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For first time registrants, select the highest class you will be participating in. After completing your initial registration, you may register for additional classes by logging into your member profile. Contact (704) 707-0211 for questions.

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DIRTcar 358 Modified - $125.00

DIRTcar Big Block Modified - $125.00

DIRTcar Late Model - $125.00

DIRTcar Pro Late Model - $125.00

DIRTcar Sprint Car - $125.00

DIRTcar UMP Modified - $125.00

DIRTcar NE Pro Stock - $100.00

DIRTcar NE Sportsman Modified - $100.00

DIRTcar Pro Sprint - $100.00

DIRTcar Stock Car - $100.00

DIRTcar UMP Pro Modified - $100.00

DIRTcar UMP Sportsman - $100.00

DIRTcar Dwarf/Mod Lite - $80.00

DIRTcar Factory Stock - $80.00

DIRTcar Lightning/Mini Sprints - $80.00

DIRTcar Sport Compact - $80.00

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2017 DIRTCAR RACING MEMBERSHIP & COMPETITION LICENSE INDEMNITY/RELEASE
(must be completed by all applicants)

I HEREBY CERTIFY that any license hereunder is granted for the sole purpose of enabling me to participate in a race, or other motorsports-related activity. My presence in, about, or enroute to or out of any premises where DIRTcar RACING sanctioned events are presented is in furtherance of such DIRTcar RACING Events.

I HEREBY AGREE that by signing this 2017 DIRTcar RACING Membership & Competition License Indemnity/Release “Membership Application” that I will abide by all rules and regulations as set forth by DIRTcar RACING including, but not limited to, the following:

(1)   I agree to abide by all rules and regulations as may be amended from time to time, including car specifications and safety rules;

(2)   I agree that I shall be the sole spokesperson for myself, the car owner, and the race crew in all matters pertaining to the compliance with the rules and regulations, and I agree and understand that I am responsible for the conduct of my crew;

(3)   I have fully read and understand the DIRTcar RACING rules and regulations and hereby agree to fully abide by all such rules and regulations. I agree and understand (i) by submitting my race car for various technical and safety inspections, I certify that the race car meets all rules and regulations for participation in DIRTcar RACING Events, (ii) the burden of proof will rest upon me to show that I am in compliance with all of the DIRTcar RACING rules and regulations, and (iii) any violation of such rules and regulations may result in confiscation of illegal parts, fines, suspension, and/or loss of points;

(4)   I agree to appropriately use all required stickers, decals and patches and I understand that failure to do so may result in loss of points and forfeiture of all money and awards for such DIRTcar RACING Events;

(5)   I agree that all decisions of DIRTcar RACING race officials, or track officials, regarding the interpretation and application of the DIRTcar RACING rules, regulations and the scoring of positions (race day decisions), shall be non-litigable. Any disputes regarding the interpretation and application of the DIRTcar RACING rules, regulations and the scoring of positions shall be fully and finally adjudicated by an independent Appellate Board to be promptly created by DIRTcar RACING, promoters, team owners, drivers, and crew members, and subject to the DIRTcar RACING Appeals Process and Regulations. I further covenant and agree that I will not initiate any type of legal action against DIRTcar RACING, or a DIRTcar RACING promoter, to challenge such decisions, to seek monetary damages, to seek injunctive relief, or to seek any other type of legal remedy. I agree that my sole remedy is the pursuit of an appeal of the decision of the Appellate Board in this regard. I understand that if I pursue such legal action, which expressly violates this provision, then (i) I expressly agree to reimburse DIRTcar RACING and/or the DIRTcar RACING promoter, for all of its attorney’s fees and costs in defending against such legal action, and (ii) any suspension I am under at the commencement of such legal action will be extended for the length of time such legal action was in violation of this provision, such extended time to begin after such legal action has been fully dismissed;

(6)   I hereby grant and assign to DIRTcar RACING, its affiliates and DIRTcar RACING Sponsors the non-exclusive rights and authority to use my image and likeness, including my name, nickname, initials, picture, photograph, animation, persona, autograph/signature (including facsimiles thereof), voice, biographical information, and/or any and all other identifying characteristics, including the image of my vehicle, whether portrayed in still or action pictures, drawings, or other artistic renderings, in connection with my participation in DIRTcar RACING Events and for any and all uses or purposes that publicize and promote DIRTcar RACING or any of its affiliates in any way in any and all media or formats;

