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Thompson Kart

Raceway
















www.CKRA.org








CKRA
Mission Statement


"
A fun, safe, family oriented
club, dedicated
to promoting and
developing the sport of kart racing

in Northeast Ohio"





Version 3:
Updated March 13, 2010
2010

OFFICERS AND TRUSTEES




David Kalb





Michelle English



President





Treasurer



330/562
-
0986




440/236
-
5625




John Burton




Sam Ritondaro



Vice President




Secretary



440/942
-
1620 440/285
-
3416


Trustees:

Patrick Brzeczkowski

Ian English

Doug Cross

Jim Bentley

Nick Cotton




A special thanks to the following
sponsors for supporting the
2010

season at CKRA:







2010


CKRA SCHEDU
LE




MONTH

DATE

DAY

EVENT

April

3

Sat

Work*2*Practice


10

Sat

Work*2*Practice


11

Sun

Work*2*Practice


17

Sat

Practice 1pm
-
7pm


18

Sun

POINTS RACE #1


28

Wed

Practice 6pm
-
dark





May

1

Sat

Practice 1pm
-
7pm


2

Sun

POINTS RACE #2


8

Sat

Practice

1pm
-
7pm


12

Wed

Practice 6pm
-
dark


15

Sat

Practice 1pm
-
7pm
Driver’s School


16

Sun

POINTS RACE #3


26

Wed

Practice 6pm
-
dark


29

Sat

Practice 1pm
-
7pm


30

Sun

POINTS RACE #4





June

9

Wed

Practice 6pm
-
dark


12

Sat

POINTS RACE #5 (Night Race)


13

Sun

POINTS RACE #6

(50 lap
Sr
.

Animal)


26

Sat

Practice 1pm
-
7pm
Driver’s School





July

7

Wed

Practice 6pm
-
dark


10

Sat

POINTS RACE #7 (Night Race)


11

Sun

Tire Load Loading & Club Cookout


16

Fri

EGP

Setup

& Practice


17

Sat

EGP
Practice

/ Corpor
ate Shootout


18

Sun

**EASTLAKE GRAND PRIX**

POINTS RACE #8





August

7

Sat

Practice 1pm
-
7pm


8

Sun

POINTS RACE #9


21

Sat

POINTS RACE #10 (Night Race)


22

Sun

POINTS RACE #11 (50 lap Sr
.

Can
)





September

5

Sun

POINTS RACE #12


19

Sun

POINTS

RACE #13


26

Sun

POINTS RACE #14





October

9

Sat

Practice 1pm
-
7pm


10

Sun

POINTS RACE #15



24

Sun

POINTS RACE #16


30

Sat

POINTS RACE #17

Trick or Treat





November

7

Sun

FUN RACE



Sunday Races


9:00 Gates open

9:30 Registration opens

10:30 Practice starts

11:00 Registration closes

11:45 Driver's meeting

12:00 Racing Starts

Heat one 12

laps

Heat t
wo 12 laps

Intermission

Feature race 16 laps

Total of 40 laps of racing

(Race #6 & 11
, timed
qualifying will replace one
heat race)

*********************

Saturday Night Races

Gates open 1pm

Practice 2
-
4:30pm

Drivers Meeting 5pm

Heat Races 5:30pm

*******
**************

Fees

Gat e Fee $6

(7 & under free)

Race
Ent ry
Fee $27

(
Includes

pit pass

and one class
)

Addit ional
Class
Ent ry Fee $13

Addit ional pit pass
$5

Wed
nesday

practice $10

Sat
urday

practice $15

4
th

ANNUAL

EASTLAKE

GRAND PRIX

************
*********

SUNDAY, JULY

18
TH

CAPTAI
NS STADIUM

PARKING LOT

EASTLAKE

********************

SCHEDULE

July 11
th
, tire loading

Thompson

July 16
th
, setup

July 17
th
,
practice

JU
LY 18
TH
, race




2010

CKRA Regulations


These regulations are based on the

WKA regula
tions stipulated in the WKA 2010

technical manual. CKRA
will follow
all

of the WKA regulations with
exceptions

as listed herein. The list of exceptions refers to the
regulation section number and states the exception to said regulation.

A WKA
2010

Technical Manual
may be purchased from the
World Karting Association (
http://www.worldkarting.com
).



