2013 GENERAL AND BUILDING RULES
MUFFLERS & RACEIVERS MANDATORY IN ALL CLASSES
SCHOENFELD 112535 REQUIRED IN SPRINTS
GATES OPEN AT 5:00 – DRAW CLOSES AT 6:30
HOT LAPS AT 7:00 – RACES AT 7:30
IGNORANCE OF RULES IS NO DEFENSE!!
IF IT DOESN’T SAY YOU CAN ~ THEN YOU CAN’T!!
1. FLAGMAN HAS COMPLETE AUTHORITY DURING THE RACE!
2. Heats and “B” features are on a 15 minute time limit. After 5 yellows/reds in an
“A” feature – we will go green/white/checkered.
3. FIRESUITS ARE MANDATORY IN ALL CLASSES. No driver is allowed
to race/hot lap in shorts & t-shirts. Racing helmets are MANDATORY in all classes and
should have a “SNELL” rating of at least 95. Neck braces and window nets (or arm
restraints) are MANDATORY in all classes. Fire resistant gloves and shoes are
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. These safety precautions benefit YOU!!
4. Only towing vehicle, trailer and racecar are allowed in pits. Any exception,
the vehicle must buy a pit pass. Track insurance does not cover any damage done to any
vehicle in the pit area.
5. Cars should be painted in a professional manner with the number painted in a
contrasting color on BOTH sides and TOP of car, large enough for scorer to distinguish
from the press box. THE TRACK ASSIGNS NUMBERS. WHOLE NUMBERS
ONLY. If you do not register a number, or you run a number assigned to somebody else,
you lose your right to protest the scoring of a race. Having your own number benefits
YOU, not the track!
6. If needed, cars must pack the track. Track packing starts at 6:30. If you do not
pack with your class, you will not receive packing points and you will run tailback in
your heat. Cars that do not pack will not receive passing points if applicable. You have 3
minutes to get on the track once your class is called. You must stay on the track until
motioned off in order to receive your 50 packing points. If you are having trouble with
your car, please tell the tech person in order for you to retain your starting spot in the
heat. You will not receive packing points. If you are late, NO points but you will retain
your starting spot in heat.
7. Track officials are not allowed to draw for any reason. Line-ups will be made
after the draw has closed. Car must be at track in order to draw. If you have not drawn,
you will run tailback (no passing points). If you wish to run tailback, please tell the
officials at the draw. IF one car does not make the line-up, all cars behind that car will
move straight forward, except where point averages/passing points apply (the line-up will
crisscross). If 2 or more cars in the same line do not make the line-up (or crash on the
first lap), the cars will be crisscrossed.
8. POINTS GO TO THE DRIVER. Points are earned by packing the track,
paying positions in the heats and by taking the green in the “B” feature and “A” feature.
If you miss 3 consecutive point nights, you lose all your accumulated points. Every night
is a track point night unless otherwise noted.
9. All cars MUST qualify through heats (or “B” features) for the “A” feature.
The first heat determines the inside row and the second heat determines the outside row,
except where passing points/point averages apply. “B” feature race transfers line up at
the back of the “A”. We will spin the inversion wheel after heat races to decide whether
or not to invert rows 0, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6. If you break in hot laps and able to get car fixed by
the “A”, you will be allowed to run AS LONG AS there are less than 20 cars in the “A”.
10. Race line-ups will be posted at the crow’s nest (by the scales) and at the back
pit concession stand. It is the driver’s responsibility to know their position. All races
will be aligned in the pit area. Drivers will be called to line up in the designated area.
Cars are to be in the correct line up and ready to start the race before entering the track.
If you miss the line up, you will run tailback. If you pass the pace vehicle, you will go
tailback. No hot laps between races.
11. When the front row of cars reaches the white line (in turn 4), the start will be
official upon the flagman signaling with the green flag. The pole car will set the pace,
which shall be consistent with track conditions and as required to keep the field in NOSE
TO TAIL FORMATION. If you are out of line, the yellow flag will wave and you will
be put on the rear. The race is officially over when the checkered flag is thrown.
