Pure Street Rules


  1.  BODY: Only American manufactured cars and/or full size “uni-body” type cars will be permitted.  Sports car chassis for the Chevrolet Camaro / Pontiac Firebird and/or the Ford Mustang will be permitted.  All vehicles must maintain a minimum of one hundred eight (108) inch wheelbase.  Frames may be patched with flat stock four (4) inches beyond repaired area only.  Frame between rear bumper and rear spring pocket may be replaced with a piece of tube.  No boxing of frames.  No skinning of sheet metal other than driver’s door, front passenger’s door, hood, and trunk lid. Hole may be cut in hood to allow for air breather clearance.  May run mud deflector or rear opening hood scoop for air cleaner no more than two (2) inches high.  Air cleaner cannot be higher than mud deflector.  All skinned doors must have door bars.  Dash may be removed if replaced with a bar 1 ½ inches .090 wall tubing tied in with roll cage.  May cut hole in trunk pan so fuel can get away from interior of vehicle in case of fuel cell rupture.  Hole can be no larger than eight (8) inches over the width and length of fuel cell.  Front wheel wells may be removed.  If it unbolts, removal is permitted.  Fender, door panel, and  quarter  panel  can  be replaced  with  sheet  metal  beginning  four   inches (4”) from top body line.  No flat panel.  Stock appearing body line required.  No other metal can be cut from body.  No fuel cells allowed in interior of vehicle.  Stock floorpan and trunkpan must remain intact except as mentioned above.  Outer fenders may be trimmed for tire clearance only.  No skinning of rear wheel wells.  Tires must fit under vehicle.  Front grill area, both fiberglass and plastic, may be replaced with flat plastic/sheet metal or aftermarket nose pieces.  Both body and frame must be completely stock other than the above mentioned areas.  No frame alterations of any kind.  No cutting, no notching, no sectioning, etc.  No grafting other make and model front stubs allowed.  No exceptions!  Stock front and rear bumpers for make and model only.  Bumpers may be replaced with round or square tubing no more than two (2) inches OD and .125 wall.  Replacement bumpers must be in stock location and end of bumper must curve toward the tire.  End of bumper cannot curl back and connect to the side of the frame.  Side support is allowed on tube bumper if connected to tube in front of frame horn.  Tube end must remain open for measuring purposes.  Support tubing from the roll cage to the bumper is not allowed.  All glass, window regulators and flammable materials such as seat, head liners, plastics, carpeting, etc. must be removed.  Stock brake pedal and aftermarket clutch pedal must remain in original stock locations.  Doors, hoods, and trunk lids must be secured so they will not open on impact.  Hood pins permitted on hoods and trunks.  Stock firewall must be unaltered and in stock location.  Must have rear firewall of aluminum or steel the full width of vehicle.  Car and pick up interior must be open.  No cockpits allowed.  Hood pins allowed.  No moving of body forward, backward or side to side allowed.  May run rear spoiler no more than four (4) inches high and no more than forty five (45) degree angle measured from rear deck.  No rear scoops allowed.   No exceptions!   

2.  ROLL CAGE: Roll cage must be at least four (4) point 1 ½ inch .090 wall tubing with driver side door protection.  Refer to general rules for side door protection.  Roll cage must be built in such a way so as not to collapse in the event of a rollover.  Rear hoops required for protection of fuel cell and must be tied in with main cage.  Front hoop tied to main cage is highly recommended or one bar for radiator protection tied to chassis.  Front hoop or bar and rear hoop must be inside of grill and trunk panel and not visible on outside of car.   

3.  SPRINGS AND SUSPENSION:  Must be stock type spring for make and model vehicle.  No alteration of springs allowed.  Springs and suspension must be mounted in original stock location.  No lowering blocks, weight jacks, spacers, etc. allowed.  Only one spring per wheel.  No traction devices of any kind allowed.  No lift bars, pull bars, traction bars, track bars, panard bars, ladder bars, etc. stock or otherwise allowed.  No torque link between transmission and rear end.  No torque link bars of any kind allowed, stock or otherwise. Only stock OEM-type bolt-in upper ball joints will be permitted.  Must be stock dimension and stock location.  Aftermarket upper “A” frames allowed.  Lower “A” frames must be stock.  Front spindles must be stock for cars.   

