Please take a moment to thoroughly read all of our Test & Tune / Practice Reminders
Maximum 10 karts on the track at once. NO exceptions.
If there are lots of karts, efforts should be made to keep karts of relatively equal speed together for safety.
It is called “Test and Tune”. No racing allowed on NON RACE DAYS.
If you are on the track with a much slower kart, this means waiting for a SAFE spot to pass (i.e. a longer straight stretch). Our track has a lot of mid-speed stuff so this might take some patience... be patient.
The slower kart’s responsibility is to drive their regular line, and don’t pull over when you’re being passed on the straights.
Passing should be done with the UTMOST of safety in mind, remembering that making the safe pass is the responsibility of the kart making the pass.
If you are only slightly faster than the kart in front of you, you must still pass only on a safe manner. Your best bet in this case is to back off and leave a big enough gap to the kart in front of you such that you won’t have to make a pass.
It does NOT mean late-braking (divebomb) passes, forcing yourself inside of the slower kart and taking away their line into a corner, or making a pass in any of the slower sections of the track where you might be putting yourself or the other kart in any danger.
All of the above means that you might have to sacrifice a lap time to make a safe pass - that’s what Test and Tune is about.
Hand up when entering and exiting the track, or driving slowly on the track.
No driving karts beyond the gates that separate the pits from the paddock. DO NOT drive your kart through the paddock from your trailer to the track or from the track back to your trailer
No refueling in the pit lane. Refueling must be done in the paddock area only. Please ensure that you are refueling your kart over gravel in the paddock area only.