The only flag to follow the white is the checkered, unless the track is completely
blocked and/or in case of fire. In this case, the race will be paid from the last completed
lap. If the leader has taken the white flag and has a clear path to the checkered, the
checkered will be thrown. If not, a yellow will be thrown and cars lined up (minus the
cars in the yellow) and we will go green/white/checkered. If a yellow has to be thrown
during this restart, the race will be over and paid from the last completed lap (minus the
cars in the yellow/red).
12. The pole car should start the race at a reasonable speed. Do not keep the pace
so slow that the cars behind are “bogged” down. Flagman may signal car to pick up
speed. If this signal is ignored, flagman may put that car on the rear. This includes
single file restarts. It is up to the front row to set an even pace so that the race is started
evenly. If this cannot be done in 2 attempts, one or both cars will go to the rear.
13. On a restart, all cars return to their original starting position EXCEPT the cars
that the yellow/red was thrown for. Those cars GO TO THE REAR. On the first lap, all
cars must come through the green in order for the lap to be complete, except for those
cars for which the yellow/red was thrown. After that, when the first 2 cars come through
the green and a yellow/red is thrown, the lap is complete. The rest of the lap will be
filled in from the last completed lap, with exception to the cars involved in the
yellow/red. WE DO NOT RACE TO THE YELLOW OR RED FLAG. The scorers
count laps from the press box, using the pole at the flag stand as the finish line.
A RED FLAG MEANS STOP ~ THERE IS A DANGEROUS SITUATION ON
THE TRACK. DO NOT DRIVE AROUND TO BE CLOSE TO YOUR PIT CREW. IF
YOU IGNORE THE RED FLAG, YOU WILL BE DISQUALIFIED. A green and red
light on at the same time means it is an “open” red ~ your pit crew is allowed on the
track. If only the red is on, it is a “closed” red and NO ONE is allowed on the track.
A yellow and red light on together is the signal for a complete restart in double
file order. On single file restarts, a cone will be used on the back straight. Stay to the
right of the cone. If you run over the cord or cone, you will be put to the rear. The race
will be started when the leader reaches the cone (you may pick up speed coming out of
turn 2). Cars need to be in nose to tail formation and if you pass cars before you reach
the cone, a yellow will be thrown and you will go to the rear or you will be penalized at
the end of the race for “jumping” cars. A cone is also placed on the front straight for cars
to get single file. If you do not get in single file formation and/or go under the cone, you
will be put to the rear of the field. Lapped cars will be put to
the rear of the field. Cars on the lead lap that cause a
yellow/red will be aligned in front of lapped cars. A lapped car is defined as a car that is not on
the same lap as the lead cars. Scoring is based on how many laps you have completed. If
2 cars are down the same amount of laps, but 1 car takes the checkered and the other
doesn’t, the car that took the checkered will be paid ahead of the car that didn’t.
14. If you are charged with a yellow/red, you will go to the rear of the field,
regardless whether you made contact or stopped on the track (refer to rule #1). Arguing
will get you sent off the track. If you are charged with 2 UNASSISTED yellows, you
will be sent off the track. If a yellow is thrown for debris and it is yours, you will be
charged with an unassisted yellow. Sprint cars ~ if you require a 2nd push to be started ~
you will be charged with a yellow.
15. You have 2 laps to get into correct spot after being shown by officials. If you
can not do that, you will be black flagged.
16. Intentional yellows will get you sent off the track (examples including but not
limited to: flats, sitting in infield then pulling out on track and stopping, stopping on
track then after yellow being thrown driving to pit area).
17. Any car leaving the track under yellow/red will go to rear of restart. Cars
will be aligned according to the way they come back to the track. Minor adjustments can
be made to a car under red. No pit crews allowed on track under yellow. Driver must
stay in car unless told otherwise. If driver gets out of car, his/her race is over.
