Track Rules

Track Rules

Cordova International Raceway

2021 Track & Bracket Rules

(in addition to general rules in the IHRA Rulebook)

It is the goal of Cordova International Raceway to be consistent and fair to all competitors. Please direct questions or comments to the appropriate track personnel.

General Rules

GR-1      IHRA rules are the basic and minimum standard for safety and competition. CIR track and class rules compliment these, and in some cases, supersede. See the current IHRA rulebook and direct any questions to Management and/or the Race Director. We strive to promote fair competition & the enjoyment of Drag Racing.

Competition Rules:

CR-2       If you have no dial-in on your car, you will be dialed the same as your opponent. Exceptions may be made at the sole discretion of the Race Director, based on circumstances. Their decision is final.

CR-3       Do not stage until the main scoreboard indicates your correct dial-in. All drivers, by staging their vehicles, will automatically indicate to the tower that they accept their dial-in on the display board. Please check to see it is correct before you stage!! Re-runs WILL NOT be granted for an incorrect dial-in, if in doubt, ask the starter to verify your dial-in before you pre-stage.

CR-4       Your dial-in must be displayed before crossing the dial-in line. The dial-in line is the head of staging.

R-5         Auto-start will be used in all classes. Movement of a “staged” vehicle after the tree is armed, will result in a red-light foul, even though it may occur before the tree counts-down. Also called a “shallow-stage red” it is not grounds for protest or re-run. Consult the Race Director with questions on the Auto-Start system.

CR-6       A vehicle must leave the starting line forward under its own power, to be eligible for a win.

CR-7       You cannot enter two drivers in one vehicle in any CIR points class, or in one bracket class. You may not switch drivers once eliminations have begun. You must finish eliminations with the vehicle you started with.

CR-8       One driver cannot have more than one vehicle in the same points bracket class. At certain non-points races it is permitted to enter one car on both sides of the eliminator. In these cases, the entry must conform to the tech rules of each class when it is presented in the lanes. Delay boxes must be removed from the car in all no-box classes.

CR-9       You may enter more than one points class. However, the driver is responsible for being on time for the appropriate bracket. Please see the CIR Points Policy for more information on this rule. Please have the correct car number on your car for points purposes.

Race Procedures

RP-10    At CIR tow vehicles will be permitted with vehicles running faster than 9.99, all bikes and Jr Dragsters. A driver must stay with the tow vehicle. You must register your tow vehicle with the front gate the cost for a registration sticker is $10.00.

RP-11    Stay with your vehicle in the staging lanes.

RP-12    In case of vehicle malfunction-please move your vehicle off the lane of rubber and next to the concrete barrier. An oil down costs us time and money.

RP-13    In money rounds-when a driver breaks after having won the round and cannot make the next round-driver will be paid the next round loser pay. You MUST let the timing tower know as well. This is for payout purposes.

RP-14    Please retain your time ticket for the last round you ran, you may need it for verification. Racer payout will be done at the base of the tower. All payout needs to be picked up by the next race weekend or call the office to make arrangements. Payout window closes 10 minutes after the completion of any race.

RP-15    If the official time or race results need to be checked, please check with the Race Director for the event. CIR reserves the right to confirm or overturn a race result based on recorded video or eyewitness account. All Race Director decisions are final.

RP-16    All Protests, appeals, and complaints must be made through the Race Director. Filing a protest during an event does not disqualify any entry until that entry is proven to be illegal by CIR or IHRA officials. IHRA rulebook procedures will be followed in all classes of protest, and in all instances no other entries will be reinstated based on the outcome of said protest. The “break rule” is not practiced in any class within IHRA.

RP-17    During competition events, time runs are called by class when called by the announcer. Extra time runs before eliminations are not allowed unless specifically approved by the Race Director. Exceptions may be made by the Race Director only. The Race Director may grant one time run in such cases, provided a hardship exists, and it is the start of eliminations. Extra time runs after eliminations have started, for a vehicle that is NOT in competition, may be granted by sole discretion of the Race Director. The Race Director’s decision is FINAL.

Safety:

NOTICE: It is the responsibility of the participant, not IHRA or any track representative, to ensure that all safety equipment is approved and is correctly installed, worn, maintained, and used.

S-18       All vehicles must pass tech inspection before making any runs. A vehicle may be reexamined by tech or track officials at any time, for any reason. Random inspections of vehicles will be conducted during the event. If chosen, you must report to the tech inspector without delay. You may NOT “pit” first.

