GENERAL RACING RULES
Disqualification will result for any item that has falls off the kart or driver during a race. The race director will have the final determination to display a black flag if the item in question is a hazard to other competitors if loose. An example but not limited to would be a muffler, air filter, neck collar, body part etc.
Any driver upon request from race officials must satisfactorily demonstrate their driving capability. The race director may ask at least two competitors from the senior classes to be observers and give a report back to the race officials. If the driver in question does not pass the driver capability to race the driver will be given a refund minus the pit pass fee.
Any protest of engine legality must be submitted in writing to the race director, head scorer. Within 15 minutes of the completion of the class feature race.
Protest fees for engines are 75.00.
Money will be refunded to the protester if the engine is found to be illegal.
If legal, the engine owner will receive 50.00 of the protest fee.
Driver with illegal engine will not receive points for that event.
In order to maintain fuel integrity, at the discretion of the race director a random draw of kart #ís at the drivers meeting will require those karts to grid without fuel in the tank for the feature race. Fuel will be provided at the required level.
Any member who signs in and pays race day fees is eligible to receive last place points if they are unable to complete the program. No refunds will be given.
WORLD FORMULA CLUTCHES
The only spring allowed is the premier stock orange spring. Aftermarket springs of any type are prohibited.
ANIMAL JR & SENIOR CLUTCHES
Any dry type clutch is allowed
Junior 3 325lbs, WF lite 350lbs. Senior WF 385
NOTE: I will be adding these to the 2009 Rulebook shortly.