BUT WE'RE WORKIN' ON IT
AS ANNOUNCED AT THE MEETING ON
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15,
PLANS FOR THE 2014 SEASON ARE NOW ON
OF A SITUATION BEYOND OUR CONTROL. A
BANK IN TENNESSEE
HAS FORECLOSED ON THE TRACK. TRACK
MANAGEMENT IS ATTEMPTING
TO CONTACT THAT BANK TO CHECK ON THE
POSSIBILITY OF LEASING
THE FACILITY, AND ALSO WORKING ON
WE WILL KEEP EVERYONE INFORMED HERE
ON THE WEBSITE
AS WELL AS ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE.
OCTOBER 21 TROPHY PRESENTATIONS
UNABLE TO BE PRESENT FOR
Meadors Logging & Excavating
Late Model Champion
Bubby's BBQ & Catering
Pure Street 4th Place
Grease Monkey Auto Care
Mini-Stock 4th Place
Robinson's Premium Meats
Junior Mini-Cup 2nd Place
(Recipients not present)
SPORTSMANSHIP: CLIF PARTIN
MOST SUPPORTIVE PARTICIPANT: WIN
MOST IMPROVED DRIVER: RONNIE ROMINES
SPECIAL "BEST ANNOUNCER" AWARD AND CARD FOR
DIRECTOR AND ANNOUNCER JOHN POTTS FROM
COMPETITORS AND STAFF,
PRESENTED BY CHIEF SCORER CRYSTAL BLANKENSHIP
RECOGNITION ALSO PROVIDED TO SPONSORS
BUBBY'S BBQ & CATERING, GREASE MONKEY AUTO CARE,
MOTORSPORTS, IMPRINT WAREHOUSE,
ROBINSON'S PREMIUM MEATS, CHUCK &
AND JLJ MOTORSPORTS
BECAUSE THERE WASN'T ANOTHER EVENT
FOR US TO PRINT AN EDITION
OF CORBIN SPEEDWAY NEWS, PHOTOS FROM
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5,
ARE ON THE PHOTOGRAPH PAGE OF THIS
WEBSITE. WE APOLOGIZE
FOR THE DELAY, WHICH WAS CAUSED BY A
COMPOUNDED BY A BALKY COMPUTER.
OCTOBER 5 SPECIAL RACE WINNERS
PURE STREET MECHANIC RACE
MINI-STOCK MECHANIC RACE
CLIF PARTIN JR.
PURE STREET POWDER PUFF RACE
MINI-STOCK POWDER PUFF RACE
BIKE RACE WINNERS
HALLOWEEN COSTUME WINNERS
Results and winner photos from October 5 are now posted
on each series' results page.
Final point standings
are now posted on each series' points page.
Congratulations to our champions, and
thanks to all those who helped
make this a memorable season at
WORLD CHICKEN FESTIVAL PARADE
(Photos by Saundra Taylor & Crystal
Thanks to Blankenship Motorsports,
and Taylor Motorsports as well as
their families for participating.
Feature points will be awarded 10-9-8-7 etc. for ten cars or
more than 10 cars, the points will go up by the number of
cars over ten.
Example, if 15 cars, it will be 15-14-13, etc. Cars not
starting feature will
one point. Heat race or trophy dash points will be awarded 5-4-3-2-1
1 on back if more than five. Cars not starting heat race
or trophy dash
will get one point. Heat race or trophy dash points
will only be awarded if all cars are scheduled to start
only four cars out of a larger field are scheduled to start
there is only one heat race or trophy dash, no points
will be awarded).
Fast qualifier will receive one point.
must make an attempt to practice and/or qualify in
order to earn the "Did Not Start" point. Cars arriving
late to qualify will be awarded points provided
they make an attempt to start their heat race and/or
feature. Cars arriving too late to start their heat race
will be awarded feature points provided they make an
attempt to start the feature. Officials' discretion will
apply in regard to what constitutes an attempt.
Also, no points are awarded for a division unless
feature race for that division is completed or
General Rules for 2013 are posted at
the bottom of this page.
Rules for each division are posted in
the applicable section.
