Summit Point Track Rules
- Last Updated: Tuesday, 14 December 2021 08:53
Please carefully read in full the Summit Point Rules and Regulations. A few key points are summarized below. This information supplements the standard Potomac Drivers' Education Rules for Summit Point Raceway for Summit Point Main, Shenandoah, and Jefferson Circuits.
TRACK MANAGEMENT CONTACT
Summit Point Motorsports Park asks that you not call them directly. If you have any questions or requests that are not addressed below, please contact Jay Smith HERE.
MAIN GATE HOURS
Open at 6:00 pm the day before the event, close at 7:00 pm last day of the event.
Stop at the Main Gate for electrical hookups.
Overnight camping is restricted to the paddock.
PADDOCK SPEED LIMIT & BEHAVIOR
The speed limit is “walking speed” within the paddock confines. We will strictly enforce this and will not tolerate dangerous driving or excess speed. You may sacrifice personal track time if you are observed violating appropriate paddock behavior.
ATVs & MOTORIZED VEHICLES
Drivers and operators of all motorized vehicles including motorcycles, any type of ATV, golf carts, scooters, etc. must hold a valid state driver’s license. This is a state law as well as Summit Point policy. Everyone operating a motorized vehicle must do so safely and responsibly. Reckless operation or disregard for the rules could result in expulsion from the event.
Drones are not permitted at the track.
In the morning, after signing in, DE participants and volunteers can enjoy some coffee or juice. Chez Summit will offer pastries and breakfast sandwiches for sale. Chez Summit will be open 8:00 am – 2:00 pm and will serve breakfast and lunch.
DAMAGE AND MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITY
Each person attending a DE is responsible for any damage they cause to the track, and maintenance or clean-up costs resulting from a track or paddock incident. All tracks typically charge for repairs to Armco, track surface, facilities, etc., and also charge by the bag for oil-dry. If you are liable for payment we will advise you as soon as possible. If Potomac ends up paying for the damage, we will invoice you for the damages. Please properly dispose of all fluids in the provided containers and please take old tires, rotors, and other used parts with you when you leave.
All Summit Point tracks have a sound level limit of 103dB measured 50 feet from the centerline of the track. Measurement is made on the A weighting scale, slow response.
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