Speedway 2013 Rules
rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly
conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for
such events. These rules shall govern the condition of all events, and by participating
in these events, all participants are deemed to have complied with these rules.
NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM PUBLICATIONS OF
OR COMPLIANCE WITH THESE RULES AND OR REGULATIONS. They are intended as a
guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury
or death to a participant, spectator, or official.
race director shall be empowered to permit reasonable and appropriate deviation
from any of the specifications herein or impose any further restrictions that
in his/her opinion do not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. NO EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM SUCH ALTERATION OF SPECIFICATIONS.
Any interpretation or deviation of these rules is left to the discretion of the
officials. Their decision is final.
The Management of Cleveland Speedway
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Protest and Protest Fees: Steelhead
LM, A-Hobby & Pony
All classes: a $400.00 protest fee to pull (1) cylinder
head. This includes top side of engine, $100.00 fee for the next cylinder head.
$100.00 fee for the camshaft. $100.00 fee for the oil pan. Protest fees must be
posted no later than (5) minutes after the feature race. Protest fee must be given
to the tech man or back gate official along with explanation of what is being
protested. A visual
protest must be made before racing starts. Any car refusing
to teardown after the feature race will loose their points and race winnings..
Car owner, driver, mechanic of
protested car and car owner or mechanic of protesting car along with track officials
are the only ones allowed in the protest area. NO EXCEPTIONS! Track will keep
a portion of all protest money.
Track officials will set a fee for miscellaneous protest.
2. Only race winner
may be protested by second place car.
3. All cars must post weight to be visible
to tech man or scale operator
4. All starts will be 2 cars side by side. After
3 attempts to start race, cars will line up single file. If the race is stopped
after the first lap, the cars will restart in single file in the same position
they were running at time of red flag. The flagman reserves the right to stop
race at any time.
5. To be the official leader of the race, the field must
have completed the first green lap.
6. All cars will be paid according to
7. Payoff on red-checkered will be same as restart.
First time competitors with minor violations will be allowed to race with a weight
9. Two courtesy laps will be given in feature races only. (If time
10. Any car can be inspected by track official at anytime.
Shirts and shoes must be worn at all times in pit area.
12. Pit admission
is an entry fee, not an admission for entertainment.
13. All drivers and/or
car owners must give social security number, name and address at sign in.
Owners/drivers must keep up with winnings and expenses pertaining to income taxes.
15. Winnings not collected race night will be forfeited.
16. Anyone entering
pit area must purchase pit pass and sign release form.
17. No one entering
pit area shall have any claims for damages, expenses or otherwise against the
track or any of its officials.
18. All cars must be ready to race when entering
track (gas caps, hood pins, air cleaners) any car needing correction will go to
pits and restart in the rear of the field.
19 Minor repair work will be done
on front straight by track officials (pulling fenders/quarters). If they cannot
do repair car will be sent to pits for their crew to repair, will restart in rear.
20. All drivers under 16 years of age must have a "Minor's Release"
form signed by both parents or legal guardians and notarized on file before they
are permitted to race.
21. Anyone caught drinking or taking drugs or smoking
drugs will be suspended for 4 weeks on first offense, second offense will be suspended
for remainder of season.
22. Drivers and/or car owners are responsible for
23. No rough driving will be tolerated. track officials decision
24. All cars entering, exiting or traveling through pits must do so
at a slow pace.
25. Driver is responsible for being lined up prior to start
of their race. If not in line car or cars must start in rear of field. LINE-UPS
WILL BE POSTED. Go look at them or see pit official.
26. A driver may not
switch classes after heat races. One class per night. Cars may not change classes
after hot laps. Example (B-Hobby in A-Hobby)
27. Any car causing 2 caution
flags will be sent to pit area.
28. Any car entering pits during race must
restart in rear of field.
29. Car or cars damaged on first start will maintain
their starting position.
30. Any car not liking the start and pulling up to
cause a caution will be sent to rear of field.
31. Refusing to obey officials
will result in a penalty by track officials.
