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PostSubject: 2010 FLAMRA rulebook   Mon Feb 15 2010, 00:13

An all new FLAMRA website is under construction meanwhile here you can read the 2010 Official Rulebook so you can get prepared for the beginning of the season.


FOREWARD


The Florida Mini Roadracing Association, hereafter known as FLAMRA, was created in
2008 for the sole-purpose of providing a safe, affordable and fun atmosphere for two-wheeled
racers. We are a family of like-minded racers who impart a family atmosphere at each and
every event. Our venues provide great competition for racers of all skills and aptitudes & hope
that our mini-roadracing focus will be a platform for which young riders may become the roadracing stars of tomorrow. This document has been created to allow current and new members to understand the basic rules, regulations and guidelines of a FLAMRA event. These rules are an outline only and all racers/ members are explicitly advised that the FLAMRA officials will have the final say on any situation that may arise at an event.




Page 1 SECTION 1 - CLASSIFICATION OF RIDERS, CLASSES, POINTS, & SERIES
Page 4 SECTION 2 - MEMBERSHIP FEES
Page 5 SECTION 3 - ENTRY FEES
Page 6 SECTION 4 - RACE OFFICIALS
Page 7 SECTION 5 - RACE AND START PROCEDURE & FLAGS
Page 9 SECTION 6 - PROTEST AND PENALTIES
Page 10 SECTION 7 - TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS AND INSPECTIONS
Page 11 SECTION 8 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS





SECTION 1 - CLASSIFICATION OF RIDERS, CLASSES, POINTS, & SERIES

1. The purposes of the Novice classes are to allow competitors new to mini road racing a
safe entry into the sport. No serious competition is expected in this class.
2. No series point will be recorded for the Novice class. A Novice rider can be
moved from a class at the discretion of the FLAMRA officials.
3. Riders will not be classified as “Novice” based solely on lap times. A rider’s overall
ability and capability to make safe and timely decisions will be observed and analyzed
by the FLAMRA staff on an individual basis.
4. If deemed fit by FLAMRA officials, a rider may be deemed a “Novice” and required to ride
in the appropriate Novice class or made to wear an orange vest and start at the back of
the field regardless of qualification times.
5. A wide range of classes is offered by FLAMRA to ensure adequate opportunities for most
types of motorcycles. All of the classes, except for the Novice classes, are to follow
Superbike rules, which mean that unlimited modifications to both the engine and
chassis are allowed. The bike must only comply with the maximum allowable
displacement and wheel size when applicable.
The class structure for the 2010 season is as follows:
Machines are divided into classes based on the criteria of engine displacement and type (two
stroke/four stroke), wheel size, and water or air cooled.


2010 CLASSES*
Kids (Ages 4-13) sponsored by
2 stroke up to 50cc.
4 stroke up to 125cc..
Examples: KTM 50, Thumpstar 125

Kids Expert sponsored by
2 stroke up to 65cc.
4 stroke up to 125cc.
Racers in this class MUST be approved by FLAMRA officials. Both Kids Expert and Formula 1 will be on the track concurrently.


Formula 1 sponsored by
2 strokes water cooled up to 50cc,
2 stroke air cooled up to 60cc
4 stroke air cooled up to 112cc.
Both Kids Expert and Formula 1 will be on the track concurrently. Examples: NSR50, KLX110

Formula 2 sponsored by
2 strokes up to 65cc,
4 strokes up to 125cc
Under superbike rules. Bikes may have unlimited engine mods but must not exceed max displacement. Examples: KX65, Thumpstar 125

Novice sponsored by
Ages 14 and up. Any FLAMRA legal mini may compete in this class. When a competitor's lap times AND SKILL level approach the ones being turned in the main classes, he/she will be moved. The rule of thumb will be 110% of main event lap times.
Competitors running this class will ONLY be allowed to race in the following classes:
-Formula 40
-Girls
-Spec

GP 85 sponsored by
2 strokes up to 85cc.
4 strokes air-cooled four up to 230cc.
Under superbike rules. Examples: RM85, CRF230


Thumper 150 sponsored by
4 stroke water-cooled up to150cc
4 stroke air-cooled up to 230cc.
Under superbike rules. Unlimited engine modifications, but must not exceed maximum displacement. Examples: CRF150R, CRF230

Supermini sponsored by
2 stroke up to 105cc
4 stroke water-cooled up to 150cc
4 stroke air-cooled up to 190cc.
Unlimited engine modifications, but must not exceed maximum displacement. Examples: KX100, CRF150R, CRF230

Supermoto Amateur sponsored by GP Motorsports
Up to 525cc dirt bike chassis, any wheels. When a competitor's lap times AND SKILL level approach the ones being turned in Supermoto Expert class, he/she will be moved. This class will be run only at FLAMRA events no SEMRA/FLAMRA races.

