8. START OF RACE
a) Any car not taking the green flag to start a race will not be allowed to enter track for that race.
b) All races are to be started two abreast from a rolling start, by the pole car, with the starters direction.
c) Pole car has the dress and any false start that occurs will cause that car to be moved to the back of the field.
d) A second false start may result in violator being excluded from competition.
e) Flagman may start race any time the first six cars are in position.
f) Any event in which a scored lap has not been completed, a restart will result with the original line-up with car or cars causing the restart going to the rear of the field.
g) After the first scored lap is complete, any restarts will be in single file with vehicles in same position they held on the last scored lap. Side by side restart optional.
9. CAUTION LAPS
a) Caution laps will not be scored.
b) All cars must hold their position during a caution lap at reduced speed . Violators may be penalized one or more positions.
c) The white flag will not fall with a green flag. In other words, their will always be a white flag that is given alone. After the white flag is given, and a caution flag is necessary the race will be scored as cars took the white flag.
d) Track officials may stop any car during a caution period for inspection. If vehicle is determined to be satisfactory to continue racing without pit attention. Car may return to his position before the caution. If pit attention is required, vehicle will restart at the rear of the field.
e) Cars causing a caution in the heat race will be disqualified for that event. Cars causing two cautions in the main will be disqualified for that event.
f) Cars that do not maintain forward motion will be considered involved in the caution and will restart at the back in the position they ran prior to the caution, with the cars involved.
g) All races are subject to a time limitation.
h) When a car enters the pits during a race and returns to the track, it must return to the back of the field.
i) Pit steward will control entrance onto the track.
j) Flagman will not hold up a race waiting for a vehicle to return to the track.
a) Purses paid to participants based on total points for that meet. Purses will be paid to participants within 14 days or the next race event. When association event is run at the track, track will pay entire amount to the sanctioning association board of director. Track reserves the right to request from the association a written document stating to whom and how each purse was paid.
b) Atomic Motor Raceway reserves the right to publish or use this information in any way it wishes for promotional reasons.
c) All purse schedules are subject to change, however proper notice will be given to all registered participants if such change occurs.