Supplemental Ice Race Rules for 2023 Season 

1) Refer to the AMA Competition Rulebook in particular sections pertaining to Track Racing.  

2) All studded classes will use authorized AMA studs, except in rubber tire classes. Ice screw specifications: Sheet metal screws with a ¼” hexagonal washer head with no more than  one straight screwdriver slot. Overall head height from under washer 3/16” (.1875” + or -.006)  Maximum head washer diameter: .350” Screw driver slot not to exceed .085” Screw height not to  exceed 3/16” (.1875”+ or -.006) above tire. No added washers. Base of screw must contact rubber of  tire. No screw modification from production allowed, such as sharpening etc. There will be  no cutting tires, except in rubber tire classes. 

3) All tires used must be a motorcycle type tire not to exceed 510 or equivalent in size, with the  exception of the 506cc and up Heavyweight Rubber Side Car, they may use up to a 610 or  equivalent. Sidecars can only be driven by one rear wheel. 

4) All motorcycles and quads used in ice race competition shall be equipped with a tether type kill  switch. The cord must be fastened to the body of the driver, not the clothing. 

5) No front brakes allowed on motorcycles and sidecars. Front brakes are allowed on Quads only. Motorcycles only running in the GP/TT Series may have front brakes, but must be removed  before racing the Oval Series. 

6) For studded motorcycle classes, it will be mandatory to have a front fender having a brace at a right  angle to the fork leg through the center of the axle. Fender must be mounted within two inches of  the tire and extend through axle center line. See 2023 AMA Ice Racing Rulebook. 

7) For all studded motorcycle classes it will be mandatory to have a solid rear motorcycle fender,  mounted to the swing arm a maximum of two inches from the tire, and 7” past the 90 degree axle  center towards the front of the motorcycle. See 2023 AMA Ice Racing Rulebook.  

8) Nerf bars with heel guards are required for all studded ATV Classes to protect the rider’s feet, and  cannot be mounted higher than the axle center line or wider than the wheels. 

9) The distance between the sidecar wheel and motorcycle wheels, measured from the center of the  treads, must be between 32-50 inches, with a maximum total width of 60 inches from the  motorcycle tire center line to the outside of the sidecar. Any exposed area, to the passenger, of the  rear drive and inside of hack wheel must be enclosed in a safe and workman like manner.  

10) All motorcycles shall be equipped with 3 number plates measuring at least 7” high and 10” wide,  using a white back ground and black numbers at least 5” high and easily readable. Exception to this  rule will be made for motorcycles that are 85cc and below. All quads must have 4 plates one on the  front, rear and both sides. 

11) Yearend awards will be awarded in all classes that qualify. The money for these awards will be raised  in the following manner. The Club/Promoter will pay $4.00 for each class entered except for 50cc  classes in which the Club/Promoter will pay $1.00. This will be sent to the D-14 ice race chairman by  the event promoter. Riders must compete in at least 70% of the sanctioned events

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held to be eligible for high point awards. (IE: If 8 are scheduled, and 4 are canceled, you must have  attended all 4 completed events)  

12) We will allow up to two (2) points paying events per weekend, on separate days only. Riders  competing in both events may receive points for High Points Year End Awards. Only one event per  weekend will be considered State Championship points paying and will be identified on the annual  schedule.  

13) In all B classes, the top 30% of riders will be moved up to the A class for the following season, 1 rider  if the class has 10 riders or less for the year. The Ice Race Chairman & committee will retain the right  to review all riders’ performance in any class for possible advancement to a regular amateur class. If  any rider feels they are unable to compete at the A level, they can petition in writing to the Ice Race  Chairman to be reclassified to the B level. See AMA 2023 Racing Rulebook.  

14) Six (6) riders constitute a class. If less than six riders sign up for a class, the promoter or club does  not have to run that class. 

15) More than one class may be run at the same time and scored separately. 

16) Points will be as follows for standard meets with full classes; 

1st - 20pts. 2nd - 16pts. 3rd - 13pts. 4th - 11pts. 5th - 10pts. 6th - 9pts 7th - 8pts 8th - 7pts. 9th - 6pts. 10th - 5pts. 11th - 4pts. 12th - 3pts. 13th - 2pts. 14th - 1point.  

Scoring for D14 Ice Race State Championship will be as follows: 

1st – 25pts. 2nd - 22pts. 3rd - 20pts. 4th - 18pts. 5th - 16pts. 6th - 15pts. 7th - 14pts. 8th - 13pts. 9th - 12pts. 10th - 11pts. 11th - 10pts. 12th - 9pts. 13th - 8pts. 14th - 7pts.  15th – 6 pts. 16th – 5 pts. 17th – 4pts. 18th – 3pts. 19th – 2pts. 20th – 1pt. 

17) A rider placing in a National Ice race, outside of District 14, will receive straight D14 points according  to the position he or she placed as long as the national promoter or participant pays into the points  fund. (You cannot ride your class on Saturday out of state at a national and race in District 14 on  Sunday and receive points for both). 

