All Stars Rules
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Unlimited All-Stars is intended to be a gentleman's series and all
drivers and crew members are expected to act accordingly. If you
can't or won't drive and act in a professional manner, then race in
another division. We don't necessarily want the most drivers, but we
do want the best. Please give your competitors room to race. Respect
the other drivers; they have a lot invested too. Rough driving, foul
language, and unsportsmanlike conduct are not appreciated. Officials
are requested to be especially firm with the Unlimited All-Stars.
Remember, a lot of kids look up to YOU.
Unlimited All-Stars was created to preserve and promote open class
kart racing. Innovation is allowed and encouraged. These rules were
created to provide parameters for the purpose of safety and
consistency from track to track and region to region. Generally
speaking, if a rule does not specifically state that something is not
permitted, then it can be assumed that it is permitted.
Series/Circuit administrators are personally involved with the
Series/Circuit in their region and will monitor the effect of new
technology as it is created. Any rule adjustments that become
necessary to maintain a level playing field due to the introduction
of new technology will go into effect the following year.
Racing Enterprises, LLC (BRE) and all other sponsors of the Unlimited
All-Stars receive no financial considerations or monies from the
events in this Series/Circuit. Their sole purpose is to publicize the
races and recognize the participants and they (BRE and other
sponsors) are in no way responsible for the operation or organization
of the racing activities at any of the tracks that host an Unlimited
All-Stars event. Competitors must realize that kart racing is a
dangerous activity and they are to assume all risks to themselves and
their property.g. Innovation is allowed and encouraged. These rules were
provide parameters for
the purpose of
Safety, Cost Containment, and Consistency from track to track and
region. Generally speaking, if a rule doesn’t specifically state that
is not permitted, it can be assumed that it is permitted. Regional
Administrators are personally involved with the series/circuit in their
and will monitor the effect of any ‘New Technology’ as it is created.
adjustments that become necessary to maintain a level playing field due
‘New Technology’ will become effective the following year.