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TRANSPONDERS
 SCORS will be tracking laps and lap times using transponders and a MYLAPS
program.
 These transponders are the property of SCORS and will be rented to the
competitors.
 Transponders will be placed on vehicles by track representative during Tech
and registration

 If a transponder is relocated to a different machine by a competitor without
approval from a race official, that competitor will be disqualified from that
event.
 If transponders are not returned by the end of the event, the deposit will
be forfeited.
 All pro and amateur classes will be required to have transponders. Youth
and childrens classes will not run transponders.
 Personal MYLAP transponders can be used for a race but SCORS is not
responsible for any malfunction of device or dead battery. Personal Devices
cannot be traded for a SCORS owned transponder.Type your paragraph here.

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​               RULES & REGULATIONS e your paragraph here.

TECH AND REGISTRATION
 Vehicles will be teched at all events, the first tech of each season will
consist of a full and complete vehicle tech for safety and class rules.
 If for some reason competitor needs to switch vehicles after initial
inspection you must:

 Notify a SCORS race official
 Vehicle will need to be teched/registered with a fee of $30
 If an attempt is made to switch out vehicles without inspection
a points deduction and disqualification for that event will be
enforced

 Machines being inspected shall not be altered in any way after being
approved.
 See different tech requirements below for ATV and UTV
MEDIA
 All media going on course, whether photographer or videographer must be
approved by SCORS.
 All media must sign an appropriate waiver before going on course.
 No alcohol may be consumed prior to or during the event by a member of
the media.
 All media are expected to share photos with SCORS; photo credit will be
given.Type your paragraph here.

TRANSPONDERS
As of this week we have not received our transponder
tracking system. If it does not come in time we will be
conducting tracking manually. This will not affect race
schedule or breakdown.
If system shows up in time we will be using it.
This system will help us track precise lap times and racer
positions. Allowing us to broadcast via trackside screen
as well as live action throughout social media. This
system will also give us rider locations for when we start
our endurance woods races.
Transponder fees:
For OCT 5 th ONLY transponder fees will be $15. A $50
deposit will be collected on top of fee to ensure that
transponders are returned. The deposit will be returned
same day. The time to return these will be before the
awards are given out. If transponder is not returned the
$50 deposit will be forfeited. If transponder is not
returned then rider will be ineligible for any race after.
This is only until we receive transponder back. These fees
will change for actual points races in the future.

DRIVER ORDER
 The order of competitors will be based on a random-draw system or
qualifying. Each class will be specified in each description
FLAGS
 Green- Hot track; full on racing
 Yellow- caution on the track; slow down to a safe speed until signaled
otherwise
 Red- stop as soon as you can in a safe manner until signaled by a yellow flag
to continue
 White- final lap
 Checkered- race is complete
 Black- you are being removed from the track and a DNF will be applied
PROTESTS
 Any protest being made will need to be filed with a race official within 15
minutes of the last race during each event. After submitting $1000 protest
fee and a proper description of what is being protested a Race official will
investigate.
If what is being protested does not conform to Event rules and regulations
it will be listed as illegal and will be disqualified from the event.

If protested item is found to conform to all rules and regulations then it will
be found as legal and all results will stay the same. Protest fee will be
forfeited.
All decisions made by race officials are final.Type your paragraph here.

GENERAL RACE RULES

 AGGRESSIVE DRIVING- Extremely aggressive riding will not be tolerated.
Race officials have the final say on whether a competitor is too dangerous
or not for racing. If you are found to be a dangerous driver you will be
removed from the event and receive a DNS.
 MACHINE MALFUNCTIONS- If for any reason your machine malfunctions
during a race try to pull off of the racetrack as soon as possible. Any
machines unable to be moved under its own power, track officials will assist
in the process. Spectators and team members are not to enter track area
for any reason.
 FIGHTING- Fighting will not be tolerated at events. You will be removed and
race officials will determine if further action will need to be taken.
 ALCOHOL/DRUGS- will have ZERO tolerance. You will be removed and told
not to return to the series. If an incident has occurred race officials will
determine whether to take further action.

ATV SAFETY RULES AND REGULATIONS

TECH INSPECTION ITEMS
 Working kill switch with tether attached to rider. This will be tested at every
event.
 Rider safety equipment will follow head to toe coverage requirements.
Long sleeve shirts, long pants, gloves, over the ankle riding boots, and
helmet with goggles. Helmet will be Snell/DOT certified. Chest
 Nerf bar with nets or full floor boards are required
 Number plates on front and rear bumpers of machine.

 Aggressive tires will not be allowed on track.Type your paragraph here.


