No prep rules


Small tire class
28x10.5.  No w's
Back half cars ok.
No full chassis cars


Big tire
N20 cars min weight 2650
Forced induction min weight 2800
Door cars only



 

Tech and Safety-Check Guidelines 1/8 mile E.T. times listed in parentheses: 12.99 (8.25), 11.49 (7.35) and 9.99 (6.39)

Arm Restraint: Required in any open-bodied car.

Battery: Must be secured properly with OEM equipment if still mounted in stock location. NO coat-hangers, bungee cords, bailing wire, etc. allowed. If it is mounted in a different location, it MUST be secured properly with 3/8” minimum all-thread and include a master-disconnect outside on the back of the car clearly labeled. If the car is a hatchback, the battery must be mounted as noted above, but inside an enclosed sealed battery box, or the car must have a firewall fashioned between the driver and the battery.

Carburetor: Must have an effective throttle-return spring (TWO are recommended). Also, a breather, flash shield, or spark arrestor is recommended.

Catch Can: All water-cooled cars must have an approved radiator overflow catch-can that is 16 oz. minimum and secured properly. Drive Shaft Loop All cars running SLICK/STREET SLICKS must have a safety loop encircling the drive shaft that is mounted not more than 6” behind the front U-joint.

Drive Shaft Loop: All cars running SLICK/STREET SLICKS must have a safety loop encircling the drive shaft that is mounted not more than 6” behind the front U-joint.

Driver Apparel: Long pants, full-toed shoes, and shirts required. No shorts, tank-tops, bare torsos, etc allowed. Appropriate clothing is mandatory.

Fire Gloves: SFI approved, required on all open-bodied cars, and on full-bodied cars running 9.99 (6.39) or quicker, and/or 135 MPH or faster.

Fire Jacket: SFI approved, required on cars running 11.49 (7.35) or quicker. See Roll Cage, Harness.

Fire Pants: SFI approved, required on all open-bodied cars, and on full-bodied cars running 9.99 (6.39) or quicker, and/or 135 MPH or faster.

Fire Shoes: SFI approved, required on all open-bodied cars which are super/turbocharged, nitrous equipped, or alcohol powered. Recommended for any open-bodied car

Fuel Cell: All fuel cells must be mounted properly and vented out the back or the bottom of the car. Plastic cells must be grounded properly with a ground strap. The cell must be isolated from the driver compartment with a sealed firewall to prevent fuel from leaking in.

Fuel Filter: NO GLASS filters allowed. Must be of metal or plastic construction.

Fuel Line: There can be no more than a TOTAL of 12” of rubber fuel line in a car. Either ensure that hard line is in place, or use approved braided steel line.

Harness: 5-point Seat belts are required. Stock belts are fine until a car reaches 11.49 (7.35) or quicker or 12.99 (8.25) for convertibles, and/or 135 MPH or faster, or if it is equipped with a roll bar/cage, regardless of E.T. At this point, an SFI approved 3” wide, 5-point harness is required. The shoulder straps should be secured behind the driver below the plane of his/her shoulders.

Helmet: SNELL or SPI approved helmets are required. Full-faced helmets with shield are required on any open bodied cars & all cars running 9.99 (6.39) or quicker . Shield must be down upon leaving the starting line. Approved crash helmets must be strapped and worn properly.

Hood: All full-bodied cars are required to have a hood.

Lug Nuts: Each wheel shall have the OEM number of lug nuts fastened securely. If using open-end lug nuts, the wheel stud shall protrude into the hex portion of the nut a distance that is at least equal to the diameter of the stud. See Wheel Stud. See Wheel Stud.

Neck Collar: Required in any open-bodied car. and ALL full-bodied cars running 9.99 (6.39) or quicker, and/or 135 MPH or faster.

Neutral Safety Switch: A functioning neutral safety switch is required on ALL vehicles. See Shifter.

Nitrous System: System DOT approved NOS bottles must be secured properly with a minimum of 2 straps. If the bottle is in the driver compartment, it must be vented properly out of the car. Solenoids and nozzles must be mounted properly in the engine compartment.

Roll Cage/Bar: All cars running 11.49 (7.35) or quicker or 12.99 (8.25) for convertibles and/or 135 MPH or faster must have at least a 6-point roll cage, a 5-point harness, and a fire jacket. The cage must also be padded everywhere that any part of the driver’s body (hands, feet, head, etc.) may come in contact with the cage while properly harnessed in the driver’s seat.

Shifter: Stock shifters are fine. Any after market automatic shifter must be equipped with a spring-loaded, positive reverse lockout. A neutral safety switch is mandatory.

Tail-light: For night-time racing, all cars shall have at least one working tail light that is visible from the tower and the starting line upon leaving the starting line and exiting the track.

Tires: All tires must be in good condition (not dry rotted, etc.) and CANNOT be spacesaver doughnut-type spares.

Lug Nuts, Wheel Stud: Each wheel shall have the OEM number of wheel studs, with lug nuts fastened securely. If using open-end lug nuts, the wheel stud shall protrude into the hex portion of the lug nut a distance that is at least equal to the diameter of the stud.

Window Net: Required on any car running 9.99 (6.39) or quicker and/or 135 MPH or faster. Recommended on any car that has a roll cage.

Windshield: Required on all full-bodied cars. Lexan is allowed.

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