RAIN CHECK POLICY - If all classes of the stock cars heat race has been has been started (took the green flag) that will be considered a full race night. The Promoter has two options, it's the Promoters Choice.
A- We will run double features on the next regular scheduled race event. Which Means you will pay again on the makeup event to enter the pits (that fee is for the second set of heats and features) you must bring your arm band from rain out night or it will cost you two pit passes to enter the pits (keep your armbands if you have no arm band you will pay a pit pass for makeup night (I don't care if I know you was there or not no exceptions)). We will run the rest of the rain out night events first. If at that point you wish to leave the pits we will refund you what you paid to enter the second night's events but you must be out of the pits before any of the second event heat races start.
B- We will pay 50% of the feature purse off the finishing order of the heat race (if the heat race has not been completed we will pay off the order that the drivers were running when the races were called) no refunds and armbands no good for next regular race event.
C- ABSOLUTELY NO CASH REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN EVER. If the weather looks bad and you are in doubt if we will be racing or not, check our website. www.centervillespeedway.com OR OUR FACEBOOK PAGE (Centerville Super Speedway, or my personal page Wayne Tidwell or you may email us at logcabinoutlaw@yahoo.com or text or call me 479-970-0160 I will do my best to keep my personal page updated with weather reports be remember I am responsible for setting up the track so I am extremely busy if I don't answer your calls. Zip code for the track location if you want to look up weather on weather apps is 72829
D- Gps location for the track is (10151 Speedway lane Dardanelle Arkansas 72834
RACE RECEIVERS ARE MANDATORY FOR ALL CLASSES AND WILL BE ENFORCED!
PROTEST POLICY.....A protest will be allowed after feature race only and whoever protests must have been a participant for the three (3) previous weeks of racing. Drivers in that race must finish 10th place or better to protest. Each driver is allowed to protest only one car per night, and can only protest a car finishing in a higher position. Anything found illegal during protest will be illegal. Protest must be made by driver at the end of the feature race at the flag stand before being weighed. Only the top 10 finishers of the Feature Race will be allowed to protest. In the event that more than one driver wants to protest the same car, the driver that gets money to the flag stand first will have the right to do the protesting. More than one protest is allowed after each feature race as long as it is on another car (but one driver cannot protest more than one car per night per class). Two cars CAN NOT protest the same car. If a car is deemed to be illegal the Points will be changed as well as the money, 2nd place will collect 1st place points & money and so on down the line. Protested Driver must furnish tools. Driver and pit crew of protested car, up to four (4) people, are allowed on the track during the tear down, and protesting car can bring two (2) people. Cars found illegal will forfeit winnings for the night and all points for that complete race event & any awards. Any un-sportsman like conduct from anyone there can & will be grounds for disqualification on either side. Tech official shall have the right to confiscate any parts or whole race vehicle to determine the legality of them parts & or the vehicle (refusal to allow the track tech to retain them parts or race vehicle will be grounds for disqualification) if tech confiscates any parts or complete race vehicle the car that the parts are confiscated form will not receive any money or awards till the tech deems them parts are legal or illegal. If illegal no money or awards or points will be received. All decisions will be made by the tech official and will be final. IF YOU CANNOT
AGREE WITH THIS.....DO NOT PROTEST. Read the FACTORY STOCK PROTEST RULES FOR ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS!
2019 Centerville Super Speedway General Rules
1. Roll bars are required on all cars (exceptions (front Wheel Drives & Lead Sleds only optional) if driver is 18 years old or older and all riders are over 18 years old and the original integrity of the structure of the racecar has not been compromised or the car has not been rolled previously.
2. No screw joint fittings allowed. The minimum requirements for all roll bars on all cars shall be an "A" shaped affair, constructed of at least 1 1/2 inch O.D. pipe with bars running from upper right corner to lower left corner and just the opposite on the other side of car forming "X" as viewed from front to rear. There must also be a cross bar on top to complete a caged affair around the driver. All roll bar pipes must be at least 1/8 inch in thickness, and must have an additional support extending from rear upright to rear position of frame. No concrete reinforcement steel may be used. All welds must have gussets. All of the above is required for maximum safety for drivers.
2. All cars must be equipped with ignition switch & fire extinguisher accessible to driver at all times.
3. All cars must have gas tanks of heavy duty construction and must be securely fastened to frames.
4. All cars must have one shock per wheel and have two working brakes.
5. All seats must be welded to frame or bolted through floor and fishplate.
6. Racing seat only. Must be bolted solid. (Exception Front Wheel Drive & Lead sled)
7. All hinged body parts must be securely fastened or welded.
8. All cars must be equipped with approved safety belts and all belts must be at least three inches wide and fastened to frame or cage. All belts must be used. Exception oem belts on front wheel drive and Lead sleds & side by sides ok
9. Battery must be covered and fastened securely.
10. Full front caps and bodies are mandatory. Wheel opening may be enlarged to allow larger tires. (Look at class rules)
11. Cars must have rear firewall between driver's compartment and fuel tank or trunk area.
12. No sharp or rough edges allowed on any exterior part of car.
13. No fuel lines inside of car. All fuel lines must be run under car or floor pan.
14. All flywheel type cars must have a 180-degree blow proof housing or shatter proof shield with minimum 1/8-inch steel.