32. No racing back to the caution
flag except after field has taken white flag (flagman's decision).
numbers must be a minimum of 18" tall and 3" wide. On both sides and
34. Officials have the right to change car numbers to avoid duplication.
35. All cars must have a working starter and start under their own power.
36. All cars must have a driveshaft loop for safety.
37. All batteries
must be located in a safe position in a battery box welded to chassis.
No mirrors allowed in any class.
39. No two way radios allowed.
four wheel drives allowed.
41. No electric fuel pumps allowed except in front
42. After feature race is completed the top 3 cars must go directly
to the scales in all classes.
43. No driver to exit car on track, you will
be disqualified (unless you are in harms way)
44. RACEIVERS ARE MANDATORY
IN ALL CLASSES.
45. Anyone caught chemically treating tires is barred for
2 races 1st offense, 4 races 2nd offense and 3rd offense will be for remainder
of season. No Exceptions.
46. ANY RACER GIVING TRACK OFFICALS OBSCENE GESTURES
WILL BE PARKED FOR REMAINDER OF NIGHT.
47. On special events, drivers may
run multiple classes, as long as each class has a special entry fee. ONE CAR ONE
Anytime during season.
1. Weight-2300 for 362c.i. anytime.
2. Block- Any
3. Cranks-Any steel crank (no titanium)
4. Rods-Any steel
rod (no titanium)
5. Pistons-Flat Top Only
6. Cam-Solid Lift
Cams- add 50lbs.
8. Lifters-Any lifter allowed
9. Heads-Any 23 degree head
for GM. Ford 10 degree - Any Head Over 200cc add 50lbs. (No Porting & Polishing
10. Valves-Any valve allowed 11/32nd Stem Diameter Intake Valve 2.055
Exhaust Valve 1.600
11. Valve springs/retainers/keepers-any type allowed
Rockers-Any rocker allowed
13. Racing valve job permitted
14. Dry sump
oil system allowed
15. Carburetor- One (1) four barrel allowed
only (no alcohol or nitrous oxide)
17. Ignition system-any type allowed
Tires-American Racer MD-56 or Hoosier 55/1600 shoulder plate on rear only. Front
tires are open. No chemical treating allowed. Rear Tires Must Punch minimum 52
19. Body/Chassis/Brakes See diagrams (Pages)
must be painted White or Silver
GM 602 or 604
A. Tires-American Racer MD-56 or Hoosier 55/1600 shoulder plate
on rear only. Front tires are open. No chemical treating allowed. Rear Tires Must
Punch minimum 52 after race.
B. Wheel width 14" (inch) maximum
A. 602 GM must be 2250lbs
B. 604 GM, 2350lbs
C. No Mopar or Ford Crate
A. Maximum height of 12" (inches)
A fee of $1500 dollars must be put forth by protester within 5 minutes
of race ending. Protest fee must be given to the tech man or back gate official
along with explanation of what is being protested. Car being protested will remove
engine from car and track will take possession of said engine and will have a
tech inspector check engine for any violations. GM specs will be used on 602-604
engines. Refusal of protest will result in loss of race points and winnings.
1. Bodies-1970-2013 models allowed
A. Steel, aluminum or fiberglass
B. Bodies must retain stock appearance
C. Nose panel and
roof must match
D. Rear can be enclosed [optional]
E. Deck width of car
may be no wider than 72 inches
F. Tubular bumpers allowed.
G. Eight (8)
inch spoiler with matching side braces allowed
GM602 crate engine
B.2650 anytime 350 engine
C.2750 anytime 400 engine
D. Steel blocks only, may be bored to casting limits
E. Flat top pistons
only. Cannot come above deck
F. Crank and rods must be stock or stock replacement
(stock stroke and stock rod length.) Scat/Eagle parts legal
G. Balancing permitted
but no lighting or knife-edging allowed
H. Polishing stock rods allowed
Wet sump oil system only
A. Any OEM 23 degree head allowed
No porting or polishing allowed
C. Combustion chamber to be no less than 60cc
D. Intake runner GM 195cc/Ford 205cc/Mopar 205cc maximum
E. No machine
cuts or grinding in combustion chamber or ports
A. Any hydraulic
or flat tappet cam and lifters allowed
B. Lifter diameter must be OEM for
C. Roller rockers allowed
D. Any valve spring permitted
A. Intake 1.940 max.
B.Exhaust 1.500 max.
