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Modified Rules


The rules and regulations set forth herein do not express or imply any  Warranty of Safety from publication of or compliance with the rules and/or regulations, they are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport, and are in no way a guarantee against injury.


MANDATORY: Mufflers, Driving Gloves, Full Face Helmets, Raceivers,
Full Window Nets, Seatbelts (Not over 3 yrs old - Not worn or frayed)

1.      GENERAL RULES AND PROCEDURES

1.1.   The rules and/or regulations set forth herein do not express or imply warranty of safety from publication of or
compliance with these rules and/or regulations; they are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in
no way a guarantee against injury.

1.2.   U.M.P. may at anytime make amendments to the rules set forth.  Rule amendments will be posted online via
the U.M.P. web site and noted in the official U.M.P. newsletter.  

1.3.   U.M.P. rules shall apply at all U.M.P. sanctioned events.  Tracks which neglect to enforce U.M.P. rules may
lose their U.M.P. sanctioning and participation in State and National point’s competitions.

1.4.   U.M.P. officials shall have full authority over U.M.P. sanctioned events.  At the discretion of U.M.P. officials,
any competitor may be penalized for rule violations, hazardous actions or assaults/threats against any official.

1.5.   No car will qualify without inspector approval. All U.M.P. race cars are subject to be inspected by U.M.P.
officials at any time.

1.6.   The uses of pit boards or colored flashlights are prohibited.

1.7.   All U.M.P. racetracks will phone, e-mail or fax results to U.M.P. headquarters before noon each Monday.



2.      SAFETY

2.1.   Fire resistant uniforms are required of all drivers at all UMP tracks.

2.2.   Fire resistant underwear, socks & gloves are highly recommended.

2.3.   Halon fire extinguisher system is highly recommended.

2.4.   The firewall at front of cockpit should be constructed to protect the driver against fire from the engine
compartment.  It should be fully constructed of metal to minimize airflow from the engine compartment into the
cockpit and contain no holes or gaps.

2.5.   Window nets are highly recommended but not required.

2.6.   Driver’s seat must be of a proper racing seat design and installed on the left side of the car and securely
attached to the frame as per manufacturer’s specifications.

2.7.   The use of at least a five-point safety harness including a crotch belt is required.  The system is to be
mounted to the frame and not to the floor pan.  The mounts must be run at the same direction as the belts are
intended to secure the driver.  Belts and harness are recommended to be no more than five years old.  Belts
cannot be frayed or worn.

2.8.    Head and neck restraints are highly recommended.

2.9.    All competitors must wear a SA 95 or a SA 2000 full coverage helmet during all competition events.

2.10. Solid steering wheel for protection of wrist is recommended

2.11. All cars must have a suitable steel cage in driver’s compartment including headrest.  Roll cage must be
welded to the frame and extend above the driver’s helmet.

2.12. Driver door bars must be as close to parallel to the ground as possible and located perpendicular to the
driver for maximum driver protection and easy accessibility.  The side bars must be welded to the front and rear of
the roll cage members.  No brazing or soldering is permitted.  Door bars that have a thickness of .095” (ninety-five
one-thousandths of an inch) or less must have at least 1 1/2” (one and a half inch) diameter.  Minimum of 3 door
bars on drivers side.

2.13. Protection of feet is mandatory.  A bar across the back of the engine with vertical bars and rub rails or similar
protection is sufficient.

2.14. Side roll bars are mandatory and must extend into the door panels.

2.15. Roll cage must consist of continuous hoops that are no less than 1 1/2” (one and a half inches) outside
diameter and must have a wall thickness of at least .095” (ninety-five one-thousandths of an inch).

2.16. Roll cage must be frame-mounted in a minimum of 6 (six) places.

2.17. Roll cage must consist of a configuration of front and rear hoops connected by tubing on the sides or side
hoops.  Driver’s head must not protrude above cage with helmet on.  Roll cage must be securely supported and
braced.  