4.  SHOCKS: Aftermarket shocks allowed, no more than 50/50 ratio.  No coilovers, sliders, or adjustable, etc. allowed.  No aluminum shocks allowed.  Only one shock per wheel mounted in original stock location for make and model of vehicle.   

5.  BRAKES: OEM production master cylinder and brakes only.  No aluminum component allowed other than OEM master cylinder. Only one master cylinder allowed.  No drilling of brake rotors and no single disc rotors allowed.  Right front brake can have a shut off valve if shut off valve is located under the hood.  No controls of any kind in vehicle interior.   

6.  STEERING: Must be stock for make and model of vehicle.  No aluminum allowed.  No alteration of any kind allowed.  Must be located in original stock location.  No tilt steering columns allowed.  May be replaced with straight steering column or steering shaft with a minimum of two (2) universal joints in steering shaft between firewall and steering box.  Quick disconnect steering wheels allowed.  Must be stock tie rods and ball joints.  No tube tie rod, heim joints or aftermarket drag links allowed.  No rack and pinion, no center point, etc. allowed.  No exceptions!  Steering quickeners allowed.   

7.  REAR END: Stock production rear end or Ford nine inch (9”) rear ends.  Floaters allowed.  Tires must remain inside fenders and quarter panels.  Rear end must be locked or spool.   

8.  WHEELS AND TIRES: Aftermarket steel wheels, stock steel wheels, or wagon wheels allowed and must be no wider than eight (8) inches.  Wheels can be reinforced.  60- series tires allowed.  DOT street tires only.  No screwing tires to wheels, no racing tires, no studded tires, or recaps.  No off-road tires of any kind allowed.  Grinding and any other alterations not allowed.  All wheel weights must be removed.  Wheel studs on right side must be ½” minimum and must have oversized nuts on all four (4) wheels.  Beadlock allowed on right rear only.    

9.  ENGINES: Engine and body must be of same manufacture such as Ford to Ford, GM to GM, etc.  Stock production cast iron engine and heads only.  Engines must be mounted in stock location.  Solid mounts or tie down chains acceptable.  No setbacks allowed.  Steel or aluminum pulleys are allowed. No factory performance heads such as Chevrolet small block angle plug heads, bowtie, double hump heads, Vortec, Ford SVO, etc. allowed.  Guide plates for push rods allowed.  Aluminum valve covers and aluminum water pumps allowed. No aftermarket heads of any kind. No porting, polishing or pocket porting. No deburring of any kind on heads or manifolds.  Screw-in or pinned studs allowed. No racing engines or parts, super chargers, turbo chargers, nitrous oxide, alcohol, nitro, etc. All engines must be stock stroke.  Chevy engines must use 5.7 rods only.  No fuel injection or computers allowed.  Engine must be naturally aspirated. Stock mechanical fuel pump only and must be block mounted and in stock location. No roller cams, roller rockers, or roller tip rockers.  Rockers must be stamped steel only.  No stud girdles allowed.  Raised crank case breathers allowed. Screw in studs, aftermarket rod bolts, lifter valley pan allowed.  Must use stock starters.  No solid lift cams allowed.  Valves can be no larger than 1.94 intake and 1.50 exhaust.  Flat top pistons only with a minimum of two (2) valve reliefs will be allowed in all engines.  No dish or dome pistons allowed.  All Chevrolet 400 motors and all big block motors are not allowed.  No machining beyond valve seat. No factory high- performance engines allowed.  No mini starters allowed. Engine must be able to idle at eight hundred fifty (850) RPM.  No more than one hundred eighty (180) pounds of compression allowed at time of inspection with track gauge.  Procedure for compression test is as follows:  *  removal of all eight (8) spark plugs  *  carburetor butterfly wired open  *  compression test done on any one (1) random cylinder with track gauge until pumping stops  * all cars will be checked on the same cylinder.  If compression measures over one hundred eighty (180) pounds, car will be declared illegal.  Factory stock harmonic balancer only.  No aftermarket of any kind.   

