Accord Speedway General Rules
& Personal Conduct
Accord Speedway officials attempt to be fair and maintain consistency with application of these rules. Our objectives are fairness and safety. Every organization, to be successful, must have good rules and enforce them fairly. Accord Speedway rules supersede the rules contained in the previous year’s rulebook, as amended, and shall remain in effect, until they are superseded by the rules contained in the next annual Accord Speedway Rulebook. Accord Speedway reserves the right to amend and change any rule. ALL RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

The rules and regulations set forth above are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. These rules shall govern the condition of all events, and, by participating in these events, all participants are deemed to have complied with these rules. No express or implied warranty of safety shall result from publications of, compliance with these rules and/or regulations. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to participants, spectators or others.

Race track officials reserve the right to reject any entrant for any reason they deem necessary. All participants are to conduct themselves in a manner that reflects favorably on the sport at all times. All fines, and/or suspensions will be in effect at all Accord Speedway sanctioned race events. The interpretation and invoking of the rules published herein shall be determined by Accord Speedway officials, at their professional discretion.

Any deviation from rules, specifications, car weights and engine parts will be subject to Accord Speedway tech officials. However, should any approval prove to be an unfair advantage to the overall competition, Accord Speedway reserves the right to rescind any approval it might have given.

At any Accord Speedway event, tech officials will have the final say of all technical legalities of the night’s events upon completion. Tech officials reserve the right to disqualify a car and/or driver based on the night’s events in accordance with rules and proper racing procedures.

Accord Speedway is not responsible for any typographical errors in this rule book and all rules are subject to change by management at any time.

General Rules and Personal Conduct.
A driver MUST HAVE an Accord Speedway membership to be eligible for year end point fund awards, the driver must attend the banquet to receive awards.

The driver and owner assume responsibility for the actions of their pit crew and family/spouse in every respect. The driver and owner shall be the only spokesperson for the car and pit crew.

No drinking of intoxicants or use of illegal drugs by any participant (driver, owner or crew member) allowed at any time immediately before, during or after the racing program on speedway property.

Any driver, owner, crew or family member taking physical action against another individual or personal property, for any reason, will be fined a minimum of $200 and may be suspended. If the individual is an owner or crew member, the suspension includes the team’s car and driver.

Suspension and fine will be determined at the discretion of track officials and management. Suspension DOES NOT INCLUDE rainouts. Any driver, owner or crew or family member taking physical OR VERBAL action against any track official, for any reason, will be subject to fine and/or suspension.

Any driver, car owner or team member taking physical OR VERBAL action against any track official at the payout window will relinquish the right of that team to receive cash payment at the track on the night of the event. A check will be mailed to that team.

No owner, driver, crew, spouse or family member shall enter the scoring tower during the program. It will lead to immediate disqualification from the night’s events for the team and a minimum fine of $100.

Anyone speeding through the pits or driving their car in such a way as to put others in danger will be subject to a minimum fine of $100 and/or suspension.

Mandatory insurance regulation. Use of grills, either charcoal or propane, is prohibited in the pit or spectator area.

Mandatory insurance regulation. Pets are not allowed on speedway property.

Members and non-members shall comply with all rules. The officials reserve the right to stop sale of tickets or honoring passes to anyone in violation of rules contained in this book.