Rules



2019 General Track Rules

2019 GENERAL TRACK RULES

The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. These rules shall govern the conditions of all events and by participating in those events, all participants are deemed to have complied with these rules. No expressed or implied warranty of safety shall result from publications of or compliance with these rules and/or regulations. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant, spectator, or official. The race director shall be empowered to permit minor deviation from any of the specification herein or impose any further restrictions that in his opinion does not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. No expressed or implied warranty of safety shall result from such alteration of specifications. Any interpretation or deviation of these rules is left to the discretion of track management. Their decision is final.

General Track Rules:

1. Driver and crewmembers will conduct themselves in a calm and sportsmanlike manner at all times.
2. Interpretation of rules and decisions of speedway officials will be final.
3. Ignorance of rules will not be accepted as an excuse for their violation.
4. The management reserves the right to refuse entry to any car or person without question.
5. The driver alone will be the sole spokesman for their car owner in any and all matters pertaining to the race and must talk with the official in charge.
6. Open drinking of intoxicants in the pit area by drivers will not be tolerated. Offenders will be subject to immediate ejection.
7. The following activities will result in fines, loss of winnings and points, and be subject to suspension and arrest. Loud and abusive language toward track officials, Starting or engaging in a fight, Deliberate contact during caution laps or after the race has completed. Disorderly conduct will not be allowed at the pay-off window Subjecting any employee or official to improper or abusive language or profane signs. Any person found with any weapon on him or his vehicle is also subject to arrest. Penalty will be at the official’s discretion.
8. Any fines, suspensions, and/or protests must be settled with speedway management before a driver, car owner or crew member will be allowed to enter restricted area at another event.
9. Any cars entering race track other than at practice times allowed by flagman will be subject to action at discretion of flagman.
10. Any driver, car owner or crewmember going to the top of flag stand or tower without permission, to argue will be fined (minimum $150) at official’s discretion.
11. Car number must appear on roof and both sides to be scored.
12. Any situation not specifically covered by this rulebook will be acted upon by flagman; pit steward or management and decisions shall be final.
13. All cars must have chain in front and rear for hook up!
14. Fire Retardant driver uniform, gloves, helmet, five-point harness and fire extinguisher required. Window net is optional. If caught at anytime without one of these items, you will not run that date and you will forfeit all points and money.
15. Drivers may compete in two divisions per night but no more than 2, exception being Thunder Bomber. Change of drivers after heats will start in rear of main or will be disqualified. No exceptions!
16. A car is only allowed to compete in one division per night.
17. Any and all items not covered in these rules are non-protest items.
18. All prize money must be picked up at payoff window the same night. Failure to pick up money on night of race will result in forfeit of winnings. No exceptions.
19. Stock means that you cannot modify this part. (If the rules don’t say you can- then you can’t.)
20. The rules are configured to support different racetracks and what may be good at one track may not be good at another. As deemed necessary, the rules may be altered and/or changed to suit the track and/or the officials. Rules are based off of US production models and availability.
21. The track reserves the right to promote any driver up at any time without prior notice.
22. All weights or cc’s must be posted on hood. All weight penalties & weight breaks must be claimed on hood. If not posted and car is protested, this could result in a DQ.
23. Hans or like devices are recommended A weight break of 25 lbs. will be given in all classes for each driver wearing a head restraint for the duration of the entire event. A foam neck brace does not qualify as a head restraint. It is the responsibility of the driver, not Laurens Speedway to ensure that his/her device is approved, correctly installed, maintained and properly used.

Pre-Race Process
1. Attendance by drivers at drivers’ meetings is mandatory. If not in attendance, driver will start in the rear.
2. Visual protests – $50 (requiring no measurements whatsoever) must be presented to Tech man in writing before feature line-up commences. No visual protests taken after track announcer has made call for cars to come to staging area.
3. All drivers must be ready to compete in the event for which they are scheduled. If you are not staged in line up when cars are called to the speedway, you will start tail of field.
4. All Drivers must have a working Raceceiver when on track!

Race Process
1. After the race starts the Race Director/Flagman is in full control and his/her decisions will be final.
2. The Race Director/Flagman has final word on any on-track activities.
3. Any driver stopping before the completion of the first lap to bring out the caution will be put to the rear or penalized a lap at the discretion of flagman.
4. Any car (s) that is involved in any accident that brings out red or yellow flag will be lined up in the rear of the field. (This does not include cars that stop to keep from hitting the other cars.)
5. STARTS – All initial starts are double file, beginning off of turn four (4). Inside driver sets the pace. It is the outside driver’s responsibility to stay beside him. Jumping starts will put you back one row. After 2 double file attempts (jumps do not count), line up will go single file, Crate Late Model excluded.
6. RE-STARTS – Leader may re-start anytime after lights go out down backstretch to Turn 4. Drivers jumping starts will be put in the rear.
7. Any cars not on the track when “okay” sign comes out will start at rear.
8. MULTI-CAR WRECK ON FIRST LAP: All cars get their spot back. Single car spin will go to rear. Any cars going to pit will go to rear.
9. No work can be done on racecar on the track. No tools allowed on track. No crew is allowed on the track, ever!
10. Any driver stopping on track and exiting car to argue with officials for any reason will be penalized at track official’s discretion.
11. In the event that two or more cars cross the finish line at the same time, the car next to the infield can be declared the winner.
12. No car can receive any assistance from another car during the last lap of the race.
13. Any car stopping on the track deliberately will be penalized one lap for the infraction.
14. Rough driving will be dealt with through fines and/or suspensions.
15. No crewmembers on track without track official’s permission.
16. Race back to the checkered flag only. (Green and yellow lights on means race back.) If the track is blocked or driver’s life in danger, we will go back for green, white, and checkered.
17. Lap traffic must stay to inside of speedway. (Any cars trying to hold up leaders will be black-flagged.)
18. Any car charged with three (3) unassisted cautions will be black-flagged.
19. Bringing out the caution to stop from going a lap down will be scored one (1) lap down.
20. Track official decisions are final.

Post Race Process
1. Top three cars must cross scales in order of finish for inspection after heats and features. All cars must have weight and any weight penalties posted on hood be for crossing the scales Scale tolerance 5 lbs. all classes.
2. Only driver may protest. Protesting driver must compete in race in question to file protest. All protests must be received by Tech Man and have his approval. Spite protests and protests done in an un-sportsmanlike manner will not be considered. If protested, driver may back pull protesting car only. You can only pull the car in front of you. (If you run 5th, and you want to pull 3rd place, you must pull 4th place on the same items as 3rd). Official’s decision is final.
3. All other protests must be presented to Tech Man, in writing, within five minutes of the winner of the feature race crossing the scales. Protest must be accompanied by protest fee. Back protests must be made within five minutes of notification that car been protested.
4. Driver of cars found illegal will forfeit points and money earned for entire race night.
5. The Tech Man has final word on any rule or protest.
6. Scale area is off limits to pit crews during official weighing. Please exit scale area after car has been pushed onto scales. No car will be weighed until area has been cleared.