S-19       You must wear an approved (Snell SN 2005) helmet to go 13.99 1/4 mile or 8.59 1/8th mile or quicker. No passengers under the age of 16 years of age, faster than 14.00, or during eliminations.

S-20       All motorcycle riders and open wheel drivers must have a helmet visor lowered in place when leaving the starting line. Failure to have the visor lowered will result in disqualification as determined by the Race Director. That decision is FINAL.

Credentials:

C-21       If you go quicker than 9.99 quarter mile/6.49 eighth mile you must make licensing passes & purchase an IHRA license as required by IHRA rules. Chassis Certification is mandatory on all entries 9.00 or quicker in the 1/4 mile or 6.00 in the 1/8 mile and other ET’s apply by class. See 2021 IHRA Rules and General Regulation.

C-22       All racers must have valid state drivers license and/or IHRA competition license by ET.

C-23       Keep admission tickets/receipts or race credentials with you during all events. All overnight campers must purchase full event tickets or race credentials upon arrival. A camping permit will be issued and must be displayed in full view for security. The TICKET, RECEIPT, or CREDENTIAL is your Rain check.

ALL BRACKET COMPETITORS ALL CLASSES

  1. All decisions of the Race Director are final.
  2. All safety and tech rules published in the IHRA Rule book apply by ET class. Please consult Race Director with any questions.
  3. IHRA chassis certification is required on any entry faster than 9.00 1/4 mile or 6.00 1/8 mile. See IHRA rules.
  4. Functional tail lamp required on all entries. Strobe or other unapproved tail lamps prohibited. Tail lamps will be checked.
  5. Timed ignition interruption devices (stutter boxes) prohibited in all classes.
  6. Delay boxes: The Tachometer or any RPM function are prohibited from interaction with the delay device or its related accessories. IHRA has a list of approved delay boxes for competition. See current rulebook for details.
  7. Delay boxes are allowed in Top Eliminator
  8. 2-steps prohibited in Sportsman
  9. Data recorders that are pro-active to the operation of a vehicle are prohibited in ALL no-box classes. Wiring from tachometer to any delay device is prohibited. Other electronics may be prohibited by class. If in doubt, ask.
  10. Also prohibited in all classes: Any electronic device used to determine down-track position; Any device that employs a timer, counter, or signal generator to determine down-track position; Any type of line sensor for either start or finish; Any telemetry device capable of communicating vehicle data during a run, Any wheel pickup sensing devices: Any unconventional uses or applications of legal devices that would render them illegal under IHRA or CIR rules. See General Regulations.
  11. An IHRA membership and/or license is required for all classes to run the Kamper Korner bracket points and at Bracket Team Finals. The rules for the IHRA Bracket Finals may vary from our track rules – refer to 2021 IHRA rule book for clarifications.
  12. MANDATORY at Cordova International Raceway that all race entries that run 10.99 in the ¼ mile, or 6.99 or quicker in the 1/8th mile, must use an approved IHRA or NHRA engine diaper or an approved belly pan to race. This is to maintain racer and track safety for all participants.
  13. Per IHRA rules, vehicles that run faster than 150 mph in ¼ mile and 125 mph in the 1/8th must have a functional parachute. Flagrant disregard of safety by not having an operational parachute is grounds for dispensary action, fines, or suspension. All drivers should deploy their parachute frequently to assure it will function properly. Any driver exceeding posted speeds should use good judgement and deploy chutes, unless the deployment itself would create an endangering situation. See General Regulations.
  14. Computers prohibited, unless original OEM device. Certain ignition control systems are prohibited from competition. Any aftermarket ignition or engine control system that utilizes a programmable EEPROM; or can activate a compensation command based on down track data; or executes a command based on input from any sensor besides a tachometer, is prohibited in all classes except Top ET. See General Regulations.
  15. Mirrors: only OEM type/style mirrors, mounted in conventional fashion permitted.

