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CHAMPIONSHIP OFF ROAD RACING JIM BALDWIN Owner, Chief Executive Officer CISSY BALDWIN Chief Operating Officer TONY VANILLO Competition Director GARY LANE Technical Director LEE PERFECT Technical Director- UTV/ KART Competition Director- UTV/ KART ERIC ELLERMAN Event Operations SCOTT REHN Promotions CORR Announcer DEANNE VERNENGO Broadcast and Media Director KATIE BOSLER Public Relations ALEX STRILER Marketing and Sponsorship JOEL WHITTED Sales Executive Event Logistics KATHLEEN FEINGOLD Marketing and Sponsorship CHRISTINE LUNNISS Driver and Team Relations CHRISTIE OGREN Accounting PATRICIA CASTILLO Ticketing Accounting KEVIN AND KATHY MAYOROS North Country Racing Timing and Scoring TANYA VANILLO Contingency Championship Off Road Racing 270 Newport Center Drive Suite 200 Newport Beach, California 92660 Phone: 949-467-2397 Fax: 949-467-2399

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FORWARD

In 2008, the CORR Rule Book has been revised in several respects. We urge you to study carefully the new Rule Book, in order to be familiar with these revisions as well as those rules that have not changed. Every organization, to be successful, must have good rules and fair enforcement. We believe that the 2008 CORR Rule Book achieves the first of these objectives. Throughout the year, CORR Officials will use their best efforts to accomplish the second. The CORR Rule Book is designed to continually promote better competition while attempting to minimize the costs of participation. In keeping with CORR’s commitment to maintaining proper balance in the competition arena, it may be necessary for CORR to make rule changes and/or rule modifications from time to time. Such changes are designed to enhance close competition. CORR’s goal of a full starting field of various car makes n each race that are as equally matched as possible is certainly in the overall best interest of the sport. This is what CORR has strived for in the past and will continue to strive for in the future. We at CORR wish all of you a successful and rewarding year of racing.

CISSY BALDWIN Chief Operating Officer

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

CORR Terminology................................................................................................................................... 5 ..... SECTION 1 CORR Rules.............................................................................................................. 7 SECTION 2 Memberships ............................................................................................................. 7 SECTION 3 Licenses..................................................................................................................... 8 SECTION 4 Injury Report ........................................................................................................... 10 SECTION 5 Sanctioned Events ................................................................................................... 10 SECTION 6 Safety ...................................................................................................................... 10 SECTION 7 Entries ..................................................................................................................... 11 SECTION 8 Inspection ................................................................................................................ 12 SECTION 9 Race Prodcedure...................................................................................................... 12 SECTION 10 Flag Rules ............................................................................................................... 15 SECTION 11 Timing and Scoring................................................................................................. 15 SECTION 12 Violations/ Discipline Action.................................................................................. 17 SECTION 13 Protest...................................................................................................................... 18 SECTION 14 Prize Money ............................................................................................................ 19 SECTION 15 Event Payback......................................................................................................... 20 SECTION 16 Points and Points Fund............................................................................................ 20

ACCR (All CORR Competion Rules) ..................................................................................................... 21

CORR UTV and KART Safety Rules ..................................................................................................... 21

UTV Division Rules ................................................................................................................................ 22

Kart General Competition Rules.............................................................................................................. 27

Junior 1 and Junior 2 Kart Competition Rules......................................................................................... 29

Modified Kart Competition Rules ........................................................................................................... 32

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PREFACE

A CORR sanctioned Event is a competitive motor sport racing Event which is intended to be conducted and officiated in accordance with this Rule Book. This Rule Book may be amended from time to time. Special Rules may be published by CORR specifically for an Event and any applicable agreements to which CORR is a party may also apply. The CORR Rule Book is designed to provide for the orderly conduct of CORR sanctioned Events. It is ultimately the obligation of each participant to ensure that his/her conduct and equipment comply with all applicable CORR Rules, as they may be amended from time to time. EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL NOT RESULT FROM PUBLICATION OF, OR COMPLIANCE WITH, THESE RULES. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of short course racing and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to participants, spectators, or others.

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TERMINOLOGY

1. CORR - The trade name and registered service mark of Championship Off Road Racing. 2. CORR Headquarters - The principal office of CORR, located at 270 Newport Center Drive, Suite 200, Newport Beach, California 92660. 3. CORR Rules - The rules in this Rule Book, as they may be amended from time to time. 4. CORR Officials - Persons licensed by CORR and appointed by CORR to officiate as an employee or independent contractor at the Event. 5. CORR Supervisory Officials - The officers, employee, or agents of CORR as designated herein or in a CORR Bulletin. The CORR supervisory officials for 2008, until further notice are as follows: A. For all Events: Jim Baldwin, Owner Cissy Baldwin, Chief Operating Officer Tony Vanillo, Director of Competition Gary Lane, Technical Director Lee Perfect, UTV and Kart Competition and Technical Director 6. Member - An individual or entity who has been accepted by CORR as a Member pursuant to the CORR Rules, and whose membership has not expired, or been suspended, canceled or terminated. 7. Event - A CORR sanctioned Motorsports Event, It includes the designated race as well as all periods for registration, inspections, and time trials, qualifying races, practice runs, post-race inspections and rain or postponed dates related thereto. 8. Promoter - The individual, partnership, corporation, joint venture, or other legal entity that, in connection with the Event, is designated as the “Promoter” in the executed Sanction Agreement for the Event. 9. Competitor - A driver, car owner, crew member or other person (other than a CORR Official) who participates competitively in a CORR-sanctioned racing Event. Whenever the words Competitor, driver, car owner, mechanic, team member, or crew member are used, unless the context indicates otherwise, the term used shall be interpreted to include any driver, car owner, crew member, or other person assigned to or a member of the same racing team. 10. OEM - Original Equipment Manufacturer. 11. Race Vehicle- A vehicle - truck, buggy, UTV, or mini race truck, prototype or model - that fits the specifications set forth in this Rule Book. 12. D.O.T. Tires - Department of Transportation approved street legal tires. 13. Rookie Status- If this is your first calendar year competing in a CORR sanctioned Event or if you have moved from Sportsman to Pro and this is your first year competing as a pro you qualify as a rookie. Also, any rookie pro driver not participating in more than 25% of the year’s Events will retain their rookie status for the following year.

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OWNED BY CHAMPIONSHIP OFF ROAD RACING

TRADEMARKS/ SERVICE MARKS CORR, the CORR logo, and all related slogans, logos and trade dress are trademarks of Championship Off Road Racing.

PATENTS/ TRADEMARKS

CORR Mark

2,513,013

Pro 4

Pending

Pro 2

3,289,764

Pro Lite

3,289,765

Pro Buggy

Pending

Super Buggy

Pending

The above-noted trademarks and patents, among others, are the exclusive property of Championship Off Road Racing. Unauthorized use of any intellectual property without the express written permission of CORR in any manner may be a violation of state or federal law. Championship Off Road Racing will pursue its appropriate legal remedies to protect its statutory (and common law) rights in and to its intellectual property. CORR hereby grants to each CORR Member a royalty-free license for 2008 to make and use the objects and methods embodied in the above listed patents and patent applications for the sole purpose of competing in CORRsanctioned Events, unless otherwise approved in writing by CORR. In addition, CORR hereby grants each CORR Member a royalty-free license for 2008 to sell objects ‘ and methods embodied in the above patents and patent applications only to other CORR Members and for the sole purpose of competing in CORR-sanctioned Events, unless otherwise approved in writing by CORR.

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SECTION 1- THE CORR RULES 1-1

Effective Date - The CORR rules are effective upon the date of publication by CORR, regardless of when a Competitor receives actual notice. “Date of publication” if the Rules or any amendment thereto is changed; the earliest of mailing from CORR Headquarters or release to the daily or trade press.

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Amendment - CORR rules may only be amended by publication of an amendment in a CORR Bulletin issued by CORR Headquarters pursuant to the authority of the President of CORR or other duly authorized official of CORR. An amendment is effective upon the date of publication by CORR, regardless of when a Competitor receives actual notice.

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Applicability - The CORR Rules in this Rule Book are applicable to all and any series racing in a CORR sanctioned Event.

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Interpretation and Application - If there is a disagreement or dispute regarding the meaning or application of the CORR Rules, the interpretation and application by the CORR Officials at the Event shall prevail. Notwithstanding the foregoing or any other provision in the Rule Book, CORR Supervisory Officials may review an interpretation or application of the Rules when the Supervisory Officials deem such review to be appropriate.

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Finality of Interpretation and Application - The interpretation and application of the CORR rules by the CORR Officials at the Event (or by a CORR Supervisory Official when conducting a review) shall be final and non-appealable, except as provided. In order to promote short course off road racing, to achieve prompt finality in competition results, and in consideration of receiving the numerous benefits available to them. ALL MEMBERS INCLUDING COMPETITORS AND OFFICIALS, EXPRESSLY AGREE THAT DETERMINATIONS BY CORR OFFICIALS (WHETHER LOCAL, REGIONAL, OR NATIONAL) (AND CORR SUPERVISORY OFFICIALS WHEN MADE) AS TO THE APPLICATION AND INTERPRETATION OF THE CORR RULES ARE NON-LITIGABLE, AND THEY COVENANT THAT THEY WILL NOT INITITAE OR MAINTAIN LITIGATION OF ANY KIND AGAINST CORR OR ANYONE ACTING ON BEHALF OFF CORR, WITH RESPECT TO SUCH DETERMINATIONS OR TO RECOVER DAMAGES OR TO SEEK ANY OTHER KIND OF RELEF AS A RESULT OF SUCH DETERMINATIONS, UNLESS THE CORR OFFICIALS OR SUPERVISORY OFFICALS MADE SUCH DETERMINATIONS FOR NO PURPOSE OTHER THAN A BAD-FAITH INTENT TO HARM OR CAUSE ECONOMIC LOSS TO THE MEMBER, COMPETITOR, OR OFFICIAL INITIATIES OR MAINTAINS LITIGATION IN VIOLATION OF THE COVENANT, THAT THE MEMBER COMPETITOR, OR OFFICIAL AGREES TO REIMBURSE CORR FOR THE COSTS OF SUCH LITITGATION, INLUDING ATTORNEY’S FEES. THAT IN ANY LITIGATION BROUGHT AGAINST CORR FOR ANY REASON, IF THE LITIGATION IS NOT DISMISSED PURSUANT TO THIS CONVENANT, THE MATTER WILL BE TRIED BEFORE A JUDGE OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION AND HEREBY WAIVES ANY RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY IN SUCH ACTION. CORR RESERVES THE RIGHT TO TAKE ANY OTHER ACTION HEREUNDER, INCLUDING SUSPENSION OR TERMINATION OF MEMBERSHIP, FOR VIOLATION OF THE COVENANT NOT TO SUE.

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Principal Rule of Interpretation, Clarification or Application - The CORR Rules are intended to ensure that CORR sanctioned Events are conducted in a manner that is as fair as possible for all Competitors, consistent with prompt finality in competition results. On occasion, circumstances will be presented that are either unforeseen or are otherwise extraordinary, in which strict application of the CORR Rules may not achieve this goal. In such rare circumstances, CORR Officials as a practical matter may make a determination regarding the conduct of an Event, the eligibility of a Competitor, or similar matters that are not contemplated by or are inconsistent with the CORR Rules, in order to achieve this goal. From time to time in particular rules, Official Entry Blanks, Bulletins, and elsewhere, CORR may us the term “EIRI”- meaning “Except in Rare Instances” – to indicated the likelihood that such a determination may be made. CORR, however, may make such a determination even if “EIRI” has not been included in a particular rule, Official Entry Blank, Bulletin or otherwise. Such determinations are reviewable by CORR Supervisory Officials. Such specials rules shall apply to the conduct of the Event if they are published or announced prior to or during the Event by means of a Bulletin, newsletter, telephone fax, or pre-race meeting.

SECTION 2- MEMBERSHIPS 2-1

Eligibility - CORR may, but is not required to, accept as a CORR Member any individual or business entity interested in short course racing, so long as the individual or entity has properly and truthfully completed and filed a CORR membership application, agreed to abide by the CORR Rules, paid the fee(s) prescribed for membership, and meets the required qualifications. CORR is dedicated to the highest degree of professionalism, sportsmanship, and integrity in short course racing. For that reason, CORR may reject the membership application of an otherwise qualified applicant in the interest of the sport, in CORR’s sole discretion. Among other things, participation or involvement by a person or business entity (including, in the case of a business entity, involvement by any stockholder, director, officer, employee, partner, or agent thereof) in conduct detrimental to short course racing or to CORR, whether in the course of competition or not, and whether the person or business entity was a Member or applicant at the time of such conduct, may result in rejection of a membership application by CORR. Any person or business entity whose membership application has been rejected by CORR may appeal the rejection to the CORR Supervisory Officials.

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Application Process – Application forms for a CORR membership may be obtained from CORR Headquarters. Upon completion, they must be submitted to CORR Headquarters, which is the only CORR office authorized to approve and issue such memberships. Membership application forms must be fully executed, signed by the applicant, and accompanied by the requisite fee(s). The

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receipt of a CORR membership application form and fee(s) by a CORR Official and the depositing of accompanying fee(s) by CORR do not constitute the issuance of or approval by CORR of such an application for CORR membership. 2-3

Membership Status - A CORR Member, including a Member who has been issued a CORR license, is not an agent or employee of CORR by virtue of such membership or license. With respect to any CORR related activities in which a Member engages, unless the member is also an employee of CORR, the Member shall act as and be deemed either to be an independent contractor or an employee of a person or entity other than CORR, and not an agent or employee of CORR. Each such Member, or the Member’s employer, is obligated to furnish any tools, supplies, or materials necessary to perform the Member’s duties. Each such member shall be responsible for compensating, and shall be responsible for all actions of, their employees or agents. Each such Member assumes all responsibility, either by himself/herself or on behalf of his/her employer, for any charges, record keeping, premiums or taxes, if any, payable on any funds the Member may receive as a result of any activities as a CORR Member, including but not limited to, social security taxes, unemployment insurance taxes, workers compensation insurance, income taxes, and withholding taxes.

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Suspension - CORR may suspend a membership for a definite or indefinite period of time in the interest of off road racing or CORR, in CORR’s sole discretion. The affected Member may appeal such suspension to the Championship Off Road Racing Headquarters. Such Member shall have no right to receive, and CORR shall not be obligated to refund, any part or all of the fee(s) previously paid by the Member to CORR.

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Voluntary Termination - A Member may terminate his/her CORR membership at any time by providing a letter of resignation to CORR Headquarters. Such Member shall have no right to receive, and CORR shall not be obligated to refund, any part or all of the fee(s) previously paid by the Member to CORR.

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Involuntary Termination - CORR may terminate a CORR membership at any time in the interest of short course racing or CORR, in CORR’s sole discretion. Such Member shall have no right to receive, and CORR shall not be obligated to refund, any part or all of the fee(s) previously paid by the Member to CORR. Such Member may appeal such a termination to the CORR Supervisory Officials.

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Expiration - Membership expires automatically on the last day of the calendar year in which the membership is issued.

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Ejection - Any CORR Supervisory Official may eject a Member from an Event or from the racing premises in an emergency situation, as determined by such Supervisory Official, to promote the orderly conduct of the Event and/or future Events. An ejection is final, non-appeal able and non-reviewable.