Protest Rules
1. After protest has been filed and money has been put up, it will not be returned for any reason. Protest cannot be taken down once it is filed; this is to avoid swapping money, which is unfair to rest of field.
2. For protest money to go to car that has been protested, he must tear down and be checked and found legal.
3. Protests or questions will be made by driver only.
4. To protest any car in the field, you must finish directly behind them or protest all cars between. Must be on lead lap at checkered flag. Protested car may back pull protesting car only on equal or less items.
5. All protests must be submitted to the Tech man within five (5) minutes after the first car has crossed the scales.
6. Driver filing protest is all that will be allowed in protest area other than security and track officials.
7. Protested cars have (5) minutes to accept or refuse protest. After acceptance, protested car has 5 mins. to back pull protesting car. If he or she accepts the protest, parts must be ready for inspection within one (1) hour. (Tech man discretion)

POINTS SYSTEM for all divisions will be as follows:
1. If there is a driver change during the race the points will go to the driver that started the race. If the change is made before the first attempt at a start the points
will go to the new driver.
2. Position Points 1st – 50 5th – 30 9th – 22 13th – 14 17th – 6
2nd – 45 6th – 28 10th – 20 14th – 12 18th – 5
3rd – 40 7th – 26 11th – 18 15th – 10 19th – 4
4th – 35 8th – 24 12th – 16 16th – 7 20th – 3
21st and back will receive 2 points each
3. Advancing points: One point will be awarded for every position a car moves up from the starting grid to the finishing order (A car that starts 2nd and finishes 1st will
receive one advancing point, a car that starts 15th and wins the race will receive advancing points etc. You do not have to win to receive the points just advance.
Points will not be taken away for losing positions).
4. If there is a tie for any positioning the final point standings the tie breaker will go to the driver with the most wins. If the tied cars have the same number of wins
the tie breaker will move to the next position etc until a winner is declared.
5. For a person to be considered a car owner by track officials, the speedway must have a completed W-9 form in that person or company’s name and a 1099 tax form will be
sent to them.

2019 – 604 Crate Late Model Rules

ENGINES: All Engines and parts must be as from factory and all components thereof.
Any “unauthorized” changes will result in disqualification, no points, fines and other possible penalties including but not limited to being barred from SECA sanctioned competition. This includes, but is not limited to, harmonic balancers, valve springs, push rods, rocker arms, aftermarket valve covers etc.
NO power producing/performance enhancing methods allowed via (includes “breather system” modifications)
IF CAUGHT CHEATING “WITHIN THE BOLTS” (INCLUDES “AFTERMARKET” VALVE SPRINGS) Driver loses points, is fined $1000, and is barred from competition for 365 days. Driver cannot compete at any WEEKLY SANCTIONED TRACK. Track event: (Track receives 25% of $1000 fine once paid). Car owner (if separate) will be fined $500, or any penalties decided by SECA management. SECA may uphold other crate sanctioning body suspensions for engine tampering inside the bolt (engine infractions only).

Engine Seals: GM Factory Bolts (untampered), SECA, FASTRAK, NeSmith, Rush, or NDRA seals ONLY!
Oil Pumps must be Factory GM Oil Pressure (45 pounds or less at 1500 RPM)
ENGINE PROTESTS & CLAIM RULES: GM 604 HP $6000 Claim. Participants refusing to allow claim will be considered illegal within the bolts and penalties according to such will apply. Protest Rules: Top 5 main event finishers can protest any Top 5 finisher (Track Protest Rules May Apply). Claim fee must be paid within 5 minutes of protested car crossing scales.

COMPLETE ENGINE PROTEST RULE: Protest Fee is $1000 and Acceptance Fee is $400. The winner of the protest receives $1000, the track receives $200, and the SECA selected technical inspector receives $200. In the case of a full engine protest, track representative will claim entire engine and meet at “selected” technical inspector’s business at the appointed inspection time. Illegal parts may be confiscated and destroyed!
WEIGHT: GM 602 Car & Driver (2200) & GM 604 Car & Driver (2350) (track may/may not allow burn off). Cars with a factory GM sealed engine will receive a 25 pound weight break. Cars with a 10lb Automatic/Manual FE-36 Fire Suppression System will receive an additional 25 pound weight break No weight break for Head & Neck Restraints or Full Containment Seat. NO lead bolted to the rear axle. Claimed weight must be displayed on hood, roof, or left front fender in highly visible area for officials.

CARBURETORS: Must have 1 11/16th base plate maximum. Maximum venture measurement 1.375 Billet base plate may be used (.780 MAXIMUM thickness). Carb Spacer 604 – 1” inch maximum (NO TOLERANCE) 602” 2 inch spacer maximum (NO TOLERANCE) Spacer may not protrude down into intake at any point. One gasket per surface .070 maximum Normal aspirated carburetor only. No fuel injection. No nitrous oxide. No aerosol carburetors. Two throttle springs STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. No added lines to carburetor affecting air, fuel flow, pressures, additional gases and/or chemical.

FUEL SYSTEMS: Mechanical fuel pumps only. NO electric fuel pump of any type allowed.

EVACUATION SYSTEMS: EVACUATION SYSTEMS ARE NOT ALLOWED! This means any type vacuum system. Includes vacuum from that of breather system and/or any other means of “pressure evacuation”

HEADERS: Tri Y headers are not legal. No merge collectors.

OIL PUMP: Wet sump only. No external oil pumps (even if considered “wet”). Remote oil filter and lines permitted. Remote oil filter allowed (ONE). Oil cooler allowed (One)

DISTRIBUTOR: No magnetos. Electronic ignition allowed. MSD type box allowed. No crank triggers or devices that allow external adjustment of timing.
ELECTRONIC DEVICES: No electronic devices thereby enhancing adjustment of car allowed. Traction control is NOT legal. No remote control devices allowed at ANY time. No electronic devices controlling shocks. Exotic materials (titanium, carbon fiber, etc) are illegal. Carbon fiber drive shafts are legal (safety).
TRANSMISSION: No straight drives. No in and out boxes. Transmissions without “exotic materials” allowed. It must have working clutch with forward and reverse gear. Drive shafts should be painted white with car number. This is a safety issue! Drive shaft loop is highly recommended. This is a safety issue for all competitors. Automatic transmission allowed. Air shifters not allowed. Carbon fiber, aluminum
Laurens County Speedway
Track (864)984-2427 435 Racetrack Road Cell (864)907-9862, (864)683-6132
Track Promoter: Danny Hurley Sr., Danny Hurley II
2019 – 604 CRATE LATE MODEL RULES (page 4)

or steel drive shafts permitted. Engine setback is 25 1/2 inches (measured from center of ball joint to front of engine plate).

