Red List SHOOTOUT & TEST & TUNE (Private Event)
Red List Shootout
Event DetailsRED LIST SHOOTOUT AND TEST & TUNE
What: 1/4 mile Drag Racing Competition and Car Show!
When: Feb 6th 2021, Gates open at 7:00am
(RAIN DATE: TBD)
Mandatory drivers meeting at 9:30 AM.
Where: Famoso Raceway. 33559 Famoso Rd, McFarland, CA (2 hrs north LA, 2.5 hrs south of Bay area)
7:00 AM Gates opens
8:00 AM-12:00 PM Tech inspection for racers
9:30 AM MANDATORY Drivers meeting
9:59 AM Drivers, start your engines!!
10:00 AM Red List Shootout starts
5:00 PM Red List Shootout ends
Single Eliminations with $1000 Winner take all. Run what ya brung. Shootout will begin 11am and will go till 5pm. Random draw will occur to set the field and then single eliminations begin. Depending on how many compete in the shootout, there might be some Bye rounds.
TEST & TUNE DETAILS:
Whether you choose to compete in shootout or not, you may test & tune or grudge race all day.
Car rules/regs for The Red List Series
General Safety: All vehicles and drivers with their personal safety gear must conform to the NHRA rules the tech inspection officials at the track enforce. Please review the most up to date version of the NHRA Rulebook online for information.
Body: Any year vehicle is allowed. Lightweight components allowed. You may have a lightweight hood, front fenders, decklid, trunks/hatches, sunroofs, wings, ground effects, roof, quarter panels and bumpers are allowed. One-piece front ends are permitted.
Engine: Any motor is allowed from any manufacturer. No limit on power adders
Chassis: No full tubular framed vehicles allowed to compete for prize money but may make exhibition passes. Back halved vehicles allowed. Notching of chassis for clearance is permitted. Aftermarket K members are permitted.
Suspension: Coil-overs allowed. Aftermarket front control arms, rear control arms, and sub-frame connectors are permitted. Aftermarket struts and shocks are permitted. Wheelie bars are prohibited on any car wanting to compete for Points prize money.
Lights: Brake lights are required (headlights may be removed for induction).
Windows: Windshields must be OEM glass (Rear/Side windows only may be made of lexan).
Interior: Dashboard is required. Passenger seat(s) and other interior panels may be removed. Aftermarket seats, gauges, and interior are permitted.
Exhaust: Exhaust may exit anywhere.
Electronics: Two-steps, transbrake, data loggers, aftermarket ECUs, and engine management systems are allowed. No Bracket/Index racing type electronics that do anything to the vehicle past the launch allowed, NONE.
Driveline: Aftermarket axles, ring and pinions, final drive, spools, and differentials are permitted. Other OEM or aftermarket center sections and rear-ends may be replaced only if is a direct bolt in. IRS suspension cars may convert to straight axle.
Transmission: Manual or Auto transmissions are permitted. Any style automatic transmission is permitted. Trans-brakes are permitted. Manual transmissions are permitted to use aftermarket stock-style clutch assisted transmissions. Sequential transmissions are permitted. Aftermarket bell housings are permitted.
Clutch: Any amount of discs can be used (any type of disk material is permitted). Clutch must be manually operated by drivers foot if car has manual H-pattern transmission.
Shifter: Shifter must be H-pattern to be considered 5 or 6 or 7 speed manual. Strain gauges are permitted. Air shifters are allowed.
Fuel: No limitations on fuel
Fuel System: All fuel pumps are permitted. Aftermarket fuel cells are permitted, and may be mounted anywhere. Also, must conform to the most up to date version of the NHRA rules for specific mile times the vehicles run. Please review the most up to date version of the NHRA Rulebook online for information.
Oiling System: Dry sump oil system or external oil pumps are only permitted on naturally aspirated cars, or if car was OEM equipped with a dry sump and car is using complete OEM oiling system.
Tires: Drag slicks, Drag Radials, and Street tires are allowed. No size restriction any more.
Cages: Must conform to the most up to date version of the NHRA rules for specific mile times the vehicles run. Please review the most up to date version of the NHRA Rulebook online for information.
There will be only credits but no refunds due to our NO REFUND policy. Broken vehicles, missed flights, illness, flat tires, WEATHER, catastrophe or any other failures to participate due to unforeseen or foreseen circumstance will not result in refund. A credit may be given on case by case basis only if its requested 48hrs in advance or more. No credit will be given if not requested 48 hrs in advance from the start of the event. To receive credit, contact TheRedListGroup@gmail.com.
Normal Pit area/VIP Pit area
RVs, trailers, and vehicles will not be allowed onto Famoso Raceway grounds until the day of the event. Once on the track property you may pit anywhere you would like outside of the VIP Pit Area and Sponsor area which will be marked off.
Conduct on track premise
Pick up your own trash
Do not mock opponents
No burnouts or donuts in pit area
No animals in the staging lanes or on track
No kids unaccompanied without adult under age 12 in staging lanes or on track
5 mph speed limit in pit area and staging lanes
If you do not have proper wrist band credentials(aka not crew), you are only allowed in pit area
Just plain and simple, behave yourself at all times
As an attendee of this event, violations to our rules and regulations, but not limited to, may result in being banned from the event without refunds.
Let's have some fun
Thank you everyone who will be attending this event to race, support, watch, and have fun! In all of the hype and excitement, many rivalries will begin and friendships will be made. Make the most of the event.
The Red List Group
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