1. If for any reason a race is delayed or postponed, action for all wagers will remain for 48 hours. In the event that the delay should last more than 48 hours, all wagers are cancelled and the stakes refunded.
2. Bets on Formula One (F1), Motor and Auto races are decided by the podium position on the day of the prize-giving for the particular event; any changes in position after this time are not considered for settling purposes.
3. Bets on NASCAR are Graded after the post-race inspection process is complete and an official result is declared.
4. Drivers must start the race for action. If two drivers abandon the race after completing the same number of laps, the respective head-to-head is deemed void; otherwise the driver who completes the most laps will be deemed the winner if both drivers fail to finish the race. To win the race, at least 60 per cent of the starting field must start the race for action.
1. For qualifying match-ups, only the times posted during the qualifying session are used.
2. Disqualifications occurring more than 30 minutes after the qualifying session has ended are not recognized for wagering purposes.
3. Wagering lines on qualifying match-ups will be considered closed at the start of the first practice. Any wagers made after the start of the first practice session will be graded as No Action and all monies refunded.
4. To Qualify In Pole Position: All in compete or not. Bets settled on the driver who is announced as qualifying on pole immediately following the end of the qualifying session. Any subsequent demotion or disqualification would not affect the result.
5. Fastest Lap: Bets settled on the driver who is officially declared to have completed the fastest lap of the race.
1. Wagers on a driver will be in effect if, and only if, the driver lines up on the official starting grid after the warm-up lap.
2. The podium positions will be used to determine first, second and third for betting purposes. All results for Formula One bets are governed by the FIA’s classification at the time of the podium presentation.
3. Drivers must start the race for action.
4. All season wagers are settled using the official results from the FIA at the end of the season.
5. Pole Position wagers are settled according to the driver who starts the race in pole position. (First on the starting grid)
6. All individual race wagers are settled on the official classification from the FIA at the time of the podium presentation. Any subsequent stewards enquiries that might alter the classification or disqualify drivers will not count for wagering purposes.
7. Official results can be found at www.formula1.com
1. Riders in place for the start of the warm up lap for race 1 are deemed as runners for race.
2. Any riders withdrawing from race 2 after race 1 will be deemed losers for settlement of race 2.
For any instances not mentioned here, Las Vegas wagering rules apply.
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