Rules and Regulations

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RULES AND REGULATIONS

GENERAL RULES

1) The rules and/or regulations set forth herein do not express or imply warranty of safety, from publication of, or, compliance with these rules and/or regulations. They are intended as a guide for the conduct and are in no way a guarantee against injury to participants. By entering or competing at the facility, you are agreeing to the terms of these and any other posted rules.
2) Rule and procedure changes may be made at any time with or without prior notice.
3) Management reserves the right to reject or allow the entry of any car, driver, or person for any reason.
4) No intoxicating beverages, narcotics, or illegal substances are to be consumed and/or used during any event, by anyone, entering the racing facility.
5) Verbal or physical abuse of any official or other entrant on premises, is, strictly prohibited. Fighting on premises at any time will subject offender(s) to possible suspension & ejection. Any fighting by a driver or a team member will result in the driver or drivers being disqualified from the event. Any driver that is disqualified from any event will forfeit any monies that they may receive for that night.
6) Officials must be immediately notified of any car or driver change. Any changes will result in the driver and car starting at the tail of the next race they were eligible to start.
7) Drivers earn starting positions in races, cars do not. If a driver scratches to allow another driver to drive their car, the second driver must have already been eligible for the race they wish to enter.
8) All decisions of scoring judges & officials are final.
9) Drivers, owners, and/or crew members have no claims against management or any official due to disqualification or damage to driver or equipment resulting in an altercation arising from un-sportsman-like conduct on behalf of drivers, owners, and/or crew members.
10) The Press Box is off limits to all participants at all times, unless permission is granted by the Race Director.
11) No Driver or Crew Member shall interfere with the flagman at anytime.
12) Anyone bringing legal action against the speedway, management, and/or officials will be suspended indefinitely.
13) Whenever it is deemed dangerous, unsafe, or unjustified to continue any racing event, it may be stopped at any point by the discretion of management.
14) Per given race night, race cars must claim 1 class only, however, a driver may drive in more than 1 class by paying for a second Pit Pass at the Pit Gate.
15) All pit entrants must sign a voluntary waiver & release from liability & indemnity agreement, and pay for and receive an authorized pit pass.
16) Make absolutely sure you keep your authorized pit pass. In the event of a rain-out, it is the only means by which you will be allowed admittance on the rescheduled date. Your signature on pit sheets, or “Don't you remember me?”, is not acceptable to gain re-admittance!
17) Anyone caught illegally entering pits & cannot produce an authorized pit pass will be immediately ejected from track. Management reserves the right to ask for proof of admission at any time. Management also reserves the right to pursue legal action against anyone trespassing anywhere on speedway property.
18) Pay-off procedure: Only owner and/or driver may pick up any prize monies. Be prepared to show a valid driver's license or some other form of I.D. if you are asked.
19) Prize monies left unclaimed over 14 days will become the property of 201 Speedway.
20) The management reserves the right due to inclement weather conditions and/or any unforeseen conditions, to make changes in the posted pay-off structure. You will be notified as soon as possible if this condition arises.
21) A Rain-out will be declared unless the 1st Feature Race is complete. After that point NO RAIN CHECKS will be issued. Any Feature with ½ the laps completed will be paid according to the way they were running when rained out.
22) Receivers are mandatory in all divisions during all competitive laps. At certain times drivers may also be asked to use their Receiver during hot laps.
23) Due to insurance regulations, 4 wheelers are only permitted in the pit area. They are NOT allowed in the parking lots or any other areas of the track. Also, 4 wheelers may only be operated by persons 16 years of age or older.


SAFETY EQUIPMENT

1) Full containment racing seats are Strongly Recommended. All seats must be mounted properly & securely per the Technical Directors recommendations. The use of Grade 5 or better hardware is also required to attach the seat to the chassis.
2) The use of a 5, 6 or 7 point driver restraint system certified to SFI Spec 16.1 or 16.5 is REQUIRED no exceptions. All driver restraint systems shall not be in excess of 3 years of age past the date of manufacture. The use of a 7 point driver restraint system is strongly recommended. All mounting points of the racing harness MUST be mounted properly in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, and securely mounted to the chassis with the use of grade 5 or better hardware.
3) Window Nets certified to SFI Spec 27.1 are highly recommended and must be mounted in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and technical director’s satisfaction.
4) A driveline "sling" is REQUIRED.
5) A helmet certified to Snell SA2000, SA2005 or SA2010 Standard or SFI Spec 31.1A, 31.1/2005 or 31.1/2010 is REQUIRED.
6) A driver suit certified to SFI Spec 3.2A/5 is REQUIRED.
7) Gloves certified to SFI Spec 3.3/5 are REQUIRED.
8) Eighteen (18)-gauge steel or one and one-eighth inch (1 1/8") aluminum "cockpit tub" to protect front, sides and rear of driver is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
9) Head and Neck Restraint Devices/Systems are Highly Recommended.


