Rookie Division Specific Rules

 

·        Age. 5-8 years old. If the 8-year-old has previously raced, he or she will move up to the Junior 1 class.

·        Engine Restrictor Plate. Red Plate 0.375”

·        Weight. 235 lbs. post-race

·        Body. No steering fairing allowed

·        Rear Bumper. Rear bumper must be hoop type that is full width not to extend past of the rear wheels.

·        Race procedure. Heat race lineup to be determined by draw at time of registration. Low number will start on pole. Rookie heat races will start from a dead stop on the front straightaway. The drivers will stage in the correct starting positions in the stagging line. Drivers will drive to turn 4 and stop prior to the race start. The Head Flagman will drop the green flag to start the race. If there is a yellow flag karts are to slow and stop in turn 4 to line up for a restart. There is a 3 spin-out rule for the rookie division. If the driver spins three times in a race, they will be black flagged and disqualified. Top 4 karts to proceed to tech inspection.

Junior 1 Division Specific Rules

·        Age. 8-10 years old. If the 10-year-old has previously raced, he or she will move up to the Junior 2 class.

·        Engine Restrictor Plate. Green 0.425”

·        Weight. 265 Lbs. post-race

·        Body. No Steering fairing allowed.

·        Rear Bumper. Left rear bumper must cover left rear tire not to extend past wheel.

·        Race Procedure. Heat race lineup to be determined by draw at time of registration. Low number will start on pole. Jr 1 heat races will be a rolling start. The drivers will stage in the correct starting positions in the pit staging line. Drivers will complete 1 pace lap. The Flagman will drop the green flag to start the race. If there is a yellow flag, karts are to slow and stop on the back straightaway to re-line the starting positions. If the first lap is not completed before a yellow flag, there will be a complete restart. If one lap is completed the lineup will be a single file start. There is a 2 spin-out rule for the Jr 1 division. If the driver spins two times in a race, they will be black flagged and disqualified. Top 4 karts to proceed to tech inspection. Jr 1 drivers are expected to learn the lineup procedures and to know all the meaning of the flags and the use of hand signals.

Junior 2 Specific Rules

·        Age. 10-12 years old. If the 12-year-old has previously raced, he or she will move up to the Junior 3 class.

·        Engine Restrictor Plate. Purple .500”

·        Weight. 290 lbs. post-race

·        Body. No Steering fairing allowed.

·        Rear Bumper. Left rear bumper must cover left rear tire not to extend past wheel.

·        Race Procedure. Heat race lineup to be determined by draw at time of registration. Low number will start on pole. Jr 2 heat races will be a rolling start. The drivers will stage in the correct starting positions in the pit staging line. Drivers will do 1 pace lap. The Flagman will drop the green flag to start the race. If there is a yellow flag karts are to slow and stop on the back straight a way to re line the starting positions. If the first lap is not completed before a yellow flag a complete restart. If one lap is completed the lineup will be a single file start. There is a 2 spin out rule for the Jr 2 division. If the driver spins two times in a race, they will be black flagged and disqualified. Top 4 karts to proceed to tech inspection. Jr 2 drivers are expected to know the lineup procedures and to know the meaning of all flags and using hand signals.

Junior 3 Specific Rules

·        Age. 12-16 years old. Any 16-year-old that has previously raced will move to an adult class. Any 16-year-old rookie that has never raced will 

         the option to stay in Junior 3 or move to an adult class.

·        Engine Restrictor Plate. No

·        Weight. 320 lbs. post-race

·        Body. Steering fairing allowed.

·        Rear Bumper. Left rear bumper must cover left rear tire not to extend past wheel.

Race Procedure. Heat race lineup to be determined by draw at time of registration. Low number will start on pole. Jr 3 heat races will be a rolling start. The drivers will stage in the correct starting positions in the pit staging line. Drivers will do 1 pace lap. The Flagman will drop the green flag to start the race. If there is a yellow flag karts are to slow and stop on the back straight a way to re line the starting positions. If the first lap is not completed before a yellow flag a complete restart. If one lap is completed the lineup will be a single file start. There is a 2 spin out rule for the Jr 3 division. If the driver spins two times in a race, they will be black flagged and disqualified. Top 4 karts to proceed to tech inspection. Jr 3 drivers must know the lineup procedures and to know all the meaning of the flags and must use hand signals.

 

Ladies Only All-Star Series Specific Rules

·        Age. Must Be 16 years old.

·        Weight. 375 lbs. post-race

·        Race Procedure. Heat race lineup to be determined by draw at time of registration. Low number will start on pole.  All-Star heat races will be a rolling start. The drivers will stage in the correct starting positions in the stagging line. Drivers will do 1 pace lap. The Flagman will drop the green flag to start the race. All Star drivers are expected to be able to line up in the correct starting positions while pacing. If the first lap is not completed before a yellow flag a complete restart. If one lap is completed the lineup will be a single file start.  There is a 2 spin out rule for the All-Star division. If the driver spins two times in a race, they will be black flagged and disqualified. Top 4 karts to proceed to tech inspection.  All-Star drivers are expected to race in a professional manner and to lead by example for our youth drivers. No unsportsmanlike behavior will be allowed.

Adult All-Star Series Specific Rules

·        Age. Must Be 16 years old at time of race.

·        Weight. 390 lbs. post-race

·        Race Procedure. Heat race lineup to be determined by draw at time of registration. Low number will start on pole.  All-Star heat races will be a rolling start. The drivers will stage in the correct starting positions in the stagging line. Drivers will do 1 pace lap. The Flagman will drop the green flag to start the race. All Star drivers are expected to be able to line up in the correct starting positions while pacing. If the first lap is not completed before a yellow flag a complete restart. If one lap is completed the lineup will be a single file start. There is a 2 spin out rule for the All-Star division. If the driver spins two times in a race, they will be black flagged and disqualified. Top 4 karts to proceed to tech inspection.  All-Star drivers are expected to race in a professional manner and to lead by example for our youth drivers. No unsportsmanlike behavior will be allowed.