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Mottville Speedway General Rules & Procedures - 2013
Rules and procedures hereby set forth are for the orderly conduct of racing events. These
are minimum requirements for racing events and shall govern such events. All
participants of racing events shall comply with these rules and procedures.
No express or implied warranty of safety shall result from publications or compliance
with these rules and procedures. They in no way guarantee against injury or death to a
participant, spectator or official. Only race director shall permit minor deviations or
interpretations of these rules and procedures. His decision is final.
Anyone found guilty of the use of mercury or any other contaminated materials will be
barred from speedway and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. No alcoholic
beverages or illegal drugs will be consumed in pits by driver, crewmember or fans before
or during racing events. Anyone caught abusing an official or any track employee
physically and/or verbally will be suspended and/or barred for the season and prosecuted
to the fullest extent of the law. All monies or points accumulated up to that point will be
Mottville Speedway reserves the right to line up the starting fields as it sees fit.
No driver, owner or crew member shall claim damages or expenses of any type against
promoter, track owners or officials by reason of disqualification or damage to car, driver
or both. Drivers, owners and crew members agree that the track is in a safe condition
when and if they participate in racing activities. Drivers are responsible for actions of
crew members and car owners. If anyone leaves their pit area to confront another driver
or crew member, the driver will loose the point and pay for that night, as well the person
leaving the pit area will be banned for 1 week.
All cars subject to inspection at any time. All cars are to be kept in a neat and painted
appearance. All cars are required to be equipped with approved mufflers. No more than
100 DBA at 100'. No anti-freeze allowed, any car that is found to have antifreeze will
forfeit all pay and points for the evening.
All Classes: must have a number; minimum 18”x3”; on
both sides of car and on the roof and 6" tall letters on top, right corner of windshield.
(you must have this number on your windshield for 2011!) All lead shall be painted
white with car number. All drive shafts to be painted white. All cars are to have window
nets. All gas caps shall have car number on them, no exceptions.
No glass containers in the pits or in the grand stands. All haulers are to have fire
extinguishers. No soaking of tires at the track. If you are caught soaking tires at the track,
it is an automatic 1 year suspension. Must maintain appropriate attire in pits.
This includes being fully dressed: shoes, no sandals, and no shorts. If you are caught
drinking alcohol in the pits during a racing event you will be asked to leave and barred for 1 week.
No tires are to be left at track. Any person doing so will be fined $25.00 for each tire left
at track. Amount due before coming back to track. No dumping of oil on premises. Oil
spills must be cleaned up per EPA standards. If caught disposing of oil, antifreeze or
other contaminants, you will be fined and face possible banishment from track. No
cooking in pit area, except in approved areas.
All cars are to be registered for $25.00. If a driver is participating in more than one class, there will be an additional $40 per car entry fee.
All cars going to pits will start in the rear (unless the car was judged to be not at fault in an accident) and can only come back onto the track) and can only come back onto the track
under yellow or red flag conditions. Cars may be allowed to enter after field passes on white
flag lap. If Red flag comes out before on completed lap; cars can go to pit but will be put to the
tail upon re-entering the race.
No stopping on track to work on car at any time is allowed. The car must be returned to the pits
for any type of adjustments by driver or crewmember. Stopping to argue with official could
result in disqualification.
All jack stands to have 1/8 inch minimum plate welded on bottoms
THE DECISION OF TRACK OFFICIALS IS FINAL.
ANY RULE INFRACTIONS YOU
WILL LOSE MONEY AND POINTS FOR THE NIGHT.
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