Rules

Membership – $30 annual membership. Includes t-shirt, decal and access to members only events.

Event Entry Fee – $50 per driver for a single day event. Pre-paid
registration will be available online for $45.

Registration – Discounted pre-registration will be available through the Lone Star RallyCross website.
Cash and credit card payments will be accepted for on site registration. Under age drivers will be allowed as long as they are accompanied by parent/guardian.

Timing System – Polaris Timer Console.

Points and Penalties – Point system for the series will be; 1st place 8 pts. 2nd place 6 pts. 3rd place 4 pts. and 4th place 2 pts. An additional point will be awarded in each class for fastest time of the day and/or no cone penalties.
+2 seconds will be added to your lap time for each standing cone hit. Missed gates will be +10 seconds added to your lap time. Not completing the course will result in a 100 second time for that run. All lap times for the day will be added together. Each lap counts so try to keep it clean.

Tech – A safety inspection will be required for each vehicle entered in the event. Tech inspection will check to verify that there are no loose items in or outside the vehicle, battery must be secure, no fluid leaks that could cause a fire or environmental hazards. Lug nuts are tight, brakes must have sufficient fluid in the master cylinder and no apparent hydraulic leaks and shall be operational at all four wheels and seat belts need to be in good working condition. If already paid a refund will be provided if a car fails the safety inspection. All helmets meeting the latest or two immediately preceding Snell Foundation standards (SA2010, SAH2010, SA2005, SA2000, M2010, M2005, M2000, K2010, K2005, K98), SFI standards 31.1, 41.1, 31.1A, 31.2A, 41.1A, 41.2A or British spec BS6658-85 type A/FR are acceptable.

Work Assignments – If you are competing you must work. When your class is not competing you will be given a work assignment. Work assignments are; corner worker, starting line, grid, timing and safety.

Pre Race Activities – These will consist of registration, tech, course walk and drivers meeting.

After Race Activities – These activities will consist of course tear down, trash pick up and awards ceremonies.

Vehicle/Driver Safety –
a. Driver’s window may not be down more than 2″ during course runs unless it is equipped with a window net and/or arm restraints. This also applies to any passengers in the car.
b. Drivers and passengers are required to wear seat belts during course runs.
c. Roll cages are not required, but if installed it is recommended they be built according to stage rally rules.
d. Helmets must be worn by all drivers and passengers during competition.
e. In order to participate at night or in low light events, adequate forward lighting will be required.
f. All cameras in car must be securely fastened to the car.