Supermoto Expert sponsored by AVON tyres
Up to 525cc dirt bike chassis, any wheels. Racers in this class MUST be approved by FLAMRA officials. Examples: CRF450, 525SMR.

AVON tyres and GP Motorsports will be paying contingency for both supermoto classes.
In order to receive contingency you must:
Race on AVON tyres purchased from GP motorsports
Display AVON tyres stickers on both sides of the bike


Formula 40 Mini sponsored by
Ages 40 and up. Any FLAMRA legal mini bike. This class will be run only at FLAMRA events no SEMRA/FLAMRA races.

Girls Class sponsored by Any FLAMRA legal mini may race in this class. Grid position will be determined by registration order. This class will be run at FLAMRA events only, no SEMRA/FLAMRA races.

Lightweight Spec sponsored by Thumpstar
Thumpstar/FLAMRA Spec bike 125cc - Rider and gear weighing 194 Lbs or less.

Heavyweight Spec sponsored by Thumpstar
Thumpstar/FLAMRA Spec bike 125cc - Rider and gear weighing 195 Lbs or more.

Spec Classes have been created to provide competitive and affordable racing, therefore the following rules have been created to ensure costs are kept low. We want to see who can ride it faster instead of who can make it faster. If you enjoy building and tricking bikes, this may not be the right class for you, FLAMRA offers many classes were all kind of mods are allowed.
1. Must use pump gas up 93 octane only, no race fuel, AV fuel or any other than the fuel dispensed at any gas station. Anyone caught with illegal fuel will be DQ’, will lose all points for that event and will be suspended from participation in the next event.

1. No tire warmers prior to qualify or race
2. Motorcycle must be stock in appearance and must retain Thumpstar/FLAMRA decals. Color changes of bodywork allowed. Additional stickers allowed, but must not cover stock stickers. You can have custom stickers made but the Thumpstar logo must stay in its original place and size
3. Must use stock motor. NO MOTOR MODIFICATION ALLOWED. Motors will have a seal and must be unbroken at tech to enter class
4. Electric starter may be removed. Bike must run stock ignition. No aftermarket "Black boxes"
5. Must use stock carburetor and intake. No modifications allowed. Jetting changes are allowed
6. Must use stock unmodified exhaust, '07 and '08 bikes may use '09 system
7. Gearing changes are allowed
8. Must use stock fork and shocks. Springs, valving and oil may be changed
9. Must use stock brake master cylinders, calipers, and rotors. Brake pads may be changed to aftermarket
10. Must use stock supplied 12" wheels
11. Tires must be commercially available DOT tires. No slicks or rain tires
12. You may change handlebars, grips, pegs, and levers.
To order your FLAMRA/Thumpstar spec bike, please contact Walter Ferreyra @ GP Motorsports 786 344 2686.
Any Thumpstar not purchased directly from GP Motorsports can be subjected to a non-protest
teardown at anytime to ensure that the motor meets the stock requirements of the Spec Class.

6. Points will be awarded for each race based on rider finish in the main event only. Qualifying
times will be used only to set the grid for the mains, no points will be awarded. The rider must
start the main event to receive any points. Points will be given for each position as follows:

1st 30 points 7th 17 points 13th 11 points 19th 5 points

2nd 27 points 8th 16 points 14th 10 points 20th 4 points

3rd 25 points 9th 15 points 15th 9 points 21st 3 points

4th 23 points 10th 14 points 16th 8 points 22nd 2 points

5th 21 points 11th 13 points 17th 7 points 23rd 1 point

6th 19 points 12th 12 points 18th 6 points


7. The points will be kept and totaled in order to determine a class champion at the end of the
season. Each racer will be allowed to drop his single lowest scoring round - this includes
rounds not attended. This is in effort to prevent racers from being penalized by an inability to
attend all the races due to other obligations or geographical location. A round in which a rider
has been disqualified or penalized in any manner cannot count as a dropped round.
8. The FLAMRA schedule for 2009 can be found on the webpage. This schedule is subject to
change due to unforeseen incidents.

