Rules are highlighted with bold/italicized print are in yellow)
June 4, 2014
– Racing is a very emotional sport. As such, good sportsmanship is the
key element of any competitors racing program. This must include respect
for all participants – drivers, owners, pit crews and officials. For our
part we will make very effort with our rules regardless of whom or what is
involved. We will treat all participants with respect and expect similar
treatment in return. A racer’s pit area is his/her castle – therefore
please stay out of other racer’s pit areas, especially after an incident
where you have been involved with that racer. Drivers – remember that
you are responsible for the actions of your crews. Any offending parties
will be fined appropriately and disciplinary actions will be initiated as
Paso County Speedway (and the Colorado Outlaw Racing Assoc. - hereon C.R.A.)
reserves the right to refuse admission to any party.
1. The General Rules section applies to each and every competitor,
mechanic, and pit personnel. Some items, obviously, do not apply to each
class. If you have questions, please ask an official. Ignorance of the
rules is no excuse for failure to comply.
2. The rules and/or regulations set forth are designed to provide for the
orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable
requirements for each event. All El Paso County Speedway competitors are
deemed to have read and comprehended these rules, and complied with their
content. No expressed or implied warranty of safety shall result from
publication of, or compliance with these rules and regulations. They are
intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and in no way are a
guarantee against injury or death to participants, spectators, or others. All
cars, and driver’s equipment, may be reviewed to determine specification
requirements. Registration stickers must be visible from the front, or
left side of the car, before being allowed onto the racing surface.
3. The officials shall be empowered to permit minor deviation from any of
the specifications herein or impose any further restrictions that, in
their opinion, do not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. No
expressed or implied warranty of safety shall result from such alteration
of specifications. Any interpretation of or deviation from these rules is
left to the discretion of the officials. Their decision is final.
4. The officials and management has final word over technical questions or
5. Management and officials establish the length, frequency, and
administration of all events and programs, and their decision is final.
6. No person may enter the pit/racing area until he/she has signed all
releases, license registrations and/or entry forms. All drivers/owners
must complete the license registration
agreement. A current IRS W-9 form must be on file.
7. Any person under the age of 18 attempting to enter the pit area must
provide a minor release signed by at least one parent and accompanied by
Driver/Owner/Team that intentionally creates an oil spill will be subject
to a fine (1st offense - $100) and/or suspension (2nd
limit in the pit area is 10
mph for all motorized vehicles.
ATV/Golf Cart – no one under the age of 18 is allowed to operate an
ATV/Golf Cart per El Paso County regulations. No
entrant shall allow any pit personnel ride on, or in, their race vehicle
while moving through the pit area, or on the track surface. Penalty for
any of the above - 1st
offense will be a warning, 2nd offense - $50 fine, 3rd
offense - $100 fine, 4th offense – 1 race suspension.
YOU "THE DRIVER" ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR PIT CREW BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER RACES!!
1. When in the pit area, make every effort to maintain a constant watch
for your own protection.
2. Any driver who brings alcohol or other controlled substances into the
pit area, or who is under the influence of such substances, will be
disqualified and suspended. There
is NO alcohol drinking allowed in the Pit Area while the races are
ongoing. If you go to the grandstand area (beer dock) to purchase an
adult beverage, you will have to sacrifice your pit pass (no refund). If
anyone is observed with or caught drinking an adult beverage, it will be
confiscated and they will be IMMEDIATELY escorted out of the pit area (no
refund). If a team is identified as part of the offender, the driver
of that car will be disqualified from the event, and lose all points and
money for the event.
Unless specifically asked by a track official (or if there's an emergency
situation such as a fire), NO driver may get out of their car or stop on the racing surface to argue
or discuss a race situation with the flagman or officials. 1st
violation of this rule will result in $100 fine. 2nd violation
will result in disqualification from that race. 3rd violation
will result in a one (1) race suspension. Any subsequent violation will
result in suspension for the remainder of the season.
