AER takes safety of its participants very seriously. To this end, we require annual inspections of every car raced with AER. Your car must be inspected and approved every year before it can participate in any AER race for that calendar year. You may have your car inspected at an AER approved inspection shop (listed above). If you cannot arrange to have your car inspected at one of the listed shops, you must have your car inspected at the track at one of our race weekends. We strongly urge you to have the inspection done before the race weekend, as it can become very busy at the track. Further, if something is found to be deficient on your car, it may prevent you from racing.
Below is a list of items that will be scrutinized during the inspection. It is the job of the car owner to make sure that the car is compliant with the AER Rule Book . It is also the job of the car owner to make sure that the car remains compliant throughout the race season. The car owner should be aware that AER may make spot-inspections throughout the racing season. Further, it should be noted that ultimately the safety and preparation of the car rests upon the car owners and drivers. Safety is everyone’s responsibility.
It is the job of the inspector to verify that the car is ready to race with AER, and is compliant with the rulebook found above.