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Street Outlaws No Prep Kings Official Tickets

RACER REGISTRATION -Tulsa Raceway 8/12 8/13

Fri 08/12/2022 - Sat 08/13/2022

 

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SMALL TIRE SHOOTOUT -FRIDAY 100% payback $100 Buy in
SMALL TIRE SHOOTOUT REGISTRATION - 100% payback. $100 BUY IN. FRIDAY. ENTRY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Entry into this event also provides entry for the driver only. RULES BELOW. ENTRY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Racers and crew must arrive at the track before 3 pm on Friday to complete registration and be parked. Crew tickets are $50 each for the weekend. Pit Parking is $60 for the weekend.
$100.00
STREET CAR 7.0 FRIDAY - 100% payback. $100 Buy In.
STREET CAR 7.0 - 100% payback, $100 Buy In. FRIDAY. ENTRY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Entry into this event also provides entry for the driver only. RULES BELOW. ENTRY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Racers and crew must arrive at the track before 3 pm on Friday to complete registration and be parked. Crew tickets are $50 each for the weekend. Pit Parking is $60 for the weekend.
$100.00
SMALL TIRE - SATURDAY $3000 GUARANTEED - $100 BUY IN.
SMALL TIRE BRAWL - SATURDAY $3000 GUARANTEED - $100 BUY IN. SATURDAY. ENTRY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
SMALL TIRE BRAWL - SATURDAY $3000 GUARANTEED - $100 BUY IN. RULES BELOW. ENTRY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Racers and crew must arrive at the track before 11am on Saturday to complete registration and be parked. Crew tickets are $50 each for the weekend. Pit Parking is $60 for the weekend.
$100.00
STREET CAR 7.0 -SATURDAY $3000 GUARANTEED, $100 BUY IN
STREET CAR 7.0 SATURDAY - $3000 GUARANTEED, $100 BUY IN. SATURDAY. ENTRY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Entry into this event also provides entry for the driver only. RULES BELOW. ENTRY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Racers and crew must arrive at the track before 11am on Saturday to complete registration and be parked. Crew tickets are $50 each for the weekend. Pit Parking is $60 for the weekend.
$100.00
FUTURE STREET OUTLAWS- SAT - $3k Guaranteed $500 BUY IN
FUTURE STREET OUTLAWS DRIVER RACE - SATURDAY $3000 GUARANTEED, $500 BUY IN. SATURDAY. ENTRY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
AT ANY TIME DURING THIS EVENT, ANY PARTICIPANT CAN BE INVITED TO THE STREET OUTLAWS INVITATIONAL. Entry into this event also provides entry for the driver only. RULES BELOW. ENTRY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Racers and crew must arrive at the track before 11am on Saturday to complete registration and be parked. Crew tickets are $50 each for the weekend. Pit Parking is $60 for the weekend.
$500.00
UNLIMITED/RUN WHAT YOU BRUNG -SAT - $5000 -$100 BUY IN
UNLIMITED/RUN WHAT YOU BRUNG - SATURDAY - $3000 GUARANTEED, $100 BUY IN. SATURDAY. ENTRY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
DOOR CARS ONLY - RUN WHAT YOU BRUNG. Entry into this event also provides entry for the driver only. RULES BELOW. ENTRY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Racers and crew must arrive at the track before 11am on Saturday to complete registration and be parked. Crew tickets are $50 each for the weekend. Pit Parking is $60 for the weekend.
$100.00
DAILY DRIVER - FOR THE FANS TO ENTER - SATURDAY
Daily Driver class for the Fans. BRING YOUR CAR and race other fans at the same track the Street outlaws cars go down. No pressure, all fun. Have the Street Outlaws cast help you stage and get going. It doesn't matter if you've race a dozen times or none at all. It doesn't matter if you have a sup'd up fast car or a minivan. We will pair you with the right car in the other lane to race. We want everyone to have fun! It's free to enter and If you win the event you get $500!
No Pressure, All fun. We want all the fans to experience the drag strip. Enter your minivan or sup'd up car and we will match you with the car car to race.
$0.00
Racer Pit Parking for Weekend
Racer Pit Parking. Each car/ trailer combo must purchase a Pit parking spot. Additional vehicles must also purchase a pit parking spot.
$60.00
Crew Band
The band is valid for Friday and Saturday.
This band gets one crew member entry into the venue for the weekend. This band allows the crew member access to the staging lanes and starting line ONLY when the car they represent is about to race. Once the car has run the crew member must vacate the starting line.
$50.00
CLICK. BUY. PRINT AT HOME.
EVENT HIGHLIGHTS
RACER REGISTRATION for all classes for the Tulsa Raceway Street Outlaws No Prep Kings 8/12/22 and 8/13/22

Event Details

Schedule of Events and Rules for classes open to outside registration.