SECTION 3- LICENSES 3-1

Eligibility - Any person or entity who is a Member in good standing is eligible to receive a CORR license authorizing the Member to participate in a CORR sanctioned Event, if the Member has properly filed out a CORR license application, agreed to abide by the CORR Rules, paid the fee(s) prescribed for the license, and meets the required qualifications for the license set forth in Section 3 and as may be otherwise required by CORR. CORR is dedicated to the highest degree of professionalism, sportsmanship, and integrity in short course racing. For that reason, CORR may reject the license application of an otherwise qualified applicant in the interest of the sport, in CORR’s sole discretion. Among other things, participation or involvement by a person or business entity (including, in the case of a business entity, involvement by any stockholder, director, officer, employee, partner, or agent thereof) in conduct detrimental to short course racing or to CORR, whether in the course of competition or not, and whether the person or business entity was a Member or applicant at the time of such conduct, may result in rejection of a license application by CORR. Any person or business entity whose license application has been rejected by CORR may appeal the rejection to the CORR Supervisory Officials.

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License Required - Every CORR Member who desires to participate in a CORR sanctioned Event as a Competitor, Scorer, Official, Promoter, Manufacturer, Sponsor, or Sales Representative, or other approved position must apply for, receive, and posses a valid, current CORR license authorizing participation in that capacity. CORR may specify, limit or restrict the types of racing, race cars, or race tracks in which a license-holder may participate.

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Application Process - Application forms for a CORR license may be obtained from CORR Headquarters. Upon completion, they must be submitted to CORR Headquarters, which is the only CORR office authorized to issue such licenses. License application forms must be fully executed, signed by the applicant, and accompanied by the requisite fee. The receipt of a CORR license application form and fee by a CORR Official does not constitute the issuance of or approval by CORR of such an application for a CORR license. Applicants will receive a license card from CORR Headquarters when their application for a license has been approved.

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Minors - If the license applicant is a minor under the laws of his/ her state of residence, the applicant must also submit, with his/ her application, a fully executed and signed Minor’s Release. The Minor’s Release must be signed by the applicant’s legal guardian or by a court appointed legal guardian. CORR has the right, but not the obligation, to approve the application of any applicant less than 18 years of age.

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License Non-Transferable - A CORR license is non-transferable. It may be used only by the Member to whom it is issued. Any attempt to transfer, lend, or permit any other person or entity to use it shall result in penalty imposed on the licensee by CORR. IF FOR ANY REASON, WHETHER INTENTIONAL OR UNINTENTIONAL, A LICENSE IS TRANSFERRED, LOANED, OR USED BY ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY, THE ORIGINAL LICENSEE SHALL INDEMNIFY CORR AND ALL RELATED PARTIES FOR ANY DAMAGES ARISING IN CONNECTION WITH SUCH TRANSFER, LOAN, OR USE.

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Minimum Driver License Requirements To secure a CORR Competitor License as driver, a CORR Member at a minimum must: A. Be at least 16 years of age for all classes except Kart. CORR Members must be at least 8 years of age to compete in the Kart class. B. If required by CORR Officials, submit to and pass driving ability tests conducted by and at the discretion of CORR Officials, whose decision as to the applicant’s driving ability is final and binding on the applicant. C. Be physically fit in the sole discretion of CORR. In this regard, CORR may require a competitor or the applicant to submit to and pass a physical examination by a qualified physician at the applicant’s expense. D. Must execute and deliver to CORR such authorizations, releases, applications, consents, waivers and other documents as may be required by CORR.

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Minimum Car Owner / Crew License Requirements To secure a CORR Competitor License as a crew member, a CORR Member at a minimum must: A. Be at least 16 years of age. B. Be physically fit to be a crewmember, as determined by CORR. C. Only licensed crew members will be allowed in the CORR HOT PITS. D. CORR will indicate on the license in the name of the car owner as named on the license application.

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CORR Officials License Requirements To secure a CORR Competitor License as an official, a CORR Member at a minimum must: A. Be at least 16 years of age. B. Possess, in the opinion of CORR interviewing Official, the necessary qualifications and abilities to carry out the duties of a CORR Official. C. Be physically fit to perform the duties of a CORR Official. The applicant must submit to and pass a physical examination by a qualified physician when it is deemed necessary by CORR at the applicant’s expense.

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Use of CORR License A. All CORR license holders, when signing in for any Event, must present their CORR license to the CORR Officials. B. Licenses must also be presented upon request when drivers receive prize money at time and place specified by CORR Officials. C. The license of a Competitor suspended at any time for any reason, must be promptly forwarded to CORR Headquarters. If the Competitor fails to do so, the license shall be inoperative and invalid until the lifting of the suspension. CORR Headquarters will return the license upon lifting of the suspension.

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Suspension - CORR may suspend a license for a definite or indefinite period of time or for all or specified CORR-sanctioned Events or tracks, in the interest of off road racing or CORR. Such Member shall have no right to receive, and CORR shall not be obligated to refund, any part of all of the fees previously paid by the Member to CORR.

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Voluntary Termination – A licensee may terminate his/her license at any time by surrendering his/her license, accompanied by a letter of resignation, to CORR Headquarters. Such Member shall have no rights to receive, and CORR shall not be obligated to refund, any part of the fees previously paid by the Member to CORR.

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Involuntary Termination - CORR may terminate a license at any time in the interest of off road racing or CORR. The licensee may appeal such termination to CORR Headquarters. Such Member shall have no rights to receive, and CORR shall not be obligated to refund, any part of the fees previously paid by the Member to CORR.

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Expiration - A license expires automatically on the last day of the calendar year in which the license is issued.

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Ejection - A CORR Official may eject a licensed Competitor from an Event or from the racing premises in an emergency situation or to promote the orderly conduct of the Event and/or future Events. An ejection is final, non-appeal able and non-reviewable.

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Interim Review of Licensee Qualifications – CORR, in its sole discretion, may review the qualifications of a licensee at any time after issuance of a license and may require the licensee to submit to such additional physical examinations, to submit a resume or an updated resume to include driver information and record of competition, or to pass such additional driver ability tests, and may take such other action as CORR may deem appropriate, to determine whether the licensee continues to qualify for a license under these Rules.

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SECTION 4- INJURY REPORTS 4-1

Reporting of Injury A. Any Member involved in an accident while on the racing premises must report to a CORR Administration Official before leaving the premises. (If Member is physically capable to make such a report). B. If a driver loses consciousness at anytime during an Event, the driver cannot compete for at least seven (7) days and/or must be cleared, in writing, by a qualified physician.

SECTION 5 - SANCTIONED EVENTS 5-1

A CORR sanctioned Event is an Event that CORR has agreed in writing to sanction, in an applicable, fully-executed Sanction Agreement Form that is in effect at the time of the Event.

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In order to be eligible for a CORR sanction for an Event or series of Events, a Promoter must submit a fully executed Sanction Application. Only CORR Headquarters on the appropriate form issues a CORR sanctioning, after approval by CORR. The issuance of a sanction for a specific Event does not obligate the Promoter, or CORR, to enter into a sanction agreement, or to issue a sanction, for any future Event(s).

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Only individuals holding a current, valid CORR license are eligible or authorized to participate in CORR sanctioned Event(s).

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All changes relating to a race program, including time trials, hot laps, press runs, practice and pre race off road racing contest, during an Event, must be approved by CORR.

SECTION 6- SAFETY 6-1

Off road racing is an inherently dangerous sport. Each Member assumes the risk of bodily injury, death, or property damage when he/she participates in an Event. Members are required to advise their spouses and next of kin, if any, of this fact. Although safety is a concern, by virtue of its limited role in the conduct of any Event, CORR cannot be, and is not responsible, for all or even most aspects of the safety effort. That responsibility instead rests with the various participants in the Event(s) as follows: A. Promoter -The Promoter is directly and finally responsible to ensure that the racing facilities are adequate for the Event; that adequate safety personnel and equipment are provided for each Event, both for the purpose of preventing injury where reasonably possible and responding to injury when it occurs; and that the conditions at the racing facility are maintained in a reasonable manner to reduce the risk of injury. B. CORR - Employees and representatives of CORR, when they are present at an Event, will inform the Promoter of any inadequacies in the facilities, safety personnel, and equipment, or other conditions at the track that they observe and consider, in their best judgment, to be inconsistent with the interest of safety. In addition, CORR works with the Competitors, Promoters, car manufacturers, and outside independent experts to facilitate, where and when appropriate, the exchange of useful information regarding safety designs, products, practices, and procedures. Where appropriate, it will also institute rules and procedures relating to safety. CORR, however, is not and does not hold itself out as an expert in safety standards, designs, practices, or procedures, nor is CORR a standards organization or a designer, manufacturer or seller of safety-related products, facility designs, or race car designs. C. Competitors - All Competitors are obligated to inspect the racing facilities, safety personnel and equipment, and conditions at the track on a continuing basis before, during, and after the Event. Since the competitors are closer to the racing facilities, safety personnel and equipment, and conditions at the track on a continuous basis throughout the Event than CORR Officials or the Promoter, it is their obligation to inspect, observe and report to the Promoter promptly any inadequacy in the facilities, personnel, equipment or conditions at the track. Competitors also are solely and directly responsible for the safety necessary to perform their duties as a driver, owner, or crew member This includes activities involving all race equipment, race vehicle, and support equipment to ensure minimum amount of risk or injury to themselves and others. NEITHER CORR NOR THE PROMOTER CAN OR WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ADEQUACY OF A COMPETITOR’S OFF ROAD RACE VEHICLE, RACING EQUIPMENT OR RACING ACTIVITY TO ACCOMPLISH THIS PURPOSE. D. CORR Officials - CORR Officials are often independent contractors, often employed by the Promoter in other capacities. Those officials, in the exercise of their independent judgment, should report promptly to the Promoter any observed safety inadequacies in the racing facilities, safety personnel and equipment, and conditions at the track. In addition, if a CORR Official observes any safety inadequacies in a Competitor’s off road racing equipment, or conduct, the Official may take whatever action is deemed reasonable and appropriate in order to correct such inadequacy. Such action may include, but is not limited to, physical examinations, medical determinations, and driver ability or experience tests. The Competitor is obligated to follow the Official’s directives. CORR IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACTIONS OR INACTIONS OF ANY CORR OFFICIAL AS IT PERTAINS TO SAFETY.

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SECTION 7- ENTRIES 7-1

Entry Requirements A. In order to compete in a CORR Event, a member must submit and have approved an Official Entry Blank for the Event. B. It is the responsibility of the Member to obtain the appropriate entry form, and to ascertain and abide by all applicable deadlines and instructions. The mailing of such forms to Competitors does not relieve them of this responsibility. C. The Member must complete the Official Entry Blank for the Event in full and submit it to the appropriate office (as specified on the Official Entry Blank) by the deadline listed thereon. D. In the Event an Official Entry Blank is not submitted by the deadline, CORR, in its sole discretion, may decide to accept the Competitors entry in which case he/she will be assessed a late fee of $250.00 The deadline date of the Official Blank submission will be two weeks prior to the date of the Event. The submission time will be determined by the date contained in the U.S. mail delivery date, fax timestamp, email timestamp, or online registration timestamp. Telephone entries will not be accepted. E. Refund Policy - once a vehicle enters on to the racecourse whether in practice or competition, a refund can no longer be issued. All refunds must be requested through CORR Headquarters within 14 days after the conclusion of the scheduled Event. F. Acceptance of any entry is at the discretion of CORR.

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Member Obligations/ Agreements / Releases A. A CORR sanctioned Event is a competitive motor racing Event, which is intended to be conducted and officiated in accordance with this Rule Book, as it may be amended from time to time, any special rules that may be published by CORR specifically for the Event, and any applicable agreement to which CORR is a party. BY SUBMITTING AN ENTRY APPLICATION AND/OR TAKING PART IN ANY ACTIVITY RELATING TO THE EVENT, A COMPETITOR AGREES TO ABIDE BY THE DECISIONS OF CORR OFFICIALS AND PROMOTER OFFICIALS, RELATING TO THE EVENT OR ANY MATTERS ARISING OUT OF THE EVENT, AND AGREES THAT SUCH DECISIONS ARE FINAL, NON-APPEALABLE AND NON-LITIGATABLE. SUCH COMPETITOR FURTHER AGREES TO INSPECT THE RACING AREA TO INSURE THAT IT IS IN SAFE, RACEABLE AND USABLE CONDITION, AND THAT THE COMPETITOR VOLUNTARILY ASSUMES THE RISK OF, AND HAS NO CLAIM FOR DAMAGES AGAINST CORR, PROMOTER OR THEIR OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, SHAREHOLDERS, OFFICIALS, AGENTS OR EMPLOYEES BY REASON OF DAMAGE TO THE OFF ROAD RACE VEHICLE, THE DRIVER, PIT CREW OR ANY OTHER PERSON. ALL COMPETITORS ASSUME FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY AND ALL INJURIES SUSTAINED, INCLUDING DEATH AND PROPERTY DAMAGE, ANYTIME THEY ARE IN THE RACING AREAS OR EN-ROUTE THERETO OR THEREFROM. THE COMPETITOR ACKNOWLEDGES THAT COMPETITOR UNDERSTANDS THE RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH, WHICH MAY RESULT FROM RACING, AND THAT COMPETITOR SOLELY ASSUMES ALL SUCH RISKS. B. When a Competitor submits an Official Entry Blank or informs a Promoter or CORR that the Competitor will attempt to compete in an Event, and the entry is accepted, the Competitor becomes obligated to attempt to compete in the Event. C. If a Competitor participates in a CORR sanctioned Event without having properly submitted a fully executed Official Entry Blank, the Competitor nevertheless is subject to all CORR rules, amendments and special rules, as well as all statements, releases and obligations appearing in the Official Entry Blank, as if he or she had properly submitted a fully executed Official Entry Blank. Such Competitor will have no claims for damages and/or compensation of any kind for any advertising exploiting his or her name, picture or the picture of his or her race vehicle, or exploiting the achievements of any product used by the Competitor, relating to the Competitor’s participation in the Event. D. Only persons approved by CORR may enter the racing area. No Competitor may enter the racing areas, (HOT PITS, racing surface, or other race related areas) unless he/ she has personally signed all required entry forms, waivers and release of liability forms, and pit permits, applicable to the particular Event. No person will sign at any time, for any reason, any entry form, waiver and release of liability form or pit permit for anyone other than themselves.

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Advertising and Promotion Release - Each member, by entering a CORR sanctioned Event, grants to CORR, it’s duly authorized agents and assigns, a license to use and sub-license, on an exclusive basis with regard to the Products/ Services of the Series Sponsor otherwise a non-exclusive basis his/her name, likeness and performance, including photographs, images and sounds of such Member and/or any vehicles with respect to which the Member competes in CORR-sanctioned Events , in any way, medium or material (including, but not limited to, telecasts by and through television, cable television, radio, pay-per-view, closed circuit television, satellite signal, digital signal, film productions, audiotape productions, transmissions over the Internet, public and private online services authorized by CORR, sales and other commercial projects, and the like) for promoting, advertising, and publicizing any CORR-sanctioned Event or related telecast or programming, before, during, and after such Event, and each Member hereby relinquishes to CORR in perpetuity all rights thereto for such purposes.

