Clarification of new FASCAR Rules for Under Age 14 Drivers
Orlando, FL (December 13, 2007) There has been alot of confusion since FASCAR announced that anyone under 14 will no longer be allowed to race at any FASCAR tracks. This release will clarify for everyone exactly what it means.--Advertisement--
Anyone under the age of 14 can no longer race at any FASCAR track with the exception of Bandolero Bandits, Young Guns, Legends, and Thunder Roadsters.. INEX600 carries their own insurance for their licensed drivers and you must be licensed by 600 to race at Orlando SpeedWorld. If you do not have a 600 license, you will not be allowed to race. The under 14 age requirement does include all other divisions.
All drivers under the age of 18 will now be required to get an extra medical policy from the track insurance company which covers a driver at any track around the country as long as they are in a racecar. Cost is $400.00 per year effective from January to December and must be purchased by January 1, 2008. Kim Brown will be at Orlando SpeedWorld this weekend with the forms but you can call for a form to be faxed or mailed to you at 386-427-4129, ext. 0. When the insurance receives your completed form and check, they will immediately notify Kim Brown and a card will be sent to the policy holder for proof of insurance.
Anyone under the age of 18 in a upper class - Sportsman, Modified, Late Model, Super Late Model, Truck, etc. must complete a racing resume with prior experience in racing. Please contact Kim Brown for form.
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