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The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. These rules shall govern the condition of all events, and by participating in these events, all participants are deemed to have complied with these rules. NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM PUBLICATIONS OF OR COMPLIANCE WITH THESE RULES AND/OR REGULATIONS. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant, spectator or official.

The race director shall be empowered to permit reasonable and appropriate deviation from any of the specifications herein or impose any further restrictions that in his/her opinion does not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM SUCH ALTERATION OF SPECIFICATIONS.  Any interpretation or deviation of these rules is left to the discretion of the officials. Their decision is final.




  1.  Lucas Oil, SAS Body Rules Apply

  2.  Deck height can be no taller than 38 inches at any time

  3.  Max. 8 inch spoiler by 72 inch, measured 8 inch of material

  4. Factory appearing fiberglass tops allowed.


  1.  Any full fabricated frame, 2x2, 2x3, 1 ¾ square or round tubing or Camaro clip allowed.

  2.  Min. Wheel base 103 inches


  1.  Lucas Oil suspension rules will apply.

  2.  Max. Engine set back is 6 inches measured at number 1 plug to top ball joint.

  3.  Any aluminum calipers and any steel rotor no less than .810 thick, no single fin or exotic type allowed.

  4.  Any drive shaft.


  Only coil springs will be allowed. No pneumatic springs, hydraulic springs, air shocks, or air springs will be allowed. A shock that produces more than 75lbs of rod force when compressed to the center of the shock mounts measurement at the car's static ride height is considered a spring and is illegal. 

  1. Coil springs must be made from magnetic steel

  2. Stacked springs are allowed

  3. Progressive springs are allowed

  4. Spring preload adjustments for coil springs must be made using mechanical adjusting nuts on the shock body. No air dumps or hydraulics.

  5. Other than spring damping b the shock absorber, pneumatic, hydraulic, or electronically controlled adjusting devices, (static or dynamic) that affect spring preload or race car heights will not be permitted; air dump devices are not allowed.

  6. Spring rubbers are allowed

Bump Stops: 

Bumps stops are permitted. Bump springs are permitted. No pneumatic or hydraulic bump stops will be permitted.


Oil or gas, must be non-adjustable that includes shocks with knobs, no external reservoirs permitted, shocks may be steel or aluminum, shock may be claimed for $200 coil over kit not included. Shock buy rule applies after feature, if you refuse to sell you will be disqualified.


  1. E-85 or racing gas only.

*Fuel samples will be taken.


  1. Fronts – 1350/CR21 or 1600/ AR48 or AR 56/CR 55, harder tires are not an advantage.

  2. RR – AR 56/Equivalent, Hoosier 1600/Equivalent except 602s are allowed to use 1350 or 1600 harder tires are not an advantage, RIGHT REAR MUST PUNCH A 55

  3. LR 1350 or 1600, CR21. Harder tires are not an advantage

  4. NO chemical treatment inside or out of any kind.

  5. Any 14 inch aluminum wheel allowed.

  6. Sealed 602 will be allowed 1350 or AR48, harder tires are not an advantage.

  7. Must qualify and race the same 4 tires all night with approval dot from inspection. If flat occurs the replacement must have been inspected and approved prior to change, if not you will be DQ'd.

*Tire samples will be taken.


  • 2400 LBS

 362 cubic inch with any steel type head

  • 2400 LBS

 604 sealed crate 

  • 2300 LBS

 602 unsealed crate with any factory OEM steel head

  • 2200 LBS 

 Any factory sealed 602 crate, must meet ALL GM specifications intake to oil pan with GM seals.

OPTION 1. MAX 362 cubic inch and 604 crate.

  1.  Any steel O.E.M. block, max. 362 cubic inch.

  2.  Any steel crank, 3.500 stroke, min 48 lb. including gear.

  3.  Any steel rod length  NO titanium or aluminum.

  4.  Any flat top piston, NO dome pistons allowed.

  5.  Flat tappet cam and lifters only. No roller or lifters.....

  6.  Any valve springs. No shaft rockers, Stud type only

  7.  Any  aftermarket 23 degrees head, one degree tolerance, NO raised runners allowed, NO porting or polishing, grinding, angle milling allowed whatsoever, max. Valves 2.02/1.6, stainless steel valves only. NO cc rule. 50lb forward firewall

  8.  Factory style one pc. Aluminum intake allowed.

9.Any 4 barrel carburetor allowed.

10.Any MSD style ignition allowed, no traction

      Control or stutter boxes allowed.

11.NO Tri-Y Headers.

12.No external oil pumps.

13.NO titanium parts of any kind.


  1.  Any sealed or unsealed 604 crate engine 2400lbs.

  2.  Factory seals are not required but must MEET all GM specs including cam, bore, stroke, heads, rocker arms, etc. Protested engine will be impounded and subject to the same protest rule as the NeSmith crate rules, engine will be impounded and taken to a qualified person and must meet all factory specifications.

OPTION 2: 602 unsealed Crate or 362 cubic inch with Any O.E.M. Type Heads

  1.  Any 602 unsealed crate engine, THE BOTTOM END MUST REMAIN 602. The heads must have O.E.M casting numbers but intake and rocker arms can be changed.

  2.  Same bottom end as the 362 cubic inch rule except heads.

  3. Heads must be steel O.E.M. 23 degrees. (Plus or minus 1 degree.) Must have GM NUMBERS in castings.

  4. Port and polishing allowed.

  5.  Any steel valve Max 2.02/1.6.

  6.  O.E.M. factory vortex allowed.

  7.  NO Dart, Bowtie, RHS, etc. Factory replacement type heads allowed.

  8. NO Tri-Y headers

  9. NO external oil pumps

  10. NO Titanium parts of any kind

OPTION 3 : SEALED 602 must meet gm specifications.

weight: 2200 Lbs. ​


This class is for beginners only!!! This means you HAVE NOT raced any dirt track class before or have raced less than 2 years. This class is for you to learn the basics of racing. Your progression will be evaluated and at that time you may be asked to move up. As stated at the beginning

    of 2020, if you win 3 times you will be evaluated whether to       move up.


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