SECTION 2 - MEMBERSHIP FEES
1. A FLAMRA license will be required to compete in any FLAMRA event. This license can be
obtained by filling out the application found on the FLAMRA webpage under the 2010
License App heading. Also, the required fee is to be sent via paypal or a mailed check.

2. The cost for the license will be $40 for the entire year.
3. A single day license can be purchased for $10. This license is good for only one FLAMRA
event. The remaining balance of $30 will be required to participate in any additional
FLAMRA events during the same year.



4. No reimbursements will be made for license/entry fees for any reason during the calendar
year.
FLAMRA has the right to invalidate any license for any justifiable cause including but not limited
to:
 Disrespect to the authority of FLAMRA or track officials
 Violent behavior
 Rough riding or intent to cause injury to any other racer or spectator
 Unsportsmanlike conduct
 Disregard for any safety regulations or procedures
 Obscene or obnoxious behavior
 Suspension or membership termination due to illegal bike modifications

SECTION 3 - ENTRY FEES

1. The entry cost for racing is as follows :

Pre- Entry Late Entry
(cash or check only)
First Class $ 40 $ 50
Second Class $ 20 $ 25
Each Additional $ 10 $ 15
Class




2. Pre-entry for each FLAMRA race will open prior to the event with the link becoming available
on the FLMRA homepage. The racer must fill-out the entry form and Paypal the money
prior to the event. Pre-entry will close around midnight on the Wednesday prior to the
event. Please note: Each racer must fill-out the entry form and pay prior to Wednesday at
midnight to receive the Pre-Registration discount. If either of the obligations is not fulfilled
then the racer must pay full price at registration the day of the race.
• PayPal will accept bank cards and debit cards directly, you do not need to have a
PayPal account to Pre-Pay Online.
3. Entry fees are non-refundable. Should a rider have an unforeseen circumstance, which
causes their inability to attend a pre-entered event, their fees may be forwarded as a credit
for the next round only. It is the responsibility of the racer to advise the Registration
Director of the missed event in order to receive the credit.
**INCLEMENT WEATHER is not an applicable reason for fee credits, FLAMRA runs
all events rain or shine in the hot or cold, but will delay/pause events due to
imminent danger of lightning/hail etc. **

4. Should a racer suffer an injury or mechanical failure, which results in their inability to
compete, the following accommodations on credit may be issued at the discretion of the
Registration & Race Directors on a case-by-case basis.
♦ If failure prevents any participation or should failure/injury occur during the first
practice, up to 100% of fees may be credited towards the next round
♦ If failure/injury occurs during 2nd practice, fees may be credited up to 50% towards
next Round
♦ Failure/injury any time after 2nd practice will not be applicable for any credit.
5. Timing and Scoring requires the rental of a transponder in order to be scored for position.
Transponder rental is $15 per person. Should you own an AMB Trans160x (yellow) or
Trans260x (red) you will only be required to pay the $5 scoring fee.
♦ Members that are running the same bike in different classes may choose to share a
transponder. There will still be a $5 scoring fee assessed for any racer that will ‘share’ a
transponder.
♦ All racers are personally responsible for having their transponder on their bike for the
timed practice and the main event.
♦ Racers who forget their transponder during the timed practice will be gridded at the
back of the field for the main event,
♦ Racers who forget their transponder during the main event will not be scored unless it is
brought to the attention of the Race Director immediately following the start of the race.
o Timing and Scoring will attempt to determine the finishing position thru verification from fellow racers.
o Due to the attrition of the race grid from bike failures etc…there is NO guarantee
that Timing & Scoring will notice that a racer is missing his/her transponder or be
able to determine their exact position.
♦ All racers are required to do their due diligence to keep the transponder in a safe
position on their bike to avoid damage by grinding, scraping, crashing etc.
Transponders are rented by FLAMRA, therefore negligence which causes destruction of the transponder may require reimbursement for destroyed equipment.
6. There will be a gate fee required at each event. This fee will vary depending on the track.
On average it will be $15 per person ($10 per child under 12)
7. CASH OR CHECK AT THE TRACK! NO CREDIT CARDS CAN BE PROCESSED AT THE
TRACK!

