General and Safety Rules 2018

  • Window nets & Latches- Full window nets. If doors are removed, full enclosed door nets which are easily removable. A steel structure must secure the nets. A quick release or seatbelt latch located on top. (17) (18)
  • Brakes- All vehicles must have enough brakes to hold under strain or stop test for standard vehicles, at the discretion of the safety officer.
  • Scatter shields – Blanket or steel bell housing or flex plate shield is mandatory for all Prostock and Modified vehicles. Other classes optional but recommended.  Must cover bell-housing area and be SFI approved (outdated is OK), not homemade.
  • Helmets & Neck braces – Full face helmets and SFI neck braces are mandatory for all classes. Each participant must have their own at the start line or they will not be able to run. No open-faced helmets allowed. (16)
  • Windshields – If OEM windshield is not present, then the driver and navigator must wear DOT full faced helmets with shields down or safety glasses and a 3-2A/1 rated fire suit (SFI approved). (17) (18)
  • Firewalls – A metal firewall is mandatory.
  • Fire suits – If no OEM firewall or windshield is present, you must wear a 3-2A/1 rated fire suit. (18)
  • Fire Extinguishers- must be present in each vehicle and within reach of driver and navigator. Must be fully charged with a gauge and easily detachable (No duct tape).
  • Seat belts or harnesses must be worn – Minimum of 4 – point harness is mandatory in all WORR points trucks, unless a class states otherwise. (17)
  • Roll bars – All points trucks must have a minimum 4-point cage, including a roll bar behind the driver/navigator, tied to the frame. Unless class rules state otherwise. Non-Points trucks may run without a roll bar.  They MUST have a minimum 6 pillar roof with All glass in tact. At the discretion of the tech. (17) (18)
  • Fuel cells – Aftermarket fuel cells / systems must be roll over secure (no ratchet straps) and properly vented at the discretion of Safety/Tech guys.
  • Batteries – must be roll over secure (no ratchet straps) and securely fastened. (18)
  • Tailgates & Lift gates are not required, applies to all classes. (17)
  • Tow hooks- all points trucks are required to have tow hooks/loops, front and rear. (18)
  • All fiber glass caps can be removed for safety.
  • Transmissions- Metal flooring must cover transmission. (18)
  • Roof covered in – All vehicles are to have the roof covered in solid metal (min. 18 gauge). (16)
  • Flat tires- You may finish a course on a flat tire without being disqualified.
  • Roll overs – If a vehicle should roll over, it must be re-teched before running again. Should the vehicle land back on its wheels and can be started again (within 10 seconds), you may continue your run and vehicle will be re-teched before next run.(16)
  • Getting Out of your race truck – If you get out, for any reason it will be an automatic DNF. (18)
  • Drive shaft loops – All points trucks must have 1 loop per drive shaft, located towards the front of the drive shaft. To the discretion of the tech. (17) (18)
  • Disconnect switch- Mounted within reach of driver/navigator on all points trucks above Superstock. (17)
  • Fuel Injection/ Spacer Plates- No spacer plates for fuel injection engines only. Maximum 1” spacer plate for carbureted engines only. (17)
  • Diesels – will only be permitted to run in the Superstock class.
  • Volunteers & Track Officials – ONLY designated volunteers and track officials are to be allowed on the track at all times. Waiver must be signed and safety vests must be worn. (17) (18)
  • Neutral Safety Switch – All vehicles must have a neutral safety switch so that the vehicle will not start in gear. This applies to both standard and automatic transmissions. There is to be no brake pedal switches. (18)
  • Use of the light tree – $200 is to be paid to Darcy Backer for the use of his lights at each event, whether you use them or not. (18)
  • Registration – closes 1 hour prior to the race schedule start time. (17) (18)
  • Registration fees – Includes entry to a full weekend of racing, drags and slalom; Driver and 1 navigator only (Both must be present at time of registration. NO EXCEPTIONS). If driver or navigator provides proof that they paid a gate fee, that money will be reimbursed from the gate money. (18)

70% for payout, 15% to WORR, 15% to hosting club.

