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TABLE OF CONTENTS,Spirit and Intent 3,Member and Participant Responsibilities 3. Sportsmanship 3,GVKC Board of Directors 4,Board of Director Responsibilities 4 7. Membership Membership Fees and Competition Age 7,Kart Number Assignment 8. 2 and 4 Cycle Class Structure Kart and Tire Rules 8 9. Kid Kart General Guidelines 10, Race Day Schedule Fees Safety Inspection Reimbursement 10. Practice Day Rules Fees and Daily Schedule 11, General Race Day Guidelines Safety Inspection Practice 11 12.
Race Format Line up Starting and Heats 12 13,Driver Responsibilities including minors 13 14. Driver s Signals 14 15,Driver Racing Rules 15 16,Pit Rules 16 18. Blocking 18 19,Scale House Weight and Fuel 20,Protective Clothing 20. Golf Cart 21,Racing Flags 21,Scoring and Points Awarding Procedure 21 23. Trophies Plaques and Awards 23,Tower Rules 24,Technical Inspections and Protests 24 25.
Track Usage Reservations and Rules 25,Rain Out Policy 26. Acknowledgement MUST BE SIGNED prior to first race day 27. Spirit and Intent, Karting is a sport designed for the fun and enjoyment of. everyone involved whether it is a racer his or her family. friends or the spectators As a member of GVKC you are. responsible for conducting yourself in a fair and sportsmanlike. manner both on and off the track Through your efforts the. fine competitive spirit of karting will always persist. Member and Participant Responsibilities, Entrants are required to be fully conversant with the regulations and supplementary rules. or instructions governing an event and are by reason of their entry therein definitely. bound by such regulations supplementary rules or instructions Officials of any event. shall have and will exercise their powers during the entirety of any event. Prime responsibility for the safe condition and operation of a kart or any other vehicle in. competition rests with the owner and driver The course operators main responsibility is. that of providing a safe place to conduct events, Safety is every person s responsibility and must be shared in total by every person and. every associate of the sport of karting For this reason adherence of the rules of the club. is fundamental to the welfare of everyone involved in the sport In the interest of safety. PARENTS MUST TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ACTIONS AND WELL. BEING OF THEIR MINOR CHILDREN RACERS AND NON RACERS ALIKE. GVKC follows the WKA rulebook supplemented by this rulebook Anything not found. in the GVKC rulebook is presumed to be covered by the WKA manual Members may. wish to purchase the WKA Tech Manual Any updates or amendments to the GVKC. rulebook will be posted on the website www gvkc org Any rule changes will be. announced at the drivers meeting the first week that the change takes place. Amendments may be made to the WKA Manual members are responsible to obtain these. Sportsmanship, Please be courteous to all drivers on and off the track If you or your crew use foul.
language or verbally abuse a competitor or anyone else at the track you will be asked to. leave and your driver will receive zero points for the day If you or any member of your. crew physically attack anyone at the track you will be asked to leave with forfeit of. points for the day and will be suspended for a minimum of the next two regular race. weekends The Board of Directors may take further action as is deemed necessary This. may include temporary or permanent suspension and or forfeiture of points. GVKC Board of Directors,President Jeff Stark,Vice President Doug Anne. Co Secretaries Andrea Hicks,Treasurer Al Gutberlet. Race Director Michael Fauci,Safety Director Kevin Orlop. Flagger Michael Fauci,Points Online Systems Terry Pogue. Groundskeeper,2 cycle Representative Alan Decker,4 cycle Representative Rich Gamrod.