SECTION 4 - RACE OFFICIALS
The below mentioned positions are FLAMRA Officials. Those filling these positions at each
event are representing FLAMRA and their instructions must be followed when participating in
any FLAMRA event.
• Race Director – The Race Director shall be in charge of overseeing all aspects of the event.
This can include but not limited to preliminary track preparation and event schedule. The Race
Director makes the final verdict on all matters concerning the event including but not limited to
registration, rider classification, current license status, protests or penalties, technical
inspections, appeals, and disqualifications.
• Track Marshall – The Track Marshall is responsible for maintaining a safe racetrack by
observing all track incidents. It is the job of the Track Marshall to make sure all practice and
qualification sessions run according to FLAMRA protocol. The Track Marshall will be in charge
of aligning the grid for each race, overseeing the starting procedure, and realigning the grid in
case of a red flag restart. The Track Marshall will make rulings on all starting infractions such
as false starts. Also, the Track Marshall will coordinate all the corner marshals and their
activities.
• Chief Technical Inspector – The Chief Technical Inspector is responsible to ensure that all
motorcycles meet the minimum safety requirements set forth by FLAMRA in the Technical
Requirements section. It will also be the Chief Technical Inspector’s duty to make rulings on all
technical protest.
• Registration Director – The Registration Director shall handle on aspects of registration and
distribution of transponders. It is the job of the Registration Director to make sure all racers are
registered for the appropriate class.
• Chief of Timing and Scoring – The Chief of Timing and Scoring will be in charge of timing all
qualifying sessions and provide the grid sheets. Also, the Chief of Timing and Scoring shall
time and score all of the main events. No racer shall contact or discuss a scoring issue with
the Chief of Timing and Scoring without the prior approval of the Race Director.
• Corner Marshals – The Corner Marshals will be in charge of flagging their assigned portion of
the track. They are under the guidance and directions of the Track Marshal.
• Head of Flagging – The Head of Flagging shall start the race according to the guideline of the
FLAMRA starting procedure. Furthermore, the Head of Flagging will be in charge of flagging the
start/finish portion of the track as well as all other flagging such as black flags and red flags.