3.      FRAMES

3.1.   Factory production full 1950 or newer parallel American passenger car frames only.  Frames may be cut in
rear only at point not farther than 36” (thirty-six inches) from center f rear end housing.  Frames must be complete
in front of firewall.  No cutting of frame in any way in front of firewall!

3.2.   No Jeep, Bronco, 4-wheel drive or sports car frames are allowed.  No front wheel drives.

3.3.   Minimum wheelbase is 108” (one hundred and eight inches).  Maximum wheelbase is 112” (one hundred and
twelve inches).

3.4.   Rear of frame may be altered to accept leaf or coil springs.  Any coil spring must be at least 4 1/2” (four and
one-half inches) outside diameter. (Any spring)

3.5.   No fiberglass lift bars are permitted.  No rear torsion bars are permitted.

3.6.   Frames may not be widened or narrowed and must be able to support roll cage on both sides.  Must be full
and complete on both sides.  Front cross member may be notched for radiator clearance only.  Minimum frame and
body height from ground is 4” (four inches).  Cross members must be plated back solid.

3.7.   Front bumper must be mounted to the ends of the frame with the bottom loop parallel to the ground.  Minimum
of 1” pipe is required to support the car when being towed.  Rear bumpers may be constructed of pipe or flat stock
and must protect the fuel cell.  Center of bumpers (front and rear) must have 18” (eighteen inches) of ground
clearance with a 2” (two inches) tolerance.  Rear bumper, Nerf bars must not extend beyond width of rear tires and
must not contain any sharp edges.

3.8.      No brace bars forward of the cage may be higher than stock hood height.

3.9.      No rear push-bars to extend beyond 6” (six inches) of rear quarter panel.

3.10.  All side bars and bumpers must be capped on ends.



4.      BODIES

4.1.   Bodies must be Tempo, Cavalier, Mustang, Daytona, etc.  American compact cars only.  No panel vans or
station wagons are allowed.  Both rear windows must be stock appearing and match.  Both rear windows must
contain clear Lexan both windows must be left open or have solid aluminum panels.  Front windshield and rear
window support must be stock appearing.  Front window support may have clear Lexan support of no more than 16”
(sixteen inches) including the roof post at the bottom and going straight to top.

4.2.   Front roof post must be in a straight line from top to bottom.

4.3.   Engine compartment will remain open.  No side panels are permitted.  Hood sides may have a maximum 5”
(five inch) drop and must be enclosed at rear of hood.  Firewall on driver’s side must meet front of door.

4.4.   No side fins or lips of any kind are permitted along the entire length of car or any panel (hood, front, nose,
and roof).

4.5.   Bodies should extend no further forward than the back of the block.

4.6.    A maximum of one (1) stone deflector, for rear mounted oil pumps, oil filters, and for the main oil tank will be
permitted. The deflector may be made of steel, aluminum, or heavy gauge wire. The cover may only be mounted
near the unit it is designed to protect with a maximum size of eighteen inches square (18” x18”) and mounted only
from the upper right frame rail to the lower right frame rail.

4.7.   Minimum height to top of roof is 42” (forty-two inches) with a maximum height not exceeding 52” (fifty-two
inches).

4.8.   Minimum height to top of deck is 28” (twenty-eight inches) with a maximum height not exceeding 38” (thirty-
eight inches).  

4.9.   All cars must have a car number on both sides and the roof that are at least 18” (eighteen inches).

4.10. There must be a minimum of 2” (two inches) of tire clearance from the body.

4.11. Doors should be a minimum of 22 inches.

4.12. 4” (Four inches) of ground clearance.

4.13. From center of hub to rear top of deck Max. 45/ Min. 34inches.

4.14. Maximum body width 68 inches at widest point. Minimum 53 inches.

4.15. Bottom of doors may be 68 inches wide Maximum.

4.16. Rear of door may flare out 6 inches for tire clearance left side only.

Bottom of flare must be curved not pointed.

