Click Here to Download this form Race Director - John King RULE BOOK DISCLAIMERAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designated to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events (or other events) at the Albany Motor Speedway, (AMS) and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. These rules shall govern the condition of all events and by participating in these events, all participants are deemed to have agreed to comply with these rules. No express or implied warranty of safety shall result from publication or compliance with these rules. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant, spectator, or official. The Race Director shall be empowered to permit minor deviation from any of the specifications herein or impose any further restrictions that in his or her opinion do not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. No expressed or implied warranty of safety shall result from such alteration of specifications any interpretation or deviation of these rules is left to the decision of the officials of AMS. Their decision is final.
Section A: GENERAL RULES 1. Albany Motor Speedway reserves the right to determine the type of racing program, distance of races, method of starting, number of cars to be entered in any event, and/or re-adjust prize money. 2. Prize money may be adjusted in any class that has less than 10 participants. 3. Interpretation of rules and decisions of speedway officials will be final in all causes and not subject to protest. 4. Rules and regulations governing car owners and drivers are available at all times for down load on the internet. Ignorance of these rules will not be accepted as an excuse of their violation. 5. The signing of all release and registration forms is agreement by drivers, car owners, and crewmembers to abide by these rules. 6. The management reserves the right to refuse entry to any car or person without question. 7. Any driver, car owner, mechanic, or crew member who encourages or takes part in adverse demonstration on the track or surrounding premises before, during, or after a racing event shall be subject to a fine, immediate suspension, and/or all prize money and championship points earned to date will be forfeited. 8. Any driver, car owner, mechanic, or crew member who shall commit assault or threaten to do bodily harm to any speedway official or other person under their orders, shall be barred from competition at A.M.S. and/or subject to prosecution and immediate ejection from premises. 9. The conduct of any driver, car owner, mechanic, or crew member that is unsportsmanlike or detrimental to the continuance of an event, shall be subject to a fine, loss of championship points, immediate ejection from premises, and/or barred from further competition at A.M.S. 10. All persons entering the pit area must sign all track release forms and secure and display official pit pass for each such racing event. 11. Only towed vehicles with racecars attached, and vehicles designated by speedway officials, will be permitted through pit gate. No others allowed. No vehicles in the pit or infield area will be covered by insurance. 12. The driver alone will be held responsible for the conduct and personal appearance of their crewmembers. The driver alone shall be the sole spokesman for their car owner in any and all matters pertaining to the race and must talk with officials in charge. 13. Any car owner or crew member who fails to properly sign all release and registration forms will be disqualified and any prize money and/or championship points earned by driver in that event shall be forfeited. 14. No prize money will be paid without proper tax identification. Prize money earned will be paid ONLY to the driver or authorized representative. Monies must be picked up on race night earned or it will be forfeited. 15. No disorderly conduct will be allowed at the pay-off window. Violators will be subject to suspension, fine, and/or forfeiture of winnings. 16. When a racing event is halted due to adverse weather conditions or other unfavorable circumstances and rain checks are issued, prize money will be paid only to drivers in those events completed prior to postponement. 17. No one under 16 will be allowed to operate motorized vehicles on AMS property. This does not include registered competitors. 18. Speedway officials may stop any race if and when they deem track conditions unsafe or unduly hazardous. 19. Race car can be entered and raced in one class only per event. 20. Speedway officials reserve the right to temporarily change racecar number to avoid duplication. All numbers must be registered with A.M.S. 21. Anyone under 18 years of age must have a notarized release of liability statement and written permission from their parents or guardian to be allowed to race. 22. Children must be supervised in the pits at all times. Any child without proper supervision will be escorted to the grandstands or may be asked to leave. This is a safety issue and there will be no exceptions. 23. Any fines, suspensions, and/or protests must be settled with speedway officials before a driver, car owner, or crew member will be allowed to participate in another event at A.M.S. 24. The Race Director will act upon any situation not specifically covered by this rulebook and his decision will be final. 25. Attendance by drivers at all drivers meetings is mandatory. Failure to attend the drivers meeting could result in the loss of right to protest and technical procedural or scoring matter following an event. 26. A.M.S reserves the right to move a driver from one division to another based on type of car and driving performance. 27. NO glass containers or glass beverage bottles can be brought onto the grounds of AMS Drivers are subject to fine and/or suspension if ANY glass containers are found in pit area. 28. ALL cars will help pack or dry track or you will be penalized during qualifying or heat races. 29. No cars will be allowed at A.M.S. without mufflers. ALL cars MUST have Schoenfeld mufflers (# 112535) or other compatible mufflers that has adequate noise reduction and performance features. Mufflers MUST be bolted on. 30. In the event a muffler (s) falls off a car or has any exhaust failure, this car will be allowed to finish the race, but must make repairs before returning to race track. 