|1:1 GROUND CLEARANCE
There must be a minimum of 0.020 in./0,5mm clearance from the track surface to any part of body, gears or chassis. No parts may drag track surface.
1:2 WHEELIE BAR/WHEELS
Required on all classes except bracket and/or index classes. Must have rubber o-rings or non metallic wheels. Wheels may not ride on track braid.
Required on all hardbody classes. Need not be painted.
Must have minimum a clear or tinted windshield, and rear window installed. Window "glass" may be replaced with lexan. Rear windows on funny cars may be painted or tiled in.
Body must be of automotive origin. Styrene plastic, resin cast or lexan only. No metal, die cast, or "toy" soft plastic allowed. Sharp or pointed objects on body that might cause damage or bodily injury prohibited.
1:6 FRONT WHEELS/TIRES
In all classes, angling of front wheels to allow lowering of front end prohibited. All cars must have a minimum of four (4) wheels with tires and all tires must be black.
1:7 GUIDE FLAG
One guide flag per car. 1 in. maximum length. Body must cover guide when viewed from above, except dragsters, altereds and gasser type bodies.
All cars cannot be any wider than 3.25 in. at any point.
1/24th or 1/25th. 1/32 scale cars may be allowed based on the decision of the technical comittee.
1:10 COMM DROPS/OILS
May not contain or use flammable elements (ie: gasoline, ether, etc.) on motors, braids, bearings, and bushings for speed enhancement or lubrication. Violation of this rule is grounds for immediate disqualification.
1:11 TECHNICAL INSPECTION
Prior to competition, cars must pass a technical inspection. Any motor, chassis, or body change made after tech, must be reported to the technical department for proper registration before any further runs are made. Technical department reserves the right at any time to inspect, seal for inspection, and/or tear down a participant's car.
1:12 PARTICIPANT CONDUCT
Participants at events are expected at all times to conduct themselves in a professional and non-disruptive manner. Any participant who verbally or physically threatens another participant or other person, uses vulgar or derogatory language, engages in unsportsmanlike conduct or conduct detrimental to the sport of racing, or otherwise creates a condition or circumstance which is unsafe or out of order shall have violated the rules and regulation and subject to immediate action.
1:13 PROTEST PROCEDURES
Contestant protest must be filled with a technical department official in writing and a protest fee before a protest will be accepted. $10.00 will allow you a look at the car in question. If you are satisfied, the car owner will collect the protest fee. If you still question the cars legality, you must post a fee 2 times the retail amount of the armature. The motor will then be torn down and inspected. If the protested car is found in compliance with the requirements of it's class, protest fee will be forfeited to the car owner. If an inspection proves a protested car to out of it's proper class, fees will be refunded, and the non-compliant entry will be disqualified. Refusal to comply upon official demand will result in immediate disqualification.
1:14 SCALE INTEGRITY INSPECTIONS
All competing cars are subject to possible evaluation at the discretion of the technical committee as to the scale integrity of the car in relation to it's respective class. The technical committee reserves the right to request revisions to a car that is found not to meet it's class appearance criteria (i.e. in relation to a full scale counterpart). The committee may also allow car to compete without requested revisions if they cannot be performed at that particular event with the stipulation that they be completed prior to the next event.
1:15 TECHNICAL RESPONSIBILITY
It is the responsibility of the driver to assure that his/her competing car meets all legal requirements of the rules governing it's respective class.