REAR ENDS: Any Standard Quick Change Rear End. No open type (sprint car) rear ends. 9” Ford rear end or similar type rear end not permitted. No exotic metal moving parts within rear end including wheel studs.

BRAKES: All cars must have operational 4 wheel braking systems. Electric or manual proportioning valve permitted. Carbon fiber, titanium or other exotic materials are not legal. Brake Rotors must be magnetic.

WHEELS: Maximum 14” steel or aluminum (bead locks permitted). Carbon fiber or titanium is NOT legal.

TIRES: Hoosier 1350 Spec Tires ONLY. No Grooving or Siping (Buffing permitted).

Tires may be inspected at any time (numbers, specs, altering, etc). Tires may be checked by independent lab for ‘treating’ and other alterations. Tires not conforming to manufacturer’s benchmark will be deemed illegal.

SECA reserves the right to alter tire rules for the standpoint of “SAFETY AND LOCAL TIRE RULES” SOFTENING, CONDITIONING, and TIRES NOT CONFORMING TO MANUFACTURER’S BENCHMARK ARE ILLEGAL! TIRE PROTEST (Not all weekly tracks have this) SECA is working to help build this process throughout all of our member tracks. There are NO appeals and the lab results are FINAL!

Each track may have different fee and/or procedure for tire protest. Contact the track and be aware of track rules

(Penalties based on 365 day period from time of infraction)

1st Offense: $1000.00 fine, loss of points, loss of prize money, ONE race reduction on end of year standings (SECA will only score 14 races), and a 50 point deduction to year end points total.

2nd Offense: $2500.00 fine, loss of points, loss of prize money, ONE race on end of year standings (SECA will only score 13 races), and a 100 point deduction to year end points total.

3rd Offense: $5000.00 fine, loss of points, loss of prize money, and suspension to be set at SECA discretion.

$500 of each fine goes to the track where the tire was found not to conform to benchmark set forth by Hoosier.

FIREWALL: Must be approved firewall (Series Official). Edges of firewall should be completely ‘sealed’ with silicone, the floor should be reinforced for safety, and sheet metal beside driver should be strongly reinforced.

BODIES: SECA will utilize the body rules set forth in the diagram published by the NeSmith Racing Series. Body Diagrams: http://nesmithracing.com/touring/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/2018-National-Rules.pdf Exception: Deck Height (measured at center) must be maximum of 39” (cars must have a 92 tire on RR)

No raised or gurney lips. Doors and quarters must be flat (no rolled/inward curves – may have outward roll). No tunneling allowed underneath body, along the frame or around the fuel cell area. Stone shield for remote oil filter or transmission near rear engine plate allowed (24” x 24” maximum)

SPOILERS: (8” Max) must be made of solid material (Lexan, sheet aluminum, or material of equal strength). Spoiler & Spoiler Supports should be made of equal materials in all areas (NO open spoiler supports). Spoiler width and angle must be same at all points across spoiler (no varying spoiler heights of spoiler angles)

ROOF SUPPORTS: Both sides must be made of equal material. Window openings OK but must be the same size opening on both sides (2” tolerance). Both sides must be open or closed (same material must be used).
ELEPHANT EARS: Elephant ears allowed (5” maximum) and measured with straight edge down to hood.
INTERIOR: Interior body work may be dropped a maximum of 4 inches below the door. Drop interior must be enclosed at firewall in. Flat interior must maintain a minimum of 11 inches from roll cage to allow for easy exit in case of emergency. Plastic glare shield permitted at front of cockpit as normal method (4″ max height).

ROLL CAGE: No aluminum or titanium cages permitted. All tubing must be a minimum of 1 1/2 inches and a minimum of .083 wall thickness. Three bars in driver’s side mandatory, two bars in right side mandatory. Must have a minimum of 1 inch bar, .083 wall thickness in halo section running either front to rear or diagonal across

DRIVER COMPARTMENT/SAFETY: SAFETY IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. Cars must have 3 Inch Seat Belts with shoulder harness attached to roll cage (3 years max. age recommended). Cars must be equipped with a 2 Pound ABC Fire Extinguisher (SECA recommends 5 LB. Halon System) Drivers must wear complete fire suit (Gloves recommended). Full Containment Seat and Head & Neck Restraints recommended! For SAFETY, hoods must be able to be removed without having to remove bolts, air cleaner, air boxes, etc.

FUEL CELL: Must be mounted behind rear end housing between frame rails in “industry standard” area and must be secured with minimum of 2 steel straps (other state laws may apply). Straps must be 2 inches wide x 1/8 inch thick and mounted inside fuel cell steel box. No part of fuel cell may be below bottom of rear housing.

FUEL: Gasoline and Racing Gasoline ONLY (E-85 is NOT allowed)! Fuels must have a Specific Gravity of .745 or less. Fuels with a Specific Gravity greater than .745 are illegal and driver will be disqualified! The following companies have provided samples, should SECA wish to utilize fuel testing. (Renegade-VP-Klotz)
SHOCKS: There is an $800 Claim Rule Option. This claim rule includes the shock ONLY (no bumps, springs, coil over kits, etc). The claiming process for a shock will mirror the same claiming process used for engines. Any attempt to refuse “shock claim” or damage “claimed shock” will result in immediate disqualification from event, $500 fine, and is subject to additional penalties at the discretion of SECA.

1. Shocks, at any position on the race car, including lift bar and torque arm shocks must be constructed of magnetic steel or aluminum. “Thru Rod” style shocks NOT PERMITTED. Remote reservoir shocks are permitted. All shocks must have no more than 2 external adjusters. Remote reservoirs may only have 1 external adjuster. Adjuster mechanisms must not be hidden by the rod end. Adjuster mechanisms must be on the shock body, the shock rod, or on the remote reservoir. Cockpit adjustment shocks, shocks adjustable by remote, or ANY SHOCK that can be electronically adjusted in any fashion are NOT PERMITTED. Cartridge style shocks, mass inerter style shocks, or dampers are NOT PERMITTED.