4. You and/or your crewmembers may not enter the pit area of any other
driver to argue over race situations. Concerns should be brought to race
officials only. 1st violation of this rule will result in $100
fine. 2nd violation will result in a 1-race suspension. Any
subsequent violation will result in suspension for the remainder of the
5. Every competitor is to participate in every event in which they are
assigned. If a competitor refuses to participate in a race because of a
disagreement with the length, type, pay, or style of the race, they will
be subject to suspension and/or fine of $
6. Any fighting in the pit area will subject the offender to a $100
fine, and the car they are associated
with a suspension for an amount of time to be determined by the
Competition Director. The driver/owner of every car is responsible for
their pit crew and their conduct.
7. No one is allowed in the scorer's booth, flag stand, or announcer's
booth other than El Paso County Speedway (C.R.A.) officials. Violations of
this rule will result in disqualification and/or fine of $
8. Any car owner, driver or crew member in any way is discourteous to an
official or addresses any official in a non-professional manner shall
subject the team or car they are affiliated with a $100 fine for the 1st
offense, and expulsion for the 2nd offense, from El Paso County
Speedway. Any/all accrued
fines must be paid before the owner/driver/crew member will be allowed to
return to the facility.
9. The promoter or race director at their discretion may add further
fines, disqualifications, suspensions, point or position deductions or any
combination to any violation.
driver/owner that is suspended may request an “appeals hearing” in
front of an appointed committee of seven members (4 owner/drivers & 3
tech. advisory committee members). The
promoter will attend this meeting, but in a non-voting capacity. That
“appeals committee” will determine if the suspension is valid, and can
add or deduct to any violation. Any
crew or family of any owner/driver that is suspended for any reason will
not have the resource of an “appeals hearing”.
10. The pit area must be cleared within 90 minutes of the completion of
the race program. This includes every person associated with your racecar.
Failure to do so can result in loss of points for the night or fine. You
may be asked to clear the parking lot as well.
11. Competitors must be in good standing with licensed El Paso County
Speedway vendors and track. Track reserves the right to use purse and/or
point fund checks to compensate vendors or track for expenses.
D. PARTICIPANTS INSURANCE
Available upon request is a certificate of insurance, which covers
everyone signed in at the pit gate. You and your crewmembers are covered
by the best insurance available to any racing facility. If any questions
or problems with insurance come up, contact El Paso County Speedway at
E. LIABILITY INSURANCE
1. Every driver is expected to inspect the racing surface to learn
of any defects, obstructions, or anything else, which, in his or her
opinion, is unsafe for racing. He or she should immediately report any
conditions, if discovered, to officials and/or management. Any driver
entering an event is considered to have inspected the track and found all
conditions satisfactory to them. Drivers understand the risks of auto
racing when they enter an event.
2 . El Paso County Speedway, and C.R.A., assumes no responsibility
for damage to or loss of your equipment, vehicles, or any parts
F. LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
1. A driver must be 16 years of age to participate in all classes,
except the “Hornets” and the “Hobby Trucks”, where the minimum age
will be 14 (exception
– if a driver can present previous documented racing experience they may
be allowed by track officials to compete). Any
driver under the age of 18 must provide copy of their birth certificate.
In addition both parents must sign a parental release and it must be
notarized. See registration
2. Every driver competing at EPCS
must be registered and hold a
current 2014 EPCS license. The license fees for 2014 – I.M.C.A.
SportMod $ 90.00 / Stock Car $ 90.00 / Colo. 1200 Outlaws $ 75.00 / High Plains Midget $
75.00 / Hobby Truck $ 75.00 / Hornet $ 75.00 / Combined 1200 Outlaws/HPM $
revised $$ pricing on each respective registration form, - 6-04-14).
All IMCA SportMod
drivers must present their current IMCA Northern SportMod license to
compete. An IMCA SportMod license is available for purchase at the track
-- $ 95. Any stock car competitor that presents an IMCA legal stock car
for competition, must present their current IMCA Stock Car license. All driver changes must notify the Pit
Steward/Comp. Director before the event begins. Visiting
drivers, will be subject to a $ 10 “guest” fee over and above the $ 30
pit pass. If the driver purchases a license after the season has begun, and
even though they may have competed as a "guest", the championship points will
NOT be awarded retroactively.