(7)   I further understand that there is no express or implied warranty of safety resulting from publication or compliance with the DIRTcar RACING rules, and that they are intended merely as a guide and are minimum requirements for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to participants, spectators, or others;

(8)   I understand that I am neither an agent nor employee of DIRTcar RACING or any DIRTcar RACING sanctioned race track. Further, I understand that I am solely responsible for compensating my employees, agents or pit crew members. I also assume full responsibility for reporting or filing any reports or tax returns with the appropriate authorities on any and all earnings or funds received as a result of my participation in DIRTcar RACING sanctioned racing events, including, but not limited to, Federal Social Security taxes, Federal income taxes, State income taxes, Federal and State withholding taxes, unemployment taxes and workers compensation insurance. I agree to indemnify, defend and hold DIRTcar RACING harmless from any liability for, or assessment of, any claims or penalties, including attorneys’ fees incurred, with respect to any tax liability, including labor or employment requirements imposed on DIRTcar RACING by the relevant taxing authorities with respect to any compensation paid to me by DIRTcar RACING;

The undersigned acknowledges that auto racing and related events are HAZARDOUS activities which carry with them significant risk of personal injury, death, or property damage. I also understand that there are natural, mechanical, and environmental conditions and risks which independently or in combination with the activities may cause property damages or severe or even fatal injuries to me or others. I have made a voluntary choice to participate in the activities. I agree to accept all responsibility for the risks, conditions and hazards which may occur whether or not they are known or contemplated by me. Except as set forth below, I hereby expressly assume any and all of the foregoing risks including the risks of injury, death, emotional distress, mental or physical illness, or property damage and accept sole responsibility for the safety and medical insurance costs in connection within. I further agree to forever release and hold harmless and indemnify DIRTcar RACING, its subsidiaries, directors, officers, agents, employees, officials, assigns, promoters representing races or other events under DIRTcar RACING sanction, the owners and lessees of premises on which DIRTcar RACING sanctioned events are presented, and participants thereon, for all accidents, losses, injuries (including, but not limited to death), or other casualty arising out of my participation in, about, or enroute to and out of the premises where DIRTcar RACING sanctioned or operated racing events or related activities are presented. By signing this release, I understand that any and all risk (including those set forth above) are expressly assumed by me and all claims or potential claims are expressly waived in advance. I verify that I am in good health and have no conditions that would impact my participation in auto racing or its related activities. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS READ AND VOLUNTARILY SIGNS THIS MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION, and further agrees that no oral representations, statements or inducements have been made by DIRTcar RACING.


By checking the box, I agree to the terms and conditions set forth by World Racing Group and DIRTcar Racing.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE POLICY TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  1. PURPOSE.

    The World Racing Group (hereinafter "WRG") is dedicated and committed to making its racing series safe for both competitor and spectators. WRG understands that misuse and abuse of alcohol and drugs, both legal and illegal, is a serious threat to the safety and security of motorsports, and by way of this policy, it seeks to control and eliminate such misuse and abuse at or in connection with its events. WRG requires the cooperation and assistance of all of its competitors and members in effectively implementing the "World Racing Group Substance Abuse Policy" (hereinafter "Policy"). All members, drivers, mechanics, crew members, officials, workers, and others participating in WRG events in any way (hereinafter collectively "Participants") agree to be bound by, and to comply with, the Policy terms and conditions at all WRG events at all times.


  2. PROHIBITIONS.
    1. Prohibited Substances.

      Pursuant to this Policy, prohibited substances include those substances that, in WRG’s sole determination, may adversely affect the safety and well-being of the Participants or the competition at a WRG event. Such substances include, but are not limited to, illegal drugs and the paraphernalia associated with the use of illegal drugs. WRG reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to make a determination with regard to the prohibition of any substance at any time. Pursuant to this Policy, said discretion includes the ability of WRG to make the determination after it receives the results of a drug test pursuant to this Policy. Participants shall not use, possess, purchase, sell, manufacture or participate in the distribution of prohibited substances, in any amount and at any time.

    2. Prescriptions and Over-the-Counter Medications.

      Participants shall use prescription and over-the-counter medications responsibly, and Participants should be fully informed as to the medications’ potential impact and effect on participation at WRG events. Participants should not use prescription or over-the-counter medications during WRG event if such use impairs or diminishes their skills or abilities, or if it affects the Participants’ safety or the safety of others. Even when properly used, prescription and over-the-counter medications can be dangerous and result in an unsafe environment, particularly during high speed motorsports activities.

