Stock snout with 5" springs 2600 lbs
Tubular Snouts with 5" springs 2650 lbs
Tubular Snouts with coilovers 2675 lbs
All weight after the race
Fabricated spindles permitted
Tubular sway bar and spline bar permitted
Cast iron block only
23 degree cast iron heads only
No electric fuel pumps
Engine compression cubic inch not limited
Dry sumps (50 lbs penalty)
One carburetor (any size)
CLUTCH AND TRANSMISSION:
Must have forward and reverse gears.
HUBS, WHEELS, TIRES, BRAKES, and REAR END:
Quick change permitted
Steel and aluminum axle tubes permitted
Aluminum hubs permitted
10" steel wheels only (Any offset)
SHOCKS AND SPRINGS:
No bump stops or coil binding
No schrader valves or needle valves
No single adjustable or double adjustable shocks
Shock claim rule: $400 total (all 4 shocks may be claimed) or may claim 2 shocks (Front $200 or Rear $200)
Fuel cell mandatory
8" minimum ground clearance
Steel container with 2 top straps
Fuel cell guard
Old style late model bodies may run.
A measurement between 79" and 80" width over front tires, steadily decreasing in width in a straight line to between 77" and 78" at center of doors, then to 76" at the center or rear axle, to a maximum of 72" at the rear spoiler. Spoiler must be mounted center red on wheel base of car. A measurement between 78" and 82" is allowed at the bottom of the door between front and rear tires on Outlaw bodies.
46" maximum center of axle to rear of car.
1. 72" Maximum width
2. 46" Maxiumum set back, both left and right side (center or rear axle to base)
3. 6" maxiumum height from base to top
4. 40" high from ground
HOOD AND ROOF
1. Manufactured type, no homemade or flat surface roofs allowed.
2. 45" Minimum width side-toside
3. 12" Minimum window opening. Driver must be able to exit car with helmet on. Window must be open from 4" shelf to roof.
If you have any questions, call Barry Martin 205-674-0367
For racecar numbers please call Sandra Parker 205-798-2171