Rules and Procedures
If you vehicle can run a 4.99 or quicker, Helmets Mandatory
Must be a street legal vehicle.
Full Bodied Vehicle, O.E.M. vehicle integrity must be retained (no cut up or
removed body panels, glass or doors, removed pickup tailgates permitted).
Full tube chassis prohibited,
must retain factory O.E.M. chassis. Aftermarket bolt on suspension
modifications permitted. Back half suspension modifications (ladder bar/4 link)
Stock firewall in stock location
Stock appearing dash and
interior mandatory, race seats w/shoulder harnesses and roll bars/cages
permitted. Basic electrical accessories (such as lighting, w/s wipers) must be
retained. NO STRIPPED VEHICLES….
Tires must have D.O.T. approved stamping on sidewall, NO CUT TIRES….
Must be mufflers and pipes exiting behind and/or outside the rear most passenger
carrying compartment. Diesels are not required to have mufflers,
however they must retain a full exhaust system as stated above, NO THROUGH
THE HOOD STACKS….
Must be automotive or light
truck style internal combustion gasoline or diesel powered (no exotic fuels,
i.e. alcohol, nitromethane). Power adders such as N2O and/or propane are
Vehicle and Driver
Only one (1) vehicle with one (1) driver on the list at a time. These must
remain together as a pair, if the driver changes vehicles he will have to drop
off the list and start at the beginning. If a driver/vehicle misses three (3)
consecutive events they will be removed from the list.
This will take place during the Friday Night Beanfield Truck Races, it will not
be contested on any other events.
will be coordinated by the Race Master, Josh Hostinsky and will be run in the
order in which they are received.
challenge the next person above you on the list and/or the person below may
A challenge can
be made at any time via The Race Master in person or by contacting him through
the Newtown Dragway Facebook Page.
The person being
challenged has to meet the challenge at the next event as long as the
challenge is made at least five (5) days prior the event. Challenges made
within the five (5) days prior to, or during the event can be run at that
event if the person challenged agrees, however he/she will not be required to
run until the next event.
If a person
cannot make the challenge for any reason (no show, broke, etc.) it will be
considered a loss and the challenger will advance on the list.
must be driven to the staging lanes and from the end of the track into the
pits. Towing is grounds for disqualification.
challenges will be determined by one run on a .400 pro tree with the timing
system of the track determining the winner, RED LIGHTS COUNT….
Although there is no way the above listed rules and procedures
can cover all possible scenarios, it is intended as a basic guideline to
establish a fun and competitive program.
If a situation arises that is not covered under the brief
guidelines listed above, the Race Master and Track Personal will make all
possible efforts to come up with a solution.
One last thing,
KEEP IT FUN!!!!
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