Briggs Racing - Weekly Racing Series

Requirements & Eligibility


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Briggs Racing RulesMust be an IKF, WKA, NKA, AKRA, TAG USA member and compete in a ‘senior’, ‘masters’, ‘junior 1 or 2’, Woman's, or SPEC* 206 class in North America or Canada. Racers must compete in a minimum of 7 weekly racing series events in this calendar year with the last race being completed by 9/26/22. Racers may compete in the WRS at numerous tracks and clubs. However, they must complete a minimum of 7 races at each track or club. Multiple tracks or club points will not be combined. Racers can participate in more than one class at the same track or club BUT only their top total score will be eligible for a prize (multiple prizes will not be awarded to any one racer at a single track or club). IF a racer competes at two DIFFERENT tracks or clubs then they will be eligible for multiple prizes based on their final points.

Must race the Briggs 206 engine in accordance to the Briggs & Stratton rule set for the given country. Junior and below classes must run the Briggs & Stratton slide system.

*Spec is defined as a single chassis 206 class. Each Spec class must be approved before being accepted.

Work with your track or club to make sure results reach us in a timely fashion. Failure to receive timely information will impact individual results and overall participation (see track requirements).

All race results will be submitted by the track/club only. Any discrepancy must be addressed by the racer to the track/club directly and resubmitted by the track/club within 10 days of posting.

Any racer at any time can contact us at to be removed from this program per your track or club agreement. Prize winners will be responsible for any taxes from winnings.


Must be a sanctioned and insured SPRINT track/club in good standing with WKA, IKF, TAG USA, NKA, or AKRA.

This is a 'club' program intended to support local racing at a SINGLE facility. Traveling series, organizations, or associations are not eligible for this program. A 'club' can participate in this program as long as they are structured without a known home track and meet all of the sprint track/club and general eligibility criteria.

Must run the Briggs & Stratton factory rule set in its ENTIRETY. Changes not previously submitted AND approved by Briggs & Stratton Racing will result in disqualification from this program.

Must submit a minimum of 7 races to maximum of 10 dates (allowing for weather and/or to give racers more flexibility to participate).

Final results must be submitted within one (1) week following the WRS event.

All race results will be submitted by the track/club only.Any discrepancy must be addressed by the racer to the track/club directly and resubmitted by the track/club within 10 days of posting.

Tracks that fail to submit results within two (2) weeks of the WRS automatically forfeit ALL racers points for that race and will lose eligibility for our discounted generator program and any additional special offers throughout the year. While we will make every attempt to prevent this from happening, timely results are the basis of this program for ALL tracks and racers involved.

Tracks that fail to submit results within two weeks twice will be removed from this program and all racers points will be frozen.

Any manipulation of WRS results will bring immediate removal from this program including ALL racer points.

This program is designed to benefit the racer and local tracks/clubs and maintain the integrity of the Briggs & Stratton 206 program. These penalties are intended to insure that points are as current as possible for participating racers and tracks/clubs.

Tracks found not to be following the Briggs & Stratton rule set or any other eligibility requirements will be forfeit all prize eligibility and be removed from this program. Racer points will be frozen.

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General Rules

By participating, entrants (and their parent/legal guardian if an eligible minor) agree Sponsor, and its respective parent companies, and each of their affiliates, officers, directors, employees, and agents (“Promotion Parties”) are not responsible for printing, distribution or production errors. Promotion Parties are not responsible for technical, hardware, software, or telephone malfunctions of any kind, lost or unavailable connections, or failed, incorrect, incomplete, inaccurate, garbled or delayed electronic communications caused by the user or by any of the equipment or programming associated with or utilized in this Series, or by any human, or other error, which may occur during this Series. Promotion Parties are not responsible for incomplete registrations, races, failure of tracks to report results or incomplete or inaccurate results. In no event will Sponsor be liable for more than the stated number of prizes stated herein. If, in the judges’ opinion, there is any suspected or actual evidence of tampering with any portion of the Series, or if technical difficulties compromise the integrity of the Series, or any portion thereof, the judges reserve the right to disqualify suspect entries and/or modify or terminate the Series, or any portion thereof, in a manner deemed reasonable by the judges, at the judges’ sole discretion.

Winners may be required to complete and sign an Affidavit of Eligibility, Liability Release and, where legal, a Publicity Release within three (2) business days of attempted notification and delivery of documents. Failure to comply with this condition or the return of prize documents as undeliverable will result in forfeiture of prize, without compensation. Participation constitutes permission (except where prohibited by law) by winners to use names and likenesses for purposes of advertising, trade, promotion, and publicity purposes without additional compensation, unless prohibited by law. Entrants agree to abide by these Official Rules and by the decisions of judges, whose decisions are final in all matters relating to this Series. Failure to comply with these rules may result in disqualification from this Series. In the event of a dispute as to any entry, the name appearing on the online submission will be deemed to be the participant, and such person must be eligible in accordance with these Official Rules. By accepting prize, winners release and agree to hold harmless, Promotion Parties from any and all liability, injury, loss, or damage of any kind to property or person(s), including death, arising in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, from or in connection with participation in the Series, or the awarding, receipt, possession, use or misuse of any prize and/or with respect to participation in the Series. BY ACCEPTING PRIZE, WINNER ACCEPTS THE INHERENTLY DANGEROUS NATURE AND RISK IN BOTH SPORTING ACTIVITIES LIKE RACING, INCLUDING PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR DEATH, ACKNOWLEDGES THAT HIS/HER PARTICIPATION IN THE PRIZE EVENT IS VOLUNTARY, ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THERE ARE NATURAL FACTORS AND OCCURRENCES WHICH MAY IMPACT ON OR AFFECT THE SAFETY OF THE ACTIVITIES HE/SHE IS PARTICIPATING IN AND HE/SHE ASSUMES THE RISK OF SUCH FACTORS AND OCCURRENCES AND AGREES THAT PROMOTION PARTIES SHALL NOT BE IN ANY WAY RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY RESULTING INJURY AND/OR DEATH. By accepting a prize winners acknowledge that the Promotion Parties have not arranges and do not carry insurance of any kind for winner’s benefit or that his/her heirs, executors or administrators, relative to the prize event and that he/she is solely responsible for obtaining and paying for any insurance should he/she desire it.

By entering this Series, participant waives all rights to claim punitive, incidental and consequential damages, attorneys’ fees or any damages other than actual out-of-pocket costs incurred to enter.