Racing Registration Heartland Motorsports Park
Fri 06/22/2018 - Sat 06/23/2018
Event DetailsGeneral 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. Forty-five minute cool-down time will be provided between each round, with the exception of the daily driver class. The 45-minute clock starts when the last pair of the previous round goes down the track and ends when the first pair goes down the track in the next round.
14. There will be ONE 20 minute call to the lanes (this can be at the drivers meeting) and 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.
15. 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.
16. All cars must have NHRA or IHRA chassis certification (Daily Driver exempt from this certification but will go through tech inspection by the track for safety).
Event Specific Rules:
Street Outlaws Invitational rules apply to the:
Race Your Way In (FridayMust be at track by 12 pm)
Rules: Steel roof and quarters, VIN, (+/-) 3 inches from stock wheelbase, must have NHRA/IHRA chassis certification.
Entry Fee: $500
No Prep Kings is a heads-up 1/8th mile class. The use of dual power adders is prohibited. All entries must maintain the factory wheelbase of year, make, and model being used, + 3 inches maximum and an external/outwardly appearance for year, make and model being used. Cars must have steel roof, steel quarters, and VIN. Cars must be able to pass IHRA/NHRA tech for the weight and speed that the cars run.
1.The No Prep Championship Tournament will include 9 Events on the no-prep circuit (each a Race, collectively the Tournament). Each Race will be invite only and there will be no buy-in. Racers (as defined below) will compete at each Race for individual Race Prize(s) (which will be disclosed in writing prior to each Event), as well as an overall points championship Tournament Prize (which is currently t.b.d). Racers shall be defined as the invited Participant and their vehicle listed below in the signature block of this document. Racers may substitute their vehicle and/or acquire a new vehicle so long as such replacement vehicle meets the No Prep invitation guidelines and is approved by Producer. These Tournament Rules are based on generally accepted no-prep rules by which each Event has agreed to abide. All Racers shall be notified of any material changes to these Tournament Rules prior to any Race. These Tournament Rules may also be modified by mutually agreement of all Racers during each Races Racers meeting.
2.Chuck Seitsinger will be the race master (Racemaster) for each Race. If Chuck Seitsinger is not available, then an alternate Racemaster shall be appointed by Producer. The Racemaster (in its sole discretion) will be the arbiter and the ultimate final decision maker on all elements related to the race, including placing, rule breaking, discrepancies, and winning, in consultation with Producer and the compliance specialist. If the Racemaster is involved in a disputed race it will be decided with a vote from the top three points leaders, unless (i) the Racemaster is in the top 3, then the Racemasters vote would go to 4th place points leader; or (ii) there is more than 3 top points leaders, then Producer shall randomly select 3 out of all top points leaders. Producer and Network may also engage a third-party compliance specialist to ensure adherence to these Tournament Rules and generally accepted fairness principles.
3.In its sole discretion, Producer may, but is in no way obligated to, award consolation prizes or other prizes
4.If Participant wins any prize, including, without limitation, the Race Prize or the Tournament Prize, Participant is solely responsible for any and all Local, State, or Federal taxes that may be incurred as a result of winning the Race Prize. Any prize winner must submit a form W-9 and will receive a Form 1099, which is the form used to report such prize winnings to the IRS. Participants in the final four (4) of any Event Race who are eligible for the Race Prize may mutually agree to share the Race Prize in the event one (1) of the final four (4) Racers are declared winner provided any such split of the Race Prize must be weighted with larger amounts awarded to the 1st and 2nd place winners.
5.Participant acknowledges that in order to be eligible for the opportunity to win a Race Prize or the Tournament, Participant must: (i) be at least 18 years of age at the time of participation; (ii) be a legal resident of the United States; and (iii) abide by these Tournament Rules and the terms and conditions of the Release concurrently signed herewith.
