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RACER REGISTRATION- NPK ALL CLASSES National Trail

Fri May 31, 2024 - Sat Jun 01, 2024
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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 $60 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 $60 each for the weekend. Pit Parking is $60 for the weekend.
$100.00
MODERN HOT ROD - FRIDAY 100% payback $100 BUY IN
MODERN HOT ROD - 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 $60 each for the weekend. Pit Parking is $60 for the weekend.
$100.00
SMALL TIRE - SATURDAY $5000 GUARANTEED - $100 BUY IN.
SMALL TIRE BRAWL - SATURDAY $5000 GUARANTEED - $100 BUY IN. SATURDAY. ENTRY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
SMALL TIRE BRAWL - SATURDAY $5000 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 $60 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 $60 each for the weekend. Pit Parking is $60 for the weekend.
$100.00
MODERN HOT ROD - Saturday $2500 GUARANTEED, $100 BUY IN
MODERN HOT ROD - SATURDAY - $2500 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 $60 each for the weekend. Pit Parking is $60 for the weekend.
$100.00
UNLIMITED/RUN WHAT YOU BRUNG -SAT - $2000 -$100 BUY IN
UNLIMITED/RUN WHAT YOU BRUNG - SATURDAY - $2000 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 $60 each for the weekend. Pit Parking is $60 for the weekend.
$100.00
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.
$60.00
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CONTACT ORGANIZER
EVENT HIGHLIGHTS
RACER REGISTRATION for all PUBLIC classes for the National Trail Raceway on May 31st & June 1, 2024

Event Details

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

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
17. An individual class/ event can be cancelled at any time and all entry money returned to the entrants for any reason including weather, delays, not enough entries, etc.

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.

MODERN HOT ROD - $100 Buy In. 100% payout. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Modern Hot Rod is for cars with OE bodies and frames using bolt-on performance
parts.
2 Classes:
N/A
Power Adder
BODY
•Must use an all-steel OE body including doors, fenders, and trunk lid or hatch. OE
Corvette bodies are allowed.
•The following are the only non-OE-production exterior body panels that may be
madnon-metal materials:
1) bumpers
2) hoods
All windows must be made of safety glass with the exception of pickup and El
Camino/Ranchero rear windows.
•An OE production grille, or an exact replica, for the body’s year, make, and model must
be used and cannot be blocked from the front.
•Stock, reproduction, or replica front and rear bumpers are required. Rear bumpers are
not required on pickups.
•Deck spoilers must be of OE design for the year/make/model of the body.
• Front air dams or splitters must be of OE design for the year/make/model of the body.
•The body may not be altered from the stock shape. No chopping, no sectioning, no
narrowing, no pinching, no stretching, no sloping of the nose, no relocating the front
wheel openings, no quarter-panel moving or reshaping, no wheel tubs protruding
outside the stock exterior body lines.
•Must use stock floorpans from the firewall to behind the driver seat. Stock floorpans
are defined as those with original contours in the original location, made of the original
material, and welded to the rocker panels and firewall in the original location. Flat steel
non-OE floors are not allowed. Floorpans may be notched for subframe connectors,
rollcage tubes, or transmission clearance. Spare-tire wells may be cutout and filled.
• Widened or fabricated wheel tubs are allowed.

INTERIOR
•Must have driver and passenger seats and a fully upholstered interior.
•Must use the stock dash structure.
•May not have driver set back past the stock location.
CHASSIS
•Must use the complete stock frame or subframe(s) from bumper to bumper.
•Subframe connectors, tubular transmission crossmembers, and bolt-in tubular front
crossmembers are allowed.
•Rear framerails may be notched and boxed for tire clearance but must be in the stock
location, must remain structural as intended by the OE manufacturer, and may not be
supported or reinforced by non-original methods (though a custom upper- shock
crossmember that spans from framerail to framerail is allowed).
•May not use a rollcage design that includes the use of a Funny Car–type protective
structure around the
driver.
•Engine may not be set back past the stock firewall location.
No modification allowed that could be considered a body drop or channeling. The body
can not be lowered over stock framerails.
FRONT SUSPENSION
•The front suspension may use aftermarket components, but they must be commonly
available from a recognized manufacturer and they must bolt in place on the stock
frame. Minor welding as instructed by the parts manufacturer is allowed.
•Non-stock strut conversions are prohibited.
•Aftermarket or fabricated front suspensions or front clips that replace the stock
framerails forward of the firewall are prohibited.
Rack & Pinion Conversions Allowed
Bolt in K members allowed

