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2014 General Rules

1. It is mandatory for all persons entering a restricted area of the track to read and execute,
all pertinent waivers and releases.

2. These rules and or regulations set forth herein do not express or imply warranty of
safety.

3. The pit area has a maximum speed limit of five (5) miles per hour. Firearms are not
prohibited on track property except for working security and law enforcement personnel.

4. Abusive language, fighting, or physical abuse will not be tolerated. Offenders are subject
to arrest & prosecution or suspension and fines.

5. No alcoholic beverages or controlled substances are permitted in the pit area.

6. Any driver determined to be under the influence of alcohol or controlled substance will be
subject to arrest and/or suspension.

7. Any driver exiting a race vehicle on the racetrack unless directed to do so by a track
official or in response to an emergency is subject to disqualification.

8. All drivers are responsible for the conduct of their crewmembers and associates.

9. Equipment not conforming to specifications stated herein may be impounded by the
track. All cars are subject to inspection by officials at any time.

10. Injuries incurred at the track must be reported to office prior to leaving the track
premises. Failure to do so may result in denial of insurance claims.

11. All drivers must be ready to compete in their scheduled event(s) including qualifying.
Cars must be in position in the staging area prior to call for the event including qualifying.
Cars not present at the staging area when the field is summoned to be weighed prior to
qualifying will get ONE lap. Cars not time trialing or drawing will be at the rear of lineup. The
track may invert qualifiers, Any driver winning 2 features in a row will be started in no better
than 3rd position, 3 feature wins in a row starts 6th , 4 feature wins in a row starts in the
rear.

12. All events are scored in relation to the lead car. Scoring protests must be registered
within ten (10) minutes of the posting of event results.

13. All drivers are responsible for understanding flag signals. The following flag signals
apply:

o Green Flag: Begin and maintain normal racing pace.

o White Flag: You are entering final lap of race.

o Black Flag: Go to pits immediately.

o Red Flag: Danger, stop immediately.

o Yellow Flag: Caution, slow to pace speed, no passing.

o Blue Flag: Allow lead cars to pass.

o Checkered Flag: End of race.

14. When the caution appears all cars must slow to pace speed and tail the car ahead. At
the discretion of the Race Director, the offending driver(s) may be restarted in the rear. All
other cars will restart in the running order of the last completed green flag lap.

15. ALL starts of the race, cars must remain in double file until green flag, passing to
EITHER SIDE is prohibited until car has passed the start line position. On initial starts, if
(1) lap is not completed; all cars retain their original position. Any cars going to pits restart
at tail. Cars will be single file in the event of a third attempt to start.

16. Cars not responding to the black flag,or not getting in directed position will not be
scored.

17. RACE will be offical if time limit expires or laps are competed.

18. NO RADIO's unless state in class rules.

19. RACE-CEIVERS ARE MANDATORY IN ALL DIVISIONS.

20. In the event of a red flag Driver must remain in the car unless otherwise directed by
track officials. Under a red flag period, a car may return to the pit area. If car returns to the
event it must go the tail.

21. Cars may not be worked on in track or infield area.

22. Any car involved in more than two (2) caution flag incidents during a race, either as the
cause or otherwise involved, is subject to suspension from the event at the discretion of
the Race Director.

23. CALLS:

o IF LEADER IS SPUN, CAR THAT HIT IT WILL GO TO REAR, LEAD CAR WILL
RETAIN LEAD.

o IF THERE IS A SPIN OUT OR WRECK OTHER THAN LEADER, WITH A YELLOW
CALLED, CARS THAT THE YELLOW WAS CALLED FOR WILL GO TO REAR. IF IT IS
DEEMED THAT ANOTHER CAR HIT AND CAUSED THE SPIN THAT CAR SHALL GO
TO REAR ALSO.

o IF A CAR GOES PAST HOT PITS WHICH ENDS AT TRACK ENTRANCE IT WILL
NOT BE ALLOWED BACK ON TRACK.

o ANY DRIVER INTENTIONALLY RUNNING INTO ANOTHER CAR UNDER CAUTION
WILL BE BLACK FLAGGED AND DISQUALIFIED FROM THE EVENT.

