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Drags Rules

 

520′ or 330′  E.T. Bracket Drags (cars will be split into 3 ET Brackets)

Children of all ages are allowed in the pits. Must be properly supervised at all times.

Driver Requirements:
-All drivers must have a valid driver’s license.
-Must wear a minimum of a DOT approved helmet at all times while racing. Snell SA rated motorsports helmet is highly recommended.
-Drivers must wear full pants (no shorts). SFI rated fire suit is highly recommended.
-Drivers must wear closed toe shoes. No sandals or flip flops (open toed shoes) allowed.

Vehicle Requirements:
Tires and Wheels:
All tires must be in good condition and free of cracks, cuts, or bulges. Wheels must have all lug nuts secured and without visible defects.
Throttle Return Springs:
All throttles must have dual throttle return springs. Unmodified factory throttle setups on late model vehicles are OK.
Seat Belts:
All vehicles are required to have seatbelts and drivers are required to wear seatbelts at all times while racing.
Batteries:
All batteries need to be securely mounted to vehicle. Factory holdowns are OK. No bungee cords, tape, wire or straps are allowed as a battery holdown device. When batteries are relocated into the trunk of the vehicle, the trunk must be separated from the driver’s compartment by a firewall and all openings must be sealed.
Brakes:
All vehicles must have fully working brakes.
Firewalls:
Full bodied vehicles and roadsters must have a firewall to separate the engine compartment from the driver’s compartment. All openings must be sealed.
Fluid Leaks:
All vehicles must be free of fluid leaks to prevent fluids contaminating the track surface. Vehicles that have visibly flowing leaks will be barred from competition until the leak has been fixed and cleaned up.
Fuel Lines:
Fuel Lines are to be metal or high pressure hose. Must be free of cracks and mounted away from moving parts, headers, and exhaust.
Liquid Overflow:
Overflow should be attached to the radiator vent to prevent coolant from leaking onto the track. The minimum size is 1 pint in size.
Nitrous Bottles:
All nitrous bottles must be securely fastened to the vehicle. Bottles mounted in the driver’s compartment must have a blow off valve vented to the outside of the driver’s compartment.

Cars Running 6.00 to 6.99 mandatory:
4 point cage/hoop- it can be welded in or bolted in, 3 point seatbelt/harness- Factory OEM seatbelts are okay. No lap belts. A 5 point harness is recommended, but not required.
Cars Running 6.00 to 6.99 recommended:
3 inch wheel studs, Drive line hoop, Fire jacket

Cars Running 5.99 or Faster:
4 point cage/hoop- it can be welded in or bolted in, 5 point harness, 3 inch wheel studs, Drive line hoop, Fire jacket.

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