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WATERMELON CAPITAL SPEEDWAY

                     385 FARMERS MARKET RD.

                           CORDELE, GA 31015

                               229-271-9301

 

                    2012 RULES

 

                          MINI STOCK

                           CLAIMER

                             ENDURO

                         PURE STOCK

                       SUPER STREET

                 OUTLAW LATE MODEL

              (SEE INEX RULES FOR LEGENDS)


 

 

Please feel free to contact us regarding these rules.

Contact:

The track @ 229-271-9301

www.watermeloncapitalspeedway.com

385 Framers Market Rd.

Cordele, GA 31015

 

Send your tech questions to:

WCSracingtech@hotmail.com

 

THANK YOU for racing at Watermelon Capital Speedway!!!

 

General Rules:

1.    The regulations and/or rules set forth herein are intended as guide for the conduct of all divisions at Watermelon Capital Speedway. Compliance with these rules does not express or imply warranty of safety, nor in any way is a guarantee against injury to participant.

2.    The officials of Watermelon Capital Speedway will have full authority over all events, and in the event of a dispute, the decision of the Race Director will be final.

3.    All cars participating at Watermelon Capital Speedway will be subject to inspection at any time.

4.    These rules will apply to ALL Watermelon Capital Speedway events.

5.    In the interest of fair competition, Watermelon Capital Speedway reserves the right to amend and/or alter these regulations and rules.

6.    Driver must furnish Social Security number and address to the track office in order to collect winnings. If a driver fails to collect their winnings within two (2) weeks, their purse money will be forfeited. Any false information given on Social Security number or address will result in a $250.00 fine to driver and driver will not compete until fine is paid and corrections are made.

7.    NO consumption of alcohol beverages allowed in the pit area.

Pit Passes:

1.    All persons entering the pit area must have a pit pass, and must sign a release form. All persons entering must wear an armband on arm-ONLY. No exceptions.

2.    Rain check policy: Absolutely no money refunded. Rain checks will be honored only for tickets that have the appropriate number for rain out. Make up race dates will be determined and announced at time of postponement.

Drivers:

1.    Any driver under the age of 18 must have a notarized release of liability from their parents or legal guardian prior to being eligible to race.

2.    All drivers must wear a SA90, SA95 or newer approved helmet and full one or two piece fire suit. Head restraints, boots and gloves are optional but highly recommended.

3.    A diver may compete in no more than two classes on any given night. Competing in more than one class by the same driver, in the same car, must be approved by the officials.

4.    All drivers must attend the drivers meeting. Failure to attend may result in driver starting at the rear of field in the Heat race.

5.    All Drivers must sign in and draw for starting and qualifying positions. Failure to do so will result in starting at the rear of Heat race.

6.    Line up sheets and payout will be posted on the bulletin board at the pit concession stand.

7.    All Drivers winning a Feature race will start at the rear of the next Feature race they enter in that class until that driver fails to win a Feature race.

Conduct:

1.    Any Driver suspected to be under the influence of alcohol may be required to take a Breath Analyzer test and if found to be under the influence of alcohol may be charged with DUI by the Crisp County Sheriffs dept. No drinking of alcohol is allowed in the pit area.

2.    Any person found to be in possession of illegal narcotics will be permanently barred from Watermelon Capital Speedway.

3.    All Drivers and Crew Chiefs are responsible for the conduct of their crew. Failure to comply may result in in disqualification and/or suspension.

4.    Speeding in the pit area may result in penalty and/or disqualification.

5.    Failure to obey Track Officials may result in one or ALL of the following:

a.    Laps being taken away.

b.    Being put to the rear of the field.

c.    Being sent to the pit.

d.    Suspension.

6.    Any unsportsmanlike conduct will be dealt with severely and the Driver is subject to one or ALL of the following:

a.    Being sent to the rear of the field.

b.    Being sent to the pit.

c.    Suspended.

d.    Fined.

7.    Anyone caught fighting may be suspended or fined. Be prepared to face Criminal Charges if caught fighting, throwing objects at cars or people on the track or in the pits.

8.    Watermelon Capital Speedway reserves the right to fine, suspend or expel any driver, owner or pit crew for any reason whatsoever. All fines must be paid in full before suspended individual can return to the race track.

Race Cars:

1.    All cars must have legible numbers at least 18” high on each door and roof.

2.    Any two cars with the same number may be required to add a letter to the number. Assignment will be based on first come, first served basis.

3.    ALL CARS MUST HAVE A WRECKER HOOP ON BOTH FRONT AND REAR OF CAR. Hooks must be placed in a position that will NOT cause damage to other cars.

4.    ALL CARS must have a full(minimum 5 pound) fire extinguisher in the car, safely mounted within reach of the driver. NO taping to roll cage or interior. A 10 pound extinguisher MUST be in each pit area.

5.    Each car must have at least one driveshaft loop. Driveshaft must be painted white.

6.    Any weight ballast added to the car must be bolted with 7/16 bolts(minimum) and painted white.

7.    ALL cars must cross scales before each Heat, Qualifying and Feature if directed to do so.

8.    ALL cars must have Racing Harnesses(minimum of 3”) with a Manufacture date that is no more than Five years old.

Race Procedures and Rules:

1.    Race procedures will be explained at the Drivers meeting. Anyone not familiar with normal race procedures should discuss this with the Flagman or Technical Director prior to racing.

2.    Any Driver getting out of his/her racecar to inspect damage, work on his car, or for any other reason may be sent to the rear and subject to disqualification, fines and/or suspension.

3.    ANY car stopping on the track to bring out a caution flag, in the judgment of the race officials,  may be automatically placed one lap down and/or disqualified from the event. Absolutely no pit crew or spectator is allowed on the track at any time without the authorization of track officials.

Protests:

1.    A “visual protest” must be filed with the Technical Inspector at least 30 minutes prior to the Feature race. A visual protest requires NO tools for removal of any parts. If it cannot be seen, it is NOT a visual protest.

2.    A “technical protest” must be filed within 10 minutes of the drop of the checkered flag of that particular race and must be filed in writing on the proper form, which is furnished by the track, and accompanied by the required amount of money applicable to that protest. The item/items desired to be checked must be listed on the protest form. Items checked will be limited to those listed on the form. The protest fee must be received within the 10 minute time frame and the protest form must be completed/received in a timely manner.

3.    You must finish in the top five(5) to be able to protest and a protest is limited to any car that finished in front of your car but not necessarily directly in front of your car.

