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Rulebook

The Mint 400 Rulebook

The Mint 400 Rulebook is the exclusive property of The Mint 400 Race Corp. The publication, distribution, and/or use of these rules by another organization or individual is strictly forbidden unless prior written consent is given by The Mint 400 Race Corp. owners.

This Rulebook contains rules, regulations, policies, specifications, and technical requirements overseeing the operations of, and participation in, the Mint 400 off-road races. It is being published to provide for the professional conduct of The Mint 400 racing events and to establish the minimum acceptable safety requirements for such events. The Mint 400 owners reserve the right to alter, suspend or update this Rulebook, and/or issue additional regulations, at any time with or without notice, and at their sole discretion.

Ignorantia juris non excusat. The rules, regulations, policies, specifications, and technical requirements governing the conduct of, and participation in, the Mint 400 shall be deemed in effect at all times, regardless of whether or not any Mint 400 Race Participant has knowledge of them.

1. GENERAL REGULATIONS 

GENERAL REGULATIONS

This Rulebook contains rules, regulations, policies, specifications, and technical requirements overseeing the operations of, and participation in, the Mint 400 off-road races. It is being published to provide for the professional conduct of The Mint 400 racing events and to establish the minimum acceptable safety requirements for such events. The Mint 400 owners reserve the right to alter, suspend or update this Rulebook, and/or issue additional regulations, at any time with or without notice, and at their sole discretion.

2.  TECHNICAL REGULATIONS

TECHNICAL REGULATIONS – CAR/TRUCK/MOTO CLASSES
TECHNICAL REGULATIONS – UTV CLASSES

Technical regulations apply to all classes unless otherwise noted in class regulations. Class requirements or safety regulations that are class specific may take precedence  over technical regulations. If class rules specifically state that a modification or optional equipment is allowed, it will be allowed. M400’s intent when prescribing specifications for safety equipment for vehicles/entrants that will compete under M400 rules is to provide protection to all entrants, crew members, officials, and spectators. M400 does not intend to restrict the general or specific design of any vehicle, but does encourage all entrants to give full attention to safety requirements. Any deviation from the technical rules at any M400 promoted or sanctioned event will be contingent upon the approval of M400 in writing in advance of the event.

3. CLASS SPECIFIC REGULATIONS
The TR abbreviations listed under classes (I.E. TR1 HELMETS) refer to TR cross reference listings in the front of this book. These TR cross-referenced listings are part of the class rules. Where a conflict occurs between the TR cross-referenced listing and a rule contained under this class, the rule contained under classes takes priority.

4-WHEEL VEHICLE CLASS SPECIFIC REGULATIONS (ADULT & YOUTH)

Unlimited Truck
Unlimited Truck Legends
Class 1
Unlimited Truck SPEC
Super Buggy
Class 8
Ultra 4
Class 7
Class 10
Class 5 Unlimited
UTV Pro Turbo
UTV Pro NA
UTV Pro Unlimited
TrophyLite
Class 3000
Class 1100
1/2 1600
Jeepspeed Trophy
Jeepspeed Outlaws
Class 1450
UTV Rally
UTV Sportsman
UTV RS1
Class 7S
Jeepspeed Cup
Jeepspeed Challenge
5-1600
Modern Vintage
Vintage Open
Vintage
Class 5500
Stock Production Truck
Class 12
Open Sportsman
Class 9 Challenger
Class 11
Youth 170
Youth 250
Youth 570
Youth 1000

MOTORCYCLE CLASS SPECIFIC REGULATIONS (ADULT & YOUTH)

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