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  • Cars always have the right of way on the track! It is important to remember that there are many types of RC cars. Do not step out in front of racing cars, during practice time or any race. Practice extreme caution when on a live track. Look both ways before crossing the track, pick up stalled cars quickly, and move out of the way of traffic.

  • No shoes allowed on the track

  • Cars always have the right-of-way on the track. Practice extreme caution when on a live track. Look both ways before crossing the track, pick up stalled cars quickly, and move out of the way of traffic.


  • Always be courteous and respectful to your fellow drivers regardless of age, skill level or any reason. Share the track. No foul, abusive, or threatening language is allowed. Fighting, either verbally or physically, will get you ejected and possibly banned from the facility. Attitudes, leave them at home. We are all here because we enjoy racing our cars. This is a family-friendly race facility.  Remember there are usually children present. Do not yell at each other on the driver’s stand. Do not yell at the turn marshals. If you do, you may be asked to leave.

  • Silicon tires is not permitted on the track.

  • Call out if your car is upside down or stuck. As a driver, you are expected to call out your crash. Don’t be shy, yell it out loud, multiple times where you crashed, to let people know to go slow in that section. This helps to avoid unnecessary accidents. If you see a stopped or crashed car that someone hasn’t called out, call it out for them and remind them later (respectfully as a teaching moment) to call their crashes.

  • Pit Area Rules – Clean up after yourself. No obscene or foul language. Pit areas are first-come, first-served. You can also use a bath towel. Music must be family-friendly and kept to a minimal volume. Keep the pits clean and litter-free. Occupy no more than 4 feet of table space. Do not borrow anything without permission.

  • Bring an Outlet extension cord 

  • Alcohol and Drug Free Facility – No alcohol or smoking, including vaping, is allowed inside or outside the premises, including the parking lot. This is a zero-tolerance and family-friendly facility – If you are found to be under the influence of alcohol, marijuana or other drugs, you will be asked to leave and possibly banned from the facility.

  • Pay before you play. This applies to both a race and a practice day. Before you set up (and make sure you’re signed up for the race).


  • RC racing is a non-contact sport. If you crash/spin-out another car, stop and wait for that car to pass before you resume, even if it costs you the victory. In general, the car with the inside line owns it. You have to fall back or drive a different line.

  • Sign up for races ASAP. This is done in the store. Sign-up sheets have to be handed in about one hour before the race starts so we can put you in the computer. Call the shop if you are running late and can’t make it in time to get signed up.

  • Get out to marshal immediately after your race. or get someone to marshal for you, after each of your races. The only exception is if you’re handicapped. If you have two or more races right after each other, you will have to find someone who will marshal for you.

  • Do not obstruct the view of other drivers. Do not lean over or rest on the rail on the driver’s stand. Stand up straight without touching the rail, while holding the radio in a comfortable position.

  • Track cutting – It happens, but you can’t skip part of the track and then just fall back in line with traffic as that is cheating. When it happens, you have 3 options: You can let the car that was behind you pass. You can wait for a turn marshal to get your car and place it back on the correct part of the track. Or lastly, if the first 2 aren’t an option, you can wait for the race director to tell you it’s ok to go again.

  • Pay attention to, and follow instructions from, the race announcer/director.


  • When you flip the cars over, point them in the right direction.

  • Do not put cars down on the upside of a jump or pointing the wrong way.

  • Make sure traffic is clear before trying to flip a car over.

  • Do not put a car down in front of on-coming traffic.

  • Get to cars as quickly as possible without interfering with oncoming traffic.

  • Watch your corner, not the race


  • When on the track flipping your own car over, be courteous and help fellow racers back on track. 

  • If you cause an accident, make it right. If a car is upside down, go down to the track and flip it over.

  • RC racing is a non-contact sport. If you can’t get around another car, slow down or pull over to a safe spot and let the other car go by.

  • On busy days, with the drivers stand full, please limit your run time to 5 minutes so others can race. Feel free to jump in line after exiting the drivers stand.


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