New NCTS and Midwest Dirt Compact Procedure

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New NCTS and Midwest Dirt Compact Procedure

New NCTS and Midwest Dirt Compact Procedure
We will no longer have throw out nights in the National Compact Touring Series during the 2024 seasons. It’s something we have had for the first 10 seasons of our touring series. While are car counts have been strong over the past few years by allowing the throw outs he could make certain events a struggle to attract cars. We are introducing the driver or car substitution rule for the 2024 season. The Midwest Dirt Compact Touring Series will be following this policy for the 2024 season as well.
Disabled Car Policy
  1. A driver will be able to borrow some another car that has attended that days race. The driver borrowing the car will have to race that car with his number and drive the car himself to secure points for that event .
  2. The driver loaning his car for this event will not secure points for that event. He will only receive 50 show points for that event.
  3. The driver loaning the car will receive event payout. The disabled car will receive tow money.
  4. The loaning of a car for an event is only eligible before a race has started. Example a driver would not be able to loan a car to another driver once the A main has started.
  5. A driver may only borrow a car (2) times during the 2024 points season.
Driver Substitution Policy
  1. If a driver is unable to attend an event he may send his car with another driver to occur points for the season championship points standings.
  2. The substitution driver may not drive his own car for the original driver to record points.
  3. If a driver has more than one car that he raced during the 2024 season he must submit to the drivers board for approval of the car that the substitute driver will be racing within 7 days of the event.
  4. A driver may only use a substitute driver (2) two times during the 2024 points series.
This policy was approved by the NCTS/Midwest Drivers board during the 2023 season for this year. This policy can’t be changed without the approval of the 2024 NCTS/Midwest Drivers board.

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