6. Intake Manifold
B. No porting/polishing or grinding any where permitted
four barrel carburetor only
D. No dominators or predator carbs. allowed
A. Any type header allowed/must run parallel to ground
Any electronic or points ignition
9. Flywheel: A. Stock steel flywheel only
no lightening of any kind
B. Stock type single disc clutch and pressure plate
only - C. Clutch Packs add 50lb
10. Frames: A.
Must be stock clip from mid-plate forward
B. Tubular upper a-arms permitted/must
be in stock location - C. Rack & Pinion steering allowed
composite single leaf, or 3 link rear suspension only
E. 104 inch wheelbase
F. Roll-bars must be steel tubing with 1 ½ inch minimum diameter
G. Tubing wall thickness must be .083 minimum
H. No coil over's allowed/no
birdcages/no brake floaters allowed
I. Number 1 plug must be in line with
upper ball joint
11. Rear axle: A. Stock type or quick-change with steel or
B. Wide 5 hubs allowed - C. Racing shocks and wedge bolts allowed
D. No independent rear suspension permitted - E. No torque arms allowed
Transmissions: A. Must be OEM type [standard or automatic]
B. Must use blow
proof bell housing on standard shift
C. Driveshaft must be painted White or
D. Bert Transmissions add 100lbs.
13. Seats: A. Must have racing
14. Firewall: A. Must have front and rear firewalls
15. Fuel cell
w/steel can and 2" steel straps mounted in rear of car only - Gas only (no
alcohol or nitrous oxide)
16. Brakes A. Any type steel brakes allowed
A. Tires-American Racer MD-56 or Hoosier 55/1600 shoulder plate
on rear only. Front tires are open. No chemical
treating allowed. Rear Tires
Must Punch minimum 52 after race.
B. Wheels may be steel or aluminum 14"
max. wide - C. Bead locks permitted
1. Car & Body
A. 1970 cars or newer [American made]
C. Stock steel bodies [Homemade bodies ok]
is allowed but must have stock firewall & floorpan
E. All doors must be
F. Maximum 6" spoiler. 12" long side braces no higher
A. Any cubic inch allowed as long as block &
crank match [350 block/350 crank or 400 block/400 crank]
B. Aluminum intake
C. Carburetor- One four barrel carburetor only
D. Headers permitted
with mandatory mufflers
E. Any stock steel head/no aluminum heads
G. Block/crank/rods/heads/valves/valve springs/retainers must
H. Camshaft &lifters must be hydraulic [no exceptions]
Suspension: A. Springs must be in stock location - B. Racing shocks permitted
C. No wedge bolts or adjustable spring seats allowed
front and rear suspension must be stock and in stock location tubular upper A
E. Rear-ends may be locked
4. Transmissions: A. Must be stock
[no direct drives] - B. Automatics must have OEM type converters [no bypass valves]
- C. Stock steel flywheel/clutch/pressure plate for straight shift
A. Must have at least an 8 point cage with door bars
B. Drivers door must
have 3 door bars & 2 on right door
C. Full roll cage is required
Tubing must be minimum 11/2" diameter & 0.083 wall thickness
----- 3100 lbs Minimum anytime
7. Fuel & Fuel cell - A. Gas only
Fuel cell w/steel can and 2" (inch) steel straps mounted in rear of car only
8. Tires & Wheels
A. Tires-American Racer MD-56 or Hoosier 55/1600
shoulder plate on rear only. Front tires are open. No chemical treating allowed.
