It’s Time for ROAR to Update Their Rules [FAST LAPS]

It’s Time for ROAR to Update Their Rules [FAST LAPS]

Racing needs rules. Without them there would be no guidelines and confusion would rein. But what happens when the rules are so vague, outdated or confusing that their relevance is useless? Thumbing through the latest rulebook and you’ll see a lot of rules with a ton of detail. It can be overwhelming, but fortunately the rules are organized in to sections with an easy to follow system. The important thing is, ROAR is our governing body and like other sports such as NASCAR is relied on for guidelines and to establish the criteria we all need to follow. Not all races or club tracks are ROAR sanctioned, but it is still the most universally accepted standard we all look to for guidance…

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ROAR needs to update and better define their rules in order for classes to stay healthy and grow.

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Updated: March 2, 2016 — 10:02 AM
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