7-4

Telecast and Other Rights - Each Member, by entering a CORR sanctioned Event, acknowledges that CORR, and it’s licensees and assigns, exclusively and in perpetuity owns any and all rights to broadcast, transmit, film, tape, capture, overhear, photograph, collect, or record by any means, process, medium or device (including, but not limited to, telecasts by and through television, cable television, radio, pay-per-view, closed circuit television, satellite signal, digital signal, film productions, audiotape productions, transmissions over the Internet, public and private online services authorized by CORR, sales and other commercial projects, and the like), whether or not currently in existence, all images, sounds, and data (including, but not limited to, in-car audio, in-car video, in-car radio, other electronic transmissions between cars and crews, and timing and scoring information) arising from or during any CORR sanctioned Event or the Member’s performance

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in the Event, and that, except for works created pursuant to the fair use doctrine or the CORR Media Access Policy, CORR is and shall be the sole owner of any and all copyrights, intellectual property rights, and proprietary rights worldwide in and to these works and in to any other works, copyrightable or otherwise, created from the images, sounds, and data arising from or during any CORR Event or the Member’s performance in the Event. Each Member agrees to take all steps reasonable necessary and all steps requested by CORR, to protect, perfect or effectuate CORR’s ownership or interest in these rights. Each Member agrees not to take any action, nor cause others to take any action, nor enter into any third party agreement that would contravene, diminish, encroach, or infringe upon these CORR rights. 7-5

Substance Abuse - A CORR Member must not use or be under the influence of stimulants, depressants, or tranquilizers, including but not limited to alcoholic beverages, narcotics, etc., during an Event. Every CORR Member, at all times, shall comply with the provisions of this substance abuse policy.

SECTION 8 - INSPECTIONS AND ELIGIBILITY 8-1

Time/Manner- All race vehicles, parts, components, and equipment are subject to inspection by CORR, at any time and in any manner as determined by CORR Officials. All decisions by CORR Officials regarding the timing and manner of inspection as well as which race vehicles, parts, components, or equipment will be inspected are final, non-appeal able and non-reviewable.

8-2

Inspection Area - Only those persons approved by CORR Officials may be admitted to the inspection area.

8-3

Vehicle Eligibility - CORR Officials will determine whether a vehicle, including any parts, components, or equipment, meets the applicable specifications for an Event as set forth in the Rule Book, as it may be amended from time to time, and any special rules published by CORR for an Event. Except as provided below, only vehicles, parts, components, and equipment determined by CORR to meet the applicable specifications are eligible to compete in the Event. Such determinations may be made by CORR Officials at any time before, during, or after an Event, and may take into account, to the extent deemed reasonable by CORR Officials in the interests of racing competition and fairness, any modifications caused or required by in-race accidents.

8-4

Competitor Obligations - A Competitor must take whatever steps requested by CORR Officials, including tear down of the vehicle to facilitate inspection of the vehicle. This obligation includes, but is not limited to, installing inspection holes, inspection ports, and/or other means of inspection in the frame, roll cage bars, engine components, and the like.

8-5

Inspection Prior to Race - If a CORR Official determines prior to the race or practice that the vehicle, parts, components, or equipment, does not meet the applicable specifications, the car will not be allowed to compete unless, in the discretion of the Official, the deficiency (a) will not adversely affect the orderly conduct of the race; (b) cannot be corrected in time for qualifying for the race (if no qualifying or if the deficiency is discovered after qualifying but prior to the race); and (c) is so insubstantial as to not warrant a determination that the car is ineligible to race. If the Official permits the car to compete under these circumstances, the Official will apprise the Competitor in writing of the deficiency, and if the deficiency has not been corrected by the date and time specified by the Series Director, a penalty may be imposed by CORR.

8-6

Off Road Race Vehicle Sealing or Impounding - CORR has the right, for inspection purposes, to seal or impound race vehicles or vehicle parts entered and competing in an Event. CORR assumes no responsibility for impounded vehicles, or vehicle parts.

8-7

Inspection After Race - At an Event where the CORR Rule Book, special rules, or CORR Officials mandate inspection after the Event, any vehicle that has competed in the Event may not be taken from the racing premises without permission of a CORR Official. If a CORR Official determines after the race that a vehicle does not meet applicable specifications, but the deficiency is so insubstantial as to not provide the Competitor with a significant competitive advantage over other competitors, the Official in the exercise of his or her sole discretion, may or may not impose a penalty, but will apprize the Competitor in writing of the deficiency. The race vehicle will be prohibited from competing in any future Event if the deficiency has not been corrected. Inspection decisions are final, non-appeal able and non-reviewable.

8-8

Equipment or Parts Failing Inspection - CORR has the right to applicable CORR specifications during an inspection.

confiscate any part and/or equipment which fails to meet

SECTION 9- RACE PROCEDURES 9-1

Race Procedure Defined - Race Procedure is the manner in which an Event is conducted. It includes, but is not limited to, determinations regarding the eligibility of vehicles for competition, qualifying procedure, the line-up or starting grid of the vehicles, the start of the race, the control of vehicles throughout the race by flags, lights, or other direct communication between CORR Officials and Competitors, the election to stop or delay a race, control of pit activity, flagging, the positioning of vehicles at any time, the assessment of lap and time penalties, and the completion of the race, CORR Officials are authorized to make such other determinations or take such other action as they determine to be necessary to promote the best interest of off road racing, including but not limited to, fairness and prompt finality of competition results.

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9-2

Finality of Race Procedure Decisions - All decisions by CORR Officials at the track involving race procedures are final and may not be appealed- subject only to review by CORR Supervisory Officials if one (1) or more such Officials determine that extraordinary circumstances exist that require such review. In making such a determination, the interest of finality in competition results will be a principal consideration. Such action includes, but is not limited to, revising the official race results, imposing penalties (disqualifications, suspensions, and fines), or awarding or subtracting points. The Supervisory Official may alternatively elect to take no remedial action. All such decisions are final and may not be appealed (except the imposition of a penalty, as provided in Section 12).

9-3

Official Starter - The Official Starter will be designated by CORR Officials.

9-4

Driver, Crew Chief Responsibilities A. The crew chief shall be the sole spokesman for the driver, vehicle owner and pit crew in any and all matters pertaining to the Event (other than proceedings pursuant to Section 12, 14 and 15 of the Rule Book). At all Events, the crew chief assumes responsibility for the actions of his or her driver and pit crew, and may be subject to disciplinary action as a result. Unpaid fines for the crew chief, crew members and the vehicle owner may be collected by CORR by deducting the amount from the purse or point fund earnings of the driver. B. All drivers must be on time to compete in the Events for which they are scheduled. Any driver of a vehicle that is not ready to compete at the designated race time may be sent to the rear of the line in the hot laps or race, or left out of the racing activities, at the discretion of CORR Officials. C. Changes of driver at any time will not be made without advance notification to CORR Officials. When the race is in progress, changes must be made in hot pits or pit area only. If a driver change is made during a red flag condition, the race vehicle must relinquish its position and restart at the rear of the field. D. An eligible driver may drive any qualified race vehicle in any Event. A Rookie driver must have hot lapped the race vehicle he or she intends to compete.

9-5

Starting Position Determination A. A driver may not attempt to qualify more than one (1) vehicle per race division. CORR officials will determine the qualifying positions at the first Event of the year by a random drawing. Drivers that do not draw will be placed at the rear of the field. B. Race vehicles that fail to enter and/or register before the closing of registration will be placed at the back of the field by CORR. C. All race vehicles awarded a starting position must pass CORR Technical Inspection. Failure to pass the inspection will be cause for a disqualification of the race vehicle from the Event. If the technical deficiencies can be corrected prior to the race and pass technical inspection prior to race time; the race vehicle will be allowed to compete.

9-6

Race Start A. Starting grid position with respect to spacing, both width and depth, will be established by CORR prior to each Event. B. All race vehicles, which are in the official starting line-up, must be in the pre race grid lineup twenty minutes before the beginning of the race Event they are to participate in. All race vehicles which are in the official starting line up must be on the starting grid, when requested by the official starter or one of his/her assistants, and ready to race. Any race vehicle not in the starting line-up may start the race after the green flag has been given, only after notifying a CORR staging official of doing so. Once the green flag is given, a CORR official will release the vehicle from a CORR designated location when deemed safe and no competitive advantage has been gained. The vehicle will not be released before the leader has made one complete lap. If there is a parade lap, the race vehicle will be required to follow the Official Pace Truck for the completed parade lap. If any race vehicle passes, or comes in contact with the Official Pace Truck, the penalty will be disqualification from the division race. This penalty is not a penalty within the meaning of Section 12, and is not appealable. C. If a race vehicle drops out of the race before the completion of the first official lap, the driver will be awarded starting points for taking the green flag. An official lap is defined as passing the official scoring position twice. D. Once the field of race vehicles is lined up and the Official Starter signals the drivers to be ready, the official starter will, at his discretion, indicate the start of the race by waving the starting flag. In the determination of the official starter, a race vehicle does not maintain its designated position; CORR starting officials may reposition the race vehicle at their discretion. If the vehicle continues to not maintain the assigned starting position, the CORR starting official, at his or her discretion, may move the race vehicle to the back of the line-up grid. Scoring and official timing begins when the starting flag is displayed. E. All points will be awarded to the driver who starts the race under their registered race vehicle number. All race vehicle driver changes must be reported to CORR Officials, to insure proper scoring for the driver. If a different driver races the vehicle, the number of the vehicle must be changed and reported to CORR. This number must be not currently in use by another driver. The only exception to this rule would be a co-driver (Sportsman only).

9-7

Race Halt A. The CORR Officials will determine whether the race track is in race condition for that Event. Under adverse circumstances a race may be called official after 50% of the laps have been completed. B. A race may be stopped at the discretion of the CORR Officials at any time they determine, in the exercise of their independent judgment, that the track is not ready for racing.

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9-8

Race Halt/ Restart Before One (1) Lap Completion A. When a race is stopped prior to the completion of (1) one lap, there shall be a complete restart in the original starting position.

9-9

Race Halt/ Restart after One (1) Lap Completion A. When a race is stopped after the completion of one (1) lap, race vehicles will line up in the order in which they were running at the completion of the last full lap before being stopped. If there is no restart, drivers will be scored and paid on the positions they would have held in a restart.

9-10

Race Halt/Adverse Circumstances A. Except as otherwise provided in CORR Sanction Agreements or in Official Entry Blanks published for the Event, when an Event is halted due to rain or adverse circumstances, and the Promoter must refund money and or issue rain checks, prize money shall be paid only to those divisions due prize money for those Events or races completed. B. Except as otherwise provided in CORR Sanction Agreements or in Official Entry Blanks published for the Event, when an Event is halted due to rain or adverse circumstances and the Promoter does not issue rain checks, the Event may be rescheduled to a mutually agreeable date. Unless otherwise determined by CORR, the rescheduled Event program shall start with the incomplete divisions of the previous race, and all original entries shall start in the position they held when the race or Event was stopped.

9-11

Lap or Time Penalties - A lap or time penalty is the act during a race, of detaining a driver in the penalty box for a certain amount of time, as determined by the CORR Officials. A time penalty is not a penalty within the meaning of Section 12, and is not appealable under that Section. A time penalty may be imposed when the Competitor has violated the CORR Rules, a directive from a CORR Official, or a known race procedure. A Competitor shall not receive a time penalty after the completion of the Event, unless in the closing laps of the race he or she violates a CORR Rule, a directive from a CORR Official or a known procedure, and there is not enough time or laps remaining in the race for the CORR Official to impose a penalty. If a post race penalty is imposed, a scoring correction reflecting the penalty is permitted prior to the posting of the official race results at CORR Official’s discretion.

9-12

Cease Competition - A CORR Official may direct a Competitor to cease competition, to leave the racing premises, or to bring the race vehicle to the pit area for a specified time penalty or for the balance of the race, if it is necessary to do so in order to promote the orderly conduct of the Event. Such a directive will be given only in extraordinary circumstances, as determined by the CORR Officials. It will not be deemed or construed to be a disqualification, suspension or other penalty within the meaning of Section 12, and is not appealable under that Section.

9-13

Race Start/Finish Line - The race start/finish line is unique to each CORR sanctioned Event. The Official Event race start/finish line will be indicated at each Event. Off road racing is an exciting motor sports Event and the start line is, in most cases, different from the finish line. Vehicles are started from a grid area that they may not return to during the race. Therefore, it is necessary to indicate the start/finish line at each Event. The indication of the Official start/finish line will be discussed at the pre race Competitors meetings.

9-14

Race Course Procedure A. If at any time the race vehicle gets off the designated race track, the vehicle speed must be reduced significantly and the vehicle must merge back into the race line safely without gain of time or position. B. Vehicles must race under their own power and in forward gears only. C. If at any time the competition director feels a competitor is a hazard to the other competitors, the vehicle may be pulled from competition.

9-15

Official Competition - All Pro and Sportsman Division races at each Event will run until the leader has completed the advertised time or distance. In timed races, the leader will be given the white flag by the Official finish flagman, when CORR Officials have informed him that less time is left than required to finish the final lap. In lap Events the Official finish flagman will give the white flag when advised by CORR Officials that one lap remains.

9-16

Pit Procedures during Race A. Race vehicles may not be pushed past the flagman at the end of the hot pit road. After the race has started vehicles may be started by hand pushing only in the hot pit area, but under no circumstances is the race vehicle to be pushed onto the racetrack from the hot pit area. After the white flag has been displayed, no race vehicle may receive any type of assistance, except those race vehicles making regular pit stops. B. All equipment used to service the race vehicle, in its assigned pit area, must be removed from the vehicle before entering the racetrack. After the race vehicle has re-entered the race, all equipment used to service the race vehicle must be returned to the equipment side of the pit wall. C. When pit stops are made for tire changes, all lug nuts must be fully tightened before the race vehicle leaves the assigned pit area. When a CORR Official detects a violation, the race vehicle must return to its assigned pit area for inspection. D. Manufacturers personnel will not be allowed over the pit wall at any time during the running of a race. E. All major race vehicle repairs must be done behind the pit wall. F. Only one (1) jack may be used for pit stops involving tire changes. The same jack must be used when changing tires on the left and right side during the same pit stop. In the Event the race vehicle falls off the jack, a second jack may be used, on the same side, to facilitate use of the first jack.

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G. H. I.

9-17

Air supply tanks and pressure regulators for all air guns and other air equipment must remain on the equipment side of the pit wall at all times. During a pit stop one designated crew member must stand at front of vehicle in driver’s direct view, the truck may not be released from pit until all work is completed and crew member signals it is safe to proceed. A maximum of five crew members may be in the hot pits during their division race. All Pro and Sportsman crew members must be in long pants. All Pro crew members must have team uniform shirts.

Use of Team Spotters - All team spotters must use the CORR approved spotters section as provided by CORR Event Promoter or designated by CORR Competition Director. Only one spotter per race vehicle is allowed. The spotter must have the car number marked on them, where it is clearly visible.

SECTION 10 - FLAG RULES 10-1

General - CORR Officials will use flags, as set forth in this section, for the purpose of providing drivers with information. CORR Officials may use light signals in addition to or in lieu of flags, if the drivers are so informed prior to the race. If a driver is informed of a decision or Event by CORR Officials in a manner other than by use of flags or light signals, then use of a flag or light signal in that situation is not necessary. The procedure for use of flags and or lights by CORR Officials may vary from individual Events.