Steel wheels only -12" wide max
C. Bead locks permitted
D. Wide 5
wheels allowed with adaptors
9. Seats and seat belts
A. Racing seat required
B. 4 or 5 point safety harness required
MUST BE PAINTED WHITE OR SILVER
WINDSHIELD BARS IN FRONT OF DRIVER ARE REQUIRED
Engine Claim Rule
A $1050.00 and swap engines at the track. $50 fee for use
Engines: A. Block- Stock Steel Block - B. Any Steel Rod - C. Stock Crank &
Stroke (crank may be lightened)
D. No Rotary or Turbo Engines
A. OEM Steel-head except TOYOTA (Aluminum) - B. Any Valve Job (porting and polishing
C. Any Steel Valve - D. Stock Lift or Diameter
3. Camshaft: A.
Solid Lift permitted - B. Hydrolic Cam (less 100lbs.) - C. Roller Cam (add 50lbs.)
Intake Manifold - A. Any Intake Allowed (Porting and Polishing Allowed)
Carburator- Holley 500cfm manimum
6. Tires and Wheels: A. Any Tire - B. 8"
7. Flywheel : A. 16lb. minimum - B. Any Other add 70lbs.
1lb. per cc (minimum 2,000lbs.)
Nosepiece and roof must match body style of car.
B. All cars must have a minimum
of one inch (1) and a maximum of two (2) inches of roll at top of
fenders, doors, and quarter panels. A sharp edge or angle will not be permitted.
Body roll must go from sides over interior, not interior over sides.
and firewall must cover the drivers area and be constructed to provide maximum
D. Drivers seat must remain on the left side of the drive line.
Front window bars are mandatory.
F. Legible numbers, at least eighteen inches
(18) high are required on each side of the car and roof.
G. No fins or
raised lips of any kind are permitted anywhere along the entire length of the
H. Bodyline must be a smooth even line from front to rear.
I. No slope
noses or wedge cars permitted. Noses must be stock appearing,
subject to Series template.
J. No belly pans or any type of enclosure
on bottom of cars will be permitted. Skid plate to protect oil pan is permitted.
No wings or tunnels of any kind are permitted underneath the body or chassis of
the car. A maximum of one (1) stone deflector, for rear mounted oil pumps, oil
filters, and for the main oil tank will be permitted. The deflector may be made
of steel, aluminum, or heavy gauge wire. The cover may only be mounted near the
unit it is designed to protect with a maximum size of mounted only from the upper
right frame rail to the lower right frame rail.
L. All body panels must be
solid. No holes, slots, or air gaps are permitted.
M. All non-approved bodies
or any section/s of the body can or will be assessed a fifty pound (50#) minimum
weight penalty at the discretion of the Technical Director.
N. No panels of
any kind under the rear deck running from the front to the rear of the car. Bracing
from fuel cell top from front to rear is legal.
O. Any air cleaner scoops used
must be positioned in front of or around the air cleaner and cannot exceed one
(1) inch in height above any part of the air cleaner. The scoop cannot be
designed with fins or raised edges to direct airflow. The scoop cannot extend
behind the rear of the air cleaner and must have a maximum width of seventeen
inches (17) at the rear, with a maximum of ten inches (10) width at
the front and cannot have more than one inch (1) opening in height at the
P. No cockpit or driver adjustable shocks, hydraulic or pneumatic weight
jacks, trackers, MSD boxes or similar adjustable components of any kind are permitted
inside the cockpit of the car. Taping over of any adjuster is not permitted. The
offending component must be removed from the cockpit
A. Boyd's Speedway Technical Inspector must approve
all stock nosepieces.
B. Nosepieces must be made of molded type material.
C. Two (2) piece noses must be fastened together in the center. No spacers
to gain width are permitted.
D. The nosepiece must be mounted so as not to
alter its original shape.
E. Adding to the bottom of the nosepiece in the
front achieving lower ground clearance is permitted.
F. A stock nosepiece
can extend a maximum of fifty-two inches (52") from the center of the front
hub to the farthest point extending forward.
G. Front fender flairs must be
made of plastic and cannot alter the original shape of the nosepiece. The front
fender flairs cannot extend beyond the front tire more than one inch (1")
in width with wheels pointed straight.
H. Front fender flairs must have collapsible
I. Front fender flairs can extend a maximum of three inches (3")
above the fender tops and hood.