31. No driver can compete without registering name, Social Security number, address, and telephone number with track officials. By submitting their registration and/or taking part in any action at the AMS, the competitor further agrees that the racing area is in a safe and usable condition and assumes full responsibility for any and all injuries sustained, including death and property damage any time they are on AMS property or in route to or from such property. 32. Numbers must be at least 18 inches high and 2 inches wide, clearly visible on both sides of car. All cars must have a number on roof that is 24 inches high and 2 inches wide. Number must be placed so that it can be read from scoring tower. Numbers must be in contrasting colors to background so that scorers can easily read them. 33. Anything on racecar that track officials deem offensive or obscene must be removed. 34. No alcohol, nitrous oxide or any other fuel additive is allowed. 35. A.M.S. reserves the right to change, modify, add or delete any rule deemed necessary to provide safe or competitive racing. Section B: TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP 1. Points will be awarded for each feature event. Points are driver points and are awarded to driver not the car. Driver must compete or attempt to compete to earn points. Winner will receive 101 points second place will receive 99 points, third place 98 points and continue through entire field. Any driver who cannot run feature because of mechanical failure, damage or personal injury occurring earlier at the same event will be awarded 10 points less than last place car running in same class. Driver must be present at event to receive points. Section C: PROTEST - ALL DIVISIONS 1. The management assumes no responsibility for detection of irregularity or violation of any rule governing mechanical specifications of racing cars. Inspection and ruling of eligibility of any car will be made upon properly presented protest. 2. A protest shall be brought to the attention of speedway officials in writing by a driver or car owner participating in said race only. Technical and visual protests will be filed with the Chief Technical Inspector. Scoring protests will be brought to the attention of the chief Scorer. Other safety or rule violations will be brought to the attention of the chief Pit Steward or the Race Director. 3. All visual protests shall be made in writing prior to the start of the first heat race for that division or the cars crossing the scales. All visual protests made after the start of a heat race shall be void. 4. Technical protests will be made in writing ten (10) minutes following the completion of a racing event for the class for which protest is made. Only a participant of said race may file a protest. All technical protests must be paid in cash. Any car protested must be ready for inspection within sixty (60) minutes from the time the protest is filed or the car will be disqualified. Drivers found illegal during protest or refusing to tear down will result in disqualification, forfeiture of all prize money, and points won that night, and must start in the rear of the following regular weekly feature. As designated below, the speedway will receive part of the protest fee regardless of protest outcome and the winner of the protest will receive the remainder. 5. Must finish in top 2 to be eligible to protest. 2nd place may protest 1st place. Reverse protesting is allowed. If counter protest is filed, first place car will tear down first. If 1st place car is found illegal, then counter protest is voided and all protest monies will be refunded. If first place car tears down and is found legal, then second place car must tear down. 3rd place car has five (5) minutes to file protest of 2nd place car. * Must protest top end to protest bottom end. * Crate motors can be protested. Division Late Model Top End $450 Track Retains $100 Top and Bottom $900 Track Retains $200 Limited Sportsman Top End $400 Track Retains $100 Top and Bottom $800 Track Retains $200 Hobby Stock Top End $300 Track Retains $75 Top and Bottom $600 Track Retains $150 Enduro Top End $250 Track Retains $50 Top and Bottom $500 Track Retains $100 Mini Stock Top End $200 Track Retains $50 Top and Bottom $400 Track Retains $75 Visual Protest $35 - All retained by track P&G Motor $35 - Track retains all Rear-End $150 - Track retains $75 Transmission $150 - Track retains $75 Flywheel $100 - Track retains $50 6. Only one (1) member from each crew is allowed inside fence area. Protested car may have two (2) additional persons to help with teardown. Any misconduct from either team may result in disqualification or forfeiture of protest. 7. Any driver found illegal or refusing to tear down two times in one season will be fined an amount equal to one half the first place prize money for the class in which he is entered. Driver will forfeit 100 points from his total points for season. Driver will not receive compensation for the teardown or any prize money for that night's event. 8. If deemed necessary, track may require teardown of any car to prove legality. 9. Scoring protests must be made within ten (10) minutes after the official finish has been posted. Only a participant in said event may file a protest or have the official scoring checked. Scoring protests will only be done in an orderly manner. NO ARGUING! Any disorderly conduct will result in disqualification or suspension. 10. Any car involved in a protest will be impounded in an area designated by track officials and must be remained there unto inspection is complete. 11. TRACK OFFICIAL'S DECISION IS FINAL. Section D: SAFETY - ALL DIVISIONS 1. Steel roll bars are mandatory and must be approved. Aluminum and other soft materials are not permitted. Front and rear roll bars must be connected at top (cage type) and bottom of both sides at seat height. Side roll bars are mandatory and must extend into door panels, (minimum of three (3) on left side and two (2) on right side) with additional support on the back of roll bar. All bars must be welded and not less than 1 ½" O.D. steel tubing. No pipe fittings allowed. 2. A quick release safety belt of no less than three (3) inch wide material is mandatory and must be fastened to roll bars with bolts and not less than 3/8" in diameter. Belts must be dated 2005 or later. Shoulder harness are mandatory 3" minimum. 3. Only approved, full face helmets allowed. Must meet Snell - 2005 specifications. 4. All drivers must wear a complete fire resistant drivers' suit. Fire resistant gloves, under garments, and shoes are highly recommended. 