10-2

Green Flag - Start of Race - Restarts A. At the beginning of the race, all race vehicles must maintain position until the Official Starter displays the green flag. On restarts, the race will resume when the green flag is displayed. If the restart is precipitated by a red flag, CORR Officials will reposition all race vehicles in the proper starting order. CORR Officials may make a special ruling on restarts for any race. B. All restarts shall be made at a designated location on the track. Drivers will be made aware of this location at the pre-race meeting.

10-3

Blue Flag with Diagonal Yellow Stripe (Passing Flag) The blue flag with a diagonal yellow stripe signifies that faster traffic is overtaking the race vehicle being signaled. Race vehicles given this flag must prepare to yield to overtaking traffic.

10-4

Yellow Flag (Caution) A. All corner workers showing a waiving yellow flag will indicate a situation affecting only the immediate area in which the corner worker is located. All vehicles must slow down to thirty (30) miles per hour, or a speed indicated by CORR while in this area. The yellow flag signifies caution. B. All corner workers showing a stationary yellow flag will indicate a full course caution situation. At the discretion of the CORR Competition Director, timing or lap counting may or may not cease during a full course caution situation. C. Any race vehicle passing or not abiding the caution flag and/or pace truck will spend time in the penalty box. D. Reasonable speed is a judgment call and will be made by the CORR Competition Director. The CORR Competition Director will also determine the length of the penalty. Corner workers will report to the CORR Competition Director, and have input in making the penalty call and determining reasonable speed and penalty for the condition and infraction. E. Race vehicles violating the caution flag will be notified by being black-flagged at the finish line. When the race vehicle is black flagged, the race vehicle must report to the penalty box for penalty of the infraction. Continued participation in the race after the black flag will result in disqualification from the Event. Upon disqualification, the race vehicle crew chief will be notified of the disqualification. No prize money or points will be awarded to a disqualified race vehicle. Disqualification is not a penalty within the meaning of SECTION 12-1, and is not appeal able under that section. F. Crew members shall not go on the track for any reason while the race vehicles are racing or while they are running under the yellow flag. The only time drivers or race vehicles may receive service from the crew members is when they are at a complete stop in the hot pit or pit area. G. No crew member may enter the racetrack if their driver and/or race vehicle is involved in the cause of the caution flag. Only CORR Official Safety Personnel will attend to the race vehicles and drivers involved in the cause of the caution flag. CORR Officials, at their discretion, may request assistance from trained crew members for track assistance.

10-5

Red Flag (Race Stop) A. The red flag means that the race must stop immediately, regardless of position of the race vehicle on the track. The red flag shall be used if, in the opinion of the CORR Officials, the track is unsafe to continue the race. Repairs, refueling or service of any nature will not be permitted when the race is halted due to a red flag. The Official CORR Safety Corner Workers will display the red flags throughout the track. Failure to obey a red flag will result in disqualification. A disqualification is not a penalty within the meaning of SECTION 12, and is not appealable under that section. B. All work must stop on race vehicles, currently racing, in the hot pits or pitting area when the red flag is displayed, and work cannot resume until the red flag is withdrawn and the race restarted. C. Red and Yellow flags together designates a complete restart before One (1) lap has been completed. Damaged vehicles may go to the hot pit area for repairs and restart the race in their original starting position only if they are able to return before the restart of the race, timing is at the discretion of the Race Director.

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10-6

Black Flag (Report to Penalty Box Immediately) A. The black flag means go to the penalty box immediately and report to a CORR Official at the penalty box. The CORR Official Flagman will only show the black flag for penalty at the official finish line. Official CORR Corner Safety Worker will only show the black flag for driver safety reasons. If the race vehicle is given the black flag by an Official CORR Corner Safety Worker, driver should stop immediately by that corner worker, or the next corner worker as his safety is in danger. B. After a black flag is displayed to the driver for 3 consecutive laps and the driver fails to acknowledge and serve this penalty, scoring of this vehicle will be discontinued for the remainder of the race. C. A black flag does not mean disqualification. D. At the discretion of the CORR Official, if the driver does not obey the flag directive, scoring of his or her race vehicle will be discontinued. If a driver receives a black flag during the final two (2) laps and does not obey the flag directive, the Competition Director may drop the finish position of the vehicle or deduct championship points, or both. E. In lieu of a black flag, the CORR Official may use a blackboard in full view of the Competitor on which the number of the race vehicle being black-flagged will be shown. F. Rough Driving/Black Flag Rules: 1. Any driver receiving one rough driving black flag in a race will receive a minimum of a 5-second stop and go penalty, unless Competition Director determines prior to Event if an adjustment is needed. 2. Any driver receiving two rough driving black flags in a single race will receive a minimum of a 30second stop and go penalty, plus a minimum of 5 points deducted from the final points standing. 3. The CORR competition director will reserve the right to assess further penalties, probation, etc., depending on the nature of any rough driving black flag incident. Recurring incidents will receive severe penalties including, but not limited to, disqualification from that race. 4. A last lap black flag will have a minimum 2 point and/or position penalty imposed.

10-7

Orange Flag with black diagonal stripe (Warning Flag) A. The orange flag with a black diagonal stripe signifies you have received a warning for an on track competition infraction. This warning would be for such things as rough driving as well as other infractions. This is not a penalty but be aware the competition team is watching very closely.

10-8

White Flag (One (1) Lap To Go) A. When the white flag is displayed, it means the leader has started his or her last lap. The white flag will only be shown at the official finish line by a CORR Official Flagman; no white flag will be shown by any corner worker. When the CORR Official finish line flagman displays the yellow flag, race vehicles will be scored based on the position in which they crossed the caution area on the track. B. Race vehicles may not receive any assistance after the white flag has been displayed except race vehicles on a regular pit stop. Violation will result in a race vehicle not being scored on that lap.

10-9

Checkered Flag (End of Race) A. When a checkered flag is displayed, it means the race is completed. When the lead race vehicle has completed the required race distance or time, the race will be declared Official regardless of any flag being displayed. B. When the checkered flag is displayed to the leader, the balance of the field receives the checkered flag in the same lap. Finishing position will be paid according to most laps traveled in the allocated amount of time, whether the race vehicle is still running or not. C. All drivers receiving the checkered flag must bring his or her race vehicle to the designated finish area and remain there until released by the CORR Official. D. The race will be declared official when the last vehicle moving under its own power crosses the finish line.

10-10

Special Flags- Special flags may be used at the discretion of the CORR Officials; all special flags must be explained to all drivers before the start of the Event.

SECTION 11 - TIMING AND SCORING 11-1

Official Scoring - The CORR Official designated by CORR to be the Official Scorer for an Event is responsible for timing and scoring the Event. The decisions of the Official Scorer, with respect to timing and scoring, are final unless the Official Scorer elects to request a re-check by CORR or when the Official Scorer is asked by a driver and/or crew chief that have competed in the Event to submit a request for such re-check to CORR Headquarters. Scoring sheets are available at the Driver Registration trailer.

11-2

Scoring Re-check Procedures - A driver and/or crew chief asking the Official Scorer to submit a request for a re-check to CORR Headquarters must do so in person within twenty (20) minutes after the declaration of finishing positions has been made by CORR Officials. The finishing positions of an Event, including any individual races, time trials, or qualifying race, shall not be considered official if a re-check is requested as provided herein, in which case the results of the Event shall be considered official upon the announcement of the re-check decision by CORR Headquarters. If the Official Scorer elects to request a re-check of the timing or scoring of an Event, the Official Scorer shall promptly forward to CORR Headquarters the request and score sheets for the Event.

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Any scoring re-check request must be accompanied by a $100.00 deposit. If a scoring error is found the deposit will be refunded, if no error is found the deposit is forfeited.

SECTION 12 - VIOLATIONS AND DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS 12-1

General Procedure - If a CORR Official observes, or is made aware of, an act or omission by a CORR Member that constitutes a violation of the CORR Rules or that is detrimental to off road racing or CORR and if the CORR Official determines that the act or omission is sufficiently serious to warrant the imposition of a penalty, the Official shall report the violation in written detail to the CORR Competition Director as soon as practicable, and shall recommend an appropriate penalty. The CORR Competition Director shall consider the report and shall conduct whatever additional inquiry the Director deems appropriate under the circumstances, which may include an oral or written explanation from the Member. After conducting the inquiry, the Competition Director shall determine whether disciplinary action is appropriate, and if so, what disciplinary action should be taken. The Member shall be informed of the determination, and if disciplinary action is imposed, the Competition Director shall issue a Penalty. Notice to the Member specifying the violation, a brief statement of the circumstances of the violation, and the penalty imposed. If the member wishes to appeal the decision of the CORR Competition Director, the competitor shall make a written request for a hearing to CORR Headquarters within ten days of the issuance of the Penalty Notice. The request must be accompanied by a $200.00 hearing fee, and must be hand-delivered to CORR Headquarters, or postmarked for delivery to same, within the ten-day appeal period.

12-2

Emergency Action - If the act or omission of a Member is determined by a CORR Official to constitute a threat to the orderly conduct of the race, that Official may take temporary emergency action against the Member. Such emergency action may include ejection from the racing premises, suspension of membership and license, or any other action designed to remove the threat created by the Member. The consumption of alcoholic beverages, use of drugs before or during an Event, the use of illegal drugs at any time, fighting, inappropriate driving and failure to obey the black flag or any other directive of an Official, as examples of conduct warranting Emergency Action. The CORR Official shall report the Member’s conduct, and Emergency Action taken to the Competition Director as soon as practicable and thereafter the procedure set forth in subpart 12-1 shall apply. The emergency action shall remain in effect until the decision of the Competition Director is made, except that an ejection is final, non-appealable and non-reviewable.

12-3

Payment of Fines - Fines shall be paid to CORR Headquarters in Newport Beach, CA promptly after receipt of a Penalty Notice. Failure to pay promptly may result in suspension. All unpaid fines of a Member may be collected by CORR by deducting the amount from the purse or point fund earnings of the Member, or if the Member is not a driver, from the purse or point fund earnings of the driver with whom the Member was associated at the time of the conduct that gave rise to the penalty notice. Any fines left unpaid at the end of the race season shall be considered grounds for refusal to approve the License application, for the next year of the Competitor, against whom the unpaid fine has been assessed.

12-4

General Scope of Penalties - Penalties for violation of CORR Rules are determined by the severity of the violations and its effects on fairness of competition, the orderly conduct of the Event, and the interest of off road racing, CORR Promoters and CORR. Such penalties may include, but are not limited to, disqualification, probation, and suspension of membership or license privileges, fines and or loss of points. Probation may be for a specified time period for review of the member’s conduct to determine whether a more severe penalty is warranted. A suspension may be total or it may be limited to a suspension of membership or license privileges at a particular racetrack or tracks, or for a particular series of Events, or for a specified or indefinite period of time. The CORR Competition Director will use the following as guidelines for the imposition of penalties in the situations described below, but may assess a greater or lesser penalty depending upon the circumstances. A. Any Member who performs an act or participates in actions deemed by CORR Officials as detrimental to off road racing or to CORR: fine of at least $100.00 and the member may also be suspended and/or loss of championship points. B. Any Member who permits someone else to use his or her CORR license or competitor pit permit: a fine of at least $100.00 and suspension. Any Member who uses a license other than his or her own is subject to fine and suspension and the member may also be suspended and/or loss of championship points. C. Any Member who signs the CORR release sheet or competitor pit permit for any one else: a fine of at least $100.00 and suspension and/or loss of championship points. D. Any Member who assaults or threatens to do bodily harm to any CORR Official or persons serving under his or her direction: a minimum fine of $500.00, suspension and/or loss of championship points. E. Any Member who, while participating in a CORR sanctioned Event, partakes of any alcoholic beverage, mind altering drug, or is in any way under the influence of alcohol or drugs: disqualification, a minimum fine of $1000.00, loss of championship points and suspension. F. Any Member, who participates in fights in the pits, track or on the race premises: a minimum fine of $250.00, and may also be suspended and/or loss of championship points. G. Any Member who is involved in an assault with a weapon in the pits, track or on the race premises: a minimum fine of $1500.00, suspension and loss of championship points. H. Any Member, licensed as a driver or race vehicle owner, who violates Section 7-2 (failure to meet obligations of an accepted entry) may be subject to any one (1) or more of the following for each violation: (a) minimum fine of $200.00, (b) loss of championship points for the year in which the failure to compete occurs, and/or suspension. I. Any drivers, race vehicle owners or crew members who permits a race vehicle to be driven in any CORR sanctioned Event by an un-licensed person, or who fails to notify CORR Officials of any changes of driver during, before, or after a race may be fined, suspended and lose championship points.

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Any driver who is not present to answer roll call for meetings may be fined a minimum of $100.00 and/or relinquish their starting position and start at the rear of the field. Inspections A. In an Event where the CORR Rulebook, special rules or CORR Officials mandate inspection after the Event of a race vehicle that has competed in the Event is taken from the racing premises without permission of a CORR Official: disqualification unless the Competitor proves beyond any reasonable doubt that the violations were caused by circumstances which the competitor could not control. B. Any Member who fails to tear down a race vehicle for inspection when requested to do so by the CORR Official: a fine of at least $500.00 and/or disqualification, loss of championship points and/or suspension from CORR. Race Procedure A. Any driver who does not obey the flag rules: a fine and/or lap or time penalty. B. Any driver who intentionally causes or attempts to cause a caution (yellow flag) condition by stopping or blocking the track in any manner or fashion: a fine of $200.00 and/or lap or time penalty. C. Pushing a race vehicle past the flagman at the end of pit road/lane when the race is underway: a fine of $100.00 and/or lap or time penalty. Race Vehicle Bodies, Parts and Equipment A. Any determination by CORR Officials that race vehicle bodies, parts and/or equipment used in the Event does not conform to the CORR Rule Book, are not required for the normal functional operation of the race vehicle or safety items which have been altered to detract from or compromise their integrity of effectiveness: a minimum fine of $200.00, loss of starting position in the Event, loss of finishing position, and/or suspension from CORR and/or loss of points.. B. Any member failing to surrender to CORR any bodies, parts and/or equipment found during an inspection that does not meet applicable CORR Rules: a minimum fine of $200.00, and/or loss of finishing position in the Event, and/or suspension from CORR. C. Any concealed pressure type containers, feed lines or actuating mechanism when found in the race vehicle or on the person of a Competitor, even if inoperable: a fine of not less than $1000.00 and/or disqualification, and/or loss of championship points, and/or suspension from CORR. D. Any violation of fuel cell or fuel cell container specifications: a fine and/or loss of championship points, loss of finishing position, and/or suspension from CORR. E. Removing weight from the race vehicle, after inspection and weigh in, and improper attachment of weight may result in a fine, and/or loss of championship points, loss of finishing position, and/or suspension from CORR. F. Any competitor found using, in his or her race vehicle, automated electronic recording devices, traction control devices, on board computers, and the like, that have not been approved by CORR prior to the Event: a fine of $2000.00, and/or loss of finishing position, loss of championship points, and/or definite or indefinite suspension from CORR.

SECTION 13- PROTESTS 13-1

General Procedure - If a CORR Member who is a Competitor believes that another Competitor has or will obtain a significant unfair competitive advantage by some action that the member believes is in violation of the CORR Rules, the member may protest such action to a CORR Official. The protest must be made in writing by the Competitor or his or her crew chief, or race vehicle owner if the Competitor is a driver and is on the race track, within 20 minutes after the checkered flag is displayed signifying the completion of the race. A $300.00 protest fee shall accompany each separate protest. With all protests, the burden of proof lies with the protesting driver.

