1.  The roll cage shall be constructed using 1.50 or 1.75 inch outside diameter steel tubing or greater with a minimum wall thickness .095 inches.  No tubing on the car can be greater than 2 inches in diameter.  Six point cage consisting of four-point center section and “kicker bars”. Kickers may be “X” braced. Center section of cage must consist of main hoop with “X” bracing and halo that clears the driver’s head when he/she is strapped in with his/her helmet on.  The four points of the cage center section must be securely welded to the car’s frame rails or mounted on a steel 4x4 pads welded to uni-bodies. Windshield bar required.  A minimum of three driver’s side door bars are required to be plated with at least 18 gauge steel metal plating.  Passenger side “Z” bracing required-minimum.  Driver and passenger doors may be gutted as necessary to fit the cage.  Doors must be securely fastened, if running two (2) seats; passenger side needs to be the same requirements as driver’s side door.

2.  Front cage hoop permitted.  Inner fender wells may be removed.

3.  Roll bar padding is mandatory where driver can come in contact with the cage. All roll bar padding in driver’s compartment must be fire retardant.

4.  Nerf bar may extend up to 2” beyond factory body and must terminate inward and contain no sharp edges.


1.   Fuel cell is mandatory. Must be located in trunk mounted securely. Pickup trucks must use a metal enclosed fuel cell mounted securely in the bed area between the frame rails. Metal enclosed fuel cells must use no greater that ten (10) gauge steel bar/material. If fuel cell is dropped below car must be surrounded by at least 18 gauge covering bottom of fuel cell. No more than three (3) foot of rubber hose on fuel system may be hooked to stock fuel line. Must have ground strap. Steel fuel filters only.  Each fuel cell must be fuel tight and have a functional roll over valve.

2.   Fuel cell must be mounted by at least 2- 2X1/4” steel strap completely surrounding the cell.  If fuel cell is plastic, it must have 18 gauge steel covering the lower half.

3.   Fuel transfer must not be the lowest point of the vehicle.  Fuel line must not touch the ground at anytime.  Fuel cells must have a ground clearance of at least 10”.

1.  Drivers must have Snell 2005 or better rated helmet.  The strap and clasp must be in good functional condition.  Helmet must not have any cracks.  Helmet must be worn at all times while vehicle is on the track and must accompany vehicle at time of inspection.

1.  Driving suit, gloves, racing shoes, and neck roll are mandatory and must be SFI-approved fire retardant.  SFI approved head-socks and Hans/Hutchins devices are highly recommended. Driver’s using a Hans/Hutchins device are exempt from using a neck roll. All safety gear must be in good condition. No rips or frayed edges in driving suits.


1.  Window net will be mounted so it can be accessible by the driver and Safety Crew.  Webbed net only, minimum size of 16”X20”.  Window nets must be SFI approved.

1.  All vehicles must have an aluminum seat fastened to the roll cage ONLY. Do not attach to car body.  Seat must be mounted with 4-3/8” bolts, in at least four (4) points.  Side bolsters and side impact head supports are recommended.

2.  Seat covers and padding must be fire retardant. Cover must be in good condition. No rips or holes. 

3.Five (5) point type harnesses required with three (3) inch waist and shoulder straps.  Belts may be no more than three (3) years old.  All belts must be roll bar type or securely mounted to roll cage.  NO worn or sun rotted belts.  Tattered fibers, nonfunctional clasps and insufficient mounting points will be cause for vehicle to fail tech.

1.  Battery must be securely mounted in a box within the driver’s compartment, marine type or better. One battery only per car. NO BATTERY IN TRUNK OF VEHICLE.  A battery kill switch is mandatory and must be in the reach of the driver and Safety Crew.

2.  Driver’s compartment must be sealed from engine and fuel cell by at least an 18 gauge steel sheet. Driver must do everything possible to keep the driver’s compartment completely sealed off from the engine and trunk area.  No loose objects in the cab.  NO mirrors allowed.

3.  Any fluid transferred through cab must be double walled steel and securely fastened and to be shielded from the driver.  Subject to tech approval.

4.  All glass and trim must be removed.  No additional gutting or removal of sheet metal is allowed. Except for hood. Replacement body parts must be steel only.

5.   Brakes must function on all four wheels.  No adjustable brake proportioning valves of any kind or shut off devices.  Emergency brake cable must be cut or removed. Any non functional brake may result in disqualification. Subject to tech approval.  All brake components including pedal, calipers, rotors, spindles, drums and related sub-components must be in stock location.  Aftermarket master cylinder allowed

Next Race
Will Be June
5th & 6th