18. BLACK FLAG APPLIES TO ALL CLASSES. Not seeing flag is no
excuse. The black flag will be given to any car causing 2 yellows, not at “racing’ speed,
dragging loose parts, flats on right side, excessive smoking or rough driving. (Again,
refer to rule #1). If you ignore the black flag, we will ignore you at the pay window and
when doing points.
19. Protests must go through pit steward. Protest must be done within 5 minutes
of end of race. Only driver is allowed to protest.
DRIVER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR FAMILY AND CREW MEMBERS! This
includes emails and phone calls. Any unauthorized person (this includes wives, kids,
sponsors, girlfriends, boyfriends, pit crews, etc…) entering the press box or flag stand,
will get their driver suspended for a minimum of 2 weeks. Any unsportsmanlike
conduct will get the driver at least a 2 week suspension. The police officers will enforce
the rules and regulations of I-30 Speedway in addition to the County, State and Federal
laws. Flipping off the flagman/crowd is an automatic 3 week suspension ~ this will be
strictly enforced. Excessive speeding or other inappropriate displays in the pit area will
cause the driver to be suspended. This includes racecars and 4-wheelers.
FIGHTING: If you go to another driver’s pit/car to argue/fight, you are the one
who is considered wrong and you will be subject to penalties.
If you are suspended or disqualified twice in one season, you will lose all accumulated points. If
you are suspended or disqualified in the last 4 weeks of racing, you will lose all accumulated points.
If you are suspended, you will not be able to race on the next point nights for your
class. Rainouts do not count toward your suspension. If you
are disqualified for any reason during the last 2 weeks of points
racing, you will lose all accumulated points.
20. COURTESY RULE: Any car from another track with MINOR rule
infractions will be allowed to race one night. However, you will be notified of any
necessary changes and will have to be legal to I-30 Speedway rules on your next visit.
The courtesy rules DOES NOT apply to mufflers, engine size, tires, or weight.
21. If a car cuts through the infield “wide open”, it will be counted as one lap
down. Stirring up dust is considered “wide open”.
22. NO alcoholic beverages of any kind are allowed in pit area.
23. Unless you have received a handwritten (signed by management), notarized
invitation to watch the races from the infield, STAY OUT!!
24. A drivers meeting will be called when deemed necessary. When one is
called, any driver not attending forfeits any protest or discussion rights for the night.
25. Any driver changes that occur after the line-up is posted must start on the rear
of the heat race. Any driver changes after the heat race, driver must start on the rear of
the “B” or “A”. A driver who had qualified for the “A” feature may change cars, but a
driver who is not qualified for the “A” feature cannot race a car that is qualified for the
feature. For any changes, you must notify track officials. If you fail to do so, you forfeit
money and points earned for the night. NO driver changes after the green has been given
in a race.
27. ALL PERSONS WHO ENTER THE PIT AREA MUST SIGN THE
“RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY” AGREEMENT. If
you have not signed this form and are injured, you are not covered by track insurance. It
is your responsibility to read the form. Any personal property taken into the pit area is at
the owners’ risk and is NOT covered by track insurance.
28. Anyone sustaining injury must report the injury to the front ticket office by
the end of the race night. Reporting the injury at a later date may void benefits. The
track does not pay for ambulance rides. Do not assume that police officers or track
officials will report the injury for you. Injuries sustained from fighting are NOT covered
by track insurance.
29. Anyone under 18 years of age must have a parent or legal guardian sign a
“MINOR RELEASE FORM” in order to enter the pit area.