5. All cars must be equipped with a fully charged 2 lb. minimum fire extinguisher in good working order and installed within driver reach. On board fire extinguisher systems recommended. 6. Battery must be securely mounted in the trunk area of all cars. No batteries allowed in drivers' compartment. 7. Safety type racing fuel cell with steel outer covers are mandatory in all divisions. All fuel cells must be mounted with at least two 2" x 1/8" steel safety straps that completely surround tank. No gas cans or beer kegs allowed. No fuel cooling devices allowed. Fuel lines cannot run through driver compartment unless they are enclosed in metal tubing. Cells must be securely mounted are subject to inspection. 8. Center top of steering post must be padded with at least 2" of soft material. 9. Driver must be able to exit car from either side. 10. Racing type seats required. They must be securely bolted within the roll cage area of the car with 3/8" bolts. 11. No one will be permitted to cross the track at any time unless instructed to do so by a speedway official. Violators will be subject to ejection from pit area. 12. No racecar shall be allowed on the track unless the official starter is in his position and the track is declared officially open. 13. Anytime a car is on the track, the driver of the car must wear approved helmet, safety harness, and fire resistant suit. 14. All cars must have front and rear tow hook or provisions for hooking up to a wrecker. Wrecker crew and speedway officials will not be responsible for damage done to cars without provisions. 15. All weights must be painted white and securely bolted inside or on the frame of the car with 3/8" minimum bolts. All weights must be marked with car number in paint. Weight cannot be mounted in driver's compartment. Weight cannot be tie wrapped or duct taped in position. 16. All roll bars close to drivers' head, arms, and legs must be fully padded. 17. Kill switch is required within easy reach of driver. 18. All drive shafts must be painted white. 19. Window nets mandatory for all divisions except Late Model. 20. Unless car is on fire drivers are to remain inside car at all times while on track unless track safety personnel authorize driver to exit car. Drivers cannot get out of car to work on, repair or argue while car is on track. 21. Track officials will only remove loose debris from damaged cars. Driver must go to pit area for all other work or repairs. EXCEPTION: If damage or flat tire is a result of another driver's willful and intentional actions, Race Director, at his discretion, can allow repairs to be made, or flat tire changed without loss of position to the driver who was not at fault. This is a judgment call based entirely on Race Director's view of events that transpired on track. His decision is final! 22. Pit area is congested and slow speeds must be observed at all times. 23. Any competitor suspected of being impaired either physically or mentally for any reason will be removed by track officials. 24. All cars and drivers are required to meet all safety regulations prior to competition. No exceptions! 25. A.M.S. reserves the right to change, omit, and/or enforce any rules necessary to maintain a safe program. 26. Any race car using Bert ball spline transmission must use carbon fiber drive shaft. Section E: FLAG RULES *Specific flag rules and special situations will be covered at the drivers' meeting. However, the following flag rules are general policy at all times. 1. GREEN - Start the race / Go / Track clear 2. YELLOW - Caution / Slow down / Wreck or danger on the track / No passing / Do NOT race back to the Start/Finish line on a YELLOW FLAG! 3. RED - EMERGENCY - STOP as quickly as possible on the front of the straight away by the flag stand. Failure to stop on a red flag will result in a lap penalty or disqualification. Cars will again be lined up as they were running on the last green flag lap. Drivers MUST remain in cars. NO WORKING ON CARS!! 4. BLUE / YELLOW - (move over flag) - You are about to be lapped / Move to the inside immediately / Failure to obey the move over flag will result in a one (1) lap penalty. 5. CROSSED FLAGS - Halfway signal 6. BLACK - Consultation flag / immediately pull to the pit area for consultation. A car receiving a consultation will no longer be scored if it remains on the racetrack for three consecutive laps. 7. WHITE - One lap to go. 8. CHECKERED FLAG - End of race / Reduce speed and pull off the track next lap. Failure to pull off the track after the checkered flag or stopping for other than mechanical reasons will result in disqualification. The race winner will immediately pull to the victory lane area. 9. The meaning of the track signal lights will be the same as the flag rules. 10. All flag rules and track signal lights will be obeyed at all times, including during practice. Failure to follow these rules will result in penalties, disqualification, and/or suspension. Section F: RACE PROCEDURES 1. It will be the drivers' responsibility to be lined up prior to the start of a race. Line-ups will be posted on the tech/tool shed wall. Any car not in proper position when cars pull onto track will start at rear of field. 2. Initial start of the race will be in turn 4. The pole position car (inside car of the first row) sets the pace. On restarts leader can fire anytime after he reaches the middle of turns 3 and 4. No passing until you reach flag stand. On starts and restarts all cars must be lined up nose to tail. 3. Anytime a driver who thinks he has been lined up in an improper position, he is to report it to the pit steward station in an orderly manner, and if an error has been made, it will be corrected. 4. Any driver, car owner, or crewmember that climbs on the flag-stand without being instructed to do so will automatically be suspended for two (2) races. 5. Any problem - pull to the pit entrance. Pit steward will check it out. 6. No repair work will be done on racecars on the track. All repair work must be done in pit area behind pit wall. Drivers and car owners are responsible to insure that their crewmembers remain in the pit area at all times, especially during a race. 7. All cars must enter and exit track at pit steward's station after the race has started. 8. Any driver spinning their tires and/or entering or exiting the pits excessively fast or in an unsafe manner will be subject to a fine and/or suspension. 