ON TRACK RULES

1) Working on cars, on track, is prohibited.
2) No one except drivers, their cars, & track officials are allowed on track after racing begins.
3) Two (2) courtesy laps will be given for a flat during the A-Main ONLY (no courtesy laps during heats or b-mains).
4) We make judgement calls on all cautions.
5) Officials reserve the right to penalize drivers that either directly cause or intentionally cause a caution. If officials determine that a driver intentionally caused a caution, officials may disqualify the driver for the night.
6) Any car causing 2 cautions in a single race will be black flagged.
7) Anything dragging or hanging on a car that is determined unsafe will cause that car to be black flagged.
9) Under a red flag, there is no working on cars on the track. Cars will not be allowed to go to infield for work.
10) After receiving the checkered flag, cars are to slow down and exit the track into the infield entrance on the backstretch. DO NOT stay in the throttle or continue around the track.
11) Anyone jumping the start will be given a one row penalty.
12) On the third complete restart of any race, which is not the result of someone jumping; the field may be put in single file order.


IN-RACE RULES & PROCEDURES

1) Receivers are Mandatory in all Late Model, Open-wheel Modified, Sportsman, and Street Stock events.
2) All regular show events in all divisions will have a one minute per lap time limit starting with the initial green flag. Once the time limit is passed, the race will be allowed to continue until there is a caution flag or the race is completed. If a caution occurs, the race will be given one chance at a “green-white-checkered” finish. If another caution comes out, the race will be considered complete at that point.
6) On the third complete, “non-jumping” restart of any race, the field may be put in single file order.
9) You may enter the infield at any entrance under Green flag. YOU MAY NOT RE-ENTER THE TRACK DURING GREEN FLAG CONDITIONS. Once the car is in the infield it will be considered out for the remainder of that event.
10) Under a red flag, there is no working on cars on the track. Cars will not be allowed to go to infield for work.
13) Officials will not work on cars, they will only pull sheet metal off of a tire under cautions.
14) Due to insurance regulations, 4 wheelers are only permitted in the pit area. They are NOT allowed in the parking lots or any other areas of the track. Also, 4 wheelers may only be operated by persons 16 years of age or older.
15) Double file restarts will be used on all Feature events. Procedures are as follows:
Once under yellow, cars will be put in single file order with all lapped cars going to tail.
Leader of the race will have the first row alone.
Second place car will be given choice of inside or outside row. When asked, drivers should give a clear indication to the official as to which row is chosen. Track officials reserve the right to make lane choice for driver if clear indication not given.
Third place car will go in opposite row from the second place car. Fourth place will go behind second place, fifth behind third and so on.
Each row does NOT make their own selection. Cars attempting to go in a different row than they are assigned will be sent to the tail.
16) Officials reserve the right to revert to single file starts if required due to time or track conditions.
17) 201 Speedway will use Receivers at all events. Receivers are small, one-way radios that allow a designated speedway official to talk to the drivers in order to speed up caution periods and prevent further wrecks. More information is available below.
a. Receiver model used: Elite 1600
b. Frequency used: 454.0000
c. Sale price: $115
d. Rental price: $10 (renter must provide own ear buds) Ear buds sold for $10.

 

SUPER LATE MODEL RULES

Body Rules:
World of Outlaw Late Model Series or Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
**Steel Blocks can run a 10" rear spoiler.**

Weight:
Aluminum Block: 2300 lbs.
Steel Block: 2200 lbs.

Tire Rule:

Front Tires
:
Open

Rear Tires
:
Hoosier: 1300 or Harder
American Racer: 44 or Harder
Both tires must punch '40' prior to qualifying and before each race!

Misc:
Raceiver are MANDATORY at all events.