10.  INTAKE AND EXHAUST MANIFOLDS: Stock production cast iron 2-barrel or 4-barrel intake manifold only.  No high rise manifolds, stock or otherwise allowed.  No bowtie, aftermarket, etc. allowed.  No porting, polishing or deburring of intake manifold allowed.  Stock production cast iron exhaust manifolds allowed.  Must run exhaust pipe off each manifold or behind Y pipe a minimum of two (2) feet long and maximum of two (2) inches in diameter.  Over-frame or under-frame headers allowed.  No frame alterations for headers.   

11.  CARBURETOR:  Holley 4412 carburetor on all cars is mandatory.  Must be gauge legal.  Must remove choke plate and shaft.  One (1) air filter element with a maximum height of four (4) inches may be used.   

12.  IGNITION: Must be stock HEI production distributor ignition only.  No capacitive discharge ignition systems.  No racing ignition systems including ignition modules and ignition coil.  No MSD, Accel, Mallory, etc. ignition components except spark plug wires.   

13.  TRANSMISSION: Only stock production OEM manual or automatic transmissions allowed.  No powerglide transmission allowed.  

Manual transmissions: Must have a stock single disc clutch inside an explosion-proof bell housing or scattershield of at least one eighth by six (1/8 x 6) inches steel covering clutch area from top down both sides one hundred eighty (180) degrees total and be securely fastened.  Aftermarket clutch pedal assembly may be used.  

Automatic transmissions: Stock production OEM automatic transmission with torque converter only.  No couplers, racing transmissions, powerglide transmissions, etc. allowed.  Stock torque converters for transmission must be used.  No transmission cooler in driver’s compartment. 

Both automatic and manual transmissions:  All bell housings must have one and one half (1½) inch minimum inspection hole top right side of bell housing.  Inspection plate must be removable to view inspection hole of bell housing.   

14.  RADIATOR: Aluminum radiator allowed.  No other cooling devices other than radiator in front of engine.  Only one radiator allowed.   

15.  DRIVESHAFT: Stock steel driveshaft must be painted white with driveshaft hoop no further back than six (6) inches behind front universal joint.   

16.  WEIGHT: Must weigh three thousand two hundred (3,200) pounds minimum with driver in vehicle on track scales after feature race.   

17.  BATTERY: Batteries are covered under General Rules.   

18.  MISCELLANEOUS:  No driver adjustable controls of any kind inside driver’s compartment.  

19. SAFETY: Personal Safety Equipment:  It is the sole responsibility of each competitor for the effectiveness and proper installation, per the manufacturer’s specifications to be adequate for competition at every event.  Each competitor is expected to investigate and educate themselves for continuing improvement regarding their own personal safety equipment. 

Seat Belt/Restraint System:  Each car should be equipped with an SFI 16.5 or SFI 16.1 approved seat belt restraint system until the date of the belt expiration (usually two years).  Seat belts restraint systems shall be installed in accordance with the directions and application of the system supplier or manufacturer.  Seat belt webbing that comes into contact with any sharp or unradiused metal edge should be protected from that edge by means of push-on grip vinyl trim.  Seat manufacturers supply the seat with trim protecting the webbing from abrasion or cutting under impact conditions and should be used to their specifications.  It is the responsibility of the driver, not the track officials or promoter, to ensure that his/her seat belt restrain system and all components are SFI approved, correctly installed, maintained and properly used.   

Protective Clothing:  Each driver should wear a fire resistant uniform meeting the SFI 3.2A/5 specification and display a valid SFI 3.2A/5 label.  Each driver should also wear fire resistant accessories that effectively cover the remaining parts of the body.  Shoes and gloves should meet the SFI 3.3 specification and display a valid SFI .3 label.   

Seats:  An aluminum seat built specifically for the purpose of competition in auto racing events will be required.  High-back aluminum (stockcar style) seats should be securely mounted to the frame as recommended/required by seat manufacturer and chassis manufacturer.  Head rest (behind the head) should include padding.  All areas surrounding the head should have padding.  The seat must be mounted a minimum of thirty (30) inches from the center of the rear end, measured at the bottom of the seat.   

Helmets:  Driver must wear a full face helmet, with at least a valid SA 2005 Standard Snell and/or a valid SFI 31.1, SFI 31.2, or SFI 31.1 2000 label.  If a head and neck restraint system is connected it should conform to the manufacturer’s mounting instructions.  Neck collars are mandatory.  

