Rules and Regulations
- David Murry Track Days (DMTD) affords highly experienced drivers the opportunity to drive and practice their skills without having to share the race track with unaware or inexperienced drivers. By registering for a DMTD event, you agree to abide by our rules and regulations as outlined below.
- All vehicles will have legible, contrasting numbers. Numbers no less than 10 inches high will be displayed on left and right sides and numbers no less than 6 inches high will be displayed on a vertical surface on the back of the vehicle.
- Drivers and passengers will have equal restraints.
- SNELL/2005 helmets are mandatory. HANS devices, fireproof clothing, shoes and gloves are recommended.
- Roll cages/roll bars and on-board fire suppression systems are recommended.
- There will be no technical inspection at DMTD events. Each participant will bear sole responsibility for vehicle preparation, maintenance and safety.
- THE MORNING DRIVER'S MEETING IS MANDATORY.
- With the exception of the lunch break, the pits and the racing surface are declared HOT for the entire event day.
- The speed limit in the paddock area is 15 mph.
- Do not park any vehicles in the designated fire lanes.
- There will be no running of engines during the lunch break.
- If you're using the garages: there will be no smoking, no fuel storage and no fueling of vehicles inside any garage.
- No Shorts
- No flashers or signal lights will be used on the race track.
- A checkered flag will signal the end of the morning and afternoon sessions.
- A full course black flag requires all vehicles to return to the pit/paddock area on the lap that the flag is displayed.
- If you are shown an individual black flag, you will report to the pit steward on the lap that the flag is displayed.
- It is the responsibility of each participant to be aware of and responsive to all flags, signals and instructions from corner workers and emergency personnel (see also "Flag Information").
- Passing will be permitted anywhere on the race track. Although "point-by" signals are always recommended, they are MANDATORY in corners. This rule will be strictly enforced.
- The overtaking vehicle always bears the responsibility of executing a safe pass.
- If a pass sign is not used (on straights only), the vehicle being passed will remain on-line. The passing vehicle will move off-line to execute the pass.
- You are respsonible for damage to racetrack including speedy dry.
- Racing is expressly prohibited at any time during DMTD events.