Changes for the
2010 season are highlighted in yellow.


General Regulations
-

Section 100


Note: many of these regulations are wording specific for
"WKA events" and in such cases, where
applicable, these regulations are to be interpreted for "CKRA events" also. Section 101.5 refers to "spirit
and intent" of the rules, and to carry this a step further, CKRA will use the spirit and intent of our club's
mission statement in interpreting and enforcing any and all rules. Furthermore, we reserve the right to
deny entry to any club event, any individual, for any or no reason in order to pursue that contained in our
mission statement. Our club racing is in ali
gnment with manufacturer's cup (2 cycle) and gold cup (4
cycle) sprint racing, and therefore excludes all regulations relative to road racing, speedway and champ
kart.

103.1.1

CKRA requires proof of age in the form of a certified birth certificate for all

drivers under the age
of 18.

103.2.2

A driver who reaches the minimum eligibility age for a class
within the calendar year

of the CKRA
season may move up early with board approval. Requests must be submitted in writing. Approval requires
a majority vote b
y the board. Driver's experience level and skill should be closely evaluated prior to board
vote. Approval to move

up can only be granted for age

classes 8
-
12 and 12
-
15. Drivers may not move up
early to the senior classes.

104.4

Driver of record must be th
e competitor. No relief drivers.

105.1

All drivers shall conduct themselves in an orderly manner. Physical violence or abuse of any
individual will subject the offender to immediate ejection from the site and possible suspension of
membership status.

105
.2

Verbal abuse or threats directed at any individual at any CKRA event will subject the offender to
immediate ejection from the event and possible suspension of membership status. In our continuing effort
to maintain a family friendly atmosphere, no foul
or obscene language will be tolerated. Foul or obscene
language will result in immediate ejection from the event and possible susp
ension of membership status.
Posts to the

CKRA
mes
sage forum (www.ckra.org/forum/) are also covered under this rule
.

105.4

Dr
ivers are responsible for the control and actions of their pit crewmembers and accompanying
guests. Unacceptable actions of crewmembers may subject the driver to penalty or disqualification or
suspension of membership status.

105.6

All drivers are require
d to attend all drivers meetings. Juvenile drivers must be accompanied by
their "crew chief".

106.2

The spirit and intent of sportsmanlike racing competition is to proceed on the track without
touching or endangering the vehicles of fellow participants. I
f in the judgment of the presiding officials, a
participant is bumping, crowding, chopping, blocking or pushing other participants in other than an
inadvertent manner, that participant shall be subject to immediate disqualification and possible suspension
of membership status. In practice or in race, any unsportsmanlike conduct after checkered flag may result
in disqualification and/or suspension at the discretion of the race director. We emphasize "inadvertent"!
Race officials will have the authority to ma
ke such decisions without question. Sections 106.2.1 and
106.2.2

still apply and provide definitions for unsportsmanlike driving and unsafe driving respectively.

CKRA Passing Rule
-

An overtaking driver who is halfway up on another kart is entitled to fai
r racing room
so that both karts can complete a turn side by side on the racing surface without contact. Halfway up is
defined as the overtaking kart's front tire being ahead of the rear tire of the kart being passed. Any driver
not sharing the racing surf
ace according to this rule shall be subject to disqualification and will be black
-
flagged. More than one driver may be black flagged for the same incident. Any driver making a late
"diving move" causing another kart to go four wheels off of the racing surf
ace will be subject to a black
flag and disqualification. REMEMBER
-

Safety is always the foremost factor.

106.3

Participants about to be lapped by faster competitors are responsible for being aware of the
approaching faster karts and must yield the race
line until the faster karts have passed. Lapped karts will
observe the passing (blue) flag or may be subject to disqualification. The blue flag is not just information;
it is an order to give way.

Adults only should assist in removal of kart. Juveniles sh
ould remain in the kart until instructed otherwise
by the corner workers. You are somewhat protected by bumpers and nerf bars while in the kart even if it's
in a precarious location. We don't want you getting out of your kart and stepping out in front of a
nother
kart. Remember to get those hands up to signal the other drivers.