4.    If you are protested, you may counter protest.

5.    Protest procedure will be held ASAP after the race but will be scheduled at reasonable times suitable to everyone concerned. All protests shall be completed with a decision on the protested car being made at least three days prior to the following scheduled race.

6.    A Top End protest includes ALL items accessible/measurable without removing any additional parts. This may include: Carburetor, Distributor, Intake, Head, Bore, Stroke or any other readily visible item.

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8.    During the protest only the driver and two members from the protested car, driver and two members from the car that filed the protest and track officials are allowed in the protest area. If there are any unruly disturbances, the protest will end IMMEDIATELY resulting in disqualification of the team who initiated the disturbance.

9.    If the protested car is found legal, 75% of the protest money will be awarded to the protested car. If found illegal, the protested car/driver will lose ALL money and points awarded  for that night and the person who filed the protest will get 75% of the protest fee back. If a protest is withdrawn, you may forfeit your protest money.

Protest fees are as follows:

Claimer Class ----------No protests except visual. May purchase engine for $750.00(without accessories)

Mini Stock--------------Top end (head & intake) $175.00

                                     Complete engine             $300.00

Pure Stock--------------Top end (one head & intake) $250.00 (includes bore/stroke)

                                     Complete engine             $400.00

Super Street-------------Top end (one head & intake) $250.00 (includes bore/stroke)

                                      Complete engine            $400.00

Late Model--------------Top end (one head & intake) 500.00 (includes bore/stroke)

                                      Complete engine            $800.00

                                      Any other items $300.00. This includes all except engine.

Visual protest-----------No charge (cannot require tools or measuring devices)

P & G fee----------------$50.00. Track retains all. Track may P & G at any time.

Rear End----------------$150.00 Track retains $50.00 (may involve pulling cover or complete assembly.)

Transmission-----------$150.00 Track retains $75.00

Flywheel/Clutch-------$100.00 Track retains $50.00 If Flywheel/Clutch weight is to be determined, protest must be for Transmission & Clutch to facilitate disassembly.

Track retains 25% of all protest fees except where stated above.

10.  Complete Engine protests include Clutch/Flywheel, Carburetor, Ignition, Engine placement and ALL other visual items in Drive train. It does NOT include items on car unrelated to drive train.

11.  The first time a car is found illegal will result in loss of that nights purse and points. Second offense will result in loss of purse and points plus 100 points from points previously earned. Third offense will result in loss of purse and points plus 200 points from points previously earned and at the tracks discretion, the car may be required to compete in a different class or barred from racing at WCS. Refusal to tear down carries the same penalty as tearing down and being found illegal.

Technical Inspections:

1.    Driver must report to scales in car and stay in car at anytime requested by track officials.

2.    Hood must be off or open.

3.    Driver must bring his fire suit and helmet.

4.    Technical Inspection is open from the time the pit gate opens until 7:00 PM. If a Driver and car has not passed the technical inspection by that time, they will be added to the rear of the field for their Heat race.

5.    Technical Inspection is for your benefit. No car may compete on the track regardless of class until they have passed the Technical Inspection.

6.    NO softening of tires is permitted.

 

Track Rules:

1.    ALL car owners, drivers, sponsors, crew members and any/all persons involved in any way in a WCS racing event shall be deemed to have read, understood and agreed to comply with these rules and any/all amendments, supplements and/or revisions that may be implemented. It is therefore recommended that all above listed entities read these rules carefully to assure familiarity with the rules and regulations contained herein.

 

NOTICES THAT YOU SHOULD REVIEW

When the Caution flag comes out, if you can keep moving and you were not the car to cause the caution, you may keep your spot. Otherwise you may be placed at the rear of the field. The track decision is final, NO Exceptions!

Any car failing to comply with Protests or found illegal as a result of Technical Inspection may be fined and must prove Legal at next race date entered.

If you have a problem and need to discuss it with Track Officials, this will be done at the conclusion of the race program. If you have a problem that you think cannot wait, you may go to the Pit Steward and he will make us aware of the problem. Track Officials are available for a minimum of of one half hour after the race program is completed.

 

All complaints will be heard but a decision may not be made the night of the event. All decisions will be made ASAP after the complaint but not later than the following weeks race.

All Drivers must line their cars up immediately in the proper order in the staging area when called for their respective races. It is the Driver’s responsibility to know his proper starting position. These positions are posted on the information board at the concession stand. Failure to be in line in the proper position by the time the pace car reaches the starters stand on the parade lap may result in those cars that are out of position having to start from scratch.

Rough driving, whether intentional or accidental, will not be tolerated. Penalties will be imposed as defined in the penalties section at the discretion of the management and officials based upon the severity of the infraction.

Definition of STOCK: When used in this rule book, the term “STOCK” unless otherwise stated means unaltered but may use aftermarket products made to stock specifications.

All cars must have a headrest capable of retarding the movement of the drivers head in an impact situation. Neck restraints, such as HANS devices, are highly recommended.

During the running of any event, any car which, in the official’s opinion, poses a potential danger to its driver or to the other competitors for any reason, or is being operated without the care and consideration required to ensure the safety of the other competitors, is subject to disqualification.

 

Conduct:

 

Watermelon Capital Speedway expects and requires that all who enter this facility conduct themselves in a respectable manner and display proper sportsmanship at all times.

All actions and activities deemed to be detrimental, including but not limited to, the use of verbal or physical abuse, profanity, or threats against WCS management, staff, officials and/or employees will not be tolerated and violators will be dealt with accordingly.

Any individual attempting, inflicting or threatening physical abuse to, or in any way harassing another individual while on the premises of Watermelon Capital Speedway is subject to be dealt with under the provisions provided for herein.

The Driver will be held responsible for the actions of all those associated with his car, including but not limited to, the car owner, sponsors, crew, family members, etc. and may be penalized accordingly.

Watermelon Capital Speedway reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone and may exclude anyone from the competition or have them removed from the premises for improper conduct.

Interpretation of the Rules:

The interpretation and application of all rules contained herein, as well as all amendments, supplements and revisions that may be implemented, shall be at the sole discretion of WCS management and officials and shall be final and binding.

In the absence of a specific rule to cover a given point or situation, WCS management and officials reserve the right in ALL such instances to make a final judgment and ruling which will be binding.

The absence of a specific rule does not imply approval, consent or permission regarding that subject. Any questions or doubts regarding such matters should be directed to WCS management and officials. WCS reserves the right to change, alter, revise, amend or delete any rules, or to add a rule/rules at any time.

The management and officials of WCS will answer questions and explain the application and interpretation of the rules and any associated penalties imposed to any competitor who inquires, providing the competitor conducts himself in a professional and respectable manner and displays proper sportsmanship. Competitors whose behavior does not meet those standards will not be extended this courtesy.

