KPS is about Sportsmanship
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1. Prior to any race event, any vehicle may be subject to a safety inspection by the Race Officials and may be disqualified from competing until violations are corrected.
2. No race, time trial or warm-up shall start unless there is adequate safety and emergency equipment on the track premises.
3. Any driver involved in a serious accident must receive clearance from the ambulance attendant in order to continue to participate.
4. All drivers' helmets must meet Snell 90 or better standards.
5. All drivers must wear driving suits or CLEAN coveralls that cover the body from the neck to the wrists and ankles and they must not enter the track surface at any time without all their safety equipment (helmets, safety belts, fire suit etc.). It is highly recommended that drivers wear eye protection that is designed for auto racing, as well as a neck brace.
6. Any person entering the pit area must wear proper attire. No open-toed shoes are allowed.
7. Seat-belts are to be racing type, 5 point (no homemade) and securely fastened to the roll cage and seat frame, with one quick-release mechanism. Belts are to be in good condition, 2" minimum width, 3" width suggested. Mounting points must be secure and made of steel with 3/8" diameter Grade 5 bolts minimum. Shoulder belts are to be mounted 2" lower than the highest area that covers the driver's shoulders to keep the driver down in a rollover and the lap belts must be padded. The manufacturer's date on all belts should be checked and each individual will be responsible for following the manufacturer's recommendations for inspection and replacement. Seat belts will be visually inspected by the technical director and any belts rejected must be replaced.
8. No driver, while on the track will loosen or remove their seatbelts, helmets or get out of their vehicle unless the vehicle is on fire or they are directed to do so by a Race Official. There will be a fine for each violation of not less than $25 and not more than $1000.00.
9. Racing seats- please refer to individual class rules for ruling on seats. Refer to diagram section for seat installation.
10. A quick-release driver's side window net is mandatory. An approved nylon web type net must be installed in driver's side window opening. Net size must be 16" x 18". Net must be installed so that it is tight. Window net anchors must be attached to roll bars, not body with 3/8 steel rods top and bottom (no threaded rod). Net must be anchored at the bottom and released at the top front with an approved quick-release mechanism ( seat belt buckle or lever-style latch). All mounting hardware must be inboard of body. No homemade window nets will be allowed.
11. A battery master kill switch is mandatory, all electrical accessories and the engine must stop when the switch is turned off. The battery switch must be clearly labelled and within driver's and safety crews' reach. All cars must have a working neutral safety switch. The switch may be routed through the brake light switch or a clutch pedal switch. The ignition switch must be labelled in the OFF position and accessible by the driver when the seat belts are done up.
12. A minimum 2.5 lb. fully charged fire extinguisher mounted in the proper metal quick release bracket and with a recharge slip dating back no more than 9 months is mandatory. A fire extinguisher is to be mounted within the driver's reach with the seat belts done up. A second fire extinguisher of 5 lbs minimum is mandatory in the pit area for each race vehicle.
13. Vehicles MUST have lights for night racing. Vehicles must have two red tail lights and two amber front lights. Lights are to be 2" in diameter. No glass allowed.
14. A fully functioning brake system is required before entering or reentering a race. Cars must be capable of a four-wheel lock up at any given time. A parking brake may not be used to achieve a four-wheel lockup.
15. Vehicles must paint drive shafts white with vehicle numbers clearly marked.
16. Added weight must be in block form, no less than 10 lb pieces. Ballast weight must be fastened to or encased within the frame rail, no lower than the frame rail. Added weight must be double bolted with grade 5 1/2 inch bolts and painted white with the number clearly marked on each piece. Loss of an add on weight will result in a severe penalty.
17. A 1/8" steel scatter shield that is positioned between the floor and bell housing, covering the top part of the bell housing. 180 degrees around, is required on all cars with manual transmissions. An aftermarket 360 degree scatter shield is recommended on manual transmissions.
18. Fuel cans in the pits must be red or white in color and clearly marked. All other fluids must not be in a fuel can and clearly labeled water, waste oil, etc.
19. No dumping of fuel, waste oil, tires, or any other toxic chemical on the Speedway grounds. Race teams are required to transport their toxic waste to proper facilities for disposal. Violators will be fined heavily and responsible for cost of cleanup.
20. There will be NO lit smoking materials allowed within the driver's compartment of the race vehicle during a race event or around a vehicle that is being refueled.
1. The general rules shall apply to each and every, driver, owner, sponsor, mechanic, crew member and/or pit personnel (collectively known as participants). All participants are subject to the rules and regulations on and off the track and are expected to know the rules and regulations. Any claimed ignorance of the rules WILL NOT be accepted or tolerated as an excuse.