9. At technical director's discretion top three cars can be subject to technical inspection. Any driver who refuses post race inspection or who leaves scale area after being notified of inspection will not be awarded any points or prize money for that night's event. 10. Any car which causes a yellow flag to be displayed will restart on the rear. Flagman's decision will be final!! This includes initial starts. 11. Any car going to the pits during a yellow flag or red flag will restart on the rear. EXCEPTION: At race director's discretion cars intentionally damaged by another driver will be allowed to reenter race in their position. 12. Any car entering the pit area during a red flag condition before one lap is completed will restart on the rear. 13. Courtesy laps will be given if time permits in feature events only. Courtesy laps are two laps and are for flat tires only. 14. Unless otherwise ordered by technical inspector top three cars will cross scales after each event, heat races and features. Classes that time trial all cars will cross scales upon completion of timed lap(s). Failure to cross the scales as instructed before or after an event will result in disqualification. 15. A.M.S. officials reserve the right to conduct technical and safety inspections of any car prior to, during, or after a racing event to determine their eligibility. 16. Any car in any division is subject to P & G on any race night. 17. To be the official leader of any race, you must have led the last completed green flag lap. 18. A race will be considered complete once the leader is given the checkered flag and crosses the start / finish line. If an incident occurs after the leader has crossed the start/finish line and has been given the checkered flag, the remaining cars will be scored in the order that they cross the start/finish line. 19. Failure to follow the instructions of any track official before, during, or after an event, will result in disqualification, penalties, and/or suspension from the speedway. 20. Should the same winner of weekly feature races in each division win two in a row, that winner will automatically start in the rear of the feature for that division on the following regular weekly event. This does not apply to late model class or to special events. 21. The technical director has absolute authority to determine eligibility of any and all race cars. Any discussion concerning whether or not any car is or is not legal to compete begins and ends with the technical director. 22. Receivers are required in all classes. 23. Any class with 8 cars or less will run one (1) heat. 24. Any cars with four (4) cars or less will draw and run feature only with five (5) laps added to the feature. 25. Any class with three (3) or less cars will run for trophies. 26. Any car that spins three (3) times in one race event will be black flagged for that race. 27. After two (2) initial starts fail; the race will be single file start. 28. AMS management reserves the right to fine, ban or suspend any driver, other competitor, pit crew member or any other person on AMS property or take any other action they deem necessary if that person engages in any conduct or actions that AMS officials deem unsportsmanlike, offensive, or detrimental to any person or to race track. This includes but is not limited to fighting, profanity, and willful acts of destruction or damage to any property or equipment belonging to AMS or others. 29. Drivers are responsible for the conduct and actions of their pit crew, family members or any other person associated with their car. Drivers are not to stop on race track to argue with track officials or other competitors. 30. Any driver, pit crew member or other person associated with car that goes into the pit area of another competitor and engages in any unruly or unsportsmanlike conduct will be deemed the aggressor and be subject to arrest, fines, suspension or banishment. The driver of the aggressor can be fined $1000 and either suspended or banned. Even though the person entering the pit area of another team is the aggressor any other person from either team that engages in unruly or unsportsmanlike conduct can be fined, suspended or banned. 31. Any conduct which constitutes assault or assault and battery on any track official shall be arrested, fined $1500 and subject to suspension or banishment. 32. All fines shall be paid to AMS prior to any further participation in any event at AMS. Initial fines for unruly conduct shall be a minimum of $500 and may be raised by track management. 33. Any person arguing with track officials will receive one warning per race and then can be fined as follows, 1st offense after warning - $100. 2nd offense after warning -$200. 3rd offense after warning - removal from track, and suspension. 34. Inappropriate conduct can lead to arrest and prosecution for criminal acts. 35. No person engaging in racing events in any capacity shall make any claim for damages, expenses or otherwise against AMS or its officials. 36. Only towed vehicles and track vehicles will be allowed in pit area. 37. Track officials are not to be approached in an argumentive, threatening or offensive manner to discuss actions that occur during any event at AMS. 38. Drivers are not to allow anyone to ride on his car without permission from track officials. 39. No weapons of any kind are to be on AMS property during any event. 40. All classes except late model will have correct weight for car posted on driver side of car by tech official. Once weight has been posted on car any car crossing scale with weight sticker removed or altered, tech man will assume highest weight possible for that class. If you lose your sticker you must notify tech so that it can be replaced. 41. Any driver who willfully and intentionally hits another competitor at any time whether before, during, or after a race, either in pits or on track and either under green, yellow or red flag conditions will be removed from the race. He or she will receive No Points or Money for that race and be subject to fines and/or suspension. First offense - removal from race, loss of points and prize money for the event. Second offense - removal from race, loss of all points and money for the event, fine equal to one half first place prize money for class in which aggressor is entered, and 3 race suspension. Third offense - Banishment from track for 1 year, and fine equal to first place prize money for class in which aggressor is entered. A.M.S. WILL NOT TOLERATE INTENTIONAL, HOSTILE, OR ABUSIVE ACTIONS OF ONE COMPETITOR TOWARDS ANOTHER COMPETITOR AT OUR TRACK! Heats: 6 laps Feature: Late Model 25 laps Limited Sportsman 20 laps Pure Stock 15 laps Enduro 12 laps Mini Stock 12 laps
