Rules

  • Participants must be over 4’6″ (8 years old or over) to use cadet karts
  • Karting is strictly a non contact sport. No bumping allowed
  • Any damage, accidental or otherwise ends the practice session. No refunds
  • Any contact, tyres or karts which occurs within the first 2 laps ends the session with no refund
  • Misuse of karts or track ends the session.
  • Careless or dangerous driving ends the session.
  • Obey marshals and flags at all times
  • Stay in your kart at all times and keep your hands on the wheel. Do not attempt to move your kart by pushing with legs or hands
  • In the event of a half spin (180 degrees) do not drive against the traffic
  • Helmets must be securely fastened and visors must be close at all times during races.
  • Racing suits to be worn when provided. Helmets, gloves and race suits belong to Letterkenny Activity Centre and are placed in your care. They must be returned at the end of the event in the condition in which they were received. You will be held liable for any damage. Racing suits are to be changed in the changing area, not in the track area. You will be held liable for damage to suits. Please remove shoes before putting on suits.
  • Damage to kart which arises from contact with another kart or object will not entitle you to another kart irrespective of who caused the damage.
  • No stopping on the circuit at any time unless instructed by a marshal.
  • Practice sessions are over when the marshal calls all drivers to pits using the black flag or chequered flag.
  • Enter the pits slowly at all times
  • No stopping on the track at any time unless so instructed by marshal
  • Do NOT press the brake and accelerator at the same time. This will burn out the clutch and result in end of session
  • Remove watches, jewellery and loose items from pockets as they can be lost on the track
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PLEASE NOTE THAT MOTOR SPORT CAN BE DANGEROUS.
DESPITE THE ORGANISERS TAKING ALL REASONABLE PRECAUTIONS, UNAVOIDABLE ACCIDENTS CAN HAPPEN.
IN RESPECT OF THESE, YOU USE THE FACILITIES AT YOUR OWN RISK