SECTION 5 - RACE AND START PROCEDURE & FLAGS
1. There will be a rider’s meeting prior to practice and qualifying. This meeting will address
such things as length of the practice and qualifying sessions, possible safety hazards,
the track’s entrance and exit points (Pit Out and Pit In), and other general points of
entrance to ensure a safe and efficient event.
2. The FLAMRA staff at the beginning of the day’s event will provide an event schedule.
This schedule will be followed for practice, qualifying, and the main events.
3. The first practice will start immediately following the rider’s meeting and may or may not
be timed; usually only racers who have pre-registered will be provided with lap times if
at all possible.
4. The qualifying session will immediately begin after the last practice session has
concluded. This session will be timed with each racer’s best lap time being used to set
the main event’s starting grid.
5. Typically, a thirty-minute lunch break will be taken at around noon or at the conclusion
of qualifying.
6. Prior to the start of the finals, there will be another rider’s meeting. At this point, the
starting procedure will be discussed. Any track developments or potential hazards will
be discussed at this time. If any rider sees a potential hazard please bring it to the
FLAMRA official attentions immediately or at the riders meeting.
7. The races will begin immediately after the second rider’s meeting concludes. It is the job
of the rider to be prepared for his race and know his grid position. If a rider doesn’t know
his grid position; he or she can be sent to the back row at the Track Marshal’s
discretion.
8. An awards ceremony shall be held shortly after the conclusion of the final race.
Start Procedure
1. All riders will enter the track at Pit In and perform a partial warm-up lap by riding around
the track to the starting grid.
2. At the beginning of each main event, the Head of Flagging will be located in front of the
grid on the track. It is the rider’s responsibility to know where his/her starting position is
prior to the race.
3. The Track Marshall will start with row 1 and work his way towards the back of grid
making sure that all riders are lined up correctly.
4. At anytime, the Track Marshall can tell the Head of Flagging to wave all riders for a
second warm up lap. This is done if unforeseen events in the starting procedure are
taking too long to prevent these high performance engines from overheating.
5. The Track Marshall can send a rider to the back of the grid at anytime for not knowing
his/her assigned grid position.
6. When the Track Marshall has confirmed the grid correct, he will signal the Head of
Flagging located directly in front of row 1.
7. At this time, the Head of Flagging will walk towards the side of the track and climb up onto the starting box.
8. The Head of Flagging will turn and look at the riders with the green flag held still by his
side. Once he looks towards the grid, the green flag will be waved within 3 to 8 seconds.
9. The race begins at the movement of the flag.
10. The motorcycle cannot make any significant forward movement until the green flag is
moved. There are no rolling starts allowed. After the Head of Flagging stands up on
the starting box, the motorcycle cannot break the plane of the grid line or tape
immediately in front of the rider’s front wheel. Also, the rider must position his bike so
that the front wheel is no more than 6 inches from the line or tape. There can be no
perceivable attempt at a rolling start.
11. The Track Marshall and other trackside FLAMRA officials will be responsible for calling
false starts. If the Track Marshall or other FLAMRA officials determine that a rider has
committed a false start. The rider will be assessed a 20 second penalty to their finishing
time and their position will be adjusted accordingly. For the safety of all riders,
notifications will not be made during the race.
12. In the event of a Red Flag, the race will be stopped and the grid will be set based on
rider position from the last completed lap. The rider(s) responsible for the red flag will be
allowed to restart the race, but they must do so from the back of the grid.
Flags
1. Green Flag: The green flag will be used to start the race. It will be waived at the
beginning of the second lap to signal a clean start.
2. Yellow Flag: The yellow flag will be used to warn riders of hazards on the track such as
a down rider. There are two types of yellow flags: waving and standing.
♦ Waving Yellow – Is when a yellow flag is being waved by the Head of Flagging or
the Corner Marshals. This signals that a HAZARD is located in this area of the
track. NO PASSING ALLOWED. passing
♦ Standing Yellow – Is when the yellow flag is displayed to the riders by the Head
of Flagging or the Corner Marshals, but not waved. This signals that a HAZARD
exist somewhere on the track, but not a this portion. Normal race pace and
passing are allowed under the Standing yellow.
3. White Flag: The white flag is a courtesy flag that signals 1 lap remains in the race.
4. White and Black Checkered Flag: This flag is waved by the Head of Flagging at the
start/finish line to signal the end of the race.
5. Red Flag: The red flag is displayed by the Head of Flagging to signal that the races has
been stopped due to a HAZARD on the track, i.e. Down rider or bike that cannot be
moved or HAZARDOUS materials such as oil. All riders shall slowly reduce spend and
hold up there left hand to signal to other riders their reduced pace. The riders shall then
slowly circulate the remaining portion of the circuit and go to pit lane. They will be
directed what to do from there.
6. Black Flag: The black flag will be waved at a rider to signal that a HAZARDOUS
situation exists with their bike or that they have been penalized. The rider must go to pit
road to have the problem repaired or serve the penalty.
SECTION 6 - PROTEST AND PENALTIES
A racer may protest a competitor for illegal modifications to bike displacement by paying $150.
A FLAMRA official and technician will teardown the bike in question in order to measure thedisplacement. If the competitor who has been protested refuses the teardown, the result is deemed illegal. Also, a non-protest teardown can be enforced if the FLAMRA officials deem fit to enforce this at anytime. If the competitor’s motorcycle proves legal then FLAMRA will pay
him/her the amount of $125 to negate the rebuild cost.
• If the competitor is cheating, the protestor gets the protest money back and the competitor is
disqualified. The competitor in question must find his/her own means of re-building the illegal
motor.
Penalties for cheating;
First offense:
♦ Loss of all points for those days’ events for the bike in question. A DQ’d race cannot be
