended.
Anyone who drives a car without registering both car and driver.
If any driver, crew member, or family member goes to another car or pit without an official.
Any abusive physical or verbal altercations with officials or employees.
If any car goes on to the race track after the races are over without permission.
Anyone not making requested changes to car by specified time.
Anyone caught allowing access through the fence or by providing others with tickets.
Anyone failing to leave the track when ordered to do so.
Anyone going to the flag stand or upstairs to confront an official.
Anyone leaving tires at the track will forfeit their money won for that night.
Shocks: a driver who finished on the lead lap only must make the claim proceeding the feature event. Cash must be presented that night to the driver of the shocks being claimed; who can then chose to take the cash per shock or trade any shock desired. The driver with the shocks being claimed must abide by the rule or forfeit their season points and not be permitted to return with the shocks that were claimed.
QUALIFYING FOR FEATURES
All divisions will use a pill draw for heat positions.
The winner of the first heat will then draw numbers 1 thru 12 for feature starting position. Rest of the feature races will be determined by heat finishes.
Example: 2 heats 1st six cars per heat.
3 heats 1st four cars per heat.
4 heats 1st three cars per heat.
26 cars will run features. If more than 26 cars are present a ‘B’-Main will be run to set the starting field.
Leader starts the race in turn 4.
In the feature, when there are 5 laps or less remaining, it will be a single file start after any caution.
A driver that qualified may drive a different car, but must push the field.
You may not re-enter a heat race after exiting the track, except during special events for that class only.
During the feature, a car may re-enter the track during a yellow or with the initial re-start after a yellow.
No use of artificial signaling devises can be used as comunication with driver during racing event.
Driver may not exit his car during a race event period.
Last updated 6/23/2015