Click here to download this form 2013 Albany Motor Speedway Late Model ALBANY MOTOR SPEEDWAY 2013 CRATE LATE MODEL ENGINE RULES ENGINE RULES: 1. GM PART NUMBER 88958602 & GM PART NUMBER 88958604. 2. THESE ENGINES ARE SEALED AT THE INTAKE MANIFOLD, CYLINDER HEAD, FRONT COVER, AND OIL PAN WITH SPECIAL TWIST OFF BOLT HEADS ORIGINALLY FROM GM. CRATE USA SEALS ALLOWED, NO RM BOLTS, FOR ANY OTHER SEALING SYSTEM CONTACT CRATE RACIN USA FOR APPROVAL. CRATE ENGINES MUST NOT BE ALTERED, MODIFIED OR CHANGED FROM FACTORY SPECS. 3. THE SEALED ENGINES MUST REMAIN INTACT AND NOT BE TAMPERED WITH; ANY SEALS THAT HAVE BEEN REMOVED OR TAMPERED WITH WILL MAKE THE ENGINE ILLEGAL AND NOT ELIGIBLE FOR COMPETITION. THE PENALTY FOR ANYONE TAMPERING WITH SEALS, MODIFYING ANY INTERNAL ENGINE PARTS, CHANGING THE PARTS FROM STOCK AS DELIVERED SEALED FROM THE FACTORY WILL BE SUBJECT TO EXPULSION FROM RACING WITH ANY CRATE RACIN' USA SANCTIONED EVENT FOR THE REMAINDER OF SEASON AND FUTURE SEASONS. 4. NO CHANGES ARE ALLOWED TO THE ENGINE - INTAKE MANIFOLD, HEADS, VALVE COVERS, FRONT COVER, OIL PAN, HARMONIC BALANCER OR ANY OTHER PART / OR PARTS ON / OR IN ENGINE. A) After much research NeSmith Dirt Late Model Series officials, along with GM Officials, have determined on some cases that original factory cylinder heads and valve springs do not meet the required correct install height. To correct this, shimming will be allowed to meet the correct install heights listed in the chart below. These updates will be published in a forthcoming version of the GM Technical/ Specification Manual. Valve Spring Specifications - New Description 88958602 88958603 88958604 Valve Spring P/N 10212811 12551483 12551483 Valve Spring P/N -set of 16 n/a 12495494 12495494 Diameter (+/- .010") (A) 1.250" 1.340" 1.340" Free Height (+/- .015") (B) 2.021" 2.154" 2.154" Installed Height (Ok to shim to proper height) (C) 1.70" 1.780" 1.780" Pressure @ Installed Height (+/- 5 lbs) (D) 80 lbs. 110 lbs. 110 lbs. Open Height (E) 1.270" 1.300" 1.300" Open Pressure (+/- 10 lbs) (F) 195 lbs 270 lbs. 270 lbs. Coil Bind (G) 1.20" 1.21" 1.21" Wire Diameter .177" .178" .178" 5. NO VACUUM PUMPS. 6. ALL CRATE ENGINES MUST REMAIN STOCK AS THEY CAME SEALED FROM THE FACTORY. CRATE ENGINES MUST NOT BE ALTERED, MODIFIED OR CHANGED FROM FACTORY SPECS. 7. ENGINE'S GM SERIAL NUMBER AND WHEN APPLICABLE CRATE USA BUILD CERTIFICATION NUMBER, MUST BE CLEARLY VISIBLE TO SERIES TECHNICAL INSPECTORS. 8. ANY VIOLATION OF THE ENGINE RULES AND/OR FACTORY SPECS INSIDE THE SEALING SYSTEM OF THE ENGINE WILL RESULT IN THE DRIVER AND/OR OWNER BEING DISQUALIFIED FROM THAT EVENT, AND SUSPENDED FROM SERIES COMPETITION FOR 365 DAYS AND PAY A $1,000 FINE. AFTER THAT PERIOD, THE DRIVER CAN ONLY COMPETE IN SERIES EVENTS WITH AN ENGINE EQUIPPED WITH ORIGINAL FACTORY GM SEALING BOLTS, OR CRATE USA SEALS FROM AN AUTHORIZED REBUILDER APROVED AND, AUTHORIZED BY CRATE RACIN USA OFFICIALS. DRIVER AND/OR OWNER WILL BE NOTIFIED IN WRITING OF SERIES DECISION, ALL DECISIONS ARE FINAL. 9. ANY VIOLATION OF THE ENGINE RULES AND/OR FACTORY SPECS OUTSIDE THE SEALING BOLTS OF THE ENGINE WILL RESULT IN THE DRIVER BEING DISQUALIFIED FROM THAT EVENT. DRIVER AND/OR OWNER COULD BE SUSPENDED FROM SERIES COMPETITION FOR UP TO BUT NOT MORE THAN 30 DAYS, AND FINED UP TO BUT NOT MORE THAN $500.00, AT SERIES OFFICIALS DISCRETION. DRIVER AND/OR OWNER WILL BE NOTIFIED IN WRITING OF SERIES DECISION, ALL DECISIONS ARE FINAL. ENGINE SETBACK RULE: 1. ENGINE SETBACK WILL BE 6" FROM CENTER OF TOP BALL JOINT TO THE #1 SPARK PLUG WITH A 1-INCH TOLERANCE ON ENGINE SETBACK. THERE WILL BE A 50 POUND PENALTY FORWARD OF THE MOTOR PLATE FOR EACH 1/2-INCH OF SET BACK BEYOND SEVEN (7) INCHES OF ENGINE SETBACK. NO CARS WITH MORE THAN AN EIGHT (8) INCH ENGINE SETBACK WILL BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE. CARBURETOR RULES: 1. ONE FOUR-BARREL CARBURETOR ONLY OF ANY MANUFACTURE. 2. ENGINE MUST BE NATURALLY ASPIRATED. 3. 604 - MAY USE ONE CARBURETOR SPACER (1 INCH-ONE PIECE WITH .040 TOLERANCE MAXIMUM) AND TWO STANDARD PAPER GASKETS (MAXIMUM 0.070 INCH THICK), ONE GASKET BETWEEN INTAKE TO SPACER AND ONE GASKET BETWEEN SPACER TO CARBURETOR. 4. 602 - MAY USE ONE CARBURETOR SPACER (2 INCH-ONE PIECE WITH .040 TOLERANCE MAXIMUM) AND TWO STANDARD PAPER GASKETS (MAXIMUM 0.070 INCH THICK), ONE GASKET BETWEEN INTAKE TO SPACER AND ONE GASKET BETWEEN SPACER TO CARBURETOR DISTRIBUTOR RULE: 1. ANY ELECTRONIC DISTRIBUTOR-TYPE IGNITION SYSTEM. NO CRANK TRIGGER, DISTRIBUTORLESS MULTI-COIL, OR MAGNETO IGNITION SYSTEM. STARTER RULE: 1. ALL CARS MUST HAVE STARTER IN WORKING ORDER. WATER PUMP RULES: 1. CAST OR ALUMINUM PERMITTED. 2. NO ELECTRIC WATER PUMP. EXHAUST RULES: 1. COLLECTOR TYPE HEADERS REQUIRED. MUST HAVE FOUR (4) TUBES INTO ONE (1) COLLECTOR OF A CONSISTENT DIAMETER 2. MUFFLERS NOT REQUIRED UNLESS TRACK MANDATES. WHEN MANDATED MUFFLER'S MUST HAVE SOME TYPE OF INTERNAL NOISE DAMPENING CHARACTERISTICS, BAFFLES, EXTRUDED HOLES, SCREEN, CHAMBERED, ETC. MUFFLER'S MUST MEET LOCAL SPEEDWAY'S NOISE DECIBAL REQUIREMENTS. 3. NO TRI-Y HEADERS OR MERGED HEADERS ALLOWED 4. NO SQUARE-TUBE HEADERS ALLOWED FUEL CELL - FUEL PUMP RULES: 1. AN APPROVED FUEL CELL (32 GALLON MAXIMUM) MUST BE SECURELY MOUNTED IN THE TRUNK AREA OF THE CAR, INSIDE A .20 GAUGE METAL BOX SUPPORTED BY A MINIMUM OF TWO 2" BY 1/8" STEEL STRAPS. 2. ALL FUEL CELLS MUST BE COMPLETELY VISIBLE FROM REAR OF CAR. 3. GASOLINE OR RACING GAS ONLY - NO ETHANOL (E85, OR E105) NO METHANOL, OR ALCOHOL - NO NITROUS OXIDE. NO PROPYLENE OXIDE, OR CHEMICAL ADDITIVES. FUELS MUST HAVE A SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF LESS THAN .745. ANY FUEL WITH A SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF .745 OR GREATER WILL BE DISQUALIFIED. IT IS THE RACERS RESPONSIBILITY TO KNOW WHAT HE/SHE IS PUTTING IN THE FUEL CELL. THE NEW VP CHP RACING FUEL IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED, AS IT IS SPECIALLY FORMULATED FOR THE GM PERFORMANCE CIRCLE TRACK ENGINES FOR MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE AND DURABILITY. 