24. Rough driving will not be tolerated. The general rule is car causing caution or cars
involved in the caution will be moved to the rear of the field as directed by the race director
or track official. If there are cars that are more than one lap down, the cars involved may
be moved to the end of the line of lead lap cars. Non-incidental contact between cars may
subject either car to a disciplinary action. Decision of the officials in charge is final.
Officials will only discuss any disputed call/technical protest with the driver of said vehicle.

25. Any driver considered to be causing a caution by deliberately stopping is subject to
disciplinary action.

26. Only a car driver may lodge a technical protest. To protest, the protesting driver

a. vehicle must be running at the finish of the protested event,

b. may protest only a car finishing ahead of their final position in the event,

c. must state, not more than one (1) technical specification they are disputing on not more
than one (1) car finishing ahead of them in that race.

d. Visuals ALLOWED ONLY AFTER HEAT RACES
Protests must be lodged immediately after the event before leaving the scales at post race
weigh-in. Individual lodging protest is subject to a like inspection of equipment of their
entry, at the discretion of the Race Director/Technical Inspector. Counter protests will only
be allowed in the event of the protested car teardown. Protests of a frivolous nature will not
be accepted nor executed and the decision of the officials in charge is final. Protest fees
are indicated in specific division rules. One (1) representative of the protesting car, the
driver, and mechanic of the protested car may be present for teardown, unless otherwise
directed by the Chief Technical Inspector. No other person may enter the teardown/protest
area without the permission of the Chief Technical Inspector. All protest monies must be
submitted in cash and will be retained by the track until said protest decision is final. The
race director/promoter reserves the right to retain any part for inspection to clarify the
legality of the part and may retain illegal part. A protested vehicle may be
impounded for 2 days for inspection.
A driver can only protest same driver twice during same season if same driver is found
legal during those two protest.

27. Points will be awarded to registered drivers in accordance with point schedule. All
points are calculated according to official payoff data. The track will audit points and post
official standings periodically during point season. Track audited points are official and
final. Any point fund will be paid according to official payoff records (registered owner filing
social security number and/or tax identification number) only. No points will be awarded for
a disqualification. Drivers will be responsible for informing track officials about driver
changes in any division prior to that particular feature event. Points are awarded to the
driver of record starting the race. If a driver different from the one qualifying or entering a
car is substituted for an event, the car must start at the tail.

28. Driver change: If a driver is different from the one qualifying or is substituted for an
event, the car must start at the tail of the field. It is the responsibility of the driver to report
driver changes prior to the event. Failure to do so will result in disqualification from the
event. A driver cannot change cars after the start of an event. A driver may participate in
more than one division if approved.

29. The officials in charge will act upon any situations not specifically covered by these
rules and specifications whether procedural or technical, and their decision will be final.

30. Minimum acceptable equipment, all cars in all divisions:
. All cars must have protective windshield bars in front of driver.

A. Rollover Protection: Four-point full roll cage, welded to mainframe walls or minimum 4.0-
inch x 4.0-inch, 3/16ths thickness steel pads continuously welded to main uni-body floor
structure at strongest points. Roll cage is required unless specified by division.

B. Main hoop behind driver must have lateral bar positioned at approximately driver
shoulder height when normally seated for attachment of shoulder harness hardware. Main
hoop must be X braced. Forward uprights must be laterally braced at dash level and
at top of windshield area. Drivers side of roll cage opening must have minimum of
three (3) parallel protective bars with at least six (6) inches of vertical spacing. Horizontal
bars must be braced vertically between courses at minimum intervals of 12-inches. Roll
cage opening opposite driver must have minimum, full X bracing. Main roll cage
structure must tie to front and rear fabricated frame clips, as utilized. Top opening of roll
cage must be X braced. All roll cage members must be minimum 1.75-inch outside
diameter, .095-inch wall thickness DOM steel tubing.