Of the 70% payout. (1st place – 50%, 2nd place – 30% and 3rd place – 20%) (16)

  • Waiver – All Drivers/Navigators that are racing, must be registered and sign the waiver prior to the beginning of the racing. (18)
  • $200 to be paid to the statistician at the beginning of each event.
  • Anyone under the age of 16 will not be allowed in a race vehicle (applies to when the vehicle is racing). Proof of age may be requested.
  • NO SPECTATORS/FAMILY – are allowed in the racing/pit area! NO EXCEPTIONS!
  • Switching vehicles – There will be no switching vehicles once registered for the season. Only exception is if a vehicle is wrote off you can bring in another vehicle in the SAME REGISTERED class and transfer your registered # and points to this vehicle.
  • You may only register a vehicle in one class and will remain in that class all season. At some events bumping may be permitted at the discretion of the hosting club.
  • Bumping is permitted only up to classes where vehicle meets class rules. (At discretion of the tech/safety) (15) (18)
  • Truck #s – Points runners are to display their registered # at the top right corner, highly visible permanently affixed. Non-point runner’s #s will be given at event registration. All point runner #s will be whole numbers from 1-100. See Statistician for pre-registering a # for your vehicle, there will be a registration fee of $10, to register for a point runner #. This is payable to Statistician on or prior to the first event. (16) (18)
  • Tech is mandatory at each event – This will be done after the drivers meeting. The appointed Tech/Safety guy is Brian Misner. The 2nd tech will be appointed by the President prior to the start of each event. (17) (18)
  • Tech and Safety men- When your truck is being teched, only the driver and navigator of that truck are allowed around the race vehicle. Tech and Safety guys are to make the decision on whether or not a vehicle can run and in which class they are to run in. They will have final say and are not to be overruled by the hosting club.
  • Re-Tech- starter or officials may request to have a vehicle re-teched at any time.
  • Major Sponsor decals – All registered vehicles must have a decal from the major WORR sponsor on their vehicle to race. (15)
  • Points will only be awarded in your registered class at the beginning of the season. Points are awarded to the truck # and not the driver. Points racers must be a member of one of the hosting clubs. Points will be calculated each day for drags and your best slalom run. (To determine the trucks points for that weekend). Ties will not be broken at the end of an event and payouts will be divided evenly. In the event of a tie at the end of the season, ties will be broken by how many 1st place finishes, drags and slalom, each person has. (17) (18)
  • Slalom times – Only your fastest time Saturday and fastest time Sunday will count towards your points. (17) (18)
  • No Show – If a race vehicle does not register and pass tech at each event, your points for that event (drags & slalom each), will be the total of number of registered trucks in your class at the beginning of the event +1. (17) (18)
  • Must make a full stop at the end of slalom run, before entering pit area. If you fail to come to a complete stop then it will result in a one stake penalty (2 seconds). Hosting club must provide a stop sign and have placed at finish line.
  • Stakes – will result in a 2 second penalty. Stake must completely fall to result in a penalty. Stakes must be at least 2 ft. high and must be painted orange or red at least 6 inches on top and highly visible. NO outside stakes to be placed on corners. Cannot use hay bales, tires, pylons etc. in place of stakes. (18)
  • New clubs – Any new clubs that host a points event will be on a 1-year trial basis. (18)
  • A representative from the hosting club must be at the start line of the drags and slalom to help with windows being rolled up, etc. This must be enforced. This does not mean the light tree operator.
  • All drag trees are to be set up the same way. The starting grid is decided by random draw.
  • Drag track is to be 200ft long by at least 60ft wide with a minimum of 200ft shutdown area. They can widen the track at any event only at the discretion of the safety committee.
  • Stadium style drag track – Double elimination. The track must be identical from start to finish line. (17) (18)
  • Two-minute timer is started once the first truck is staged and has activated the stage light. Once the two minutes are up, the staged truck will get a bye run.
  • The slalom and drags will run in the following order; 4&6 cyl stock, 8 cyl stock, Super stock, Prolite, Prostock, Modified. Both runs will be in the same order. (18)
  • Start line – A fire extinguisher must be at the start line at all times: Vehicles must start out in 4-wheel drive for both drags and slalom, this will be at the discretion of the track officials. If the vehicle slips into 2-wheel drive during your run it will be re-teched. If this was due to mechanical failure your time will stand; if it is determined that this was intentional, your time will be disqualified. (17)
  • Slalom start line– after staged, as soon as your wheels move the timer is activated.
  • Walk around is led by host club around the slalom course immediately after drivers meeting (prior to slow run). (16) (18)
  • Slow run must be provided by the host club.
  • Stop watches- there must be 2 stop watches (not cell phones) at the finish line of each slalom run to be used as a backup in case of timer failure. These must be supplied by the hosting club. (18)

 

Penalties for Misconduct

  • All Reprimands are to be decided by the WORR President. (18)
  • Drivers Minor- reprimand and loss of point for that particular run, not the whole day. (18)
  • Drivers Major- loss of points for the whole event. (18)
  • Alcohol- must be announced at each driver meeting that there will be a zero tolerance for drugs and alcohol for all drivers, navigators, track officials and volunteers. If this is not abided by, person will be disqualified/removed for the entire day. (18)
  • Any Club Deliberately breaking WORR rules will be subject to a monetary fine of $200 and may be subject to a 1-year probation. (18)
 
 

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