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Rules & Regulations

  1. Vehicles are to stay in the pit area after check-in. NO RIDING AROUND THE FACILITY.
  2. Each vehicle must retain stock appearance as manufactured, including but not limited to stock shock absorbers, body, motor, swing arms, etc.
  3. The decision of race officials is final.

PARTICIPATION WAIVER REQUIREMENTS:

  1. 17 years of age and under must produce at entry an injury waiver that is signed by a parent or legal guardian in order to participate.
  2. 18 years or older must sign an injury waiver at entry to participate.
  3. Combustion engines only
  4. No nitrous oxide or alcohol based fuel permitted. Petroleum based fuel only may be used. Fuel can only be carried inside the machine’s fuel tank and must be stored in approved containers.
  5. Machines may be inspected or tested by officials any time prior to, during, or after the event.
  6. Riders / Drivers are responsible for the actions of their entire pit crew.
  7. Maximum machine width is 65 inches.
  8. Each driver must bring his or her own vehicle to staging line unassisted.
  9. Race officials may reject a novice driver from competition, if in their opinion, they feel the driver is unable to handle the vehicle.
  10. Competitors are not permitted on the start line until authorized.

CLOTHING REQUIREMENTS:

  1. All drivers must wear either eye goggles or full face shield at all times. Face shield must remain closed.
  2. Leather over the ankle boots with toe guards and protective gloves must be worn.
  3. Long pants and long sleeves must be worn.
  4. Back, chest and neck protection is recommended.

DRAG RACING AREA:

  1. All drag racing will be conducted on a dirt surface.
  2. Starting will be done by Flag drop at the start line.
  3. False starts will be determined visually by a race official.
  4. Winner will be determined visually by a race official and XtremeScore Timing System.
  5. Two side by side race tracks will be marked by white chalk lines.
  6. The track will be prepared to ensure a safe and fair drag race. This may include digging the track, watering, grading and compacting.
  7. All vehicles will be inspected for safe operation, brakes, tires, and throttle.
  8. It will be the determination of the track officials to cancel racing due to unsafe weather conditions. No refunds.
  9. Racer’s should bring their own ABC Rated fire extinguisher for their pit area.

CONDUCT OF DRAG RACING EVENT:

  1. All racers planning to drag race must register and pay the $20.00 pit entry fee.
  2. The order and bracket set up will be made available prior to start of drag racing.
  3. Officials will place a number on the right side of the helmet so officials, announcer, and fans will be able to identify the driver.
  4. Drivers are to stay with their vehicle during the class they are entered in. Failure to stay with your vehicle can result in disqualification.
  5. Any vehicle that touches the white line will be out of bounds and will be disqualified.
  6. Winners from their class will return to the staging lane immediately in order to receive staging instructions for the next race.
  7. No speeding or unsafe operations of any vehicle in the pit area or parking area is permitted. Vehicles operating in an unsafe manner can result in disqualification and ejection from the event and/or the facility.
  8. All drag racing decisions made by officials such as winner and possible disqualifications are final with no appeal process.

dirt bike description

A dirt bike is an off road two wheeled motorcycle that travels on knobby tires and has suspsion to accomodate uneven ground conditions.

  1. Machines must be clearly marked with engine size.
  2. No more than 1 person per vehicle.
  3. Dirt bike must be intact with all manufacturer safety features in working order. Any attachments and accessories to the dirt bike must be fully secured.

FOUR WHEELER (ATV) DESCRIPTION

What is a 4-wheeler (ATV)? An all-terrain vehicle (ATV), also known as a quad, quad bike, four-wheeler or quadricycle as defined by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is a vehicle that travels on low pressure tires with a seat that is straddled by the operator along with handlebars for steering control.

  1. Machines must be clearly marked with engine size.
  2. No more than 1 person per vehicle.
  3. The 4-wheeler (ATV) vehicle must be intact with all manufacturer safety features in working order. Any attachments and accessories to the vehicle must be fully secured.

STOCK CLASS – GAS ONLY:

  1. NOT permitted in stock classes.
  2. Studs or nuts and bolts in threads Wheelie bars
    • Three wheelers
    • Passengers
  3. Permitted in stock classes
    • Gas Vehicles, 4WD, and 2WD
    • Automatic and standard transmissions
    • Rubber paddle or stock tires

Classes will be combined or created at the discretion of the race officials as needed.

SIDE BY SIDE UTV DESCRIPTION

What is a side by side (UTV)? Side by Side (UTV) (often written as “SxS”) is a small 2-6 person four wheel drive off-road vehicle, also called a UTV (utility task vehicle)

  1. Machines/engines must be clearly marked with engine size.
  2. Seat belts must be intact and worn at all times.
  3. No more than 1 person per vehicle.
  4. Any attachments and accessories to the vehicle must be fully secured.
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