These are the finalized rules, also available in print form
Rule Book Disclaimer
The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. These rules shall govern the condition of all events, and by participating in these events, all participants are deemed to have complied with these rules. NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM PUBLICATIONS OF OR COMPLIANCE WITH THESE RULES AND / OR REGULATIONS. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant, spectator or official.
The race director shall be empowered to permit minor deviation from any of the specifications herein or impose any further restrictions that in his opinion do not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM SUCH ALTERATION OF SPECIFICATIONS. Any interpretation or deviation of these rules is left to the discretion of the officials. Their decision is final.
Gates open 5:30 pm.
Hot laps till 6:00 pm. Practice time.
Drivers meeting before qualifying. Pit crew welcome.
Time trials ( qualifying) 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
National Anthem. All drivers and track personal line up on track. All other people in the pit line up as directed.
The first dash of the night. Cars should be lined up on the track before the National Anthem.
The second dash. Cars should lined up in the pit.
Trophy dashes. Cars that time in are eligible. 4 cars for 4 laps. No points. Trophies only.
Heat races. Must complete one green flag lap to qualify for points.
Main events. Must complete one green flag lap to qualify for points. One full lap does not have to be completed by all cars before the race is officially started.
Gates open. Fans allowed down on track to meet drivers.
TRACK RULES – ALL CLASSES
DRIVER RULES – ALL CLASSES
TRANSPONDER RULES – ALL LOCAL CLASSES
All transponders must be mounted using a proper bracket. Mounted at least one foot behind the rear axle. The transponders must also be mounted in such a way that the dark grey portion of the transponder has a clear view of the racetrack, with no metal or carbon fiber in the way, and at least one foot of clearance towards the rear of the car. For exceptionally small cars an exception may be made.
DISQUALIFICATION – ALL CLASSES
If disqualified because of a black flag followed by a red flag the car will lose all points for that race and may not be able to compete in any other race that night.
If failing to pass post race tech inspection the car will lose trophy and points for that race and depending on the severity of the infraction may lose all trophies, points, records, prize money, tow-dough for that night, and may also have a one race suspension imposed. Tech discretion.
If a car is disqualified for being illegal the remainder of the field will move up in points.
PROTESTS – ALL CLASSES
Prize money will be withheld on all protested cars until protest has been ruled on.
Any protest as to the legality of a car must be submitted in writing to Tech. and must contain a specific reason or reasons for complaint. The protest must be signed by the maker and a cash deposit must be submitted with the protest. If the car is found to be legal, the deposit will go the owner to help pay for gaskets etc. and any inconvenience caused. If the car is found to be illegal, the deposit will be refunded. A $125.00 deposit is required for any protest dealing with the engine of a car. A $75.00 deposit required for a protest dealing with any other parts of a car. Tech. will use discretion in making a decision.
FLAGS – ALL CLASSES
Drivers must know the meaning of, recognize, and obey each flag.
Failure to obey the flags will result in loss of position at finish and /or fine or disqualification from the event, at the discretion of the starter.
GREEN FLAG: Go. Race has started, no passing before the start / finish line, except on single file
restart, when you can see the green flag, go.
YELLOW FLAG: Caution. Slow down to a safe speed. No passing. Pull into a single file. Race line up
will revert back to the last completed green flag lap. Yellow flag laps do not count as recorded laps.
RED FLAG: Stop. Race is stopped. Come to a complete stop within a reasonable distance.
Allow the cars following, room to stop. Proceed to line-up when directed.
BLACK/ORANGE CIRCLE FLAG: Mechanical. Report to infield. Repair and return with approval of an official.
BLUE OR YELLOW: Hold Position. Car flagged is being lapped. Check to rear so as not to cut off
BLACK FLAG: Consultation.. When a driver receives a full black flag, he or she will slow down and pull into the pit as soon as possible and consult with an official. If a driver does not pull in within 3 laps the race may be stopped and the driver will be disqualified.
WHITE FLAG: Final lap.
CHECKERED FLAG: Race is over. No extra laps except the winning car(s). Winning car(s) proceed to start / finish line.
Two Perpendicular Flags: Give racing room.
A Yankee start is when the green flag is thrown and a car passes the pole position car by one full car length before the start-finish line. If a Yankee start has occurred, the race may proceed, with the trophy and/or win, (points), going to the appropriate car. Not all starts that some people think was a Yankee start will be called because there are a lot of different circumstances to look at before this call should be made.