2. Violation of these rules with the intent to harm the spirit of the Regina Auto Racing Club, hereafter referred to as the RARC, shall be considered to have engaged in unsportsmanlike conduct and shall be dealt with by the Race Director and/or the Track Management depending on the nature of the infraction. Un-sportsman-like conduct will result in a fine up to $1000.00 and/or suspension from the organization and prohibited attendance at the Kings Park Speedway in any form. The offender shall forfeit all points when the infraction occurred, to the date of the infraction and all prize money earned for that event.
3. The rules and regulations are effective upon the date of this publication.
4. The Management reserves the right to add, delete, supersede, or modify rules, exhibits, or diagrams that Management deems necessary for the betterment and/or safety of racing.
5. All fines and suspensions will automatically carry a minimum one-year probationary period from the date of the infraction and will carry over from class to class. All suspensions must be served, and fines must be paid in full before entry to Kings Park Speedway will be allowed.
6. You must be a member or person in good standings with the RARC if you wish to receive membership, points, money, or other awards. All fines must be paid, suspensions served, and other outstanding debts must be taken care of to be considered in good standings. This applies to any member, driver, owner, sponsor, pit crew member, spectator, or guest on the Kings Park Speedway premises.
7. Physical and verbal abuse WILL NOT be tolerated at Kings Park Speedway by any party. No Track Management, Race Official, Race Director, Driver, Crew Member, or guest shall subject any person to abusive or improper language or physical abuse at any time. This will be considered un-sportsman-like conduct and will result in a fine of up to $1000.00 and/or suspension.
8. Alcoholic beverages are to be consumed in the controlled area of Kings Park Speedway at designated times. No participant at Kings Park Speedway shall wear racing apparel in the beer gardens during race events. No liquor or controlled substances are to be consumed on the premises of Kings Park Speedway by anyone entering the pit area at any time. Any person found to be under the influence, or in possession of any drug that is found illegal by federal law, will automatically be removed from the premises with denial of further entry to be determined by the Race Director and Track Management. If any driver or crew member is caught consuming any alcoholic beverages before the ENTIRE day's program is completed, he/she will be immediately removed from the race and track premises and shall be subject to a mandatory fine of not less than $25.00 and nor more than $1000.00, and that person will also be suspended.
9. All persons requiring access to the pit area must have documentation probing minimum age of 14 years and the person must qualify in one of the following categories:
a) Driver or pit crew of the registered vehicle
b) Accredited member of the media
c) Accredited VIP, guest, race official or volunteer
All persons qualified to enter the pit area will pay the applicable fees. Further, they will print their name and vehicle number in a legible manner on the required documentation (to the satisfaction of the gate security), and then sign beside it. Any participant failing to sign all release forms will be disqualified and lose all money/points for that day.
10. Other than race officials, any person entering the pit area must be wearing clean long-sleeved coveralls, preferably team uniforms.
11. No person shall drive any vehicle on the track without permission from the
12. The tower is off-limits during any event. This does not apply to Race Officials and Track Management.
13. The Race Director along with Track Management reserve the right to reject or allow any entry of vehicles, drivers, crew members and/or any other person at Kings Park Speedway.
14. A valid driver’s license must be held to participate in racing. If a driver’s license is revoked, reinstatement can be made only by the Race Director and Management. Failure to apply for reinstatement will result in a fine to be determined by the Track Management.
15. Every driver must inspect the racing surface and the track area to learn of anything which, in the driver’s opinion, is unsafe. Any driver entering any racing event is considered to have inspected the track and determined that all conditions are satisfied. The driver further acknowledges that they are aware that auto racing involves risk and that by competing in an event; they assume these risks with full awareness and knowledge. No person except the drivers and race officials are allowed on the track surface at any time.
16. Regular class drivers that have driven in a regular class race in any year may not become rookie drivers in the current season. Rookie drivers may move to regular class racing during the current season but forfeit the right to go back to the rookie class during the current season. Any points accumulated will stay with the registered vehicle.
17. All cars competing will be subject to a maximum noise limit of 100 decibels. Decibels readings will be taken at a designated location from the spectator stands with a decibel meter. Offending cars will be issued a warning. If no action is taken to conform to the rule, the offending vehicle will not be allowed to compete until the correction is made.
18. Two-digit numbers in contrasting colours must be on both doors at least 18” high and 2” wide. 18”x 12”x 2” numbers must be on the right top of the roof, facing the drivers’ side, the roof number will be viewed correctly from standing on the driver's side of the vehicle. 6” numbers shall be displayed on the right front and right rear on head and tail light covers. Out-of-town cars must change their vehicle number for that specific race day if the number conflicts with local vehicle numbers.
19. No radios or receivers are allowed in any vehicle competing in a RARC governed race event.
20. Any vehicle number not registered during the previous season may be used during the current season with the Exception of Car #44 which has been retired.
21. Any vehicle left on the premises of Kings Park Speedway is done so at its own risk and after 24 hours will be considered abandoned and become the property of the RARC.