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Protest and Appeal Process Any driver with an active CORR license may file a protest concerning the following incidents: A. Issuance of a black flag against said driver. B. Rough driving incidents against said driver (either as perpetrator or recipient). C. Scoring or CORR official directed placement in field following a yellow flag. Given the following conditions: A. Only drivers with active CORR licenses may file protests. B. Official CORR video footage (including in-car and other available video footage) will be utilized for review. Process 1. The protest must be presented in writing to the Director of Competition or Technical Director within 20 minutes following the conclusion of the race in which the incident occurred. 2. CORR officials will review relevant race footage in light of the protest to determine if the allegation has merit. 3. As appropriate, the Director of Competition, Technical Director and/or CORR Officials will evaluate the footage and render a decision and explanation to the protesting driver regarding the protest. 4. If the protesting driver chooses to appeal CORR’s decision, the driver must provide a $300.00 deposit to the Director of Competition. 5. The Director of Competition will provide the protesting driver with the general points impact of the appeal, if denied. 6. Upon confirmation of the protesting driver to proceed with the appeal, the Director of Competition will convene the Competition Review Board immediately following the final race of the day. Competition Review Board (CRB) Procedures 1. Four (4) Pro drivers, from each class will be selected each race weekend to serve on the CRB. 2. All drivers selected to sit on the CRB will be notified at the beginning of the race weekend.

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3.

All CRB members (Pro Lite, Pro 2, Pro 4, and Pro Buggy) are to meet at Tech immediately following the final race of the day. 4. The Director of Competition will then select three (3) drivers from the appropriate CRB to hear the appeal. CRB Hearing Procedures 1. The three member Competition Review Board will: a. Accept testimony from the appellant. b. Review relevant footage, (which may or may not be the same as previously reviewed by CORR officials) c. Seek additional information from the CORR officials, as necessary and/or appropriate 2. All hearing proceedings will be completely transparent. As such, all testimony, including questions of CORR officials will be conducted with all parties present. 3. Following presentation of the appeal and all relevant evidence, the CRB only, will deliberate in private. 4. For the appeal to prevail, the CRB must unanimously determine that clear and convincing evidence was presented at the hearing to support the appeal. If the CRB cannot reach a unanimous decision, the appeal fails. 5. The Director of Competition will provide the protesting driver with the verdict on his appeal; however, each individual Review Board member’s votes will remain anonymous. CRB members will neither discuss nor disclose their deliberations or individual decisions. 6. CRB hearings will not be continued. A decision will be rendered at the time of the hearing. 7. All CRB decisions are final. Resolution 1. If the appeal is granted, the $300.00 deposit will be returned to the protesting driver, and a suitable remedy issued. 2. If the appeal is denied, CORR will retain the $300.00 deposit and issue a point penalty as determined by the Director of Competition. All appeal penalties are incremental to any other penalty assessment that may have been previously rendered relative to the appealed incident.

SECTION 14- PRIZE MONEY 14-1

Establishment and Distribution of Prize Money A. All Events shall be contested for a guaranteed finishing position purse as set forth in the entry blank or the pay off schedule, whichever is applicable. B. CORR Members agree to abide by decisions of CORR in establishing the amount of prize money for each Event. C. Prize money in all race competitions shall be payable to the designated entity. CORR Headquarters shall distribute prize money for Pro and Sportsman Series competitors. D. CORR Competitors are entitled to see entry blank, programs of Events and prize money distribution before any race or contest. E. CORR Members who compete in any race or contest are entitled to inspect the completed copy of the official pay off for the race in which he competed. F. In the Event of a protest, filed in accordance with SECTION 13 of this rulebook, prize money shall be forwarded to CORR Headquarters accompanied by written statements from those involved. After a decision on the protest, a copy of the decision may be mailed to the parties involved in the protest and once the time for filing an appeal thereon has expired, the prize monies will be forwarded to the proper recipients in accordance with the decision in the absence of an appeal.

SECTION 15- UTV EVENT PAYBACK 15-1

Establishment of Event Payback - Unless otherwise authorized by CORR, the cash race purse will be established by CORR. The Pro UTV purse will be paid directly from CORR Headquarters to the designated entity of the race vehicle, unless otherwise noted on file at CORR Headquarters, within ten (10) business days after the conclusion of the Event. The purse for all UTV Events will be published prior to the first Event and a copy will be available to all competitors.

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Driver of Record - The driver who starts the race vehicle will be considered the driver of record for that race. Unless otherwise notified in writing by the vehicle owner, all checks will be paid to the driver of record.

SECTION 16- POINTS AND POINTS FUND 16-1

Establishment and Eligibility for Points and Points Fund A. The points fund will be established by CORR for each racing division. The CORR Championship point season will begin with the first sanctioned CORR Championship Event and conclude with the last CORR sanctioned Championship Event, unless otherwise authorized by CORR. B. The driver will be credited only with the points earned in the race vehicle in which he/she started the race, and the starting driver will be credited with all points earned by that race vehicle in that particular race (points follow the driver). Points will be awarded for official finishing positions only. To be eligible to receive points, the driver and race vehicle must take the green flag and start the race. A driver cannot receive points for more than one race vehicle in the race.

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C.

E. F.

G.

H. I. J.

All drivers must officially register with CORR Administration during posted registration hour(s) at each Event. Team drivers must officially declare to CORR Administration, during posted registration hour(s), which driver(s) will be racing the vehicle at the Event. All entrants, who pass inspection but fail to take the green flag, will not be awarded championship or Event points. To participate in year-end points fund awards, the entrant must compete in all but one (1) Event weekend. An Event weekend is defined as two (2) consecutive rounds of racing held at the same facility. The driver will receive credit for participation if his or her vehicle is damaged in the first round of the Event weekend and is unable to compete in the second round of the Event weekend. In case of a tie for first place in year-end points, the tie will be broken by using the greatest number of first place finishes. If a tie still exists, seconds, thirds, etc. will be considered until the tie is broken. If a tie still exists, the driver establishing the first victory of the season will prevail. Any ties for second and lower, there is no tiebreaker and those drivers affected will share equally the combined total of the tied positions. Point fund money will be awarded at the annual CORR Championship Awards Banquet with the date and location to be announced at the conclusion of the racing season. Eligibility to participate in the points fund may be forfeited by any member violating CORR rules and regulations prior to the presentation of the awards at the Awards Banquet. Even though an unofficial points championship may be declared before the last race of the season the points championship is not official until after the last race. Points or other penalties could affect the final outcome.

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Administration of Points and Points Fund A. CORR reserves the right to establish, maintains, compile, publish, and otherwise operate and award points, points funds, and trophies through the rules and regulations of CORR. B. All CORR license holders agree to abide by decisions of CORR Officials in establishing and administering the point’s fund.

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Driver Points CORR UTV and Kart Points: TBA

ALL CORR COMPETITION RULES *** All CORR Competition Rules are changeable by Division Rules, if so stated in designated Division Rule***

ACCR-1 Fuel Specifications A. Fuel shall be automotive gasoline only. B. Gasoline shall not be blended with alcohols, ethers, or other oxygenates, and it shall not be blended with aniline or its derivatives, nitrous compounds or their nitrogen containing compounds. C. Cooling of any type is not permitted during competition. D. In the Event an “Official Fuel” is named, CORR will sample the actual fuel provided at the track by the fuel supplier and that sample will become the benchmark from which all competitors samples will be judged. E. CORR has the right to sample a competitor’s fuel at anytime the vehicle is entered in a CORR Event. All samples will be impounded for observation and/or testing by CORR or outside laboratories at CORR discretion. F. No nitrous oxide. G. If CORR Technical suspects maskers in fuel, chemical testing will be conducted at possible expense to the competitor. H. Penalties for use of hazardous chemicals will be severe including fine and/or points and/or suspension. ACCR- 2 Radios A. Radios must be of two-way voice communication type only. Each race team is responsible for meeting FCC requirements and regulations. B. Radio communication between team drivers is not permitted. C. All radio frequencies must be approved and reported to CORR prior to their use. D. No scanning type radios that can transmit voice or other communicative noise will be allowed. Such devices when detected will be confiscated by CORR. E. All race vehicle radio communication systems must be approved by CORR. ACCR- 3 Remote Score Timing A. Remote score timing devices will not be permitted by truck teams, owners or any entity or individual associated with the race truck, unless approved by CORR. B. Remote Score timing device use will be permitted if installed by CORR, for CORR Official timing use only. CORR Official scoring remote timing device must be installed by team crew chief and approved by CORR. C. All CORR race teams in competition must purchase remote timing transponders. Transponders can only be purchased through CORR and must have frequency recorded with CORR. ACCR- 4 Marking and Identification A. All vehicle numbering is subject to approval of and assigned by CORR B. All vehicle numbers must be solid black on a white background and must allow prompt identification by CORR Officials at all times. There must be a one (1) inch space between all numbers.

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C. D. E.

F. G.

H. I. J. K.

All numbers must be mounted in such a way to stay clean and unobstructed. Numbers must be block style ONLY. Foil or reflective numbers are not permitted. CORR Officials may require a competitor to use a different number to avoid confusion or duplication at an event. In the event that a vehicle number is not visible from timing and scoring, the competitor will not be scored. It is the competitor’s responsibility to make sure his/her vehicle number is visible during all race conditions. Advertising on race vehicles must be in good taste. Contracted decals, advertising or other identification may not be placed on the rear quarter of the box. Stated area is reserved for advertising or identification of contingency program, series, or other such special awards decals, advertising or identification. Any and all decals placed in the stated area by CORR will result in financial gain for series drivers. Competitor will have option of use of special award or contingency decals. Non-participation will disqualify competitor from sharing awards or prizes from special award or contingency sponsor. All CORR Race Vehicles are required to have red and white CORR contingency stickers on each side of the front of the door area, four (4) inches down from the window opening. CORR may require the use of specific sponsor decals. Team vehicles with the same paint and colors must have distinguishing markings of some kind.

CORR- UTV and KART SAFETY RULES The aforementioned rules will apply the UTV and Kart divisions. All rules are intended to meet the safety requirements to afford the Championship Off Road Racing divisions a safe and competitive Event. Any modification or addition to these Division Rules is prohibited, unless changed by the proper method of notification by the series Technical Director, in accordance with such notification rules as set forth in this rulebook. Use of optional equipment is not permitted unless the competitor has prior written approval of the series Technical Director. Any deviation from the UTV/ Kart Division Rules will result in disqualification from the Event or the series. Right of appeal to such actions is outlined in the CORR rulebook.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT SE-1

Equipment A. No passenger is allowed on the race vehicle at any time the vehicle is in motion. B. The event promoter will have safety and emergency equipment on the premises prior to the start of any event. C. No race vehicle will be permitted on the track until the track has been opened for official practice. D. No driver will compete in any event with his/her head or arm extended outside of the closed body race vehicle. E. Additions to race vehicle bodies, such as fins, scoops, wings or other extruding additions will not be permitted in competition.

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Co-driver A. Co-drivers are permitted in any class. The co-driver must be registered at the beginning of the season.

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Driver Medical Attention A. If competitor requires medical attention, by track or other medical teams, medical technician must release competitor before returning to competition. Failure to comply with advice of the medical technician will result in disqualification from competition for the balance of the event. CORR Competition Director will administer procedure. B. If a driver loses consciousness at anytime during an event, the driver cannot compete for at least seven (7) days and must be cleared by a doctor. Quality of Workmanship A. Race vehicle workmanship must meet with CORR Technical Director’s approval.

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Fueling of Race Vehicle A. No fuel will be added to race vehicles in staging or on the starting line prior to a race or practice.

UTV COMPETITION RULES *** All CORR Competition Rules are changeable by Division Rules, if so stated in designated Division Rule***

UTV-1 Helmets A. B. C.

D. E.

It is required that helmets meet the specifications set forth in Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard Regulations or meet the specifications set forth by the American National Standards Institute, Inc. Helmets must be of the type approved by the Snell Memorial Foundation (2000 or newer), with a Snell approval sticker attached. Straps must have D-ring fasteners only. No snaps or Velcro will be permitted. The interior and exterior areas of the helmet must be free of defects (i.e., the padding must be in good condition and the exterior of the helmet must not be damaged). CORR strongly recommends that entrants use helmets specifically designed for racing. Helmet must be full faced and M-rated. Driver windshield rock guard is highly recommended.

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UTV-2 Fire Suits A. One-piece fire-suits are required. The suits must cover from the neck to the ankles and to the wrists. All suits must be made from fire-resistant material with the manufacturer’s fire resistant rating label attached. Fire-suits must be in good condition with no rips or worn areas. B. Fire resistant gloves are required. C. The designated CORR patch must be sewn to the suit on the upper front right breast area, no more than six (6) inches from the top of driver’s shoulder. No other racing sanctioning body decals or patches are to be worn on the suit. D. CORR highly recommends that each fire suit be labeled on the upper right chest with the entrant’s full name, blood type, allergies or other important medical information E.. It is recommended by SFI that fire suits not be screen printed as this compromises the fire retardant on the fire suit. It is recommended that all logos and artwork be embroidered onto the suit. UTV-3 Eye Protection A. Shatter resistant eye protection is required for all entrants competing in a CORR event. UTV-4 Head and Neck Restraints A. Head and neck restraints are mandatory for all classes. D-Cell, R3 and Hybrid are the only devices currently approved. Any other device must have CORR approval before being used. UTV-5 Fire Extinguisher A. Each vehicle must carry a portable UL approved 2.5+ lb. ABC-class dry chemical type or equivalent Halon fire extinguisher. Fire extinguisher must have a gauge, be fully charged, and be easily accessible from inside of the vehicle. An additional 2.5-lb. ABC-class, dry chemical fire extinguisher must be mounted on the exterior of the vehicle unless the interior fire extinguisher can easily be reached from the outside. The mounting must be in such a manner as to prevent damage to fire extinguisher during rollover and must be marked in such a manner as to allow persons not familiar with vehicle to easily find fire extinguisher. Portable and on-board fire extinguishers must have a current (less than one year old) fire marshal’s seal and attached label. B. On-board HALON system fire extinguishers are highly recommended in addition to the portable fire extinguisher. UTV- 6 Series Identification A. UTV Numbers will be 600-699. UTV-7 Numbering A. Minimum number plate size is ten (10) inches high by fourteen (14) inches long. B.

Numbers must be located in the following positions: 1. Back of the vehicle facing to the rear – 4 inch minimum height 2. One number on each side of vehicle either on door panels or on number plate mounted high and close to the back of the roof – 8 inch minimum height and 1 ½ inch minimum width 3. Driver’s side visor – 4 inch minimum height 4. Roof – 8 inch minimum height and 1 ½ inch minimum width

UTV-8 Wheels and Tires A. Maximum tire size is 30 inches outside diameter. No multiple tires per corner permitted. Tires will be visually checked for condition and must be considered reasonably safe by CORR prior to competing. UTV-9 Fasteners A. It is recommended that all component parts on the vehicle’s suspension system, chassis, and running gear be secured with S.A.E. Grade 8 or better nuts and bolts. Bolts must be secured with either lock nuts, lock washers, cotter pins, or safety wire and have at least one full thread showing through the nut. UTV-10 Steering A. All steering components must be in good condition and in proper working order. Drag link and tie rod ends must be secured with a cotter pin in each one. Power steering is permitted. CORR must consider steering reasonably safe before vehicle is permitted to compete. UTV-11 Brakes A.