4.17. Maximum rear width of car must be 67 inches at the widest point.

4.18. Roof width Max. 50/ Min. 44 inches.

4.19. Roof length Max 56/ Min 41 inches.

4.20. 5 inch Maximum height on rear roof post vertical.

4.21. Nose piece no longer or wider than frame horns and no further back than radiator.

4.22. Spoilers will be allowed for 2007. Spoiler may be a maximum of 5 inches

tall total material. You may run your spoiler at any angle you choose.  3

Spoiler supports may be used; this includes your side spoilers. Spoiler

supports and side spoilers may be  5 inches tall in the back and 2 inches

tall in the front with a maximum total length of 12 inches at the bottom.

Spoiler may be lexan or aluminum. You may use the roof post / spoiler

kit. This kit has the roof post and spoiler all made into one piece. The

spoiler still will have to be only 5 inches tall.

4.23  Numbers must be on back of car.  (Spoiler or fuel cell)

5.       INTERIOR AND DRIVER COMPARTMENT

5.1.   All windows must have a minimum 11” (eleven inches) vertical opening.  The entire interior must have 11”
(eleven inches) of clearance from interior deck to roof and all sections of roll cage for easy exiting in case of
accident or fire.

5.2.   For safety, a kill switch is required within easy reach of the driver.  It must be clearly labeled “ON” and “OFF”.

5.3.   No adjustable shocks, hydraulic or pneumatic weight jacks, trackers, or similar adjustable components of any
kind are allowed inside cockpit of car.  Items must be removed from the car.

5.4.   No mirrors are permitted.

5.5.   Rock guard should end at steering wheel.

5.6.   Drivers compartment must be sealed from engine and race track.  Including rear of bubble hood.

5.7.   Interior slope is 4” front to rear and flat across.  If you stay flat the front half of interior you have used up 50%
of your 4” so then from behind of driver to rear you may only use 2”.  Also the top of the interior must be flush with
the top of door and quarter panels.



6.      ROOF & ROOF SUPPORTS (see drawing diagram for reference)

6.1.   All roofs must be full size.   No half-moon roofs.  Roof cannot be more than 12” (twelve inches) past the rear
axle.  No wings, spoilers or ground effects of any kind are allowed.

6.2.   All flat type roofs will be allowed a maximum 1 inch difference between the front of the roof and the rear of the
roof.

6.3.   All curved type roofs will be allowed a maximum of 5 inches in the front and 2 inches in the rear. The break in
the roof must be within 6 inches from the center of the roof.

6.4.   No wedge roofs.

6.5.   No dished roofs.  Roofs must be rounded side to side.  Bead rolls OK.

6.6.   Rear roof supports may not extend past the front side of rear upright of the roll cage.

6.7.   Side vents on front roof posts can extend back no further than 16” (sixteen inches) on the bottom, then
straight up to roof for 1 configuration, side vents must meet outside of car.

6.8.   Any sun shield must be on hinge for easy exiting, no taping allowed that brings window opening to less than
12” (twelve inches).

6.9.   All race cars must meet the measurements illustrated in the U.M.P. drawing.  There are only 5 (five) roof
supports to choose from – no exceptions!

6.10. Roof should be single thickness of material.  Roll bar hoops must be exposed for inspection.



*NOTE* THE ROOF PROBLEM IN 2006 WAS A MAJOR PROBLEM. HERE IS THE WAY WE WILL TECH ROOFS IN
2007. FOR FLAT TYPE ROOFS WE WILL MEASURE THE ROOF FROM THE FRONT DOWN TO THE INTERIOR.
THEN WE WILL MEASURE THE REAR DOWN TO THE INTERIOR, PROVIDING YOUR INTERIOR IS FLAT. IF
THERE IS ONLY 1 INCH DIFFERENCE, YOUR ROOF WILL BE LEGAL. IF YOUR INTERIOR HAS BEEN CHANGED,
WE WILL MEASURE FROM THE TOP OF THE FRONT OF THE ROOF TO THE GROUND, AND THE REAR OF
THE TOP OF THE ROOF TO THE GROUND. IF IT IS 1 INCH OR LESS THEN YOUR ROOF IS LEGAL.



