Pets are not allowed in any areas of the race facility during race events. Only registered service dogs (i.e.: seeing-eye dogs or dogs used to assist disabled guests) are allowed on the property or the parking areas. All guest entering the facility with animals other than seeing-eye dogs, or dogs used to assist the disabled guests will be asked to confine their pet inside their vehicle or HOLD their dog during the race event.
DISCLAIMER: The track owners live on property and do have a dogs, and they sometimes get out, but we do our best to keep them confined during races. Pets can be unpredictable and we have established this policy for the Safety of all participants.
Recreational Vehicle Restrictions
All unauthorized vehicles will be impounded during any racing event. For your safety, and the safety of others, the use of personal transportation vehicles is prohibited. Unauthorized vehicles include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Golf Carts
- Motorized Bikes
- Unlicensed Motorcycles
If you bring an unauthorized vehicle to the race track you will be asked by staff to leave it in your car or trailer. Authorized ATVs are operated by track officials, event personnel, and competitors only.
No one under the age of 16 is allowed to operate such vehicles at the track or in pits.
Track Gate Hours of Operation (Race Event Dates Only)
Access to Hot Pit area is only permitted after “Gates Open” time which is at 5:00pm for the Summer Series & 1:00pm for Winter Races (We use Daylight Savings Time Changes as our guide.) If you are early and willing to help with track prep, then that can be arranged! 🙂
*Times are subject to change, especially with Special/Big Show events so please always check the Website or KAM’s Facebook page for announcements. Be sure to sign up for our email list and get the information first hand in most cases.
Guest Code of Conduct (See the “Rules” page for more policies & procedures)
Please be aware that the following behavior is not allowed at KAM:
- Foul/abusive language or obscene gestures
- Fighting, taunting, or making threatening remarks or gestures
- Alcohol consumption or intoxication during the race program
- Any disruption of the event, including throwing of objects or yelling at the race officials
- Smoking in the seating areas
- Cheering when anther driver wrecks (or otherwise can’t finish the race)
- Displays of affection not appropriate in a family setting
- Obscene or indecent clothing, Offensive signs, public drunkenness and profanity will not be tolerated
- Entering the Hot Pits without purchasing a Pit Pass! *(You will be asked to leave.)
This is Youth Racing – not Pee Wee Football. Motorsports is held to a higher degree of sportsmanship than most other sports. Race Car Drivers are seen as ‘heros’ and looked up to, and we are a Racing Community sharing a passion for the sport – when you come to KAM you are part of that Community. But most importantly this is Driver Development years and the emphasis is on training/coaching, kids learning how to drive, mastering technique & gaining confidence while they move up the motorsports progression ladder. As one of our Pit Mom’s put it; “It’s more fun to win!” – it’s more important to do it safely while gaining needed skills and understanding, and showing Sportsmanship at all times.
Guests not adhering to the above code, or behaving inappropriately will be asked to leave the facility, and if you are associated with a race team, that driver could be penalized for their guest’s actions. Please remember to be courteous and considerate while at the track, around the pits and in the stands.
The following items are allowed at the track:
- Plastic Bottles
- Seat Cushions
- Lawn Chairs
The following items are NOT allowed:
- Inline skates/skateboards
- Umbrellas in bleacher areas or observation platform
- Weapons, including, but not limited to, guns, knives, stun guns and pepper spray
All items and persons at KAM are subject to search and seizure. If an illegal item is seized it will not be released except to the Rhome Police Dept. or a Wise County Sheriff officer. Please keep your personal items with you at all times.
Racers: there is a printable copy of this “Fan Guide” on the Forms page for you to print and hand out to your guests, friends and family. It is imperative that all Spectators and race Participants know and understand the rules and policies of the track before a violation occurs. One bad situation can ruin a child’s racing dream, or prevent them from having a successful motorsports career beyond karting.
The KAM Race Officials desire for everyone to have a great time and enjoy the program!