Click on the link at left to find
General Rules apply except where
each division's section.
As noted in each division's rules,
racing tires must be purchased
from the official track supplier. The
official supplier is Jim Foley
at JLJ Motorsports. Call Jim at (606)
539-0500 at the shop,
or his cell phone, (606) 524-6651.
RULES APPLICABLE TO ALL SERIES EXCEPT
IN SERIES-SPECIFIC RULES
implementation of these rules will be the responsibility of track
officials. Any situation not specifically covered in these rules
will be acted upon by the official or officials in charge as they
deem proper at the time, and that decision will be final and binding
on all participants. These rules may be changed, modified, or
deleted at any time for any reason or for no reason by track
officials. These rules shall not be construed in any manner as to
create a contract by and between the competitors and the race track.
THE RULES AND REGULATIONS SET
FORTH HEREIN ARE INTENDED TO PROVIDE FOR THE ORDERLY CONDUCT OF
RACING EVENTS AND TO ESTABLISH MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE REQUIREMENTS FOR
SUCH EVENTS. THE RULES SHALL GOVERN THE CONDITION OF ALL EVENTS, AND
BY PARTICIPATION IN THESE EVENTS ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE DEEMED TO HAVE
COMPLIED WITH THESE RULES. NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM PUBLICATIONS INTENDED AS A GUIDE FOR THE
CONDUCT OF THE SPORT AND THESE RULES ARE IN NO WAY A GUARANTEE
AGAINST INJURY OR DEATH TO A PARTICIPANT, SPECTATOR, OR OFFICIAL.
THE DIRECTOR OF COMPETITION SHALL
BE EMPOWERED TO PERMIT REASONABLE AND APPROPRIATE DEVIATION FROM ANY
OF THE SPECIFICATIONS HEREIN OR IMPOSE ANY FURTHER RESTRICTIONS THAT
IN HIS OPINION DO NOT ALTER THE MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE REQUIREMENTS. NO
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY SHALL RESULT FROM SUCH ALTERATION OF
ALL PARTICIPANTS SHOULD KEEP THE
FOLLOWING IN MIND: IF THE RULES DON'T SAY YOU CAN DO IT, YOU CAN'T.
ANY MODIFICATION TO ANY PART IS
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL BY CORBIN SPEEDWAY OFFICIALS.
IMPORTANT: Any division or series
not listed in Corbin Speedway’s rules shall be considered a
“visiting” series and rules regarding their technical specifications
will be governed by their own club or sanctioning organization.
1. The track Is
privately owned. Your right to participate can be revoked at any
time for violation of any rule.
2. The conduct of
the driver, crew members and car owner is the responsibility of, and
a reflection on, the driver. Conduct detrimental to the sport will
not be tolerated, and all participants are expected to conduct
3. Drivers will
not be permitted to stop on the track to question the flagman or any
track official. Any driver doing so will be subject to
disqualification for the remainder of the program.
4. The flagstand,
infield, scoring tower, and announcer's position are OFF LIMITS to
all persons other than officials without express permission of the
director of competition. Violation of this rule will subject the car
represented by the guilty party to disqualification.
5. Fighting will
not be tolerated. All incidents will be referred to the appropriate
law enforcement agency and appropriate penalties will be assessed by
6. Any unlawful
activity will be reported to appropriate law enforcement agency and
appropriate penalties will be assessed by track officials.
7. No alcoholic
beverages, drugs, or weapons will be permitted on speedway property.
8. Anyone entering
the pits must purchase a pit pass and sign a release to enter pit
area. Employees, vendors, and those with season pit passes or
complimentary pit passes must also sign release. Purchase of a pit
pass permits a driver to participate in only one (1) series or
division for that event. Participation in any other series or
division will require purchase of a separate pit pass at the regular
rate of $25 for each additional series or division.
9. All drivers
must register their full name, social security number, address,
phone number, car number and class with track officials before
racing. Each driver must complete and execute a W-9 form and
biographical form each season.
1. Drivers MUST be
2. $25 will be the
regular pit pass fee.
participants must adhere to track insurance regulations. Drivers in
all series or divisions are subject to approval by track officials.