2. Shock rods (3/4″max. diameter) must not surpass 250 lbs of pressure (extended at room temperature).

3. Standard late model shock equates to 1 shock per wheel except on the left rear, in which 2 are allowed (1 in front of rear end and 1 behind). Shocks must be mounted vertical to axle tube. No horizontal shocks allowed. No Air Shocks, Air Springs, Air Bumps, or Air Dumps. (These are not allowed in SECA)

REAR SUSPENSION OVERVIEW (Rules are per the Unified Dirt Late Model Committee): Rear suspension designs and applications are constantly evolving. Although the intent of the rear suspension rules are an attempt to accommodate the majority of suspension and suspension component designs and applications currently being used in competition, the rules cannot be absolute. Any and all new designs or modifications to an existing suspension and/or suspension component must be communicated to and approved by the Series Director before
being used in competition. Rear suspension may utilize either coil or leaf springs. Rear suspension configuration of current designs know as 3 link, 4 link, cantilever, Z link, or swing arm designs may be used.

Rear Suspension Frame Mounts: All frame suspension mounts must be fabricated using magnetic steel. Frame suspension mounts may be a single or double shear configuration for mounting suspension components. Single shear frame suspension mounts must be a minimum of 1/4 inch in thickness. Double shear frame suspension mounts must be a minimum of 1/8 inch thickness on both sides of the mount. All frame suspension mount component mounting holes must be round and sized correctly for the fastener being used. Clearance between the fastener and the mounting hole must not exceed common industry standards for fastener clearance.

Axle Housing Mounts: Only one (1) axle housing mount per side permitted. Axle housing mounts may be a solid (welded) type or a floating type design. Final assembled axle housing mount must be one (1) piece mount. When a floating type mount is fabricated using two (2) pieces, the two (2) pieces must create a common one (1) piece pivot (barrel). The two (2) pieces must be fastened or welded together to prevent independent movement of the two (2) pieces. The axle housing mount must attach directly to the axle tube with clearance only to permit rotation of the entire mount. Fore, aft or vertical movement of the mount or the axle housing within the mount will not be permitted. Axle housing mounts may be fabricated from magnetic steel or aluminum. Mounts for suspension attaching (radius) rods must be an integral part of axle housing mount. The mounts may be single or double shear configuration. When using a single shear configuration, a minimum thickness of 1/4 inch for magnetic steel or 1/2 inch for aluminum is required. When using a double shear configuration, a minimum thickness of 1/8 inch for magnetic steel or 1/4 for aluminum is required. Dynamic movement of any mount other than movement created in normal suspension travel is not permitted. Mounting of any component(s) other than suspension attaching (radius) rods or shocks is not permitted on axle housing mounts.

Rear Suspension Attaching (Radius) Rods: A maximum of two (2) attaching (radius) rods per side will be permitted. Attaching (radius) rods may be fabricated from magnetic steel or aluminum. Attaching (radius) rods may be solid or tubular material. The material may be round or hexagon in shape. Spherical rod ends or steel clevises must be used at the end of each rod for pivoting, static length adjustment, and mounting. Bushings of all types will not be permitted. The final assembled attaching (radius) rod must not have the capability to change length dynamically by any means or devices. Spherical rod end sizes may be a minimum of a 5/8 rod end body with a 1/2 inch bearing to a maximum of a 3/4 inch rod end body with a 3/4 bearing. In all applications, the correct size fastener must be used when mounting the spherical rod end to a bracket (example: 1/2 fastener must be used with a 1/2 bearing and mounting hole). Attaching (radius) rods must mount directly to the frame suspension mount at the forward end and to the axle housing mount at the rearward end. All rear suspension fasteners must be magnetic steel with a minimum diameter of 1/2 inch. The use of grade 8 fasteners is highly recommended. All fasteners must be correctly sized for component and application of use.

Rear Droop Limiter: One (1) droop limited chain per side will be permitted. The droop limiting chain may incorporate bump stops and/or springs. The droop limiting chain must attach to a collar type mount on the rear axle tube and to the frame assembly directly above the lower mount. Droop limiting chains must be mounted vertically. A droop limiter may utilize a bump stop or spring type connection. Any enclosed connector device may be considered as a shock absorber and counted in total number allowed.
Torque Control Devices: Lift arm assemblies and pull bars will be permitted.

Axle Housing & Rear Differential: The axle housing must be of the “closed tube” design utilizing “full floating” magnetic steel axle shafts. Center section of the axle housing must be manufactured of either aluminum or magnesium. Axle tubes must be one (1) piece. Axle tubes must be manufactured of aluminum or magnetic mild steel. Axle tubes manufactured of exotic, heavy materials are not permitted. The outside diameter of the axle tubes must not exceed three (3) inches. Axle tube internal inserts or external sleeves are not permitted. The addition of any ballast weight to axle housing is not permitted.

Axle Housing Mounts (Birdcages): The only materials allowed in fabricating axle housing mounts (birdcages) are aluminum or magnetic mild steel (no axle housing mounts of exotic or heavy materials). When fabricating axle housing mounts detail must be paid to functionality. The completed axle housing mounts (comparing right and left sides) must be as similar in design as possible. No Split Birdcages!

Rear Suspension Attaching (Radius) Rods: The only materials used to fabricate attaching (radius) rods permitted are magnetic steel or aluminum. Aluminum attaching (radius) rods may be solid or tubular material. Magnetic steel attaching (radius rods) must be tubular (maximum wall thickness of 3 16 inch). No spring rods or devices which change dynamically through the use of a spring to like device. 4 link mounts on chassis must be solid and cannot be sliding (flexible rod mounted to chassis must not move)

SPRINGS: Coil or leaf springs permitted. Coil springs must be manufactured from magnetic steel. Leaf springs must be manufactured from magnetic steel or approved composite material. Spring preload adjustments for coil springs must be made using mechanical adjusting nuts on shock body. Spring preload adjustments for leaf springs must be made using a mechanical adjusting device such as an adjustable shackle or threaded rod type mount. Other than spring dampening by the shock absorber, hydraulic, pneumatic, or electrically controlled adjusting devices, (static or dynamic) that affect spring preload or race car heights NOT permitted. No Stacking of Springs! One spring per shock! Spring Claim Rule is $125 and works under the same guidelines as Shock Claim Rule. One Standard Take-Up Spring allowed per shock (30 LB Max)

RADIOS: Radios ARE NOT legal (Track discretion). A working Raceceiver is mandatory.

TECH INSPECTION: Cars must have a “92” tire on right rear of car. All Shocks must be uncovered, and the hood must be removed (mandatory for pre-race inspection). Any item deemed as questionable or suspicious is subject to inspection and/or removal unless approved by SECA Technical Officials.