UTV-12 Shocks A.

Brakes must be in a safe working condition and be able to apply adequate force to lock up all four tires. Turning or cutting brakes will NOT be permitted. Brakes must be in a safe operating condition during the entire event. If brake system problems do occur during the event they must be repaired before continuing in competition.

There must be at least one and only one shock absorber per wheel in working condition at the start of the race. Shock absorber mounting points may be moved.

UTV-13 Bump Stops A. Suspension bump stops must be of the solid type.

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UTV-14 Torsion System A. Currently, the only torsion system that is acceptable is a coil-over shock. UTV-15 Suspension A. All a-arm mounting points must remain in the stock location and position as delivered from the manufacturer; however they may be reinforced for strength. UTV-16 Wheel Spacers A. Wheel spacers will be permitted. UTV-17 Fuel A.

B. C.

Any of the following commercially available fuels may be used: 1. Service station pump gasoline (the type normally used in passenger vehicles for highway use) 2. Racing gasoline as manufactured and available to the public 3. Commercial aviation gas 4. Diesel fuel Commercially produced nationally advertised fuel additives may be used. No alcohol, Nitrous Oxide (NOS), or nitro-methane is permitted.

UTV-18 Fuel Cells and Tanks A. Safety fuel cells should be utilized for all vehicles. Stock fuel tanks should be removed completely. All fuel tanks must be securely mounted. B. Fuel tank must be filled from and vented to the outside of the vehicle. There must be a substantial cross member and firewall between the fuel tank and the occupants. C. Safety fuel cells shall consist of a bladder enclosed in a smooth skinned container. The container shall be constructed of 20ga. steel, 0.060-inch aluminum or 0.125-inch Marlex. Rotary molded polymer cells are acceptable. Magnesium is strictly prohibited. D. Container must be securely attached to vehicles with bolts or steel straps. All fittings must be built into the skin and bonded to the skin as an integral part of the tank or mechanically sealed by a ring and counter ring system by either flat joint or an “O” ring. E. Internal baffling is mandatory in all fuel cells. Bladder construction shall be of nylon or Dacron woven fabric impregnated and coated with a fuel resistant elastomer. F. The physical properties minimum standards are in accordance with the following table: Test Type - Minimum Standard Test Specification Tensile Strength - 450 lbs. Spec CCC-T-1916 Method 5102 Tear Strength - 50 lbs. Spec CC-T-1916 Method 5134 Puncture Test - 175 lbs. Spec MIL-T-6396 Article 4.5.17 G. These physical properties must be maintained throughout all areas of the finished bladder including seams, joints and fittings. H. Auxiliary fuel tanks besides the one required safety fuel cell are not allowed. UTV-19 Fuel Fillers, Vents, and Caps A. Fuel filler lines and positive-locking non-vented fuel filler caps must be located and secured in such a manner as to prevent being knocked off or opened during movement, rollover or accidental impact. B. Design and installation must be in such a manner as to prevent fuel escaping from pickups, lines, fillers and breather vents if vehicle is partially or totally inverted. Fuel breather lines must have a rollover check valve incorporated into the fuel cell. The vent line must extend to the highest point of the roll-cage nearest the fuel cell, across the width of the vehicle, and down to below the belly pan of the vehicle or 3 inches below the fuel cell, whichever is lower. C. OPTIONAL PLACEMENT: The vent line may be wrapped one full loop around the outside of the fuel cell near the top of the fuel cell and then down below the vehicle 3 inches below the lowest point of the fuel cell. Where the vent line attaches to the fuel cell there must be a loop above the fuel cell that extends 4 inches higher than the top of the fuel cell. D. The breather line must be vented outside of driver’s compartment and be directed away from the engine and exhaust system. E. All fuel fillers attached to the frame or body panel must use a flexible coupling to the tank. All fuel fillers must be surrounded by a boot or splashguard (body panel is acceptable as a splashguard if sealed). Boot or splashguard must direct fuel spillage to outside of vehicle and away from driver’s compartment, engine and exhaust. F. A fuel filler rollover-check-valve must be incorporated into all fuel cells. G. Monza/flip-type caps are strictly forbidden. H. It is highly recommended that all detachable fuel filler caps have a flexible strap or chain attached between it and the frame of the vehicle.

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UTV-20 Safety Harnesses A. All vehicles must have a heavy-duty type five-point fast release latch seat belt, anti-submarine strap, and shoulder straps with metal-to-metal buckles and connectors for each occupant. The five-point harness system shall consist of one 2-inch wide anti-submarine strap, one 3-inch wide seat belt and two 3-inch wide shoulder straps. B. Harness material shall be made of nylon or Dacron polyester. Harness must be in new or perfect condition. All harnesses must show the manufacturer’s name and the date of manufacture, and must not be used beyond two years from this date. No portion of the harness may be altered in any fashion from the manufacturer’s standard design. C. All mounting parts of belts must be mounted to chassis. Shoulder straps must be mounted behind the occupant’s seats and be located a minimum of 4 inches below the top of the occupant’s shoulders. Seat belt should be mounted a minimum of 2.5 inches forward of the intersection of the back of the seat and the sitting portion of the seat. All adjustment buckles must be a minimum distance of 1.5 inches from the seat to prevent loosening or chafing. Mounting hardware must be a minimum of 0.312-inch hardened steel bolts. D. When bolting through the body or frame, flat washers, lock nuts, and cotter keys must be used. All harness hardware must be safety tied. If wrap around type harnesses are used, care must be taken to prevent them from slipping and chafing on sharp frame components. E. No push button type harnesses permitted. F. No “Y” type shoulder belts permitted. G. Harness material must not be cut, frayed, stained, dirty, or rigid at start of race. H. No surplus safety harnesses are permitted. UTV-21 Safety Nets A. CORR approved safety nets are mandatory on all vehicles and must cover the complete open area of the cockpit on both sides of the vehicle. B. Nets must be installed on the inside of the roll cage to prevent them from being damaged or coming off in the event of a roll over or slide on the side. Nets must be installed so that the occupants can release the netting unassisted and exit the vehicle regardless of the position of the vehicle. C. The window net latch must be located at the front top of the window opening. Net installation must meet with the approval of CORR. D. The net border or edge and the net attachment must be made of materials that are as strong as or stronger than the net itself. Net attachments must be every 6 inches. Acceptable attachments may include but are not limited to the following: hose clamps, snaps, heavy-duty nylon ties, metal hooks and steel rods. Steel rods are acceptable methods of bottom fastening. E. CORR requires that occupants of all vehicles must be protected during a roll over in such a manner that prevents them from extending the body outside the frame of the vehicle. UTV-22 Seating A. B. C.

D.

All vehicles must use seats designed specifically for racing applications manufactured by a recognized racing seat manufacturer. Passenger seat must be same as driver seat or stock seat can be used. All seats must be securely mounted to frame of vehicle and be properly reinforced in such a manner as to keep seat from moving in relationship to the frame. Adjustable track type seats must be securely mounted as to allow no lateral or vertical movement. Headrests designed and installed to prevent whiplash are mandatory on all vehicles. There must be a headrest constructed of at least 2-inch thick resilient padding and be approximately 36 square inches in area.

UTV-23 Ignition A. Each vehicle must have a positive action on/off switch in good working order. The switch must be highlighted in red. The switch must be labeled “ignition” and be located within easy reach of the driver and from the outside of vehicle. B. All electric fuel pumps with independent switches must be labeled “fuel” and be within easy reach of driver and from outside of vehicle. UTV-24 Batteries A. Batteries must be securely mounted with metal-to-metal tie downs. All flooded cell batteries must be fully enclosed including the sides and bottom. Enclosure must be able to contain the quantity of acid contained in the battery if inverted. The stock battery cover will be safety approved if bolted down, to prevent it from falling off. This only applies to the Rhino stock battery box. B. Batteries may not be located in the driver’s compartment. Batteries will be considered as being in the driver’s compartment if there is no firewall between the battery and the driver. C. Gel cell batteries are highly recommended. UTV-25 Starter A.

All vehicles must be self-starting by use of an onboard electric starter.

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UTV-26 Measurements A. The maximum width of the UTV, measured from outside of tire to outside of tire is 72" measured at ride height at post race tech. B. The maximum overall wheelbase from spindle to spindle can be increased to 8 inches over stock dimensions. C. The minimum vehicle weight is 1400 pounds. This includes the driver’s weight, and will be measured at post-race tech. UTV-27 Engine Replacement A. Engines may be replaced during an event with prior CORR authorization. B. An engine change may result in a starting position change. UTV-28 Engine Locations & Displacement A. All UTV vehicles must use stock engine cases and cylinder heads. B. Engine location may be checked by CORR. CORR reserves the right to mark engine blocks prior to an event. C. All vehicles must use the same fuel delivery system as designed by factory. Electric fuel pumps are permitted in accordance with CORR safety requirements for fuel pumps. D. Engine displacement not to exceed 800cc’s and may be checked by CORR Officials. UTV-29 Exhaust A. Exhaust systems must be routed in such a manner that is a safe distance away from all fuel system entities. B. Exhaust should be a minimum of 6 inches away from fuel lines and 18 inches away from fuel filler. UTV-30 Transmission A. Every vehicle must use the stock transmission and clutch design. B. Every vehicle must have a functional reverse gear. The stock rear differential must also be used. UTV-31 Fluid Coolers A. Oil coolers, transmission coolers and radiators located ahead of the driver or in the passenger compartment must have a shroud that will prevent liquids from blowing back or leaking onto the driver in the event of a rupture or leakage. B. All hoses running through the passenger compartment must be shielded. Steel braided hoses do not constitute a shield. UTV-32 Auxiliary Equipment A. All vehicles must start race with a functional generator or alternator, fan, water pump (water-cooled vehicles), and a complete functional electrical system. UTV-33 Superchargers & Turbochargers A. Superchargers or turbochargers will not be permitted. UTV-34 Chassis & Body A. All UTV vehicles must utilize the stock chassis and maintain stock appearance. The chassis may be modified for durability and strength but must retain the stock width, length, and configuration. B. The stock UTV cage may not be used because no bolts on connections to chassis are allowed. All joints must be welded and attached to frame securely. UTV-35 Doors A.

B.

Must have 'X', 'A' or Ladder design bracing in door area (designed to provide maximum protection to the driver). 'X' or 'A' designs must use a minimum 1.5" outside diameter, .090" wall thickness 4130 chromoly or 1018/1012 CDS/DOM. Ladder design must use a 1.5” diameter, .090” wall thickness for main rails and 1.25” diameter x .090” wall thickness for rungs. Doors area must be covered with sheet metal or a minimum of .063 thick aluminum.

UTV-36 Roll Cages A. An after market roll cage is required. B. Roll-cages must be designed and constructed with one front vertical hoop, one rear vertical hoop, two interconnecting top bars, two rear down braces, one diagonal brace, and all necessary gussets. The two top interconnecting bars must be placed as far to the outside of the top part of the front and rear hoops as possible. C. Rear down braces and diagonal brace must angle a minimum of 30 degrees from vertical. At the bottom of the diagonal brace there must be a cross member of the same tubing material and dimensions as the hoops. D. Optional: Top cage may use two vertical hoops on either side, two interconnecting top bars across the front and rear, and diagonal bracing. E. All roll-cage components (hoops, braces, gussets, etc.) must have a minimum of 3-inch clearance from the component to the vehicle occupant’s helmet when occupant is seated in the normal riding position. All portions of the roll bar or bracing that might come into contact with the vehicle occupant’s helmet must be padded. F. Roll-cages must be securely mounted to the frame or body. All intersecting points must be gusseted and braced. Rollcage terminal ends must be attached to a frame or body member that will support maximum impact and not shear or allow more than 1.5 inches of movement in the cage terminal end.

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G.

H.

I. J. K. L. M. N.

Gussets constructed of 0.125-inch x 3-inch x 3-inch flat-plate or split, formed and welded corner tubing, or tubinggussets made of the same material and thickness as the roll-cage may be used. Gussets must be installed at all major intersections, including diagonal and rear down braces, where single weld fractures can affect occupant’s safety. Table 2. Minimum Tubing Dimension Vehicle Weight Open Cockpit Closed Cockpit Under 2000 lbs. 1.5" x 0.90" 1.5" x .090" 2000 to 2999 lbs. 1.75" x .120" 1.5" x .120" 3000 to 3999 lbs. 2" x .120" 1.75" x .120" 4000 pounds and over 2.25" x .120" 2” x .120" See manufacturer’s reference charts for alloy steel tubing equivalent strengths. No aluminum or other nonferrous materials are permitted. Roll cage construction material may be crew, dom, whr, wcr mild carbon steel or 4130 chromoly. CORR HIGHLY RECOMMENDS THE USE OF 4130 CHROMOLY or 1018/1012/ASTM/DOM. All welds must be of high quality and craftsmanship with good penetration and with no undercutting of parent material. Stress relieve all welded intersections by flame annealing. Oxy-acetylene brazing on roll-cage is strictly forbidden The roof must be covered with sheet metal or .063” minimum aluminum and roll cage roof bars must have diagonal bracing.

UTV-37 Driver Compartment A. The vehicle occupant must be able to enter and exit, unassisted and with great ease, the driving compartment with the vehicle in any position. B. Firewalls and/or bulkheads must separate the driving compartment from any fuels, engine fluids, and acids. UTV-38 Bumpers A. Must have rear bumper secured to frame using minimum 1.5" outside diameter, .090" wall thickness chromoly. Ends must be capped and rounded to prevent any sharp edges. B. Bumpers and nerf bars must be designed in a way as to reasonably inhibit two vehicles from becoming locked together. A safe front and rear bumper is required on all vehicles. C. No hazardous front or rear bumpers, nerf bars, frame heads or other protruding objects from vehicles are permitted. UTV-39 Mirrors A. A rear view mirror is recommended on all vehicles. Mirrors should have at least 6 square inches of mirror surface. Mirror should have a reasonably unobstructed view of area behind vehicle. UTV-40 Skid Plates A. Skid plates designed to reasonably protect the front suspension, steering and brake components are recommended on all vehicles. Skid plate must be made of metal and be securely attached. UTV-41 Floor Boards B. Stock UTV floorboards are acceptable, however, added protection made of metal or aluminum is highly recommended. UTV-42 Storage A.

All spare parts and extra equipment carried on a vehicle must be securely fastened to prevent movement during competition. All spare parts and extra equipment must be carried in such a manner as to reduce the risk of injury to the occupants.

UTV-43 Fenders A. Fenders must be securely attached to vehicle. The removal of fenders during competition for any reason other than damage incurred during the competition will result in disqualification. UTV-44 Hoses A.

All fuel and brake line hoses including metal lines and fittings must be clamped and/or safety wired.

UTV-45 Transponders A. It is required that every UTV use a transponder (available at registration). *All rules are tentative and may be changed, altered, or updated as the CORR season progresses, in accordance with the UTV class.

