Rules

DIVISION RULES

LATE MODELS

Refer to NASCAR Rule Book

MODIFIEDS

2021 Rules

GRAND STOCKS

2021 Rules

SUPER STREETS

2021 Rules

SUPER TRUCKS

2021 Rules

UCARS

2021 Rules

PRO SIX

2021 Rules

LEGENDS

2021 Rules

ENDUROS

2021 Rules

CHAMP KARTS

2021 Rules

BANDOLEROS

2021 Rules

TIRE, ENGINE, & PROCEDURE RULES

MODIFIEDS TWO TIRE RULE

DIVISION TIRE RULE

TIRE AMENDMENT JULY 2018

FORD CRATE ENGINE BULLETIN

HMS ENFORCER ENGINE BULLETIN

CHEVY ENGINE CAR WEIGHT UPDATE

2021 PENALTY GUIDELINES

TWIN RACE PROCEDURES & TIRE CHANGE GUIDELINES

LEGENDS & BANDOLEROS TRANSPONDER MOUNTING RULES

GENERAL TRACK RULES

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5

CONDUCT
Rules can be amended by Langely Speedway Staff
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1. Upon admittance to the pit area, you must conduct yourself in a manner no detrimental to stock car racing. Profanity in front of race fans, Officials, management, and profane signals on cars, etc… will not be tolerated and may be subject to suspension and/or fine. UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT AND/OR DETRIMENTAL TO THE SPORT OF AUTO RACING WILL NOT BE TOLERATED.

2. General appearance of pit crews must be neat, clean looking, or they will not be welcome in the pit area.

3. NO driver may stop his or her car on the track to argue or discuss the race with the starter or Officials. Violation may subject you to disqualification from the event or suspension, or fine according to the decision of the Officials.

4. Verbal or physical abuse of an Official, such as improper language, striking an Official etc., will result in immediate and indefinite suspension.

5. FIGHTING WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. All drivers are held responsible for the conduct of their crew members and will be dealt with accordingly by the Officials. Anyone going to another drivers pit area or car/truck may face suspension.

6. The press box is off limits to all participants at all times unless permission is given by the Chief Steward for you to be there.

7. Any driver who, in the judgement of the Officials, engage in rough driving,….. deliberately running into, blocking, or swerving in front of another car…. may be subject to suspension. Any car intentionally blocking the track will be barred permanently (owner and driver).

SUBSTANCE ABUSE POLICY
Policy regarding use of and /or possession of illegal substances at Langley Speedway are as follows:

1. ILLEGAL DRUGS, DEFINITION: Illegal drugs are those substances defined and prohibited by local, state, and /or federal laws.

2. GENERAL PROHIBITION: Possession or use of illegal drugs or drug substances, as defined above, is prohibited in any form, by any participant at Langley Speedway, either on the Speedway ground, or in any area considered to be used in the operation of the Speedway, including but not limited to parking lots, office areas, and/or any and all Langley Speedway property.

3. VIOLATIONS AND PENALTIES: Any person found to be in possession of or under the influence of an illegal drug or drug substance on Langley Speedway property, as defined above, or any person who is arrested by duly-constituted authorities and charged with possession and/or use of illegal drugs or drug substance, or any person who is formally charged by a court of law with illegal drug violations,

SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING PENALTIES BY Langley Speedway:

A. Suspension from competition and eviction from Langley Speedway property and denial of further entry to the Speedway for a period of time to be determined by Officials.

B. Any participant who is formally charged by a court of law with illegal drug violation, upon notification to Langley Speedway by the agency, shall be suspended from all forms of participation at Langley Speedway until such times as the charges are fully adjudicate through the legal process. Any participant convicted of a formal drug charge by such process of law will be prohibited from taking part in any Langley Speedway events for a minimum period of one year from date of conviction.

4. APPEAL AND HEARING: Any participant suspended for violation of these rules may be granted an appeal hearing by a board of Officials designated by Langley Speedway provided the suspended participant requests such a hearing, in writing, within 14 calendar days or the date of suspension. It is the responsibility of the suspended party to make such a request if a hearing is desired.

Rules can an be amended by Langely Speedway Staff

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1. APPLICABILITY: The Langley Speedway Rules Section applies to each Langley Speedway competitor. Some items, do no apply to each class, you can easily determine which rules do not apply to you (if any). You are expected to know the rules.

