11. PROGRAM CANCELLATION
a) When a racing meet is stopped because of weather or other conditions over which the officials have no control, the racing program will be considered complete at the discretion of track officials, when ever a race is cut short due to circumstances beyond their control, every car taking part in the race shall be paid according to the position they were in when the race was ended.
a) Any scoring protest must be submitted in writing to the track manager within fifteen minutes of the final race. Any dispute that can not be resolved by review of lap sheet or video tape between the track manager and the protestor, will be resolved by vote after reviewing incident by a board made up of two track officials and the top three finishers, not directly involved in the protest, in the same class. Their decision is final. Protest involving technical rules must be made in writing to the pit steward within fifteen minutes after the completion of the last main event. Protest may be made by any driver competing against car he wishes to protest. Protest fees must be given in cash to pit steward with the written protest.
b) Protest fees, visible not requiring tear down $250.00 non visible requiring tear down $500.00. If protest is up held full amount returned to the protestor. If protest is disallowed, visible fees will be given to car protested. If non visible $ $350.00 goes to the car protested, remainder goes to mechanic assigned to do the tear down.
c) In all cases, if protest is up held, car protested will lose all points and purse for the night.
d) In all protest that are up held, car found illegal, will lose his points and position for that race. All other cars will remain as they finished.
13. WEEKLY LINEUP PROCEDURES
a) First night, all drivers draw for heats. Qualifiers redraw for starting positions. One heat- 5 redraw; two or five heats- 10 redraw; three, four or six heats- 12 redraw.
b) From second night on heats are lined up by season point average, stagger inverted, lowest point average to front, highest point average to rear. New drivers carrying no point average start at the rear. Two or more drivers having no average or same point average will be lined up at discretion of officials. Point averages are figured from point system. Average is figured by drivers track point total divided by the total number of times he/she has competed at track.
c) “B” mains are lined up straight up from heats with highest finishers to the front. When one heat is run, top five qualifiers will be inverted for future lineup according to season point average. When two or five heats are run, the top 10 qualifiers will be inverted for future lineup according to season point average. When three, four or six heats are run, top 12 qualifiers will be inverted for future according to season point average. Promoter reserves the right to relocate a driver from an invert position to the rear of the field if deemed necessary for the safety and well being of all involved. Remainder of “A” feature is lined up straight up from heats and/or “B” features.
d) A driver that qualifies but has no point average shall be lined up in last invert position. Should there be more than one driver with no point average, positions will be lined up at discretion of officials.
e) If a driver is absent for two consecutive events (excluding rain-outs ), upon his/her return shall be treated as a new car ( rule “d” ) for the first time he/she returns.
f) Track option to lineup mid - season and season championships straight up by total points.