Basic on Ice Rules
- The on ice waiver must be signed or you will be required to leave the ice surface.
- All vehicles parked on the ice must have a tarp or other suitable method of catching any possible fluid leaks. This item must cover the entire area beneath your engine and transmission and rear differential (if applicable).
- All fueling must be done on the shore.
- Any persons using a camera at turn stations must have a spotter. Please seek permission from race organizer if you would like to go out to the infield for media purposes.
- KEEP THE LAKE CLEAN, this includes spills, food and drink waste, and cigarette butts. If it doesn’t belong in the lake, keep it off the ice.
- We want to keep a peaceful relationship with the locals. Be respectful, no hooning!
ICEX and Time Attack – no passing (Solo) Specific Car Preparation
**NOTE** Time Attack requires a CACC competition licence to participate.
Minimum Ice Race Novice or Time Attack Novice licence, Found HERE
Each driver (and passenger if permitted to ride along) is required to wear a helmet. The helmet must be rated Snell SA2005, or M2005 or newer to qualify.(Cars with roll cages must use SA rated helmets, M rated is NOT permitted, For time attack M rated helmets must use a fire retardant balaclava ) DOT, Bicycle, dirt bike, skateboard, or other types of helmets are NOT permitted. (Non-compliant helmets may be confiscated and returned at days end)
- Motor Mounts solid
- Battery securely fastened and positive terminal covered
- No cracked hoses, belts tight
- No oil, fuel, antifreeze, hydraulic, or other fluid leaks
- Radiator overflow and engine breathers must be contained (no vent to atmosphere/ground)
- Throttle must free with no binding
Wheels Tires and Suspension
- Tires must winter rated and street legal (DOT studded or non-studded) with adequate tread. No cracks, blisters, bulges or cords showing. Studded tires must comply with BC MVA specification. Studs may not protrude past 3.5mm
- Vehicle center of gravity must within SCCA rollover guideline limits (Section 3-34). Vehicles falling outside of these guidelines will be must be cleared with the chief scrutineer. Please contact us if you are unsure if your vehicle qualifies.
- Lug nuts must be torqued to spec.
- Wheel bearings/tie rods/ball joints must not show excessive play and must be adjusted properly
- Solid brake pedal feel with no bleed down
- Seat belts must be operational with no frays or cuts
- All loose items including unmounted floor mats must be removed from interior, glove box, and trunk
- All body panels properly secured to vehicle
- Headlamps in working condition
- Windshield wipers in working condition