2. INTERPRETATION AND APPLICATION: If there is a disagreement or dispute
regarding the meaning or application of the Langley Speedway Rules, the interpretation and application by the Langley Speedway Officials at the track shall prevail.

3. FINALITY OF INTERPRETATION AND APPLICATION: The interpretation and application the Langley Speedway Rules by the Langley Speedway Officials shall be final and non-appealable. In order to promote automobile/truck racing, to achieve prompt finality in competition results, and in consideration of receiving numerous benefits available to them. All member, including, competitors and officials, expressly agree that determinations by Langley Speedway rules are non-litigable and they covenant that they will not initiate or Langley Speedway or anyone acting on behalf of Langley Speedway, to reverse or modify such determinations or to recover damages or to seek any other kind of relief allegedly incurred or required as a result of such determination, unless the Langley Speedway officials made such determinations for no purpose other than a bad-faith intent to harm or cause economic loss to the member, competitor or official. If a member, competitor or official initiates or maintains litigation in violation of this covenant, that member competitor or official agrees to reimburse Langley Speedway for the cost of such litigation, including attorneys’ fees, member, competitor or official further covenants that in any litigation brought against Langley Speedway for any reason, the matter will be tried before a judge of competent jurisdiction and hereby waives any right to trail by jury in such action.

4. SPECIAL RULES: Special rules may be made by the Langley Speedway Officials for an event due to extraordinary conditions. Such special rules shall apply to the conduct of that event if they are published or announced prior to the commencement of the event by means of a bulletin, newsletter, telephone fax or pre-race meeting.

5. PROPERTY: Langley Speedway is private property. Any person on this property without the permission of Langley Speedway owners or management is guilty of trespassing and subject to the penalties prescribed by law. Through your license and registration, you have been given the authority and the right to be on this property, in conjunction with racing activities. However, the Administration of Langley Speedway reserved the right to revoke and cancel this authority at any time that it is felt that your presence or conduct is no in the best interests of the sport of auto racing, your fellow competitors, the fans, management and employees of Langley Speedway.

6. EVENT: Any event is completed when 50% or more of the scheduled length has been completed or terminated by the Officials for safety reasons.

7. RACE SURFACE: Ever driver should inspect the racing surface and race track area to learn of any defects, obstructions, or anything which, in his opinion, is unsafe and he shall report that condition to the Competition Director. Any driver entering any race event is considered to have inspected the track and all conditions are satisfactory to him/her. If not, HE/SHE should not race. This further indicated that he/she is aware that auto racing involves risks and he/she assumes these risks with full awareness and knowledge.

8. DAMAGE OR LOSS: Langley Speedway assumes no responsibility for damage or loss of your equipment, vehicle or any parts by any means whatsoever.

9. PROTESTS: All protests as to the finishing position in any race must be made within 15 minutes after the checker flag is displayed signifying the completion of the race. The protest must be made in writing by the driver or if the driver is still on the racing surface, his/her crew chief or owner of the car/truck may proceeds with the protest.
Each separate protest, other than specified below, shall be accompanied by $300.00 protest fee. Separate protest that involves the removal of the cylinder head from the engine shall be accompanied by a $500.00 protest fee and a separate protest that involves the removal of the crankshaft from the engine shall be accompanied by a $1,000.00 protest fee. Also, a separate protest fee that involves the removal of a piston and/or connecting rod from the engine shall be accompanied by a $750.00 protest fee. All protest fees must be cash only.

Technical Director shall decide whether the matter is subject to protest, and if so shall decide the protest as promptly as possible, and shall inform the parties to the protest of the decision.
Technical Director may decline to accept a protest, even if the matter were otherwise subject to protest, if the Official determines that the alleged rule violation is so unsubstantial as to not provide the Competitor with a significant competitive advantage over other Competitors.
Any decision made by the Technical Director regarding the protest is final; non-appeal able and non-litigate. Once the decision of the protest has been made, such actions may include, but not limited to, revising the official race results, imposing penalties (suspension, or fines and/or of finishing position(s) in the race) awarding or subtracting points, or taking no action.
A scoring decision matter is not subject to protest it is final and non-appeal able.

10. INSPECTION: A competitor must take whatever steps are required, including disassembly of the car/truck, as requested by a Langley Speedway Official to facilitate inspection of the car/truck. All cars/trucks are subject to inspection by an official at any time and in any manner determined by the Officials. ALL decisions by the officials regarding the timing and manner of inspection as well as which cars will be inspected are final, non-appealable and non-review able.