      Misuse of a prescription or over-the-counter medication by Participants, including, without limitation, use that is inconsistent with the instructions provided by the manufacturer, pharmacist, and/or the prescribing physician, is strictly forbidden. WRG reserves the right and ability to prohibit the use or misuse of any particular prescription or over-the-counter medication, and to deem such use or misuse detrimental to the safety of Participants, the sport, and/or others. Any medication that causes Participants to have a diminished or impaired ability to perform his or her duties at and WRG event shall be deemed to be prohibited for the purpose of this Policy. The illegal acquisition and/or distribution of any prescription or over-the-counter medication is also strictly prohibited.

    3. Alcohol.

      On event days, Participants in WRG events are strictly prohibited from consuming or being under the influence of alcohol prior to or during the event. Participants shall be deemed under the influence of alcohol if a test taken before, during, or immediately after participation (in any capacity) indicates a blood alcohol content level at or above 20 mg per 100ml (.02%). However, nothing in the terms and conditions of this Policy shall prevent WRG from exercising its sole discretion to determine that a Participant evidencing alcohol usage in any amount (even with a blood alcohol content level of below 20mg per 100ml [.02%]) is under the influence and/or physically unfit for participating in the event. WRG reserves the right and ability to take such action in the interest of safety and in the best interest of the sport.


  3. TESTING BASED UPON REASONABLE SUSPICION.

    WRG can require a Participant to submit to a test or tests for the presence of alcohol, drugs or medications if a WRG event or sanctioning body official has reasonable suspicion that the Participant has violated any part of this Policy or has impaired or diminished abilities to perform as a result of using a prohibited substance. Pursuant to this Policy, testing may be performed using breath, urine, saliva, and/or blood. WRG also reserves the right and ability to determine that Participants are under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or medications through the use of a physical field test checking physical impairments or diminished capacities.

    Circumstances and factors that may cause WRG to have reasonable suspicion include, without limitation the following:

    1. Illegal substances or illegal drug paraphernalia is observed in the possession of the Participant at any time;
    2. The Participant is observed exhibiting one or more of the following symptoms or behaviors, which can potentially be associated with the use of alcohol, drugs, and/or medications:
      1. Physical signs of red or droopy eyes, and/or dilated or constricted pupils;
      2. Slurred speech, stumbling, or hyperactivity;
      3. Needle marks present on the Participant’s body;
      4. Repeated unexplained disappearances from an event;
      5. A constantly running or sniffling nose, or a nose that appears consistently red or irritated;
      6. The inability to understand or track time, exhibited, for example, by the Participant being regularly tardy or absent from appointments or commitments;
      7. Chronic forgetfulness or broken promise;
      8. An abnormal number of accident during events;
      9. Involvement in conduct which violates WRG safety procedures or involvement in careless acts during a WRG event;
      10. Inability to concentrate, lack of recollection, and/or lack of attention;
      11. Mental confusion, paranoia, or the presence of abnormal or unreasonable thoughts and ideas;
      12. Exhibitions of violent tendencies, loss of temper, irritability, or unreasonably aggressive behavior;
      13. Statements by a Participant that may indicate that he or she uses prohibited substances;
      14. Extreme personality changes and/or mood swings;
      15. Noticeably declining personal hygiene and appearance;
      16. A pattern of abnormal conduct;
      17. Violation of WRG rules or a failure to follow safe practices; and
      18. Evidence of attempts to falsify, alter or modify prior alcohol or drugs tests.
    3. The Participant is charged with, suspected of, or arrested or convicted for driving while under the influence of alcohol, drugs, medications, or other prohibited substances;
    4. The Participants is charged with, suspected of, or arrested or convicted for any type of drug related offense;
    5. The WRG receives information from a reliable source that the Participant is under the influence of alcohol, drugs, medications, or other prohibited substances on the day of a WRG event, or that the Participant is using, possessing, distributing, or selling illegal drugs or other prohibited substances at any time.
    6. The smell of alcohol or other prohibited substance is evident on the person of any Participant on the day of any WRG event.
    7. The results of an examination or test administered by, or at the request of WRG, indicates evidence that the Participant is or was using a prohibited or illegal substance, or the Participants is abusing alcohol;
    8. The Participant attempts to alter or manipulate a specimen used in connected with testing under this Policy, or the Participant attempts to alter or manipulate the results of any such testing or examination.

  4. RANDOM TESTING.

    Participants understand and acknowledge that WRG reserves the right and ability to implement (in its sole discretion) a random and/or annual testing procedure and require Participants to submit to such testing. The selection of Participants to submit to random or annual testing shall be made by WRG in WRG’s sole discretion.


