Participant of Conduct

Powri Members, families and handlers at Powri -sanctioned events are expected to conduct themselves in a professional and non-disruptive manner at all times. Any Powri Members, family or handler who while at a Powri -sanctioned event that:

-Uses vulgar or derogatory language.

-Verbally or physically threatens or assaults another participant, official or other person.

-Engages in unsportsmanlike conduct or conduct detrimental to the sport.

-Destruction of racing facility.

Or otherwise creates a condition or circumstance which is unsafe, unfair or out of order.

Shall have violated the rules and regulations of Powri and maybe penalized by the local club, regional series and/or Powri Director accordingly. A penalty may include but is not limited to probation, disqualification, suspension, expulsion and/or fines. These penalties are not open to appeal.

VSQMA and Powri strive to maintain the safety and integrity of the sanctioning body, series and its events. The use of illegal drugs, the improper use of alcohol and at times the proper use of certain medications may create safety risks to our members, clubs, officials and spectators. This conduct cannot be permitted by Powri and VSQMA . Underage drinking and underage smoking (including vaping) is strictly prohibited at all Powri -sanctioned events. Powri and VSQMA has established a Substance Abuse Policy and may from time to time conduct tests for drugs and alcohol that may adversely affect a person during the course of any Powri-sanctioned event.

Any violation of this policy or refusal to submit to testing, searches or inspections as requested by Powri may result in the immediate termination of membership and loss of the right to compete in any Powri -sanctioned event for a to-be-determined period of time.

Prohibited Substances:
Includes, but not limited to illegal drugs such as marijuana, cocaine and hallucinogens. For these rules, federal bans and definitions of illegal substances supersedes any state and/or local ordinance, regulation or law allowing use of a substance.