J. Front fender flairs can extend a maximum
of four inches (4") above where the filler panel meets the hood.
ROOF AND ROOF SUPPORTS
A. The roof length
size must be a minimum of forty-four inches (44") to a maximum of fifty-four
B. The roof width size must be a minimum of forty-eight
inches (48") to a maximum of fifty-two inches (52").
C. Roof must
be stock appearing and mounted level.
D. Roof height must be between forty-five
inches (45") and forty-eight inches (48") from the ground.
roof must be mounted parallel to body and near center of the car.
F. A maximum
one and one half inch (1.5") roll, turned downward, is permitted along the
front edge of the roof. A maximum one-inch (1") roll turned downward is permitted
along the rear edge of the roof. (Roll permitted to help strengthen roof).
No flat or odd shaped roofs permitted.
H. All roof side (sail) panels must
extend to the edge of the body. Maximum (no tolerance) right side sail panel size
- seventeen inches (17") at the top, forty-three inches (43") at the
bottom. Maximum (no tolerance) left side sail panel size - seventeen inches (17")
at the top, forty-three inches (43") at the bottom and minimum fifteen inches
(15") at the top, forty inches (40") at the bottom. The window area
may be covered with clear Lexan or transparent material. Both roof support openings
must be covered or both must be left open, if left open the openings must remain
the same size. Decals will
be permitted but must meet the dimensions in the
drawing and must be approved by the Technical Inspector. Maximum two-inch (2")
bow in either direction in rear roof side panels is permitted.
I. Sail Panel
Windows Openings must be the same size on both the left and right sides, they
must be in the same location and orientation on both the left and right sides.
J. All cars must have a minimum of three inches (3") and a maximum of
four inches (4") between sail panel and spoiler side where they meet the
K. Front posts must be flat and in uniform width from top to bottom
- four inch (4") maximum width.
L. Any sun shields, four inch (4")
maximum, must be able to hinge for easy exiting of car
FENDERS AND HOOD
A. Must be level and flat from left to right side
B. Fenders are not permitted to gain height from rear to front of
C. No part of fender or hood can be outside of the bodyline.
front fender can be a maximum of thirty-six inches (36") in height. Height
is measured vertically from the ground to the top of the fender behind the front
A. Door to door cannot
exceed seventy-seven inches (77") in width at the top of the doors.
Door to door cannot exceed eighty- two inches (82") in width at the bottom
in the center of the car.
C. Doors cannot exceed thirty-six inches (36")
in height measured from the ground.
D. At no point can the door sides break
in towards the center of the car between the top and bottom measurements.
The minimum ground clearance permitted is three in. (3").
A. No offset quarter panels permitted. Must be equally tapered
towards the center of the car.
B. Tire clearance from body must be a minimum
of two inches (2"). No wheel skirts permitted.
C. At no point can quarter
panel sides break in towards center of the car.
D. Right side quarter panel
must be straight in line with the door or taper in a maximum of one inch(1').
Left rear quarter panels must extend downward from the deck a minimum of thirty-three
inches (33") and a maximum of thirty-six inches (36") including the
plastic. Measured at the front and rear of the quarter panel. Right rear quarter
panels must extend downward from the deck a minimum of twenty-seven inches (27")
without the plastic and thirty-one inches (31") with plastic. Measured at
the front and rear of the quarter panel. One inch (1") tolerance.
A. No aluminum frames permitted in construction of car.
Minimum 103" wheelbase.
C. Rectangle or Square Tubing:
of all cars must be constructed of two inch (2") by two-inch (2") minimum
rectangular or square tubing with a minimum of eight inch (8") circumference
and a minimum of eighty-three thousands inch (.083") wall thickness.
Round Tube Frame:
The frame of all cars must be constructed of a minimum of
one and three quarter inch (1¾") round tubing and must have a wall
thickness of eighty-three thousands inch (.083") wall thickness minimum.
E. If rear bumper is stubbed, it may only extend a maximum of eight inches
(8") beyond frame. Any stubbed rear bumpers that extend eight inches (8")
or more beyond frame must be rounded and directed towards the front of the car.
