We will be using NKA Dirt Speedway rules as a guideline. Exceptions will be at the discretion of the track race director.
LINK TO 2017 NKA RULEBOOK
LINK TO 2017 LOCAL RULEBOOK AMMENDMENTS
Kart numbers are reserved via memberships. If your number conflicts with that of a member you will be asked to change it. Numbers are first come first served. They can be reserved for the following year with a membership on a timely basis.
Pit areas can be reserved also. All pit stalls will be reserved first come first serve. Exceptions are for the renewals which will be held until April 1st of the following year. Then all open stalls are available to the general masses. Failure to maintain your parking area will result in the loss of that privilege.
Each racers pit stall must be equipped with a fire extinguisher.
No Alcoholic beverages to be consumed in the pit area at anytime during the racing program.
The pit area at Hi-Go is cold. Karts are not allowed to move from area to area under power.
Drivers meetings are mandatory for all adult racers and guardian adults.
All Junior drivers are required to have a SFI certified chest protector.
4 karts are the minimum for a class. The race director has the right to intermix classes as needed.
The track scale reading is final. All racers should check their kart weight before engaging in the program.
All participants are to be running Burris SS-33A tires only on flat karts. No grooving, siping, recaping of any kind. No open flames. Winged Karts will be on Burris tires on all four corners and will run a QRC 55 on right rear only. Any deviation to this rule will be at the discretion of the Race Director. Participants not running on the spec tire should contact the Race Director before racing to get approval.
Mufflers and Full length rear bumpers are mandatory for all shows.
AMB Transponders are mandatory for all races. They are available for rent at the track if you do not own your own. The mounting location on the kart is behind an imaginary line across the front kingpins. If you do not have a working transponder on your kart during the race program you may not be scored.
Questions related to track conditions or weather can be directed to 715-524-5379 or the website.
The rules set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events. These rules shall govern the conditions of all events, and by participating in these events, all participants are deemed to have complied with these rules. These rules are intended as a guide for the conduct of the event and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant, spectator or official. The track officials shall be empowered to permit reasonable deviation from any specification that in his/her opinion does not alter the acceptable requirements. Any deviation of these rules is left to the discretion of the officials. Their decision is final.