RACER REGISTRATION ON SITE BEGINS FRIDAY at 8:30am. Arrive no earlier than that to park.

GENERAL RULES FOR ALL EVENTS:
General Rules for Each Class.
1. The racemaster has final say in all calls and discrepancies.
2. All races will be 1/8th mile, heads up, from a dig.
3. No times will be shown and no time slips will be given.
4. This is a NO PREP race. The racemaster will have sole discretion as to all maintenance done to the surface of the track.
5. All racers must attend a mandatory drivers meeting before each round. During the drivers meeting the racemaster will go over the rules and do pairings.
6. Pairings and lane choice will be decided with a chip draw.
7. Each racer can only draw one BYE. Competition byes do not count towards this.
8. The timing system will be determined by the racemaster. The racemaster will relay the specifics of the timing system during the drivers meeting.
9. If you jump, you lose. The red light means the race is over and the win is automatically given to the other driver. Chase is NOT a race.
10. WATER burnout only at the racers meeting, racers to decide on how many burnouts. Racemaster will make final decision if need be. The drivers can burnout past the starting line.
11. Crossing the center line will result in disqualification, unless the race is over.
12. If a piece of your car comes off and goes into the other lane IN FRONT of your competitor you lose, unless the race is over.
13. There will be ONE 10 minute call to the lanes. When the time between rounds is up, you must be in the staging lane or you can be disqualified.
14. All cars must pass track safety inspection and meet the class rules outlined on the next page. Driver is required to wear all required safety gear, according to track policies. Track staff will have final say on safety inspection and must sign off on the tech card before a racer makes a pass down the track.
15. Engine diapers mandatory for all classes
16. All cars must have NHRA or IHRA chassis certification


FRIDAY EVENTS

SMALL TIRE SHOOTOUT - $100 Buy In. 100% payout. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Rules: 28x10.5 non-W, max 3 in over factory wheel base, no wheelie bars, factory VIN for
year/make/model, Car must have steel quarters and steel roof (OEM Corvette fiberglass OK).

STREET CAR 7.0 -$100 Buy In. 100% payout. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Door Cars Only
Rules: No optical sensors, or gps assisted timing controllers.
Electric or pneumatic throttle stops are permitted,
Delay boxes are permitted,
Electric or air shifters are permitted,
7.0 breakout.

Engine Diapers mandatory .

STREET OUTLAWS INVITATIONAL GRUDGE RACING - Invite Only.



SATURDAY EVENTS

SMALL TIRE BRAWL - $3000 Guaranteed, $100 Buy In. - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
28x10.5 non W or smaller
No wheelie bars
Wheel base must be +\- 3 from stock
Car must have steel quarters and steel roof (OEM Corvette fiberglass OK).
Racers and crew must arrive at the track before 3 pm on Friday to complete registration and be parked. Crew tickets are $50 each for the weekend and must be purchased with entry fee. Parking is $60 for the weekend.


STREET CAR 7.0 - $3000 Guaranteed, $100 Buy In. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Door cars only,
Rules: No optical sensors, or gps assisted timing controllers.
Electric or pneumatic throttle stops are permitted,
Delay boxes are permitted,
Electric or air shifters are permitted,
7.0 breakout.
Engine Diapers mandatory .

Racers and crew must arrive at the track before 3 pm on Friday to complete registration and be parked. Crew tickets are $50 each for the weekend and must be purchased with entry fee. Parking is $60 for the weekend..

FUTURE STREET OUTLAWS RACE - $3000 Guaranteed, $500 Buy In. - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. At any time, any participant in this event, at the discretion of Producers, can be pulled into the Street Outlaws Main Event Invitational. Rules for this event mimic the Street Outlaws Invitational.
Racers and crew must arrive at the track before 11 am on Saturday to complete registration and be parked. Crew tickets are $50 each for the weekend and must be purchased with entry fee. Parking is $60 for the weekend.