2019 Thunder Bomber Rules

Will follow SECA rules.  Rules can be found at http://secaracing.com

2019 Front Wheel Drive Rules

No Aftermarket parts allowed.
Stock unless otherwise stated.

1. 1980 or newer front wheel drive, four cylinder passenger car only. No all wheel drive or all wheel steering allowed. No station wagons, vans or pick up trucks. NO Honda or Acura’s allowed.

2. Body must maintain original dimensions, standard as from the manufacturer. Original body material may be patched or replaced with sheet metal if original body lines remain.

3. Floor pan, trunk pan, front and rear interior wheel wells must remain stock and in stock location.

4. Interior trim must be removed. (Carpet, head liner, side panels, etc.) Any material which is flammable must be removed.

5. Hood must be held shut with at least two hood pins.

6. Must add at least three crash bars in front of driver. All glass must be removed from car.

7. Fabricated dash board ok. Sheet metal interior ok. MUST HAVE MINIMUM OF TWO ACCESS HOLES FOR INSPECTION.

8. Must have rear firewall, inner fenders and wheel wells must remain stock and unaltered. Must have full floor pan, can be replaced or patched to repair rust or damage.

9. Must have a well built four-point roll cage, with a minimum of three door bars on driver side with vertical bracing from top to bottom. Cage must be securely attached to the frame in a safe and secure manner. Front and rear bars are recommended. Track has final say in anything safety related. You must have a racing seat, helmet, fire suit and gloves and they must be in date. Car must have a fire extinguisher and a master shut-off switch.

10. Engine – No Variable valve timing engines. 2.2 max engine size. Stock unaltered four-cylinder engine only. No high-performance engines or parts. No turbo chargers or nitrous. Engine must remain absolutely stock. (no excessive shaving of the heads or block) No aftermarket or reground factory camshafts or gears. No racing valves or valve springs- no performance valve jobs- no shims under valve springs. Your engine must remain unaltered and within factory specs with the exception that it may be bored up to 60 over with stock replacement pistons and rods. No high-performance pistons or rods. Must be for the make and model of your engine. No lightening of any engine parts. No aftermarket bolts or head studs. Stock fuel system only. Fuel injectors for your make and model only. Intake and throttle body must be for the correct make and model of your engine and unaltered. Factory headers will be allowed, no aftermarket headers. Factory headers or manifolds must be unaltered. No racing or performance mufflers. Must have factory steel flywheel and cannot be lightened. Must have stock replacement clutch, no racing clutch or pressure plates. Transmission can be welded/locked. No lightening or altering gears. Must have all working gears, ignition system must be stock. No aftermarket, high-performance coils, plug wires etc. Computer must remain stock, no chipped or tuned computers.

11. Weight Rules – Weight of your car will be determined by factory horsepower rating. Example 140 horsepower or below 2100 lbs, 140 horsepower or above 2200 lbs. There will be a weight break of 25 lbs for a full containment seat or Hans device. 25 lbs for one only not both.
Any 2.2 engines that are bored must add an additional 100 lb weight penalty. Weight must be posted on the hood of your car on both sides.

12. Suspension – Only stock suspension parts allowed. Drilling or cutting of the suspension parts for camber is ok. Safety hubs ok. Car may be lowered with stock parts only. No adjustable coil overs. Stock shock location only. Cannot move where shocks/struts mount to the car. No adjustable shocks.

13. Brakes – Must have functional OEM front brakes. Rear brakes may be removed. No bias adjusters or shut offs allowed. No traction control of any kind will be allowed.

14. Wheels And Tires – All wheels must be the same size and offset. 7 inch racing wheels are permitted – Tires must have DOT stamp and be legal for highway use. The wheels cannot protrude past the car body. No performance tires, no softening of tires. Track reserves the right to disallow any tire from competition. Bead locks permitted on right side only.

15. Claim Rules – Computer buy rule – $150.00 / Engine buy rule – $1,000. If your motor or computer is claimed, you have the option to buy back. Motor buy back is $800 and computer buy back is $150.

Top five only allowed to buy; Fifth place has first choice. Refusing to sell will result in a one-week suspension. If you return after 1 week suspension and someone wants to buy your motor again and you refuse, you will not be allowed to race at the track for the remainder of the year.

Track has final say in all protests. All Extreme 4 drivers, car owners, and crews will conduct themselves in a respectful manner. Any after race altercations between drivers, car owners, or crews will result in disqualification, second offense will result in a one month suspension.

2019 4 Cylinder Rules

Will follow MMSA Rules.  Rules can be found at http://www.mmsastock4.com

2019 602 Rules

ENGINE RULES:
1. CHEVROLET PERFORMANCE PART NUMBER 88958602/19258602
2. THE SEALED ENGINES MUST REMAIN INTACT AND NOT BE TAMPERED WITH. ANYONE RUNNING A RESEALED ENGINE WILL BE REQUIRED TO CARRY A PENALTY OF 50 POUNDS
25 WILL BE REQUIRED TO BE IN FRONT OF THE RACK AND THE OTHER 25 WILL BE REQUIRED TO ANY WHERE ON THE CAR. THIS CAN AND WILL BE TAKEN OFF AND WEIGHED.
3. NO CHANGES ARE ALLOWED TO THE ENGINE – INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO INTAKE MANIFOLD, HEADS, VALVE COVERS, FRONT COVER, OIL PAN, HARMONIC BALANCER, OR ANY OTHER PART/OR PARTS ON/OR IN
4. NO VACUUM PUMPS
5. ALL CRATE ENGINES MUST REMAIN STOCK AS THEY CAME SEALED FROM THE FACTORY. CRATE ENGINES MUST NOT BE ALTERED, MODIFIED, OR CHANGED FROM FACTORY SPECS

CARBURETOR RULES:
1: ONE 650 4 BARRELL CARBURETOR
2: ENGINE MUST BE NATURALLY ASPIRATED
3: MAY USE ONE 1 INCH, ONE PIECE, CARBURETOR SPACER (.040 TOLERANCE MAXIMUM) AND TWO STANDARD PAPER GASKETS (MAXIMUM 0.070 INCH THICK); ONE GASKET BETWEEN INTAKE TO SPACER AND ONE GASKET BETWEEN SPACER TO CARBURETOR
4: WILL BE CHECKED WITH THE GO NO GO GAUGES. DISTRIBUTOR RULE:
1. MSD IGNITION SYSTEM. NO CRANK TRIGGER, DISTRIBUTORLESS MULTI-COIL,
OR MAGNETO IGNITION SYSTEM, 6AL OR 6ALN IS ONLY IGNITION BOX ALLOWED. MUST BE ABLE TO PLUG CHIP IN BOX AND MUST RUN NO MORE THAN A 6300 CHIP
2. NO ELECTRONIC TRACTION CONTROL DEVICE
3. CAN RUN HEI TYPE DISTRIBUTOR BUT MUST HAVE SOFT TOUCH BOX WITH 6300 CHIP.
4. IF YOUR CAR HAS TWO MSD BOXES IT MUST HAVE A 6300 CHIP IN EACH BOX NO MATTER WHAT.

