||All protests must be
in writing. The protest form may be downloaded from our website
or can be obtained from the pit steward in the pit tower.
||Protest fees will be
cash only and will
be equal to the feature winner payout of that class. The fee
must be included with the written form. The track will retain
50% of the protest fee no matter the outcome. Modified fee =
$500; Super Street fee = $325; Thunder Stock fee = $250; 600
Sprint Open = $300.
||The written protest
and protest fee MUST be provided to the pit steward or general
manager/head tech prior to the car being protested has lined
up for the AMAIN. Enough time must be given to allow the pit
steward or GM to inform the driver that a protest will be waged
against his/her car after the race. The
name of the protester will NOT be revealed to the driver at
|| If the protested driver
chooses to compete in the AMAIN, the protester must also start
in the AMAIN. If the protested driver chooses to compete, the
written protest and fee will be accepted by the track official.
Both cars with drivers
MUST immediately go into the protest area in the pits following
the race. If the driver chooses to not
compete, the driver will be scored as a DNS and thus will not
earn points for the AMAIN nor earn any monies. 50% of the fee
will be returned to the protesting driver.
|The results of the inspection
will be revealed to each driver separately within 30 minutes
after the end of the inspection. Track officials are the final
deciding factor on whether the car is legal or illegal and track
officials are the final interpreter of the stated rules.
|| If the car is deemed illegal, the
driver will forfeit points and monies earned from that day/night
of racing. The car will not be allowed to return until the illegal
part or parts are replaced. A follow up inspection may occur.
50% of the protest fee will be returned to the protestor and
the other 50% will be retained by the track.
||If the car is deemed legal, the protesting
driver will lose the protest fee with 50% going to the track
and 50% going to the protested driver.
any questions on the Plymouth Speedway rules, please call Tech
Director Mike Zielinski 1-(574) 532-7969