The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of
racing events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. These rules
shall govern the condition of all events, and by participating in these events, all participants are
deemed to have complied with these rules.
No express or implied warranty of safety shall result from publications of or compliance with the
rules and/or regulations. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no
way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant, spectator or official.
Any interpretation or deviation of these rules is left to the discretion of the officials.
Official’s decision is final.

If you have any questions about interpretations of these rules, please do not hesitate to call.
Track Phone:
George Jones: 210414-1591


1.​ Registration Fee must be paid and must be in driver/owner’s name with social security
number and address.
2.​ There will be no duplication of numbers. All cars must have number registered to it on the
car. No other numbers allowed..
3.​ Winnings not picked up on the day of the event will be held until the next scheduled event.
4.​ Anyone that registers agrees to read and obey rules set forth herein.
5.​ A car cannot register or compete in more than one class


1.​ Weekly ‘A’ Feature win is 40 points, with each subsequent position worth one point less, with
24th position in feature worth 17 points. If more than 24 cars start feature, all positions from 24th
back receive 17 points. If track runs a ‘B’ feature(s), first non-transferring driver receives 16
points and each subsequent position, back to sixth position, receives one less point per position.
Sixth position and back in ‘B’ feature(s) receive 11 points. This applies to all ‘B’s, even if more
than one is run. Drivers that don’t qualify for ‘A’ or ‘B’ feature will receive no points, but that
event will not be figured into driver’s point average.

2. ​Should a driver qualify for ‘B’ feature or ‘A’ feature, and not be able to compete, they will be
scored in last position and receive points accordingly. (Promoter’s discretion whether vacated
position is filled in feature by next qualified driver.)

3.​ If less than ten entries for any given night, for each car less than ten, one point fewer than
normal is awarded for feature finish. For example, if nine cars entered, feature win would then
be worth 39 points; for eight entries, win would be worth 38 points, etc.

4. ​TRACK standings are based on driver’s total cumulative points at that track.

5.​ TIE-BREAKER: Should two or more drivers have the same point totals at season end in track
standings; number of sanctioned 40-point feature wins will decide tie-breaker, then secondplace
finishes, etc.


GREEN FLAG – Start of race.
WHITE FLAG – One lap to finish.
CHECKERED FLAG – End of race.
BLACK FLAG – Leave track for repair or disqualification.
RED FLAG – Stop.
YELLOW FLAG – Caution.

1.​ Failure to obey flags will bring disqualification. ​Failure to see flag will not be considered
an excuse. The starter has the authority to start any event regardless if all cars called to the
track are ready or not. Any car that does not take its position may start at the rear of race.

2.​ Any car that stops, or pulls to the infield may go to rear. Cars going to pits will start behind
cars remaining on track. Cars may return to track at track official’s directions.

3. ​There will be no first lap restarts because of a spinout. Restarts will be determined by the
last completed lap. Incomplete laps will be run again. If a car drops out of the lineup, the cars
directly behind will move up. Any car passing before green may be penalized one (1) lap. No
restarts on flat tire.

4.​ Red flag – all cars must stop on track. Cars going to pits will lineup on rear of restart.

5. ​Any driver receiving the black flag more than once may be disqualified.

6.​ Green Flag – Any first row cars that do not start side by side will be moved back one (1) row
after second attempt.


1.​ All components are subject to inspection and approval of inspecting officials. No equipment
will be considered as having been approved by reason of having passed through inspection.

2.​ Continuous development in racing may necessitate changes that cannot be anticipated.
Management reserves the right to update or modify rules at any time. The race official reserves
the right to change the race program at any time. Where no rule applies, common sense will

3.​ Everyone entering pits must sign Release Form(s).

4.​ Only towing vehicle, trailer, and race car allowed in pits (NO EXTRA VEHICLES ALLOWED).

5.​ All cars may be checked at any time by track officials.

6.​ No trial runs allowed except when the track is open for such. Or anywhere on the property.

7.​ All cars must be in pits and checked in by 6:30 PM or may start at the rear of race.

8. ​No person allowed on the track other than those driving in that event.

9.​ Only track personnel allowed in infield or on track at any-time. This includes red flag. Anyone going to accident may lose pit pass.

10.​ All race cars must help in packing track, or be subject to penalty.

11.​ Any driver that changes cars will start on rear of event that driver qualified for. Driver must
notify pit steward of change or be disqualified for that night’s program. Driver returning to
original car will start on back of event.

12.​ Any car that cuts inside the end poles in the infield will lose one (1) lap for each offense.

13.​ Any car losing muffler, bumper, hood, or kick rail and causing red, or red-yellow flag will go
to rear of line up.

