Rule 10.5.4 Reruns

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An entry may be granted a rerun by the Head Judge if all of the following occur:

• The entry is either interfered with or fouled while it is competing in a Sweepstakes race.

• The entry files a protest or an appeal in accordance with the procedure for filing protests and appeals . • The Head Judge rules that the protesting or appealing entry was interfered with or fouled.


Any entry which is granted a rerun has the option of taking the rerun or of allowing its results in the protested or appealed heat to stand as they are. If the entry chooses to take the rerun, the results of the rerun race shall then be that entry’s official results for the protested or appealed heat.

If an entry is granted and accepts a rerun because of an incident that occurs during the preliminary races, that entry’s rerun race shall be scheduled to take place on the same day that the finals races are scheduled to take place.

If an entry is granted and accepts a rerun because of an incident that occurs during the rerun races, that entry’s rerun race shall be scheduled to take place after all of the women’s finals races are finished, but before the men’s finals races are started.

If an entry is granted and accepts a rerun because of an incident that occurs during the finals races, that entry’s rerun race shall be scheduled to take place after all of the finals races are finished. If that entry competed in the last scheduled finals race, its rerun race shall be scheduled to start between seven and 12 minutes after the end of that last finals race.

If an entry is granted a rerun and wishes to accept that rerun but is not able to do so because of damage to its buggy or some other reason beyond its control, that entry’s finishing time for its rerun race shall be its fastest time from any race that it completed during that Sweepstakes competition.