Drivers must be at least 18
years of age.
Drivers must register with
their local UAS Office (Regional Administrator) of the Unlimited
All-Stars, read these rules and policies, and sign a document stating
that he/she has read the same and will comply with these regulations
and releases the Unlimited All-Stars and all officials of the Unlimited
All-Stars from liability related to any/all Unlimited All-Stars
Series administrators will
have a supply of the rules and registration applications available at
each event for the purpose of registering drivers at the local event.
Drivers who blatantly do
not comply with these rules and policies are subject to suspension from
all UAS events, in all regions, during the time of suspension.
Administrator for that driver's region will recommend a National
Suspension to the Council of Series/Circuit Administrators.
The council will discuss
and vote on the length of the suspension.
This provision is only to
be used as a last resort. The most likely remedy for infractions is
disqualification from the event by the event promoter.
The Regional Administrator
who suspends a driver is to e-mail all of the other regional
administrators informing them of whom the suspended driver is and the
length of the suspension.
All regional administrators
are to enforce any/all suspensions.
Membership: Here is a
simplified plan to implement the UAS National membership.
Each UAS Regional
Series/Circuit will decide for themselves if they require ALL
competitors at their events to be UAS Members. Although the UAS
membership is encouraged, it is up to the Regional Administrator and
the racers to decide what works best for their Series/Circuit.
Only UAS members will
receive points toward the National Ranking for their finishing
positions in both Regional and National events. UAS members will
receive points based on their actual finishing position regardless of
non-members finishing ahead of them.
For Example: If a UAS
Regional Series/Circuit allows both members and non-members to compete
and the first UAS member competitor finishes third behind two
non-members, the UAS member only gets scored for his/her actual third
Drivers entering a UAS
Grand National event must be UAS members.
Starting as of 2012, all
new and renewed natinal memberships will expire at the conclusion of
that years grand nationals.
What is a membership and
what does it do for UAS competitors?
The UAS Membership is a
plan to enable UAS competitors across the country to compete with
parity among the different regions. UAS members competing in Official
UAS Series across the country can accumulate points towards the
National Ranking System whereby there will be a UAS driver ranked #1, a
single UAS champion, crowned at the end of the season.
National Membership annual dues will be $40.
competitors can join by contacting a Regional Administrator. New
members MUST pay their membership dues to their regional
administrator. Those renewing their memberships can do so through
their Regional Administrator or the National Office.
distribution of annual dues.
to the National Awards
the National Office for administrative costs.
to the Statistician
Members, in good standing, will be eligible to compete in any
Official UAS Regional and/or National event. Regional
Administrators can hold a new drivers application, at their first
race, to verify the new member is capable of safely racing in UAS
events. Regional Administrators will continuously monitor and
handle any competitor driving/sportsman issues as usual,
regardless of a competitors membership status.
membership is not retroactive. Membership begins when dues are paid
and membership application is accepted by a Regional
Administrator. National ranking points accumulation starts at the
completion of the first race after dues are paid. No points will be
awarded, for race finishes, before dues are paid.
Number Reservations for UAS
shall include a reserved racing number option.
Past Champions will be
allowed first picks.
Members with the longest
membership will have the second pick.
All numbers after that will
be a first come basis.
Drivers will retain this
number until their membership ceases to be renewed prior to its
Drivers must pay an
additional $10 fee per season to maintain their reserved number. The
fee is to be paid with their annual membership dues.
$3 of this fee goes to the
treasury of the applicants home region.
$7 of this fee goes to the
General Fund of the National Office.
The number '1' will
automatically be assigned to the National Champion of the previous year.
more than one applicant applies for the same number, the first
applicant request will be assigned that number. Additional requests for
that number will have to add a letter or additional number to make it
Numbers are assigned to the
driver, not the kart.
General Membership (for
Any person who desires to
become an Unlimited All-Star General member can do so by filling out a
General Membership application and sending it to the National Office
along with the applicable dues that are in effect at that time.
General Members do not have
a license to drive in any UAS event unless they go through the Driver
Licensing process that is required.
A General Membership costs
$10 less than a Licensed Driver Membership ($30 after 2013).
General Membership dues
will primarily be allocated toward Grand National promotional expenses
and administrative cost.
General Members will
receive a membership card, two UAS decals and a rule proposal
Each Region is to submit a
$10 Sanction Fee to the National Office, at the time they report the
results of each of their national ¼ point races.