All Officiating and Race Results are performed by each race tracks officials.
All Karts must pass Pre-Race Safety tech before being allowed on the track.
All karts that fail to meet any other rules or tech items will not receive any points for that event.

2018 Rule updates:
Sr4 - ISK Animal / Clone @ #360
Sr4 - LO206 @ #350
Sr4 - Treaded Tires Only - Effective 05/18
Jr Speedway - ISK Animal w/Gold Restrictor Plate @ #275
Jr Speedway - LO206 w/ Gold Slide @ #265
ISK - Must run 50% of races to receive end of year awards
ID UAS - Must run 50% of races and be a UAS member to receive end of year awards

Driver & Kart Pre-Race Safety Tech:

Fire extinguisher and First Aid kit are highly recommended.

- Helmet must be Snell 2010 or newer
- Gloves are mandatory
- Neck Collar is mandatory
- Close toed shoes are mandatory
- Long Sleeve Jacket and long pants are minimum requirement. Kart racing jacket or suit recommended.

- All bolt-on weight must be white in color. Kart number posted in black.
- All weight added to meet minimum kart/driver weight requirements shall be bolted and safety wired to the kart with a minimum 5/16-inch or 8mm bolt, with weight over 5 pounds requiring two bolts. Double nuts are permitted but threads must protrude.
- Weight mounted to the seat must use a large 1 1/4" washer to prevent the head of the bolt from pulling through the seat.
- Carrying of ballast on the driver’s person is prohibited.
- No weight may be mounted to the underside of the chassis.

The following connections must be safety wired/pinned/clipped/double nutted during any session:
- Pedal (brake and throttle)
- All brake rods and safety tether
- Master cylinder to frame
- Wolf Plate must be installed if applicable
- Calipers to frame/spindle
- Rotor to hub bolts
- Kingpins
- Steering shaft to frame
- Tie Rods (all mounting points)
- Steering hub to steering shaft
- Steering wheel to steering hub
- Wheel hub to front Spindle

Pre-Race Technical Inspection Procedures:
- Inspect driver’s helmet for proper certification
- Inspect frame for cracks and defects. Noticeable cracks and defect will render the chassis unfit for competition and will need to be replaced or welded. If welded, it must get the approval of the Race Director to continue.
- Verify brakes will lock when reasonable pressure is applied to the pedal.
- Verify Wolf plate is in place and mounted properly if applicable.
- Verify throttle fully closes when throttle pedal is released.
- Verify all safety items are lock nutted and/or wired.
- Verify weights are white with kart number posted in black and properly mounted.
- Verify front spindles are safety wired and/or clipped.
- Verify nerf bars, bumpers, and bodywork are properly secured.
- Verify all exhaust is properly secured.
- Verify all fuel system components are free of defect, and fuel line is properly 
secured to attachment points.
- Verify cameras are hard mounted to bodywork.

The registered driver must submit their kart and helmet to the Pre-Tech Inspection official(s) prior to taking to the track for any session. Additionally, each entrant is obligated to ensure that their kart(s) maintain all general safety measures (including personal safety equipment) for the duration of the sanctioned event. 

Any kart failing Pre-Race Technical Inspection has the opportunity to correct any/all problems as pointed out by the officials are re-submit the entry for approval.

Decisions of the Race Director and Chief Technical Inspector concerning Pre-Tech may not be protested.

The Idaho UAS & Jr UAS Rules as well as the ISK Pre Race Tech sheet are available for download below.
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