6.Participant represents and warrants: (a) Participant has not and shall not: (i) provide or accept any consideration, monetary or otherwise, in order to influence the outcome of the Races; (ii) take any action to affect the safe and fair outcome of the Races or the Tournament, including, without limitation, cheating, insubordination, dishonesty, intoxication, or failure, refusal or neglecting to follow the reasonable safety instructions of Producer and the Racemaster; and (iii) take any action that is contrary to social conventions or public morals or decency, including participation in any adult media or commission of any act (in the past or present) which degrades Participant, Producer, or the network or the program or brings any such person or entity into public disrepute, contempt, scandal or ridicule; and (b) Participant will abide by and conduct themselves in accordance with (i) all Tournament Rules; (ii) due regard and respect for other participants; and (ii) applicable international, national, federal, state, local and industry laws, rules and regulations.
7.In the event Participant engages in any behavior in violation of Paragraph I.5. above, Racer shall not be permitted to compete in the Tournament or any Race. In the event Participate engages in behavior in violation of any provision of these Tournament Rules, including without limitation Paragraph I.6., Producer, in its sole and complete discretion, may deduct points, disqualify and/or suspend Racers.
II.RACER, VEHICLES AND CLASS OVERVIEW
1.Racers shall be determined by pre-approved invitation only in accordance with Section III B below.
2.No Prep Kings Tournament is a heads-up 1/8th mile class.
3.The use of dual power adders is prohibited.
4.All entries must maintain the factory wheelbase of year, make, and model being used, + 3 inches maximum and an external/outwardly appearance for year, make and model being used.
5.Cars must have steel roof, steel quarters, and VIN.
6.Cars must be able to pass IHRA/NHRA tech for the weight and speed that the cars run.
7.Cars will be weighed each Race and must meet weight limitations/specifications.
All vehicles shall be weighed each Race and must conform to the following criteria:
EnginePower Adder Base Weight
Small BlockNaturally AspiratedUnlimited
Big BlockNaturally AspiratedUnlimited
Big BlockNitrous (4.840)2450
Big BlockNitrous (5.00)2550
Big BlockNitrous (over 5.00)2750
Small BlockSingle Turbo2400
Small BlockTwin Turbo Up to 88s2550
Small BlockTwin Turbo Larger than 88s2600
Small BlockTwin Turbo (500 CI +)2750
Big BlockTwin Turbo Up to 88s2900
Big BlockTwin Turbo Larger than 88s3000
Big BlockTwin Supercharger2900
Big BlockSingle Turbo2575
Single Turbo (4cyl Production Engines Only)1950
Single Turbo (6cyl Production Engines Only)2450
Big BlockRoots Blower2600
C.Weight Additions / Deductions
All boosted Ford Modular Motors/Engines may deduct 100lbs from their original base weight. All big block entries 585 cubic inches and smaller (Non 481X/Hemi) with a OEM bore space (4.84 Chevy, 4.900 Ford, and 4.800 Chrysler or smaller bore space) may deduct 100lbs from their original base weight. Cast block/head combo may deduct 50lbs from their original base weight. Pro Mod style bodies, Top Sportsman style bodies, and heavily modified bodies that are modified in a drastic and visually perceptible manner for improved aerodynamics and/or wheel base advantage and do not have an external outwardly appearance of a factory stock model (to be determined by Racemaster in consultation with Producer and compliance consultant), add 100llbs to their original base weight.
D.Small Block Engine
All entries using a small block engine have a maximum cubic inch size of 480 cubic inches. All engines 481 cubic inches and above will race in the big block category that their car fits
E.Oil Retention Device
Mandatory every car must have an oil retention device.
Nitro-methane, polypropylene, and/or hydrazine are prohibited.
The maximum size for any and/or all entries using twin turbochargers is 98mm or 3.850 inches. 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:
1.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.
2.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.
All nitrous bottles to be safety vented with pop off to outside of the vehicle.
Intercoolers are only allowed on centrifugal and turbocharged entries. Air-to-Air or Air-to-Water intercoolers are the only intercoolers permitted for gasoline powered entries. Air, water and ice are the only allowed substances in the intercoolers or the intercooler reservoirs. The use of any other agents is prohibited.