30. I-30 SPEEDWAY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ENTRANCE TO
ANYONE WHO REFUSES TO ABIDE BY THE RULES AND THE USUAL POLICY
OF CONDUCTING AUTO RACES. THIS IS PRIVATE PROPERTY OPEN TO THE
PUBLIC. WE DO NOT HAVE TO LET ANYONE WE SEE AS UNFIT ENTER THE
31. All cars in which weight, cubic inches, tires, carburetor or inspection rules
apply, plus any car questioned and the driver notified, must go straight to the inspection
and weigh station without stopping at their pit or elsewhere. Failure to do so will result
in disqualification and loss of points and money. Upon inspection, if the car is declared
illegal, all points and monies earned for the night will be forfeited. I-30 Speedway
reserves the right to inspect any car at any time! Courtesy rule does not apply. If you
weigh and are light, you will be DQ’D (no matter where you finished). ALL CLASSES:
TOP 5 IN HEATS ~ TRANSFER SPOTS IN “B” AND TOP 5 IN “A” MUST WEIGH!!
32. Harassment of any track official will not be tolerated. Such action will result
in suspension. When a car is being teched, no one from another car is allowed in tech
33. Special events may be governed by different rules. If so, amendments will be
given on flyers and/or at the drivers meeting. You must run
at least 90% of our races to be eligible for points fund money.
34. The management of I-30 Speedway reserves the right to change the race
program or rules at any time to improve the racing program. Any point or rule not
covered herein shall be decided by management at the necessary time and shall be final.
35. No more saving spots in the pit area ~ first come, first serve.
Car count determines how many heats will be run.
Up to 12 cars – 1 heat
13 – 20 cars – 2 heats
21 – 30 cars – 3 heats
31 – 40 cars – 4 heats
20 cars start the “A” feature.
The pay window is at the front gate. It is your responsibility to collect your pay. We do
not mail your pay to you (we pay cash). It is your responsibility to fill out a driver
information sheet. You will not be paid until you do.
The mailing address for the track is:
2900 Old Jacksonville Highway ~ North Little Rock, AR 72117
For rules regarding the Sprint Cars ~ go to ascsracing.com
For rules regarding the IMCA Modifieds go to
For rules regarding
Mini-Sprints go to ascsracing.com and click on the ascs2 icon.
Exceptions to their rules: We are keeping our "old" wing rule
(14 sq ft) and our weight rules is 780lbs.
WEEKLY AND ROOKIE OF THE YEAR POINT SYSTEM
Heat Race Points are 3 - 2 - 1 (1st,
2nd and 3rd)
"B" Feature Points are 5 for
transfer spots then 20 - 19 - 18 - 17 - 16 - 15 - 14 - 13 - 12 - 11
2013 SUPER STOCK BUILDING RULES
ITEMS NOT ADDRESSED IN THE FOLLOWING MUST REMAIN STOCK AS
PRODUCED BY ORIGINAL MANUFACTURER
IF IT DOESN’T SAY YOU CAN – THEN YOU CAN’T!!!
1. Any year model American made car. No front wheel drives allowed.
Wheelbase must be factory stocks. No tolerance. No subcompact cars. Rack and pinion
cars must be factory stock parts only. If chassis is altered or steering parts are not stock
and in stock location ~ it’s not legal. All unibody cars must be tied together. Must have
a complete stock factory floorpan and firewall. Trunk area may be cut no further
forward than pinion of rear end. Seats must be in stock location.
2. Complete stock bodies and frame for that year model. Stock floorboards, rear
fenderwells and firewalls must be enclosed. Body must look factory stock, may use sheet metal
or aluminum on rear quarters, doors, fenders, hoods and trunk lids. NO plastic or sheet metal on rocker panels or
fenders. NO side skirts or plastic or sheet metal on windows (except sunscreen (5 inch)
on front window). NO ground effects on nose pieces. Bumpers may be square tubing ~
must run inner rub rail ~ minimum size 1 ½ inch round tubing on rear bumper. Must
have tow loops front and rear. Spoilers must not exceed 6 inches. 2 braces allowed, one
at each end and cannot exceed 6” in length. Spoiler must not be wider than trunk lid.