4. MECHANICAL FUEL PUMP ONLY, CAM DRIVEN OR BELT DRIVEN, NO ELECTRIC FUEL PUMPS. ENGINE PROTESTS: 1. THE PROTEST FEE FOR A COMPLETE TEAR DOWN AN ENGINE THAT FINISHES THE A-MAIN IS $900, AND THE FEE MUST BE PAID TO THE RACE DIRECTOR OR TECHNICAL DIRECTOR, IN CASH, WITHIN 10 MINUTES AFTER THE CHECKERED FLAG HAS FALLEN ON THE A-MAIN. MUST FINISH IN THE TOP 5 TO BE ELIGIBLE TO PROTEST. $250 OF PROTEST FEE WILL GO THE SERIES OR TRACK, REMAINING $650 WILL GO TO WINNER OF PROTEST. 2. ONLY THREE PEOPLE FROM THE PROTESTED CAR AND 1 PERSON DESIGNATED FROM THE TEAM PROTESTING WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE TECH AREA DURING A PROTEST 2. SPOILER SIZE MAXIMUM 12". SPOILERS MUST BE MADE OF A SOLID MATERIAL SUCH AS LEXAN OR, SHEET ALUMINUM, OR MATERIALS OF EQUAL STRENGTH. SPOILER & SPOILER SUPPORTS SHOULD BE MADE OF EQUAL MATERIAL ON ALL AREAS. NO OPEN SPOILER SUPPORTS. SPOILER HEIGHT, WIDTH, AND ANGLE MUST BE THE SAME AT ALL TIMES FOR THE ENTIRE AREA OF THE SPOILER. NO VARYING SPOILER HEIGHTS OR SPOILER ANGLES. WEIGHT RULES: 1. GM CRATE ENGINE #88958602 - 2200 LBS. AT QUALIFYING, 1LB PER LAP BURN OFF ON HEATS, CONSYS, & FEATURE RACE. (GREEN FLAG LAPS ONLY) 2. GM CRATE ENGINE # 88958604 - 2300 LBS. AT QUALIFYING, 1LB PER LAP BURN OFF ON HEATS, CONSYS, & FEATURE RACE. (GREEN FLAG LAPS ONLY) 3. ATTACHED WEIGHT MUST BE SECURELY BOLTED TO FRAME WITH 1/2" OR LARGER BOLTS. WEIGHT MUST BE PAINTED WHITE WITH CAR NUMBER DISPLAYED. PENALTY FOR LOSING ATTACHED WEIGHT ON THE RACE TRACK IS DISQUALIFICATION FROM THE EVENT. Weight 2350lb at qualifying NLMS Engine. 1 pound per lap burn off on heats, last chance, and feature races, green flag laps ONLY. Track scales are the Official scales of the race weekend. 2013 NLMS Chevy Engine Rules 1. Engine in car must match manufacturer of body used. Example: Ford Thunderbird must run Ford Engine: Camero must use chevy Engine: Dodge Intrepid must run Mopar Engine. 2. Chevrolet 350 cubic inch + .060. 3. Cast iron blocks ONLY. Factory production, GM Performance Parts,World Products, or Dart blocks as long as block remains same configuration of Stock Chevy blocks. NO lightening of any blocks allowed. 4. Must have stock oiling systems. No dry sump systems. 5. May have straps on stock main caps. After market steel caps-straight bolt or angle splayed caps OK. 6. No oversize valve lifter holes. 7. Oil coolers - OK 8. Accu sump OK - Pressurized accu sumps OK CRANKSHAFT 1. Crank must be factory stock stroke. 2. Stock stroke for engine used. 3.48" Chevy 3. Balancing OK 4. Cross Drilling OK 5. No knife edge or winged cranks. 6. Any after market forged steel or cast production type crank stock stroke for engine used. No Billets. Mini¬mum rod pin diameter 2.00 inch. 7. Crank weight 48 lbs. minimum Chevy engine. CONNECTING RODS 1.Any forged steel Sportsman connecting rod with the following dimensions: 7/16 rod bolt, 5.7" Connecting rods not to exceed $750 cost. "I" Beam Rods Allowed: 1. Crower Sportsman 5.7 SP93205B--8 5.7 2. Eagle SIR5700BBLW 5.7 3. K-1 CF5700ALLB 8 5.7 4. Manley Sportmaster 14101-8 5.7 5. Pro-Comp PC 4112 5.7 6. Scat 2-ICR5700-7/16 5.7 "H" Beam Rods Allowed: 1. Eagle CRS5700BLW 5.7 2. Callies-Compstar CSA5700DS2A2AH 5.7 3. K-1 CH5700-ALL BB 5.7 4. Manley 14050-8 5.7 5. Pro-Comp PC4131 5.7 2. May polish beams. 3. May use after market rod bolts. 4. No Titanium Rods - No Carillo Rods. 5. No profiling of rods, no cnc maching of center of beam, no removing of manufacture name and rod size. PISTONS 1.Any flat top piston. ENGINE BALANCING 1.Engine balancing permitted HARMONIC BALANCER 1.Any Harmonic Balance 2.Balancer may be pinned. HEADS 1.Chevy, OEM or Performance cast iron heads, or NLMS Brodix "SPEC" Aluminum head, only heads permitted. 2.Milling heads accepted. 3.Multi angle valve job permitted 4.Maximum intake valve size 2.02", Maximum Exhaust valve size 1.6", Hollow Stem valves permitted. 5.NO titanium valves permitted 6.May use any valve spring, valve retainer, oversize valve stem, lash cap, any steel pushrod, screw in studs, guide plates, stud girdle, any stud mount roller rockers. Stud must go thru center of rockers. 7.NO shaft mounted rocker systems 8.NO porting, polishing, gasket matching, or coating on inside of head runners. No Epoxing in runners. No short side radiousing. Must be able to see and feel the defined raised lip of original bowl in the cylinder head, in all areas of the bowl, AND All bowl work must Remain concentric with the valve guide, and NO machined or grinding work more than .650" below the 45 degree valve seat. AnyWork done more than .650" below valve seat will be deemed port work NOT part of the valve job. Any completely smooth blends, of the bowl on the short side (even though you can see where the cutter stops) will be considered short siding, again must be able to see and feel the defined raised lip of the original bowl. 9.NO altered or ground off casting numbers. 10.Chevy Vortec head permitted casting No's. 12554290-10125320-12552520-13555690-10239906- & 062. Total intake runner volume not to exceed 173CC. Total runner volume Exhaust runner not to exceed 64CC. 11.Chevy PhaseII cast iron bow tie head (new style), part number 1013492, casting number 140110034 allowed. Maximum runner volumeon intake not to exceed 184CC. 12.New Chevy Vortec/Bowtie Head part #25534351 Ok. Maximum runner volume 186CC. Maximum Exhaust runner volume 69CC. 13. Dart Iron eagle 180 head permitted (part#'s 10110010, 10110010F, 10120010). 182cc Maximum intake runner volume, 77cc maximum exhaust volume. 2.02" Intake valve max, and 1.6" exhaust valve max. NO Machined cuts more than .700" below valve seat. NO Iron Eagle 200,215, or 200,215 Platinum heads allowed. INTAKE MANIFOLD 1.Any cast iron or aluminum intake. 2.No porting, polishing, squaring/gasket matching of ports. When using NLMS SPEC aluminum heads, you may gasket match intake port opening no more than ½" (.500") deep into runner. NO MATCHING ON HEAD SIDE. 3.May run 1" spacer 4.Turtle OK not altered 5.Total adapter not to exceed 1" total. Any thing mounted between carburetor and intake is considered spacer, and can not exceed 1" total. 6.Directional spacers OK. 7.All intakes must be from a recognized name brand intake manufacturer, ex Edelbrock, Brodix, Holley, Weiand, etc. MUST have manufacturers name and part number intact and unaltered. NO import manifolds allowed. CAMSHAFT 1.Any flat tappet cam 2.Stock diameter lifters ONLY .842", OEM size to make of engine, NO ceramic foot lifters allowed, all lifters must have a magnetic base. 3.NO roller cams or lifters 4.Cast iron stick ONLY, NO billet cams. TIMING GEARS 1.Timing chain and gears ONLY 2.NO gear drives, or belt drives CARBURETOR 1.One dual line, single pump 3310 Holly, with Vacuum sec. or Holley 80803 HP series double pumper. Only carburetors allowed for NLMS competition. 