Any transmission, torque convertor, and clutch permitted. Direct drives are prohibited. Any driveshaft meeting SFI 43.1 spec is permitted.
All vehicles must have a chassis that meets the guidelines set by SFI for their respective speed and elapsed time. A valid IHRA or NHRA serialized sticker is mandatory at an IHRA/NHRA Member Track.
Body must maintain an overall factory OEM appearance for year, make and model being claimed.
All entries must be self-starting from inside the vehicle.
N.Master Cut-off Switch
A master cut-off switch is mandatory.
The use of tow vehicles is permitted.
Each crew member must have the proper starting line credentials.
Q.Driver Safety Restraints
When in the vehicle, from the ready line until the vehicle is safely stopped on the return road, the Participant driver is required to have and wear all industry standard and compliable safety restraint systems (including the helmet), which will be securely fastened in the vehicle at all times.
A valid state or government issued drivers license beyond a learners permit is mandatory for cars running 10.00 (6.40) or slower. A valid IHRA or NHRA competition license is mandatory for cars running 9.99 (6.39) or quicker. A valid IHRA or NHRA competition license is mandatory at an IHRA/NHRA Member Track.
It is the Participants responsibility to familiarize themselves with the No Prep Kings class requirements as well as all IHRA/NHRA safety requirements. The Participant agrees they bear the ultimate responsibility when it comes to safety and how the Participant and the vehicle complies with the IHRA and NHRA rule books. The Participant also agrees that no one else other than the Participant is in the best position to know about how their particular race vehicle has been constructed and how to safely operate it. Reminder - Breaking the Tournament Rules will result in loss of points and/or permanent disbarment from No Prep Kings Series.
1.All rounds will be 1/8th mile, heads up from a dig
2.Green Light Start
3.Red Light Active
a)If a Racer jumps, they lose
b)Red light means the race is over (no first or worst rule)
c)Chase is NOT a race
4.Water burnout only at the Racers meeting, Racers decide on how many burnouts. Racemaster will make final decision if need be
5.Do not cross the center line
6.If a piece of a Racers car comes off and goes into the other lane IN FRONT of the competitor, they lose (zip ties and duct tape are Racers friends) unless the Race is over.
7.This is NO PREP. The Racemaster will have sole discretion as to all maintenance done to the surface of the track
8.No call outs
9.Once in the burnout box, Racers have 2 minutes to start burnout
10.After the first Racer starts burnout, the second Racer has 2 minutes to start their burnout, and after the second Racer burnout, Racers have 2 minutes to stage
11.Courtesy stage active
12.Must race same car both nights
13.Car must cross scales with same driver, no tow vehicle connected after each race.
14.In consideration of fuel loss, car must be within 15lbs of required weight. No Exceptions. At 16lbs Racer will be disqualified.
15.Any accidental loss of weight will be taken into consideration and final call to be made by Racemaster
B.Invitations and Bracket Mechanics:
Each Race of the Tournament shall be conducted in a bracket-style fashion, beginning with a pool of Racers drawing lots to receive opponent and position assignments. The Racer invitations shall be determined in the following manner:
1.For Event 1 and 2
a.Up to 64 total invitations will be available in the bracket for Race 1 and 2.
b.42 of such invitations shall be extended to predetermined Racers
c.The remaining up to 22 invitations shall be determined via a separate third-party race your way in event open to the general public. Race Your Way in participants may be capped at Producer's discretion prior to the start of racing. After the race your way in event, the Racemaster, in consultation with Producer and the compliance specialist, may choose to extend an invitation to the Tournament bracket to the race your way in contestants up to 22. All race your way in participants must be able to meet the requirements of these Tournament Rules.
2.For all other Events of the Invitational Tournament
a.Up to 32 total invitations will be available in the bracket for each subsequent Race after 1 and 2.
b.The top 30 points winners from the preceding Races, shall be extended guaranteed invitations in the next Races bracket.
c.The remaining 12 initial invitees from Event 1 and 2 shall be invited to the race your way in event for the applicable Race
d.The Racemaster, in consultation with Producer and the compliance specialist, may choose to extend an invitation to the Tournament bracket to the race your way in contestants. The Racemaster will fill the remaining 2 available spots it the bracket and may fill any available spots left open in the event one of the guaranteed top 30 point winners does not attend a Race, is disqualified, or if the vehicle is not fit to race.