IF YOUR ROOF IS CURVED THEN WE WILL PUT A LEVEL ON THE TOP OF THE CAR AND IF YOUR ROOF IS 5
INCHES OR LESS IN THE FRONT AND 2 INCHES OR LESS IN THE REAR AND THE BREAK IS IN THE MIDDLE
THEN YOUR ROOF IS LEGAL.



ROOFS ON THESE RACE CARS WILL BE STOCK APPEARING AND IF IT LOOKS LIKE IT CAME FROM ANOTHER
COUNTRY OR EVEN WORSE ANOTHER PLANET, YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO RUN THAT ROOF EVEN 1
NIGHT AT ANY UMP RACETRACK. IT WILL BE UP TO THE UMP TECH MEN TO DECIDE WHAT CHANGES MUST
BE MADE IN ORDER TO RUN THE ROOF EVEN 1 NIGHT.



7.       WEIGHT

7.1.         All added weights must be painted white or a bright color with the car’s number clearly painted on each
piece.

7.2.         All added weights must be securely mounted to car with minimum of 2 (two) 1/2” (one-half inch) bolts
through each weight.  No weights may be mounted on rear bumper or outside the body of the car.  All added weight
must be mounted below all windows and interior sheet metal.  Any size weight.

7.3.        Due to the high risk factor involved, any car that loses lead weight during an event may be fined up to
$500.00.

7.4.         Minimum weight of car with driver at all times including after the race is 2,400 (two-thousand four-
hundred) pounds.

7.5.         All weight determinations will be measured on the scales selected and by U.M.P. for each racing event.  
Zero tolerance is strictly enforced.  



8.      ELECTRONIC DEVICES & TRACTION CONTROL

8.1.         All electronic or computerized wheel spin or acceleration retardation traction control devices are strictly
prohibited.  No controlled timing device attached to or controlling accelerator or rotation of wheel allowed.  

8.2.         All traction control devices utilizing wheel sensors or any means of measuring ground speed to control
wheel spin are strictly prohibited.

8.3.         Adjustable ping control devices, dial a chip controls, timing controls or automated throttle controls are not
permitted in cockpit or driver accessible areas.

8.4.         No adjustable restrictor plates are permitted.

8.5.         Any remotely controlled components inside or outside the cockpit of any competitor’s racecar are not
permitted.

8.6.         Any competitor found with any of the aforementioned devices will be fined and lose all accumulated points.

8.7.         No radios are allowed in the racecar or on anyone connected with the car.



9.      FUEL SYSTEMS

9.1.         All cars must have fuel cells - 32 (thirty-two) gallons maximum capacity.  Fuel cell must be completely
enclosed in 18-gauge metal container.  No aluminum allowed. All fuel cells must be completely visible.  All cells must
have a minimum of 2 (two) 2” (two inch) x 1/8” (one-eighth of an inch) steel straps surrounding them.  Fuel cells
must be protected in rear of axle by securely-mounted roll cage tubing.  Any driver having a fuel cell with a capacity
greater than 32 (thirty-two) gallons, will lose all winnings and points for that event and fined $1,000.00.  Any driver
must be prepared to drain fuel upon request for measurement.

9.2.         One 2 (two) or 4 (four) barrel carburetor is allowed.  Must be naturally aspirated.

9.3.         No fuel injection systems or electric fuel pumps are permitted.

9.4.         No part of fuel cell may be lower than protective tubing.

9.5.         Racing gasoline or alcohol is permitted.  No nitrous oxide, nitrous methane, propylene oxide or any type of
additives are permitted.  Fuel may be checked at any time.