“dropped” for championship classification
♦ 20 Point Penalty at the year-end for rules infraction for any class, which was entered on
illegal bike
♦ One race suspension
Second offense:
♦ Loss of all points for the current season
♦ Banned from participation for the remainder of the season
Third offense:
♦ Permanently banned from any participation and admittance for all FLAMRA events
♦ If the competitor is legal, the protestor loses the money and $125 is given to the racer to
rebuild his/her motor. The remaining $25 is forfeited to FLAMRA for the technician labor
expense.
A racer that is deemed to have ‘jumped the start’ by moving before the green flag will be
assessed a time penalty and will be notified of it during the race via the penalty board.
♦ Continual disregard for starting procedures may result in additional penalties.
SECTION 7 - TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS AND INSPECTIONS
• All race motorcycles must pass technical inspection prior to participating in any FLAMRA
event. Motorcycles need only be inspected once per event. The exception to this is
motorcycles that have been black-flagged for mechanical reasons or have been involved in a
crash. A FLAMRA Tech sticker will be placed on the front number plate of all bikes passing
Tech. No motorcycle will be allowed on the track during a FLAMRA event without a Tech Sticker
• The Chief Technical Inspector may at his/her discretion allow a "temporary fix" for non-safety
related problems for a particular race weekend.
The following items will be checked during tech inspection. These items are safety related and
pertain to all bikes in all classes.
1. Throttle must return freely
2. Bar ends to protect throttle
3. Levers must have ball ends unless protected by hand guards
4. Working front brakes
5. Tires and rims in good condition
6. No turn signals or mirrors
7. Headlights taped or removed
8. No tail light or taillight brackets
9. Oil drain plugs safety wired (engine and transmission)
10. Oil filler cap and all other oil caps/plugs safety wired
11. Numbers on front (Minimum 4")
12. Numbers on sides (Min 3")
13. Kick starter lever removed or secured by a cable tie or inner heavy rubber band
14. Exhaust pipe securely mounted
15. Master link clip safety wired or secured with Permatex, etc.
16. Water cooled machines: NO GLICOL BASED ANTI-FREEZE (regular green anti-freeze).
Must use Water wetter, Engine Ice, Liquid Performance or pure water only.
17. No sharp edges that would be hazardous to your fellow competitors or yourself
18. No leaking fluids. No leaking fluids. No leaking fluids.
Here are the official guidelines forthe catch cans.
***Deemed Unacceptable:
♦ Red Bull Type Cans or any other type of Soda Can or any type of flimsy
beverage container.
♦ No flimsy and/or weak container of any kind/any material. No container that
would allow a significant amount of fuel to be spilled in the event of a
crash…ANY CRASH.
♦ All hosing associated with the fuel system must be in good condition, of a
proper material, and fastened securely. All fuel overflow hoses must
terminate in the catch can. One-way breather vents on the gas cap will be
permitted. Your container should be able to withstand a substantial impact,
be of a quality material, large enough and able to contain all of its contents in
the event of a crash, be heat-resistant and mounted securely to your bike.
Preferably in a location that would reduce and/or eliminate it's exposure to
damage. 8oz minimum capacity
♦ NO RED BULL TYPE Canister’s will be allowed no matter if they have been
acceptable previously with FLAMRA or any other organization. The damage
inflicted upon tracks due to insufficient catch cans is unacceptable and will
not be tolerated by any of the racing venues.
20. A one-way valve must be functional on dirt bike style gas caps.
Any motorcycle not meeting these Technical Requirements WILL NOT BE ALLOWED ON THE
TRACK. Please make sure you understand all of the requirements prior to the event. Technical
question can be asked at anytime on the FLAMRA forum under the “FLAMRA Tech questions”
heading.
A FLAMRA official will provide you with a timely answer to your questions.
Please do not expect the necessary items or required service to be available at the track.
SECTION 8 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
Rider Equipment
1. Full leathers with armor are highly recommended for all classes. Kevlar race suits (1
piece or zip together), heavy-duty (enduro) jacket, with leather or motocross pants with
armor may be permitted. However, for youth riders, motocross type riding apparel with
knee pads (no sparking sliders) and a full chest/back protector will also be allowed
2. SNELL and DOT approved full-face helmet or motocross helmet are required. All
helmets must be in good undamaged condition.
3. Helmet face shields, eyeglasses or goggles must be made of shatterproof material. NO
SUNGLASSES!
4. Approved full fingered leather or Kevlar gloves in good condition, with no holes or other
openings except for breathing holes.
5. Road racing boots, motocross boots or leather boots that cover the rider's ankles are
required.
Pit Area and Race Safety
1. There will be NO ALCOHOLIC beverages allowed while bikes are on the track. This is
not restricted to just the rider, but to all who attend any FLAMRA event. If someone is
caught with an open ALCOHOLIC beverage then that individual and everyone that he is
with will be asked to leave the event.
2. It is the rider’s responsibility to understand all the rules such as track entrance and exit
points.
3. Rough riding will not be tolerated at anytime. Please keep in mind that we are racing for
a trophy.
4. Rough riding can be penalized by the FLAMRA officials at their discretion by any means,
i.e. Dock Points, Position, Suspension, Rescinding Membership, Banned from events.
5. In the event of a crash, the rider shall try to remove himself and his motorcycle from the
track if possible.
6. All riders will be responsible for all their crew, which includes all family and friends.
7. Each Pit must have a functional fire extinguisher readily available at all times.
Extinguishers must be the dry-chemical or CO2 type.
8. No PARENT or crew member shall run onto the track at anytime for any reason! If your child falls please wait until the track has been cleared and when SAFE a FLAMRA official will escort you to your down rider.
9. There will be proper medical staff at every FLAMRA event. Please do NOT interfere with
the care that the medical staff provides an injured rider.
10. No loud cursing or obnoxious behavior will be allowed at anytime during a FLAMRA event. This is a FAMILY sport and FLAMRA provides a FAMILY atmosphere.
11. Most importantly, please remember to have FUN and be SAFE.
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