3. Classes running under independent sanctioning bodies are
required to a
license from that sanctioning body before being allowed to compete. Those
drivers will need to show your license from that sanctioning body before
entering the pit area.
CAR NUMBERING - Class Specific - refer to class division rules page.
-- Each year El Paso County Speedway will provide a list of contingency
sponsors that must
have decals placed properly and unaltered on the racecar to be eligible
for year-end awards. Owner or driver must attend a minimum of 80% of the
season's races and register for the awards banquet to be eligible for
year-end awards. Drivers must receive weekly awards in person, or risk
forfeiting the award.
1. The pit gate opens at 2:00 p.m. (unless otherwise stated). Check-in /
pill draw closes 1/2 hour before scheduled start of races (unless
otherwise stated). Any driver signed in after that starts at the rear of
2. ATV’s and other utility vehicles: ATVs will not be allowed on
the racetrack at any time. ATV use is restricted to the pit area or payout
area only. All ATVs will be loaded on/into the trailers as soon as
reasonably possible following the conclusion of the races. No joyriding.
One person per seat. All ATV drivers must have a valid driver's license
and pit pass.
3. All drivers must attend the track pit meeting. Any driver failing
to attend the track pit meeting will have to start at the rear of the
field in their designated heat race. In a situation that there is no heat
race, then the driver will have to start at rear of designated feature
(either the "B" or "A" feature).
4. All cars must start hot laps or a heat race to run a feature race. You
must run in your assigned hot lap session or forfeit your right to hot
5. All cars must pack the track when requested or may be
disqualified or fined. 1st
offense is a warning, 2nd offense is a $ 25 fine, and that
car(s) will start at the back of the field in both the heat race and
6. Management and officials determine all finishing positions and
their decisions will be final. El Paso County Speedway may
at their discretion, use any video
replays for scoring purposes.
7. Depending on manpower/staffing, EPCS staff will make every effort to
post unofficial results at the pit shack approx. 30 min. following the
final feature event.
J. LINE-UP PROCEDURE
1. The following line-up procedures are not absolute. They may be
changed for special events or at the discretion of the officials and/or
the sanctioning bodies.
2. On the first event, all heat race line-ups will be determined by
pill draw on the event in question. Low
pill will be on pole in heat #1, second low pill on pole in heat # 2, etc.
The winner of the first heat in each division will draw a pill for
any possible inversions. A 4,
5 or 6 row inversion is possible, depending on the pill drawn.
The remainder of the cars, after the inversion, will line-up
3. From second night on, all heats will be determined by incoming total
points, lined up totally inverted, with new drivers carrying no points
average lined up to the rear, excluding "Rookies" (see # 9).
4. B-Mains (when needed) are lined up "HEADS UP" with the
highest finishing non-qualifiers to the front.
5. From second night on, when two heat races are run, the top 10
qualifiers will be inverted for feature line-up according to point average
(number of total feature points scored, divided by number of races run).
When three or more heat races are run, the top 12 qualifiers will be
inverted for feature line-up according to points average. The
remainder of the field will be lined up "heads up" after the
front rows are inverted, excluding new drivers and "Rookies"
(see # 9).
6. Any new driver that qualifies and does not yet have a points average
shall be lined up in the 11th position on a ten (10) car invert, and in
the 13th position on a twelve (12) car invert.
7. Heat race or sign-in points DO NOT calculate in the points average.
8. Points average will also determine the line-up for rookie contenders
for their first five events, and will apply as stated above thereafter.
non-experienced or “Rookie” drivers must start at the rear of the
field for the first 3 races (exception – if El Paso County Speedway
officials (CRA) feel that the driver is exhibiting decent driving skills,
3 race minimum may be waived).
10. First time
attendee driver’s start at the rear of their heat. Drivers missing 2
consecutive regular race nights, for any reason, are treated as a new
driver for line-up purposes.
11. On occasion, a race fan out of the grandstands may be asked to
participate in the inversion pill draw, with the addition of the pill ALL,
meaning the whole field (with the “Rookie” exception) will be
12. If a trophy dash is utilized, the first two cars from each heat
race will be placed into the trophy dash, lined up inverted according to
the heat race finish.
