X-ACT Motorsports, Inc Rules & Guidelines
Release and Waiver of Responsibility
- Alcohol and other intoxicants are forbidden during on-track hours in any X-ACT Motorsport, Inc.’s event.
- Any rider found in
possession of such substances at a X-ACT Motorsport, Inc.’s event, will
be immediately ejected, forfeit monies paid for track days and be
barred from further attendance only after a full review will any
considerations be made to allow rider to attend any future events. If
the substance is an illegal and/or controlled substance, the rider will
be banned for life from any future events.
- Any rider that disrupts
and/or interferes to the point that it affects the regular operation of
an event will be subject to ejection from the particular event and a
full review of the situation will determine whether the rider will be
allowed to future events.
- X-ACT Motorsport, Inc.
reserves the right to refuse admission to any individual/rider. Any
individual/rider denied admission, will receive a refund unless they
are in violation for one of the reasons listed in X-ACT Motorsports,
Inc. Rules & Guidelines.
- Any riders
dismissed/ejected from any X-ACT Motorsport, Inc.’s event, forfeit any
and all monies paid to X-ACT Motorsport, Inc. and/or any of it’s
riders/event participants will be required to sign a Release and Waiver
of Responsibility. X-ACT Motorsports Inc. and it’s affiliates
will not be held responsible and/or liable for the risks associated
with this sport.
In the event of a Crash.
In the event of a crash, rider
and bike must both be evaluated and the bike itself must be re-tech
inspected. X-ACT Motorsports, Inc. reserves the right to refuse a
crashed rider back on track if paramedic and or any medical staff
determines the crashed rider is not physically cleared to ride.
Again, rider, gear and bike must be evaluated before a crashed rider
may return to the track. Each crash is taken on a case by case
basis and will be evaluated as such. Crashing unfortunately goes
with the territory and no refunds will be given due to crashes.
Except for beginners/first time track day riders, all riders are
subject to evaluation by X-ACT Motorsports staff. Riders may be
moved between groups up or down based on evaluation. This is for
both the particular rider and the other riders safety in any given
Novice Group: Those
who have never ridden a motorcycle on a race track before are required
to start in the novice group. Full class room instruction will be
provided to those that are first timers to the track. All novice
riders are required to attend the first classroom session so that there
is a clear understanding of how the novice group will be run and that
safety comes first! All basic track rules and guidelines will be
reviewed along with flags and proper pitting in and off the
track. Back protectors are encouraged but not required.
Motorsports trusts that riders will sign up in the proper group.
All basic group rules/guidelines will be reviewed at the mandatory
riders meeting at the start of each event day. All riders will be
expected to abide by the basic rules laid out in the riders
meeting. Failure to follow the rules could and may lead to
ejection from the event with no refund.
Tech policies for bikes
Those who have a good basic understanding of track days and a few track
days under their belt fall into this category. This group is
required to wear back protectors. There will be control riders
monitoring this group in all track sessions. This group has the
widest range of skill levels amongst the riders. Many have just
graduated from novice where others are on the border line of moving up
to advanced. Riders will be allowed to pass in turns with clean
safe passing allowing generous space for each rider while passing
(4-6’) Please refer to the note listed above. Back protectors are
required in this group.
This group is for the accomplished track day rider and/or club
racer. Back protectors must be worn by all riders in the advanced
group. All riders will be expected to respect each others space
in this group and pass safely. Stuffing will not be tolerated
(passing closely on the inside of another rider entering a turn),
especially if it creates a safety hazard to other riders! Please
refer to the note listed above.
Riding gear requirements:
- All bikes MUST be tech inspected and pass prior to admittance to the track.
- Tires should be in good
to new condition, brakes must be fully functional and in good
condition. Tires in poor condition, excessive “bluing” or excessive
tread wear will not be accepted and the bike will fail inspection.
- All lights, turn signals
and any other plastic lenses need to be taped and lights should be
disabled. No side mirrors will be allowed in the advanced group
and must be tapped in novice and intermediate groups.
- Side stands should be
wired or zip tide up for novice and intermediate group. Prefer
they be removed for advanced group. No bikes with center stands
will be allowed in the advanced group.
- Bikes must have a handlebar mounted kill switch and self closing throttle in good working condition.
- No glycol
based coolant is allowed in any bike. If we have to change it for
you at the track there will be a $50.00 charge. Approved coolants are:
Water Wetter and water, MoCool by Motul, Cool-Aide by Maxima and ICE Water by Liquid Performance. ***** Engine Ice is NOT APPROVED AND NOT ALLOWED*****
- All wheels/tires must have valve stems and wheel weights must be well secured (duct taped).
- License plates need to be removed.
- Basic safety wire for
all groups for oil fill, drain and filter (silicone can be used in the
novice group on oil fill and drain) .
Cancellation and refund policy:
- Helmets must be a full face with shield and damage free. They must be BSI, DOT or SNELL approved
- Boots must be a riding type that fully cover the ankle.
- Gauntlet style gloves that provide full wrist coverage.
- Suits should be one or
two piece leathers. Two piece suits must zip together for Novice,
Intermediate or Advanced groups. Non leather, such as a
ballistic nylon or an AeroStitch are acceptable in the Novice and
Intermediate Group only. These too must either be one piece or
two piece that zip together. These have to be riding suits that
have reinforced and padded critical areas - shoulders, elbows, hips,
and knee. No other casual riding apparel will be allowed.
- All payments in part or in full are non refundable with the exception of the track day event being canceled.