9.6.         All fuel cells must have check valve in breather for prevention of fire in a rollover.



10.  ENGINES

10.1.     Any American made engine may be used as long as the rear of the engine bell housing flange is mounted
at least 72” (seventy-two inches) forward from the center of the rear axle.  Engine offset must be kept within 2” (two
inches) of center line from cross member.  Engine height minimum is 11” (eleven inches) from ground to front
center of crankshaft.  

10.2.     All engines must be able to be used in a conventional passenger car without alteration.  Motor mounts
cannot be removed or altered.  Castings and fittings may not be altered.  No machine work on the outside of the
engine or on the front or rear of the crankshaft is permitted.

10.3.     No aluminum blocks are permitted.

10.4.     No magnetos are permitted.

10.5.     No total dry sump systems are allowed.  Wet systems must be operative and will go with a claim by U.M.P.
officials.

10.6.     Cooling systems may be altered or modified if stock-appearing hood line is maintained.

10.7.     Batteries must be securely mounted and shielded.  Batteries may not be mounted inside driver’s cockpit.

10.8.     Exhaust systems must be mounted in such a way as to direct spent gases away from areas of possible fuel
spillage.  All headers must be pointed away from ground, horizontal and preferably outside of car.  No more than
1/2” (one-half inch) clearance surrounding header pipe when directed through firewall on driver’s side.  Mufflers
may be required at certain tracks.



11.   ENGINE CLAIMS

11.1.  Any qualified U.M.P. competitor has the right to claim any engine at any time during a U.M.P. event if a claim
is made against it. The claim is $550.00 + exchange of engine and $50.00 for the tow truck.  Claims do not include:
flywheel, clutch, pressure plate, bell housing, headers, carburetor, starter, fan & pulleys, motor mount, sending
units and switches for oil pressure and water temperature, carburetor adaptor, clutch ball, clutch arm, throw out
bearings, dip stick, water pump, distributor, plug wires or fuel pump.

11.2.  Any driver wishing to make a claim must have taken the checkered flag in the feature and be on the same lap
as the leader.  The claim must be made in cash or certified check to promoter within 5 (five) minutes after the
completion of the feature.  The driver must have the claim payment and his/her U.M.P. current/valid license
available – a third party cannot provide these items to the claiming driver.  (Yearly membership runs from February
1 through January 31.)  All claims, positive or negative, are to be reported immediately to U.M.P. headquarters by
the event promoter.  No driver can make over 2 (two) claims in U.M.P. within the same year.  A driver can claim
another driver’s engine only once during the year.  Only the engine of the event winner can be claimed.  In case of
multiple claims on the same engine, the engine will go to a qualified driver who finished the furthest back in the field
on the lead lap.  No driver may claim an engine if he/she has spun out and caused a caution period.  If a claim is
refused, the claim is not held against the claiming driver.  The motivation behind claiming is to keep the prices
affordable and create competitive racing.

11.3.  Any driver making a claim must drive his/her car immediately after the finish of the feature, under its own
power, directly to the claiming area.  Only drivers and officials are allowed in the claiming area.  Claiming area must
be designated by the promoter to all drivers at the driver’s meeting prior to the feature event.  The feature winner
must go to the claiming area immediately following the finish of the feature event.  If no driver comes immediately to
the claiming area, the winner may proceed to the pits.

11.4.  The claimed engine must be completely removed within 1(one) hour from the time the claim is made.

11.5.  The first sell/no sell or trade of the engine by the driver being claimed is considered binding.

11.6.  Only a qualified driver may claim an engine and only the winning driver may agree to sell.

11.7.  Refusal to sell forfeits all cash, trophies and contingency winnings for the feature as well as all U.M.P. State
and Nationals points’ award for that night.  Any driver refusing to sell his/her engine the first time is fined $200.00
and is suspended from racing at any and all U.M.P. sanctioned race tracks and events for 1 (one) week.  The
second infraction for a driver refusing to sell their engine carries a $600.00 and suspended for 4 (four) weeks.

