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MODIFIED CAR SPECS -

USMTS rules apply. See www.usmts.com


LIMITED MODIFIED CAR SPECS -

IMCA Southern and Northern SportMods, NCRA Southern Mods, Brill & OSP Limited Mods are all legal. All cars must be 100% legal to their home track rules. No mixing rules for an advantage.


SUPER STOCK CAR SPECS -

1. Frame: Stock frame or clip type cars, no full tube frame cars.

2. Suspension: OEM front lower control arms. Solid mounted rear suspension, 3 or 4 link. Rubber or metal bushings OK but no pull bars or shocks mounted on control arms. Weight jacks and adj. panhard bar OK. Floater rear end OK. Quick change OK. No floater brakes or bird cages.

3. Body: Aftermarket or stock.

4. Engine: 368 c.i. limit, non-ported cast iron heads or OKC spec aluminum head, cast iron block, single four barrel carb, wet sump.

5. Transmission: Open, must have working clutch with forward and reverse.

6. Weight: Base weight 3000#, clip cars add 100#, three link add 100#, aftermarket heads add 50#, internal clutch trans add 100#.

7. Fuel: Open

8: Tires: 10" asphalt scuffs or 10" Hoosier 500.


OLD SCHOOL FACTORY STOCK -

1. Frame: Stock

2. Suspension: Stock, 9" floater OK for safety must be in stock mounts.

3. Body: Stock steel, poly bumper covers OK.

4. Engine: 368 c.i. limit, all stock, no-OEM or aftermarket performance parts, stock carburetor. Headers OK with weight penalty.

5. Transmission: Stock.

6. Weight: Base weight 3500#, add 100# for headers.

7. Fuel: Gas

8. Tires: 8" wheels and tires. Asphalt scuffs, H500 or American racer pull off's.


N.T.R.L. Enduro Races

General Rules

1. The first car to complete 200 laps or the leader after (3) hours is the winner.

2. Each car and driver must be entered. Passengers are allowed.

3. The race will begin from a standing start with a maximum of 130 cars starting.

4. Cars must hold their position until the green flag is displayed.

5. The red flag will be displayed if the track is blocked and racing can't continue, all cars must stop. (cars moving under the red will receive a five-lap penalty) The race will be restarted with the cars in the same position as before the red flag. A car involved in the blockage that can continue may do so.

6. Cars will be allowed to enter the hot-pits for repairs or servicing. Reentry to the racing surface will be allowed as the pit official indicates. Pit stops will be permitted under green conditions only. (Pitting under/during a red flag will result in a five-lap penalty unless the car was already on pit road before the red came out).

7. No communications between cars, crew or spectators. Two way radios are not permitted in cars, pits or grandstand.

8. Transponders will be used for scoring. Each car must have a transponder mounted before entering the racing surface. Drivers will be responsible for the transponder mounted to their car, if a transponder is lost or damaged driver is responsible for repair or replacement.

9. Pit stops must be achieved in an orderly and safe fashion. Cars entering the regular pit area are done for the event, work on cars in the hot-pit area only.

10. There will be a claiming rule in effect for competitors. Any car that finishes in the money can be claimed by the driver owner or another car that entered the event. The price will be $1500.00
if the car has no roll cage or $2500 if it does have a cage. Safety equipment is not included in the claim. If the owner of the car being claimed does not accept the claim, he does not get paid for any position. All claiming must be done within 10 minutes of completion of the event and be in writing.


Car and Body

1. Any 1960 or newer car is eligible. No pick-ups, four wheel drives, jeep type vehicles. 4, 6 or 8 cylinder engines OK. Minimum stock wheelbase allowed 105 inches for V-8, 88 inches for V-6 or 4 cylinder.

2. Roll cage optional. Roll cage may not extend into engine compartment. Gutting of factory interior panels only allowed for roll cage clearance. EXAMPLE: you may remove the inner door bracing if you are replacing it with door bars.

3. No-bracing in the bumper areas. However, bumpers must be chained or cabled as a safety item to help retain the bumper.

