Rules

Background and number colors These are recommended but not required.

Pro Motorcycle Blue Yellow
20
Expert and Pro 2 Red White
20
Amateur Yellow Black
20
Novice Black White
20
POSITION Overall POINTS Class POINTS
1st 30 21
2nd 25 18
3rd 21 16
4th 18 15
5th 16 14
6th 15 13
7th 14 12
8th 13 11
9th 12 10
10th 11 9
11th 10 8
12th 9 7
13th 8 6
14th 7 5
15th 6 4
16th 5 3
17th 4 2
18th 3 1
19th 2 1
20th 1 1
RULE INFRACTIONS/PENALTIES
1: The following legend of infraction penalties is a guideline used by Wannabe Racing Inc. in accessing penalties. These guidelines are not meant to infer that these are the only possible infractions or penalties that may be assessed against any entrant participating in a Wannabe Racing Inc. sponsored event.A. Race vehicle traveling on the racecourse in the reverse direction of the race, at any time: Disqualification.B. Pit support vehicles traveling on the race course at any time: Disqualification.C. Abusive conduct toward a race official: Disqualification, suspension, one hundred dollar ($100) fine or any combination of the three.

D. Short coursing: Disqualification or time penalty at the discretion of the race director.

E. Outside assistance anywhere other than in designated pit area. Disqualification.

F.Passing in the scoring schute: 2 Positions

PITS
ABSOLUTELY NO PIT RIDING~~KIDS & ADULTS!!You may ride your bike to and from the track AT first gear IDLE ONLY for your race ONLY and must wear a helmet at all times. Riders must register for the race before riding their machine anywhere ANYONE FOUND PLAY RIDING IN THE PITS WILL BE DISQUALIFIED WITHOUT A REFUND-NO EXCEPTIONS.1: At all times the rider assumes responsibility for the actions of their pit crew members, support crews, and all others associated with their organization. All pitting must be done in the designated pit area, no exceptions. Pit crew members are not allowed on the course. No rider is allowed to carry gasoline except inside his machine’s gasoline tank. No vehicle shall be towed, pushed, pulled or transported by any non-race-entered vehicle on the official course while an event is still in progress. Another race entered vehicle or an official Wannabe Racing Inc. vehicle may push, pull or tow the race-entered vehicle up to the nearest pit stop or checkpoint. Only the vehicle occupant at the time of the breakdown may push the vehicle through the finish line. No other person or persons will be permitted to assist in pushing, pulling or towing the vehicle. Wannabe Racing Inc. officials may assist the vehicle occupants if it is deemed necessary for the protection of the entrants.2: Any pit support vehicle running on or near the racecourse will result in the entrant being disqualified. Any pit vehicle running backwards on the racecourse will cause race vehicle to be disqualified.3: All pits must have the equivalent of a UL approved 20-lb. ABC fire extinguisher at all times; the extinguisher(s) must be manned during all pit stops.4: All young children and pets must be kept out of the pit area. Pets must be kept on a leash. All campfires must be kept out of immediate pit area. Campfires may not be permitted due to federal and state regulations.

5: All entrants are responsible for cleaning the pit areas they use during the event.

6: Any Pit crew members disregarding these rules will subject their rider to disqualification.

TECHNICAL INSPECTION
1: IT IS THE ENTRANTS’, RIDERS’, OWNERS’. AND SPONSORS’ FULL RESPONSIBILITY TO MEET ALL Wannabe Racing Inc. RULES AND REGULATIONS.2: ENTRANTS MUST MAKE ALL REASONABLE EFFORT TO ARRIVE TO STAGING A MINIMUM OF 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO START OF RACE.3: Wannabe Racing Inc. RESERVES THE RIGHT TO SUBJECT ANY VEHICHLE TO A MECHANICAL INSPECTION AT THE DISCRETION OF THE TECHNICAL INSPECTOR. IN THE EVENT OF A MECHANICAL INSPECTION, THE RIDER WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR REMOVING OR REPAIRING THE REQUESTED ITEMS TO BE INSPECTED AS DIRECTED. FAILURE TO COMPLY WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION OF ENTRANT AND VEHICHLE, AND MAY RESULT IN SUSPENSION FROM FUTURE Wannabe Racing Inc. SPONSORED EVENTS.

Year end awards: 
You must compete in at least 50% of the races during that year and be in the top 33% of your class.

There will be 2 drop for the 2017 season.  The best 6 out of 8 races will count for year end results.  This will apply for all classes except Pros.  The Pro class will have no drops allowed.

Worker points will not be allowed for the Pro class.

We will no longer allow any engines to “spin” using electric start until the green flag is waved.  Electric starters will be allowed but they may not be used to spin the engine with the kill switch on until the green flag is waved.

Team Class Rules:

  • You can have up to 3 team members
  • Each person must have their own transponder
  • You don’t have to ride the same bike.
  • You must transfer a object of Webe’s choice (to be determined at each race) between riders in the pit area
  • You can only run one lap at a time. One rider will not be allowed to run multiple laps in a row.
  • 2 hour race
  • $40 per person

Top Ten Number assignments:

Top ten year end overall standings which shall include Pro and all expert classes (No drops allowed for top ten overall calculations) will be allowed to display the number corresponding with how they finished that season.

Class advancement:

Anyone placing in the year end top ten overall will be required to run the Pro or Pro 2 class for a minimum of two years.  If a rider does not place top ten for the year end standings for two years in a row they will be allowed to move down to the expert class.  This request must be submitted in writing to the race director.

The top two year end overall in the Amateur and Novice classes will be required to move up to the next higher class.  If a rider wins overall within their division that rider will be required to move up divisions the next year (Expert class overall will not be moved up unless they place top 10 overall for the year end standings).

Riders may move up to any higher class at anytime, anyone who wishes to move down in class must submit a letter in writing to the race director explaining his or her reasons and must include all relevant results.  Failure to get approval to move down in class is subject to loss of points for a race or up to an entire season worth of points.  The race director will have the final decision whether to allow the class change.