KART GENERAL COMPETITION RULES *** All CORR Competition Rules are changeable by Division Rules, if so stated in designated Division Rule***

General Vehicle Safety CORR believes that it is each competitor’s responsibility to present a safe vehicle for each event. You must maintain your safety equipment including the roll cage integrity. All new race vehicles must be of same basic design as current vehicles and must be approved by

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CORR prior to competition. CORR reserves the right to not allow any design that, in view of the tech official, is not fit for competition. You, as the competitor, are ultimately responsible for your own vehicle’s safety features with respect to the design, quality of execution, maintenance and repair of the roll cage structure. Rough Driving Deliberate contact, bumping, nerfing, blocking, pushing, etc. will be grounds for disqualification. The decision of the race director is not protestable. K-1 Series Identification A. Kart numbers are designated by class. Junior 1- ages 8-12 – numbers 200-299 Junior 2- ages 13-15 – numbers 400-499 Modified karts- ages 8-15 – numbers 500-599. K-2 Numbering A. All competitors must run a number plate on each side measuring at least 7 inches high and 10 inches wide. Numbers must be black on a white background and at least 6 inches high and 1 inch wide. B. Additional numbers must be located in the following positions: 1. Roof- 12 inch minimum height 2. Driver’s side visor – 4 inch minimum height K-3 Radios A. B. C.

Radios are required. One spotter for each team equipped with a working hand held radio and headset will be required to check in at designated CORR spotter area before start of race. Any spotter or driver’s aid found to be encouraging unsportsmanlike conduct will result in immediate disqualification for his/her kart.

K-4 Pit Regulations A. No competitor may operate a kart in the pit area. All karts must be towed into and from the pit and staging areas. Only a registered competitor wearing all required safety gear may be in the kart while being towed. B. Long pants and closed toe shoes must be worn in the CORR staging, CORR tech, CORR hot pit, or CORR track areas. C. Pit support vehicles must be registered with CORR and clearly marked with team number. D. CHILDREN UNDER 16 WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN THE HOT PIT AREA. THIS EXCLUDES DRIVERS REGISTERED IN THE KART SERIES. K-5 Fueling/Fuel A. Spec fuel will be required and will be purchased at the track. B. Fuel may be tested at any time. K-6 Helmets A. B.

C. D. K-7 Fire Suits A.

B. C. D. E.

Helmets must be of the type approved by the Snell Memorial Foundation (2005 or newer), with a Snell approval sticker attached. Straps must have D-ring fasteners only. No snaps or Velcro will be permitted. The interior and exterior areas of the helmet must be free of defects (i.e., the padding must be in good condition and the exterior of the helmet must not be damaged). CORR strongly recommends that entrants use helmets specifically designed for racing. Motocross helmets are allowed with proper eye protection. No open face helmets allowed. Drivers may wear a fire resistant helmet skirt that meets SFI ratings. One-piece fire-suits are required. The suits must cover from the neck to the ankles and to the wrists. All suits must be made from fire-resistant material with the manufacturer’s fire resistant rating label attached and meet SFI Spec 3-2A/1 or better. Fire-suits must be in good condition with no rips or worn areas. Driving gloves are required and must be made out of leather or meet SFI approved 3.3/1 Spec or better. Shoes must be a leather high cut lace up boot with heel support and a full sole. CORR highly recommends that each fire suit be labeled on the upper right chest with the entrant’s full name, blood type, allergies or other important medical information. The designated CORR patch must be sewn to the suit on the upper front right breast area, no more than six (6) inches from the top of driver’s shoulder. No other racing sanctioning body decals or patches are to be worn on the suit.

K-8 Eye Protection A. Shatter resistant eye protection is required for all entrants competing in a CORR event. K-9 Head and Neck Restraints Head and neck restraints are mandatory for all classes. D-Cell, R3 and Hybrid are the only devices currently A.

approved. Any other device must have CORR approval before being used.

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K-10 Safety Harnesses A. All vehicles must have a heavy-duty type five-point fast release latch seat belt, anti-submarine strap, and shoulder straps with metal-to-metal buckles and connectors for each occupant. The five-point harness system shall consist of one antisubmarine strap, one seat belt, and two shoulder straps. Harness material shall be made of nylon or Dacron polyester. Harness must be in new or perfect condition. B. All harnesses must show the manufacturer’s name and the date of manufacture, and must not be used beyond two years from this date. No portion of the harness may be altered in any fashion from the manufacturer’s standard design. C. All mounting parts of belts must be mounted to chassis. Shoulder straps must be mounted behind the occupants seats and be located a minimum of 4 inches below the top of the occupant’s shoulders. Seat belt should be mounted a minimum of 2.5 inches forward of the intersection of the back of the seat and the sitting portion of the seat. All adjustment buckles must be a minimum distance of 1.5 inches from the seat to prevent loosening or chafing. Mounting hardware must be a minimum of 0.312-inch hardened steel bolts. D. When bolting through the body or frame, flat washers, lock nuts, and cotter keys must be used. All harness hardware must be safety tied. If wrap around type harnesses are used, care must be taken to prevent them from slipping and chafing on sharp frame components. E. No push button type harnesses permitted. F. No “Y” type shoulder belts permitted. G. Harness material must not be cut, frayed, stained, dirty, or rigid at start of race. H. No surplus safety harnesses are permitted. K-11 Arm Restraints A. All karts must be equipped with CORR approved SFI approved 3.3 Spec or better arm restraints. Arm restraints must be utilized at all times when the driver is in the kart. K-12 Safety Nets A. CORR approved safety nets are mandatory on all vehicles and must cover the complete open area of the cockpit on both sides of the vehicle. B. Nets must be installed on the inside of the roll cage to prevent them from being damaged or coming off in the event of a roll over or slide on the side. If nets are installed so that the occupants can release the net from the inside of the kart, the window net latch must be located at the front top of the window opening. C. The net border or edge and the net attachment must be made of materials that are as strong as or stronger than the net itself. D. Net attachments must placed no more than every 5 inches apart. Acceptable attachments may include but are not limited to the following: hose clamps, snaps, heavy-duty nylon ties, metal hooks, and steel rods. Steel rods are acceptable methods of bottom fastening. E. CORR requires that occupants of all vehicles must be protected during a roll over in such a manner that prevents them from extending the body outside the frame of the vehicle. CORR strongly recommends the use of triangle shaped NASCAR style helmet nets. K-13 Seating A. All vehicles must use seats designed specifically for racing applications manufactured by a recognized racing seat manufacturer. All seats must be securely mounted to frame of vehicle and be properly reinforced in such a manner as to keep seat from moving in relationship to the frame. B. Headrests designed and installed to prevent whiplash are mandatory on all vehicles. There must be a headrest constructed of at least 2-inch thick resilient padding and be approximately 36 square inches in area. C. Seat must be centered in vehicle. D. Seats should be sized appropriately for driver’s height and weight (ie. Child sized seats). E. CORR strongly discourages the use of plastic seats.

K-14 Transponders A. It is required that every kart use a transponder (available at registration).

JUNIOR 1 & JUNIOR 2 KART COMPETITION RULES JK-1 Wheels and Tires A. Mandated tire size is 8 x 20. Multiple tires per corner are not permitted. Tires will be visually checked for condition and must be considered reasonably safe by CORR prior to competing. B. Spare tire is optional. C. Tires will be measured from their widest and highest point, inflated to 8 PSI. D. Inner liners are not allowed. E. Wheel size is 8 x 8. No wheel covers, caps, or composite wheels allowed.

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JK-2 Fasteners A.

B. JK-3 Steering A. B. JK-4 Brakes A. B. C. JK-5 Shocks A. B. C. D. E.

It is recommended that all component parts on the vehicle’s suspension system, chassis, and running gear be secured with S.A.E. Grade 8 or better nuts and bolts. Bolts must be secured with either lock nuts, lock washers, cotter pins, or safety wire and have at least one full thread showing through the nut. No aluminum or titanium fasteners are allowed.

Steering geometry settings (caster/camber/toe) are open. CORR must consider steering reasonably safe before vehicle is permitted to compete. System must work properly with all bolts and parts tightened. Power steering is not allowed.

Brakes must be in a safe working condition and be able to apply adequate force to lock up tires. Turning or cutting brakes will not be permitted. Brakes must be in a safe operating condition during the entire event. If brake system problems do occur during the event they must be repaired before continuing in competition. Front brakes are allowed. This may be hydraulic or cable activated.

There must be at least one and only one shock absorber per wheel in working condition at the start of the race. Shock must be a 2.0” x 12” monotube coil over. No bypass shocks allowed. Shock valving and fluid type are open. Reservoirs are allowed with a maximum size of 2.0” x 8.0”. Maximum hose size is -4 with a length of 12 inches. Dual rate springs are allowed. Ride height is open with a minimum frame height of 7 inches from the ground with driver aboard. Shocks may not be adjusted while kart is in motion.

JK-6 Bump Stops A. Suspension bump stops must be of the solid type. B. Bump stops cannot be attached to any moving suspension parts. JK-7 Torsion System A. Currently the only torsion system that is acceptable is a coil-over shock. B. Air shocks are not allowed. JK-8 Front Suspension A. Front suspension must be an A arm type design. All four corners must have a single coil over shock. B. Front wheel travel is limited to 13 inches. Secondary suspension is not allowed. C. Front maximum track width is 56 ½ inches measured at ride height from the outside of tire to the outside of tire. JK-9 Rear Suspension A. Sway bars are allowed. Secondary suspension is not allowed. B. Rear wheel travel is limited to 19 inches. C. Rear maximum track width is 56 ½ inches measured at ride height from outside of tire to outside of tire. D. No diffs allowed. JK-10 Fuel Cells and Tanks A. Safety fuel cells should be utilized for all vehicles. Steel fuel tanks are allowed at this time, but fuel cells are highly recommended and will be mandatory in the future. B. All fuel tanks must be securely mounted behind the driver’s compartment. There must be a substantial cross member and firewall between the fuel tank and the occupants. C. Safety fuel cells shall consist of a bladder enclosed in a smooth skinned container. The container shall be constructed of 20ga. steel, 0.060-inch aluminum or 0.125-inch Marlex. Rotary molded polymer cells are acceptable. Magnesium is strictly prohibited. D. Container must be securely attached to vehicles with bolts or steel straps. All fittings must be built into the skin and bonded to the skin as an integral part of the tank or mechanically sealed by a ring and counter ring system by either flat joint or an “O” ring. E. Internal baffling is mandatory in all fuel cells. Bladder construction shall be of nylon or Dacron woven fabric impregnated and coated with a fuel resistant elastomer. F. Pressurizing of fuel tank is not allowed. JK-11 Vents and Caps A. Positive-locking non-vented fuel filler caps must be located and secured in such a manner as to prevent being knocked off or opened during movement, rollover, or accidental impact. B. Design and installation must be done in such a manner to prevent fuel escaping from pickups, lines, fillers, and breather vents if vehicle is partially or totally inverted.

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C.

JK-12 Engine A. B. C.

D.

Fuel breather lines must have a rollover check valve incorporated in the fuel cell. The vent line must extend to the highest point of the roll-cage nearest the fuel cell, across the width of the vehicle, and down to below the belly pan of the vehicle or 3 inches below the fuel cell, whichever is lower.

The mandated engine for this class is the Subaru EX27 266 cc 4 stroke air cooled engine. The engine must remain sealed by Fleming Motorsports. Engine must be located in rear of vehicle behind the driver. No modifications may be made to this engine unless otherwise specified herein. This includes no modifications of any kind to the block, crankshaft, connecting rod, piston, cylinder head, valve train, cam shaft, valves, flywheel, bearings, ignition system, governor, air cooling system, or oil system. No components may be added or removed.

JK-13 Engine Seals A. To ensure fairness of competition, CORR utilizes a sealed engine program. B. All engine castings must have a clearly visible stamped serial number. Any engine without a serial number will not be considered legal for CORR and will be confiscated if used during an event. C. Tampering, removing, or altering an engine seal or being in possession of an un-sealed or tampered seal engine will result in disqualification and confiscation of the engine. D. Only a CORR official or Fleming Motorsports may remove an engine seal at an event and the official must witness the repairs being made. E. Following the event, engines must be sent to Fleming Motorsports for inspection and resealing as determined by CORR officials. F. CORR at its discretion may at any time replace a competitor’s sealed engine with another sealed engine from inventory. JK-14 Ignition A. B. C. D. E. JK-15 Cooling A. B. C.

Each vehicle must have a positive action on/off switch in good working order. The switch must be highlighted in red. The switch must be labeled “ignition on/off� and be located within easy reach of the driver and from the outside of vehicle. The ignition must remain stock as delivered by Subaru for this model of engine. No modifications of any kind may be made to the ignition system unless specified herein. No changes in timing may be made. Stock coil and spark system must be used. Any brand of spark plug may be used. No modifications to the flywheel or magnets may be made.

The air cooling system must remain stock as delivered by Subaru for this model of engine. No modifications of any kind may be made to the air cooling system. A fine metal screen may be added to deflect dirt.

JK-16 Lubrication A. The oil lubrication system must remain stock as delivered by Subaru for this model of engine. B. No modifications of any kind may be made to the oil lubrication system. C. Any brand and weight of oil may be used. JK-17 Carburetor A. The carburetion system must remain as delivered by Fleming Motorsports for this model of engine. B. No modifications of any kind may be made to the carburetion system. No material may be added or removed. C. The carburetor bore, venture, air or fuel passages may not be enlarged. D. Stock fuel bowl must be used. E. A larger carburetor may not be installed. F. Jetting is open. JK-18 Air filter and inlet A. The air filter and inlet are open. JK-19 Exhaust System A. The exhaust header and pipe are open. JK-20 Starter A.

A pull starter or electric starter system may be used.

JK-21 Engine Replacement A. Engines may be replaced during an event only with prior CORR authorization. B. Both original and replacement engine serial numbers will be provided to CORR officials in writing before replacing the engine. C. An engine change may result in a starting position change.

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JK-22 Clutch A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I.

The new mandated clutch is TBD. The Comet TAV2 Torque-A-Verter may also be used. The use of any other manufacturer’s components is prohibited. Any non-mandated components will be confiscated. The engine clutch must be mounted in the stock location. No modifications may be made to either system. This includes no modifications of any kind to the drive cones, plates, and shafts including changes in profiles, diameters, or materials. No components may be added or removed. Any brand of replacement belt may be used. Clutch tuning is open providing that all tuning parts used are commercially available to the general public. This is limited to springs, weights, ramps, and sliders only. Clutch cover may be removed.

JK-23 Transmission & Gearing A. No transmission allowed. B. Gearing is open. C. No reverse is allowed. D. Four wheel drive is not allowed. E. Chain drive is required. F. No constant velocity joints are allowed. JK-24 Drive Parts A. Rear drive must be spool type only. JK-25 Ballast A. B. C.

Additional weights may be added to meet minimum vehicle weight requirement. Any added weights must be painted white, marked with car number, and bolted to floorboard close to seat. Weight may not be carried on driver’s person.

