All The Rules

$1,000 guaranteed purse in each class. No minimum car-count for purses.
$500 to win per class, $300 runner-up, $50 semi-final round win, $25 quarter-final round win.

General Admission. 
Spectator admission is $10, and it’s all-access. 
Children 12-and-under free. 


General Rules:


All classes:    

All vehicles must meet NHRA tech to run.

 Seat Belts must be up-to-date,

Trans-shields or blankets and/or blow proof bellhousings must be employed.


Entry Registration and Entrance Prices:    

Racer Entry
$100 for tech card for Friday and Saturday.
(Does not include $40 Friday “Gambler’s Race” entry)
Saturday-only tech card: $75.
Racer entry fee includes driver and one crew member.
All additional crew members are $10.

Friday Afternoon/Evening “Gambler’s Race”: $40
Money paid to every round winner.

Show Car Entry:
Judged car show is Saturday. Registration is 9am-12pm, Awards at 3pm.
$25 to enter judged car show. Entry gets driver and one guest in.
All additional passengers $10.
Children 12-under free.
NON-Judged Car Show entry: $10 per occupant. Allows car to be parked on show field, just won’t be judged in the show.
Children 12-under free.

Friday car show entry (non-judged power power-parking only): $10 per occupant.

Swap Meet
$50 for the weekend. All spaces are as large as you want.
Entry gets ONE helper in.
$30 for one-day space (Friday or Saturday)

Spectator Admission
$10 per day.
Children 12-under free.

Gasser Class

All vehicles must meet NHRA tech to run.

Seat Belts must be up-to-date.

Trans-shields or blankets and/or blow proof bellhousings must be employed.

Body:

No wings, front spoilers or other aero enhancements

No modern hood scoops, no modern paint schemes

No Pro-Mod, Outlaw, or full tube-frame cars.

We’d like to see vintage style or stock wheels here, but modern wheels won’t get you tossed.

Original flip-body, center-steer cars such as Zorro’s Charger, or the Prock & Howell ’33 Willys, or other similarly styled cars that originally competed in Gas in the ’60s are allowed in our class today.

Fiberglass bodies allowed.

 Chopped tops allowed.

 Wheelie bars allowed.

 Suspesnsion:

We prefer nose-high, and straight axles.  SHOULD have a traditional gasser stance—nose-high, baby!

HOWEVER, we know a lot of cars that ran in the gasser classes in the ‘60s used stock front suspensions, or were even lowered in the nose. So we do not have any rules regarding front end height or front suspension.

 Engine:

No nitrous

 No turbo

 No electronic fuel injection.

 No electronic delay boxes, light timers, throttle controls or anything of that nature.

 MSD-type or other electronic ignition allowed.

 Single distributor or magneto systems only.

 Rev-limiter allowed, but for engine protection only; may not be used on launch

 Cast aluminum or iron intakes only. No sheet metal intakes.

 Vintage-style U-Fab tube intakes allowed

 Aftermarket heads and blocks allowed.

 GMC/Roots-type, 8:71 max displacement. Original 1950s McCollouch, Judson, etc. other brands allowed. No modern Paxton or Vortec 

Any transmission allowed

 Trans brake allowed, but no 2-step or other rev limiter allowed on launch.

 No “extenders” mounted below bumper to trip the lights

 Wheelie bars allowed.

SHOULD have a traditional gasser stance—nose-high, baby!

Front Engine Dragster

All vehicles must meet NHRA tech to run.

Seat Belts must be up-to-date.

Trans-shields or blankets and/or blow proof bellhousings must be employed.

Wings: Front wing must be bolt-on, may not extend forward of the front wheels.

Wings in front of the rear tires allowed.

NO rear-mounted wings on risers

Wheelie bars allowed

Engine:

Blown, injected and/or carbs allowed.

Any fuel allowed.

GMC/Roots-type, 8:71 max displacement. No modern Paxton or Vortec 

Mechanical fuel injection only—no electronic fuel injection.

No turbo

No nitrous

Single distributor or magneto systems only.

No electronic delay boxes, light timers, throttle controls or anything of that nature.

MSD-type or other electronic ignition allowed.