106.7

Point of no return. Once any part of a kart passes the designated line on the entrance to the track
it may not be restarted unless it can be restarted by onboard means and the
driver is in any senior class
or 50cc Kid Karts. 50cc Kid Karts will be started by an adult while the driver stays in the kart. Qualified
seniors will start themselves provided they can do so safely and in a timely manner. Onboard means
include pull starte
rs permanently mounted to the engine or electric starters as used on TAG karts.
Separate, stand alone hand held electric starters may only be used inside the grid area.

106.10

In addition to what is presented at the drivers' meeting, the following shall a
pply:

If a kart drops out during warm
-
up lap(s) or pace lap, both rows will move forward until the gaps are
filled. If a kart does not line up on the false grid, then positions will be criss
-
crossed if time allows;
otherwise the rows will move straight ah
ead until the gaps are filled.

The number of warm
-
up laps will be announced at the drivers' meeting and can be as few as zero (0).

106.15

In addition to section 106.15 in its entirety, if all karts are brought back in for a complete restart,
(no laps com
pleted), then any stalled kart(s) are also brought back in and will start in their original
position.

106.18

Drivers may drop one (1) and only one black flag disqualification (DQ) for on track behavior. Any
future infractions must be counted against seaso
n end points. All else applies for this rule.

106.20

Due to the size of our track, there will be 60 seconds to exit the grid from the command to fire
engines. We do not have a hot pit. Rule 106.7 as defined above shall apply to stalled karts. Refusal to
m
ove a stalled kart from the racing surface to a safe location is grounds for disqualification for the day.

107.8

Skateboards, bicycles, scooters, rollerblades, etc. are not permitted anywhere there is pedestrian
traffic.

108.2

When head flagman displays
a single yellow flag, it is a local yellow. Double yellow flags displayed
by head flagman indicate a full course yellow.

110.2

All protests must be in writing on official CKRA protest form. NO verbal protest will be excepted.
Protests will be reviewed by a

quorum of the Officers and trustees present at the event, as well as any
course volunteers and acting Race Director. There is no appeal procedure and all rulings will be final.


Manufacturers cup regulations (2 cycle)
-

section 200

202.1

Tire brands and

compounds opened.

202.2

6" diameter rims are also allowed.

203.4

Rear axle up to 50mm also allowed

208
Bodywork according to gold cup (4 cycle) section 258 is permitted to run in 2 cycle classes. Lower
cross bar per figure 209.3.5 is required to run in

2 cycle classes. Ballast per 201.10 at front bumper is
superceded by 251.10.

208.2

CIK style noses are not required to use "break away" mounting and entrant will not necessarily get
DQ if it falls off. However, entrant will get black flag if earned throu
gh misuse of nose.

208.5
.1 The side pod dimensions as described will apply though the method for measuring the maximum
protrusion of the rear tire outside the sidepod will be measured differently. A straight edge will be placed
across the outermost surfac
es of each rear tire and a 1.510" high block may NOT fit between the straight
edge and the sidepod on either side. Failure to meet this rule is a technical DQ.

208.8

Numbers should be 6" high, black on white background. Any scoring discrepancies due to nu
mbers
of improper color are without grounds and shall automatically be dismissed.

209.3

Rear Bumper: All karts(2 and 4 cycle)

must be equipped with a rear bumper to protect the driver
and kart from rear impact and to keep a following kart from reaching th
e rear tires. The bumper may be
either CIK style "rear wheel protection" or a double bar design.

209.3.1

Construction: Double bar bumpers must be constructed of steel tubing with a minimum diameter
of 0.630"(16mm) with a minimum wall thickness of 0.065". T
he complete bumper assembly must be
fastened to the frame at a minimum of 2 points to the 2 main chassis tubes.

209.3.2

Double Bar Bumper Height: Top bar must be located no more than 12" and no less than 6 1/2"
above the ground plane as measured from the t
op of the bar to the ground plane as raced with the driver
seated in the normal driving position. The bottom of the bottom bar must be no lower than the bottom of
the frame, and the top of the bottom bar must be no higher than the bottom of the rear axle.
The bottom
bar may be interrupted in the space between the rear frame rails if there is a rear cross member that
serves as a part of the rear bumper. The bottom bar may have a slip joint located between the frame rails
to allow from frame flex. See Figure
209

209.3.3

Maximum Width: The ends of the bumper shall not extend beyond the outside of the rear tires.