F. It is recommended that all cars be equipped with a tow hook or strap.
All battery supports must be braced in two axis - two horizontal and one vertical.
A. Cars must have a suitable
steel roll cage in drivers' compartment including headrest.
B. Side roll bars
are mandatory and must extend into the door panels.
C. A minimum of three
(3) bars must be used on the left side of the car. Each bar must be a minimum
of one and one-half inch (1½") in diameter with a minimum thickness
of ninety-five thousands inch (.095").
D. Roll cage must be welded to
E. Roll cage must be above the drivers' helmet.
F. No "fin-shaped"
or "foil-shaped" add-ons permitted on any part of the roll cage. The
entire roll cage must be constructed of round tubing only.
G. Roll cage padding
certified to SFI Spec 45.1 is recommended anywhere the driver's helmet may contact
the roll cage while in the driving position.
A. Interior is permitted to be dropped to the middle of the car
a maximum of three inches (3") below the top of doors and a minimum of twelve
inches (12") below the roll cage.
B. Interior must gradually taper up
to the quarter panel height and be level for thirty-two inches (32") from
the rear of the quarter panel.
C. Interior must be fastened flush at the top
of the door and quarter panels and must taper gradually towards the center of
the car not creating a "lip effect".
D. Interior must run in a straight
line from behind the drivers' seat to the rear spoiler.
E. If interior is
flat through the car, it must maintain a twelve-inch (12") clearance from
roll cage for easy exiting from either side of the car.
F. All cars with interior
panels must at NO point in the car be over three inches (3") in height. The
portion of the panel running beside the driver must taper to zero or end in line
with the steering wheel.
G. If interior is dropped at firewall, that portion
of the firewall must be filled for safety reasons. Dropped Interiors will be monitored
by the Technical Director and his calls on dropped interiors are final.
A. Rear spoiler must be manufactured
of material of adequate strength such as Lexan or Aluminum.
B. Rear spoiler
material maximum eight-inch (8") height measured from deck to tip of material.
Maximum seventy-two inch (72") width.
C. Rear spoiler is not permitted
to be suspended above the deck to create a "wing effect."
spoiler must begin where quarter panels end. No extended decks permitted.
Maximum of three (3) rear spoiler supports. Option of two (2) additional one inch
(1") aluminum braces.
F. Spoiler supports cannot be mounted wider than
the top of the quarter panel.
Engines must be based on a factory design and must be naturally aspirated. Steel
B. No fuel injection devices, electric fuel pumps, turbo chargers,
or blowers permitted.
C. Magnetos are permitted. However, the engine must
have an operating self starter.
D. The engine may be set back a maximum of
six inches (6") from the center of ball joint to front spark plug hole.
Carburetor is limited to one four barrel.
F. All engines are limited to one
spark plug and two valves per cylinder.
G. No engines using coil packs are
allowed. Engine must operate using a single distributor. No distributor-less engines
H. A harmonic balancer certified to SFI Spec 18.1 is required.
No overhead cam engines.
An approved fuel cell (32 gallon maximum) must be securely mounted in the trunk
area of the car inside a 20-gauge metal box supported by two (2) 1/8 x 2"
B. A firewall must be installed between the fuel tank and drivers'
C. Gasoline only.
No titanium chassis or suspension components
B. No titanium fasteners
TRANSMISSION, CLUTCH AND REAR END
Any transmission with working reverse and working forward gears is permitted.
B. Manual transmission must be equipped with an operational clutch.
Automatic transmissions are permitted.
D. The transmission must be mounted
to the rear of the engine and lead to one drive shaft.
E. No "live-axle"
rear-ends are permitted.
F. No independent rear suspensions are permitted.
G. All rear-ends using a cable to lock-in the rear-end must have the cable
mounted outside the cockpit area and not in reach of the driver.
A. All drive shafts must be a minimum of two inches (2")
in diameter. All drive shafts must be painted silver or white.
B. Only one
drive shaft is permitted.
C. The drive shaft must be protected with a secure
drive shaft hoop or sling.