14.​ Any loss of wheels or tires (including flats) requires leaving race track immediately.
Displaced hoods, other parts, etc… require leaving the track.

15.​ Rupture of a gas tank or loss of fuel requires leaving the race track immediately or go to

16.​ Track wrecker will not load any race car on trailer until race program is complete or wrecker
driver discretion.

17.​ No consumption of alcoholic beverages in the pits. Anyone caught with such, or suspected
of intoxication (as determined by the Track) will be removed from the pits. Any driver caught
with such will be removed from the pits and fined. I-37 Speedway reserves the right to check
cars or any other personal property entering the pits or grandstands for the presence of
alcoholic beverages.

18.​ Any disorderly conduct, including fighting, bad language, unusual behavior, unsportsmanlike
conduct or, in the opinion of the Track Manager, intentionally running into another race car may
cause your suspension. Persons involved will be notified following the infraction as to the length
of their suspension and the dollar amount of the fine that must be paid before being allowed to
return to the pits.

19.​ Any member, driver, owner, family, or pit crew of any car who deliberately obstructs any
race will bring disqualification of the car. All winnings and points will be forfeited.

20.​ Anyone going to the starter, judges tower, or arguing in line up chute during nights program
will be disqualified for nights program and forfeit all winnings for night.

21.​ The car owner/driver shall be sole spokesperson for his car.

22.​ In the event of a dispute between drivers, stay in your own pit area. Participants at another
car’s pit area will be considered at fault. The driver will be considered responsible for his/her pit
crew members. Mad temperament will never prevail.

23.​ Refusal of any owner, driver, family, or crew member to abide by the set rules and the usual
policy of conducting auto races will be grounds for the Management to refuse to let such person
or car take part in the race.

24.​ Any person involved in an infraction of the rules may be suspended from I-37 Speedway
25.​ Anyone with a lawsuit filed against the Track, General Manager, or Track Official(s) may not
be allowed to participate in and/or attend any event.

26.​. Out-of-area cars with only minor tech infractions may or may not be allowed to run in the
closest class. Rule interpretations and enforcement decisions of the Track Official(s) are final.

27.​ Continuous development in racing may necessitate changes that we cannot anticipate at the
time the rules are written. Hence, we may amend, add to, or delete from the rules.
28.​ I-37 Speedway reserves the right to use photographs/videos of any car(s) or driver(s) for
any promotional consideration or concession.

29.​ These rules and regulations are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events
and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. It is the obligation of each
participant to insure that their conduct and equipment comply with the rules and regulations set

30.​ Operators of ATVs and golf carts must be 16 years or older.

31.​ There will be no open flames in the pits. Cars must be fueled by adults and care must be
taken to avoid spilling fuel. Fuel cells must have caps installed before leaving the car’s pit area.
All fuel containers must be made for fuel delivery and must be kept closed when not in use.

32.​ Any car being serviced under the car must be on jack stands. Jacks must not be used as the
sole source of support for the car if anyone is under the car.

33.​ Proper vigilance must be observed at all times. Generally, race cars have the right of way.

34.​ Track management may deny entrance of any car or individual.

35.​ Everyone entering pits must personally read and sign the Waiver and Release form. A copy
will be provided upon request.

36.​ EIRI – (Except in rare instances) Decisions of the officials are final and binding without

37.​ When submitting your race car for various technical and safety inspections, the driver/owner
certifies that the race car meets all the rules and regulations for participation in events at I-37
Speedway. The burden of proof will rest upon the driver/owner to show compliance with the
rules and regulations. Violations of various rules can result in monetary fines, suspension and
/or loss of points.

38.​ All decisions of I-37 Speedway race officials, or track officials, regarding the interpretation
and applications of the rules, and the scoring of positions, shall be non-litigable. Once
registered, the driver/owner agrees not to initiate any type of legal action against I-37
Speedway, or the Promoter, to challenge such decisions, to seek monetary damages, to seek
injunctive relief or to seek any other kind of legal remedy. If legal action is pursued, which
violates this provision, the driver/owner agrees to reimburse I-37 Speedway, or its’ Promoter, for
all of the attorney’s fees and costs in defending against such legal action.


1.​ Insurance is not valid if participant is not signed in the pits the day of the accident.

2.​ Each accident must be reported the night it happened.

3.​ If the rescue personnel services are required, it becomes that individual’s financial responsibility for treatment and/or transport cost.

4. ​For information or questions regarding insurance see the General Manager.

5.​ Property owner and General Manager are not liable for any claim that is more than the track
insurance covers.