Points:

The track will award points at each event and recognize a point’s champion for each class at year-end.

Points will be awarded for each race with the winner of the race receiving 25 points with 2nd position through 25th position decreasing by one (1) point. All cars finishing 25th  and beyond  will receive 1 point. Disqualifications earn -0- points and may be penalized points per the rules. D/N/S’s earn one (1) point. In the event of double points, the winner of the race will receive 50 points with 2nd position through 25th position decreasing by one (1) point. All cars finishing 25th and beyond will receive 2 points.

The points will be awarded to the driver of the car in the class which they drive in. Points will be awarded by class. Drivers may earn points in more than one class if they drive in more than one class.

Only the top 20 finishes will be calculated for the point’s standings at year end. After 20 races have been run, for subsequent races, the lowest earned points earned to date during the year will be dropped. Note: refer to Protest. A DQ cannot be used as a “dropped” race, even though that driver may have entered more than 20 races.

If a race is scheduled to be held on a given night and is not held as scheduled for any reason, all cars that sign in to race that night will be awarded 10 points.

If for some reason a particular class or classes are combined or divided on a given night, each competitor will be awarded points for the class they are competing in that night. Example: If P/S and S/S are combined, the highest finishing pure stock will receive 1st place points and the highest finishing S/S will receive 1st place points. Combined class cars will be competing only against cars in their respective class.

 


 

 

Claimer Class Rules

This is a novelty class intended for entry level racers. The idea is to have an inexpensive and affordable race car for those that have NO racing experience, or at the most limited racing experience. Those racers under the age of 18 years of age must provide the track with notarized parental liability release forms prior to racing.

This class shall have a claim rule on the engine of $750.00 and any person including spectators, participants or track personnel shall have the right to claim any of the top five finishers engines within 10 minutes after the class has completed racing for the night by notifying the Technical Director of the desire to purchase. The engine claim rule is not in effect for any car that does not finish in the top 5 that night. For new cars that have not raced at least three times, the engine is not subject to claim and any engine that has been claimed cannot be further claimed until the car has completed a minimum of three races with the new owner/driver. All claims for engines should be made under the spirit of the rules for which they are intended and any and all claims must be made through the Technical Director. The Technical Director shall have final authority as to whether or not a claim is legitimate. The claim rule limitations will not be in effect for engines sold or traded between individual sellers and buyers without track involvement. The track reserves the right to claim an engine at any time. Payment for claimed engines must be made in cash.

A person claiming the engine will receive the complete engine, as unbolted from the transmission. If an engine is claimed and the owner refuses to honor the claim, the car may not be allowed to race at the speedway again and will not be awarded points or money for the race. When you build an engine for this class, keep your cost to build in mind and remember it will be subject to claim at any time pursuant to the rules stated herein.

Car and Body:

1.    Rear wheel and/or front wheel drive cars/trucks with a minimum wheelbase of 104” is allowed. No 4WD cars or trucks. Any number of cylinders allowed. Cars must weigh a minimum of 3400 lbs. with driver after the race. No ballast of any kind may be added to the car to make weight.

Roll cage and safety:

a.    Four point roll cage required and must be welded to frame. All bars must be fully welded, must be a minimum of 1 ” diameter and minimum .090 wall thickness. A minimum of three horizontal door bars in drivers door and a minimum of two bars in passenger door. All bars must be vertically supported and properly padded. Gussets recommended. Cage must be approved by tech official.

b.    Doors must be welded shut. All glass and burnable materials removed.

c.    Racing seats required. No fiberglass seats. Seat must be bolted with a minimum of 6, grade 8, 3/8” bolts. Seat must be bolted to cage.

d.    Must have 5 point racing belts, mounted to cage and no more than 5 years old. Belts will be inspected.

e.    Must have stock, unaltered floor pans. No holes in firewall, floor pan or rear firewall. No excessive hulling in trunk. Must have stock inner rear wheel wells. Subject to tech approval.

f.     Must have stock type bumpers. No bars protruding past bumpers.

g.    Must have at least three windshield bars in front of driver.

h.    Must have window net and properly mounted fire extinguisher.

2.    Battery must remain in stock location and must be securely mounted.

3.    Cars with electric fuel pumps must retain stock tank with metal barrier between tank and bumper area. Cars with manual fuel pumps have the option of using the same method or may add a fuel cell or steel 6 gallon boat tank. NO plastic tanks or cells allowed. Trunk may be cut for cell but must be resealed. These items will be examined closely as safety must be of utmost importance in this area.

4.    A secure tow hook must be located on the front and rear of the vehicle, preferably attached to the frame under the front and rear bumper. Hooks should be visible and secured in a manner that will not damage other cars.

Suspension:

1.    Absolutely NO modifications allowed. All components must be factory stock with nothing moved from its original location. OEM parts only. Nothing on the suspension that is even remotely considered to be high performance will be allowed.

Tires/Wheels:

1.    Stock passenger DOT tires only. No recaps. Mag wheels may be replaced with steel wheels, 7” maximum width. All tires must be the same size with an 8” maximum width (1/4” tolerance). Minimum tread depth is 2/32” . Oversize lug nuts required at RF wheel and recommended at ALL wheels.

Engine/Drivetrain:

1.    The engine must be strictly stock and in its original mounts for make/model. NO high performance/alternative parts allowed. Engine must pull 22” of vacuum at an idle speed of 800 RPM. Exhaust must be stock for make/model, muffler may be removed. All add on components originally on car must remain with the exception of Smog or A/C equipment. Engines or components must not have leaks of any kind.

2.    One stock two or four barrel original equipment carburetor only. Absolutely NO modifications allowed. Fuel injection OK if originally equipped. Stock air cleaner assembly required.

3.    Car must retain original type transmission. Must be stock for make/model and year.

Miscellaneous:

1.    Points will be awarded for this class but only when the class has 6 or more cars to compete in the feature race.

2.    WCS will not guarantee any practice time for these cars on race night. Starting positions will be determined by drawing for positions the first week the cars are raced. Thereafter, starting positions will be determined by the point standings with the field inverted.(first in points starts last, last in points starts first) Those with no points will start in the front based on sign in times.

3.    The race will be started with two abreast from a slow or dead start depending on the decision of the Race Director. The race may be run clockwise or counter clockwise and will be determined by track officials and/or spectators immediately before the race. The race format may change from week to week.