REAR SUSPENSION
•The rear suspension may use aftermarket components, but they must be commonly
available from a recognized manufacturer, and they must bolt in place on the stock
frame in the original pickup points. Minor welding as instructed by the parts
manufacturer is allowed.
•Bolt-in or weld-in parallel four-links, ladder bars, non-stock watts links, non-stock
wishbones, and non- stock track locators are prohibited.
•Panhard bars may only be used on cars factory-equipped with Panhard bars and must
be located in the stock brackets.
•The rear suspension must retain the stock concept: OE leaf-spring cars must use leaf
springs, OE coil-spring cars must use coil springs in the stock location, OE triangulated
four-link cars must use triangulated four-links, OE torque-arm cars must use torque
arms, and so on.
•Rear coilover conversions are only allowed on vehicles that were OE equipped
with rear coil springs. Coilover conversions must be commonly available from a
recognized manufacturer and they must bolt in place on the stock frame.
•Relocated shock mounting points are allowed and the mounts may be custom
fabricated.
•Typical mini-tub techniques, such as relocating leaf springs inboard, are allowed.
• Weld-in rear sway-bar kits are allowed.
•IRS-to-solid-axle conversions are not allowed. Exception: Mustang Cobras that came
stock with IRS may use solid axles if stock Mustang triangulated-four-link suspension is
used.
EXHAUST
Full exhaust to rear end
STEERING
•Rack-and-pinion conversions are allowed.

WHEELS AND TIRES

• DOT Tire no greater than 28 inches tall and 11.5 inches wide at the tread, as
measured with a go/no-go gauge with the tire carrying the vehicle’s weight and at 20 psi
of tire pressure. Tire edges may not be shaved or cut to meet the 11.5 inch maximum.

ENGINE: LS, LT, Coyote, Gen II & III Hemi, Godzilla, J2Z
•Engines must be based upon cylinder-block architecture offered by an OE
manufacturer for use in production-line passenger cars. Altered bore spacing is
prohibited. Stock deck height
•Billet engine blocks and cylinder heads prohibited.
No Intercoolers behind firewall.
Fuel:
No Methanol
No Dual Fuel
DRIVETRAIN
•Lenco-type transmission prohibited
SAFETY
All cars must meet NHRA / IHRA Racetrack safety requirements for their speed.
MINIMUM WEIGHT
• Race weight with no cargo must be no less than 3,200 pounds with driver.
Cars must be able to drive a minimum of 50 miles with no stops for refueling or cool
down and / or sit idle in lane for up to 30 minutes.
After each round cars must be able to immediately return to staging lanes for second
round within 15 minutes of last pair.
Must be able to run back-to-back round without cooldown or refueling.
Designated Tech Official will have the final call on any rule discrepancies.

Engine Diapers mandatory .



SATURDAY EVENTS

SMALL TIRE BRAWL - $5000 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..