1. All rounds will be 1/8th mile, heads up from a dig
2. Green Light Start (exact green method will depend on the applicable track's tree, and is to be determined in NPK Rules Committee 's sole discretion in consultation with Producer and Compliance)
3. Red Light Active
a) If a Racer jumps, they lose
b) Red light means the race is over and the win is automatically given to the other driver.
c) Chase is NOT a race
4. Water burnout only - No more than two burnouts. If required, the NPK Rules Committee will make final decision if necessary.
5. Crossing the center line between start/finish line will result in disqualification.
6. If a piece of a Racer's vehicle comes off and goes into the other lane IN FRONT of the competitor Racer, they lose (zip ties and duct tape are Racer's friends) unless the Race is over.
7. This is NO PREP. The NPK Rules Committee will have sole discretion as to all maintenance done to the surface of the track
8. In the first round of each Race, call outs are allowed before the chip draw. No call outs for any other round. For all call-outs each car must make it to the 660 mark on its own power. If not, then neither Racer gets the points for that run, but the winning Vehicle will proceed to the next round. If someone redlights, each vehicle still must make a pass to the 660.
9. Once at the entry to the burnout box, Racers will be given 2 minutes to start and proceed forward when instructed by official to do so. Time clock will be controlled by NPK Rules Committee or a track official.
10. Once any Racer enters the burnout box, the second Racer must also enter within 2 minutes
11. After the first Racer starts burnout, the second Racer has 1 minute to start their burnout, and after the second Racer burnout, Racers have 1 minutes to stage.
12. If a problem arises with a Racer's vehicle after they cross the ready line, the Racer will be given 1 minute to address the issue and continue. Time clock will be controlled by NPK Rules Committee or a track official..
13. Track officials and/or the race starter have authority to monitor vehicle and safety equipment. Failure to utilize all safety equipment, water, oil or fuel on the track from competitor and/or creating an unsafe condition may result in a "loss of run” and will be solely left to the starters' discretion.
14. Courtesy stage active
15. After each run of the Race, the vehicle must cross the scales with same Participant driver with no tow vehicle connected. Loose ballast is grounds for disqualification of the run and/or the Race.
16. In consideration of fuel loss, vehicle must be within 15lbs of required weight. No Exceptions. At 16lbs the run will be disqualified.
17. Any accidental loss of weight will be taken into consideration and final call to be made by NPK Rules Committee