C. Driver Restraints: Five-point, minimum three-inch wide, designed for racing harness
required with quick-release fasteners. Restraints must be secured to roll cage members
and/or frame rails, not to floor. Restraints must be maintained free of fraying or dry
cracking and are subject to periodic approval inspection.

D. Seat: Designed-for-racing steel or aluminum types are required. No fiberglass seats.
Seat must mount securely to roll cage structure. D. Driver apparel: One or two-piece
minimum single-layer Nomex (or equivalent) driver suits required.

E. Helmet: Must be full-coverage, Snell 95 or better

F. Fire Extinguisher: All cars must be equipped with a working, on-board fire extinguisher
within normal reach of driver. Multi-point, on-board fire extinguisher systems are
recommended.

G. Fuel Cell: Must be USFI Approved type with full container Fuel cell must be securely
mounted within protective structure of car.

H. Firewalls: All cars must have metal firewalls between driver’s compartment and engine
and driver’s compartment and fuel cell.

I. Drive shaft Loops: All cars must be equipped with a drive shaft retaining loop (1/4-inch x
2.0-inch minimum size) mounted approximately 12-inched rearward of the transmission so
drive shaft cannot fall in case of front u-joint failure. A second, rearward mounted drive
shaft loop is highly recommended unless specified in division rules. Drive shafts must be
painted white.

J. Electrical: No electric fuel pumps allowed unless specifically permitted by rules for a
division. All cars must have master electrical cutoff switch located within normal reach of
driver. Battery must be mounted securely in support frame and be covered to prevent
spillage. Traction control devices, whether electrically or mechanically engaged, are strictly
prohibited.

K. No nitrous systems or oxygen-bearing fuel additives are allowed. The track reserves the
right to require use of fuel sold by the track.

L. Ballast weights must have number of car clearly and indelibly printed on individual
weights, and must be secured by bolts/lock nuts or trapped in such a manner that they
cannot be dislodged under normal racing conditions. Any car/competitor losing ballast
weight on the track may be disqualified from that event plus lose weight.

M. In the event that you are required by Class Rules to ADD WEIGHT, said weight must be
removable. The Technical Inspector may, at any time, request that you weigh your vehicle
without the weight. The Technical Inspector may, at any time, ask for the weight so he may
weigh it: said weight must be presented at the Tech Shed in a timely manner but must be
presented before the feature. The Inspector May watch said weight being removed. He will
weigh it. He May watch it being reinstalled. At the Inspector's discretion he may apply a
seal to the bolts. The Class Rulebook Specifies Added Weight Location. Technical
Inspector is the sole arbitrator of said location.

N. All cars must be painted in a workmanlike manner. All cars must have approved; legible
numbers in contrasting color to car paint scheme, at least 24" high, with minimum 3" stroke.
Numbers must be placed on both door areas and top, and as directed by officials. In the
event of duplicate numbers, driver currently lowest in point standings will be required to
alter number for scoring purposes.

O. Infractions of rules set forth in this complete document, whether regarding conduct and
deportment or technical specifications, subject the offender to (a) disqualification from an
individual race meet, (b) loss of points and/or purse and (c) suspension from subsequent
competition for a period to be determined by representatives of Crossville Raceway
officials reserve the right to change or amend any rule set forth at any time without notice,
Track officials reserve the right to reject any entry. Crossville Raceway will not be
responsible for any damage to any vehicle or personal property located on track grounds.

P. ATVs are allowed in the pit area. All ATVs must adhere to all pit speed limits and safety
regulations set forth by Crossville Raceway. Anyone operating an ATV outside these
guidelines will forfeit their ATV privileges.
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