MODERN HOT ROD - $2500 Guaranteed, $100 Buy In. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Modern Hot Rod is for cars with OE bodies and frames using bolt-on performance
parts.
2 Classes:
N/A
Power Adder
BODY
•Must use an all-steel OE body including doors, fenders, and trunk lid or hatch. OE
Corvette bodies are allowed.
•The following are the only non-OE-production exterior body panels that may be
madnon-metal materials:
1) bumpers
2) hoods
All windows must be made of safety glass with the exception of pickup and El
Camino/Ranchero rear windows.
•An OE production grille, or an exact replica, for the body’s year, make, and model must
be used and cannot be blocked from the front.
•Stock, reproduction, or replica front and rear bumpers are required. Rear bumpers are
not required on pickups.
•Deck spoilers must be of OE design for the year/make/model of the body.
• Front air dams or splitters must be of OE design for the year/make/model of the body.
•The body may not be altered from the stock shape. No chopping, no sectioning, no
narrowing, no pinching, no stretching, no sloping of the nose, no relocating the front
wheel openings, no quarter-panel moving or reshaping, no wheel tubs protruding
outside the stock exterior body lines.
•Must use stock floorpans from the firewall to behind the driver seat. Stock floorpans
are defined as those with original contours in the original location, made of the original
material, and welded to the rocker panels and firewall in the original location. Flat steel
non-OE floors are not allowed. Floorpans may be notched for subframe connectors,
rollcage tubes, or transmission clearance. Spare-tire wells may be cutout and filled.
• Widened or fabricated wheel tubs are allowed.
INTERIOR
•Must have driver and passenger seats and a fully upholstered interior.
•Must use the stock dash structure.
•May not have driver set back past the stock location.
CHASSIS
•Must use the complete stock frame or subframe(s) from bumper to bumper.
•Subframe connectors, tubular transmission crossmembers, and bolt-in tubular front
crossmembers are allowed.
•Rear framerails may be notched and boxed for tire clearance but must be in the stock
location, must remain structural as intended by the OE manufacturer, and may not be
supported or reinforced by non-original methods (though a custom upper- shock
crossmember that spans from framerail to framerail is allowed).
•May not use a rollcage design that includes the use of a Funny Car–type protective
structure around the
driver.
•Engine may not be set back past the stock firewall location.
No modification allowed that could be considered a body drop or channeling. The body
can not be lowered over stock framerails.
FRONT SUSPENSION
•The front suspension may use aftermarket components, but they must be commonly
available from a recognized manufacturer and they must bolt in place on the stock
frame. Minor welding as instructed by the parts manufacturer is allowed.
•Non-stock strut conversions are prohibited.
•Aftermarket or fabricated front suspensions or front clips that replace the stock
framerails forward of the firewall are prohibited.
Rack & Pinion Conversions Allowed
Bolt in K members allowed
REAR SUSPENSION
•The rear suspension may use aftermarket components, but they must be commonly
available from a recognized manufacturer, and they must bolt in place on the stock
frame in the original pickup points. Minor welding as instructed by the parts
manufacturer is allowed.
•Bolt-in or weld-in parallel four-links, ladder bars, non-stock watts links, non-stock
wishbones, and non- stock track locators are prohibited.
•Panhard bars may only be used on cars factory-equipped with Panhard bars and must
be located in the stock brackets.
•The rear suspension must retain the stock concept: OE leaf-spring cars must use leaf
springs, OE coil-spring cars must use coil springs in the stock location, OE triangulated
four-link cars must use triangulated four-links, OE torque-arm cars must use torque
arms, and so on.
•Rear coilover conversions are only allowed on vehicles that were OE equipped
with rear coil springs. Coilover conversions must be commonly available from a
recognized manufacturer and they must bolt in place on the stock frame.
•Relocated shock mounting points are allowed and the mounts may be custom
fabricated.
•Typical mini-tub techniques, such as relocating leaf springs inboard, are allowed.
• Weld-in rear sway-bar kits are allowed.
•IRS-to-solid-axle conversions are not allowed. Exception: Mustang Cobras that came
stock with IRS may use solid axles if stock Mustang triangulated-four-link suspension is
used.
EXHAUST
Full exhaust to rear end
STEERING
•Rack-and-pinion conversions are allowed.

WHEELS AND TIRES
• DOT Tire no greater than 28 inches tall and 11.5 inches wide at the tread, as
measured with a go/no-go gauge with the tire carrying the vehicle’s weight and at 20 psi
of tire pressure. Tire edges may not be shaved or cut to meet the 11.5 inch maximum.

ENGINE: LS, LT, Coyote, Gen II & III Hemi, Godzilla, J2Z
•Engines must be based upon cylinder-block architecture offered by an OE
manufacturer for use in production-line passenger cars. Altered bore spacing is
prohibited. Stock deck height
•Billet engine blocks and cylinder heads prohibited.
No Intercoolers behind firewall.
Fuel:
No Methanol
No Dual Fuel
DRIVETRAIN
•Lenco-type transmission prohibited

SAFETY
All cars must meet NHRA / IHRA Racetrack safety requirements for their speed.
MINIMUM WEIGHT
• Race weight with no cargo must be no less than 3,200 pounds with driver.
Cars must be able to drive a minimum of 50 miles with no stops for refueling or cool
down and / or sit idle in lane for up to 30 minutes.
After each round cars must be able to immediately return to staging lanes for second
round within 15 minutes of last pair.
Must be able to run back-to-back round without cooldown or refueling.
Designated Tech Official will have the final call on any rule discrepancies.

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, 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.

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