It is a privilege to be part of the dB Drag Racing Association.
Everyone who participates in the dBDRA must refrain from "conduct detrimental to the integrity of and public confidence in" the dBDRA. This includes dBDRA international representatives, officiating staff, and competitor participants.
Conduct that is illegal, violent, dangerous, or irresponsible puts innocent victims at risk, damages the reputation of others in the sport, and undercuts public respect and support for the dBDRA. We must endeavor at all times to be people of high character; we must show respect for others inside and outside the judging lanes; and we must strive to conduct ourselves in ways that favorably reflect on ourselves, our sponsors, the communities we represent, and the dBDRA.
To this end, the dBDRA has developed this personal conduct policy and has made clear that the dBDRA's goal is to prevent violations of the policy. in order to uphold our high standards, When violations of this personal conduct policy do occur, appropriate disciplinary action must follow.
All competition team members must conduct themselves in a professional and courteous manner. physical or verbal abuse of other competitors, the officiating crew, exhibitors, or spectators May result in immediate disqualification, ejection from the event, and possible disciplinary action from the dBDRA.
Any competition team member who appears to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs May be ejected from the event and could face possible disciplinary action from the dBDRA.
Any team member who poses a safety threat, either to himself or to others, may be ejected from the event and could face possible disciplinary action from the dBDRA.
Any team member who acts in an offensive or disruptive manner May be ejected from the event and could face possible disciplinary action from the dBDRA.
Any dBDRA affiliate, including international representatives, judges, or competitors whose on-line conduct violates this policy could face sanctions from the dBDRA, including forfeiture of all points, revocation of membership, or other disciplinary action from the dBDRA..