4. Drivers MUST be
14 years of age to compete in any division or series with the
exception of Mini-Cup. Anyone under 18 years of age competing
in any series or division must have parental consent form on file
with the track. Drivers seven (7) years of age through 14 may
compete in Mini-Cup
subject to track approval. The track management reserves
the right to approve or disapprove any driver, regardless of age,
depending on skill level demonstrated.
5. If a series or
division has a season sponsor or a contingency sponsor,
participating cars must display a decal in the designated position
if provided by the sponsor or track.
6. A single car
may not compete in more than one series or division per night.
7. Only race team
service vehicles will be permitted in the pit area without express
permission from the director of competition.
8. The number of
cars starting the feature race in any series or division will be
subject to the track's discretion. A consolation race may be
scheduled to fill the final spots in a feature race. Track
management reserves the right to line up the start of any race in
any manner or fashion to promote competition.
9. After a car has
been qualified it cannot be requalified for any reason. Any driver
changes must be reported to track officials, and the change will
result in that car starting from the rear in the consolation race.
If there is no consolation race, the car will start at the rear of
the feature. Failure to report driver changes will subject the car
to disqualification for the night, with other penalties possible at
the discretion of track management.
10. Rough driving
will not be tolerated, and will be dealt with severely, with
possible penalties to include forfeiture of prize monies and points
due the competitor, and other point penalties if officials deem it
applicable. Repeated offenses may result in disqualification for an
indefinite period, including the remainder of the season if deemed
suitable by officials. Cars may be sent to the rear of the field
even though neither car has spun or has brought out the caution
flag. Track officials’ judgment will prevail in all cases.
11. In the event of
a caution flag period, cars will NOT race back to the caution flag.
If the white flag has been displayed to the leader, cars will race
back to the checkered at the discretion of the flagman. Deliberate
spinning or otherwise damaging of a competitor on the final lap in
such situations will result in the offending car being placed at the
rear of the lead lap cars in the final finishing order and the
offended car being awarded the position in which it was placed prior
to the incident. Officials' judgment will prevail in such cases.
12. For restarts
following a caution flag, the field will be lined up in double file according to the running order of the
last green flag lap. The car at fault in the incident causing the
caution flag will be sent to the rear of the feld for the restart,
while the offended car will be allowed to retake his or her
position. Officials’ decisions will prevail in regard to incidents
in which a competitor is deliberately spun or damaged by another, or
in which a car takes action to avoid the incident. Cars which have
been lapped will be placed at the rear of the restart field
according to their running position.
13. The pole sitter
will determine the pace of the start at the discretion and direction
of the starter/flagman, and the lead car on restarts will determine
the pace of the restart. The starter/flagman will have discretion
over this area and the authority to direct the pole sitter if
14. All starts and
restarts will take place on display of the green flag by the
flagman, regardless of the cars’ positions on the track. No passing
will be allowed on any start or restart until the green flag has
been displayed. The green flag will be displayed for starts and
restarts when the field reaches the the line located at the exit of
Turn 4. “Jumping” a start may result in the offending car being sent
to the rear of the field.
15. The red flag
means STOP. Drivers must slow down as quickly as safely possible and
stop. The driver must remain in the car under red flag conditions.
In conditions of extreme heat, drivers may be given verbal
permission by track officials to exit the car. However, no
adjustments or repairs may be made to the car with hands, tools, or
by any other means. Drivers who exit their car without express
permission from track officials, and cars on which any work is
performed, will be subject to immediate disqualification from that
race, and if disqualified will receive no money or points for that
particular race. Any car which passes the scene of the accident
which caused the red flag condition after having already passed
under the red flag will be disqualified for the remainder of that
particular race. In the event of an accident too close to the
start/finish line to allow cars to stop in time, officials’ judgment
as to intent will apply.
experiencing flat tires must go to the infield or pit area
17. Cars with an
issue under the caution flag will be allowed to pit, and will be
given a maximum of three (3) laps under the caution to correct the
problem and return to the track. Placement in the field will be at
18. Any cars leaving
the track and entering the pit area must maintain a safe speed.
