Drivers and Driver Wannabes welcome to the fun and excitement of Enduro Racing. Here is what an Enduro is all about. SPEED does NOT necessarily count in an Enduro. The secret is the combined ability of a driver and his car to last for 100 laps or one and half (1.5) hours (Hesston Time Limit), on the race track without a major mishap. This is NOT a Demolition Derby. The first cars will be the winner, or the car that travels the most amount of laps in one and half (1.5) hours can also be the winner.
This is an event for the basic “STOCK CAR.” Only minor modifications or alterations will be allowed. The race will start with two or three cars abreast in each row from a rolling start, and continue for 100 laps or one and half (1.5) hours, with-out any yellow flags (unless deemed necessary by officials for safety reasons). Cars that are stalled on the track due to breakdowns or accidents may be left there as obstacles, and all other cars should avoid them while continuing to race. The driver must never get out of his car while it is on or near the racing surface. Violators will be disqualified and ejected from the race immediately may the driver get out and observe the race from the safety of the infield. Once again, this is an endurance race event, NOT A DEMOLITION DERBY! The best strategy is to pace yourself and stay out of trouble, don’t crash into anyone and try not to let anyone crash into you. Start with a good set of tires and avoid running over anything that will cut them.
ANY DRIVER WHO IS ENTERED IN ALL 3 RACES AND WINS TWO RACES WILL RECEIVE A $300 BONUS.ALL RULES OR ANY INTERPRETATION THEREOF WILL BE DETERMINED BY TRACK OFFICIALS. ALL OFFICIALS HAVE THE RIGHT TO CHECK YOUR CAR AT ANY TIME, FOR ANY REASON. ALL TRACK DECISIONS ARE FINALS. RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTIFICATION.
QUESTIONS: Kevin “Chetty” Johnson 814-310-1102
Competitive racing can result in injury and/or death to the participant. No expressed or implied warranty of safety shall result from publication of, or compliance with these rules and/or regulations. The rules and regulations are ONLY intended as guides.