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2014 Race Procedures
Updated February 14, 2013
Plymouth Speedway Rules
Plymouth Speedway General Rules - All Classes
General Satety Rules - All Classes
On Track General Rules
Pit Area General Rules
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Super Street Rules
Nitro Crash -O- Rama Rules
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Hot Laps
Hot Laps will be lined up according to race schedule that day. Each car will be allowed one session ONLY during the time division is called. It is at the discretion of race officials to allow any late arrivals to have hot laps.
Heat Races
Pill draw determines heat race lineups.
  Lowest number pill starts pole Heat 1; second lowest pill starts pole Heat 2 and so on.
    1-10 cars: 1 Heat Race - All to A Feature
    11-20 cars: 2 Heat Races - All to A Feature
    30 cars: 3 Heat Races - Top 6 to A Feature - 1 B Feature with Top 4 to B Feature (start 22)
    40 cars: 4 Heat Races - Top 4 to A Feature - 2 B Features with Top 2 to A Feature (start 22)
    50 cars: 5 Heat Races - Top 3 to A Feature - 2 B Features with Top 3 to A Feature (start 22). One provisional allowed.

Heat 1 winner assumes fast time. Heat 2 winner assumes second fastest time and so on.

Heat 1 winner redraws for A Feature starting position (4, 6, 8) immediately after heat race has finished.
Starting grid procedure with no B FEATURE:
  1. Winner Heat 1 draws for invert (4, 6, 8).
  2. Heat 1 winner assumes fast time. Heat 2 winner assumes second fastest and so on.
  3. Heat 1 second place finisher follows last heat race winner.
Starting grid procedure with B FEATURE:
  1. Follow A FEATURE procedures with the Top B FEATURE finishers filling the field.
  2. Positions 17-20 (or appropriate based upon car count) are filled with up to 6 transfers from B FEATURE.
Starting grid procedure:
  1. Drivers not transferring through heat race will make up the field.
  2. Finish position in heat race will determine lineup.
  3. Top Finishers (number determined by car count) have option to transfer to A FEATURE (see B FEATURE Challenge below)
  4. Any transfer from the B FEATURE to A FEATURE forfeit B FEATURE earnings and points
Each B FEATURE winner will receive a trophy and a monetary award (varies per class). 2nd and 3rd place finishers will receive and additional monetary award. Each of the Top 3 (or appropriate number based upon car count) that are eligible for A FEATURE transfer have the option of accepting their monetary award or forfeiting it for an A FEATURE start. If one, two, or all eligible transfers decide not to transfer to A FEATURE, then the next eligible finishers in that B FEATURE have the option of accepting the transfer and so on until the A FEATURE field is complete.
**All ties are determined by heat race finish first and then heat race numberPlymouth Speedway reserves the right to change these procedures at any point during the season.
Plymouth Speedway reserves the right to change these procedures at any point during the season.
For any questions on the Plymouth Speedway rules, please call Tech Director Mike Zielinski 1-(574) 532-7969
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