209.3.4

Minimum Width: The bumper shall extend to at least the center of the rear tires as raced.

209.3.5

Double Bar Bumper Design: The ends of the up
per and lower tubes must be connected.
Connection may be tube bent 180 degrees or by bending the top tube to meet the bottom tube with the
upper ends of the tube bent down to meet the bottom tube. 90
-
degree corners at the end of the upper
tube are not allo
wed. Additional horizontal and vertical tubes are allowed with in the dimensions listed
above. The top horizontal tube must be directly above or to the rear of the bottom tube. The bumper may
be tilted to the rear by up to 45 degrees from the vertical plan
e.

209.3.6

Adjustable Width: The bumper may be designed so that the overall width may be adjustable to
fit rear tread width. Such design must provide for the same protection as non
-
adjustable bumpers.

209.3.7

Bumper Location: The bumper must be at least 2"

behind the rear tire at its closest point to the
tire.(excludes CIK rear spoiler)

209.3.8

Measurement: Measurement of all specifications shall be taken as raced.

209.3.9 CKRA Supplementary Regulations: In the 4 cycle Jr. Sportsman and Briggs Restricted Jr
. classes
only...The rear bumper can be interrupted between the frame rails.

* CKRA reserves the right to deny a bumper design/construction if it is believed to not give adequate
protection or poses a risk to others.

212.1

Wet weather conditions is not an
issue because we will not run in the rain. (except E.G.P.)

212.5

Event format is blind draw for starting position of first heat. Invert that order for second heat.
Points earned in heats only determine starting position for feature race and do not count to
wards year
-
end awards. (tiebreaker for heat points is previous blind draw) points earned in feature count toward
year
-
end awards.

212.7

Technical DQ causes points to be zero.

212.7.1

Points are only awarded for finishing order in the feature. Black flag
during feature is a DQ and
receives zero points.

212.8

Rain outs: if all heat races are completed and feature gets rained out, competitors in rained out
classes will get scored as if the feature was run with the finishing order the same as the starting or
der,
and event is concluded. If rain out occurs before all heat races are completed, all heats get nullified and
race is a rain out.



Gold cup regulations (4 cycle)
-

section 250


258.5.1

In addition to 258.5.1 in its entirety, the protrusion of rear tir
es outboard the sidepods will also
be limited. A straight edge will be placed across the outermost surfaces of each rear tire and a 1.510" high
block may NOT fit between the straight edge and the sidepod on either side.

258.8

Numbers should be 6" high, bl
ack on white background.

259.3.4

Bumper mounted oil catch cans are allowed as long as reasonably shielded by the bumper and
reasonably attached per discretion of pre
-
tech inspector. A leaky or loose catch can will earn you a black
flag, even if you passed

pre
-
tech.

262.1

through
262.7

(see 212.1 through 212.8)



BRIGGS ANIMAL CLAIMER CLASS RULES (CKRA)


Stock as per WKA Tech Manual with the following exceptions: All engines are subject to tech inspection as
per all class rules.


1) Engine is to remain s
tock as shipped from the factory with no blueprinting, machining or re
-
machining
other then where CKRA rules permit for maintenance or rebuilding.

2) Cam will be visually teched against OEM Stock Cam. No blueprinted ground stock cams allowed. Cam
lift and

timing per current WKA stock regulations. Easy
-
Spin must be in place.

3) Max overbore is .010 inches to allow for rebuilding.

4) Exhaust: Robertson "super snake" pipe, part no. AP3058G or AP3058A are the only legal exhaust. Must
be unaltered and use RLVB
91XL silencer. Exhaust may be repair welded but must be unaltered.

5) Clutch: Noram GE Series clutch is the only legal clutch. Norams light or heavy shoes. No coated shoes
allowed. Springs are non
-
tech items. Shoes may have cleaning slots. Clutch cooler i
s allowed.

6) Ignition Timing: 25 degrees max advance measured at leading edge of magnet to trailing (forward)
edge of coil at the very base of coil with Briggs coil, any or no flywheel key is accepted. With PVL ignition,
max advance 20 degrees measured a
t leading edge of magnet to trailing (forward) edge of the coil at the
very base of coil. PVL ignition system must run stock flywheel key (unaltered). Minimum key width is .183
inches. CKRA reserves the right to adjust these rules in the interest of perfor
mance equality.

