Southern Maine's Fastest Clay Oval




​​Rule Book

Rules Familiarity:
It is up to everyone entering the facility to read all rules and be knowledgeable and comply with all rules.
Entering Bartlett Bridge Raceway:
All drivers, pit crew, safety personnel or anyone that enters pit area must sign a liability waiver to enter the facility.  Anyone not signing the waiver will not be allowed on the property or on the track.
All rules apply during racing or during practice sessions and include drivers and pit personnel. All drivers and pit personnel shall conduct themselves in an orderly manner. Drivers are responsible for the control and actions of their pit crews and family members. Unacceptable actions of pit crew and family members may subject the driver to penalty or disqualification and possible suspension. All suspensions, rule violations and misconduct will be reviewed by the Bartlett Bridge Raceway staff.
No Alcohol or drug consumption by the Drivers or pit crew will be tolerated prior to/during any race event. Violation will be cause for immediate disqualification from the race and a loss of 100 Points.
Contact a BBR official or go to sign up (Radio Race Director). Non-professional inquires will not be eligible for discussion.
Pit Area:
No open alcohol beverages allowed in pits during any racing event.
Every race team is responsible for having a minimum of one fire extinguisher for their pit area.
Driver Age Requirements:
A drivers age is base on how old they are as of January 1st. (Example; If you are 15 years old on January 1st you can compete in that age class for the complete season regardless of when you turn 16)
All racers under the age of 18 will be required to supply a copy of birth certificate.
All racers under the age of 18 will need a parent or legal guardian (notarized proof guardian) present during any practice or race event.
Drivers Clothing/Racing Gear:
-HELMETS, 2005 (or newer) DOT approved full face with shield or goggles.
-CLOTHING, Fire resistant suits are recommended. All clothing should be abrasion resistant, Long sleeves, long pants, socks, shoes and gloves are mandatory. Hooded sweatshirts will not be allowed.
-NECK BRACE, Braces are required and must be designed for racing applications.
-ELBOW PAD, A right arm elbow pad must be used in all kart classes.
Kart Requirements:

-LO206, We follow Briggs & Stratton LO206 latest rule book. Options to the rule book are
#9 JC Specialty #120110
#32 Open Clutch
#34 Exhaust 5530
-WKA Engine classes will be teched with the WKA Technical Manuel
-Stock Appearing classes will be teched visually from air intake to exhaust. Everything must be stock from the factory. All internal modifications allowed as long as they are not visable externally.
-Silencer must be a stock RLV type mufflers.

-Must have a proven safe design.
-All karts must have a floor pan from feet to seat.

-All cages must be mounted in a safe fashion with a minimum thickness of 1 inch. A minimum of a 5/16 grade 8 bolts double nutted or pinned to chassis on rocker cages.
- All caged karts must have proper arm restraints. Hand and arm movement cannot extend past the roll cage in any direction.

-All added weight must be painted white with a minimum of a 5/16 bolt. Bolts must be cotter-keyed, safety wired or double nutted.
-Any weight over 7lb must use 2, 5/16 bolts.
-All weights must be added to the frame or front bumper only (no added weight to the nerf bars or rear bumber).

- Listed on Classes page

-Any 5-6 inch kart wheel allowed.

-Hubs must have snap rings and safety wire.

-All steering components must be safety wired

-All karts must have working rear brakes. All brake bolts and supports will have no less than nylock nuts.
-All karts must have a brake rotor guard or Wolfe plate installed.

- Any clutch can be used for all classes.
- All Karts must have a chain anti derailment guide.
- All karts must have a working automatic throttle closing device .
- All karts must have a clutch guard in place.

- Gasoline or Methanol fuel.
- Fuel tanks must be securely bolted to the floor pan beneath the steering shaft unless it is a integral part of the engine.
- All karts must have a over flow catch can.

-All karts must have a full body consisting of a nose, left
and right body panel.
-All bodies must be securely mounted. In the event of a accident during the race, BBR official will approve the kart is safe to return to the track. RFID scoring stickers must be readable by the scoring system for a official score.
-All numbers must be 6″ high minimum, with contrasting background color located on left and right of kart body.

-Rear Bumpers must cover wheel to wheel. Minimum length is 36 inches and cannot extend past the side body panel.
-All karts must have left and right nerf bars installed.

-Seats must be of one piece molded construction with no peaks or add in sections. Seats must be securely bolted to the frame and non adjustable while kart is in motion.
-No portion of the seat shall be located rearward of the vertical plane of the rear axle.