GENERAL TRACK RULES FOR KARTING
Promoters/Officials have the right to suspend crew members and/or drivers at their discretion. Racers are responsible for all crew members, including minors.
NEGATIVE LANGUAGE, FIGHTING AND/OR UNSPORTSMANLIKE BEHAVIOR WILL NOT BE TOLERATED!
ALCOHOL IN THE PIT AREA IS NOT PERMITTED AND YOU WILL BE ESCORTED OFF THE PROPERTY INDEFINITELY!
PARENTS/GUARDIANS MUST SUPERVISE CHILDREN AT ALL TIMES!
All drivers are required to wear a full-face helmet, a racing or track approved race suit, closed toe shoes, racing gloves and a neck brace while driving. All of these items must remain in working order while on racetrack. All helmets must have a CLEAR VISOR and must remain in the closed position while on track during racing conditions.
Neck brace: collar type, unaltered neck braces designed for motor sport use are mandatory in all classes.
Chest and rib protectors- all drivers under the age of 13 are required to wear a chest protection device any time they are on the track.
ALL DRIVERS MUST BE A MINIMUM OF 7 YEARS OLD.
NO DRIVING KARTS IN THE PIT AREA!
Absolutely NO kart maintenance or repair work is permitted on the track.
Once on the track, kart will travel the front straight at a moderate speed, on the left-hand side of the track until all karts are on the track.
Any kart that causes a yellow flag to be thrown will move to the rear upon restart.
Any kart causing 3 yellow flags is disqualified.
On restarts all lapped traffic goes to the rear.
After completion of any event, all transfer karts must proceed directly to scales. Failing to go over scales will result in a disqualification for that event.
Any dangerous driving can be cause for disqualification.
Any driver who fails to drive in a safe manner will be subject to being "BLACK FLAGGED". Failure to obey the black flag could result race suspension at the discretion of track officials.
No karts will be permitted to leave the track and re-enter during the feature race.
The flagman has complete control of the race. Parents/racers are not permitted to interrupt or discuss calls with the flagger until the event has concluded for the day. Flagman and promoters will be available following the event for discussion.
Karts must have a full body and full rear bumper.
Karts must have numbers on both sides. All numbers must be clearly visible by scorers and track officials.