7) Any unaltered Walbro jets allowed.

8) Flywheel: Either flywheel part no. 555612 (2003) or part no. 555625 with plastic fins assemble part no.
555526 (2005) allowed with stock Briggs Animal magneto or (2007) PVL flywheel and magneto.

9) Valve lapping is allowed.

10) CKRA may use known stock parts as comparison for tech.


CLAIMING RULE


Any competitor racing in the Animal class may have their motor claimed by another competitor in the
class.

The person claiming another's motor must
give written notice to the race director prior to the start
of the feature race. Motor will be turned over following the feature. The amount is A.P.S. current regular
price (not special price) plus $25.00. In addition they will pay 6.5% sales tax. The engi
ne will be complete
minus clutch, mount, air cleaner, throttle cable, chain guards, carb jets and throttle needle, fuel pump, oil
fill cap with pulse fitting and exhaust. The Engine will be teched to assure it is legal and the club will
mediate the process
. If an engine is found to be illegal (non
-
compliant to rules) the claimer will receive
their money back. CKRA will reserve the right to retain any non
-
compliant motor at owner’s expense.
Officers and Trustees may make alternative concessions if a particul
ar situation justifies it. A claimed
engine CAN NOT be reclaimed by the original owner in the same season. ANY unsportsmanlike conduct
during any part of this process is grounds for removal from club and membership privileges being
revoked. The administrat
ion also will hold the right to claim a competitors engine if a majority of the
Officers and Trustees present at an event see fit. Any competitor refusing to let another competitor claim
their motor will forfeit all season points and be suspended from comp
etition in any CKRA events for the
remainder of the season.

This Animal claimer class is a local class and currently run at Barberton Speedway, Fremont Raceway Park,
and Thompson Kart Raceway. We included the claimer rule to reduce the cost of being compe
titive
-

it is
designed with good, clean, affordable racing in mind. This rule eliminates the need for blueprinting the
motor to be competitive. We will also make adjustments in the minimum weights between the gas and
alcohol motors in the interest of main
taining a performance balance. Maximum kart weight (without
driver) on alcohol is 200lbs.


Technical inspections & engine specifications
-

sections 500 through 750

502.7 Calipers may be used in lieu of no
-
go gauges until such time as the club is wealthy
enough to put
out the big bucks to buy the no
-
go's.

554.3 No copper exhaust gaskets when using ssx
-
v supercan. (note: ssx
-
v is the only legal supercan ........
4 holes, all 90 degrees apart)

601.1 Air filter adapter may be anodized.

602.1 Use of yamaha
parts in the Comer
-
Arc engine is allowable.

750 The 4 cycle tech inspector may over
-
ride items similar in nature and reason to those exclusions listed
for 2 cycle regulations.



Point system
-

section 800


Section 800 point system is entirely excluded.
Points earned in heat races are only used to determine
starting position for the feature race and do not count toward year
-
end awards. Points awarded for
feature race will count toward year
-
end awards and will be according to finishing position. If you tak
e
the green flag, you will have a finishing position even if you DNF. A black flag is a technical DQ which
makes your points zero. Only one technical DQ may be dropped from points total per season. An engine
tech DQ for blatant cheating results in zero poi
nts for that event and must be counted towards season
points totals. Example, but not limited to: porting, illegal piston, cam or head. Race director’s decision is
final and not subject to appeal. The low pill number from the blind draw is pole for the fir
st heat. Heat
points are one for first, two for second, etc. And lowest total heat points gets pole for feature. (pill
numbers from previous blind draw will be tie breakers relative to total heat points)

Twelve karts is the maximum that CKRA will typicall
y run in any heat or feature. If entries exceed
twelve then two groups may be run (A & B). If two groups are to be run the drivers will be separated
by season points standings. Drivers in even position standings will be in group "A" and odd positions
stand
ings will be in group "B". The top three drivers from each group according to heat points standings
will transfer to the "A" main. All other drivers will compete in the "B" main with the top three finishers
from the "B" main transferring to the "A" main. S
eason points will be awarded with the "A" main
finishes first then "B" main finishes.