11. PENALTIES: Penalties for noncompliant items may include, but are not limited to, loss of positions, points, and or payout. A suspension may be for the rest of the season or limited to a certain period of time. ALL fines assessed will be paid into the Langley Speedway Divisional Point Fund. The driver is responsible for his or hers race team members including unpaid fines. Unpaid fines for crew members may be deducted from drivers purse or point fund monies. Any driver who intentionally causes a caution condition by stopping or spinning out or any other action is subject to a fine and/or lap or time penalty.

12. Any driver who does not attend the mandatory driver’s meeting will not be eligible to qualify and must start at the rear of the field for their respective division, unless prior notification is given to the Chief Scorer and/or Race Director.

Rules can an be amended by Langely Speedway Staff

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1. APPLICABILITY: The Langley Speedway Rules Section applies to each Langley Speedway competitor. Some items, do no apply to each class, you can easily determine which rules do not apply to you (if any). You are expected to know the rules.

2. INTERPRETATION AND APPLICATION: If there is a disagreement or dispute
regarding the meaning or application of the Langley Speedway Rules, the interpretation and application by the Langley Speedway Officials at the track shall prevail.

3. FINALITY OF INTERPRETATION AND APPLICATION: The interpretation and application the Langley Speedway Rules by the Langley Speedway Officials shall be final and non-appealable. In order to promote automobile/truck racing, to achieve prompt finality in competition results, and in consideration of receiving numerous benefits available to them. All member, including, competitors and officials, expressly agree that determinations by Langley Speedway rules are non-litigable and they covenant that they will not initiate or Langley Speedway or anyone acting on behalf of Langley Speedway, to reverse or modify such determinations or to recover damages or to seek any other kind of relief allegedly incurred or required as a result of such determination, unless the Langley Speedway officials made such determinations for no purpose other than a bad-faith intent to harm or cause economic loss to the member, competitor or official. If a member, competitor or official initiates or maintains litigation in violation of this covenant, that member competitor or official agrees to reimburse Langley Speedway for the cost of such litigation, including attorneys’ fees, member, competitor or official further covenants that in any litigation brought against Langley Speedway for any reason, the matter will be tried before a judge of competent jurisdiction and hereby waives any right to trail by jury in such action.

4. SPECIAL RULES: Special rules may be made by the Langley Speedway Officials for an event due to extraordinary conditions. Such special rules shall apply to the conduct of that event if they are published or announced prior to the commencement of the event by means of a bulletin, newsletter, telephone fax or pre-race meeting.

5. PROPERTY: Langley Speedway is private property. Any person on this property without the permission of Langley Speedway owners or management is guilty of trespassing and subject to the penalties prescribed by law. Through your license and registration, you have been given the authority and the right to be on this property, in conjunction with racing activities. However, the Administration of Langley Speedway reserved the right to revoke and cancel this authority at any time that it is felt that your presence or conduct is no in the best interests of the sport of auto racing, your fellow competitors, the fans, management and employees of Langley Speedway.

6. EVENT: Any event is completed when 50% or more of the scheduled length has been completed or terminated by the Officials for safety reasons.

7. RACE SURFACE: Ever driver should inspect the racing surface and race track area to learn of any defects, obstructions, or anything which, in his opinion, is unsafe and he shall report that condition to the Competition Director. Any driver entering any race event is considered to have inspected the track and all conditions are satisfactory to him/her. If not, HE/SHE should not race. This further indicated that he/she is aware that auto racing involves risks and he/she assumes these risks with full awareness and knowledge.

8. DAMAGE OR LOSS: Langley Speedway assumes no responsibility for damage or loss of your equipment, vehicle or any parts by any means whatsoever.

9. PROTESTS: All protests as to the finishing position in any race must be made within 15 minutes after the checker flag is displayed signifying the completion of the race. The protest must be made in writing by the driver or if the driver is still on the racing surface, his/her crew chief or owner of the car/truck may proceeds with the protest.
Each separate protest, other than specified below, shall be accompanied by $300.00 protest fee. Separate protest that involves the removal of the cylinder head from the engine shall be accompanied by a $500.00 protest fee and a separate protest that involves the removal of the crankshaft from the engine shall be accompanied by a $1,000.00 protest fee. Also, a separate protest fee that involves the removal of a piston and/or connecting rod from the engine shall be accompanied by a $750.00 protest fee. All protest fees must be cash only.

