Box Stock Class Rules

K-1 class

Beginner Box Stock for kids age 5 to 8

With safety and fun the first considerations, the purpose of the K-1 class is to introduce young drivers to the fundamentals of karting and working more with the driver rather than the equipment. Everything from kart, engine, gear ratio and tires are specified for all competitors.

1. Combined kart & driver weight must meet the minimum requirement 280# at the end of each race.

2. Engine remain stock unaltered from manufacturer specs

3. Must run 87 octane pump gas only No fuel additives allowed

4. No heating, grinding, sanding, wire brush or chemicals on tires.

5. Gearing: 35 chain, ?? tooth driver, ?? tooth rear sprocket.

6. Bumpers and roll cage must not be altered from manufacturer specs

7. Tires size: ?? x ??-? on all wheel Brand and compound

8. Chain guard, clutch and chain altered from manufacturer specs

9. Low oil sensor may be unplugged.

10.  Carburetor: Carb MUST REMAIN STOCK.

11.  You must run the factory gas tank

12.  Recoil pull start only

13.  No Exceptions

A. If you are chosen for tech please do so without confrontation. If any confrontation is given you will forfeit your finish and points for the day.

B. All tech sessions will be held at end of the race day.

C. If chosen, please take kart directly to the designated tech area where there will be a track official to watch your equipment.

D.  Remove engine from kart if it passes visual inspection of clutch/pipe firsthand.

E. If found illegal you will be DQ’ed and suspended for 2 events, 2nd offence 1-year suspension.

  

Beginner Box Briggs 206
Drivers will compete for Track Champion Points top three will receive awards.

Drivers age 5 to 8

Weight 265 on track scales

Wing optional

Tread tires only with right rear being 50/55 compound

No tire prep, No tire wraps

Blower cover/pull rope starter must be present and remain stock

Raceceiver recommended mandatory Engine 

Briggs & Stratton LO206 sealed engine with Purple restrictor slide.

RLV pipe (#5507 or #5530) with RLV B91XL (part #4104) silencer/muffler.

Briggs & Stratton Green Air Filter Part #555729 only, outerwear allowed.

Note any clutch in 2020 - Clutch, any rim centrifugal clutch with a maximum of 9 springs and 6 shoes. Clutch must be used as shipped from the ORIGINAL manufacturer.

Premium Gasoline no greater than 94 octane sold at normal roadside fuel stations open to the public.

Locking cap Part #555726 on the carburetor slide cover must be installed. More engine Tech rules can be found at - http://www.briggsracing.com/latest-news/2019-206-outlaw-kart-rule-set-released 


Box Stock Briggs 206
Drivers will compete for Track Champion Points top three will receive awards.
Drives age 8 to 12
Weight 290 on track scales
Wing optional
Tread tires only with right rear being 50/55 compound
No tire prep, No tire wraps
Blower cover/pull rope starter must be present and remain stock
Raceceiver mandatory 
Engine
Briggs & Stratton LO206 sealed engine with Black slide part #555590.

RLV pipe (#5507 or #5530) with RLV B91XL (part #4104) silencer/muffler.

Briggs & Stratton Green Air Filter Part #555729 only, outerwear allowed.

Note any clutch in 2020 - Clutch, any rim centrifugal clutch with a maximum of 9 springs and 6 shoes. Clutch must be used as shipped from the ORIGINAL manufacturer.

Premium Gasoline no greater than 94 octane sold at normal roadside fuel stations open to the public.

More engine Tech rules can be found at - http://www.briggsracing.com/latest-news/2019-206-outlaw-kart-rule-set-released


Protest Rule
Protester must pay a $65.00 fee prior to the A-Main race to protest a kart in their class. A protest will be verbally accepted from the owner or driver only if his/her kart is in a race with the kart being protested. Cash must be accompanied with the verbal protest to the Tech official.
Protests must be made before the start of feature race. Item to be inspected must be specified i.e.: engine, kart frame, weight etc.
If the kart is found to be legal $40.00 of the bond money will be forfeited to the protested party and $25.00 will be retained for Tech official.


If you fail tech you will lose all Championship points accumulated for the year, all awards for the night and will not be allowed to compete at the next race at the speedway.

Refuses Tech you will lose all Championship points accumulated for the year, all awards for the night and will not be allowed to compete for the next race at the speedway.


NOTE: The track retains the option to inspect for Tech violations on any entry at the entrant’s own expense.

The Track Officials have the right to check weight, safety items, oil, tires, fuel, and or any part of the engine or chassis for violations at anytime.

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