Rules are subject to change by Producer from time to time, with or without notice, in Producer’s sole discretion. All determinations made by Producer in connection with the interpretation and implementation of these Tournament Rules shall be final, binding, and not subject to challenge or appeal.
1. OVERVIEW AND ELIGIBILITY
a. Vehicle Eligibility:
i. All vehicles must pass track safety inspection and meet the class rules of the Vehicle Guidelines outlined herein conducted by the applicable track staff and the no prep king technical advisors (“NPK Tech Team”).
ii. Racers are required to have installed and wear all required safety gear and equipment in accordance with the track and NPK policies. Track staff and the NPK Tech Team will have final say on safety inspection and must sign off on the tech card before a Racer makes a pass down the track.
iii. Each vehicle must provide their current NHRA ETI (Extended Technical Inspection) certification upon request. The ETI will remain in effect for remainder of the Tournament.
iv. Failure to use and keep all SFI safety equipment and combinations current through the duration of the Tournament will be grounds for disqualification.
v. If any combination is changed resulting in a change in the minimum weight requirement of the car, the NPK Tech Team or rules committee must be notified before making another run in any Race.
b. Vehicle substitutions:
i. Participants may substitute their vehicle and/or acquire a new vehicle so long as such replacement vehicle also meets the Vehicle Guidelines and is approved by Producer. Each Participant must seek and obtain such pre-approval of any vehicle changes before the start of racing at the Event where they wish to make the substitution. i.e. - they must drive the vehicle that the Producers have approved for the tournament.
ii. Unless approved by Producer, no swapping out vehicles will be permitted unless a vehicle is broken.
iii. Racers must race same vehicle both nights of the Race weekend.
2. VEHICLE GUIDELINES
a. Body:
i. All entries must maintain the factory wheelbase, plus or minus (+ or -) 3 inches maximum, and an overall OEM factory style and external/outwardly appearance of year, make, and model being represented. Any modifications that change the external appearance of the vehicle must be approved by producers before they will be allowed to compete.
ii. Aftermarket and modified front ends are permitted but must maintain an overall factory style, appearance, and proportions, of year, make, and model being represented. Front ends may be extended no more than 3 inches behind the spindle or 2 inches in front of the spindle to achieve up to a maximum 47” overhang measured from center of the front spindle to front edge of the bumper or valence.
iii. An extended beam-tripper is permitted and can achieve a maximum 47” overhang measured from center of the front spindle to front edge of the beam-tripper. Beam-tripper must maintain 3” minimum ground clearance.
iv. Model and year specific composite bodies (Corvette) and OEM composite roof panel (4th Gen Camaro/Firebird) permitted for the vehicle being represented.
v. Vehicles must have full steel roof, full steel quarters, and OEM Factory VIN tag affixed as close as possible to the factory location. Steel panel overlays of any kind are prohibited.
vi. Rear Spoiler or Wing:
1. The maximum length of wing deck is 20 inches measured from the center of the trailing edge of the original deck lid location to the trailing edge of the center of the wing.
2. The leading edge of the wing deck may not extend towards the rear window more than one third of the original deck lid length.
3. The maximum wicker bill height is 2 inches at any point along the trailing edge of the wing. Any positive wing angle is considered for 2” maximum wicker height.
4. The maximum sill plate size is 27 inches long, 8 inches tall, and only a maximum of 2 inches in height may extend above the wing deck surface.
vii. Repairs or Construction of Vehicles: Before proceeding with any builds or changes that do not fit within the Vehicle Guidelines of the Tournament Rules, racer should submit proposed changes to NPK Rules Committee for approval.
b. General vehicle guidelines
i. The use of dual power adders is prohibited.
ii. Vehicles must be able to pass NHRA Advanced E.T. tech for the weight and speed that each vehicle is capable of running.
iii. All vehicles must have a neutral safety switch in working order.
iv. All vehicles must have two working taillights and must have them on after sundown.
v. Front / side exit style headers must have turn ups or be directed away from starting line sensors.
c. Weight Limitations/Specifications:
i. All vehicles’ weights must conform to the following criteria:
Engine Power Adder Base Weight
Small Block Naturally Aspirated Unlimited
Big Block Naturally Aspirated Unlimited
Big Block Nitrous (4.840” bore space or smaller) 2350
Big Block Nitrous (4.841” to 5.00” bore space) 2400
Big Block Nitrous (5.01” bore space or greater) 2500
6cyl Prod. Engine* Single Turbo 2400
Small Block Single Turbo 2450
Small Block Twin Turbo – Up to 88mm 2500
Small Block Twin Turbo – Larger than 88mm 2600
Small Block Centrifugal 2500
Big Block Centrifugal up to 121mm 2650
Big Block Centrifugal 122 to 136mm 2750
Big Block Centrifugal 137 to 145mm 2850
Big Block Twin Turbo – Up to 88mm 2850
Big Block Twin Turbo – Larger than 88mm (98mm max) 2950
Big Block Single Turbo 145mm max 2650
Small Block Roots Blower 2500
Big Block Roots Blower 2600
Small Block Screw 2700
Big Block Screw 98% max overdrive 2800
*For vehicles using the original manufactures production engine for the year and model of car being represented.