Technical Director shall decide whether the matter is subject to protest, and if so shall decide the protest as promptly as possible, and shall inform the parties to the protest of the decision.
Technical Director may decline to accept a protest, even if the matter were otherwise subject to protest, if the Official determines that the alleged rule violation is so unsubstantial as to not provide the Competitor with a significant competitive advantage over other Competitors.
Any decision made by the Technical Director regarding the protest is final; non-appeal able and non-litigate. Once the decision of the protest has been made, such actions may include, but not limited to, revising the official race results, imposing penalties (suspension, or fines and/or of finishing position(s) in the race) awarding or subtracting points, or taking no action.
A scoring decision matter is not subject to protest it is final and non-appeal able.

10. INSPECTION: A competitor must take whatever steps are required, including disassembly of the car/truck, as requested by a Langley Speedway Official to facilitate inspection of the car/truck. All cars/trucks are subject to inspection by an official at any time and in any manner determined by the Officials. ALL decisions by the officials regarding the timing and manner of inspection as well as which cars will be inspected are final, non-appealable and non-review able.

11. PENALTIES: Penalties for noncompliant items may include, but are not limited to, loss of positions, points, and or payout. A suspension may be for the rest of the season or limited to a certain period of time. ALL fines assessed will be paid into the Langley Speedway Divisional Point Fund. The driver is responsible for his or hers race team members including unpaid fines. Unpaid fines for crew members may be deducted from drivers purse or point fund monies. Any driver who intentionally causes a caution condition by stopping or spinning out or any other action is subject to a fine and/or lap or time penalty.

12. Any driver who does not attend the mandatory driver’s meeting will not be eligible to qualify and must start at the rear of the field for their respective division, unless prior notification is given to the Chief Scorer and/or Race Director.

SAFETY & RACE PROCEDURES
Rules can be amended by Langely Speedway Staff
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1. NO driver shall compete in any event with head or arm extended outside of a closed body race car/truck.
2. NO race car/truck shall enter the racing premises until the track surface has opened for official practice.
3. NO one will be permitted to ride on the outside of a race car/truck at any time.
4. Front drive shaft hoops are mandatory for all divisions, front and rear hoops are mandatory for Late Models and recommended for all other divisions.
5. ALL roll cage tubing within 36″ of drivers head must be padded.
6. On board fire extinguishes are mandatory for all divisions.

RACING PROCEDURES

  1. The race director has the authority to start any event whether all cars/trucks called onto the track are ready or not. . It shall be the policy of Langley Speedway to make every attempt to end all events with a “Green White Checker” finish. At no time will the Race Director instruct the flagman to display the Green and White flags at the same time.

 

  1. Line-ups for all events will be posted on pit boards for competitors to view well before the starting time of their event. It is the responsibility of the driver to check their starting position and be ready to race when called for an event. Cars/trucks not ready to race may be placed at the rear of the line-up or disqualified from the event.
  2. Presenting for the Race; All cars/trucks must take the green flag or enter prior to the completion of the event in order to receive points and payout.

 

  1. Any car/truck that is observed to be dragging or any part protruding may be black flagged.

 

  1. A car/truck that can not continue or is involved in an on track incident; will be placed in a designated area behind pit road until the race event has been completed. Depending on circumstances, Track Officials and or management can have the car/truck removed from the race track directly to the outside pit area or other designated area.

 

  1. For all races the following procedure will be used:

 

A. When a caution flag is displayed in the last 5 laps of the race event; all lapped cars/trucks will be placed to the rear of the field, behind the last car on the lead lap.

B. If a caution is called after the field has taken the green flag; the field is re-set by placing all cars/trucks back in their original starting position except for the car(s)/truck(s) involved; they are put to the rear of the field based on how they left the caution area, and/or entered the pits for repairs, etc.

C. If a caution is called on any lap except for the 1st and if over half (1/2) the field has passed the start finish line; that lap is kept for lap count only, but all cars/trucks will be lined up based on the last green flag lap. If less than half (1/2) of the field does not cross the start finish line, then this lap is not kept and line up reverts back to the last green flag lap.

 

  1. FREE PASS
  2. After the yellow flag is displayed, the first eligible car/truck one (1) or more laps down to the leader at the time of the caution period, will be given one (1) lap back. The eligible “Free Pass” car/truck number will also be displayed on the Black Flag Light Board on the flagman’s stand at the start finish line. At this time the “Free Pass” car/truck will then line up behind the caution/pace vehicle and remain there until the one (1) to go signal has been given. At this time the Free Pass car/truck will pass the caution/pace vehicle to the outside. All “Free Pass” cars/trucks must be the last car/truck at the tail end of the longest line.