Bracket classes at Cordova International Raceway

Top Eliminator (car or bike) 0-11.49 1/4 mile or 0-7.35 1/8 mile

  1. All rules subject to IHRA Rulebook.
  2. IHRA approved Delay boxes permitted. Trans scatter shield, SFI jacket, pants, Helmet Snell 2005 or better, balancer etc. apply as per IHRA tech rules. Any entry that exceeds 9.00 in 1/4 or 6.00 in 1/8 must have a valid IHRA Chassis Certification.
  3. Trans shield meeting SFI 4.1 mandatory on all entries.
  4. Computers (unless OEM), and Stutter Boxes are prohibited.
  5. Trans brake, Four-wheel line loc, automated shifter, throttle control, starting line and/or “high side” rev limiters permitted.
  6. Ethylene Glycol anti-freeze is prohibited in all entries. Use of “water wetter” or similar coolant additive with water is allowed.
  7. All switches and/or buttons must be standard mechanical connection type. Infrared lasers, retinal scan, fingerprint, light source, and any other non-mechanical types are prohibited.
  8. During eliminations, the dial-in of a vehicle must be posted in plain sight, before that vehicle crosses the dial-in line. This is your responsibility. Make sure you have the correct dial-in. Any attempt to conceal a dial-in MAY result in a “no dial” heads-up race. No dial can be changed or posted after the vehicle crosses the dial-in line at the head of staging. Upon crossing the line, you have accepted your dial-in. Dial-in must be legible on the vehicle. Dial-in cannot be relayed to starter.
  9. Motorcycles: Full-face Snell M2005 or better helmets, leather jackets, leather gloves and ankle high leather boots or shoes required. Also, full leathers and eject-kill switches required on bikes faster than 11.00 ET.
  10. Any vehicle that is NOT running a delay box for crosstalk, must have legible “N” on your vehicle BY THE DIAL-IN. The “N” will represent “No Crosstalk.”

Modified (Car or Bike) 0-13.99 1/4 mile or 0-8.99 1/8 mile

  1. Delay boxes prohibited and MUST be removed from the car or bike. Use of a delay box will result in disciplinary action, up to permanent suspension. Protest procedures are outlined in the current IHRA rulebook, which will be the ultimate authority in any such protest.
  2. Trans brakes and line-locs on 4 wheels are allowed. Trans brake wiring must be visible, per IHRA rules.
  3. Tachometers with playback and shift light permitted. Printing tachometers prohibited.
  4. Shifters – mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, automated shifters, and electrical shifters are permitted.
  5. Ethylene Glycol anti-freeze is prohibited in all entries, use of “water wetter” or similar coolant additive with water is allowed.
  6. Use of SFI jacket, Helmet Snell 2005 or better, driver safety equipment, SFI balancer, axle retention devices, drive shaft loops, etc. Apply to all classes per IHRA tech rules by ET.
  7. Computers (unless OEM), data recorders Permitted. See General Regulations.
  8. During eliminations, the dial-in of a vehicle must be posted in plain sight, before that vehicle crosses the dial-in line. This is your responsibility. Make sure you have the correct dial-in. Any attempt to conceal a dial-in MAY result in a “no dial” heads-up race. No dial can be changed or posted after the vehicle crosses the dial-in line at the head of staging. Upon crossing the line, you have accepted your dial-in. Dial-in must be legible on the vehicle. Dial -in cannot be relayed to starter.
  9. Motorcycles: Full-face Snell M2005 or better helmets, leather jackets, leather gloves and ankle high leather boots or shoes required. Also, full leathers and eject-kill switches required on bikes faster than 11.00 ET.

Sportsman class (full bodied entries only) 12.00 and slower 1/4 mile 7.50 and slower 1/8 mile

  1. Data recorders prohibited
  2. Automated shifter: Prohibited unless OEM
  3. Delay boxes, Trans brakes, 4-wheel line locks prohibited. Two-wheel line locks permitted on non-drive wheels only.
  4. Ignition: Stutter boxes prohibited. Single stage (high side only) rev limiters permitted. Starting line rev limiters prohibited. Two step rev limiters prohibited, any other rpm limiting devices installed so as to function as a down-track rpm controller prohibited.
  5. Switches & buttons: All switches and/or buttons must be standard mechanical connection type.
  6. Throttle control: Throttle must be manually operated by the driver’s foot. Electronics, pneumatics, hydraulics, or any other device may in no way affect the throttle operation. A fixed stop under carburetor or gas pedal is permitted. Throttle timers, staging controllers and counters prohibited.
  7. Open exhaust headers and racing slicks permitted.

High School Points series 12.00 & slower

  1. For other high school races, drivers of entries faster than 12.00 must demonstrate proficiency with the vehicle or hold an IHRA competition license. No delay boxes or trans-brakes allowed. As a safety consideration, all entries must be capable of running 60 mph trap speeds.
  2. Bodied vehicles only, no dragsters or open wheel cars, or motorcycles.

