SECA Honors Cheating Suspensions
SECA management announces unprecedented sanctions on
"cheating within the bolts" for ALL crate racers.
For the last few years, there have been very few cases of
"known" cheating within the bolts of crate late model
racing, however for those that have decided to push beyond
the stated guidelines, the penalty has always been 365
days suspension from which ever
body the driver was running at the time of the occurrence.
Meaning, drivers could easily swap up and run under
different sanctions after being caught cheating within the
With SECA being new for 2013, we think the time is perfect
to set a new standard in the industry. Starting during the
2013 season, any driver that is caught cheating within the
bolts in ANY series and or sanctioning body of crate
racing, SECA WILL HONOR THE SAME SUSPENSION. (If a driver
cheats in other series, or association they CAN NOT race
with SECA during that suspension)
What this means, is our member drivers will not have to
worry about drivers being suspended from other sanctions
and coming to race with SECA members. We think this will
help keep the integrity of crate racing at a very high
level, and keep competition on an even playing field.