4. All doors must be closed. Recommend welded, chained, or bolted shut.

5. Removal of windshield is optional. If removed, 1/3 of opening must be replaced with a screen.

6. Racing approved shoulder harness and lap belts are recommended. Racing seats allowed.

7. All burnable type material, floor mats, head liners, rear seats, plastic, wiring etc. may be removed. The rear seat shelf must be left in as a fire stop, and any openings to the trunk area must be enclosed if aftermarket fuel cell is mounted in trunk.

8. Complete bumper to bumper steel unibody must be retained. No lightening permitted.

9. The stock steel unaltered floor pan, firewalls and trunk must be retained. (Fuel cells, properly attached may be located in the trunk. )

10. Cars must retain their strictly stock appearance, no cutting chopping, channeling, or shortening allowed. Hoods must be kept in place at all times.

11. Mesh window nets are permitted, but must be removable.

12. Front inner fenders may be removed, rear inner fenders must remain. Wheel wells may be trimmed for tire clearance only.

13. No added weight allowed! No spare parts, extra battery, water bottles, tires etc... may be carried while racing.


Suspension, Tires, Wheels

1. Suspension parts must remain absolutely stock for that make and model car. No spacers, lumber or chains, etc. may be used to alter stock suspension of that car.

2. Springs must be of a OEM design. No overload shocks with coilover springs. One spring and shock in original mount only.

3. Stock wheels only. No racing wheels or offset wheels. Tires must pass thru a 9" hoop at the bulge. No truck tires, no mud tires, no studded tires. All season radials and retreads OK.


Engine

1. The engines must be strictly stock for that model and make and in its original mounts. No aftermarket external oil coolers.

2. A/C and heat components may be removed.

3. Smog equipment may be removed.

4. Minimum 18 lbs. of vacuum at 1000 RPM

5. Air cleaner to oil pan must be all factory equipment!

6. Radiator may be replaced with aftermarket unit.


Transmission

1. Stock transmission and rear end only.


Miscellaneous

1. Fuel cells permitted, and may be placed in the trunk area if securely fastened, or gas tanks must be original and remain in original location. Must have two (2) metal holding straps.

2. Batteries may be relocated but must be contained in a marine container or comparable container securely fastened.

3. Headlights, tail lights and all chrome may be removed.

4. Any loss of wheel or tire requires your immediate leaving the race course. Continuing on a flat tire is not permitted.

5. Rupture of your gas tank and/or loss of gas requires immediate black flag.

6. No locked rears.

7. Approved helmet required.

8. Any driver climbing out of a car while on the racing surface during the green flag will be disqualified. NO Exception!

9. Cars will hold their position until the green flag is displayed.

10. The yellow flag will not be used. If there are cars with breakdowns or crashed, the other cars will avoid them and continue to race.

11. The red flag will be displayed ONLY if the track is blocked and racing cannot continue. All cars must stop under the red flag. The race will be restarted with the cars in the same position as before the red flag. Any car involved in the blockage that can continue to race may do so. The flagman will indicate the middle of the race. The white flag will indicate the leader is on the final lap.

Starting Position Assignment

1. All starting position numbers will be assigned in the order of entry into the event. Only pre-registered cars will be allowed to come to the track with numbers already on the car. Cars that do not pre-register must bring a can of spray paint (in a contrasting color to the base color of the car) to add the number to the car at the track. Drivers registering after deadline or day of the event will start at the rear of the field.

ANY CAR, TEAM OR DRIVER NOT MEETING Wild West Speedway SPECIFICATIONS, OR STANDARD RACING SAFETY PROCEDURES AND EQUIPMENT, IS SUBJECT TO AUTOMATIC DISQUALIFICATION AND /OR PENALITIES.


DEMOLITION DERBY RULES

1. All drivers must know and obey these rules for safety or they will be disqualified.

2. Drivers must be 16 years old or older.

3. Drivers must fill out and sign track release form to participate.

4. SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Seat belts and shoulder harnesses are required, will be tested, and worn, an approved crash helmet will be worn. A 2 1/2 lb. Dry chemical fire extinguisher at the right of the driver is mandatory.