Back of body must be enclosed fender to fender. Rear fender wells may be cut out for
tire clearance, must maintain inner fender well that attaches to floor pan. Factory stock
OEM frame front to rear. NO alterations allowed. This includes all
welded cross members.
Hood and trunk must be pinned down. Stock steel, aluminum, sheet metal or fiberglass
hoods allowed. Factory trunk lid or stock appearing aftermarket trunk lid ~ steel only.
Front fender wells may be unbolted and removed. Fenders may be trimmed for tire
3. All weight must be added in the form of roll bars or solid weights bolted
securely to the frame of the car outside of the drivers’ compartment. All weights must be
painted white with car number on it.
4. All doors must be secured to body. Must have stock appearing hoods and
trunks. All window openings must remain factory size. Must have 4 bars in front of
driver’s window. All cars must have front dash in stock location. Sheet metal only.
Rear firewall must extend from bottom or rear window to bottom of floor pan. Holes in
firewall must be covered with metal or aluminum. NO ENCLOSED INTERIORS. May
replace factory dash with aluminum ~ no wider than 12”. 1/8” thick doorplate is
5. All glass must be removed, including head and taillights. No rear view mirrors
6. Gauges may be removed. All flammable interior (carpet headliner, interior
side panel, rear seats, etc…) must be removed. Racing seat is MANDATORY. Wiring
harness may be removed and replaced. Shoulder harness is mandatory. All cars must be
equipped with racing safety approved seat belts bolted to the frame. No standard auto
safety belts allowed. Neck brace and window net (or arm restraints) are mandatory.
7. Quick release steering wheel is optional. Quick steer boxes OK. Steering
remains in stock position.
8. WEIGHT: 3400 lbs. after race with driver. Top 5 cars weigh after heat races.
“B” feature transfer spots weigh. Top 5 weigh after “A” feature.
ENGINE AND DRIVETRAIN:
ENGINE MUST HAVE BEEN AVAILABLE IN THIS VEHICLE. YEAR MAY BE
MUST HAVE 360 DEGREE EXPLOSION PROOF STEEL BELLHOUSING!
IF IT DOESN’T SAY YOU CAN ~ THEN YOU CAN’T!!!
1. Engine must be stock production. Factory blocks only. No 90 or newer roller
cam blocks. No bowtie or aluminum blocks. Casting numbers must be readable by tech
official. No 400 blocks. Engine set back #1 plug even with upper ball joint. Flat top or
dished pistons only. Maximum cubic inch displacement to INCLUDE clearance and
wear is 364 for GM and Ford and 370 for Mopar. All others must not exceed 364 CID.
2. INTAKES: Unaltered cast iron intake or cast iron marine
intake or approved unaltered aftermarket dual plane aluminum intakes
WEIAND GM # 8016 # 8024 #8121 # 8126 #8150 #8151
FORD # 8020 # 8023 #8124
CHRYSLER #8007 #8022
EDLEBROCK GM #2101 #2104 #2116 #2701 #2716 # FORD # 2121 #2181
HOLLEY GM # 300-28 #300-48
All intakes must be approved by I-30 Tech personnel.
If it is not one of these numbers, intakes must be approved.
No porting or gasket matching or acid dipping allowed. No brezenski intakes or heads allowed. Plenum webbing cannot be
removed on any intakes. No grinding intakes. Intakes may
NOT be reworked under the carb area. Carb spacer no taller
than 1 1/2 allowed. CARURETORS: 4412 Holley 2 barrel, or
Barry Grant Demon 2 barrel allowed. 500 CFM. Bottom
throttle plate hole 1 11/16". Top 1 3/8" factory stock HEI
style distributors. No remote coils on GM cars. No
onboard electronic devices capable of storing information allowed.
No aftermarket electronic amplifying devices allowed.