Speeding in the pit area WILL NOT be tolerated. Offenders are
subject to disqualification from that day's events and possible
permanent disqualification from future events.
19. When the layover
flag is displayed, the car to which it is displayed must move to the
outside of the track unless other instructions are given to drivers
prior to the event. If the layover flag or the black flag is
ignored consistently, the car to which it is displayed will not be
credited with remaining laps.
20. Any race may be
declared officially complete at officials' discretion if the halfway
point has been reached, or if an inordinate time delay is expected
prior to the track being ready for competition.
21. Cars which do
not report to the lineup on time will go to the rear if the field
has started to move, unless ordered to take their original starting
position by track officials.
22. The driver is
responsible for having the car in line for practice, qualifications
and racing. If a car can not be qualified with its series, it will
start in the rear of the feature or, if a consolation race is
necessary, at the rear of the consolation race.
23. All weight will
be determined by track scales.
24. No traction
control devices of any kind will be permitted in any series.\
25. No use of
nitrous oxide or any other performance-enhancing fuel additives will
26. Track management
reserves the right to allow or deny any car or any driver from
27. Track management
reserves the right to have any car inspected at any time. Regular
technical inspection will take place before and after races. Any car
found illegal will be disqualified for the night and will forfeit
all money and points won for the night. The top three finishing cars
in any feature race must report to the tech area in the infield for
inspection. Failure to do so, or to report for inspection when
directed to do so will be considered an admission of guilt and will
result in disqualification.
1. Approved full
fire suits (top and bottom, in good repair), approved helmets, head
and neck restraits or padded neck supports, and fire extinguishers
are mandatory equipment in all classes whenever a car enters the
competition area. Fire extinguisher must be freshly charged and be
within driver’s reach and have a working gauge. Halon systems will
2. Electric fuel
pumps will be permitted only in the Modified Mini and Slammer series
under rules specified for those series.
3. Approved fuel
cells will be required in Late Model, Super Street, and Pure Street
series. Approved fuel cells are strongly recommended in all series.
Bottom edge of fuel cells must be at least 10" off the ground and
protected on all sides. 23 gallon maximum fuel cell permitted unless
otherwise specified in series rules. Fuel pickups must be on top of
4. Drive shafts
are to be painted white and have approved safety loop.
5. Any injury must
be reported to track officials before leaving speedway property.
6. All cars must
have clearly marked “on-off” ignition switches within reach from
outside the car.
7. Any battery in
driver's compartment must be secured and covered.
8. Nylon mesh
window nets are mandatory in all classes.
9. Any fuel lines
within the driver's compartment must be steel braided or run through
aluminum racing seat will be required in all series. No fiberglass
seats will be permitted.
11. In the interest
of safety it is strongly recommended all accelerator pedals have
mechanical return provision. Toe return pedal is recommended, along
with two safety return springs mounted from two different points.
12. Safety harness
must be SFI approved and no more than five years old according to
manufacturer's date label. Manufacturer's date label must be
13. Any car
appearing to be leaking or smoking excessively may be disqualified.
14. All added weight
must be bolted and/or welded securely. Unapproved fastening of
weight will not be permitted.
15. All cars wiil be
expected to undergo a safety inspection prior to participating in
any competition. There will be no cost for this process. Upon
completion of the safety inspection, any item or area deemed unsafe
must be corrected to the satisfaction of the inspecting officials
before the car will be allowed to compete.
1. Any intentional
dumping of oil, fuel, or used tires on speedway property is against
the law and will be prosecuted.
2. Rainout policy
shall be as follows:
A. If any
feature has been completed, the program for that evening will be
considered complete. If the program is called complete during a
race, that division will receive scheduled pay according to where
each car was scored on the last completed lap. If a division has
not yet raced and the program is called complete, the cars which
qualified and/or competed in a heat race for that division will
receive start money.
B. If no
feature has been completed, the entire program will be postponed
until the following weekend, including qualifying and those races
which have already been run. No divisions will receive a payout on
the night of the postponement. All armbands for the pit and
grandstand area will be honored for the next regular event only.