STARTER RULE:

1. ALL CARS MUST HAVE WORKING STARTER

EXHAUST RULES:

1. COLLECTOR TYPE HEADERS REQUIRED. MUST HAVE FOUR (4) TUBES INTO ONE (1) COLLECTOR OF A CONSISTENT DIAMETER
2. MUFFLERS NOT REQUIRED UNLESS TRACK MANDATED. IF/WHEN MANDATED: MUFFLERS MUST HAVE SOME TYPE OF INTERNAL NOISE DAMPENING CHARACTERISTICS (BAFFLES, EXTRUDED HOLES, SCREEN, CHAMBERED, ETC.) MUFFLERS MUST MEET LOCAL SPEEDWAY’S NOISE DECIBEL REQUIREMENTS. EXTERNAL MUFFLERS ONLY.
3. NO TRI-Y HEADERS, NO STAINLESS
4. IF MUFFLERS ARE WELDED TO HEADERS THAT IS ONE PIECE AND MUFFLERS GOES WITH THE HEADERS IF THEY ARE BOLTED TOGETHER YOU CAN KEEP THE MUFFLERS.
5: MUFFLERS MANDATORY

FUEL:
1: MAXIMUM 110 OCTANE RACING FUEL OR 93 PUMP GAS. NOT A MIXTURE OF THESE. IF CLAIMING 93 PUMP GAS WE WILL USE THE STYROFOAM CUP TEST ONLY. IF CLAIMING 110 RACING FUEL IT WILL BE SENT TO A LAB {NO ADDITIVES AND NO OXYGENATED FUEL}
SUSPENSION:
1. LATE MODEL SUSPENSIONS ONLY. NO SPRING LOADED OR SHOCK TYPE 4 BAR RODS. ONLY
STANDARD SOLID BAR 4 BAR RODS. NO TORSION BAR FRONT OR REAR SUSPENSION. SWAY BAR OK
2. ONE (1) COIL SPRING PER WHEEL HELPER SPRING OK. NO BUMP STOPS. NO STACK SPRINGS ON ANY CORNER INCLUDING 5TH COIL. NO OTHER BUMP STOPS OF ANY KIND.

3.WE WILL BE GOING BY THE NEW DROOP RULE THAT THE SOUTHERN NATIONALS SERIES OF RAY COOK WILL BE USING. RULES AS FOLLOWS

1A. 13 INCH MAX HEIGHT ON FRONT NOSE PIECE OF CAR (RF CORNER)
2A. NO DROOP LIMTERS PERMITTED: CHAIN ONLY
3A.PRE RACE TECH HEIGHT MUST BE BETWEEN 37” AND 39” (NO TOLLERANCE) T-BAR MUST
BE STRAIGHT
4A. POST RACE TECH MUST BE NO HIGHER THAN 47” (1/2 INCH TOLLERANCE)
5A. LEFT REAR TIRE WILL BE ADJUSTED TO 6 POUNDS OF AIR
6A. CAR WILL BE MEASURED WITH THE LEFT REAR JACKED UP (BEHIND THE AXEL TUBE
UNDER THE UNDER SWUNG) IN THE AIR UNTIL THE LEFT REAR WILL TURN FORWARD
AND BACKWARD
7A. CAR MUST HAVE A FRAME (UNDERSWUNG) ON THE LR BETWEEN THE BELL OF THE
REAREND AND THE BIRDCAGE WITH A JACKPEG OR WEIGHT CLAMP BOLTED ON FOR
THE JACK TO LIFT THE CAR
8A. CHAIN MUST BE TIGHT WHEN THE CAR IS JACKED UP FOR INSPECTION

NOTE: IF T-BAR IS BENT INSPECTOR WIILL USE A STRAIGHT EDGE ACROSS BACK OF CAR TO
MAKE THE BEST CALL. IF CAR DOES NOT HAVE UNDER SWUNG BAR TECH WILL USE
BEST JUDGEMENT TO TECH.
SHOCKS:

1. OIL SHOCKS (SPLIT VALVE PERMITTED) OR GAS SHOCKS PERMITTED. NON ADJUSTABLE/ NON CANISTER ONLY. NO AIR SHOCKS ALLOWED
2. ONE SHOCK PER CORNER EXCEPT LEFT REAR. YOU MAY RUN A DRIVE SHOCK.

TRANSMISSION:

1. FIRST GEN STYLE BERT-BRINN-FALCON TRANSMISSIONS ALLOWED. ONE SHIFTER TRANSMISSIONS ARE SUBJECT TO A WEIGHT PENALTY
2. NO STRAIGHT DRIVES OR IN AND OUT BOXES.
3. IF RUNNING BALL SPLINE TRANSMISSION CARBON FIBER DRIVESHAFT MANDATORY.

DRIVESHAFT:

1. CARBON FIBER ALLOWED AND RECOMMENDED FOR SAFETY.

REAREND:

1.STANDARD QUICK CHANGEREAR END PERMITTED. NO TITANIUM OR EXOTIC MATERIALS AXELS, SPOOLS, GEARS, OR OTHER MATERIALS INSIDE REAR END. NO SMALL TIGER REAR ENDS.