2.May remove choke butterfly. 3.Holley 3310 May drill idle holes in primary butterflies. There should be No half, or flat throttle shafts in the primary side of the carburetor's base plate. A.The primary throttle shaft, with a 172 butterfly should be a minimum of .1868" thick B.The secondary round shaft, with a 172 butterfly should be a minimum of .1828" thick. C.The secondary half or flat shaft with a 172 butterfly, should be a minimum of .1228 thick D.Billett base plate allowed must meet factory Holly specs. On throttle bores, and above throttle shaft specs. Note: Checked with go-no-go gauges 4.May install secondary jet metering plate, Billet metering plate allowed. 5.May NOT remove choke horn on 3310. 6.NO porting or polishing. 7.Ford 735 c.f.m. OK, Secondary Throttle screw OK. 8.Four corner idle OK. 9.Carbs checked with Go-No-Go gauges. 10.stock 3/8" inside diameter boosters 3310 & 80803 Holley. Down leg Boosters OK, must remain stock Holly specs. FUEL PUMP AND FUEL CELL 1.Stock mount fuel pumps ONLY. 2.No electric or belt driven fuel pumps 3.Steel case on fuel cell recommended WATER PUMP1.Stock mount ONLY. 2.Electric fans OK. IGNITION 1.Any battery operated. 2.No crank trigger ignition, & No Magnetos 3.NO Electronic Traction Control device!! MSD in Association with the NLMS are working together to eliminate electronic traction control. MSD is currently developing a new ignition box that block traction control and has the capability to be checked via computer via computer to make There is no traction control, and that the ignition box is working according to MSD specifications, and has not been tampered with. The new Box will become Mandatory when available, and will become part of Post Race Tech This is new technology and WILL be implemented when Readily available to all NLMS teams. 4. MSD Boxes may not be mounted in drivers cockpit. The trigger wiring Harness (ie. green and purple wires) must go straight from box thru firewall and follow along engine side of firewall, and be easily accessible for inspection. The NLMS reserves the right to inspect MSD boxes at any time, and the right to hold winnings and impound MSD boxes to be sent to MSD for inspection. MSD (Autotronic Controls Corp.) has agreed to work with the NLMS to prevent the use of Electronic Traction Control (ETC). If at any time an ETC is found it will be confiscated by the NLMS and SEVERE penalties will levied against the infracting team found to be using ETC. RADIATOR 1.Must be close to stock location, mounted in front the motor. STARTER 1.Must have operating starter.
2013 NLMS FORD ENGINE RULES HEADS 1.Sportsman M-6049-N351 or M6049-N352 heads allowed. NO after market heads. N351 head maximum intake runner volume 195CC, Exhaust runners 80CC maximum. N352 head maximum intake runner volume 188CC, and Maximum exhaust runner volume 77CC. Combustion chamber volume either head, 62CC. NO Tolerance. Maximum valve size 2.02" intake, & 1.65" exhaust. May use Brodix NLMS "SPEC" aluminum heads, Brodix Spec Head 60cc Minimum Combustion Chamber. Hollow Stem Valves Permitted any Head. No Angle Milling Ford Brodix Spec Head!! 2.Cylinder head must be unported. NO porting, polishing, gasket matching, or coating on inside of head runners. No Epoxing in runners. No short side radiousing. Must be able to see and feel the defined raised lip of original bowl in the cylinder head, in all areas of the bowl, AND All bowl work must Remain concentric with the valve guide, and NO machined or grinding work more than .650" below the 45 degree valve seat. Any Work done more than .650" below valve seat will be deemed port work NOT part of the valve job. Any completely smooth blends, of the bowl on the short side (even though you can see where the cutter stops) will be considered short siding, again must be able to see and feel the defined raised lip of the original bowl. 3.Stud mount rockers ONLY, stud must go through center of rocker arm. No shaft mount rockers. BLOCK 1.M6010-D351, M351, or N351 are acceptable blocks. N351 block will cost the racer the least amount money on machine work, and would be preferred. 2. Dart Block Part #31384195, and 31385195 allowed. World Products Block part # 087150 and 087152 allowed. 3. No lightening of engine blocks allowed. CRANKSHAFT 1.Any cast or forged steel (No Billets) crankshaft must have a stock stroke of 3.50", and weigh a minimum of 54lb. No knife edging or winging of cranks. Ford part #M-6303-G351 is a good place to start, The M-6303-G351 is to lite. 2. Ford may run after market crankshaft, but must meet all of above criteria. OIL PUMP 1.Wet sump oil system, or may use an external single stage belt driven oil pump. Oil must be pumped from, and returned to oil pan. CONNECTING RODS 1.Any forged steel sportsman rod, 6" maximum length, 7/16 rod bolts permitted. Connecting rods not to exceed $750 cost. "I" Beam Rods Allowed: A. Crower Sportsman 6" B. Eagle 6" C. K-1 6" D. Manley Sportmaster 6" E. Pro-Comp 6" F.Scat 6" "H" Beam Rods Allowed: A. Eagle 6" B. Callies-Compstar 6" C. K-1 6" D. Manley 6" E. Pro-Comp 6" 2.NO Billet rods, or Carilla rods. 3.May polish beams, No profiling or cnc machining in center of beams. 4.Manufacturer's name and Rod size must remain on rod. PISTONS 1.Any flat top piston. ENGINE BALANCING 1.Engine Balancing permitted CAMSHAFT 1.Any flat tappet cam 2.Stock diameter lifters ONLY ..875", OEM size to make of engine, NO ceramic foot lifters allowed, all lifters must have a magnetic base. 3.NO roller cams or lifters 4.Cast iron stick ONLY, NO billet cams. TIMING GEARS 1.Timing chain and gears ONLY 2.NO gear drives, or belt drives INTAKE MANIFOLD 1.Any cast iron or aluminum intake. 2.No porting, polishing, squaring/gasket matching of ports. When using NLMS SPEC aluminum heads, you may gasket match intake port opening no more than ½" (.500") deep into runner. NO MATCHING ON HEAD SIDE. 3.May run 1" spacer 4.Turtle OK not altered 5.Total adapter not to exceed 1" total. Any thing mounted between carburetor and intake is considered spacer, and can not exceed 1" total. 