Other:  No sharp or protruding edges in or around the cockpit, which would impede the driver’s rapid exit from the car.  Windshield screens with a minimum of .090 inch screens must be securely fastened.  An electrical engine shut off switch is required.  The switch must be clearly labeled and within the reach of the driver.  A fuel shut-off valve is highly recommended.  The valve must be clearly labeled and within reach of the driver.  Flame retardant seat, roll bar, knee and steering pads or padding are recommended. 

20.  NUMBERING / IDENTIFICATION:  Car number must be at least eighteen (18) to twenty (20) inches tall and be in a contrasting color on doors and roof.  No duplicate numbers.  No metallic paint or duct tape. All numbers and decals must look professional. 

21. NOTE FROM TRACK PROMOTOR: The Pure Street class is meant to be a competitive, low cost class in which to race.  Please do not make racing more expensive than it has to be by using parts not allowed in the Pure Street Class or the vehicle will be disqualified.     

Sport Compact Rules


 1.  ENGINE:  Only three (3) or four (4) cylinder in-line engines permitted.  Honda CRX not allowed.  No trucks, station wagons, vans or convertibles.  All engine components must remain unaltered and OEM for the year, make and model.  All valve-train components must remain unaltered and OEM including but not limited to crankshaft, connecting rods, valves, valve sizes, and the bore and stroke.  Aftermarket and/or racing-type cylinder heads not allowed.  High performance engines of any type not allowed.  Turbo charged and/or super charged and/or rotary engines not allowed.   

2.  ELECTRONICS AND IGNITION SYSTEM:  All ignition components must be unaltered, OEM, and match the year, make and model.  Only 12-volt ignition systems permitted.  Ignition boxes and/or performance chips and/or any ignition enhancing devices not allowed.  Traction control of any type not allowed.  Only one twelve (12) volt battery, securely mounted with both terminals covered permitted.  If battery is moved from OEM location, the battery must be mounted in a marine-type case. Only stock OEM starters in the OEM location permitted.  Only one aftermarket tachometer, oil pressure and water temperature gauge(s) permitted.  The vehicle computer (ECU) must be mounted in a visible location providing ease of inspection.   

3.  EXHAUST SYSTEM:  Exhaust manifolds and headers allowed on all cars.  Removal of the catalytic converter, air conditioning compressor and smog pump permitted.    

4.  ENGINE COMPARTMENT:  The engine must be OEM and mounted in the stock OEM location for the make and model.  Aftermarket radiators allowed.  Solid engine mounts and/or safety chains permitted.  Accumulators and/or accusumps not allowed.  Reinforcing not allowed with the exception of the front strut bar and a bar across the front between horns to protect the radiator.  It is not to extend in front of the bumper.    

5.  TRANSMISSION AND DRIVELINE:  The transmission and/or transaxle must remain OEM and unaltered for the year, make and model.  All forward and reverse gears must be operational.  The flywheel, flexplate, clutch and/or torque converter and/or assembly must remain unaltered and OEM of the year, make and model.  Mini-type clutches and/or couplers not allowed.  Inspection access is required.  If not, disassembly may be required for inspection.  Transmission coolers in the driver compartment not allowed.  Torque dividing final drive systems not allowed.  Locked differentials of any type not allowed.  A minimum one (1) inch inspection hole must be located in the bell housing.      

6.  CHASSIS / FRAME:  All chassis and frames must remain unaltered and OEM.  Any front wheel drive, compact car frame permitted.  A maximum wheelbase of 107-inches permitted.  The magnetic steel floor pan must remain unaltered and OEM.  Any work that is done in the form of patches must be completed with magnetic steel.   

7.  WEIGHT:  Additional weight of any type not allowed.  Any item(s) that are deemed to provide additional weight must be removed.    