4.    Drivers in this class should know that there will be very few caution flags. A simple spin will not necessarily be cause for a caution flag. A caution flag will be thrown only when it is determined there are dangerous conditions on the track. Any car causing more than two cautions for any reason may be black flagged and should immediately leave the track.

5.    It is anticipated that this class will be paid a low purse. Top 5 finishers will receive at a minimum, cash or a free pit pass for the following week. The points Champion will receive a trophy and cash award at year end.

6.    The track recommends that all cars be painted a basic color similar to the base color on a previous or existing Nextel Cup car and carry that same Nextel Cup number and style of number on the car. The track may assign numbers to prevent duplication. First come, first served on tracks assignment of numbers.

7.    Track officials shall have the final authority on any safety and/or compliance issues with these rules and shall have the final determination on whether or not a car is eligible to race. All participants must also abide by all the general rules established by WCS. The track reserves the right to change or amend these rules at any time for any reason.

8.    The track will provide a parking space on track property, outside the pit area for those wishing to leave their cars at the track from week to week however the track will not be responsible in any way for any cars or equipment left on the property. Do not leave your cars inside the pit area of the track.

 

 


 

 

ENDURO CLASS RULES

The rules for the Enduro class are set in an effort to conform with other area tracks to allow WCS cars to run at other tracks during our off weekends and hopefully to have other track cars run @ WCS from time to time. Adjustments to the rules may be necessary to insure that everything remains fair and competitive. Any/All rule changes will be posted to insure equality among our racers. This not a modified class, cars must be stock unless otherwise noted.

1.      Vehicle:

Any American made 2 or 4 door car with factory STOCK wheelbase. All equipment must be in original location and engine must be stock for make and model unless noted herein. GM corporate 350 engine is allowed in GM cars originally equipped with V8 engine.

 

For purposes of the stock requirement rule, factory stock means stock parts on regular production vehicles offered by the various manufacturers. Factory stock parts does not include special performance parts available from the manufacturer or certain performance parts available on vehicles such as Corvettes, Shelby Mustangs, Dodge Avengers, etc.

 

Weight requirement:   3400 lbs. for cars with 110” or greater wheelbase

                                    3500 lbs. for cars with wheelbase of less than 110”

Wheelbase must meet stock specifications for make/model. 1’’ variance allowed

 

Roll cage and safety:

a.       Four point roll cage required and must be welded to frame. All bars must be fully welded, must be a minimum of 1 ” diameter and minimum .090 wall thickness. A minimum of three horizontal door bars in driver’s door and a minimum of two bars in passenger door. All bars must be vertically supported and properly padded. Gussets recommended. Cage must be approved by tech official.

b.      Doors must be welded shut. All glass and burnable materials removed.

c.       Racing seats required. No fiberglass seats. Seat must be bolted with a minimum of 6, grade 8, 3/8” bolts. Seat must be bolted to cage.

d.      Must have 5 point racing belts, mounted to cage and no more than 5 years old. Belts will be inspected.

e.       Must have stock, unaltered floor pans. No holes in firewall, floor pan or rear firewall. No excessive hulling in trunk. Must have stock inner rear wheel wells or suitable replacement. Subject to tech approval.

f.       Must have stock type bumpers. May run bars to front or rear to support frame. No bars protruding past bumpers.

g.      Must have at least three windshield bars in front of driver.

h.      Must have window net and properly mounted fire extinguisher.

i.        May use aftermarket gages, tachometer, shifter linkages, etc.

 

2.      Suspension:

All suspension/steering components must remain factory stock for vehicle unless specified otherwise. May run power steering but must use stock components. .                 

a.       No screw jacks allowed

b.      Leaf cars may not have adjustable shackles.

c.       May run heavy duty or racing springs but must be of stock width and remain in stock location. Cutting/heating of springs is allowed.

d.      May run stock mount/stock replacement racing shocks in original location. No Heim/Rod end type shocks. No adjustable shocks. No air shocks.

e.       May replace wheel studs with larger studs.

f.       1’’ lug nuts recommended.

g.      Stock control arm bushings only. No steel, polyurethane, etc.

h.      No lowering blocks allowed.

i.        Sway Bar and links to bar hook-up must be factory stock.

j.        No suspension parts may be cut and re-welded to change the dynamics of operation.

 

3.      Engine:

Engine must be strictly stock unless herein noted. Gm 350 allowed in any GM car originally equipped with a V8. No 400 engines. No LT1, LS, HO or fuel injected engines. No high performance engines/parts of any type unless otherwise noted herein...

a.       Engine must pull a minimum of 17” of vacuum @ 1000 RPM.

b.      Maximum bore of .060 with .010 variance for wear.

c.       Open chamber heads only. No casting #191 or #193 heads allowed. 70 cc minimum chamber.

d.      No aftermarket or vortec style valve retainers. May remove rotators.

e.       Stock Diameter valves and valve springs only. May use aftermarket springs and valves but springs must not exceed 100#’s pressure and valves must be to factory stock specifications. This includes length, size and weight.

f.       Multi angle valve job OK (three angles), no bowl cutting of any type.

g.      May drill/pin studs. No poly locks or guide plates. Shoulderless screw in studs ok.

h.      Cam--Intake .390 lift, Exhaust .410 lift max. Stock replacement lifters only. Must have ring clip. Must have -0- valve lash. Stock push rods.

i.        Double roller timing set allowed. Maximum of three keyways. No adjustable buttons.

j.        Any factory stock engine rotating parts (crank, rods, pistons) allowed however this does not include hi -performance parts even if offered by factory.

k.      May run any size starter and/or alternator to assist in cranking. Aftermarket ok.

4.      Carburetor/Intake manifold:

Must be stock for make and model of car. No fuel injection. Stock cast iron or aluminum intakes. No factory Holley intakes. No Bowtie intakes. No performance style intakes, No modifications. May block EGR valve. May change jet size.

a.       Optional single line #1850 Holley carburetor. No modifications. May change jets.

b.      Open element style air filter ok.

c.       No air flow modification devices allowed.

