Aside from the following special betting rules, the common betting rules apply. The special rules will take precedence over the common rules nevertheless.
1.) Bet Settlement This does not include any post-event disputes that alter the final outcome of the event at a later point unless otherwise stated. All bets will settled in accordance with the official competition rules unless otherwise stated. For Grand Prix events, the podium presentation at the end of the meeting will count as the 'weigh-in' for settlement purposes.
2.) Abandoned Races All bets on abandoned races will be void unless otherwise stated or the bet has already been settled.
3.) Postponed/Rearranged Races Any bets on an event not taking place within 72 hours of the scheduled date or taking place at a different venue, at the time the bet was struck, will be declared void.
4.) Race Heat Prices Winning bets must predict which rider will win the race heat. For the purposes of this market, the four riders named must be the four riders declared for that heat, otherwise bets will be made void. If a rider is declared for a heat but is excluded because he is not ready to start within the two-minute warning, he will be classed as a loser for this market. When the 'Start Marshall' has lined up the riders and moves out of the way, the race is deemed to have started. Once the race is deemed to have started, subsequent exclusions or re-runs will not affect the outcome of the market unless one of the named riders is replaced, in which case bets will be made void. If all four laps of a heat are completed without stoppages by the referee, those placings will be used for settlement purposes regardless of any re-runs. For Grand Prix heats, an official result for places must be given. If riders go through to through to the next round because two riders are out, bets will be void. Bonus points will not count for the purposes of those bets.
5.) Correct Score Prices Winning bets must predict the correct score in the heat. For the purposes of this market, at least three riders must finish a heat unless the referee gives an official result at his discretion for the three riders in a non-completed race heat due to an accident or injury to one of the riders.
6.) Outright Prices Winning bets must predict the outright winner of the meeting. For the purposes of this market the official result given at the conclusion of the event will used for settlement of all league and cup betting regardless of any later disqualifications or changes to the points.
7.) Handicap Prices Winning bets must predict the outright winner of the meeting after the final score has been adjusted by the handicap. At least 12 heats must be completed for bets on handicap prices to stand.
8.) Match Bet Prices Winning bets must predict which rider wins the most points. In Grand Prix match bets, the result in the final will determine results for the top four riders, otherwise bets will be settled on most points scored. Bets will be void if riders score equal points. Bonus points will not count for the purposes of these bets.
9.) Group Prices Winning bets must predict the winner of the group. Bonus points will not count for the purposes of this bet.
10.) Heat Most Team Points Prices Winning bets must predict which team scores the most points in the relevant heat. For the purposes, of this bet a price on the tie will be offered. In the event of a tie, therefore, all bets on either team will be losers.