8.  FUEL CELLS and FUEL:  The fuel system must be complete, unaltered and OEM for the year, make and model.  All cars are required to run a racing-type fuel cell.  Only standard pump gasoline permitted for competition.  A maximum of 93 octane.  Performance additives not allowed.  The gas tank/fuel cell may be mounted ahead of the rear axle with a minimum 1/8-inch shield mounted under it assuming it is an OEM install and separate from the driving compartment.  If the gas tank/fuel cell is mounted behind the rear axle the gas tank/fuel cell must be replaced with a maximum eight (8) gallon fuel cell relocated to the trunk area only of the car.  Must have fire wall in the trunk area spanning the width of the car separating the fuel cell from the interior of the car.  Must have hole in trunk for fuel to escape in case of tank rupture.  Hole can be no larger than eight (8) inches over the width and length of fuel cell.  Hoop to protect fuel tank permitted.  The cell must be mounted with two (2) solid magnetic steel straps around the entire cell two (2) inches wide and .125-inch thick.  A magnetic steel or fuel cell cover must be between the driver and the fuel cell.  A fuel cell vent, including cap vent, must have a check valve.  If the fuel cell does not have an aircraft-type positive seal filler neck, then a flapper, spring and/or ball type filler roll-over valve is mandatory.  External electric fuel pump wired to the ignition switch with aftermarket fuel cell permitted.  Cool cans not allowed.  No fuel lines allowed through the car interior.    

9.  BODY:  Any front wheel drive or rear wheel drive compact car permitted.  Station wagons and/or convertibles not allowed.  The body must remain unaltered and OEM in appearance.  Replacing panels with steel bodies will be acceptable.  The inner fenders must remain unaltered and OEM.  Removal of the inner fenders not allowed.  The hood and trunk lid/hatchback must be securely fastened.  All doors must be securely fastened.  All glass, exterior lights, chrome and/or plastic trim and hood insulation must be removed.  Dashboard may be removed.  Front and rear bumpers must be securely fastened.  Welded, chained and/or cabled to the frame permitted.  A front and rear tow hook/chains must be easily accessible.  The OEM bumper covers must remain on the vehicle, but may be altered to allow for tow hook.  A maximum seven (7) inch sun visor permitted.  The opera windows may be closed and/or sealed.    

10.  SUSPENSION:  All components and mounts must remain unaltered and OEM and must match the year, make and model.  Weight jacks, modifications, racing components, aftermarket or homemade traction devices not allowed.  The car must remain in alignment from front-to-rear and must track straight.  A maximum of 5 degrees of camber permitted on any wheel.  Center-mounted steering not allowed.  A quick release, aftermarket steering wheel permitted.  A collapsible steel steering shaft is recommended.  Aftermarket remote reservoir power steering not allowed.  All shocks and struts must remain unaltered and OEM in the OEM location.  Spring rubbers permitted.    

11.  BRAKES:  All brake components must be unaltered, OEM, magnetic steel and operative on all four wheels.  Disc and/or drum brakes permitted and must match the year, make and model.  Only OEM master cylinders in OEM location permitted.  Brake shut off and/or valve bias adjuster(s) not allowed.  Only magnetic steel brake lines permitted.   

12.  WHEELS and TIRES:  Only OEM DOT 13-, 14-, 15-, or 16-inch passenger tires permitted.  Racing, mud, mud luggers, and/or snow tires not allowed.  M+S tires permitted.  Alterations or any type including re-caps, softening, chemical alteration, conditioning, siping, and/or grooving not allowed.  All wheels must be OEM steel or aluminum wheels with a maximum width of seven (7) inches and a standard bead.  Racing wheels may be ran with a maximum offset of one (1) inch either side of center.  All tires must remain inside the body.  Wheel spacers and/or bleeder valves not allowed.  Wheel reinforcement is strongly recommended.  One (1) inch outside diameter magnetic steel lug nuts on steel wheels are required.   

13.  SAFETY: Personal Safety Equipment:  It is the sole responsibility of each competitor for the effectiveness and proper installation, per the manufacturer’s specifications to be adequate for competition at every event.  Each competitor is expected to investigate and educate themselves for continuing improvement regarding their own personal safety equipment. 

Seat Belt/Restraint System:  Each car should be equipped with an SFI 16.5 or SFI 16.1 approved seat belt restraint system until the date of the belt expiration (usually two years).  Seat belts restraint systems shall be installed in accordance with the directions and application of the system supplier or manufacturer.  Seat belt webbing that comes into contact with any sharp or unradiused metal edge should be protected from that edge by means of push-on grip vinyl trim.  Seat manufacturers supply the seat with trim protecting the webbing from abrasion or cutting under impact conditions and should be used to their specifications.  It is the responsibility of the driver, not the track officials or promoter, to ensure that his/her seat belt restrain system and all components are SFI approved, correctly installed, maintained and properly used.   