5.      Other:

a.       Factory cast iron exhaust manifolds only. May run exhaust pipes.

b.      Manual or Automatic transmissions. Must have ALL working gears, no lightening. Automatics must have stock diameter/functional torque converter. No dump/bypass valves. Transmission coolers ok but must not be in drivers compartment (safety). May run stock factory nodular iron flywheel. No aftermarkets. Clutch and disk must be factory stock or aftermarket with all the factory stock specs. Steel bellhousing ok for safety purposes.

c.       Stock type factory master cylinder. Booster optional. All brakes must work. No adjustable/shut off valves. May run factory stock disc brakes.

d.      No clutch fans (safety) may run aftermarket steel fan. May run aftermarket pulleys, hoses and/or radiators.

e.       Racing wheels ok must be steel, maximum 8”. Maximum tire width 8 ”. DOT tires only, tires subject to durometer test. No treating of tires. No 16” tires unless stock for model and make of car. .

f.       Fuel tank must be mounted inside trunk, fuel cell highly recommended. Fuel cell cannot be lower than bottom point of rear axle. Must be mounted securely.

g.      No excessive hulling of interior metal. May cut for tire clearance only. Dash may be replaced with sheet metal. May hull roof for roll cage clearance. Boxing of interior ok but must have inspection panel.

h.      Battery must be mounted securely and enclosed in safety box. May be relocated but must be under the hood or in the trunk...

i.        Solid or rubber base engine mounts ok. Stock positioning only.

j.        Must have driveshaft protection loop. Driveshaft must be painted white.

k.      ALL added weight must be painted white and securely mounted.

l.        Must run stock rear end for make of car. May use aftermarket ring and pinion gear with any ratio. May weld rear end to lock. No Hi Performance rear end parts such as tru trac, spool, etc. will be allowed.

ALL RULES ARE SUBJECT TO INTERPETATION BY TECH OFFICIAL. ALL RULINGS BY TECH OFFICIAL IS FINAL


 

MINI STOCK RULES

 

Weight:

1.    Weight limit 2000 lbs. minimum with driver except 100 lb. weight break allowed for stock steel bodies. This is to be determined by Technical Director after inspection. Required weight of car MUST be posted on drivers side A-pillar.

2.    One pound per CC for cars with engines over 2000 CC’s(see other rules below)

3.    Top 3 must go directly to scales to weigh after Feature race.

Mirrors are allowed, no mirror driving.

Any car is subject to inspection at any time by Track Officials. This includes but is not limited to: Internal engine components, chassis, fuel and safety inspections.

Engine:

1.    Any 4 cylinder engine in compliance with the specifications below.

2.    Stock production block, cylinder head and crankshaft required.

3.    Cranks may be balanced, NO lightening.

4.    ALL casting numbers must be visible and unaltered.

5.    No porting/polishing permitted.

6.    Oil return holes may be de-burred, return screens ok.

7.    Maximum overbore of .060(.010 tolerance for wear and/or clearance)

8.    Add 1 lb. per 1000th for overbore. (.060 adds 60 lbs.)

9.    Any single cam and lifters permitted, including roller cam. No dual overhead cams.

10.  Headers permitted.

11.  Racing oil pans permitted, must be steel.

12.  No electric fuel pumps allowed unless stock for make/model. Cars available with only electric fuel pumps must run approved emergency cut off.

13.  Any Steel rods permitted. May float pins.

14.  No pop up pistons unless stock for make/model.

15.  Stock type water pump, cast iron or aluminum.

16.  Bolts or studs permitted on main caps and cylinder heads.

17.  Crankshaft minimum weight 33 lbs. unless the stock crank for that applicable engine weighs less than 33 lbs. Crank must be stock, no lightening.

Head:

1.    Head must be stock for make of engine unless stated below.

2.    No porting/polishing of head. May de-shroud for larger valves. Machine cut only.

3.    Valves- Max int. 1.95, max exh. 1.60

4.    Heads may be milled, flat or angle ok.

5.    May machine cut below valve seat, maximum of 1”. NO blending/grinding.

6.    Solid or hydraulic lifters ok.

7.    High performance valve springs and keepers permitted. NO aluminum/titanium. Oversize springs OK.

8.    One intake valve, one exhaust valve per cylinder unless stock for make/model.

9.    Casting numbers must remain unaltered.

10.  Girdles permitted on overhead cam engines, screw in studs/guide plates ok.

11.  Machining of lifter towers for solid lifters is permitted.

Intake manifold:

1.    Stock only. Must be unaltered with factory casting numbers. NO grinding.

2.    Any spacer and/or adapter, max 2” in depth/height. Must be removable.

3.    May use track approved intake on cars originally equipped with multiple carbs.

Carburetor:

1.    Any carburetor up to but not exceeding 500 CFM.

2.    One carburetor per engine unless stock for make/model.

3.    May remove choke butterfly.

4.    No other modifications permitted to carburetor.

5.    No fuel injection unless stock for make/model and year of car.

6.    Any air cleaner(single element) permitted. No air flow modification devices.

Ignition:

1.    Stock type distributor only.

2.    Racing coils, plug wires permitted. NO MSD or capacitive discharge style ignition boxes.

3.    One 12 volt battery, may be relocated, must be securely mounted/enclosed.

4.    Emergency cut off switch mandatory.

Flywheel/Clutch:

1.    Any single disc, stock type clutch. No muti-disc, minimum 7” diameter.

2.    Any Steel Flywheel, may be cut. No aluminum. Minimum 7” diameter.

Transmission:

1.    Must be stock type, must have forward & reverse.

2.    NO racing/aftermarket transmissions.

3.    Driveshaft must be steel. Must have one drive shaft loop.

 

Rear End:

1.    Stock type for make/model.

2.    Locked or open ok, NO differentials.

3.    No quick change or aftermarket type rear ends.

Wheels/Tires:

1.    Steel wheels only, 8” maximum(1/4” tolerance)

2.    Any 8” wide or smaller tire which has been inspected and branded by track. ” variance allowed. Durometer reading of 56 or greater, checked at any time hot or cold.

3.    May run Legends car tires, 100 lb. weight break if running these tires.

Body:

NO convertibles, t-top or sports cars permitted. Track officials will determine what is/is not a sports car but generally speaking, any car from factory with one seat will be considered a sports car. Aftermarket, stock appearing body ok.

1.    No altering of floor pan, firewall, etc. Floor pans must be stock from firewall to the back of shock mounts but may be “trimmed” up to 6” around edges for placement. If “trimmed”, it must be replaced with sheet metal and sealed. If replaced due to accident or rust, must meet Technical Directors approval.

2.    Must be stock K-member.

3.    Hood may be hulled, hood scoops/holes ok.

4.    Doors may be hulled.

5.    Rear compartment to trunk must be sealed.

6.    May replace dash with sheet metal.

7.    Fenders/quarter panels may be trimmed for tire clearance. Front and rear wheel wells may be removed.

8.    Aftermarket nose pieces permitted.

9.    Fabricated spoilers Ok, Maximum 4” total and no wider than 2” over deck lid width. Must be mounted to rear of deck lid. Stock front/rear spoilers for make/model Ok.

