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  1. No person shall be allowed in pit area without a pit pass.  Pit pass are $10.00 for adults, 5 and under $5.00 for family or pit crew.
  2. All drivers must register before entering race track to race or practice.
  3. Takes two (2) racers to make a class.  If there are not enough racers to make a separate class, the class may be combined with one of similar performance.
  4. All karts must scale at end of the race and meet minimum weight for class. Failure to make weight will be reported to scorers immediately and the driver will not receive points for that heat.  All engines to be shut off at the scales. DO NOT DRIVE ON TO SCALE. Please push karts on to scale.
  5. Open tire rules for all class. See class structure for tire size.
  6. Safety equipment for driver as per WKA
  7. Parts such as nose cone, side pod, and so forth may not fall off kart at any time. Driver will be black flagged and scored as such for that heat/race.
  8. Numbers MUST be legible on all 4 sides.
  9. Karts must pass tech inspection by the pit steward before entering the racing surface.  It is the responsibility of the driver to have the kart teched.  Tech area will be at the scale.
  10. Karts will have 90 seconds after signaled to leave the grid to enter the race. No re-starts once the kart enters the race surface.
  11. Start is controlled by the flagman.
  12. Pole setter sets a slow pace for controlled start.  Accelerates only within start area.  Any kart jumping the start after two attempted starts will go to the rear.
  13. No class will have more than 12 karts unless special permission of race promoter.
  14. Any kart roll over must sit out that race and must pass tech inspection, along with the driver, before the next heat/race.
  15. There will be no free re-starts.
  16. Use of yellow flags by corners workers are for caution only.  Racers are to hold their line and position for that area only.  If the track is blocked, a full course yellow will be displayed by flagman and the race will be re-started.  Person responsible for bringing out the full yellow flag will go to the rear.  Restart line up will go back to the last completed lap.
  17. When a red flag is displayed, all racers are to stop and shut off their karts as soon as possible.
  18. The judgment of the flagman and track personnel will be FINAL!
  19. No bicycles, motorcycles, mini-bikes, skate boards, scooters, etc. are allowed on the grid or spectator areas.
  20. NO USE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES allowed in pits during races.
  21. Suspension will be number of races, not weeks.  If the race is rained out the week of the suspension that week will not count as the suspension race.
  22. Points – Each driver will be allowed to “drop” two of their lowest point weeks.  If a week, or two, of racing is missed, those two weeks will be counted as the lowest point weeks.  A DQ can not be used as a drop.
  23. Rain policy. Races will be raced as schedule if it rains or the track is in a wet condition. Races will only be canceled if it is a down pour, or lighting is in the area. Races will not be called off until noon on race day. No rain outs will be made up.
  24. You must race in 60% of the weekly races to be eligible for year end awards.
  25. Weights need to have a safety clip or must have double nuts on bolts. Weights must also be painted white.

 

  1. Protest Rule: TNT will have an engine protest rule for all classes. Protest must be in writing along with $50.00 and turned in to the tech area within15 mins after the feature race for that class. $25 goes to the tech official and $25 to the driver being teched if the motor is found to be legal. If motor is found to be illegal the driver is disqualified for that race. Driver forfits win, points, and money for that event. The driver paying for the protest will get $25 back if motor is found to be illegal. If the disqualified driver feels his motor was not checked correctly, motor can be impounded by the track and taking to Stan Long to retech. Stan will have the final call on this protest should this scenario arise. 
  2. Technical inspections will include:  at a minimum, the 1st place kart; at a maximum, the top 1/3 of the field. Items to be inspected will be chosen on a random basis and will reference directly to the respective governing rules (WKA, TaGUSA, AKRA, IKF, etc.).  As in a protest scenario, any technical inspection in question can be impounded for further evaluation by Stan Long for retech.
  3. Scoring. All races will be scored by hand. Any calls on the track that want to be questioned by the driver or the kart owner must be addressed to the track officials or flagman, not the scoring official. Scoring official can’t reverse any calls made by the flagman or track officials. Any driver or crew member who chooses to argue with the scoring official at any time will be disqualified for that event. Driver you are responsible for your crew members.
  4. Driver meeting will be held after all practice is completed. All drivers must attend.
  5. Practice, each class will have a 10 min practice session. No mixing of class for practice unless instructed by track officials.  Each class will have equal practice time. Practice will end 15 mins before heat races start.

Drivers will draw for starting position for the first heat, 2nd heat line up will be inverted. Feature line up on points earned in both heat races. Driver with most points starts on pole