11.8.  All claimed engines must be removed from the car at the track.  The buyer must examine the engine before
removal.  Once removal has started, the sale is final.  Any sabotage to claim an engine will result in the saboteur
being suspended from all U.M.P. races for 30 (thirty) days and until the fine of $1,000.00 is paid to U.M.P.

11.9.  To claim an engine, the claiming driver must have raced at least 1/2 (one-half) of the sanctioned events at
the sanctioned track where the claim is made or at least the last 3 (three) consecutive feature events at that track.  
A driver can have his/her engine claimed at any time.  No claim can be made against a driver on his/her first night
at a sanctioned track.



12.  DRIVETRAIN & SUSPENSION

12.1.     All drive shafts must be painted silver or white.  No aluminum, fiberglass, or carbon fiber drive shafts are
permitted.

12.2.     A 1/2” (one-half inch) x 2” (two inches) 18-gauge steel drive shaft loop is mandatory.  Loop must be at least
6” (six inches) behind U-joint.  Two loops are recommended.

12.3.     Drives are encouraged to perform systematic checks on their drivetrain to help reduce maintenance-
related driveshaft problems.  U.M.P recommends that competitors seriously evaluate their car and related
components to reduce the potential risk for injury for driveshaft-related incidents.

12.4.     No direct drives allowed.  Transmission must be bolted to engine.  All cars must have forward and reverse
gears and be able to shift to forward or reverse with engine running.  BERT-type transmissions are allowed.

12.5.     Clutch type transmissions must be equipped with explosion-proof steel bell housing.  If no explosion-proof
bell housing is available for your engine, or if you prefer, you may construct a shield of at least 1/2” (one-half inch)
x 6” (six inches) steel covering the clutch area 360 degrees and be securely fastened.

12.6.     Steering box must be O.E.M.  No rack and pinions are allowed.  Must use original bolt pattern that matches
frame type.  In cockpit, steering may be modified to suit the driver but must remain on the left side.  No center
steering is permitted.

12.7.     Any passenger car or truck rear end is permitted except no aluminum is allowed other than lowering blocks,
axle cap and drive plate.  

12.8.     No “live axle” rear ends.  No quick change devices.

12.9.     No independent rear suspensions.

12.10. Floater hub assembly only.

12.11. Front suspension must be O.E.M. and be in stock location.  Must be replaceable by stock part from same
type of suspension.  

12.12. No aluminum shocks, shells, hubs, A-frames, rear-end, tubes or other suspension parts are permitted.  

12.13. No coils over shocks are permitted on front of car.  No home made coil-overs are allowed – no exceptions.

12.14.  Steel coil-over eliminators or steel/aluminum coil-over kits allowed-must conform to shock and spring rules.
(Rear only) (5 inch spring)

12.15. All springs must be tethered or cabled.  If springs come off cars UMP reserves the right to fine driver
$200.00.

12.16. One shock per wheel only.  No lay down shocks less than 12” (twelve inches) away from brake rotor.  
Additional shocks in other locations are permissible.  Any shock may be claimed for $120.00.

12.17.  Stock passenger car spindles only.  No fabricated spindles are permitted.

12.18.  Lower A-frames cannot be altered or moved.  Pre-approved after-market lower control arms are legal but
must remain in factory location.  All after-market lower control arms must have an official U.M.P.-approved and
numbered sticker at all times.

12.19.  Tube type upper A-frames are allowed and may be moved.  Aluminum cross shafts OK.

12.20.  Composite leaf springs are permitted.

12.21.  Aluminum shackles are permitted.

13.  BRAKES

13.1.     All cars must be equipped with a working braking system on all four wheels and all four wheels must lock up
at all times.