JK-26 Measurements A. The maximum front track width of the kart, measured from outside of tire to outside of tire is 56 ½ inches measured at ride height post race tech. B. The maximum overall wheelbase from spindle to spindle must be 71 inches. C. The minimum vehicle weight is TBD. This includes the driver’s weight, to be measured at post-race tech. D. Overall vehicle length from outside of front bumper to outside of rear bumper is 120 inches. JK-27 Chassis & Roll cage A. All new designs must be built in accordance with Roll Cage Construction Diagram and must be approved by CORR. B. Chassis must be of a safe design and high quality welded construction. C. Roll-cages must be designed and constructed with one front vertical hoop, one rear vertical hoop, two interconnecting top bars, two rear down braces, one diagonal brace and all necessary gussets. The two top interconnecting bars must be placed as far to the outside of the top part of the front and rear hoops as possible. Rear down braces and diagonal brace must angle a minimum of 30 degrees from vertical. At the bottom of the diagonal brace there must be a cross member of the same tubing material and dimensions as the hoop. D. Optional: Top cage may use two vertical hoops on either side, two interconnecting top bars across the front and rear, and diagonal bracing. E. All roll-cage components (hoops, braces, gussets, etc.) must have a minimum of 3-inch clearance from the component to the vehicle occupant’s helmet when occupant is seated in the normal riding position. F. All portions of the roll bar or bracing that might come into contact with the vehicle occupant’s helmet must be padded. G. All intersecting points must be gusseted and braced. Roll-cage terminal ends must be attached to a frame or body member that will support maximum impact and not shear or allow more than 1.5 inches of movement in the cage terminal end. H. Gussets must be installed at all major intersections, including diagonal and rear down braces, where single weld fractures can affect occupant’s safety. I. 1.250” x .083” ROLL BAR TUBES ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY CORR. J. No aluminum or other nonferrous materials are permitted. K. Roll cage construction material may be crew, dom, whr, wcr mild carbon steel or 4130 chromoly. L. CORR HIGHLY RECOMMENDS THE USE OF 4130 CHROMOLY or 1018/1012/ASTM/DOM. M. All welds must be of high quality and craftsmanship with good penetration and with no undercutting of parent material. Stress relieve all welded intersections by flame annealing. N. Oxy-acetylene brazing on roll-cage is strictly forbidden O. The roof must be covered with sheet metal or .063” minimum aluminum. JK-28 Doors

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A.

CORR recommends new karts. Must have 'X', 'A', or ‘Ladder’ design bracing in door area (designed to provide maximum protection to the driver). 'X' or 'A' designs must use a minimum 1.0" outside diameter, .083" wall thickness 4130 chromoly or 1018/1012 CDS/DOM. ‘Ladder’ design must use a 1.0” diameter, .083” wall thickness for main rails and .750” diameter x .083” wall thickness for rungs.

JK-29 Driver Compartment A. The vehicle occupant must be able to enter and exit, unassisted and with great ease, the driving compartment with the vehicle in any position. Firewalls and/or bulkheads must separate the driving compartment from any fuels, engine fluids, and acids. B. Floorboards are required and must cover floor of driver compartment from pedals to back of seat. C. Driver compartment sides must be completely covered by side panels. D. Side panels must be designed to keep driver’s body and legs confined to the kart at all times. JK-30 Bumpers A. B. C. JK-31 Mirrors A.

Must have front and rear bumper secured to frame. Ends must be capped and rounded to prevent any sharp edges. Bumpers and nerf bars must be designed in a way as to reasonably inhibit two vehicles from becoming locked together. CORR recommends that bumper mount/brace tubes have a 30 degree bend located between bumper and frame. No hazardous front or rear bumpers, nerf bars, frame heads or other protruding objects from vehicles are permitted.

A rear view mirror is recommended on all vehicles.

JK-32 Skid Plates A. Skid plates designed to reasonably protect the front suspension, steering, and brake components are recommended on all vehicles. B. Skid plates must be made of metal and be securely attached. JK-33 Body & Fenders A. A truck body is required and must be approved by CORR. B. Body can be multi piece. C. All fender and body mounts must have loop ends. No single tubes or long brackets may be used. D. The removal of fenders or body panels during competition for any reason other than damage incurred during the event will result in disqualification. JK-34 Hoses A.

All fuel and brake line hoses including metal lines and fittings must be clamped and/or safety wired.

*All rules are tentative and may be changed, altered, or updated as the CORR season progresses, in accordance with the kart class.

MODIFIED KART COMPETITION RULES

MK-1 Arm Restraints A. Arm restraints are optional for this class provided BOTH window nets and A pillar nets are utilized. MK-2 Wheels and Tires A. Maximum tire size is 23.5 inches outside diameter. No multiple tires per corner permitted. Tires will be visually checked for condition and must be considered reasonably safe by CORR prior to competing. B. Spare tire is optional. C. Tires will be measured from their widest and highest point, inflated to 8 PSI. D. No inner liner allowed. E. Wheel size is 9 x 10. No wheel covers, caps, or composite wheels allowed. MK-3 Fasteners A.

B. MK-4 Steering A. B. C.

It is recommended that all component parts on the vehicle’s suspension system, chassis and running gear be secured with S.A.E. Grade 8 or better nuts and bolts. Bolts must be secured with either lock nuts, lock washers, cotter pins, or safety wire and have at least one full thread showing through the nut. No aluminum or titanium fasteners are allowed.

Steering geometry settings (caster/camber/toe) are open. CORR must consider steering reasonably safe before vehicle is permitted to compete. System must work properly with all bolts and parts tightened. Power steering is not allowed.

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MK-5 Brakes A. B. C. D. MK-6 Shocks A. B. C. D. E.

Brakes must be in a safe working condition and be able to apply adequate force to lock up tires. Turning or cutting brakes will not be permitted. Brakes must be in a safe operating condition during the entire event. If brake system problems do occur during the event they must be repaired before continuing in competition. Front brakes are allowed. Brakes may be hydraulic or cable activated.

There must be at least one and only one shock absorber per wheel in working condition at the start of the race. Shock must be a 2.0” x 12” monotube coil over. No bypass shocks allowed. Shock valving and fluid type are open. Reservoirs are allowed with a maximum size of 2.0” x 8.0”. Maximum hose size is -4 with a length of 12 inches. Dual rate springs are allowed. Ride height is open with a minimum frame height of 7 inches from the ground with driver aboard. Shocks may not be adjusted while kart is in motion.

MK-7 Bump Stops A. Suspension bump stops must be of the solid type. B. Bump stops cannot be attached to any moving suspension parts. MK-8 Torsion System A. Currently the only torsion system that is acceptable is a coil-over shock. B. Air shocks are not allowed. MK-9 Front Suspension A. Front suspension must be an A arm type design. All four corners must have a single coil over shock. B. Front wheel travel is limited to 13 inches. Secondary suspension is not allowed. C. Front maximum track width is 58 inches measured at ride height from the outside of tire to the outside of tire. MK-10 Rear Suspension A. Sway bars are allowed. Secondary suspension is not allowed. B. Rear wheel travel is limited to 19 inches. C. Rear maximum track width is 58 inches measured at ride height from outside of tire to outside of tire. D. No diffs allowed. MK-11 Fuel Cells and Tanks A. Safety fuel cells must be utilized for all vehicles. Steel fuel tanks are not allowed. B. All fuel tanks must be securely mounted behind the driver’s compartment. There must be a substantial cross member and firewall between the fuel tank and the occupants. C. Safety fuel cells shall consist of a bladder enclosed in a smooth skinned container. The container shall be constructed of 20ga. steel, 0.060-inch aluminum or 0.125-inch Marlex. Rotary molded polymer cells are acceptable. Magnesium is strictly prohibited. D. Container must be securely attached to vehicles with bolts or steel straps. All fittings must be built into the skin and bonded to the skin as an integral part of the tank or mechanically sealed by a ring and counter ring system by either flat joint or an “O” ring. E. Internal baffling is mandatory in all fuel cells. Bladder construction shall be of nylon or Dacron woven fabric impregnated and coated with a fuel resistant elastomer. F. Pressurizing of fuel tank is not allowed. MK-12 Vents and Caps A. Positive-locking non-vented fuel filler caps must be located and secured in such a manner as to prevent being knocked off or opened during movement, rollover, or accidental impact. B. Design and installation must be done in such a manner to prevent fuel escaping from pickups, lines, fillers and breather vents if vehicle is partially or totally inverted. C. Fuel breather lines must have a rollover check valve incorporated in the fuel cell. The vent line must extend to the highest point of the roll-cage nearest the fuel cell, across the width of the vehicle, and down to below the belly pan of the vehicle or 3 inches below the fuel cell, whichever is lower. MK-13 Engine A.

Engine must be a production engine 250cc or 450cc four stroke. Other engines may be approved by CORR. The approved engines for this class are as follows: 1. 450 cc Quad Engines a. Kawasaki KXF450 b. Honda TRX450

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B. C.

MK-14 Ignition A. B. D.

c. Suzuki LTR450 d. Yamaha YZF450 250 cc Motorcycle Engines a. Kawasaki KX250F b. Honda CR250F c. Suzuki RMZ250F d. Yamaha YZF250

Engine must be located in rear of vehicle behind the driver. No modifications may be made to this engine unless otherwise specified herein. This includes no modifications of any kind to the block, crankshaft, connecting rod, piston, cylinder head, valvetrain, cam shaft, valves, flywheel, bearings, ignition system, governor, air cooling system, or oil system.

Each vehicle must have a positive action on/off switch in good working order. The switch must be highlighted in red. The switch must be labeled “ignition� and be located within easy reach of the driver and from the outside of vehicle. The ignition must remain stock as delivered by manufacturer for this model of engine. No modifications of any kind may be made to the ignition system unless specified herein. Stock coil and spark system must be used. Any brand of spark plug may be used.

MK-15 Carburetor A. The carburetion system must remain as delivered by manufacturer for this model of engine. B. No modifications of any kind may be made to the carburetion system. No material may be added or removed. C. The carburetor bore, venture, air or fuel passages may not be enlarged. D. Stock fuel bowl must be used. E. A larger carburetor may not be installed. F. Jetting is open. MK-16 Fuel Injection A. Fuel injection is allowed if it was a stock system included with the engine. B. No modifications to the stock fuel injection system allowed. MK-17 Air filter and inlet A. The air filter and inlet are open. MK-18 Exhaust System A. The exhaust header and pipe are open. MK-19 Starter A.

An electric starter system may be used.

MK-20 Engine Replacement A. Engines may be replaced during an event with prior CORR authorization. B. An engine change may result in a starting position change. MK-21 Clutch A. B. C.

A recluse clutch is allowed. The engine clutch must be mounted in the stock location. Clutch tuning is open providing that all tuning parts used are commercially available to the general public. This is limited to springs, weights, ramps, and sliders only.

MK-22 Transmission & Gearing A. Transmission must remain as delivered by manufacturer for this model of engine. B. Gearing is open. C. No reverse allowed. D. Four wheel drive is not allowed. E. Chain drive is required. F. Constant velocity joints are not allowed.

MK-23 Drive Parts A. Engine to transmission must be all one piece (as a factory motorcycle or quad). B. Rear drive must be spool type only. C. Only 1 chain is allowed from the driver sprocket to the driven sprocket. MK-24 Ballast

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A. B. C.

Additional weights may be added to meet minimum vehicle weight requirement. Any added weights must be painted white, marked with kart number, and bolted to floorboard close to seat. Weight may not be carried on driver’s person.

MK-25 Measurements A. The maximum front track width of the kart, measured from outside of tire to outside of tire is 58 inches measured at ride height post race tech. B. The maximum overall wheelbase from spindle to spindle must be 73 inches. C. The minimum vehicle weight is TBD. This includes the driver’s weight, measured at post-race tech. D. Overall vehicle length from outside of front bumper to outside of rear bumper is 120 inches. MK-26 Chassis & Roll cage A. All new designs must be built in accordance with Roll Cage Construction Diagram and must be approved by CORR . B. Chassis must be of a safe design and high quality welded construction. C. Roll-cages must be designed and constructed with one front vertical hoop, one rear vertical hoop, two interconnecting top bars, two rear down braces, one diagonal brace and all necessary gussets. The two top interconnecting bars must be placed as far to the outside of the top part of the front and rear hoops as possible. D. Optional: Top cage may use two vertical hoops on either side, two interconnecting top bars across the front and rear, and diagonal bracing. E. Rear down braces and diagonal brace must angle a minimum of 30 degrees from vertical. At the bottom of the diagonal brace there must be a cross member of the same tubing material and dimensions as the hoop. F. All roll-cage components (hoops, braces, gussets, etc.) must have a minimum of 3-inch clearance from the component to the vehicle occupant’s helmet when occupant is seated in the normal riding position. G. All portions of the roll bar or bracing that might come into contact with the vehicle occupant’s helmet must be padded. H. All intersecting points must be gusseted and braced. Roll-cage terminal ends must be attached to a frame or body member that will support maximum impact and not shear or allow more than 1.5 inches of movement in the cage terminal end. I. Gussets must be installed at all major intersections, including diagonal and rear down braces, where single weld fractures can affect occupant’s safety. J. 1.250” x .083” ROLL BAR TUBES ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY CORR. K. No aluminum or other nonferrous materials are permitted. L. Roll cage construction material may be crew, dom, whr, wcr mild carbon steel or 4130 chromoly. M. CORR HIGHLY RECOMMENDS THE USE OF 4130 CHROMOLY or 1018/1012/ASTM/DOM. N. All welds must be of high quality and craftsmanship with good penetration and with no undercutting of parent material. Stress relieve all welded intersections by flame annealing. O. Oxy-acetylene brazing on roll-cage is strictly forbidden P. The roof must be covered with sheet metal or .063” minimum aluminum. MK-27 Doors A. B. C.

CORR recommends new vehicles. Must have 'X', 'A' or ‘Ladder’ design bracing in door area (designed to provide maximum protection to the driver). 'X' or 'A' designs must use a minimum 1.0" outside diameter, .083" wall thickness 4130 chromoly or 1018/1012 CDS/DOM. ‘Ladder’ design must use a 1.0” diameter, .083” wall thickness for main rails and .750” diameter x .083” wall thickness for rungs.

MK-28 Driver Compartment A. The vehicle occupant must be able to enter and exit, unassisted and with great ease, the driving compartment with the vehicle in any position. B. Firewalls and/or bulkheads must separate the driving compartment from any fuels, engine fluids and acids. C. Floorboards are required and must cover floor of driver compartment from pedals to back of seat. D. Driver compartment sides must be completely covered by side panels. E. Side panels must be designed to keep driver’s body and legs confined to the kart at all times. MK-29 Bumpers A. Must have front and rear bumper secured to frame. Ends must be capped and rounded to prevent any sharp edges. Bumpers and nerf bars must be designed in a way as to reasonably inhibit two vehicles from becoming locked together. B. CORR recommends that bumper mount/brace tubes have a 30 degree bend located between bumper and frame. C. No hazardous front or rear bumpers, nerf bars, frame heads or other protruding objects from vehicles are permitted.

MK-30 Mirrors A.

A rear view mirror is recommended on all vehicles.

MK-31 Skid Plates

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A. B.

Skid plates designed to reasonably protect the front suspension, steering, and brake components are recommended on all vehicles. Skid plates must be made of metal and be securely attached.

MK-32 Body & Fenders A. A truck body is required and must be approved by CORR. B. Body can be multi piece. C. All fender and body mounts must have loop ends. No single tubes or long brackets may be used. D. The removal of fenders or body panels during competition for any reason other than damage incurred during the event will result in disqualification. MK-33 Hoses A.

All fuel and brake line hoses including metal lines and fittings must be clamped and/or safety wired.

*All rules are tentative and may be changed, altered, or updated as the CORR season progresses, in accordance with the kart class.

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CORR 2008 rules and regulations  

Championship off road racing rule book

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