Rev-limiter allowed, but for engine protection only; may not be used on launch

Cast aluminum or iron intakes only. No sheet metal intakes.

Vintage-style U-Fab tube intakes allowed

Aftermarket heads and blocks allowed.

Any transmission allowed

Trans brake allowed, but no 2-step or other rev limiter allowed on launch.

Wheelie Bars Allowed.

Altered

All vehicles must meet NHRA tech to run.

Seat Belts must be up-to-date.

Trans-shields or blankets and/or blow proof bellhousings must be employed.

 Wings: No front wings allowed

Rear wings may be attached to the top of the roll cage only.

No rear wings on stands or risers.

Wheelie bars allowed.

Engine:

Blown, injected and/or carbs allowed.

Any fuel allowed.

 Super Chargers: GMC/Roots-type, 8:71 max displacement. No modern Paxton or Vortec 

 Fuel Injection: Mechanical fuel injection only—no electronic fuel injection.

No turbo

No nitrous

Single distributor or magneto systems only.

 MSD-type or other electronic ignition allowed.

 Rev-limiter allowed, but for engine protection only; may not be used on launch

 No electronic delay boxes, light timers, throttle controls or anything of that nature.

Cast aluminum or iron intakes only. No sheet metal intakes.

Vintage-style U-Fab tube intakes allowed

 Aftermarket heads and blocks allowed.

 Any transmission allowed

 Trans brake allowed, but no 2-step or other rev limiter allowed on launch.

Nostalgia Super Stock

All vehicles must meet NHRA tech to run.

 Seat Belts must be up-to-date.

Trans-shields or blankets and/or blow proof bellhousings must be employed.

1961-1974 vehicles. 

Back-halved cars allowed

No full tube frame

 No pro-mod style cars

No Altered Wheel Base cars.

Interior must have both front seats (or single full-width bench)

Motor must be brand-correct.

Transmission must be brand-correct.

Hood Scoops: Original manufacturer and period-correct aftermarket only. No snorkels, no rounded modern scoops, no cowl-induction scoops on cars not originally equipped with them.

 Line Lock for burn-out only.

 No programmable MSD boxes.

 No traction control

 No electric or pneumatic throttle control

 No delay or cross-over boxes

 Rev-limiter allowed, but for engine protection only; may not be used on launch

 No electronic delay boxes, light timers, throttle controls or anything of that nature.

 Footbrake only.

 Cars 1964 and older may also enter the Hot Rod Class; Racers will have to buy a tech card for each class.

Muscle Car and Hot Rod Class

All vehicles must meet NHRA tech to run.

Seat Belts must be up-to-date.

Trans-shields or blankets and/or blow proof bell housings must be employed.

1974 and older vehicles, including trucks and Altered Wheel Base cars.

“Fiberglass body panels allowed.”

“Full-fendered or fenderless”

“Any hood scoop allowed.”

“Any engine allowed. “

“Aftermarket block and heads allowed.”

Back-halved cars allowed

No full tube frame

No pro-mod style cars

Any hood scoop allowed.

Rear wing allowed (including non-stock sheet metal deck wings and spoilers)

Front spoilers allowed (including non-stock sheet metal chin spoilers)

No “extenders” on chin spoilers allowed.

Any transmission allowed. Does NOT need to be brand-correct (Powerglide in a Ford, Doug Nash, Lenco, etc.)

Power-Adders LEGAL.

Single Roots-type superchargers, Vortec, Paxton superchargers, turbochargers allowed.

Screw-blowers NOT allowed.

Nitrous allowed.

Sheet metal intakes allowed.

No electronic fuel injection or engine management

No traction control

No electric or pneumatic throttle control

Rev-limiter allowed on launch

No electronic delay boxes, light timers, throttle controls or anything of that nature.

Transbrake allowed.

Cars 1964 and older may also enter the Hot Rod Class; Racers will have to buy a tech card for each class.

“Non-competition” Time Trials for Street Cars

We will have Time Trials throughout the day on Saturday for car show participants who want to make passes but do not want to enter race classes or compete for purse money. There is no dedicated Street Car race class.

All Time Trials participants must go through tech.