Fuel:

1.    Fuel cells mandatory, must be mounted securely. Fuel cell should be mounted no lower than center of rear axle assembly.

2.    Racing fuel permitted. No alcohol, methanol nitrous oxide or additives.

 

 

Suspension:

Suspension must remain stock unless stated below.

1.    Stock type suspension mounted in original location, 1” variance allowed.

2.    May run heavy duty or racing springs.

3.    May run lowering blocks, adjustable ok.

4.    May heat/cut coil springs to adjust ride height.

5.    Screw jacks permitted but shocks must remain within 1” of original location. Pinto/Mustang II may relocate front shocks for screw jacks. No bump stops.

6.    Racing shocks permitted. No racing coil over assemblies. Stock coil over strut ok.

7.    Sway bars optional. May replace sway bar with aftermarket but must be OE design.

Frame/Roll cage:

Frame must remain stock, no shortening/altering unless stated below. Wheel base must be stock for make/model. (1” variance)

1.    Roll cage and safety:

q.    Four point roll cage required and must be welded to frame. All bars must be fully welded, must be a minimum of 1 ” diameter and minimum .090 wall thickness. A minimum of three horizontal door bars in drivers door and a minimum of two bars in passenger door. All bars must be vertically supported and properly padded. Gussets recommended. Cage must be approved by tech official.

r.     Doors must be welded shut. All glass and burnable materials removed.

s.     Racing seats required. No fiberglass seats. Seat must be bolted with a minimum of 6, grade 8, 3/8” bolts. Seat must be bolted to cage.

t.      Must have 5 point racing belts, mounted to cage and no more than 5 years old. Belts must be a minimum of 3” wide. Belts will be inspected.

u.    Must have stock type bumpers. May run bars to front or rear to support frame. No bars protruding past bumpers.

v.    Must have at least three windshield bars in front of driver.

w.   Must have window net and properly mounted fire extinguisher.

2.    Frame rails must be stock for make/model. May tie sub frames together, may reinforce sub-frames. No X-bracing.

3.    No interchanging of frames.

4.    Upper control arms (front) may be lengthened/shortened. No camber rule.

5.    Engine must remain in stock location.

 


 

 

PURE STOCK CLASS RULES

The rules for the Pure Stock class are written in an effort to help transition from Enduro to a class that allows a little more modification yet remains affordable. Please do not build a Super Street car to run in Pure Stock. Do not read anything into the rule book. Just because it does not specify does not mean you can assume that it is legal, stay within the intent/spirit of the class.

1.    Vehicle:

Any 1960 or newer sedan. Minimum wheelbase of 101”. One inch variance allowed. Must remain stock for make/model of vehicle. Example: Camaro 108”

 

Weight requirement: 3300 lbs. after feature race with driver. 1 lb. per lap burn off. Maximum 58% left side weight.

 

Roll cage and safety:

x.    Four point roll cage required and must be welded to frame. All bars must be fully welded, must be a minimum of 1 ” diameter and minimum .090 wall thickness. A minimum of three horizontal door bars in drivers door and a minimum of two bars in passenger door. All bars must be vertically supported and properly padded. Gussets recommended. Cage must be approved by tech official.

y.    Must have stock/unaltered firewall, may patch holes. Must have stock full floor pan to rear of drivers seat.

z.     Dash may be replaced with sheet metal. Boxing of interior ok but must have inspection panel. May hull roof for roll cage clearance.

aa.  Doors must be welded shut. All glass and burnable materials removed.

bb.  Racing seats required. No fiberglass seats. Seat must be bolted with a minimum of 6, grade 8, 3/8” bolts. Seat must be bolted to cage.

cc.  Must have 5 point racing belts, mounted to cage and no more than 5 years old. Belts will be inspected.

dd.  Must have stock type bumpers. May run bars to front or rear to support frame. No bars protruding past bumpers.

ee.  Must have at least three windshield bars in front of driver.

ff.    Must have window net and properly mounted fire extinguisher.

gg.  Battery must be mounted securely. Must be enclosed in safety box or mounted outside drivers compartment.

hh.  Fuel cell required. Must be mounted securely.

 

2.    Suspension:

 All suspension/steering components must remain factory stock for vehicle unless noted. 

g.    No screw jacks allowed. May run adjustable spring spacers.

h.    Leaf cars may have adjustable shackles. May run adjustable lowering blocks. Coil cars may run screw jacks in rear only.

i.      May run heavy duty or racing springs but must be of stock dimension and remain in stock location. Cutting/heating of springs is allowed. No mono leafs. Short coils ok.

j.      May run stock mount tubular upper control arms, any length. No camber rule. Lower control arms, spindles and steering must remain stock for make/model.

k.    May run stock mount/stock replacement racing shocks in original location. No Heim/Rod end type shocks. No adjustable shocks. No air shocks. May reposition shocks up to 1” for clearance purposes. Subject to tech.

l.      Stock type sway bars ok. No racing/tubular style sway bars. May remove bushings/spacer.

3.    Brakes:

a.    May run disc brakes. NO aluminum brake parts. Stock type calipers only.

b.    May run dual master cylinders, front to rear bias only. May not be adjustable from drivers compartment. No shut off valves.

c.    All brakes must work.

4.    Tires/Wheels:

a.    Steel racing wheels, maximum 8” width(1/4” variance).

b.    No 16” wheels allowed.

c.    DOT passenger tires only. NO racing tires, recaps or soft compound tires. Maximum tire width 8 ”. Tires subject to durometer test. No chemical treating of tires.

d.    May replace wheel studs for safety.

e.    Must run 1’’ lug nuts.

5.    Engine:

Engine must be strictly stock for make/model. Gm 350 allowed in any GM car originally equipped with a V8. No 400 engines. No LT1, LS, HO or fuel injected engines. No high performance engines/parts of any type unless noted.

j.      Open chamber heads only. No casting #191 or #193 heads allowed. 70 cc minimum chamber.

k.    Stock or aftermarket stock style valve retainers.

l.      Stock Diameter valves springs only. No beehive springs. May remove rotators/oil shields.

m.   Maximum valve diameter 1.94 Int/1.5 Exh. Stock replacement valves only.

n.    Multi angle valve job OK(three angles). May bowl cut up to 1”, lip must be retained.

o.    May drill/pin studs. Screw in studs/guide plates ok. Stock type or roller tip rocker arms. Must be stock ratio. Poly locks ok.

p.    Cam--Intake .400 lift, Exhaust .425 lift max. Stock diameter lifters only. No valve lash. Aftermarket push rods ok.

q.    Double roller timing set allowed. Maximum of three keyways. No adjustable buttons. Thrust button ok.

r.     Maximum over bore of .060 with .010 variance for wear.

s.     May run any flat top piston.

t.      Must run stock production rods, stock length. May run Eagle or Scat stock replacement rods. I beam only, No light weight or exotic rods. Cannot float pins.

u.    Must run stock production crank, cast or steel. May run Eagle or Scat stock replacement crankshaft. 49 lb. minimum(weighed with gear, pilot bushing, bolt & washer). No knife edging. Stock pin diameter. Stock stroke +/- .005. Balancing ok.