Points will be awarded as follows. (noe = number of entries, that class, that day)



Heat points


Finishing
Position

Feature Points


1

1

20 + noe

2

2

15 + noe

3

3

12 + noe

4

4

10 + noe

5

5

9 + noe

6

6

8 + noe

7

7

7 + noe

8

8

6 + noe

9

9

5 + noe

10

10

4 + noe

11

11

3 + noe

12

12

2 + noe

13

13

1 + noe

14 and up

14 and up

0 + noe

100

tech DQ

zero





Worker Bonus Point System


This is a raci
ng club of volunteers. All members are expected to do their part to help out. To be eligible
for season end awards you must have received your worker bonus points. The bonus points will be
awarded in the following manner. Total bonus points to be received
will be 100 points per driver per
class. Bonus points will not be awarded until all (100) worker points have been earned. Worker points
are accrued based on jobs performed with each job being worth different points based on the level of
effort for the job.

Volunteers are responsible to turn in worker points slip the day they work,
and it is your responsibility to get a receipt for working
. The following schedule shall be used
earning worker points:





Worker Point Schedule

Worker Job Title

Pts

Comments

Race Director

40

Prior approval and training required

Assistant Race Director

30

Required training to be Race Director

Corner Worker

35

Minimum of two corner workers per event. Maximum of four.

Head Flagman

35

Harder than it looks

Scale Worker

25

Must

weigh every kart every race

Registration

25

Prior training required. Worker points earned after training
complete.

Scoring

30

Prior training required. Worker points earned after training
complete.

50/50 Raffle

10+10

Social butterflies appreciated. 10 p
oints for doing 50/50 and 10
bonus points if split is over $100/$100

Main Gate/Trophy set
-
up

25

Gatekeeper/set out the days trophies

Concession stand

25

flippin' burgers and more

Concession stand
management

35

All shopping and preparation

Wed Practice

Sat Practice

20

25


Prior training required. Up to three workers per practice.

Prior training required. Up to three workers per practice.


You must reserve your work positions in advance. The worker schedule will have the posit
ions for the
season and no additional positions will be added.

If you fail to work on your scheduled day and do not make arrangements for someone to stand in for
you twenty (20) points will be deducted from your season points. The exception being family
e
mergencies.

In the event of rain/snow/inclement weather, you must be present unless notified by track officials as
excused, to receive worker points for the rainout.

It is the worker's responsibility to completely fill out the Worker Points Form each day

in order to receive
credit for working that day. Of particular importance is designating the driver to eventually receive the
bonus points. The Worker Points Form must be turned in the same day as the work to qualify for the
worker points.





CKRA Class Structure


Note: see the CKRA 2008 class structures list for exceptions and deviations from the associated class
structures listed in the WKA regulations. If any particular exception or deviation is not specifically
indicated, then go by wha
t WKA shows. WKA updates their regulations as necessary on about a monthly
basis and publishes it in the WKA magazine. CKRA reserves the right to also update regulations as
necess
ary and will note updates on the CKRA

website
(http://
www.CKRA.org
)
.






*
HGR Industrial Surplus

50cc Kid Karts

(WKA)
, age 5 to 7


Participation class per WKA rules to allow children to learn to race in a friendly, fun environment. No season points.
Participation trophies to each kid karter.

Parents of participants to agree as a group before each race whether restrictors should be
used for the day's kid
karters.


*
Tow Pro Trailers

Briggs Junior Sportsman
, age 8 to 12

Min. Wt. 265lbs for either WKA Gold Cup spec Raptor with purple plate (alcohol), or

CKRA "Claimer" spec Animal black plat
e .250(gas)

WKA Gold Cup bodywork rules plus the following:



Nose cone mandatory and may exceed 14" height if driver passes vision test per club rules.



Side panels mandatory



Driver fairing disallowed

CKRA reserves the right to make performance adjustme
nts in the interest of maintaining equality to the best of our
ability.

CKRA Animal claimer rules apply, see seperate regulations.


*
Federico Tire

2
Cycle Jr Sportsman
, age 8 to 12

CADET J
R Sportsman (80cc Cadet) per WKA class rules Engine: Comer K
-
80

Fuel: Gas and Oil

Wt. 23
5 lb
s
.


Overall maximum l
ength 72”,

Wheelbase 35” Min. and 41” max.

