RACING AND PASSING

8.1 When passing a competitor, there may be no:
 

      

    

a) Bumping of the opposition car in order to gain a position.                                                               

b) Use of the infield where two or more wheels are positioned on the infield in order to make the pass. If a competitor gains a position by using the infield, he passes one lap to relinquish that position or face being sent to the back of the field or even be black flagged.

8.2  When being passed, a competitor may not deliberately block the faster competitor. Deliberate blocking occurs when a faster competitors front wheels are positioned in front of the slower competitors rear wheels and the slower competitor continuously turns into the faster lead to the slower driver being black flagged.
8.3  If a competitor deliberately spins another competitor, he will be black flagged immediately.

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