Protective Clothing:  Each driver should wear a fire resistant uniform meeting the SFI 3.2A/5 specification and display a valid SFI 3.2A/5 label.  Each driver should also wear fire resistant accessories that effectively cover the remaining parts of the body.  Shoes and gloves should meet the SFI 3.3 specification and display a valid SFI .3 label.   

Seats:  An aluminum seat built specifically for the purpose of competition in auto racing events will be required.  High-back aluminum (stockcar style) seats should be securely mounted to the frame as recommended/required by seat manufacturer and chassis manufacturer.  Head rest (behind the head) should include padding.  All areas surrounding the head should have padding.  The seat must be mounted a minimum of thirty (30) inches from the center of the rear end, measured at the bottom of the seat.   

Helmets:  Driver must wear a full face helmet, with at least a valid SA 2005 Standard Snell and/or a valid SFI 31.1, SFI 31.2, or SFI 31.1 2000 label.  If a head and neck restraint system is connected it should conform to the manufacturer’s mounting instructions.  Neck collars are mandatory.  

Other:  No sharp or protruding edges in or around the cockpit, which would impede the driver’s rapid exit from the car.  Windshield screens with a minimum of .090 inch screens must be securely fastened.  An electrical engine shut off switch is required.  The switch must be clearly labeled and within the reach of the driver.  A fuel shut-off valve is highly recommended.  The valve must be clearly labeled and within reach of the driver.  Flame retardant seat, roll bar, knee and steering pads or padding are recommended.   

14.  ROLL CAGE:  Unless otherwise noted all tubing utilized in the construction of the roll cage must be 1.50 inch outside diameter, .090 inch thick magnetic steel tubing.  A four-point cage, full perimeter, using 1.50 inch outside diameter, .090 inch thick magnetic steel tubing is required.  A six-point, full perimeter, using 1.50 inch outside diameter, .090 inch thick magnetic steel tubing is suggested.  The rear hoop must have bracing that crosses in a “X” configuration.  Rear kick up supports are highly recommended.  A minimum 1.25 inch outside diameter cross bar is required across the top of the halo bar.  The roll cage must be securely fastened (welding is required) utilizing a minimum of .250 inch plating to mount cage to the frame.   Only magnetic steel permitted.  Iron, galvanized pipe, fittings, square tubing, brazing and/or soldering not allowed.  A minimum of three (3) door bars on the driver side and two (2) door bars on the passenger side mounted in a horizontal manner is required.  Vertical bracing from the top to the bottom of the door bars on both sides is required.  A minimum of three (3) windshield bars and protective screen is required in front of the driver.  The driver’s compartment must be sealed completely from the track, the engine and the fuel cell.  The front and rear firewalls must remain and any holes must be patched with the magnetic steel.  Mirrors not allowed.  Gutting of the car not allowed with the exception of clearance for the roll and door bars.  All material considered flammable including but not limited to the radio, airbags, etc. must be removed.  The interior must remain open.   

15.  OTHER:  The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) must remain clearly visible and unaltered in a minimum of one (1) of the OEM locations.  Any car missing the VIN is not allowed to enter competition.  RWD Ford Mustangs permitted to run a locked rear end and must run OEM carburetor.    

16.  LINE-UP:  If a competitor wins a feature, they must start at the back of the feature of the following week (excluding rain-outs).  

17. Numbering and Identification:  Car number must be at least eighteen (18) to twenty (20) inches tall and be in a contrasting color on doors and roof.  No duplicate numbers.  No metallic paint or duct tape. All numbers and decals must look professional.

Teen-4 Rules


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Must be Factory Stock

  1.  MODELS:  Any front engine, 4-cylinder car with a maximum wheel base of one hundred four (104) inches and a complete stock body, frame and suspension.  No skirting around bottom of car.  No air dams allowed.  No rub bars allowed.  May replace grill area with flat plastic or sheet metal.  No bracing of any kind.  No rotary engines allowed.  Engine must be stock for make and model.  Quick-release steering wheels allowed.  Dash, steering and pedals must remain stock for that make and model.  All insulation under hood must be removed.  No skinning of inside body panels, trunks or hoods.  Exception:  Driver’s door may be skinned for door bars.  Exhaust pipe must be minimum of two (2) feet.  VIN number must remain in place.  No added weight allowed.  Must be self-starter and in working order.  DOHC engines allowed.  