3. Hydraulic camshafts only. NO flat tappet cams or mushroom cams. No roller
hydraulic cams. Engines must not pull less than 14” of vacuum at 1000 RPM’s. All cars
will be checked in tech. Zero valve lash is required.
4. Heads must be stock OEM production only. No aftermarket heads. Casting
number must be readable by tech official. 2.02 – 1.60 valves in GM is the largest size
allowed. No aluminum heads or angle plug heads. Aftermarket valve springs OK. Stock
OEM rocker arms or roller rocker arms. Screw in studs allowed. Vortec Heads OK ~ but no hi-rise or
brzezinski intakes allowed –and again, hi-rise is defined as anything taller than stock ~ no
matter what the stamp.
5. Headers are legal. Must have mufflers SECURELY fastened to headers.
6. FACTORY STOCK automatics or standard transmissions. Must use factory
stock OEM clutch disc and pressure plates on stock steel OEM flywheels only.
NO EXCEPTIONS!! Stock type factory torque converters
required on all automatics. Driver must be able to put car in gear from park/neutral and
move forward and reverse at time of inspection. Must have driveshaft loop. Driveshaft
must be painted white. DRIVESHAFTS MUST HAVE 360 DEGREE LOOP!
7. There is a $125 teardown rule on each: pistons, cams, lifters, rockers &
porting heads and intake; flywheels/clutch; driveline. Driver only may protest. $25 on
the money goes into the driver’s point fund.
8. CLAIM: $350 cash and swap. $50 goes to wrecker for pulling engines.
Driver claiming MUST have raced in the Super Stock class the previous 2 feature events.
LONG BLOCK ONLY.
Anyone wishing to make a claim must have finished the feature on the lead lap on
the night of the claim. Only top 4 cars may be claimed. To claim, you must go to the
infield and hand the cash to the officials within the 5 minute protest period. If you leave
the track, the claim is void. If you refuse to swap, or refuse the teardown, you lose all
money won that night and all accumulated points. Second refusal ~ same applies plus 3
Track owner may claim ANY engine as long as claim is made within 5 minute
No driver may claim more than 1 engine during the season. Claimed engine will
be marked and must be run upon return to I-30 Speedway. If “marked’ engine is not run
upon first visit back to I-30 Speedway, you will not be able to run until “marked’ engine
is placed in car.
1. Roll cages are required. No screw joint fittings allowed. The minimum requirement
for all roll cages on all cars shall be an “A” shaped affair, constructed of at least 1 ½” OD pipe
with bars running from the upper right corner to the lower left corner, and just the opposite on the
other side, forming an “X” as viewed from front to rear. There must also be a cross bar on top of
“A” and 4 bars down the side and 4 bars around the top to complete a caged affair around the
driver. All roll bar pipes must be at least .095 in thickness. Must have 3 kidney bars on the
driver side and 2 bars on the passenger side. MUST HAVE 4 BARS ON DRIVERS’S SIDE.
The driver and passenger door inner liner only may be altered as necessary to install bars in the
door area. No further gutting allowed. Gussets required. Bars may be added to protect radiator
and gas tank areas. 3 ¼” bars in front of the driver’s window are mandatory. 1/8” doorplate is
2. Gas tanks must be in stock location. Fuel cells mandatory. 32 gallon maximum. Gas
tanks/cells must be securely installed with 2” wide by 1/8” steel straps. Pump, racing or aviation
gas only. NO nitrous oxide allowed.
TIRES – WHEELS – SUSPENSIONS:
IF IT DOESN’T SAY YOU CAN ~ THEN YOU CAN’T!!
1. IMCA, Street or track tires only. Any asphalt takeoffs allowed. NO tires softer than a
55 compound. NO recaps. 275/60/15 is largest street tire allowed. All tires must pass
2. Steel racing wheels only. Maximum width is 8”. Right rear beadlock allowed. NO
plastic or aluminum wheels. 5/8” wheelstuds mandatory.