13.2.     Steel rotors only.  No carbon fiber or aluminum.  No drilling, lightening or alteration brake rotors or calipers
are permitted.  All calipers must be O.E.M.

13.3.     No single disc brake rotors are permitted. No scalloped rotors are permitted. Must be O.E.M.





14.  TIRES & WHEELS

A.) The following tires compounds are the only tire compounds legal: Hoosiers Only

B.) Siping will be permitted. Recapping of an approved tire is not permitted.

C.) Defacing or altering any of the manufacturer’s identification markings, letters, words, numbers, on any tire will not be permitted.

D.) Mud plugs are will be permitted on all four wheels. Bead locks will be permitted on the right side only.

E.) Only 8-inch racing wheels will be permitted.

F.) All wheels must be conventional one-piece magnetic steel and must be mounted with lug nuts. Aluminum, plastic and/or carbon fiber wheels will not be permitted.

G.) All wheels must be fastened to the hub with five lug nuts.

H.) Tire softeners and/or chemicals designed to alter the chemical characteristics of the tire and/or the tire surface will not be permitted.

I.) Any chemical treating of tires is illegal.

1.    Officials reserve the right to check and or confiscate any tire used in competition at any time. A driver is fully responsible for any tire used in competition regardless of the source of the tire and/or when the tire was put on the car.

2.    Officials can take tire samples using two methods.
a.    Officials can remove samples using destructive methods. In this case, no tires will be returned regardless of results. Drivers with treated tires will receive no compensation. Drivers with untreated tires will have the tire replaced.
b.    Officials can remove sample grooves from the tread of the tire. No compensation will be given to the driver for tires.

3.    Any tire used in competition may be protested for chemical treating by any driver competing in that same individual event(same feature, heat, qualifications, etc). Protest must be made to track officials prior to when the protested car returns to pit area. Protester must present $500 cash to official at time of protest.
a.    If tire is found to not have been treated, the protested driver will receive $150 for tire replacement even if destructive methods are not used.
b.    If tire is found to be treated, protester will receive $400 of their fee back with $100 being held for processing fees.

4.    All prize monies of drivers with tires taken for testing will be held until lab tests are received. If tire samples do not match the factory benchmark for that compound, the driver forfeits all monies won that night, not only those from the specific race where the driver was protested. (ie – A driver using a tire during qualifying that is found to be illegal will forfeit any monies won in heats, consis, or features that night.)

5.    Drivers with tires that do not match the factory benchmark will be disqualified for the event the samples were taken, be suspended 5 races, lose all championship points earned up to that point, be disqualified from any contingency programs for that season, and be subject to a $1,000 fine. These penalties are for a driver’s first offense. Further offenses will be handled on a case by base basis.

6.    Any driver refusing to submit tires for any testing or intentionally avoiding officials attempts to secure tires will be subject to the same penalties as those found using chemically altered tires.

7.    Any driver making a protest then backing out of protest may be subject to fines, suspensions, and/or other penalties.




15.   BEHAVIOR

15.1.     No derogatory or distasteful statements on any racecar or hauler are permitted at any U.M.P. racetrack.  U.
M.P. officials have discretion and the final decision on all lettering on all racecars and haulers.  Failure to remove
offensive lettering will mean disqualification from all U.M.P. events and a fine of up to $500.00.



15.2.     No driver or pit crew member shall subject any U.M.P. promoter or official to threats, abusive or improper
language at any time.  Any driver or pit crew member who assaults or threatens any U.M.P. promoter or official may
be fined up to $1,000.00 and suspended indefinitely from all U.M.P. events until fine is paid.  Reinstatement and
fines are at the discretion of U.M.P. management and non-contestable.


Moler Raceway Park
2059 Harker Waits Road
Williamsburg, Ohio

Track Phone
937-444-6215
Email
molerracewaypark@gmail.com
www.molerracewaypark.com