22. Vehicle Protests:
22.1 Individuals filing a protest must be a member in good standing with King Park Speedway and be a registered owner or driver of the race class of the vehicle being protested.
22.2 Protests must be filed in writing with a Kings Park Speedway official within 30 minutes Prior to the feature race.
a) Withdrawal of a protest will not be allowed once the Feature Race has started.
22.3 The inspection WILL NOT be carried out until after the Feature Race on the final day of the event.
a) If a protest is filed prior to the last day of a multi-day event, the vehicle in question will be impounded in a no basis location until the next race day.
b) If work is required while the vehicle is impounded, the work must be overseen by a Kings Park Speedway official.
22.4 The protest must specify the alleged violation to determine whether the protest is allowed or rejected.
a) Only 1 violation inspection per protest.
22.5 Protests WILL NOT be allowed after post-race inspections have been completed.
22.6 All protests will be handled at track level and must be accompanied by a $400.00 cash deposit. $100.00 of the deposit goes to the RARC and will not be refunded, regardless of the outcome of the protest. If item being protested is found legal, $300.00 will be awarded to the owner/driver of the protested vehicle. If found illegal, $300 will be refunded to the protester.
22.7 If the party the protest is against refuses to be inspected, they will forfeit all points accumulated up to the date of protest.
22.8 Process: Class rules will supersede what is stated below.
Engine: Will consist of the removal of intake and one head.
Carburetor: Bore (CFM)
All gears must function while under load. Fully functional convertor.
Standards: All gears must function while under load. Must have approved clutch.
Chassis: Suspension mounts are in the factory location.
NOTE: Only 1 item under the category may be protested at a time.
RUN YOUR JUNK RULES
- 1/4 tons, mini vans, full size cars 1/4-ton SUV or smaller, No V8's, 4x4 drive shaft to be removed.
-no engines bigger than 3.8 litres displacement
-all interior pieces removed except driver's seat and dash board
-all doors/trunks/hood to be chained shut with maximum of 2 chains, can also be welded shut with minimum 2" long stitch weld.
-no solid weld on trunk or doors
-all plastic trim/lights removed including plastic grill. -all plastic interior and burnables must be removed.
-all glass removed with exception of windshield (windshield can be removed but must have expanded metal welded in place of windshield
-driver's window must have window net/expanded metal welded/ and or snow fence securely fasten to protect driver, if there is a sunroof it must be sheeted off with 6" spacing on rivets.
-must have grader blade or minimum 4” c channel bolted to driver's door with the opening of the channel facing the door. Must extended 4"past door to front fender as well as rear quarter or 4" past back door for four door cars. Must be mounted open and out and ends cut on a 45-degree angle. No grader blades allowed on passenger side.
-Door bar must be secured to the door with minimum 4 5/8” bolts with 4 3/16" plate washers on the inside of vehicle
-driver's door needs a cushion or foam on inside to protect driver
-driver's door must have plastic snow fence , netting, or expandable metal secured safely to door to protect driver.
-all air bags to be removed
-steering wheels to be padded and taped to prevent damage to hands
-driver's door must be painted white with a X on it
-cars only participating in run your junk must have minimum horizontal bar 2” minimum on pillar behind drivers seat from one side of car to the other with plate welded to each end with 4 1/2” minimum bolts bolting it to the vehicle, they will also need a 2” minimum vertical bar in middle of car from floor to roof with plates welded on each end secured with 4 1/2” minimum bolts on each end this bar must be welded to the horizontal bar as well
-Must have min 3" round bar or square tubing with 3/16" minimum thick plate on both ends of bar 8"x8" secured with min 4 1/2" bolts, cross bar welded to uprights from door bar to door bar secured with same double plate, set up as upright.
-cars that are participating in run your junk as well as roll over comp must have a rear hoop behind driver from floor to roof and from drivers side to passenger side. Must be no smaller the 1 3/4 .95 wall pipe and must have two rear kickers as well as two front kickers all points 360 welded and all points of contact to vehicle must be welded to 1/8” plate and minimum 4 1/2” bolts to vehicle on each plate for any questions contact head of tech he will gladly explain the construction of the roll bar for this .
⁃vehicles doing the roll over comp must remove windshields and run expanded metal in its place
-batteries must be securely mounted inside vehicle passanger foot wheel or behind drivers seat in battery box.
-All cars must have a master kill switch mounted inside the vehicle where safety crews can easily access
-4 or 5 point harness recommended but can also run factory seat belt as long as it’s not frayed or torn
-all vehicles have to remove antifreeze and must be running straight water
-all vehicles must have a 5 pound fire extinguisher mounted securely in the vehicle within arms reach of driver ( fire extinguishers will be removed before roll over comp as they can be a projectile )
-all cars must have a car number clearly visible on vehicle
-Chain thickness for securing must be minimum 3/8"
-1/4 tank of gas ONLY incase of rollover or puncture
-Reminder Bring Extra Tires