Trophy (any dial)

  1. All safety rules apply by ET.
  2. Motorcycles may run with cars
  3. Due to the wide variety of vehicle combinations, all entries must pass tech as being safe and suitable for competition.
  4. NO CROSS TALK will be utilized.

Junior Dragster

  1. All IHRA rules in affect (see IHRA Rule Book)
  2. Maximum competition length – 1/8 mile
  3. Staging lanes allow only the Junior Dragster drivers. All other persons under the age of 14 must be in a vehicle or out of the restricted staging lanes area.
  4. After initial burnout, competitor may be pulled back ONE time prior to reaching the ready line, by the starter only, or at the discretion of the starter.
  5. Staging procedure-All junior dragsters must stage under their own power. If a junior accidentally goes in deep, they should lift their hands to indicate a re-stage. Only a track official can pull them back and the driver.
  6. No WD-40 or similar tire dressing can be applied in the staging lanes or on paved roads.
  7. First round bye runs for Juniors are given based off the best reaction time from the qualifying. Reaction time challenge will not be used as a qualifying session in the event of a 1 time run and go.
  8. ALL JUNIORS: Must obey all hand signals of the safety crew. All Junior vehicles MUST be towed back to their pit spots. No junior is allowed to pass the STOP sign for any reason. All new Juniors must see the safety crew before they race for the day.

Novice Junior – IHRA Jr Drag Membership & Competition license required

  • It is open to any driver 7-9 years old or driver with less than 2 years racing experience.
  • Must dial & run 11.90 ET or slower during eliminations. Any novice driver who runs 11.70 or faster will be subject to penalty, up to suspension of their license.
  • Must have letter “N” on the car to signify Novice.
  • A Novice racer may move up to Super Junior at any time during the season, but they must stay there. (No moving between classifications) Points will not move with you.
  • 50 or quicker is automatic DQ

Super Junior – IHRA Jr Drag Membership & Competition license required

  • It is open to any driver 10-17 years old. Driver can only dial down to 8.90 until they have one-year experience. Once the driver has shown documentation with the one-year experience they can dial down to 7.90.
  • ET limitations and licensing within IHRA rules.
  • 70 or quicker is an automatic DQ

Elite Junior— IHRA Jr Drag Membership & Competition license Required

  • Exclusive to drivers 16-17 years of age
  • Elapsed time restrictions between 7.50-7.90
  • Maximum speed is 90mph
  • Must have vehicles meeting all the requirements for master’s level, licensing in addition to the following safety measures:
  1. Chassis must be constructed of chromoly tubing and incorporate helmet bars with SFI 45.1 or 45.2 padding on the roll cage.
  2. All competitors utilize an SFI 38.1 head and neck restraint system
  3. All ELITE license holders must have a rear wing
  4. A driver MUST have a valid state driver’s license in addition to making the required passes prior to being issued an ELITE license.
  5. 3 approved runs between 7.50 and 7.89
  6. 1 warning if you run faster that 7.40 or 90 mph, if done a 2nd time will be disqualified from the event
  7. If running faster than 7.30 or 94 mph, will be disqualified for the remainder of event and will be suspended for 6 months from the date of the infraction.

CIR Points Policy

Any racer may join the points program at Cordova International Raceway. A racer must join by the cutoff date set by the track. A racer must be a points member to race in the Kamper Korner Bracket Points Series and at the Bracket Team Finals as well as to receive year end points fund monies. Complete details on separate form or on the website. All rules subject to change and final decisions will be made by CIR Management.

Objective

To provide an orderly and fair process designed to effectively handle any and all acts, which are perceived to be or are in reality, threats or violence of a harmful, intimidating, or harassing nature.

Appeal

In the event that the racer/employee disagrees with any investigation or subsequent disciplinary action, such disagreement may be handled through established grievance or dispute resolution procedures, which is appropriate.