1.No less than 45 minute cool down between each round
2.There will be ONE 20 minute call to the lanes and ONE 10 minute call to the lanes
3.When it is a Racers turn to race they must be in the staging lane
4.Pairings and lane choice will be decided with a chip draw. Racemaster must count all racers before chip draw to make sure there are only 32 at the Racers meeting
5.Each Racer can only draw one BYE
6.The Racemaster has the final call on ANY discrepancies
The points leader at the end of all 9 Races of the Tournament will be awarded the Tournament Prize; any Participant who does not average 15 points per Race may be eliminated from eligibility for the Tournament Prize at Producers sole discretion.
For the first 8 Races of the Tournament, points shall be awarded in the following manner:
1st Place = 30 points
2nd Place = 25 points
Eliminated in the fourth round = 20 points
Eliminated in the third round = 15 points
Eliminated in the second round = 10 points
Eliminated in the first round = 5 points
For the 9th and final Race of the Tournament, points shall be doubled and awarded in the following manner:
1st Place = 60 points
2nd Place = 50 points
Eliminated in the fourth round = 40 points
Eliminated in the third round = 30 points
Eliminated in the second round = 20 points
Eliminated in the first round = 10 points
In the event of any point ties that affect placement for the purposes of invitations to subsequent Races or any Prize, the affected Racers shall race in a bracket-style fashion to determine the Racer to whom the invitation or Prize will be awarded. The tie-brake races will not accrue any points.
Boosted GTs Small Tire Showdown (First Round FridayMust be at track by 12 pm, Continued on Saturday)
Rules: 28x10.5 non-W (275/60/15 radial is OKAY), No wheelie bars, (+/-) 2 inches from stock wheelbase, must have NHRA/IHRA chassis certification
Payout: $10,000 Guaranteed
Entry Fee: $250
Farmtruck and AZNs Daily Driver Duel (SaturdayMust be at track by 8 am)
Payout: $2,500 Guaranteed for AWD DAILY DRIVER DUEL, and $2500 guaranteed for TWO WHEEL DRIVE DAILY DRIVER DUEL. WINNER of each event gets to race FARMTRUCK and AZN.
Entry Fee: $100
This is a race for daily drivers, not race cars so leave your race car stuff at home. We will be strict about this and people will be going home if they don't fall into these rules. Track tech and Farmtruck & AZN will be the scrutinizers.
*** Make sure to enter correct event. AWD cars enter AWD race, TWO WHEEL DRIVE cars enter TWO WHEEL DRIVE event.
Vehicle must be tagged, titled, insured and owned by the driver.
Factory Glass, Body Panels and Frame. Body panels not to be removed. Fiberglass hood is okay.
Full Interior required. This mean no factory parts removed. Safety items added are okay. No Race Seats at all. Heat and A/C might be a part of this tentatively.
Factory Suspension, aftermarket shocks are okay.
No Roll cage or roll bar unless factory installed
No Trans brakes or two-steps
No Slicks or Drag Radials, Tires are limited to 200 Tread wear. No Bald Tires
Pump Gas Only (93 octane maximum, E-85 or Diesel) / Must have factory fuel tank
Nitrous Fuel Cell okay with pump gas only. All fuel will be tested
Power Adders okay
No Ice in Water to Air intercoolers
Full Exhaust to back of axle
Be prepared for a 70 - 100 mile cruise before race.
Rules and stipulations will be decided upon by Track Tech and Farmtruck and AZN
Staging and light will be based on what the event is using at the time.
Jump is a red light, cross is a loss.
Outlaw Big Tire (SaturdayMust be at track by 8 am)
Rules: Run what you brung, must have NHRA/IHRA chassis certification
Payout: $5,000 Guaranteed
Entry Fee: $250
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