Off-road racing is an inherently dangerous sport. Each competitor assumes the
risk when he or she participates in an event. SCORS has set up rules and
guidelines to keep all competitors and spectators safe at racing events. We ask
that every individual take extreme caution when attending events and
understand these safety precautions set in place.

RULES AND REGULATIONS

 SPEED LIMIT IN ALL PIT AND TRACK AREAS IS 10 MPH. IDLE SPEEDS ONLY.
You will be removed from the event if found to be a danger to others.
 All rules, regulations, and specifications set by SCORS shall be followed by
the competitor and racing teams.
 It is the competitors responsibility to read and understand all Safety
requirements set forth by SCORS.
 Unsportsmanlike conduct of any kind will not be tolerated and will lead to
disqualification and points penalty.
 Any rules or safety infractions noted by a race official will lead to
disqualification or points penalty.
 All competitors and team members will sign an entry form and a liability
waiver before participating in the event.
 All rules, regulations, and specifications are subject to change and it is the
competitors responsibility to stay up to date with all information.
DRIVER’S MEETINGS
 All competitors must attend the driver’s meetings. This will be held at a
designated location one-hour before the start of an event. Specific
information is given at these meetings; Failure to attend is not an excuse

for infractions, rule changes or not knowing information given at the
driver’s meeting.Type your paragraph here.

SCORS OCTOBER 5, 2019

Quad Race Entry Fees:
Classes A-C: $45
Class D beginners and kids classes: $35
($5 of all entry fees go to help support our local fire and EMT that will be on duty
during all races)
All classes for this first race will receive trophies. Once we start yearly point series
we will start doing cash payouts for pro classes.
Spectators:
$10
Kids 5 and under get in free
Anyone who has purchased riding bands through Sunnyside at the front barn will
also be allowed to spectate.
Camping options:
Primitive camping $15 per night
30 amp with water hookups $30 per night
50 amp with water hookups $35 per night
Please contact Kurt 706-755-1819 or Jimmy 706-825-2863 for booking
your race weekend RV sites or any questions you may have.
Anyone camping for the weekend can also purchase daily riding bands for FRIDAY,
SATURDAY, and SUNDAY for racers or if the family wants to get out and enjoy the
many trails on the property. Kurt and Jimmy will be able to help you with this
when setting up for camping sites. See Sunnysides facebook page or website for
daily and night ride rates.
Any questions about the race fees or class breakdowns feel free to contact Bo at
706-799-7397.

Schedule:

7:00 - Gates Open
7:00 – 8:30 Registration/Tech Inspections
8:30 – 9:00 Drivers meeting located by start line/flagging stand
9:00 – 10:00 Practice
10:00 - ? First Set of Motos (time depends on # entries)
After first moto we will take a 45 minute break for track prep
and for everyone to take a brief break for lunch/rest
Once 45 minute break is up we will complete second set of
Motos
Shortly after Motos are complete we will announce awards and
podium positions. We will also take a few minutes to announce
our plans for the series.Type your paragraph here.

ATV CLASSES AND GUIDELINES

OPEN A
 200cc and up, riders must be 16 years of age on/before event. This class
will be more for the Pro/expert level riders.
OPEN B
 200cc and up, riders must be 15 years of age on/before event. This class
will be more for the intermediate level riders.
OPEN C
 200cc and up, riders must be 14 years of age on/before event. This class
will be more for the novice/amateur level riders.
OPEN D
 200cc and up, riders must be 13 years of age on/before event. This class
will be more for the beginner level riders.
40+
 200cc and up, riders must be at least 40 years or older on/before event.
30+
 200cc and up, riders must be at least 30 years or older on/before event.
25+
 200cc and up, riders must be at least 25 years or older on/before event.
16-24
 200cc and up, riders must be at least 16 years of age on/before event but
not turn 25 years of age before the event.

WOMENS
 200cc and up, riders must be female and must be 14 years of age on/before
event.

GIRLS
 70-200cc max for 2 stroke engines, 300cc max for 4 stroke engines. Riders
must be female, and be 8-15 years of age on/before event.
UTILITY
 200cc and up, riders must be 16 years of age on/before event. Any
production utility vehicle is allowed. No sports quads.
Unlimited 4x4
 200cc and up, riders must be 16 years of age on/before event. Any 4x4
including all performance/sport quads with or without racks.
90CC
 70-90cc 2 stroke-125 4 stroke, riders must be between the ages of 8-14
years of age on/before the event
70CC
 50-70cc, riders must be between the ages of 6-11 years of age on/before
the event
50CC
 00-50cc, riders must be 8 years or younger on/before event.Type your paragraph here.