2017 GENERAL RULES
1. Pit Passes: All persons entering the pit area must have a pit pass and sign a release form, and must wear armband on arm only.
2. Rain Check Policy: Absolutely no money refunded. Rain checks will be honored only for tickets that have the appropriate number for rainouts. There will be NO exceptions. Make-up race date will be determined and announced at the time of postponement. Again, there will be NO cash refunds. Any time a race is cancelled and 3 features have been completed, the race will be considered complete and no rain checks will be issued.
3. DRIVERS: A driver must be 14 years of age with proof of age. Any driver under the age of 18 must have a notarized Release of liability Statement and permission from their parents or legal guardian.
4. MANDATORY: All drivers must wear approved helmet and full one or two piece fire suit, racing shoes, and racing gloves.
5. All drivers must attend driver's meeting.
6. Any driver suspected of being under the influence of alcohol will be required to take a Breath-0-Lizer test. If positive, the driver will be charged with DUI by the Laurens County Sheriff Dept.
7. No participant shall subject any or official to improper or abusive language or signs at any time.
8. All drivers are responsible for the actions and conduct of their crew.
9. If any driver or crew enters onto the racing surface surface to talk, inspect, exchange words, or work on the race car, crew member will be removed from the race track and car in which crew member is affiliated with will be black flagged and disqualified.
10. Speeding in the pit area will result in one of the following: Laps being taken away, or being sent to the pits, or being suspended.
11. Anyone caught fighting will go to jail and pay the $500.00 CASH BOND. If anyone approached another car or goes to another racers pit and trouble ensues, that person will be considered in the wrong.
13. AII drivers must use raceceivers for hot laps, heats, qualifying, and
features. Raceceivers are mandatory anytime your car goes onto the racetrack.
14. No chemical treating, of tires allowed in any class. 15.This rule book is a guideline and can be subject to changes at any time by
the tech inspector and track owner. Weight may also be added for infraction of any rules at the tech inspector's discretion.
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1. The regulations and/ or rules set forth herein are intended as a guide for conduct of all divisions at 441 Speedway. Compliance with these rules does not express or imply warranty of safety, not in any way a guarantee against injury to participate.
2. The officials of 441 Speedway will have full authority over all events and in the event of a dispute, the decision of the official will be final.
3. All cars participating at 441 Speedway will be subject to inspection at any time by the technical inspector.
4. These rules will apply to all 441 Speedway sanctioned events.
5. In the interest of fair competition, 441 Speedway reserves the right to amend and/ or alter these regulations and rules!
6. Drivers must furnish social security numbers and addresses to the track office in order to collect winnings. If the driver fails to collect winnings within two weeks, money will be forfeited.
7. No one will be permitted to cross track at any time unless permitted to do so by track officials. Violators will be subject to ejection from area.
8. The absence of a specific rule does not imply approval, consent or permission regarding that subject. Any questions or doubts regarding such matters should be directed to Race Track Officials for a clarification.
9. ALL TOWING VEHICLES ENTERING PIT MUST HAVE A #10 ABC FIRE EXTINGUISHER!!
10. All racers must have a race receiver.
Top of Motor - $200
Bottom - $300
Top of Motor - $300
Bottom - $350
Top of Motor - $300
Bottom - $400
Top of Motor - $400
Bottom - $400
602/604 Top of Motor - $400
602/604 Bottom - $400
602 ENGINE: $4000
604 ENGINE: $6000
602 ENGINE: $4000
Tire Sample Protest $100 (Top 3 Only)
Top five cars in each feature come to scale. Driver only! No crew members or you will forfeit your position.
1. A Visual Protest must be filed with the technical inspector at least 30 minutes prior to the feature race. A visual protest requires no tools for removal of any parts. If it cannot be seen, it is not a visual protest.
2. An Engine Protest must be filed within 10 minutes after the drop of the checkered flag, and must be filed on the proper form, which is furnished by the racetrack, and accompanied by the required amount of cash money. You must finish within the top three to be able to protest. The third place car must protest the second place car in order to protest the first place car. A protested car can back-protest the car that protested you.
3. Any top three finisher may protest any other top three finisher on shocks or tires.
4. Refusal of a protested car to tear down will result in loss of purse and points for that night.
5. First infraction found by the technical inspector will end the protest.
6. During the protest, only 2 members from the protested team for (tear down) and one member from the protesting team will be allowed in the tech area. The member from the protesting team is allowed in the tech area to see that each item is checked, not to inspect or measure anything. This is the technical inspector's job.
7. If protested car is found legal, he will receive half of the protest money. If found illegal, he will lose all money and points earned for that night, and the protesting car will get half the protest money. In the event of a double protest;
if both cars are found illegal, both forfeit all money and points for event in which protest occurred.
8. The track reserves the right to inspect any part at any time on any racecar at the speedway.
9. If the protested car forfeits, the track will retain $100 of protest fee. The remainder will be returned to the protesting team.
10. Any prior car that refuses to tear down or is found illegal two times in the point's season will lose all points accumulated, and be subject to suspension.