13. Any driver/car unable to start its heat race may be added to the rear of the
lowest consolation feature. Depending on car counts the officials may run
2 (or more) "B" features and cars will be lined heads-up by heat
14. Points stay with the driver, if you have a driver change from
week to week or during a race night, you are required to contact the Pit
Steward and inform him of the change before the close of sign-in. Any
driver electing to start at the rear of their race must alert the Pit
Steward prior to the close of check-in.
15. Driver change is permitted during a race program. An eligible
driver may drive any qualified car in any event. The new driver starts at
the rear of the lowest feature or heat race that he or she has qualified
for. All points go to the new driver. Drivers who do not qualify for the
next higher feature will not be allowed to compete in that higher feature
16. Any driver changes made without notifying an official will
result in disqualification for the entire night and that car will start
last in all events entered on the next race date.
K. RACE PROCEDURE
El Paso County Speedway uses standard race flags (green, yellow, red,
1. Green Flag Procedure
a. The “original” start is located at the orange cone, inside
turn four, when the flagman displays the green flag.
If the front row does not stay aligned at turn four, the flagman,
in their discretion, may “wave off” this start, and the yellow light
will come back on. The
flagman will give the pole sitter and/or the front row 2 opportunities to
start the race, and may then elect to move the front row to the tail of
the field. Once the green
flag is displayed, the race is on, and passing is allowed. Any
driver caught “jumping” the start will be penalized two (2) positions,
either at the next yellow flag, or at the completion of the race.
Black Flag or Meatball flag (black with orange circle)
a. A rolled up
black flag will be pointed as a warning device.
If the flag is waved at you, you will exit the track as quickly &
safely as possible. You will no longer be scored once the black flag has
been displayed. If you
spin out twice on your own in any race, you will be black-flagged, and scored in the last place position of cars remaining when you exited
the track. If you drive in a reckless manner, or if you
hot-lap during warm-up laps preceding a race, you will be black-flagged,
and will receive NO points. Once driver is in the pit area, they
will not be allowed to re-enter the racing surface. Interpretation of the
black flag rule is left to the discretion of the flagman and officials.
Their decision is final. Any car emitting excessive oil, water, fuel,
smoke, mechanical parts or if it is
determined by staff that your vehicle is not complying with the
muffler/exhaust rule, you will receive the “Meatball” flag and must
exit the track. That driver
will be scored in the last place position of cars remaining when they
exited the track.
b. At the
discretion of the flagman, any driver advancing (“jumping”) positions
before the start of a race or restart, that
driver will be moved back 2 positions, either on the next restart, or
docked 2 positions at the end of the race. If a driver commits this
offense twice in any race, the driver will be black-flagged, and will be
scored in the last place position of cars remaining when they exited the
track. You must maintain a reasonable
speed until the start of the race or restart.
c. If the
officials feel a car's speed (or lack of speed), loose parts, etc. are
causing (or may cause) a safety problem, it can be black-flagged.
3. Red / Yellow Flag Procedures
a. Once the green flag is displayed,
racecars causing a yellow flag by spinning out, stopping, or being
"involved in" the mishap, will go to the rear of the field. The
restart is a two-abreast line-up in case of a first lap incident or
single file if one or more laps are completed. Cars
"involved in” the yellow will line up at the tail of the field in
the order of their last completed lap.
b. "Involved in" is defined
as: disabled and/or momentarily or temporarily detained at the scene of an
accident and unable to move forward.
c. If the Red Flag is displayed during a race, all cars shall come
to a complete, safe and immediate stop. Cars should not block track
entrances or exits, emergency vehicles, push trucks and wreckers. No crew
will be allowed on the racing surface.
Violations will result in disqualification.
No repair work is allowed on the
vehicles during a red flag situation.
d. If the
red or yellow flag is displayed as a result of driver's actions, even if
it is still moving on the track, you will restart at the rear of the
field. Example: debris on the track that causes a yellow flag to be
displayed will cause the car leaving the debris to go to the rear of the
a track official removes a part from the vehicle, due to safety concerns,
that vehicle will restart at the rear of the field.