  5. AUTHORIZATION FOR TESTING; WAIVER AND RELEASE; COMPLIANCE.

    If a WRG Participant refuses to sign, execute, and/or deliver an authorization for testing in connection with this Policy, and/or the "WRG Substance Abuse Policy Waiver and Release, Express Assumption of the Risk, and Indemnity Agreement" prior to participation in WRG events as required by WRG, the Participant will not be issued membership in, or a license to, WRG, and the Participant will not be permitted to participate in WRG events. In such a circumstance, if a Participant is already a member, and/or already has a WRG license, the Participant will be suspended until he or she complies with all requirements of this Policy.

    Upon request pursuant to this Policy, Participants must comply and submit to testing within the time period designated by the WRG officials. If a Participant refuses to comply with or participate in testing within the time period designated by WRG officials, the Participant may be removed from WRG event premises and suspended from competition. In such a circumstance, the Participant will also be subject to additional disciplinary action pursuant to this Policy.


  6. TESTING PROCEDURES.
    1. Handling of Specimens

      WRG shall designate certain WRG officials with the responsibility to collect test specimens and to carry out the following procedures with due care and diligence:

      1. To ensure that the specimens are properly designated and are accurately logged and registered from Participants. This may include the observing the specimen collection process.
      2. To ensure that the specimens are collected within the appropriate and designated time periods. According to this Policy, specimen collections should normally be made within one hour or less of the Participant being notified that testing will be conducted. However, WRG reserves the right to designate a different time period as circumstances require or warrant.
      3. To ensure that the specimens are not altered or manipulated, including by promptly measuring the temperature of the specimens. WRG may, in its sole discretion deem any particular sample inappropriate for testing and require a Participant to provide additional specimens, as necessary.
      4. To label, secure, and transport the specimens to WRG’s designated testing facility in such a manner as to ensure the integrity of the specimens.
      5. To obtain forms completed by the Participants in connection with testing, identifying all prescription and over-the-counter medications consumed by the Participant in the preceding three months.
    2. Testing Facility.
      All testing pursuant to this Policy will be completed at a facility (or facilities) selected by WRG, in its sole discretion, from the listing of those facilities that have been certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration of the United States Department of Health and Human Services and/or by the College of American Pathologists Forensic Urine Drug Testing Program (hereinafter the "Facility").
    3. Testing Specifics.
      The Facility shall determine the appropriate standards and methods of analysis regarding specimens submitted concerning WRG Participants. The Facility shall also determine if, and to what extent, a specimen is deemed to be a true positive for a prohibited substance and/or alcohol, along with whether or not the specimen has been altered or manipulated. The Facility shall transmit all testing results to an official (or officials) designated by WRG for interpretation, and for determination of the appropriate course of action.

  7. POSITIVE TESTS
    1. Concerning Prohibited Substances Other Than Alcohol:
      1. Upon being notified by the designated WRG official (or officials) of a true positive test result for a WRG Participant, the WRG Officials shall suspend the Participants’ membership and license with WRG for an indefinite period, and it shall take such other disciplinary action it deems appropriate under the circumstances pursuant to this Policy and WRG rules and guidelines.
      2. If, following a suspension (and the enforcement of any other disciplinary action), a Participant desires to resume participation in any way in a WRG event, the Participant must obtain approval from the WRG Appeals Board and/or WRG Supervisory Officials and must voluntarily submit himself or herself to follow up, and regularly scheduled, testing as deemed necessary by the WRG Supervisory Officials and/or Board. Such follow up testing shall be conducted in a manner, and under certain conditions, as determined necessary by the WRG Supervisory Officials and/or Board. The follow up testing as determined by the WRG Supervisory Officials and/or Board shall also be conducted solely at the expense of the Participant. In the event that a suspended Participant submits to follow up testing and such testing shows no evidence of a prohibited substance, the WRG Supervisory Officials and/or Board may reinstate the Participant, assuming the Participant is otherwise eligible to participate, and assuming that the Participant agrees to make himself or herself available for future random tests without the need for reasonable suspicion. Such random testing shall be conducted as the WRG Supervisory Officials and/or Board sees fit, shall take place at any time and at any WRG event, and shall be conducted at Participant’s sole expense.
    2. Concerning Alcohol:
      1. Upon being notified by the designated WRG official (or officials) that a Participant has consumed alcohol in violation of this Policy, the WRG Supervisory Officials and/or Appeals Board may suspend the Participant’s membership and/or license for an indefinite period and/or take such other disciplinary action deemed appropriate under the circumstances.
      2. If, following a suspension (and the enforcement of any other disciplinary action), a Participant desires to resume participation in any way in a WRG event, the Participant must obtain approval from the WRG Appeals Board and/or Supervisory Officials and must voluntarily submit himself or herself to follow up, and regularly scheduled, testing as deemed necessary by the Board. In the event that a suspended Participant submits to follow up testing and such testing shows no evidence of alcohol or a prohibited substance, the WRG Supervisory Officials and/or the Board may reinstate the Participant, assuming the Participant is otherwise eligible to participate, and assuming that the Participant agrees to make himself or herself available for future random tests without the need for reasonable suspicion. Such random testing shall be conducted as the WRG Supervisory Officials and/or Board sees fit, shall take place at any time and at any WRG event, and shall be conducted at Participant’s sole expense.
    3. Publication:

      Participants agree that WRG may, as it deems reasonable under the circumstances, publish the results of any test or tests conducted pursuant to this Policy and the circumstances giving rise to such test to such third parties. Participants also agree that WRG may, in its discretion, publish information regarding disciplinary action taken as a result of any testing or any violation of the Policy. Participants shall have no claim or cause of action of any kind against WRG or any of its officials, directors, officers, employees or agents with respect to any such publication.


  8. COMPROMISED TESTS.

    A Participant who acts with the intent, and/or does in fact, falsify, alter, or otherwise manipulated with any specimen or any aspect of the testing procedure or process under this Policy will be subject to disciplinary action as issued by the WRG Supervisory Officials and/or WRG Appeals Board. A specimen that is identified as having been falsified, altered, or manipulated shall be treated in the same manner as a true positive test result for a prohibited substance other than alcohol, with all attendant consequences and results as set forth above.


  9. PROHIBITED ACTED UNDER THIS POLICY.

    If WRG determines that a Participant has engaged in any prohibited act under this Policy or has acted in a manner contrary to the purpose and intent of this Policy, WRG may remove the Participant from the WRG event premises and/or take any other emergency action as is deemed appropriate under the circumstances. In such a circumstance, the Participant will also be subject to disciplinary action as issued in the discretion of the WRG Supervisory Officials and/or WRG Appeals Board.


  10. TREATMENT FOR ALCOHOL, DRUGS, OR MEDICATIONS.

    WRG shall not be involved in recommending or prescribing any particular rehabilitation programs or procedures in response to a violation of this Policy. However, WRG strongly encourages Participants in violation of the Policy to obtain professional and ongoing help and assistance. In determining potential reinstatement and future participation, WRG will take into account a Participant’s efforts to obtain professional help, and it will consider the results and successful completion of programs and assistance.


  11. WRG RULES.

    This Policy, as it may be amended from time to time, serves as a supplement to the currently effective WRG Rules as promulgated by the WRG Supervisory Officials and/or WRG Board of Directors. This Policy shall be interpreted and applied by the WRG in the context of and in connection with the WRG Rules. This Policy is, and shall be, binding upon all WRG members in the same manner, and to the same extent, as the WRG Rules.