BRAKE RULES:

1. STEEL BRAKE ROTORS ONLY. NO CARBON FIBER BRAKES. NO TITANIUM BRAKES OR OTHER EXOTIC MATERIAL BRAKE SYSTEMS

TIRES:
1. HOOSIER 1350 SPEC. MAY CUT EXISTING GROOVES ONLY. NO SIPING
2. NO CHEMICALS

CHASSIS:
1. 2013 OR OLDER RECOMMENDED. ANY CAR 2014 OR NEWER WILL HAVE A 50 POUND WEIGHT PENALTY ADDED TO THE TOTAL WEIGHT OF CAR. THIS IS AN ECONOMICAL CLASS SO LET’S KEEP IT THAT WAY. IF NEWER CARS START COMING THE SERIES/TRACK HAS THE RIGHT TO ADD MORE WEIGHT FOR EACH YEAR NEWER OF CAR

BODY:

1. MUST FOLLOW FASTRACK BODY RULES
*NO REAR MOUNT POWER STEERING OR REAR MOUNT FUEL PUMP. WEIGHT SUBJECT TO BE ADDED

WEIGHT:
1. BASE WEIGHT IS 2425
2. CONTAINMENT SEAT OR NECK RESTRAINT GETS 25 POUND WITH BREAK BUT NOT BOTH.
3. IF CLAIMING HANS DEVICE, YOU MUST BE WEARING IT WHEN YOU CROSS THE SCALES.
4. ALL WEIGHT BREAKS AND PENALTIES MUST BE CLAIMED ON CAR

Hobby Rules:
Frame & Chassis:
A. Automotive frames permitted
B. Automotive snout must include: cross member, spring pockets, horns, and attaching rail as one complete unit as it was assembled at the factory. May trim spring pockets for clearance of racing springs and spring buckets.
C. Wheelbase of 103” on snout frames or stock for make and model on stock frame
Suspension:
A. Coil over springs permitted.
B. Jack bolts, racing springs, and racing shock permitted (4” min. spring.)
C. Racing leaf springs permitted – steel or fiberglass on rear (one type only)
D. Bottom A-Frame must be stock – no shortening or lengthening allowed
E. Top A-Frame may be tubular, but only be adjustable at the mounting plates to frame
F. Any GM or Ford spindle or racing spindle permitted
G. Front spring pockets must be in original location
H. No 5th coils. Air shock permitted
I. Lift bars permitted. Fiberglass/ pan hard bar/ solid rubber biscuit permitted
J. Coil over eliminators permitted
K. 3-link hook up/ no 4 link hook-ups.
L. Split valve steel shocks permitted (steel or aluminum)
M. No gas shocks permitted
Steering:
A. Rack and pinion permitted
B. Power steering permitted

1. Number 1 spark plug of Chevrolet must be no more than 6” to the center of top ball
joint
2. Number 1 spark plug of Ford “302” & “351” must be no more than 4” to the center of top ball joint
Heads:
A. Cast iron ONLY
B. Straight plug heads or angle plug heads permitted
C. Vortec or 300lbs heads permitted
D. Approved stock replacement heads permitted
E. Double springs
F. Roller rockers permitted. No shaft rockers
G. Screw in studs and guide plates permitted
H. Stud girdles permitted
I. No more than three angle valve job
J. No porting, polishing, or port matching
Intake:
A. Aluminum intake permitted
B. Single carburetor type only
C. No porting, polishing, or port matching
D. No homemade intakes allowed
Carburetor:
A. Only Holly four barrel only, no more than 750cfm permitted
B. H.P. carburetor permitted. No special production
C. No matching, porting, or polishing
D. Choke housing may be removed cut must be consistent with top ring of carburetor
E. 1” carburetor spacers allowed
F. Maximum of two .060 gaskets allowed
Headers:
A. Any type permitted, but must run parallel to ground
B. Mufflers required
Rear End:
A. Stock type rear end or equivalent
B. May be locked
C. Quick-change rear ends permitted
Transmission:
A. OEM standard production 3 or 4 speed permitted
B. Mus have 1 forward and 1 backward gear
C. Bert or Brinn permitted

Body:
A. Ultimate, SAS, SESS, Fastrak, rules apply
Bumpers:
A. Must be track approved
B. No sharp or exploded edges
C. Bracing permitted
Engine:
A. 362 cubic inches maximum
B. Flat top pistons
C. Any hydraulic or solid lift cam permitted, no roller cams
D. Lifter valley may be polished
E. Headers permitted, exhaust must exit parallel to ground
F. Any stock, steel, or cast crankshaft permitted, stock stroke for motor
G. Stock appearing rods permitted, no H-beam, or billet rods permitted 6.0” maximum
H. Any wet sump oil pan permitted, internal pump only
I. Engine may be balanced, crankshaft must appear stock except for drilling or welding for balancing
J. No ground or knife-edge counter weights permitted
K. Sealed crate 602 allowed
Engine Placement:
3. Engine and drive line must be in center of car, half the distance of the ball joints
Flywheel and clutch:
A. Z-28 flywheel permitted
B. Little Clutch permitted
Ignition:
A. Factory electronic or HEI. MSD OK
B. Coil permitted
C. Add-on boxes and rev-limiters legal

Wheels:
A. Bead lock permitted
B. 14 inch wheel maximum
C. Steel and aluminum wheel allowed
Tires:
A. Hoosier 1350 spec. Grooving allowed no siping. No softening
Weight:
A. 2600 lbs.
B. 25lbs Weight break for full containment seat, or head/neck restraint
Numbers:
A. Must be 18” high and on each door
B. Must be visible and legible from scoring tower
Protest: THERE WILL BE A $1000 PROTEST ON A CRATE ENGINE. IN THIS EVENT IF IT IS A GM SEALED ENGINE THE ENGINE BUILDER WILL PROVIDE SEALS TO RESEAL THIS ENGINE AND THE WEIGHT PENALTY WILL NOT BE ADDED AS LONG AS THE ENGINE IS DECLARED LEGAL. $800 WILL GO TO THE ONE PROTESTED $200 WILL GO TO THE TRACK
THERE WILL BE A $3,800 CLAIM RULE ON A CRATE ENGINE. IF YOU CLAIM THIS ENGINE YOU ARE NOW RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS ENGINE. Must have a sealed engine to claim a sealed engine. If motor was claimed, you have the option to reverse claim for $3,500
$350 CLAIM RULE ON HEADERS.
THERE IS A $200 BUY RULE PER SHOCK. ALSO YOU CAN ADD $125 AND BUY THE SPRING AND COIL OVER KIT. MUST BE IN THE TOP 5 TO BUY. IF YOU REFUSE ANY CLAIM YOU WILL BE DISQUALIFIED AND LOSE ALL POINTS AND SUBJECT TO SUSPENSION AND/OR FINE THAT NIGHT. IF THE SHOCK THAT IS BEING CLAIMED HAS A HELPER SPRING YOU CAN PAY AN ADDITIONAL $75 TO GET COMPLETE UNIT OR THE HELPER SPRING CAN BE REMOVED FOR ORIGINAL PRICE. THIS PROCESS WILL BE WATCHED BY TECH MAN AND THE PERSON BUYING THE SHOCK.

