TRACK RULES/CLASSES




GENERAL TRACK RULES
:

1.  NO ALCOHOL ALLOWED!  If you are caught
    drinking you will be asked to leave the premises. 
    If you don't have a designated driver the police
    will do this for you
    This includes All
    Spectors As Well.

2.  NO DISORDERLY CONDUCT, fighting, with
    drivers or officials.  If this occurs, you will be asked
    to leave the premises.

3.  NO FIREARMS, DRUGS:   If you are caught with a 
    firearm or any type of drugs, you will be ask to leave
    the premises. 

4.  NO PETS:  This is for the safety of your pet and the 
    race drivers.  It could get ugly!

5.  NO RADIOS OF ANY KIND :


SAFETY TECH RULES
FOR ALL CLASSES:


1.   SAFETY GEAR REQUIRED at all times. Mandatory:
     Helmet, Racing Jacket or Long Sleeve Shirt, Neck
     Brace, Shoes AND Gloves. NO SHORTS
     or HOODIES, LONG HAIR MUST BE PUT UP INSIDE
     HELMET!.


2.   ALL DRIVERS MUST INSPECT THER KARTS before entering
     the track. 

3.   NO DRIVING IN THE PITS, this is a must for
     safety and will not be allowed for anyone.  Karts
     must only be driven from starting grid to scales.

4.   All TIRE PREPS must be labeled with contents
     for safety Issues.

5.   All OIL & FUELS are to be disposed of in a proper
     container that will be taken with you when you leave. 
     In the event your caught disposing of oil or fuel at 
     this raceway ON THE GORUND there will be a fine of $550.00. 

WE HAVE DISPOSING BARRELS FOR YOUR CONVEINCE 


DRIVERS RULES & REGULATIONS
FOR ALL CLASSES:

  ALL Rules and Regulations Above may change by any given Race. check with management before each race starts.



 Wagoners Speedway Reserves All Rights 
 To Add Or Change Rules At Any Time For Safety Reasons.

All rules will apply to each competitor equally.
Track Officials will adhere to these rules. If a
problem occurs during a race and the race has
already been completed, it’s impossible to rerun
the race. Every effort will be made to insure the
problem does not happen again. Comments and
suggestions are welcomed as long as they are
made in a calm and rational manner.