3. Racing springs allowed on front and rear. Adjustable/Cheater weight jacks on
FRONT only. Rear springs must use stock upper spring pads in stock location. This means you
cannot run adjustable/cheaters on the back!!
4. Racing shocks allowed, must mount in stock location. No heim mounted shocks
allowed. Must have 3 or 4 wheel brakes, valve must be in engine compartment.
Aftermarket pedal assembly allowed as long as brakes are not
adjustable. Brake shutoff must be in the engine compartment.
No front to rear shutoff allowed. No brake bias gauges
allowed. Brake lines must be visible. Right front brake
5. REAR SUSPENSIONS: All components and mounts must be steel, unaltered, OEM
in OEM location and match frame. OEM rubber control arm bushings only. Center of rear lower
control arm bolt hole must be 2.25” from bottom of housing. No independent rear suspensions.
No sway bars, panhard bars, J-bars, spring spacers or rubbers, chains or cables. NO gold tracs or
any form of traction devices allowed. All rear ends must be locked.
6. 9” Ford housing highly recommended. GM rear ends MUST have axle retention.
Grand National rear ends allowed.
It does not matter what you were told in the past concerning the building rules ~ these are the
rules for 2012 at I-30 Speedway.
Enduro Rules/2013 Season
200 Laps or 2 hours, or down to last car running, whichever comes first.
RACE IS LIMITED TO THE 1ST 75
PURSE: 1ST - $1200, 2ND -
$600, 3RD - $500, 4TH - $400, 5TH - $300, 6th - $275, 7th - $250,
8th - $200, 9th - $150, 10th - $100
$300 BONUS FOR LEADER AT LAP 100
Drivers and riders must have a valid
driver's license to race in this event. All drivers must turn
in driver's license to rent transponder. The driver's license
will be returned when the transponder is returned to the race
officials. Anyone owning or having access to a transponder
that works with our system may use their own transponder.
ENTRY FEE IS $100.00 PER CAR.
THIS INCLUDES DRIVER PIT PASS AND TRANSPONDER RENTAL IF PRE-ENTERED. Riders
must purchase pit pass. All riders must come with their driver
to the registration table to sign release and pay $10 rider fee.
To enter: mail your check
or money order to I-30 Speedway, 2900 Old Jacksonville Highway,
North Little Rock, AR 72117
Transponders will be used for scoring. Each driver must provide a scoring spotter. YOU MUST CUT A ROUND HOLE IN THE FLOOR ON PASSENGER SIDE LOCATED NEAR BUT NOT UNDER THE SEAT WITH CLEAR VIEW OF THE GROUND. (MINIMUM 3 INCHES, MAXIMUM 4 INCHES IN DIAMETER) TRANSPONDER MOUNTING BRACKETS WILL BE FURNISHED BY THE TRACK.
MUFFLERS ARE MANDATORY
Car and Body
1 Absolutely NO RACE CARS ALLOWED in this event. That would include any car running in any division at any race track in the past or present. This race is for strictly stock cars.
1…Any 1960 or newer 2-door or 4-door car is eligible. NO vans, NO convertibles, NO four wheel drives, NO jeep type vehicles. The only trucks allowed are ½ ton or smaller 2-door pickup trucks.
Cars may be rear or front wheel drive. 4, 6 or 8 cylinder engines are ok. Minimum stock wheelbase allowed 102 inches for V-8, 88 inches for V-6 or 4 cylinder.
2…Roll cage optional but, recommended. Gutting of factory interior panels only allowed for roll cage clearance. EXAMPLE: you may remove the inner door bracing if you are replacing it with door bars.
3…No-bracing in the bumper areas. However, bumpers should be chained or cabled as a safety item to help retain the bumper.
4…All doors must be welded, chained, or bolted shut.
5...Windshield must be removed. Steel safety screen or bars on windshield opening optional but strongly recommended. Side and rear window glass must be removed. All mirrors must be removed.