TIRE PROTEST IS $125 PER TIRE AND WILL BE SENT TO A LAB FOR RESULTS. LAB RESULTS ARE FINAL. ACCEPTANCE FEE IS $125 WHETHER ONE TIRE OR FOUR. WE WILL CUT TIRE AND TAKE THREE SAMPLES FROM EACH TIRE TO SEND OFF. IF TIRE SAMPLE COMES BACK WRONG YOU WILL LOSE YOUR MONEY AND POINTS FROM THAT RACE AND YOUR ACCEPTANCE FEE MONEY.

2019 Limited Late Model

Traction Control Devices:
1. All electronic and/or computerized wheel spin and/or ignition retardation and/or acceleration limiting and/or traction control devices of any type will not be permitted.
2. Adjustable ping control devices, dial a chip controls, timing controls and/or automated throttle controls will not be permitted.
3. Adjustable restrictor plates will not be permitted.
4. Remote control components of any-type will not be permitted.
5. Electronic devices designed for transmitting voice and/or data will not be permitted by anyone
6. Data acquisition systems and/or electronic or digital timing devices will not be permitted.
7. Raceceviers are required at all SLMSS events. The frequency will be announced during the driver’s meeting.
RESTARTS:
All restarts will be a double-file after the completion of the first lap of competition in any race, until 10 laps to go in the feature event. In all restarts lead lap cars will move to the front with lap down cars moving to the tail end of the field.
BODY:
A. ANY JIG OR CLIP CAR
B. Southern All Stars / Lucas Oil
C. ALL NON-APPROVED BODIES WILL BE ASSESSED WITH A MINIMUM OF 50 LB WEIGHT PENALTY.
ROLL CAGE:
A. ALL race cars MUST have boxed roll cage with 1 1/2 O.D. X 083 MIN.
B. MUST have 3 bars in the left door and 2 bars in the right door.
TIRES:
A. HOOSIER “1350” SPEC TIRE ONLY
B. Cutting/Grooving is permitted. There WILL NOT be weight penalty for Cutting/Grooving.
C. Nothing softer than a {Hoosier 1350} permitted!
TIRES: (CRATE CARS ONLY WITH SEALED “602” OR “604”)
A. May run Southeastern Late Model Sportsman Series Tire rule.
B. “602” May run {Hoosier- F.200} on all (4) corners.
C. “604” May run {Hoosier- F 200} on (3) corners. Must run {Hoosier 1350 or harder on right rear.
SPOILER:
A. 8″ height and 72” width
B. GM 602 and 604 CRATE engine may run a 12″ spoiler with a 150 lb. weight break.
C. No more than 3 spoiler supports may be used.
WHEELS:
A. ONLY aluminum or steel wheels permitted for competition. The maximum wheel width is 14″.
WHEELBASE:
A. 103 SIDE TO SIDE (1” VARIANCE)
FUEL:
A. RACING FUEL IS PERMITTED.
B. NO Alcohol, Ethanol, Methanol, Nitrous Oxide, Propylene Oxide or chemical additives!!
TRANSMISSION:
A. BERT and BRINN transmissions allowed.
B. ANY TYPE OF CLUTCH IS PERMITTED.
C. MUST have forward, reverse and equipped with a working self-starter. Direct Drive systems, of any kind, WILL NOT be permitted!!

CARBURETOR:
A. ONE FOUR BARREL is PERMITTED.
B. DOMINATOR CARBURETORS ARE NOT PERMITTED.
ENGINE:
A. 365 CUBIC INCHES MAXIMUM
B. CAST IRON BLOCK
C. HIGH PERFORMANCE CAM SHAFTS PERMITTED
D. ANY HYDRAULIC CAM PERMITTED
E. ROLLER CAM PERMITTED (MUST ADD 50 LBS)
F. ANY WET OIL PANS PERMITTED.
G. BALANCING PERMITTED.
H. ENGINE MAY BE CROSSED FROM ONE MANUFACTURER TO ANOTHER.
I. DRY SUMP PERMITTED.
J. FORD (S374) SEALED RACING ENGINE IS PERMITTED.
K. GM PERFORMANCE (CT525-376 Cubic Inch) SEALED RACE ENGINE IS PERMITTED.
ENGINE PLACEMENT:
A. ENGINE MUST NOT BE MORE THAN 2″ FROM CENTER OF FRAME RAIL.
B. ENGINE SETBACK WILL BE 6″ CENTER OF TOP BALL JOINT TO MOST FORWARD SPARK PLUG. (1/2” VARIANCE)
C. (CT525-376 Cubic Inch-Tolerance will be allowed).
HEADS:
A. (NO CC LIMIT) on cast iron heads. (Cast iron ONLY).
B. High Performance valve springs & retainers permitted.
C. Titanium retainers are permitted.
D. Needle bearing rocker arms are permitted.
E. CHEVY 23 DEGREE HEADS ONLY. ANGLE HEADS PERMITTED.
F. Screw in studs & guide plates are permitted.
G. 10 degree Ford heads permitted. (MUST ADD 50 LBS)
H. National late model sportsman Spec Heads permitted.
I. PORTING & POLISHING PERMITTED ON STEEL HEADS ONLY (NO Extra
Weight Required)
J. BRODIX HEADS PERMITTED.
The following part numbers ONLY:
FORD PART #(SPFO)
MOPAR PART #(SPMO)
CHEVY PART #(SPCH)
CHEVY PART #(SURP) (MUST ADD 60 LBS.)
INTAKE MANIFOLD:
A. ALUMINUM INTAKE PERMITTED.
WEIGHT RULE:
A. BASE WEIGHT 2400 lbs
B. 1 LB PER LAP BURN OFF
C. GM 602 CRATE (150 LBS weight break)
D. GM 604 CRATE (150 LBS weight break)
E. CT525 (2400 LBS) with 75lbs in front of motor plate 25/25/25
(SUMMARY OF RULES FOR STEEL HEAD AND ALUMINUM SPEC HEAD ENGINE RULES)
(ANY FORM OF GETTING TO 365 OR LESS IS OK)
If the driver claims Port Polish dry sump and roller, it is easy for Tech Inspector of said car makes weight.

In most cases the Tech Inspector can check these visibly, even the roller can be seen from oil returns in head.
If for some reason Tech Inspector is unable to see, the intake may have to be removed.
THE CT525 ENGINE…THE TECH INSPECTOR CAN CHECK VALVE SPRINGS & CUBIC INCH ONLY

2019 Young Gun Rules

• MMSA rules with stock DOT Tires.  http://mmsastock4.com
• No driver over 18
• Track has right to move any driver up at anytime

These rules should make it easy to transition up to the MMSA 4 Cylinder

Any driver who starts a main event in an upper division will not be allowed to run young guns class.