d. General Weight Additions / Deductions:
i. Vehicles running a taller than 34.5 inch sidewall designation tire must add 50lbs.
ii. All big block entries 585 cubic inches and smaller (Non 481X or non-Hemispherical head on any Big Block) with an OEM bore space (4.84 Chevy, 4.900 Ford, and 4.800 Chrysler or smaller bore space) may deduct 100 lbs. from their original base weight.
iii. Big Block combinations with cast block and cast heads may deduct 100 lbs. from their original base weight.
iv. Any supercharged or turbocharged combination with Lock Up convertor or transmission or a lock-up style bell housing must add 50 lbs. Any combination without Lock Up convertor or transmission and running a non-lockup bell housing may deduct 50lbs.
v. Cubic inch claims may be verified by P & G method. If P & G method fails to verify the cubic inch claim, the head may be removed, and engine displacement verified by bore and stroke method of measurement.
e. Small Block Engine:
i. All entries using a small block engine have a maximum cubic inch size of 500 cubic inches.
ii. All engines 501 cubic inches and above will follow big block combo minimum weights.
iii. No weight added for 4.500 bore space and smaller
iv. Small blocks with 4.501 to 4.600 bore space add 100 lbs.
v. Maximum permitted bore space is 4.600 inches. for all non-OEM small blocks.
vi. The maximum permitted deck height is 10.200 inches for all non-OEM small blocks.
vii. AMC and Pontiac engines with OEM port layout, OEM deck height and OEM bore space can be considered small block when 500 CID or less.
f. Oil Retention Device: Every vehicle must have a properly sized oil retention device in working order prior to entering the waterbox.
g. Turbocharger: The maximum size for any and/or all entries using twin turbochargers is 98mm or 3.850 inches. Any type of reducer that decreases the inlet dimension, to lower class weight, is prohibited. Compressor wheel / impeller must only be constructed of cast or billet aluminum. Turbine wheels are only allowed to be constructed from Inconel material. Turbocharger size will be verified by one or both of the following methods:
i. By measuring the housing bore at the leading edge of the impeller wheel. The maximum diameter of the housing bore at the leading edge of the impeller wheel may not exceed 2mm more than the maximum allowable turbocharger size permitted in this class.
ii. By measuring the impeller inducer wheel where the leading edge of the inducer wheel meets the housing. The wheel/blade contour from the inducer to the exducer must be continuous without steps.
h. Water, Methanol or Substance Injection: The use of water, methanol or substance injection on any boosted vehicle is prohibited.
i. Any use of injector or nozzle forward of the intake plenum or throttle body is prohibited.
j. Nitrous plates, bottles, solenoids, or lines are prohibited on any vehicle unless nitrous is the sole power adder.
k. Nitrous:
i. Nitrous bottles must be securely mounted (no rachet straps or bungy cords, etc.)
ii. Nitrous bottles must be vented with a pop off to outside of the vehicle.
iii. The use of external flame type device for heating of bottles is prohibited.
iv. Any use of nitrous in non-nitrous combinations is prohibited. (e.g.: shifter, waste gates, parachute systems, etc.)
l. Intercoolers:
i. Intercoolers are only allowed on centrifugal and turbocharged entries.
ii. Air-to-Air or Air-to-Water intercoolers are the only intercoolers permitted for gasoline powered entries.
iii. Air, water, and ice are the only allowed substances in the intercoolers or the intercooler reservoirs.
m. Fuel:
i. M1-Methanol and race gas are permitted.
ii. Any use of M3, M5, nitromethane, polypropylene, and/or hydrazine are prohibited.
iii. Methanol must be pure U.S. federal grades A or AA without the addition of additives, masking agents or any other substances.
iv. NPK Tech Dept reserves the right to check fuel at any time. Failure to pass fuel check is grounds for disqualification from the event.
n. Drivetrain: Any transmission, torque convertor, and clutch permitted. Direct drives are prohibited. Driveshaft meeting SFI 43.1 spec is required.
o. Chassis:
i. All vehicles must have a chassis that meets the guidelines set by SFI for their respective speed and elapsed time potential.
ii. A valid NHRA serialized chassis certification sticker is mandatory at an NHRA Member Track. NHRA competition license and chassis cert are accepted at ALL event locations.
p. Ground Clearance: Minimum ground clearance is 3” from the leading edge of the car to the front spindle, and 2” from the spindle to the centerline of the rear axle.
q. Ballast: Any ballast or other additions to the vehicle to make weight or for any other reason must be securely mounted (no rachet straps, bungy cords, etc.) to the frame or chassis of the vehicle.
r. Starter: All entries must be self-starting from inside the vehicle.
s. Master Cut-off Switch: An operable and clearly designated external master cut-off switch at the rear of the vehicle is mandatory.
t. Tow Vehicles: The use of tow or push vehicles is permitted.
u. NHRA Note: It is the Participant’s responsibility to familiarize themselves with the No Prep Kings class requirements as well as all NHRA safety requirements and general regulations. The Participant agrees they bear the ultimate responsibility when it comes to safety and how the Participant and the vehicle comply with the NHRA rule book.


UNLIMITED BIG TIRE (RUN WHAT YOU BRUNG)- $3k Guaranteed - $100 Buy In. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Door Cars.
Run what you brung, must have NHRA/IHRA chassis certification
Racers and crew must arrive at the track before 11 am on Saturday to complete registration and be parked. Crew tickets are $50 each for the weekend and must be purchased with entry fee. Parking is $60 for the weekend.

DAILY DRIVER - $500 GUARANTEED, FREE TO ENTER. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Rules: Must be tagged, titled, and insured. Factory glass, body panels, and frame. Full interior required. No roll cage or roll bars, unless factory installed. No trans-brakes or two-steps. No parachutes. No slicks or drag radials (200 treadwear minimum on tires). Pump gas only. Full exhaust. Must be able to hot lap. Must wear helmet.

STREET OUTLAWS INVITATIONAL - Invite Only.

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