75-Lap Late Model Feature Race
Friday, May 19
Attention All INEX Teams
INEX just announced a rule change regarding two-way radios in INEX sanctioned events. They are leaving it up to the tracks to decide how they will handle the Legends and Bandos for the weekly races. Southside Speedway will allow two-way radios in the Legend car division, but not in the Bandos and Raceivers will still be required for both divisions.
The rule will read as followed:
During all INEX Legend’s car races, two-way radios (UHF receiving device capable of monitoring race director audio as a priority communication over any two-way communication from the race team only) are permitted but not required.
All frequency transmissions must be UHF analog only. Encryption or scrambling of the signal is not allowed. Frequencies must be made available to INEX or Track Officials upon request.
The only two forms of communication that are allowed is a Raceiver (that is controlled by the race director and is required) and/or the UHF radio system as described above.
Cell phones or any other source of communication that connects the driver to any outside source is not allowed.
A Raceiver (that is controlled by the race director and is required) is the only communication that is allowed. Two-way radios, cell phones or any other source of communication that connects the driver to any outside source is not allowed.
The service station that served as our “track fuel” station last season has been torn down and replaced by a 7-11. Therefore, the new track fuel for all Bandos and Legends at Southside Speedway will be 93 Octane, pump gas only from the 7-11. The 7-11 is located at the corner of Genito and Hull Street (Route 360). You will be tested throughout the season to ensure that this is the only gas being run this season.