The rules and regulations set forth herein are designed to provide orderly conduct of the racing events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. These shall govern the condition of all events, and by participating in these events, all participants are deemed to have complied with these rules.
NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM PUBLICATION OF, OR COMPLIANCE WITH, THESE RULES AND REGULATIONS. They are intended as a guide for conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant, spectator, or official.
The Proctor Speedway Board of Directors shall be empowered to permit reasonable and appropriate deviation from any of the specifications herein or impose any further restrictions that in their opinion do not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. Any interpretation of, or deviations from these rules are left to the discretion of the Proctor Speedway Board of Directors, THEIR DECISION IS FINAL.
The insurance carrier determines age limit for the Pure Stock class. May be subject to change.
Any race car competing in the feature event, which; Has a driver who executes a protest with a board member or track official prior to the start of the feature race and has tendered the required protest fee in cash.
If, after teardown, the engine or racecar is found to be legal, 100% of the protest fee will be paid to the protested driver. If after the teardown, the engine or racecar is found to be illegal, 100% of the protest fee will be returned to the protesting driver.
After the feature race, a track official will notify the driver of the relevant racecar that his racecar has been protested. The protested driver shall then proceed directly to the designated area for inspection and teardown pursuant to the protest. Track officials and allowed representatives will then proceed, in accordance with the class protest, to tear down the engine or suspension of the protested racecar.
Proctor Speedway reserves the right to impound any or all parts of the protested racecar.
If any engine parts or suspension, drive train parts are found to be illegal whether discovered through a post race inspection or teardown, as a result of a protest or in connection with inspection by racetrack official there shall be a fine up to $200.00, and or a suspension up to thirty (30) days, loss of all points earned to date, and forfeiture of all money and awards earned for that event. All penalties and sanctions shall be at the discretion of the Proctor Speedway Officials.
Proctor Speedway and the Board of Directors will confiscate any illegal parts. Confiscated parts become the property of the Proctor Speedway and may be disposed of at its discretion.
If a driver declares an intent to protest, and tenders the required fee, and then the driver changes his/her mind and withdraws the protest, then the driver forfeits all money and awards for the event, and shall lose all points earned to date.
A driver, who refuses to allow an inspection or teardown pursuant to a protest, shall be subject to the penalties as listed in penalties and sanctions listed above.
Protested cars driver, or one (1) person selected by protested driver must be present, pit crew as selected prior to teardown, Proctor Speedway Board members, protesting cars driver, track official and security.