Promotions Bruce Pogue,Board of Directors Responsibilities. All board positions listed have voting privileges voting must be in. accordance with the by laws to allow passage of rules funding decisions. on club organization and improvements etc All board members must be. GVKC club members in the year they hold the position. Responsibilities of the Board, Maintain the value of the club and it s membership by supporting the spirit. and intent of karting, Attend all board meetings if possible and fully support all board decisions. Review and approve the club rules annually, Ensure that there is good communication to the membership relative to. registration rules and scheduling, Support the practice days by volunteering to oversee practice at least once.
during the season, Ensure all activities hold the safety of the membership and spectators in. highest regard, Help with track improvement opportunities along with membership. Approve all payments for funding requirements greater than 100. No voting unless there is a quorum of board members. Provide a delegate when board member is unable to perform their normal. duties function, Club spokesperson addresses the club at every race with necessary updates. communications, Calls and runs meetings of BOD finds location ensures everyone is aware of. time and place, Calls elections does not vote unless it s a tie breaking situation then.
president votes,Vice President, Assist the president Be there in his absence to cover his responsibilities. Make regular payments for utilities NMPC Frontier refuse pick up Shanks. taxes and rent, Write checks for payments approved by the board and petty cash. expenditures of the club,Balance the checkbook on a monthly basis. Record and deposit income and expenses from the race and practice days. as well as other income i e 50 50 track usage etc on a weekly basis. Mail with payment the amount due for insurance with the form for the pit. Maintain the annual insurance on behalf of the club including all related. paperwork from incidents, Provide the club with financial statements including estimates of future cash. flows as needed, Coordinate the track usage obtain the forms for insurance collect cash prior.
to date of use,Grounds Keeper Assistant Groundskeeper. Maintenance work sessions garbage pick up rest room cleaning and grass. cutting etc,Schedule work days,Race Director, For all races practices and GVKC sponsored events designate to assistant first. when unavailable, Coordinate the race days includes ensuring the following required positions. are filled by volunteers prior to the start of the race 2 3 score keepers in the. tower scale house announcer optional, Interpret and enforce rules from WKA and GVKC to ensure fair and safe. Pre race safety inspection race days only, Educate club members about racing racing lines bumping etc.
Oversee races and resolve conflicts, Call for tech oversee tech and address all protests. Ensures there are adequate flaggers on the track at all times. Assistant Race Director Flagger, Supports the Race Director and fills in if the Race Director is unavailable. Responsible for the Start Finish flagging for race day assist in scoring and. driver infraction rulings, Provides description of different flags and their use as needed. Insure all corners are staffed with flaggers before releasing drivers from grid. Provide start finish line flagging for all heats and time trials. Ensure fair starts that include side by side positioning according to posted. lineup low enough initial speed to attempt to avoid congestion in the first turn. and lack of bumping or pushing on the initial start. Assist race director with contact decisions from the right hander after the. monza through the first turn after the start finish line. Assist scorers with decisions on close finishes at the start finish line. Advertising Special Events, Club advertising promotions Racing Magazines photography etc. Notify the Press with weekly race results on Sunday night Monday morning. Awards Banquet Coordination sub committee of current board. Obtain the plaques for the members at the beginning of the season. Obtain any awards necessary for the season including spring summer and. fall competitions season championship awards and trophies any other event. awards necessary, Coordinate the prizes awards and trophies for the banquet at the end of the.
Coordinate all other banquet arrangements,Points On Line System. Develop and maintain web site content,Manage GVKC and GVKC board email lists. Develop and maintain points collection and calculation. Weekly updating of the points in a spreadsheet for the web. 2 cycle Representatives, Responsible for 2 cycle tech and assists race director. 4 cycle Representatives, Responsible for 4 cycle tech and assists race director. Responsible for all club mailings Registration banquet etc. Keep board meeting minutes and publish provide at subsequent meeting for. board approval,Typing and updating rulebook,Provide new members with club information.
