g) Cooler lines either water or oil inside driver compartment are not allowed .
h) No two way communication devices are allowed in car.
i) All ballasts will be marked with car number painted white and bolted with two grade five ½” diameter bolts.
j) All cars must have .020 thick steel firewall between driver and engine compartment, and trunk compartment.
k) Sharp and protruding edges must be removed.
l) Glass, chrome trim, die cast parts, lights, lenses and bulbs must be removed.
m) Radiator overflow tanks are required
n) Fan shrouds are required and must cover both sides and top of fan.
o) Exhaust system is required and must exit away from drivers seat.
p) Drivelines must be steel, painted white and must have loops front and rear to hold driveline from hitting ground.
q) Steel wheels only, no mag or alloy wheels.
r) Right front wheel must have over sized lugs.
s) All cars must have a minimum 2 ½ pound fire extinguisher mounted within reach of driver and from outside of car. Extinguisher must be mounted so that it can easily be reached by driver and must have quick release type latch.
t) Roll cages must meet minimum requirements for that class and must be inspected by track officials before racing.
u) Five point seat belts required in all classes. Must be mounted to roll cage. Sub strap required. Must be attached with 3/8” bolts with self locking nut. 3 year date stamp recommended.
v) Bucket or racing type seats highly recommended. Must be attached to roll cage.
w) Racing suits required. Fire suits may be required in certain classes.
x) Window screen is required and tire bars must be attached to roll cage. Bars must be spaced as to not allow tires from entering driver compartment. Gap between bars should not exceed 22”.
y) Must have red clearance light mounted in rear window opening.
6. IMPROPER DRIVING
a) Starter may penalize or black flag anyone who, at his discretion, is guilty of rough driving, cutting through infield, excessive bumping, crowding or related offense.
b) Starter may rely on judgement of other officials when making decisions as to improper driving techniques or in what order cars will be lined up after caution laps.
c) Decision of starter or the decision made by officials is final.
a) Flag signals must be obeyed at all times. Failure of driver to obey signals will result in suspension and or disqualification of car and driver. Flagman will invoke all penalties, after conferring with other officials.
b) Flags used: Green - start or restart of race, Yellow - caution or warning. Hold your position at reduced speed, Red - serious hazard. Stop your car, Blue/Yellow Stripe - hold your position, you are being overtaken by a faster vehicle, Black - go immediately to the pit area, White - one lap remains in race, Checkered - finish of race. Crossed Flags - Halfway point.