Y
amaha

JR Sportsman per WKA class rules

Engine: Yamaha KT100S, only heads with OEM casting "Ya
maha" and cylinders with Y3, Y4 or 787 are legal

Fuel: Gas and Oil Min.

Wt. 250 lb. Carburetor: Walbro WA55B or HPV1 with WA55B manifold

Spec Tire: Bridgestone YKC


If needed, we will make adjustments to class specs in the interest of maintaining equa
lity


*
Scheid’s Truc’N’Rv

Briggs Restricted Junior
, age 12 to 15

Wt. 325

lbs for WKA Gold Cup spec stock Raptor un
-
restricted(alcohol).

Wt. 300 lbs CKRA "Claimer" spec Animal w/.627 Horstman/Rocketech Gold restrictor (gas).


Wt. 325

lbs CKRA "Claimer"
spec Animal w/.699 Horstman/Rocketech Gold restrictor (gas).

Wt. 325

lbs for WKA Gold Cup spec stock Animal w/.575 black restrictor (alcohol)

Gold Cup bodywork rules apply to all engine choices CKRA reserves the right to make performance adjustments in
the
interest of maintaining equality to the best of our ability.

CKRA Animal claimer rules apply to CKRA spec Animals, see separate regulations.


*
Beasley Motorsports

Junior Supercan
, age 12 to 15

W.
310 lb, YAM and ARC (RLV, SSX
-
V)

Open engine clutch,

clutch is mandatory, NO axle clutches

Spec Tire: Bridgestone YKC



*
Cometic Gasket

Senior Animal
, 15 and up

345lbs. on gas 390lbs. on alcohol
-

maximum kart only weight for alcohol is 200lbs.

CKRA spec Animal Tech

Rules apply to both gas and alcohol motors CIK or 4 Cycle Gold Cup bodywork is permitted.
Rear bumper lower crossbar per figure 209.3.5 is required on all karts. Max width 55 1/8"

CKRA Animal claimer rules apply, see separate regulations.


*
American Powe
r Sports

Senior 2 Cycle

(Supercan), age 15 and up

345 lbs YAM and ARC (RLV, SSX
-
V)

350 lbs. YAM with old style cylinder(RLV, SSX
-
V)

385 lbs. YAM and ARC with RLV SBX muffler “Can on a Stick” (Spec 100)

400 lbs. Foreign piston port with RLV SBX muffler “
Can on a Stick” (PV92, P50, P51, K71, HPV, T50, RK100, PP100)

Header length 11” to 12”, with SBX muffler, measured from piston.

Max kart weight 190 lbs. Spec 100, and 205 lbs. foreign piston ports. (less driver)

Open engine clutch, clutch is mandatory, NO

axle clutches.

(If needed, we will make adjustments to class specs in the interest of maintaining equality)


*Yamaha/Piston Port
, age 15 and up
(run at special events o
nly
)

350 lb YAM and ARC, 370 lb PV92, P50, P51, K71, HPV, T50, RK100, PP100, BT
-
82

WB3
A carb, 1.780" max OD flex, open fixed pipe (fig 552.1)

Clutch optional, NO axle clutches


*
Novice Group
, 8 to 12 (instructional)

This group will be run on an as
-
needed basis to provide a place for new participants to learn to race without the
hazard of
running with seasoned veterans. The group will be comprised of 2 Cycle Jr Sportsman Comers and Yamahas
and Jr Sportsman Raptors and Animals. Finishing position will be as if they finished at the tail end of the appropriate
class. For example, if there were

6 entries in the 2 Cycle Jr Sportsman class, the highest finishing 2 Cycle Jr
Sportsman in the Novice Group would
receive

7th place points for the day. And so on with any other 2 Cycle Jr
Sportsman. The same practice would apply to the Jr. Sportsman Rapto
rs and Animals. The intent of this group is to
provide a less intense place to learn how to drive and race. This same concept can be applied to the Junior and Senior
classes if the number of entries warrant its use.


Please get a WKA rulebook and become f
amiliar with the rules. We will be following WKA rules with exceptions as
noted.

Open tires for all classes
,
except
as noted for
2
-
Cyc
le Jr Sportsman and Jr SuperCan
,


5" or 6" dia
meter

rims allowed for all classes.

2 cycle intake silencer is required (r
ef. section 551)

4 cycle muffler is required (ref section 701.2)