 

  1. A car/truck is not eligible to receive the “FREE PASS” when, in the judgment of the Race Director the car/truck was involved in, was the reason for the caution, the car/truck is in the pit area, made a pit stop or the car/truck has been penalized with a discretionary call. In the case of a discretionary penalty, it will be made known to the Competitor, at the time the discretionary penalty is imposed, that the car/truck will not be eligible to receive the “FREE PASS” to make up the penalized lap(s) until the next caution period. The Free Pass does not transferr for any reason
  2. CONE RESTARTS:
  3. At the one (1) lap to go signal the cone will be placed at the start/finish line. Competitors at this time will choose a restart position by committing to the inside or outside lane of competition. This will set the field for a double file restart.

Competitors not eligible for the cone restart will be the following.

Cars/Trucks:

  • Free Pass Car/truck
  • Lapped Cars/trucks
  • Involved in the caution
  • Coming into the pit area
  • Involved in a discretionary call by the Race Director
  1. Twin Races:

If a competitor falls out of the 1st race before the completion of at least ½ of the race laps at normal speed; the competitor will start where they finished in the 1st race and will not be eligible for the Free Pass or the Cone during the second race.

CONDUCT
Rules can be amended by Langely Speedway Staff
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1. Upon admittance to the pit area, you must conduct yourself in a manner no detrimental to stock car racing. Profanity in front of race fans, Officials, management, and profane signals on cars, etc… will not be tolerated and may be subject to suspension and/or fine. UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT AND/OR DETRIMENTAL TO THE SPORT OF AUTO RACING WILL NOT BE TOLERATED.

2. General appearance of pit crews must be neat, clean looking, or they will not be welcome in the pit area.

3. NO driver may stop his or her car on the track to argue or discuss the race with the starter or Officials. Violation may subject you to disqualification from the event or suspension, or fine according to the decision of the Officials.

4. Verbal or physical abuse of an Official, such as improper language, striking an Official etc., will result in immediate and indefinite suspension.

5. FIGHTING WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. All drivers are held responsible for the conduct of their crew members and will be dealt with accordingly by the Officials. Anyone going to another drivers pit area or car/truck may face suspension.

6. The press box is off limits to all participants at all times unless permission is given by the Chief Steward for you to be there.

7. Any driver who, in the judgement of the Officials, engage in rough driving,….. deliberately running into, blocking, or swerving in front of another car…. may be subject to suspension. Any car intentionally blocking the track will be barred permanently (owner and driver).

SUBSTANCE ABUSE POLICY
Policy regarding use of and /or possession of illegal substances at Langley Speedway are as follows:

1. ILLEGAL DRUGS, DEFINITION: Illegal drugs are those substances defined and prohibited by local, state, and /or federal laws.

2. GENERAL PROHIBITION: Possession or use of illegal drugs or drug substances, as defined above, is prohibited in any form, by any participant at Langley Speedway, either on the Speedway ground, or in any area considered to be used in the operation of the Speedway, including but not limited to parking lots, office areas, and/or any and all Langley Speedway property.

3. VIOLATIONS AND PENALTIES: Any person found to be in possession of or under the influence of an illegal drug or drug substance on Langley Speedway property, as defined above, or any person who is arrested by duly-constituted authorities and charged with possession and/or use of illegal drugs or drug substance, or any person who is formally charged by a court of law with illegal drug violations,

SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING PENALTIES BY Langley Speedway:

A. Suspension from competition and eviction from Langley Speedway property and denial of further entry to the Speedway for a period of time to be determined by Officials.

B. Any participant who is formally charged by a court of law with illegal drug violation, upon notification to Langley Speedway by the agency, shall be suspended from all forms of participation at Langley Speedway until such times as the charges are fully adjudicate through the legal process. Any participant convicted of a formal drug charge by such process of law will be prohibited from taking part in any Langley Speedway events for a minimum period of one year from date of conviction.

4. APPEAL AND HEARING: Any participant suspended for violation of these rules may be granted an appeal hearing by a board of Officials designated by Langley Speedway provided the suspended participant requests such a hearing, in writing, within 14 calendar days or the date of suspension. It is the responsibility of the suspended party to make such a request if a hearing is desired.

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