6.    Carburetor/Intake manifold:

a.    Quadrajet or Holley #1850 ok. Must remain stock unless noted.

b.    May change bowls to center hung dual line style.

c.    May remove choke butterfly, may change jets or power valve. May add jet plate inside rear bowl.

d.    Open style air filter ok. No air flow enhancement devices.

e.    May run any production cast iron or aluminum intake. No modifications. May block EGR valve. No Bowtie or performance manifolds.

f.     May run one adapter plate or one 1” spacer plate. May not combine adapter/spacer. May run one gasket on each side.

7.    Drivetrain:

a.    Manual or Automatic transmissions. Must have ALL working gears. Automatics must have stock diameter/functional torque converter. No dump/bypass valves. Transmission coolers must not be in drivers compartment (safety).

b.    Stock type clutch and pressure plate only. No aluminum parts. Total weight 16 lb. minimum. No multi disc style clutches. No couplers.

c.    Stock type flywheel. No aluminum. Nodular ok. 14 lb. minimum.

d.    Stock type rear ends only. May run 9” Ford rear end. Any gear.

e.    Locked or open rear ends only. No differentials of any type. No aluminum parts.

8.    Other:

a.    Stock type distributors only. May lock advance mechanism. No MSD/Printed ciruit modules. No performance ignition boxes.

b.    No clutch fans(safety), may run aftermarket steel fan. May run aftermarket pulleys and/or radiators.

c.    May run aftermarket power steering pump.

d.    May run headers, no zoomies. Must not exit toward ground. No Tri-Y or merge style headers.

e.    Solid engine mounts ok. Stock positioning only.

f.     Must have driveshaft protection loop. Driveshaft must be painted white.

g.    ALL added weight must be painted white and securely mounted.

h.    Body must be stock appearing. May replace metal but must retain factory appearance. May run aftermarket nosepiece.

i.      May run 6” rear spoiler. Maximum of three spoiler braces. Braces may not exceed 14” in length and may be no taller than spoiler. No wings, sideboards or aero devices. Subject to tech approval.

This class may run the GM #602 Crate engine in lieu of a built motor. Absolutely NO modifications allowed. This motor will be subject to a $3000.00 engine claim rule. The purchaser must finish in the top 5 of the feature race in order to claim..Accessories will NOT be included. Any evidence of SEAL tampering will result in enforcement of all standard protest procedures.

 


 

 

SUPER STREET

9.    Vehicle:

Any 1960 or newer sedan. Minimum wheelbase of 101”.  Must have factory frame present front and rear. Frame may be tubed from center of rear axle to back bumper for repair. NO Jig rear clips without factory frame rails.

 

Weight requirement: 3100 lbs. after feature race with driver. 1 lb. per lap burn off. Maximum 58% left side weight. See weight requirements for body below.

 

Roll cage and safety:

ii.     Four point roll cage required and must be welded to frame. All bars must be fully welded, must be a minimum of 1 ” diameter and minimum .090 wall thickness. A minimum of three horizontal door bars in drivers door and a minimum of two bars in passenger door. All bars must be vertically supported and properly padded. Gussets recommended. Cage must be approved by tech official.

jj.     May X-brace chassis, bars under rear end ok.

kk.  Must have firewall, may patch holes. Must have floor pan to rear of drivers seat.

ll.     Dash may be replaced with sheet metal. Boxing of interior ok but must have inspection panel. May hull roof for roll cage clearance.

mm.      Doors must be welded shut. All glass and burnable materials removed.

nn.  Racing seats required. No fiberglass seats. Seat must be bolted with a minimum of 6, grade 8, 3/8” bolts. Seat must be bolted to cage.

oo.  Must have 5 point racing belts, mounted to cage and no more than 5 years old. Belts will be inspected.

pp.  May have stock type bumpers. May run bars to front or rear to support frame. No bars protruding past bumpers. Tube bumpers ok.

qq.  Must have at least three windshield bars in front of driver.

rr.    Must have window net and properly mounted fire extinguisher.

ss.  Battery must be mounted securely. Must be enclosed in safety box or mounted outside drivers compartment.

tt.    Fuel cell required. Must be mounted securely.

10.  Body:

a.    Must have stock or stock appearing body.

b.    May run aftermarket short track style nose. No MD3 or Dominator style noses. No sloping Dirt style noses. IROC style ok. ABC style nose ok.

c.    May run skirts along bottom of body.

d.    Cars with ALL steel factory panels or steel factory style replacement panels receive 100 lb. weight break.

e.    Cars with ALL aluminum or aluminum/fiberglass bodies must add an additional 100 lbs. Must have body break line, no flat sides.

f.     May run 6” x 72” rear spoiler. Maximum of three spoiler braces. Braces must not exceed 14” in length and can be no taller than spoiler.

g.    Bodies subject to tech directors discretion. Install it correctly.

11.  Suspension:

All suspension/steering components must remain factory stock for vehicle unless noted.  

m.    Screw jacks allowed. May run adjustable spring spacers.

n.    Leaf cars may have adjustable shackles. May run adjustable lowering blocks. Coil cars may run screw jacks in rear.

o.    May run heavy duty or racing springs but must be of stock dimension and remain in stock location. Cutting/heating of springs is allowed. Short coils ok. No coilovers.

p.    May run stock mount tubular upper control arms, any length. May run other tubular upper control arms but arms cannot be adjustable. No camber rule. Lower control arms, spindles and steering must remain stock for make/model.

q.    May run stock mount/stock replacement racing shocks. Heim/Rod end type shocks ok. No adjustable shocks. No canister shocks. No air shocks. Subject to tech.

r.     Stock type sway bars ok. No racing/tubular style sway bars. May remove bushings/spacer.

s.     No tubular spindles, stock type only. May run spindle adapter. Wide five hubs ok, 25 lbs. per hub.

t.      No 3 bar, 4 bar, truck arm or other non conventional suspension systems.

