2017 General Rules

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June 23, 2017

Anyone entering the pit area must buy a pit pass and sign a release form. Minors sign all minor sheets and there own release.

All cars will pack the track when asked to do so. If you do not pack, you will not receive packing points.

All cars will have a fully-charged fire extinguisher and must be in a quick-release style mount and within the drivers reach. No cars will have any ignition components within the driver's reach at any time. All helmets, firesuits and race cars will pass inspection of a race track official.

If a crew member enters the track at any time, the driver and car associated with that crew member will be disqualified. No exceptions. If you need somebody to look at your car, go to the hot pits.

Alcohol is not allowed in the pits during the races. Please wait until after the races to drink. If you are found drinking in the pits during the races, you will be asked to leave. Second offense will result in suspension for the remainder of the season. Any driver found to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol will be suspended for the remainder of the season. No warnings.

Driver changes after hot laps will not be allowed. You will lose all season points and money if caught. Anyone acting in a unsportsmanlike conduct on the track or in the pits, will be disqualified, and it will be left up to track officials as to the term of of the suspension.

Any driver who is involved in a yellow and stops forward motion will go to the rear. Any driver charged with two cautions will be sent to the pits. Any driver intentionally hitting, spinning or wrecking another car will automatically receive the black flag and will forfeit all points and money for that event.

Excessive speeding in the pit area will result in the driver being suspended for two weeks for first offense. Second offense is suspension for remainder of the season.

Tire changing is only allowed in the feature events and can only be done in the hot pits located on the back side of turn two and in turn four. If you go to your pit, you are done for that race.

Drivers may not start the race on a flat tire.

Any fighting will result in a one week suspension from track. Second offense will result in suspension for the remainder of the season. Any fighting with track officials will result in a trip to the local jail and you will be banned from track indefinitely. Drivers are responsible for their crew members and any family members in the grandstands.

All cars must have the car number on the top and both sides that are legible from the tower to be scored.

If a track offical tells you to do something, and you refuse to listen, bringing the promoter to the situation, you will be disqualified for that race.

Caney Valley Speedway reserves the right to change or modify any rule at anytime in an effort to improve competition and ensure safety.

Racing is a dangerous sport, drivers entering speedway assume all risk and liability.



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