If a track official stops a car, or a driver stops to ask a track
official to inspect a loose part, determines it does not need removed, the
driver will be re-placed back into the position of their last completed
e. If the
race is stopped on any lap due to a yellow or red flag before all
contestants have crossed the start/finish line, only those cars not crossing the finish line prior to the yellow/red
will be lined up according to the previous lap (but not placed ahead of
cars who did cross the line.) Those “involved in” the yellow or red
will be moved to the back of the lineup.
f. If a yellow or red flag occurs
on the white flag lap of a race and the leader has not taken the checkered
flag, the race will be restarted with two laps: Green, White, Checkered.
This procedure will be continued until the race is finished.
the heat race, any car that causes 1 yellow flag (1 spin rule), the driver
will be black-flagged and sent to the pit area, and scored in the last
place position of cars remaining when they exited the track.
In the feature, any car that causes 2 yellow flags, red flags, or
combination in the same race, will be black flagged and sent to the pit
area, and scored in the last place position of cars remaining when they
exited the track.
i. After the yellow flag is
thrown, drivers must get into single file line, if safe to do so. Any
driver not lining up may be sent to the rear. Fellow competitors must
allow cars into place in the single file line or violators will be sent to
the rear of the field.
j. Any car leaving the racing
surface and enters the pit area will not be allowed to re-enter the race.
k. During the initial start,
in the event of two red flag starts or three yellow flag starts, lineups
will be single file based on your original lineup position. Cars involved
in the mishap will be placed at the rear of the field.
l. If after a yellow or red, and a two-abreast start is needed, and
starting positions are vacated, the immediate cars behind the vacant
spot(s) will move to the next row forward.
4. Checkered Flag -- The
checkered flag indicates the conclusion/finish of the race, when the lead
car crosses that imaginary line, regardless of how many laps the rest of
the cars have completed. If
a yellow or red flag occurs after the leader has taken the checkered flag,
the race is considered over, those succeeding cars will be placed in the
position they were scored in the previous lap, and the “involved in”
cars will be placed accordingly, at the tail of those cars scored on that
Blue with diagonal orange stripe – typically called the “Move Over
Flag”, this flag indicates to a driver(s) that the leaders are
approaching, and slower drivers are asked to “Hold & Maintain Your
a. Restarts are lined up single file.
The leader will restart the race somewhere approximate to the
orange cone in turn four, and then the flagman will display the green
flag. Racers must stay in
single file formation until the green is displayed, and at that display,
may attempt to pass. Any
driver caught “jumping” the restart will be penalized two (2)
positions, either at the next yellow flag, or at the completion of the
7. There shall be no electronic communication between the driver and pit
crewmembers during any race event.
8. Time or lap limits will be imposed on all heats, dashes and features if
deemed appropriate by officials.
9. Once the line up has been set for a feature or heat race and you are
not on the track, you will tag the back of the field. For features only,
if the race goes yellow or red and a lap has not been completed, you may
enter the race at the back of the field.
Rainout / Curfew Procedure --
If there is a rain out called
after running 55 % of the events, then the evening is considered
complete and no rain out tickets will be issued.
Per our agreement with
the Town of Calhan, the elected officials of El Paso County, and the
Fairgrounds Corp., El Paso County Speedway has a 10:00 p.m. curfew.
Any class on the track at
9:59 will receive the white flag, and then the checkered flag on the very
next lap. If the race falls into a yellow or red flag condition at 9:59,
the event will be considered complete (no matter what amount of laps are
completed), and the leader on the previously scored lap will receive the
checkered flag (even if no white flag has been displayed).
Option A for hitting a
As stated above for rain out
situations, if 55% of the heats/features have been run by the imposed
curfew time, then the evening will be considered completed.
Option B for hitting a
is not allowed to compete in their feature due to this curfew, EPCS will
make the attempt to add that feature into the next available scheduled
date (if that class is scheduled to be in attendance).
L. GENERAL TECHNICAL
1. Mufflers are required on all cars, capable of keeping the muffler
sound below 95dB (measured
at 100 ft. from edge of racing surface).
exhaust system must be leak free and remain intact for the duration of the
Failure of exhaust system, or muffler fails to keep engine
noise below 95dB – Driver will receive the “meatball” flag, and must
exit the track at that time, but will receive the appropriate finishing
position as they exited the track. No
modifications (exception: mounting tabs) will be allowed to the muffler.