15. All open tube drive shafts must have a safety strap or chain of 360 degrees and must be painted white.
16. All fabrics, upholstery, windows and glass, door hardware and dash instruments must be removed from car. All exterior chrome and decorations such as hood ornaments, mirrors, antenna, and outside door handles must be removed (except for front and rear bumpers). Exception allowed ask tech first)
17. All cars will have front and rear bumpers at a reasonable height and extend beyond the body for pushing and must have a chain or steel loop device attached to the hook up. Front hoop can be braced forward of radiator to bumper.
18. Approved racing helmets mandatory. Helmets must have a "Snell" rating. FIRESUITS ARE MANDATORY IN ALL CLASSES!!!
19. Appearance rule will be in effect at management's discretion. All cars must be painted and have a reasonable appearance with contrasting number on side and top of car large enough (2' X 20") for lap counter to distinguish from the officials box. Also, a small number should be painted on the bottom of trunk lid. Numbers are assigned by lap counter only.
20. Race position will be posted on the line up board in the pit area (also on the tracks Facebook page). It is the driver's responsibility to know his position. All racers are responsible to be in correct position in line up area. Usually when the cars pull onto the track they will start coming out of turn 4 (pay attention)! Drivers will be called to line up in pit area designated by pit steward. Cars are to be in correct line up and ready to start the event before entering the racetrack or pit steward is empowered to place a car at the back of line up or disqualify. (It is not our responsibility to make sure you are lined up in your correct spot at the start of a race you need to know where you are supposed to start and get there!)
21. When the cars enter the track the start will be official only upon the flagman waving the green flag. The race will start in the number four turn with the pole car sitting the pace, which shall be consistent with track conditions and is required to keep the field in formation. The steward or flagman shall be empowered to disqualify or penalize any drive violating this rule. When green flag drops the race has officially started.
22. If the race is re-started, all cars return to their original positions. Any car for which a yellow or red flag is thrown will go to the rear after the second attempt. Then the race will be realigned as they were posted on line up board once the race completes one lap then from that point they will be lined up according to the way they crossed the finish line during the last completed lap. A red flag means stop and hold position. A yellow flag means caution. WE DO NOT RACE TO THE YELLOW FLAG.
23. If a car is charged for a caution twice in one race, that car will be disqualified for that race, at the flagman's discretion. If a car causes a spin or accident, he will be put to the rear. If an accident happens and no official can tell what car caused it, we will stop the race and line the cars back like they were before the accident.
24. Any unauthorized participant, including pit crew members, approaching with intent to argue or entering flag man's stand, lap counter's booth or announcer's booth will be disqualified and lose points and money for the entire program & very possible barred. Driver is responsible for crew members and spouses. Any person causing or becoming involved in any unsportsman like behavior, including stopping on the track to argue, can be suspended from the track for a length of time set forth by management. Fighting will cause you to get put in jail with a fine, PLUS a suspension from the track. The first suspension will be for two (2) weeks; the second will be for the remainder of the season. The officers on duty are given the right by management and State of Arkansas to enforce the rules and regulations of the Speedway as well as county, state and federal laws.
25. Any Speedway management decisions will be final. The Speedway and officials reserve the right to refuse entrance to anyone who refuses to abide by rules and usual policy of conducting auto racing. NOTE: Any car racing at the Speedway from another track with minor rule differences may, at management's discretion, race one night but will be notified of any necessary modifications and will have to be legal on the next visit to the Speedway.
26. There will be absolutely no race cars, tow trucks, or pit crews in the infield unless asked by track officials.
27. A black flag will be given to any car not able to run safely (example: dragging loose parts or leaking fluid), any car not at racing speed, any car with excessive smoking, and any car deliberately driving rough. These are all at the flag man's discretion. Spinning around in the infield, any hand language or profanity to any track official will result in a black flag. A black flag will be given to a car twice. If a driver ignores the flag, the race may be stopped and the offender put off the track. This is un-sportsmanlike conduct and will be ground for suspension. NOT SEEING THE FLAG IS NO EXCUSE. Black flag rule pertains to all classes. No racing on the infield.
28. Top five (3) cars must weigh after feature race before leaving the track or car will be disqualified for that race.
29. Special events may be governed by different rules. If so, amendments will be given either on a flyer for the event or at the driver's meeting.
30. A driver's meeting will be called most race night, when this is called; any driver that does not attend the meeting forfeits any protest or discussion rights for the night.
31. Only towing vehicles, trailers and race-cars are allowed in the pit area.
32. It is compulsory for all owners, drivers, mechanics, officials, and all other persons who enter the pit area to sign the Release and Waiver of Liability and Indemnity agreement. We assume that you have read one of these forms when you sign it. All items (tow vehicles, race cars, tools, etc.) are taken into the area at the owners risk and are not covered by the tracks insurance policy.
33. Anyone under the age of 18 must have a notarized affidavit consent signed by PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN.
34. The management reserves the right to change the race program or rules at any time to improve racing at the Speedway.
35. Any point or rule not covered herein will be decided by track officials and
36. Any Speedway management decisions will be final. The Speedway and officials reserve the right to refuse entrance to anyone who refuses to abide by rules and usual policy of conducting auto racing. NOTE: Any car racing at the Speedway from another track with minor rule differences may, at management's discretion, race one night but will be notified of any necessary modifications and will have to be legal on the next visit to the Speedway.