6.​ It is compulsory that all who enter the pit area and/or racing area will read and acknowledge
by signature on a form, releasing I-37 Speedway, officials, sanctioning body from any claim for
personal injury or damages or loss of personal equipment. All items to include tow cars, tools,
wreckers, push cars, ambulances, welders, etc. brought into competition area at owner’s risk
and are not covered by track insurance policy.

7.​ I-37 Speedway is not responsible for and does not insure for damage to any vehicle in the pit
or competition area. The vehicle owner has sole responsibility for his vehicle.

8.​ Anyone 17 years of age or younger is required to have a minor’s release on file with I-37
Speedway signed by BOTH parents or legal guardian(s).


Rules apply at all times car is on track. Snell SA2005, SA2010 or SA2015. Helmet required.
Roll bar padding required in driver compartment. Recommended: Fire retardant padding.
SFI-approved full fire suit required. Fire retardant gloves, shoes and neck brace or (head and
neck restraint) required. Right and Left seat head supports required if using head and neck
restraint system. Recommended: Fire retardant head sock and underwear, collapsible steering
shaft. Driver-side window net required 16 inch by 20 inch ribbon or mesh style, and must be
mounted to roll cage so latch is at top front of window. Maximum four inch tall visor attached to
window net. Minimum two inch wide with head restraint system. SFI- approved five point safety
belt assembly required, must be mounted securely to main roll cage, Recommended: Safety
belts no more than two years old. Kill switch required within easy reach of driver and must be
clearly marked “OFF and ON”​.

1.​ Metal seats that have been approved for marketing as racing seats should be used and
properly secured to frame or roll cage with high strength bolts of not less than 3/8″ dia. No
fiberglass or plastic seats allowed. Should have functional padded headrest centered behind
driver’s head.

2. ​Roll Cage: Full cage required, recommended bars minimum of 1 ½” O.D. x .095 wall tubing.
Bars must consist of upright bars welded securely to the frame and have full box frame on top.
Bars must be braced from top of back upright to frame, must have a minimum of three (3)
protection bars on driver side of car. Corners must have gussets. Top of roll bars must be at
least 2″ above drivers head. See IMCA Stock Car rules for more details.

3.​ The windshield area must be covered with an approved metal protection screen. Must have
a minimum of two vertical steel bars in windshield area in front of driver with a maximum of 17″
opening measured in any direction. These bars may be part of roll cage or separate bars
welded or bolted to body.

4.​ No burning lights on cars while on the track.

5.​ All drive shafts must be painted white, be looped at front and top half covered at front.

6.​ All doors must be welded or bolted shut.

7.​ Two throttle return springs are mandatory. A steel toe loop on throttle pedal is
recommended. 8.​ Recommended: All cars have an approved fire extinguisher securely
mounted within reach of the driver.The extinguisher must be mounted by a bracket which allows
the driver to remove the unit from the mount for emergency use. No extinguisher may be taped
to the mounting bracket or roll bar. Onboard flameout system is recommended.

9.​ A stock or metal fan shroud is mandatory.

10.​ No mud or snow tires allowed.

11.​ No rearview mirrors are permitted.

12.​ No radio transceiver communications systems allowed.

13.​ All cars must have a minimum of three (3) hood pins.

14.​ Mandatory that all cars have 1″ lug nuts on all wheels.Except Front Runners Class.

15. ​No transmission cooling lines in driver’s compartment.

16.​ Inter-Tubes recommended


1.​ Car must be painted in colors that contrast with the number.

2.​ Numbers must be at least 24 inches high and 4 inches wide on both side doors, trunk and
top of car.

3.​ A six (6) inch number on front and rear so it may be seen by starter and other drivers for line

4.​ All cars and advertising must be clean and in good taste. 5. Failure to comply may result in


1.​ Anything illegal discovered during inspection or a protest may be grounds for disqualification.

2.​ I-37 Speedway inspecting officials may inspect any component of any car at any time, no
money involved.

3.​ Refusal of inspection may result in disqualification, loss of points (for event and/or season),
or suspension.

4. Track will decide cars to be inspected at any time.

5.​ The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct
of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. These
rules shall govern the condition of all events, and by participating in these events, all
participants are deemed to have complied with these rules.NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
WITH THESE RULES AND/OR REGULATIONS​. They are intended as a guide for the conduct
of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant, spectator or
official. The race director shall be empowered to permit reasonable and appropriate deviation
from any of the specifications herein or impose any further restrictions that in his opinion do not
alter the minimum acceptable requirements. NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
interpretation or deviation of these rules is left to the discretion of the officials. Their decision is