2. There shall be no electronic communication between the driver and pit
crewmembers during any race event.
3. No tarps, false panels, covers, etc. may be used at any time during the
night whose purpose is to conceal, disguise, or divert attention from
components of a car. Officials must have an unassisted view of items
within the scope of the bodywork regulations set by the appropriate
4. El Paso County Speedway (C.R.A.) Tech. Officials reserve the right to
test fuel from any participant any time during the night. If the fuel
tested is illegal, all points/monies are held and a sample will be sent to
a testing lab. All other finishing positions in the race will be "as
run" and positions will not change until a decision is rendered. If
the results are verified by the laboratory that the fuel was illegal, the
car, driver or both will be disqualified for that event and receive no
points or money. In addition, they will be required to pay for the lab
test and will not be allowed to participate in the next two events for
5. No traction control devices allowed. Penalty is a one-year suspension
and $10,000 fine. El Paso County Speedway reserves the right to impound
suspected parts to have them checked by the manufacturer or lab for
6. Top 4 cars must stop for inspection before entering the pit area. Cars
outside the top 4 may also be inspected. Points and money will be
forfeited if a car fails to stop for weighing and/or inspection. Any car
found to be underweight will lose all points and money for the night and
all other finishers move up accordingly in the final results. If a
technical violation is found, the car loses all points and money for the
night and starts at the rear of their next heat races. If the violation -
in the opinion of the officials - is a major infraction the car will start
at the rear of all races on the following night.
(in accordance with EPCS & IMCA)
1. Protest must be in writing and
filed with promoter or Tech, Director within 15 minutes, at discretion of officials,
after feature race is completed, and must be specific in alleged violation
to determine whether protest is allowed or rejected. No protest of any
type will be allowed after prize money has been paid. One item per protest
– per event – only. Drivers may not protest more than one car per
event, another driver finishing in a position behind them, and may not
protest same driver more than once per calendar year.
2. All protests will be handled at
track level and must be accompanied with a $150 cash deposit. $50 of the
deposit goes to the track and will not be refunded, regardless of the
outcome of the protest. If item being protested is found legal, entire deposit will be
forfeited. If found illegal, $100 deposit will be refunded to protester.
situation not covered by these rules shall be referred to EPCS & IMCA
for decision. This protest must also be in writing and accompanied by
4. The party against whom a protest is
made has a right to know the charge and have a written copy thereof so
that they may adequately defend themselves against any action. No person,
promoter, official, member or other person affiliated with EPCS will be
placed under permanent suspension without review by EPCS.
1. Electronic traction control device:
Automatic disqualification and $10,000 fine. If found with an electronic
traction control device at
during an EPCS & IMCA sanctioned event, driver loses all EPCS &
IMCA points in all divisions and is suspended until fine is paid. Device may be
confiscated and retained by EPCS or IMCA.
2. EPCS reserves the right to have all
race cars use the same fuel or fuel mix. Fuel sample may be taken from any
car at any time. Penalty for illegal fuel is disqualification from event
and $250 fine – first offense. WARNING – ethanol blended fuel may not
pass EPCS or IMCA fuel tests.
3. Use of non-stamped or softened
tires in any division requiring IMCA stamped tires will result in a $250
fine for first offense; $250 fine and two week suspension for second
offense; $500 fine and 30-day suspension for third. When prohibited, use
of siped or grooved tires or non-stickered wheel will result in
disqualification and loss of points and pay for first offense; $250 fine
and two week suspension, disqualification and loss of points and pay for
second offense; $500 fine and 30-day suspension, disqualification and loss
of points and pay for third.
4. Fighting and/or physical assault:
First violation, minimum $250 fine and/or suspension. Second violation is
a minimum $500 fine and minimum two-week suspension. Third violation is a
minimum one-year suspension.
Unsportsmanlike conduct and/or verbal assault: First violation, minimum
$100 fine and/or suspension. Second violation is a minimum $250 fine and
minimum two-week suspension. Third violation is a minimum one-year
6. Rough driving – Penalties
including fines, suspensions and points to be at discretion of track
officials, and EPCS may impose penalties based on severity of incident.
