Safety  Rules

1. Any one driving a race car on the track must wear an approved helmet with Z-90 specifications, an approved four point shoulder harness and fire suit. 

 2.Fuel cells or bladders must be incased in a 20 gauge or better STEEL container. Fuel cell must have non-vented cap on all vents or tubes. All lines vents or tubes must have an in line check valve to prevent leakage in case of roll over. Fuel cell must be solidly mounted. Tubing must be welded or bolted to the chassis with solid support of the bottom of the fuel cell. 

 3. No batteries mounted in the driver's compartment. 

 4.All cars must have a fully charged fire extinguisher with current dating. It must be mounted in a quick release holder and be easily accessible by the driver and emergency personnel. 

 5.All cars must be equipped with a manual kill switch. The switch must be red and mounted where is easily accessible by the driver and emergency personnel. 

 6.All seat belts and shoulder harnesses must meet S.F.I. specifications and have date label attached, no seat belt may be used with date no older than 3 yrs from S.F.I. label. All seat belts must be mounted in car in approved manner and approved by track officials. 

 7.Drivers seat must be of highest quality made for racing application. Aluminum seats with padding are mandatory. Full containment seats are strongly recommended.  

 8. All drive shafts must be painted white or silver. Carbon Fiber shafts are recommended for safety. 

 9.All cars must have brakes in good working order.  

10.All extra weight used as ballast must be securely fastened or welded on to or inside framework or floor pan. Weights that can be moved without aid of tools are not permitted. All weight must be painted white and secured with 2 1/2" bolts and the car displayed on the lead.  

11. Window nets or arm restraints are mandatory in any car without full containment seat....
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