|Any rough driving
as determined by track officials will result in a black flag for the
offending driver. All drivers must heed the black flag. Failure to
heed the black flag will result in driver being parked for the rest
of the night and possibly further sanctioning as determined by the
||Any cars wishing to start
at the tail of any race must notify the pit steward prior to the lineup
of that race. We highly recommend
any new drivers wishing to start at the tail of heat races inform
pit steward or race director immediately upon entering the racing
||Any car experiencing mechanical
problems during their racing event shall either exit the track safely
or move car to the infield inside the small track. A caution will
be thrown for any car stopped on the big track.
||The car that causes the caution
during any racing event will be put to the rear. Any car(s) that causes
a red flag situation will also be put to the rear. It is at the discretion
of the race director to determine who the caution car(s) is/are.
||If driver causes 2 (two) cautions
during a HEAT or BMAIN race, that driver will be black flagged and
sent to the pits. His/her finish position will be determined at conclusion
of the racing event. It is at the discretion of the flagman to warn
drivers during the event for rough driving.
||A 2-caution rule will NOT
be in place for any AMAIN events. However, if it is deemed by race
officials that a driver is driving recklessly, he/she will be blacked
flagged and sent to the pits. This may be determined at any point
during the racing event. His/her final position will be determined
at conclusion of the racing event.
||Each race will start after
one warm-up lap. All cars will enter track in Turn 2.
||For the small track, all cars
will enter the track in Turn 2 of the big track and proceed onto the
big track front stretch and then move to the front stretch of the
||All starts will be in Turn
4. There will be NO PASSING until you have passed the orange cone
at the start/finish line. No one is to race below the orange cone
during the starts. Any passing prior to the cone will result in 2
positions lost by offender unless the offending driver gives back
all the positions gained prior to completing the next green flag lap.
It is at the discretion of the race director if those positions were
given back. If applicable (and if the positions werent given
back by driver) during the next caution, the offending driver will
be penalized those 2 positions. If there is no caution and the race
ends, the offending driver will lose 2 positions from their finishing
position. If a driver passes before the cone and overtakes several
cars, that driver may be black flagged and sent to the pits versus
losing just 2 positions. If a driver continues to pass before the
cone in any one race event, it is at the race directors discretion
to black flag and send that offending driver to the pits.
||All re-starts will be single-file
unless it is a complete re-start (meaning the first lap was never
completed). If the field is unable to complete one full lap after
3 attempts, the cars will be lined up single-file. If the front row
of any race is unable to start evenly after 2 attempts as determined
by the race director, one or both cars will be sent to the rear of
the field. If it is a heat race, one or both cars will be scored based
upon their original starting position.
||Any drivers stopping on the
racing surface for any reason during a caution, unless told so by
an official to stop, will restart at the rear of the field. The only
exceptions to this rule is if a driver is in need of medical assistance,
or a drivers safety equipment has malfunctioned, or a driver
is concerned about the safety of other drivers due to another car/competitor
having mechanical issues (i.e. leaking fuel).
||Heat race and BMAIN winners
can have their picture taken in the infield where designated.
||Top 3 finishers of the AMAIN
must stop on the big track front stretch with engines off.
5 finishers of the AMAIN must go to the tech area in the pits IMMEDIATELY
following the race. Failure to do so may result in disqualification.
It is NOT the responsibility of track officials to make sure the top
5 cars make it to the tech area.