7. Any driver intentionally using his/her vehicle in a malicious
manner: minimum $250 fine and/or suspension at discretion of officials and
8. Physical assault of an EPCS track official, or promoter. First
violation is a fine of no less than $1,000 and/or suspension of driver of
no less than 21 days.
9. Repeated violations of EPCS rules may result in permanent
suspension. All incidents will be referred to IMCA by promoter, with
his/her recommended penalties. All penalties imposed by EPCS are
cumulative, not on a per-year basis.
10. If driver receives a
disqualification for evening and no points, it is the same as if the
driver did not compete that evening. No points are awarded and it does not
constitute a track visit as applied to eligibility to claim or for
calculating weekly point average. If a penalty calls for disqualification
and last place points*, the driver receives points for the last position
in the race he/she is competing in.
driver or owner refuses a protest, driver & owner will receive a
5-race suspension, and race car will not be allowed to compete until
suspension is complete. If you protest another car, your car will be
inspected for the same infraction.
is protest-able – Only vehicle specifications, ie. fuel, engine, chassis
and final results are considered protest-able situations.
Once results are declared final, a protest will not be considered.
1. All points described herein are dependent upon each car displaying
stickers of the contingency sponsors at all times. Decals must be visible
to the grandstands and placed in an appropriate manner. Failure to do so
will result in forfeiture of all contingency awards from such sponsors.
2. Points System to be used in all classes:
Car Sign In -- 5 points
Race 1st – 15, 2nd – 13, 3rd – 11,
4th – 10, 5th – 9, 6th – 8, 7th
– 7 , 8th – 6, 9th – 5 , 10th – 4
Dash – No points
Feature (non “A” qualifiers) – 4 points.
Feature: 1st - 40,
2nd - 36, 3rd
- 32, 4th -
28, 5th - 24, 6th
- 23, 7th -
22, 8th - 21, 9th
- 20, 10th -
19, 11th - 18, 12th
- 17, 13th -
16, 14th - 15, 15th
- 14,16th -
13, 17th - 12, 18th
- 11, 19th -
10, 20th - 9, 21st
- 8, 22nd -
7, 23rd - 6, 24th
through all other "A" Feature starters – 5 points.
competitors not qualifying for A or B feature – 0 points.
In order to qualify for a feature event, a driver must be running on the
track or take the green flag in their heat. If you do not run in a heat,
you may run the lowest consolation feature.
4. Should two or more drivers have the same point totals, the number of
weekly feature wins will be the tie-breaker, then second place finishes,
etc. until the tie is broken.
5. We will not run provisional or alternate positions during a weekly
show. Any driver who has qualified for a feature event, but is unable to
run will be scored in last place in that feature. During a special event a
driver may or may not be added to a feature depending on the rules for
6. Any driver who qualifies to
the next highest feature event forfeits all points and money from the
previous race and remaining cars move up in points accordingly.
It is the driver/owner's responsibility to notify an official of any point
discrepancies prior to close of check-in.
If there is a rain out called prior to the events of the
evening getting underway or up to 55% completion (this includes all
class heats and all class features), you will need to hold on to your
pit pass from the event for entrance to the next event. Pit passes are
only valid at the very next event held at the speedway. If there is a rain out called after running 55 % of the
events, then the evening is considered complete and no rain out tickets
will be issued or pit passes honored.
lap over half-way through an "A" Feature event shall constitute
a complete race in the event a race is stopped due to bad weather. If a
race is stopped by use of the red flag and is ruled completed, the
finishing positions will be paid according to the last officially scored
lap by the leader previous to the red flag. Any car or cars red flagged
will be put to the rear of the line-up of official finish
submissions for subsequent racing seasons must be submitted to C.R.A. (Alan Davis)
18245 State Hwy. 94 Colo. Spgs., CO 80930 or email@example.com
, by Oct. 31st of each year to be considered for admission into the
following years rules/guidelines. Submissions will be reviewed by an
appointed "Rules Committee" after all have been received.
Office: 719-683-5638 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Revised Jan. 2014