Race day registration, Various duties assigned by President calling members for board meeting. Respond to messages left on track phone ensure they are delegated to the. appropriate person,Safety Director,Ensure the safety of the membership at the track. Membership, Active members shall be those who pay annual membership dues fill out the requisite. paperwork This entitles drivers to compete in GVKC club races and receive club points. and awards where applicable Associate members are entitled to enter the pits without. paying an additional fee for all GVKC events held at Avon Kart Speedway All. members drivers and associates have the right to vote or bring motions to the board of. directors for further consideration All members will receive a copy of the rulebook. Birth certificates will be required upon membership for anyone under eighteen. This will be strictly enforced going forward no minor will be allowed to race. without a birth certificate on file,Membership Fees subject to change. Annual membership 100 entitles member entry into pit area for regular club racing. Track usage fee 75 per weekday with necessary completed form Track usage hours. 11am 5pm see www gvkc org for paperwork and instructions. Competition Age, All drivers must abide by the ages listed in class structure section Competition age is.
determined to be the drivers age as of January 1 of the current year If during the season. a driver has a birthday that would make them old enough to move up to an older class. they have two options 1 Start and stay in the class for their age at the beginning of the. year 2 Start in the class for their age as of the beginning of the year and move to the. older class after your birthday points do not transfer from class to class 3 if your. birthday falls during the season you can compete for the season in the older class. subject to race directors discretion once moved up to older class returning to the. younger class is not permissible nor will racers be allowed to compete in both junior and. senior classes at regular GVKC events In addition points are not transferable from class. Kart Number Assignments, Members in good standing from the prior year may elect to maintain their kart number. for the same class for the coming year The number will be held only until the first race. day after which the numbers will be assigned on a first come first serve basis Any. conflicts on race day will be resolved by allowing the regular club member of the class to. keep his number and the other driver can place and X or 0 to modify the kart number to. ease scoring Kart numbers must be on front back and both sides of kart Numbers to be. of a size and color that can be seen by scorers easily. NOTE Classes and Weights to be run at GVKC for the season will be finalized for the. season based on the registrations received by the time of the initial meeting. Four Cycle Class Structure,Class Engine fuel Ages Min Weight. Jr Animal Sealed Red plate Gas 8 10 250lbs,Jr Animal Sealed Gold plate Gas 10 15 275lbs. Sr Animal Sealed SR Light Gas 16 325lbs,Sr Animal Sealed Masters Gas 16 365lbs. WKA Jr Animal Gold Plate 505 Alcohol 10 12 275lbs,WKA Jr Animal Black Plate Alcohol 12 15 320lbs.
WKA Sr Animal Alcohol 5 Bridgestone 16 350lbs,WKA Sportsman Green Plate Gas 7 12 275lbs. Sr Open Modified bout anything 16 350lbs,Sr World Formula World Formula Gas 16 385lbs. 4 cycle classes will run 5 Dunlop SL4 Bridgestone YLC or Burris 55 unless. otherwise designated above,Two Cycle Class Structure. Class Engine fuel Ages Min Weight,Kid Karts Comer 50cc gas 5 tires open 5 7 150 lbs. Yamaha Jr Sportsman KT100 gas oil Sm Carb Can exh 8 12 250 lbs. Cadet Chassis 265 lbs, Yamaha Jr Super Can KT100 gas oil Lrg Carb Can Exh 12 15 310 lbs.
Yamaha Sr Sportsman KT 100 gas oil Lrg Carb Can Exh 15 335 lbs. Yamaha Sr Pipe KT 100 gas oil Lrg Carb Pipe Exh 15 360 lbs. Yamaha Masters KT 100 gas oil Lrg Carb Pipe Exh 35 390 lbs. Tag Sr Wka Tag Rules 16 WKA,Shifter 125cc Gear Shift 15 380 lbs. 2 cycle classes will run 5 Dunlop SL4 Bridgestone YLC Vega Blue MG Fz or. Yz Decuzzi Hoosier R50 or 60 Bridgestone YLB TAG ONLY. NO CARBON FIBER TIE RODS ALLOWED, GVKC rules for karts are based on the current WKA Technical Manual unless otherwise. stated CIK noses and side pods are acceptable,Kid Kart General Guidelines. A Kid Kart driver must be a minimum of five years old as of the firs. 2013 GVKC Rulebook Interpret and enforce rules from WKA and GVKC to ensure fair and safe Jr Animal Sealed Red plate Gas

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