Armbands must be presented at the ticket gate. Registration of a
racecar on the night of the postponed event does not count as an
C. If the
postponed event falls on the weekend before a special event, the
postponed event will be scheduled for the first available weekend
following the special event.
3. No removal,
alteration or covering of sidewall markings of tires will be
permitted. No removal, alteration or covering of any parts number
from any mechanical part will be permitted. Violation of this rule
will result in disqualification. If the situation can be corrected
on the spot, the car will be put on rear of its feature or
4. Vehicles in all
series must have a pick-up hook for wrecker. Disabled cars may be
pushed to infield or taken to pit area, whichever is quicker, until
race is complete. The track is not responsible for any damage to any
5. No obscene
lettering or decals, anything sexually suggestive, or derogatory
lettering will be permitted on any car. All numbers must be of
sufficient size and contrasting color to be seen from grandstands
and scoring tower. Numbers on top must face passenger side of the
car, and must be a minimum of 24 inches in height. Car numbers must
be on windshield in upper right corner at least 4 inches in height.
6. Numbers must be
registered with Corbin Speedway. There is a $25 annual fee for
registering a car number, and this will be part of the license
registration. Car numbers will be given on a first-come, first-serve
basis with the exception that cars will be permitted to retain their
number from the previous year if the number is registered in a
timely manner. No points will be awarded to any driver unless he or
she is driving a car for which a number has been properly
7. For the sake of
time, the track reserves the right to cancel qualifying and line up
races in any manner.
cars may be permitted to race in any series or division by adding
weight as determined by officials in order to promote competition.
9. All cars in all
series or divisions must have reverse gear in working order and at
least 2 forward gears in working order.
10. Car body parts
lost during race will be taken into consideration for weight loss
following feature races.
11. No fuel
additives will be permitted.
12. Carburetors must
be mounted straight forward.
13. Single radiator
permitted, must be mounted in front of engine. Overflow must be
directed at windshield with no alterations of sheet metal.
14. Absolutely no
antifreeze will be permitted. A $50 fine will be assessed for a car
found to contain antifreeze whether or not antifreeze is spilled.
15. Side window
openings must maintain stock size and configuration. Side vent
window may not exceed 12 inches in length measured from windshield
(‘A’ post) at lowest point, and must continue 90 degrees upward from
mounted rear view mirrors will be allowed in all divisions and their
use is encouraged. Mirrors must be within the contour of the body of
18. In all classes,
a small round mirror, no more than three inches in diameter, must be
mounted on the forward pillar (the A pillar) of the driver-side
door, and must not extend outward more than the contour of the body.
19. Two-way radios
will be allowed in all divisions and their use is encouraged.
Frequencies must be made available to speedway officials.
20. The starter will
take action at his discretion when improper driving is observed.
21. All engines must
meet standard external measurements.
22. Dry sump oil
systems will be allowed.
23. Noise levels
will be monitored in all series. Minimum acceptable mufflers will
be supplied by the track at cost. Exhaust must exit behind the
driver. Cars may not register more than 100 decibels, measured 100
feet from the track.
24. Lexan or
comparable front and rear windshields will be required on all Late
Models and Sportsman cars.
25. Lexan or
comparable front windshield will be required in all other series.
26. No driver's side
door windows may be enclosed in any series.
E. CLAIMING & PROTESTS
1. In situations
involving engine or shock claims/protests as covered under series
rules, the claim/protest money and protest in writing must be
presented to the director of competition within five (5) minutes of
the completion of the feature race. First refusal to surrender the
claimed item or refusal of inspection under the rules as listed will
result in suspension of the driver and car of the item being
protested for two (2) racing events. Second refusal will result in
2. Only drivers
participating in the feature race that evening are eligible to file
a protest Drivers may only protest a car which has finished in
front of them in the feature race.
1. Any refusal to
submit a vehicle or part for inspection when required or requested
by track officials will be considered an admission of guilt, and
will result in disqualification, forfeiture of money and points for
the race program involved, plus any suspension deemed proper by
procedure - after protest has been properly filed, officials will
check the items protested. Neither the driver initiating the protest
or anyone connected with his or her car will be allowed in the area
of the inspection. The driver initiating the protest will be
informed of the results of the inspection.