Any driver or crew-member found to be altering, by means of contaminating
the racing surface or pit area or racing entrances and/or staging or technical
inspection areas or ANY part of the event grounds or properties and nearby drive-ways
will be disqualified. The local authorities and/or agencies may be notified and
the violator(s) and their information may be turned over to these authorities
at that time.
No racecars or vehicles - including, but not limited to - race
trailers, or support vehicles or trailers - will be allowed to carry or conceal,
in - marked, unmarked or using any form of mis-representation of jugs or bottles
or carrying devices of any type (with concerns to chemicals), for the purpose
of altering, conditioning or changing a tire's baseline-settings (from its original
factory set baseline-settings), will be allowed in or around the/any Boyd's Speedway
Event/s. All local authorities and applicable agencies may be called and the violators
and their information will be turned over to these authorities at that time.
A. Steel and aluminum wheels are allowed.
B. Wheels must be
mounted with lug nuts: no knock-off mounting devices are allowed.
wheel width is fourteen inches (14").
D. Maximum width outside of front
tires is ninety inches (90").
E. Maximum width outside of rear tires
is eighty-eight in. (88").
A. Must be equipped with sufficient four (4) wheel braking system.
On track three wheel braking is allowed.
C. No titanium or carbon fiber brake
rotors are permitted.
SHOCKS & SPRINGS
Shocks must be constructed of aluminum or steel. Remote reservoirs are permitted.
B. Coil springs must be steel. Leaf springs may be composite or steel.
CONTROL SUSPENSION DEVICE
A. NO "in-cockpit driver controlled"
suspension devices permitted. NO weight jacks of any kind permitted. (This includes
fifth [5th] coils, etc.). ANY driver using "in-cockpit driver controlled"
suspension devices or weight jacks WILL BE DISQUALIFIED FROM COMPETITION!
A. Any Mufflers receives 30lb. weight break.
A. All Traction Control Devices are strictly prohibited
during any form or portion of races or hot lap practice sessions.
B. All traction
control devices whether electronically controlled in the ignition system, wheel
sensors or any means of measuring ground speed to control wheel spin are strictly
prohibited. All devices not mentioned in the above that are found to control wheel
spin, timing or fuel delivery control are strictly prohibited.
At NO time during the 2013 season and beyond will there be any type of ping control
devices, dial a chip controls, timing controls or any modifications to the ignition
control boxes, distributors, or any other part of the Ignition System. This includes
any add on component or components inside or outside the cockpit of any competitors
racecar. There shall be NO driver controlled wheel spin, timing or fuel delivery
control devices in the cockpit area of any racecar.
D. A competitor found
with any of the above mentioned will lose the complete device permanently and
will lose all points earned to that point in the season.
NOTE: A competitor
may be asked for his electronic ignition at any time by the Technical Director
to be sent for testing and inspection. Failure to hand over the electronic ignition
will result in the holding of any purse monies won.
NO batteries to be located in the drivers' compartment/cockpit.
B. Full containment
racing seats are Strongly Recommended. All seats must be mounted properly &
securely per the Technical Directors recommendations. The use of Grade 5 or better
hardware is also required to attach the seat to the chassis.
C. The use of
a 5, 6 or 7 point driver restraint system certified to SFI Spec 16.1 or 16.5 is
REQUIRED no exceptions. All driver restraint systems shall not be in excess of
2 years of age past the date of manufacture. The use of a 7 point driver restraint
system is strongly recommended. All mounting points of the racing harness MUST
be mounted properly in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, and securely
mounted to the chassis with the use of grade 5 or better hardware.
D. A helmet
certified to Snell SA2000, SA2005 or SA2010 Standard or SFI Spec 31.1A, 31.1/2005
or 31.1/2010 is RECOMMENDED.
E. A driver suit certified to SFI Spec 3.2A/5
F. Gloves certified to SFI Spec 3.3/5 are RECOMMENDED.
Fire resistant socks are RECOMMENDED.
H. Eighteen (18)-gauge steel or one
and one-eighth inch (1 1/8") aluminum "cockpit tub" to protect
front, sides and rear of driver is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.