Late Model Stock Car Rules

This event will be run in accordance with the applicable rules as presented in the 2023 NASCAR Advanced Auto Parts Weekly Series Late Model Stock Division Rule Book to provide the framework for Track Officials to interpret race procedures, the provisions of this Official Entry Blank, any special rules applicable to the event and any amendments thereto. For the purposes of this event, all rules and procedures shall be considered Local Track Rules and all officiating shall be conducted by Track Officials. In the event of any conflict between the Rule Book, the Official Entry Blank and the special rules, the Track Officials will determine the interpretation and application of the conflicting rules and their decision will be final.

NOTE: Each team must have a spotter during practice, qualifying, last chance race (if needed) and the 250 lap feature. All spotters must scan the Track frequency and are required to have radio contact with the driver and have their car number placed on their back and/or right arm. It is recommended that the pit crew also have a radio scanner to monitor the Track frequency. The frequency being used will be made available at the Technical Inspection area.

Failure to have a spotter for the race in the designated spotter stand will result in a $500 reduction in purse pay out

NOTE: The Promoter reserves the right to make necessary changes in the schedule due to unforeseen circumstances such as, but not limited to, weather.