5. No locked or posi-trac rear ends allowed. Single Track ONLY!.

6. American passenger cars and standard station wagons only (Non commercial, American). No jeeps, pickups, or ambulances. No cutting of any body parts, however if car has prior damage, necessary cutting will be allowed. No reinforcing of frame or body parts, except for the drivers door. Radiator must remain in original position. All Equipment must be standard. No studded snow tires. No body alteration, unless to trim for tire clearance. No mud tires, No water in tires. Air only

7. IMPORTANT: glass and mirrors inside or out, must be removed, (glass not allowed in door panels or trunk). All lenses, chrome, body molding must be removed and loose parts inside car and trunk removed. HEADLINERS, UNUSED SEATS, CARPET AND INSIDE DOOR PANELS MUST BE REMOVED. THESE RULES WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED.

8. The drivers door must be reinforced. Reinforcement material cannot extend more than 2 inches beyond the outer limits of the upright door posts. Door can be completely welded. Must have at least one bar inside door not to exceed 6” in front and beyond interior edge of door.

9. Car must have a number on BOTH FRONT DOORS and be at least twelve inches in height.

10. Original gas tanks MUST BE REMOVED; A SUPPLEMENTAL TANK (maximum 6 gallon capacity) shall be placed in the rear passenger area, and rigidly secured and covered.

11. No reserve water tanks.

12. Battery MUST be removed and be secured inside of the car on the floor, in front of thepassenger seat and covered. Two batteries are NOT allowed.

13. Engines must be in original location and must have factory motor and mounts. Engines may be chained down.

14. The cars engine hood MUST be chained and MUST be able to be opened for inspection. Two eight inch fire holes are required in hood, one on each side.

15. Door and trunk lids may be chained or welded shut but not reinforced. If trunk is permanently shut, an inspection hole of 12 to 15 inches is required. No more than four one inch welds may be used per door or trunk ( a chain may be used to secure but not to reinforce).

16. Either or any starting fluid may not be used. If found in the car during or after race, car, driver and crew are disqualified.

17. You must be making contact. Anyone playing possum will be disqualified. If you are still for 60 seconds.. You are out! No contact for 60 seconds… You are out! If your car is dead, STAY IN YOUR CAR!

18. Everyone stops immediately for a red flag.


ROLL-OVER CONTEST RULES

Competition will be open to any mid-size, compact, or sub-compact car, including station wagons. Each entry will take three (3) attempts at rolling the car. Points will be awarded to each roll and the entry with the most points at the end will win.

MOTORSPORTS COMPETITION IS VERY DANGEROUS; MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND THE RULES OF THE COMPETITION PRIOR TO ENTERING.

SCORING:
Roll over attempts must be made in succession. If the vehicle’s main roof is determined by the officials to be crushed or weak, entry will NOT be able to continue competition.

POINTS:
One (1) point for each side, roof and other side. Six (6) points for complete roll. Points will be accumulated throughout the three attempts.
You may get a push to the starting area, but car must run under it’s own power to attempt roll.

CAR SPECS:

1. Any stock manufactured compact or mid-size car - American or Foreign.

2. No moon roofs, T-tops or convertibles allowed.

3. All doors must be welded shut and heavy gauge wire mesh or expanded steel must be welded into the drivers door window opening.

4. ALL GLASS - headlights, taillights, and windows must be removed and car must be debris free.

5. Headliners, passenger seat (if buckets) and bottom rear seat must be removed.

6. Maximum of three gallons of gas only. No ½ or full tanks permitted.

7. Padding on drivers door is mandatory.

8. Manufacturers seatbelt or track approved seatbelt mandatory.

9. Long sleeved shirt, long pants, shoes or sneakers mandatory.

10. Helmet mandatory.

11. Car must be numbered and your name must be painted on it. No obscene graphics or gestures allowed.

12. Leave passenger side seat belt in place. Fasten it together and use it to hold yourself down during a roll.

RECOMMENDED BUT NOT MANDATORY

1. Roll bars

2. Shoulder harness

3. Gloves

4. If driver wears glasses they should be taped on.

FINAL DECISION ON ALL MATTERS IS LEFT UP TO THE DISCRETION OF THE OFFICALS IN CHARGE.

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