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*NEW* Daily Driver Division Rules: Text

The Daily Driver Class is a race venue that allows for cars to be driven to an event, prepped as necessary, raced, and then driven home. 
This race format allows for a wide range of cars to participate. All drivers must be licensed in the state in which they reside. 
It is important to minimize the potential for car damage from car-to-car contact for the Daily Driver Class and for racers to understand the “No Contact” rule and the enforcement and repercussions for failing to adhere to it
screw tires allowed.

General Requirements 
1. Daily Driver Class includes any original production cars able to pass the safety inspection requirement from the state of registration for street use.
2. All cars must be neat and clean in appearance, free of any fluid leaks, loose parts etc. The Tech Inspector and Race Officials can disqualify a car that they deem is not compliant or acceptable for competition. 
3. All cars must be self-starting.
4. Only pump fuel is allowed. No “exotic” fuels will be permitted.
5. Daily Driver Racers can purchase a one day non member pass for $15.00 before being required to become a JIRA member. 
Each vehicle that participates must provide a volunteer to assist the club as needed on race day. 
6. There will be an additional $5.00 surcharge per vehicle to cover the cost of plowing the track and maintenance the day of the event. 
Car Requirements:
Entry is restricted to four-wheel vehicles, foreign or domestic, 2 wheel and 4 wheel drive cars are eligible. No pickup trucks, sport utility vehicles, mini-vans, Jeeps or other similar high center of gravity vehicles are acceptable to race.
Maximum wheelbase is 112 inches and no V8 Engines or convertibles allowed. No loose items (Spare tires, floor mats, Child car seats etc.) or passengers allowed when on the track. 
Safety Equipment:
7. Drivers must wear at least a DOT approved helmet in good condition. No shorty helmets allowed. 
8. Stock type 3-point belts may be used. All belts must be securely mounted and be used whenever the car is on the racecourse. Competition harness is allowed but MUST be 2007 SFI or newer tagged harness. 
9. All seat belts are subject to tech inspection. Worn or faded seat belts may be rejected at the discretion of the inspector. 
10. It is recommended that each vehicle have a fire extinguisher, provided that it can be SECURELY FASTENED. 
11. A rear view mirror is required in all cars. Mirrors may be mounted inside or outside the car.
12. Batteries must be securely mounted. Batteries located in the passenger compartment must be in an approved battery containment box with a cover to prevent spillage in case of accident. 
13. Studs if used, must be DOT Commercially available street studs. No chains, picks or screw tires allowed.
14. Blizzak, Nokian, etc. without studs can be used on all four wheels with at least 50% tread depth remaining.
No Contact Rule:
The rule is all drivers will maintain adequate racing room between cars under racing conditions to avoid contact. In the event of contact between cars, the drivers involved will be issued one warning before being required to exit the race course the next time around and leave the race.
This is an "honor system rule" Any and all contact between cars will be subject to penalty at the discretion of the Class Coordinator and Chief Flagger. Contact can be penalized at any time throughout the ice racing season or even into the next season. Penalties can include: race disqualification, loss of points, ejection from event, and outright ban from JIRA competition. Repeated violations or clear disregard for the No Contact Rule will result in suspension of the driver in remaining events for the season or even subsequent seasons up to and including permanent expulsion.

*NEW* Daily Driver Division Rules: Text
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