NEXT Meeting Thursday May 8th
Breakfast Buffet June 1st ELKs
Registration for 2003 $ 25.00 -ASAP
Local Derby Race - June 22nd
66th All-American Race Akron Ohio July 26th____________________________________________
Local Race Day Rules
1. Sportsmanship race day, lets see some from the children and parents. No horse play in the pit area.
2. Only one parent per child in the pit area. Unauthorized people will not be permitted in the pit area. This will help us keep confusion to a minimum.
3. All racers will wear Soap Box Derby shirt provided. Long pants or long shorts are permitted; shoes are required. NO OPEN TOE SHOES
4. No alterations on helmets, this includes names and numbers either painted on or decals. All helmets must be worn with brim pointing down the hill.
5. If you leave the pit area please notify topside director or another official.
6. Each Raceer should provide their own survival kit, consisting of a spray bottle, towel, small cooler, water and a light lunch.
7. All racers and parents are asked to stay behind ramps (lines will be provided).
8. When coming down the hill if any contact is made, both cars must stop. A decision will be made, as to who is at fault. If you have any problems with your car, use your brake and stop your car.
9. There will be trashcans in the pit area and the bottom of the hill please use them as we are the ones responsible for clean up.
10. All racers will make trial runs. No exceptions. NO TRIAL RUNS.. NO RACE
11. Please follow rules in the rule book. Any mistakes must be corrected before you race, no exceptions.
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