18) The Ice Race Division Board shall be composed of the following personnel: (1) Chairman; (2)  Technical Advisers also known as Vice Chairman, one specializing in Motorcycles and the other in  Quads, they both report to the Chairman; (1) Secretary; and (1) Treasurer.  

19) The Ice Race Division Board will pay no gate fee. The 2023 board will be:  

Christopher Ice, Chairman 

Dew Millhisler, Vice Chairman / Quad Technical Advisor 

Kevin Lambert Jr., Vice Chairman / Motorcycle Technical Advisor 

Jenna Millhisler, Treasurer 

Jessica Ice, Secretary 

20) Ice race locations may be changed do to ice conditions, but no less than 24 hours before race day. 

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21) 85cc classes and below may run fewer laps at promoter’s discretion. 

22) Riding numbers 1-10 will be assigned/reserved for the top ten riders in AMA Ice Racing competition  according to their overall point’s position from the previous season. (IE: No rider is allowed to use  #1 unless they earned it the previous year.) 

23) An event that is designated D14 State Championship event must run all district designated classes. A  promoter or club is required to advertise the event in order to maximize exposure and attendance. 

24) State Championship lineup- The top 6 riders in points in each class are locked into their starting  positions according to their point’s position. The front row should be a minimum of 6 riders if track  dimensions allow. 

25) D14 State Championship races will be a minimum 10 laps, maximum of 20 laps. Youth class’s laps  may be as low as 50% of the adult laps. 

26) A rider must finish the final event of the day on the same machine that started the first race of the  day. Motor can be changed but must meet class requirements. 

27) Any rider that makes the final race but receives DNF score will receive points according to their final  position. A score of DNS is no points. 

28) Pro-Am Classes will have a minimum 75% payback for at least 50% of the field. 29) Any rider abusing practice system shall start from the penalty line in all races that day. 

30) For main events where large classes are concerned, special attention should be payed to plowing. If  riders are unable to use the width of the track due to snow build up, the track must be plowed.  Riders of these large classes should be consulted on this issue as it develops to insure fast and safe  racing. 

31) In all heat races, all riders must get a front row start, if there is not enough room; the class is to be  split into more heats. There will be a maximum of 5 quads or 5 sidecars in any heat, track conditions  permitting. 

32) Track race scoring will be used for AMA D14 Ice Racing. 

33) All riders are responsible for the safety and conduct of themselves and their “crew”. Any  misconduct, bad behavior or unsafe acts by rider or crew member could get your rider penalized  from a back row starts for the day, loss of points, suspension or expulsion from D14 / AMA events as  determined by the District 14 Club Council.

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34) The Ice Race Chairman can also award the following special awards: 

Sportsman Award, Rubber Tire Racer of the year, Quad Racer of the Year, Studded Solo  Racer of the year, Youth Racer of the year and Women’s Racer of the Year. This should be  voted on by riders and promoters. 

35) For all non-studded classes and studded quad classes, inside boundary markers will be moved all  the way to the inside by promoter or club track crews. 

36) Promoters and Clubs may advertise and run an “exhibition” class, but riders participating in that  class will not earn D14 points for that class. 

37) AMA D14 Ice Race Board has elected to utilize a Straight Program. Gates open no later than 7am,  registration opens at 7:00am, mandatory riders meeting after practice, practice & racing to follow  riders meeting. 

38) Riders participating in Quad Amateur classes (studded) may utilize cut tires as long as the preceding  stud rules are still met. Youth classes shall not use cut tires. 

39) Any professionally licensed rider may only compete in “A” level or Pro-Am classes. In such an event  the Pro Rider is not eligible for D-14 points. Pro-Am classes are considered “A” level classes. Any  professionally licensed motorcycle rider may also compete in the Rubber Solo Open class or  professionally licensed ATV rider may compete in the Quad Rubber Open class and shall be  permitted to collect series points and awards. 

40) All racers and their parents (if the racer is a minor) must sign and acknowledge our D14 Ice Racing  Code of Conduct form before they are permitted to participate. This form will be available at rider  registration and is good for one year. 

The Code of Conduct form is an agreement that states the rider (or parents of a minor) have read  these supplemental rules and agree to follow them, along with the AMA competition rule book as it  pertains to Track Racing. The following are key topics: 

a. A rider and their crew (parents, friends, mechanic, etc.) shall not use foul language when  addressing another participant, promoters, flagger, scoring personnel or any AMA D14  Official. 

b. Others riders not participating in the actual race that is on the track and all crew members  shall not be permitted to be on the race track at any time unless the promoter and  emergency personnel provide permission.  

c. Riders and crew members shall not enter the safety barrier or safety zone at any time during  a race. This zone may not be used at all venues. In the case there is not an extra safety zone,  crew members shall remain at least 50 feet from the outer edge of the race track unless  there is a fence creating a barrier between the race itself and the spectators. 

d. Any protests must be made according to the current AMA Track Racing rules and made  within the proper time frame allowed. No late protests will be recognized.

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