These rules are not conclusive and are subject to modifications or expansions throughout the season. Revised 2-3-21 CIR Management

 

Bracket classes at Cordova International Raceway

Top Eliminator (car or bike) 0-11.49 1/4 mile or 0-7.35 1/8 mile

  1. All rules subject to IHRA Rulebook.
  2. IHRA approved Delay boxes permitted. Trans scatter shield, SFI jacket, pants, Helmet Snell 2010 or better, balancer etc. apply as per IHRA tech rules. Any entry that exceeds 9.00 in 1/4 or 6.00 in 1/8 must have a valid IHRA Chassis Certification.
  3. Trans shield meeting SFI 4.1 mandatory on all entries.
  4. MANDATORY– Any entrant running 10.99 in the ¼ mile or 6.99 in the 1/8th mile MUST have an engine diaper or an approved belly pan to race.
  5. Computers (unless OEM), and Stutter Boxes are prohibited.
  6. Trans brake, Four-wheel line loc, automated shifter, throttle control, starting line and/or “high side” rev limiters permitted.
  7. Ethylene Glycol anti-freeze is prohibited in all entries. Use of “water wetter” or similar coolant additive with water is allowed.
  8. All switches and/or buttons must be standard mechanical connection type. Infrared lasers, retinal scan, fingerprint, light source, and any other non-mechanical types are prohibited.
  9. During eliminations, the dial-in of a vehicle must be posted in plain sight, before that vehicle crosses the dial-in line. This is your responsibility. Make sure you have the correct dial-in. Any attempt to conceal a dial-in MAY result in a “no dial” heads-up race. No dial can be changed or posted after the vehicle crosses the dial-in line at the head of staging. Upon crossing the line, you have accepted your dial-in. Dial-in must be legible on the vehicle. Dial -in cannot be relayed to starter.
  10. Motorcycles: Full-face Snell M2010 or better helmets, leather jackets, leather gloves and ankle high leather boots or shoes required. Also, full leathers and eject-kill switches required on bikes faster than 10.99 1/4 or 6.99 1/8 ET.
  11. Any vehicle that is NOT running a delay box for crosstalk, must have legible “N” on your vehicle BY THE DIAL-IN. The “N” will represent “No Crosstalk.”

Modified (Car or Bike) 0-13.99 1/4 mile or 0-8.99 1/8 mile

  1. Delay boxes prohibited and MUST be removed from the car or bike. Use of a delay box will result in disciplinary action, up to permanent suspension. Protest procedures are outlined in the current IHRA rulebook, which will be the ultimate authority in any such protest.
  2. MANDATORY– Any entrant running 10.99 in the ¼ mile or 6.99 in the 1/8th mile MUST have an engine diaper or an approved belly pan to race.
  3. Trans brakes and line-locs on 4 wheels are allowed. Trans brake wiring must be visible, per IHRA rules.
  4. Tachometers with playback and shift light permitted. Printing tachometers prohibited.
  5. Shifters – mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, automated shifters, and electrical shifters are permitted.
  6. Ethylene Glycol anti-freeze is prohibited in all entries, use of “water wetter” or similar coolant additive with water is allowed.
  7. Use of SFI jacket, Helmet Snell 2010 or better, driver safety equipment, SFI balancer, axle retention devices, drive shaft loops, etc. Apply to all classes per IHRA tech rules by ET.
  8. Computers (unless OEM), data recorders Permitted. See General Regulations.
  9. During eliminations, the dial-in of a vehicle must be posted in plain sight, before that vehicle crosses the dial-in line. This is your responsibility. Make sure you have the correct dial-in. Any attempt to conceal a dial-in MAY result in a “no dial” heads-up race. No dial can be changed or posted after the vehicle crosses the dial-in line at the head of staging. Upon crossing the line, you have accepted your dial-in. Dial-in must be legible on the vehicle. Dial -in cannot be relayed to starter.
  10. Motorcycles: Full-face Snell 2010 or better helmets (ECE 22.05 models permitted on bikes running 10.00 or slower 1/4 or 6.50 or slower in 1/8 mile.), leather jackets, leather gloves and ankle high leather boots or shoes required. Also, full leathers and eject-kill switches required on bikes faster than 11.00 ET.

Sportsman class (full bodied entries only) 11.49 and slower 1/4 mile 7.50 and slower 1/8 mile

  1. Data recorders prohibited
  2. Automated shifter: Prohibited unless OEM
  3. Delay boxes, Trans brakes, 4-wheel line locks prohibited. Two-wheel line licks permitted on non-drive wheels only.
  4. Ignition: Stutter boxes prohibited. Single stage (high side only) rev limiters permitted. Starting line rev limiters prohibited. Two step rev limiters prohibited, any other rpm limiting devices installed so as to function as a down-track rpm controller prohibited.
  5. Switches & buttons: All switches and/or buttons must be standard mechanical connection type
  6. Throttle control: Throttle must be manually operated by the driver’s foot. Electronics, pneumatics, hydraulics, or any other device may in no way affect the throttle operation. A fixed stop under carburetor or gas pedal is permitted. Throttle timers, staging controllers and counters prohibited.
  7. Open exhaust headers and racing slicks permitted.

