2020 DISQUALIFICATION PROCEDURES 


Last Updated (February 03, 2020)

DISQUALIFICATION 

Any car to fail technical inspection after the heat race or feature lower than A-main forfeits the position finished and will start at the rear of the feature behind all cars, if they are still qualified. They will also receive last place points for the heat race or feature less than A-main. Any car to fail technical inspection after the A-main feature forfeits the position finished and will receive 55 points for the A-main or last place points, whichever is the lesser amount.

Any prize money will be adjusted to include the technical disqualification.

and forfeit all prize money. Driver may also face fines or suspensions.

Any driver who is on an active suspension from another race track, weekly series or touring series will not be able to participate until there suspension has been lifted.

BEHAVIOR AND DISIPLINARY ACTIONS

Every ECMST participant is to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner, on and off the track. Your actions reflect on not only the ECMST, but on the sport in general. Should a participant fail to conduct themselves in a manner which reflects well for ECMST, that participant will be subject to the disciplinary actions.

Disciplinary Actions:

The ECMST has three levels of disciplinary actions. Should a participant cause or be involved in conduct described below they will be subject to the disciplinary action outlined.

Level 3 -Severe

Included conduct that will constitute a Level 3 Action are:

Using your car as a weapon at any point in the day, anywhere in the racing facility. For the

purposes of clarity this includes any action taken by a driver that is deemed by the race director was for the purpose of taking the car out of the competition or to injure another driver.

Any violence (physical) with another participant, fan or race official

Any verbal abuse of an official, fan, or sponsor

Any damage done in malice to the racing facility

2 or more Level 2 disciplinary actions having been placed on the participant in the 4 consecutive calender months.

First Level 3 infraction – Car and driver are immediately loaded onto its hauler and the car and hauler immediately exits the race facility. For the purpose of the race day, the car will be

treated as if it never showed up at the facility and receive 0 points and suspended for 2 races.

Second Level 3 infraction within four consecutive calender months – Driver is suspended for four races. This suspension can carry over from one season to the next.

Level 2 – Inappropriate

Included conduct that will constitute a Level 2 Action are:

Speeding in the Pits (as determined by ECMST race officials.)

Technical infractions, which are deemed by the Technical Inspection team, were done to

intentionally mislead or trick the technical team during inspection process. IE passing a incorrect part for inspection.

Multiple rolled up black flags in one contest

Getting out of the car while track is hot without direction from the tower, race director or race official. A hot track will be defined as anytime from cars entering the track for warmup laps to after all cars have exited the track surface after the checkered flag.

Level 2 infraction – Car is parked for the remainder of the race day, and must be loaded onto the hauler. The car will be treated as if it never showed up at the facility and receive 0 points. all pay is forfeited.

Level 1 – Social Media / Public Perception

Included conduct that will constitute a Level 3 Action are:

Track incidents not defined in Level 1 or Level 2 that are publicly visible during race day

Social Media infractions

First Level 1 infraction – Driver is issued a warning and placed on 3 months probation.

For each Level 1 infraction while on Probation – Suspension for 1 race. This suspension will

carry over from season to season.

25.3. Social Media Policy

Social media is a powerful tool and can be used to both help and hurt the sport. Any inappropriate conduct by any ECMST member directed towards the ECMST as a whole (including but not limited to officials, drivers, teams, host facilities, sponsors) on any social media platform will be subject to Level 3 Disciplinary actions.

If it is determined by the ECMST that the team the individual represents was directly involved then the team and driver will also be subject to level 3 disciplinary actions.

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