6…Racing approved shoulder harness and lap belts are recommended. Racing seats allowed. No quick disconnect steering wheels.
7…The rear seat shelf must be left in as a fire stop, and any openings to the trunk area must be enclosed.
8…Complete bumper to bumper steel uni-body must be retained. No lightening permitted.
9…The stock steel unaltered floor pan, firewalls, trunk and wheel wells must be retained.
10…Cars must retain their strictly stock appearance, no cutting chopping, channeling, or shortening allowed. Hoods must be kept in place at all times.
11…Gas tanks must be original and in stock mounting position. Rupture of your gas tank and/or loss of gas will result in an immediate black flag.
12…Batteries may be relocated in a securely fastened covered plastic or rubber container.
13…All plastic grills must be removed or replaced with screen mesh. Headlights, tail lights, and their trim must be removed. All outer trim must be removed.
14…Mesh window nets are permitted, but must be removable.
15…No more than 2 people will be allowed in a 2 door vehicle and no more than 4 people will be allowed in a 4 door vehicle. Fee is $10 per rider.
16…Mandatory 1 (one) fire extinguisher per vehicle. If the vehicle is a 4 door and passengers are riding in the back, an additional fire extinguisher is mandatory for the back seat. The fire extinguisher must be mounted securely to the floor board!!!!
1…The doors (front doors on 4 door vehicles) will be used to paint the car number which will be your pill draw number (your starting position).
2…Minimum number size 18 inches tall that you must paint with bright contrasting color. Bring your paint! (If number is not clearly readable from the scorer's tower, your car may not be scored)
1…Suspension parts must remain absolutely stock for that make and model car. No spacers, lumber or chains, etc. may be used to alter stock suspension of that car.
1…Stock steel or original equipment aluminum wheels only.
1…D.O.T legal tires must pass through a 9" hoop at the bulge. (This will be enforced on all entries including pickup trucks) No Gumball tires, NO "DOT" stamped racing tires, NO truck tires, NO all terrain tires, NO mud tires, NO treated tires, NO GROOVING OR SIPING ALLOWED.
2...You will be allowed to change flat tires. This must be done in designated area in the infield. Vehicle CANNOT leave the track and return. All equipment (tire, wheel, jack, lug wrench) must be in the vehicle at the beginning of the race and fastened securely in trunk or bed of the truck.
1…No additional weight may be added to the car.
1…The engines must be strictly STOCK for that model and make and in its original mounts. NO aftermarket external oil coolers. NO TURBOS or SUPERCHARGERS. Naturally aspirated engines only. NO cold air intakes.
2…A/C and heat components may be removed.
3…Smog equipment may be removed. Catalytic converter may be removed and replaced with a straight pipe. A full length exhaust system must be in place WITH MUFFLERS in stock locations. Mufflers must be OEM or equivalent replacements. No magnaflows, cherry bombs, glass packs or flowmasters. NO HEADERS even if OEM.
4. ..Air cleaner to oil pan must be all factory equipment. No roller cams or rockers. Stock valve covers and oil pans only. No machining of intake or exhaust manifolds for performance purposes. Top five winners WILL be required to remove valve covers. Discrepancies will be disqualified.
1…Stock transmission and rear end only. NO aftermarket external oil coolers. All transmission lines must be covered or run outside of driver area of car.
1…Only one radiator can be used. Radiator must remain in original position, no coolant or gas lines in the driver area of car.
1...No locked rear ends. This means no welded rear ends, no spools, no Detroit lockers or no factory posi-tracs. Rear ends must be "open". Covers will be pulled after every race to inspect rear end.
2…Full face helmet required.
3…If you go in the pit area outside the track during the event, you may not go back out on the track.
Starting Position Assignment
1…This will be determined by pill draw. The number you draw will be your car number that will be painted on the doors (front doors of 4 door vehicles).
NOTE: NO Radios or Push-To-Talk devices may be used to communicate with driver.