WORLD RACING GROUP SUBSTANCE ABUSE POLICY AUTHORIZATION FOR TESTING OF ALCOHOL, DRUGS, MEDICATIONS, AND OTHER PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES; AND WAIVER AND RELEASE, EXPRESS ASSUMPTION OF THE RISK, AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT
  1. IN FULL AND COMPLETE CONSIDERATION OF the World Racing Group ("WRG") allowing me to become a member of WRG and/or IN CONSIDERATION of WRG issuing me a license to participate and/or IN CONSIDERATION of WRG allowing me to participant in an way in WRG events and activities, and/or IN CONSIDERATION OF me being able to enter into or upon the premises and facilities and locations where said EVENTS are or will be taking place , I, on behalf of my personal representatives, heirs, and next of kin (hereinafter collectively "PARTICIPANT") hereby acknowledge and agree as follows:
  2. PARTICIPANT hereby GIVES HIS CONSENT TO WRG (and its designated agents and officials) to collect blood, urine, saliva, hair, and breath specimens from me; and to test those specimens for the presence of alcohol, drugs, medications, and/or any prohibited substances under WRG’s Substance Abuse Policy ("Policy"); and to conduct such other test (including physical field tests checking physical impairments or diminished capacities) as deemed necessary by WRG from time to time to determine whether or not PARTICIPANT’s ability to participate in any way at any WRG event may be diminished or impaired as set forth in the Policy. PARTICPANT has received, read and understand the Policy dated March 2008, and PARTICIPANT understands and acknowledges that the Policy may be amended by WRG from time to time. PARTICIPANT is responsible to become aware of and remain familiar with the terms and conditions Policy at all times, including with regard to any revisions thereto. PARTICIPANT recognizes and accepts that the Policy has been implemented and administered by WRG to promote both the integrity of WRG events and the safety of those participating in and present at WRG events.
  3. PARTICIPANT hereby RELEASES, DISCHARGES, AND COVENANTS NOT TO SUE WRG, track owners, operators, lessors, or lessees, event promoters and sponsors, and all of their officials, officers, employees, directors, agents, and any individuals or facilities affiliated with testing performed pursuant to the Policy (collectively "RELEASEES") FROM ALL LIABILITY OF WHATEVER KIND OR NATURE, IN LAW, EQUITY OR OTHERWISE, WHETHER NOW KNOWN OR UNKNOWN, SUSPECTED OR UNSUSPECTED, FOR ANY AND ALL PRESENT OR FUTURE LOSS OR DAMAGE, AND ANY CLAIMS, LIENS, DEMANDS, CAUSES OF ACTION, debts, liabilities, expenses including court costs and attorneys fees, SUITS OR JUDGMENTS THEREFROM (collectively "LIABILITY") ON ACCOUNT OF ANY PERSONAL INJURY, INJURY TO PERSONAL PROPERTY, OR RESULTING IN DEATH ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO any acts or omissions concerning the development, implementation, or enforcement of the Policy, the selection or retention of any person or entity in connection with the Policy, and/or the publication of information concerning the Policy, including, without limitation test results or disciplinary action taken. This specifically includes, without limitation, LIABILITY arising from the ordinary negligence of RELEASEES.
  4. PARTICIPANT also acknowledges and understands that testing pursuant to the Policy and WRG events can be VERY DANGEROUS and could result in PERSONAL INJURY, DEATH, and/or PROPERTY DAMAGE. Participation in the Policy and WRG events can result in serious physical, mental, or emotional stress and strain, disability, and/or disfigurement. This agreement also constitutes an express and contractual ASSUMPTION OF ALL RISKS AND DANGERS associated with the Policy and WRG events, including the potential ordinary NEGLIGENCE of the RELEASEES. PARTICIPANT understands that RELEASEES make no warranties or representations about the Policy or testing procedures, equipment, services, or facilities.
  5. PARTICIPANT further hereby agrees to DEFEND, INDEMNIFY, SAVE AND HOLD HARMLESS the RELEASEES from any LIABILITY (including from court costs and attorneys fees) arising out of or related to this agreement, the Policy, or PARTICIPANT’s participation in WRG events.
  6. PARTICIPANT agrees and understands that this agreement shall be deemed entered into in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, and that it shall be governed by and interpreted under the laws of North Carolina. This agreement is intended to operate and be construed as broadly as allowed under North Carolina law.
  7. PARTICIPANT agrees and understands that this agreement is intended to be fully severable and that if any portion of this agreement is found to be void or invalid, the remainder of the agreement shall be enforced to the fullest extent of the law. 1
  8. PARTICIPANT HAS READ THIS AGREEMENT, FULLY UNDERSTANDS ITS TERMS, AND UNDERSTANDS THAT THIS IS AN IMPORTANT LEGAL DOCUMENT. PARTICIPANT FURTHER UNDERSTANDS THAT BY SINGING THE AGREEMENT HE IS GIVING UP SUBSTANTIAL LEGAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHTS OF HIS FAMILY. PARTICIPANT SIGNS THIS DOCUMENT FREELY AND VOLUNTARILY WITHOUT ANY INDUCEMENT, ASSURANCE, OR GUARANTEE BEING MADE TO HIM, AND HE INTEND HIS SIGNATURE TO BE A COMPLETE AND UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE OF LIABILITY TO THE GREATEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW. PARTICIPANT further agrees that no oral representations, statements or inducements, apart from the foregoing written agreement, have been made to him. He was given ample opportunity to read the agreement and/or have it reviewed by legal counsel of his choice. He was also offered a copy of this agreement.

By checking the box, I agree to the terms and conditions set forth by World Racing Group and DIRTcar Racing.

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