High School Points series 12.00 & slower

  1. Drivers of entries faster than 12.00 must demonstrate proficiency with the vehicle or hold an IHRA competition license. No delay boxes or trans-brakes allowed. As a safety consideration, all entries must be capable of running 60 mph trap speeds.
  2. Bodied vehicles only, no dragsters or open wheel cars, or motorcycles.

TCR Points series 1/8 mile only 9.00 & slower

  1. Age 13-17 years old, full bodied street vehicles, Co-Driver over the age of 25, must make License passes 3 with a track official and 3 with co-driver.
  2. All participants are prohibited from wearing shorts, tank tops or bare torsos or legs while competing. Vehicle must have mufflers and street tires.
  3. Electronics are prohibited.

Trophy (any dial)

  1. All safety rules apply by ET.
  2. Motorcycles may run with cars
  3. Due to the wide variety of vehicle combinations, all entries must pass tech as being safe and suitable for competition.
  4. NO CROSS TALK will be utilized.

Junior Dragster

  1. All IHRA rules in affect (see IHRA Rule Book)
  2. Maximum competition length – 1/8 mile
  3. Staging lanes allow only the Junior Dragster drivers. All other persons under the age of 14 must be in a vehicle or out of the restricted staging lanes area.
  4. After initial burnout, competitor may be pulled back ONE time prior to reaching the ready line, by the starter only, or at the discretion of the starter.
  5. Staging procedure-All junior dragsters must stage under their own power. If a junior accidentally goes in deep, they should lift their hands to indicate a re-stage. Only a track official can pull them back and the driver.
  6. No WD-40 or similar tire dressing can be applied in the staging lanes or on paved roads.
  7. First round bye runs for Juniors are given based off the best reaction time from the qualifying. Reaction time challenge will not be used as a qualifying session in the event of a 1 time run and go.
  8. ALL JUNIORS: Must obey all hand signals of the safety crew. All Junior vehicles MUST be towed back to their pit spots. NO EXCEPTIONS! No junior is allowed to pass the STOP sign for any reason under power. All new Juniors must see the safety crew before they race for the day.

 

Novice Junior – IHRA Jr Drag Membership & Competition license required

  • It is open to any driver 7-9 years old or driver with less than 2 years racing experience.
  • Must dial & run 11.90 ET or slower during eliminations. Any novice driver who runs 11.70 or faster will be subject to penalty, up to suspension of their license.
  • Must have letter “N” on the car to signify novice.
  • A novice racer may move up to Super Junior at any time during the season, but they must stay there. (No moving between classifications) Points will not move with you.
  • 50 or quicker is automatic DQ

Super Junior – IHRA Jr Drag Membership & Competition license required

  • It is open to any driver 10-17 years old. Driver can only dial down to 8.90 until they have one-year experience. Once the driver has shown documentation with the one-year experience they can dial down to 7.90.
  • ET limitations and licensing within IHRA rules.
  • 70 or quicker is an automatic DQ

Elite Junior – IHRA Jr Drag Membership & Competition license required

  • Exclusive to drivers 16-17 years of age
  • Elapsed time restrictions between 7.50 and 7.90
  • Maximum speed is 90 mph
  • Must have vehicles meeting all the requirements for master’s level licensing in addition to the following safety measures:
  1. Chassis must be constructed of chromoly tubing and incorporate helmet bars with SFI 45.1 or 45.2 padding on the roll cage.
  2. All competitors utilize an SFI 38.1 head and neck restraint system
  3. All ELITE license holders dialing quicker than 7.90 must have a rear wing.
  4. A driver MUST have a valid state driver’s license in addition to making the required passes prior to being issued an ELITE license.
  5. 3 approved runs between 7.50-7.89 for the license
  6. 1 warning if you run faster than 7.40 or 90 mph, if done a 2nd time will be disqualified from the event
  7. If running faster than 7.30 or 94 mph, will be disqualified for the remainder of event and will be suspended for 6 months from the date of the infraction.