12.  Brakes:

d.    May run disc brakes. NO aluminum brake parts. Stock type calipers only.

e.    May run dual master cylinders, front to rear bias only. May be adjustable from drivers compartment. No shut off valves.

f.     All brakes must work.

13.  Tires/Wheels:

f.     Steel racing wheels, maximum 10” width (1/4” variance).

g.    No 16” wheels allowed.

h.    Track tire is Hoosier 20-45 or Hoosier F-45. Tires subject to durometer testing.

i.      May replace wheel studs for safety.

j.      Must run 1’’ lug nuts.

 

14.  Drivetrain:

f.     Manual or Automatic transmissions. Must have two forward gears, must have working reverse. Automatics must have stock diameter/functional torque converter. No dump/bypass valves. Transmission coolers must not be in drivers compartment (safety). No performance transmissions, stock type only.

g.    Stock type clutch and pressure plate only. No aluminum parts. Total weight 16 lb. minimum. No multi disc style clutches. No couplers.

h.    Stock type flywheel. No aluminum. Nodular ok. 14 lb. minimum.

i.      Stock type or floater rear ends. May run 9” Ford rear end. Any gear.

j.      Locked or open rear ends only. No differentials of any type. No aluminum spools.

k.    Driveshaft must be steel and painted white.

15.  Engine Block:

a.    GM 350, Ford 351, Mopar 360. Maximum overbore .060 +/- .010 for wear.

b.    No performance bocks (Bowtie, SVO, Aluminum, etc.)

c.    May run replacement main caps. Splayed caps or strapping caps ok.

d.    May square deck. Any height ok.

e.    May sleeve up to 8 lifter bores. Must retain stock bore diameter.

f.     May relieve top of cylinders, alter water passages, polish/debur lifter valley and plug block. May not O-ring block.

g.    Windage trays ok. Stock type oiling systems only. No dry sump type.

h.    Aftermarket steel pans, oil pump spacers and remote oil filters/coolers ok.

16.  Crank and Rods:

a.    Stock cast or steel crankshafts. Aftermarket crank ok. Balancing ok. Chamfered and/or cross drilled oil holes ok. No knife edging, dropped counter weights or small journal crankshafts. No crank scrapers. Minimum weight 49 lbs. weighed with pilot bushing , gear, bolt & washer. No exotic crankshafts.

b.    Must be stock stroke +/- .005. GM- 3.48, Ford -3.50, Mopar 318/340- 3.3310, Mopar 360- 3.580.

c.    Rods, GM-5.7, Ford 302-5.15, Ford 351W-5.954, Ford 351C-5.780. Stock length rods only. Stock, PM, Scat, or Eagle S/R I beam style rods ok. May shot peen, balance, polish beams, install bushings, widen radius, float pins and/or use aftermarket rod bolts. No H-beam, Bowtie or K rods allowed. Steel rods only.

17.  Pistons:

a.    Any flat top piston. Any ring width.

b.    May float pins.

c.    No gas porting.

d.    May fly cut valve reliefs, radius sharp edges, machine to balance.

e.    Dish pistons ok.

18.  Camshaft:

a.    Any Hydraulic flat tappet cam allowed.

b.    No roller lifters, no solid lifters. Must retain stock lifter diameter.

c.    May use double roller style timing set. May use Thorington bearing, thrust button, offset buttons or keys.

d.    No gear drives or belt drives.

19.  Cylinder Heads:

a.    Any GM production iron cylinder head. No casting #492. No Vortec or Bowtie heads.

b.    Any Ford production iron cylinder head. No SVO heads.

c.    Any Mopar production iron cylinder head. No High Performance or Hemi heads.

d.    GM stock/ stock replacement valves. May run Stainless valves, no neck down, no pro flow style valves. Valve diam. Int.-1.94, Exh.-1.50 (+/- .009.)

e.    Ford stock/stock replacement valves. May run Stainless valves, no neck down, no pro flow style valves. Valve diam. 302-Int. 1.780/Exh. 1.46, 351W-Int. 1.840/ Exh. 1.540, 351C-Int. 2.195/Exh. 1.71 (+/-.009.)

f.     Mopar stock/ stock replacement valves. May run Stainless valves, no neck down, no pro flow style valves. Valve diam. Int.-1.94, Exh.-1.60 (+/- .009.)

g.    Milling ok, straight or angle milling. May mill intake surface for alignment.

h.    May run aftermarket guides, may machine for seals.

i.      Multi angle valve jobs ok. May machine cut bowls up to one inch below valve seat. No grinding, polishing, blending, no cutting in runners or combustion chambers. Must retain lip @ bottom of cut.

j.      NO modifications to combustion chamber or port runners. No exception.

k.    Stock diameter valve springs required. Double springs ok. No titanium or hollow stem valves. No beehive springs. Aftermarket steel valve retainers ok.

l.      Aftermarket rocker arms ok. No shaft mount rockers on GM. May run poly locks, lash caps and stud girdles.

m.   Only one combustion chamber per head may be repaired by welding/grinding.

n.    May substitute above with World Products Chevrolet V-8 Stock straight plug heads with 1.94 int/1.50 exh valves. Casting #043600/043610. Absolutely no modifications.

20.   Intake manifold/Carburetion:

a.    Any stock production iron/aluminum intake.

b.    May run any dual plane aluminum intake. NO air gap style manifolds.

c.    Edelbrock 5001 single plane ok. No other single plane manifolds. No Bowtie intakes.

d.    Quadrajet, Holley #1850 or Holley #3310 vacuum secondary carburetors. Must be production unless noted.

e.    May remove choke butterfly. Must retain choke horn.

f.     May change accelerator pump, power valves, jets, air bleeds or install screw in linkage. May drill primary throttle blades for idle quality.

g.    May install rear metering plate, may replace fuel bowls with center hung style bowls.

h.    NO fuel injection, predators or electric fuel pumps.

21.  Other:

a.    Stock type distributors only. HEI ok. May run aftermarket distributor but must be stock appearing. No capacitive discharge(MSD) style ignition systems. No crossfire distributor caps.

b.    Aftermarket water pumps ok. Must be stock appearing.

c.    Aftermarket pulleys, radiator, power steering pumps and fans ok. May run electric fan.

d.    Headers ok, no zoomies. Cannot exit toward ground. Mufflers ok and recommended.

e.    Track fuel only, no additives.

f.     This class may run the GM #602 Crate engine in lieu of a built motor. Absolutely NO modifications allowed. This motor will be subject to a $3000.00 engine claim rule. The purchaser must finish in the top 5 of the feature race in order to claim. Accessories will NOT be included. Any evidence of SEAL tampering will result in enforcement of all standard protest procedures.