 

OPEN WHEEL MODIFIED RULES

Body Rules:
UMP Body Rules Apply

Weight:
UMP Weight Rules Apply

Tire Rule:
Hoosier: A, H, Hard or Extra Hard
American Racer: Hard or Extra Hard
All tires must punch at least '55' prior to qualifying and before each race!

Misc:
Raceiver are MANDATORY at all events.

 

BOMBER RULES

Body Rules:
1) Any American Steel Production Car. No Sub- Compacts Allowed. Must be Complete OEM Body, OEM Replacement steel Panels, “Trunk and hood can be Aluminum but Must remain stock appearing.”
2) Bodies must retain all stock OEM dimension and original body lines and contours
3) Bodies that appear to be flat sided and/or do not have stock contours and stock appearance will not be permitted.
4) Must have stock Floor Pan or equivalent
5) Must have Steel Front Fire Wall between Driver and Engine Compartment
6) Must have Fire Wall between Drivers Compartment and Fuel Cell
7) Doors must be welded or bolted shut
8) Protective bars or screen for drivers protection mandatory
9) No open body rear ends. May use stock appearing plastic type or thin metal
10)
No bars to protrude outside the body
11) 8 inch rear spoiler maximum

Engine:
1) Steel block and heads only
2) 23 degree heads only
3) #1 spark plug cannot be past ball joint
4) HEI and MSD ignition
5) Headers Allowed
6) 2 or 4 Barrel Carburetor, Only one carburetor
7) Engine must match the make of the car
8) Radiator must remain in stock location
9) No Electric fuel pumps
10) Fire extinguisher mandatory
11) If battery is in drivers compartment, it must be securely mounted and covered

Chassis:
1) Full Stock Frames Only, Uni - Body may be tied together
2) 108” Wheel base minimum
3) Hidden screw jacks allowed in front, Screw Jacks allowed in rear
4) Fuel cell mandatory, must be located in the trunk and securely fastened

Suspension:
1) 1 shock per wheel only, in stock location. No coil over’s, aluminum body or adjustable shocks
2) All front steering components must remain stock
3) No 4 bar or z-link rear suspension, no J-bars or lift bars
4) Coil Spring cars will use factory mounting points , 2 uppers and 2 lowers
5) No brake floaters , No Fast Boy setup
6) Top front control arms can be aftermarket no-adjustable replacement, bottom must remain stock.

7) No adjustable heims or aluminum control arms
8) Car must weigh 3000 lbs.
9) Passenger car or truck type rear end, floaters allowed
10) Transmission must have forward and reverse. No direct drive.

Wheels and Tires:
1) 1 " Lug Nut Mandatory
2) 8 inch maximum width wheels and tires
3) American Racer Hard or Extra Hard
4) All tires must punch 55 PRIOR to qualifying, each heat race and feature.

Misc:
Raceiver are MANDATORY at all events.

 

FOUR CYLINDER RULES

Body Rules:
1) Any 4cyl Production 2 wheel drive automobile, front wheel drive allowed
2) Wheelbase must be in accordance with body specifications of car
3) No convertibles, factory steel body. No aluminum
4) All glass must be removed, bars or screen in front of driver
5) Must have stock floor pans and front and rear fire walls
6) If battery is in drivers compartment it must be securely mounted and covered

Engine:
1) Must be stock 4 CYL. And must match manufacture of body
2) Must have stock production head.
3) Must have stock block
4) Must have stock intake
5) Headers will be allowed

Chassis:
1) Stock frames only
2) Stock front and rear suspension
3) Only one shock per wheel allowed
4) All shocks and springs must be in stock location
5) No weight jacks
6) Stock rear end only
7) Radiator in stock location
8) Fire extinguisher mandatory
9) Fuel cell mandatory, must be located in the trunk or securely fastened
10) 6 point roll cage minimum
11) Feature winner must start in the rear of the next feature event
12) No aftermarket transmissions

Tires and Wheels:
1) No American Racer, Hoosiers or racing recaps allowed
2) No bead locks
3) Only 13 and 14 inch wheels allowed. 15 inch only on front wheel drive that came that way stock
4) 8 inches maximum width

Misc:
Raceiver are MANDATORY at all events.

 

WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO MAKE REVISIONS, IF NEEDED!

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 compiled with these rules. NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM PUBLICATIONS OF OR COMPLIANCE WITH THESE RULES ANDIOR 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 reasonable and appropriate 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 Safe 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.

The Management of 201 Speedway.

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