  2.  CARBURETOR and FUEL:  Factory stock carburetor/fuel injection system for that year, make and model.  Must retain choke plate and shafts.  No turbo chargers.  NO RACING FUEL.   

3.  TRANSMISSION:  Stock transmission for that make and model.   

4.  BATTERY: Batteries are covered under General Rules, #18. 

5.  DIFFERENTIAL:  Differential may be locked.   

6.  TIRES AND WHEELS:  Passenger tires and wheels only.  Tires and wheels must be of like size, all numbers must match.  No low profile tires. No grooving, siping or softening allowed.  DOT street tires only.  No off-road tires allowed.  Factory stock wheels only.  No after-market wheels of any kind.   

7.  DOORS:  All doors must be secured by welding, bolting, etc.   

8. GAS TANK:  If stock gas tank is used, must be in stock location.  May be replaced with a fuel cell or boat tank (max of 8 gallons).  Fuel cell/boat tank must be covered, secured and located in trunk.  If fuel cell is used in trunk, must have fire wall between trunk and interior.  Must have hole in trunk for fuel to escape in case of tank rupture.  Hole can be no larger than eight (8) inches over the width and length of fuel cell.  Hoop to protect fuel tank allowed.  May be attached under rear bumper only.  May not be attached to roll cage.   

9.  COMPONENTS:  All glass must be removed.  Dash and all components under dash must remain in place, with exception of radio, which must be removed.   

10. CLAIM RULE: Any driver who finishes in the top three (3) on the lead lap may claim any of the top three (3) finishers of the feature.  The claim is seven hundred fifty dollars ($750) plus your car.  Driver keeps seat, belts, and tires.  If tire service is used on either car then claiming driver must pay any tire fees incurred.   Any driver wishing to make a claim must have taken the checkered flag on evening of claim. Car of claiming driver must be under its own power to tech area.  Only driver, car owner, and officials are allowed in tech area when car is being claimed.  If no claim is posted five (5) minutes after top three (3) cars are in tech, no claim can be made.   No claim may be made against a driver on his / her first night of racing at the track.  No claims allowed on two final points nights of the season.  Refusal to sell forfeits all points for evening’s events.  Claiming driver will forfeit evening’s points, regardless if claim is accepted or refused.    The motivation behind claiming is to keep the prices affordable and create competitive racing.   

11.  ROLL CAGE:  Full 4-post roll cage must be used.  Must have minimum of three (3) door bars in driver’s side with a plate.  The front bar of cage, running side to side, must pass over the top of steering column.  Cross bars allowed.  Bars passing through cage allowed.   

12.  INSPECTION:  All cars are subject to inspection at any time.  Must have tools for tear down.  Failure to be able to tear down is subject to disqualification.   

13.  SAFETY:  Approved racing safety belts, shoulder harness and racing seat required.  Must be quick release type belts. A neck collar is mandatory. Must be securely fastened to car frame or roll cage.  Driver’s safety equipment specifications covered in General Rules.  It is the responsibility of the driver to prepare their car free of defects and in a safe racing condition.  No fuel lines of any kind allowed inside interior of car.  Must be steel fuel line.    

14.  NUMBERING / IDENTIFICATION:  Car number must be at least eighteen (18) to twenty (20) inches tall and be in a contrasting color on doors and roof.  No duplicate numbers.  No metallic paint or duct tape. All numbers and decals must look professional.   

15.  NEXT FEATURE FOR TEEN-4 FEATURE WINNER:  The winner of the Teen-4 feature will begin at the back of his/her next feature race.  Driver has the option of racing in their heat for points.   

16.  DRIVER’S AGE:  Teen-4 driver’s age minimum is twelve (12) years of age and the age maximum is nineteen (19) years of age at the beginning of the current season.      

17. BRACING:  Purpose   is to stabilize struts and radiator bracing to support front shell of   car.  See photo for example of bracing.  Track reserves the right   to approve additional bracing.  Unapproved bracing will be required to   be removed before allowed to race.   

18.   CHAMPION First and second in season points in 2017 must move up a division in 2018.