6.Directional spacers OK. 7.All intakes must be from a recognized name brand intake manufacturer, ex Edelbrock, Brodix, Holley, Weiand, etc. MUST have manufacturers name and part number intact and unaltered. NO import manifolds allowed CARBURETOR 1.One dual line, single pump 3310 Holly, with Vacuum sec. or Holley 80803 HP Series Double Pumper 2.May remove choke butterfly. 3.May drill idle holes in primary butterflies. There should be No half, or flat throttle shafts in the primary side of the carburetor's base plate. A.The primary throttle shaft, with a 172 butterfly should be a minimum of .1868" thick B.The secondary round shaft, with a 172 butterfly should be a minimum of .1828" thick. C.The secondary half or flat shaft with a 172 butterfly, should be a minimum of .1228 thick D.Billett base plate allowed must meet factory Holly specs. On throttle bores, and above throttle shaft specs. Note: Checked with go-no-go gauges 4.May install secondary jet metering plate, Billet metering plate allowed. 5.Holley 3310 May NOT remove choke horn. 6.NO porting or polishing. 7.Ford 735 c.f.m. OK, Secondary Throttle screw OK. 8.Four corner idle OK. 9.Carbs checked with Go-No-Go gauges. 10.stock 3/8" inside diameter boosters 3310 & 80803 Holley. Down leg Boosters OK, must remain stock Holly specs.
FUEL PUMP AND FUEL CELL 1.Stock mount fuel pumps ONLY. 2.No electric or belt driven fuel pumps 3.Steel case on fuel cell recommended WATER PUMP 1.Stock mount ONLY. 2.Electric fans OK. IGNITION 1.Any battery operated. 2.No crank trigger ignition, & No Magnetos 3.NO Electronic Traction Control device!! MSD in Association with the NLMS are working together to eliminate electronic traction control. MSD is currently developing a new ignition box that block traction control and has the capability to be checked via computer via computer to make There is no traction control, and that the ignition box is working according to MSD specifications, and has not been tampered with. The new Box will become Mandatory when available, and will become part of Post Race Tech This is new technology and WILL be implemented when Readily available to all NLMS teams. 4. MSD Boxes may not be mounted in drivers cockpit. The trigger wiring Harness (ie. green and purple wires) must go straight from box thru firewall and follow along engine side of firewall, and be easily accessible for inspection. The NLMS reserves the right to inspect MSD boxes at any time, and the right to hold winnings and impound MSD boxes to be sent to MSD for inspection. MSD (Autotronic Controls Corp.) has agreed to work with the NLMS to prevent the use of Electronic Traction Control (ETC). If at any time an ETC is found it will be confiscated by the NLMS and SEVERE penalties will levied against the infracting team found to be using ETC. RADIATOR 1.Must be close to stock location, mounted in front the motor. STARTER 1.Must have operating starter. 2013 NLMS MOPAR ENGINE RULES BLOCKS 1.360 Mopar production cast iron blocks permitted, also permitted is the Mopar performance cast iron "A" engine block or R3 block part #P4876792AB (59 degree valve tappet) or P4876672AB (48 degree valve tappet) is a good starting point World Producst, or Dart Blocks allowed must remain the same configuration of stock Mopar blocks. 2.Block may ONLY have a Maximum cylinder bore of 4.030". 3.Wet sump oil system ONLY. No dry sumps. CRANKSHAFT 1.Any Forged steel or cast cranks ONLY. No Billets. Mopar performance crankshafts part #P5007253A is a good start. Must have stock stroke 3.58", 50lb minimum weight. Minimum rod pin diameter 2.100". NO knife edging, or winging of crankshaft. Balancing permitted. CONNECTING RODS 1.Any forged steel sportsman rod, 6" maximum length, 7/16 rod bolts permitted. Connecting rods not to exceed $750 cost. "I" Beam Rods Allowed: A. Crower Sportsman 6" B. Eagle 6" C. K-1 6" D. Manley Sportmaster 6" E. Pro-Comp 6" F. Scat 6" "H" Beam Rods Allowed: A. Eagle 6" B. Callies-Compstar 6" C. K-1 6" D. Manley 6" E. Pro-Comp 6" 2.NO Billet rods, or Carilla rods. 3.May polish beams, No profiling of cnc machining in center of beams. 4.Manufacturer's name and Rod size must remain on rod. PISTONS 1.Any flat top piston permitted. HARMONIC BALANCER 1.Any harmonic balancer permitted CYLINDER HEADS 1.Mopar W2 cast iron cylinder head permitted part number P5249769 (59 degree block) 180cc max intake runner volume, & 78cc max exhaust runner volume. P5007445 (48 degree block) 190cc max intake runner volume, 78cc max exhaust runner volume, or P5007445AB 196cc max intake runner volume, 78cc max exhaust runner volume, and casting numbers must remain on head unaltered. 64cc mimimum combustion chamber volume. NO TOLLERANCE. May use Brodix NLMS "SPEC" aluminum heads. 2.2.02" maximum intake valve diameter, and 1.60" maximum exhaust valve diameter. No Titanium valves, Steel or Stainless Steel valves ONLY. 11/32" minimum valve stem diameter. Multi angle valve job permitted. Hollow Stem Valves Permitted any cylinder head. 3.No porting, polishing, gasket matching, or epoxying of runners. No short side radiousing. No bowl work more than .500" below 45 degree valve seat cut. Must be able to see and feel the defined raised lip of original bowl in the cylinder head, in all areas of the bowl, AND All bowl work must Remain concentric with the valve guide, and Any completely smooth blends, of the bowl on the short side (even though you can see where the cutter stops) will be considered short siding, again must be able to see and feel the defined raised lip of the original bowl. Milling of heads of accepted, (note combustion chamber limit above) 4.May use any diameter valve spring. Any Valve retainer, 11/32" minimum valve stem diameter. Any Steel push rod. Steel Valve keepers ONLY. Mopar may run shaft mounted rocker system. INTAKE MANIFOLD 1.Any cast iron or aluminum intake. 2.No porting, polishing, squaring/gasket matching of ports. When using NLMS SPEC aluminum heads, you may gasket match intake port opening no more than ½" (.500") deep into runner. NO MATCHING ON HEAD SIDE. 3.May run 1" spacer 4.Turtle OK not altered 5.Total adapter not to exceed 1" total. Any thing mounted between carburetor and intake is considered spacer, and can not exceed 1" total. 6.Directional spacers OK. 7.All intakes must be from a recognized name brand intake manufacturer, ex Edelbrock, Brodix, Holley, Weiand, etc. MUST have manufacturers name and part number intact and unaltered. NO import manifolds allowed CAMSHAFT 1.Any flat tappet cam 2.Stock diameter lifters ONLY .904", OEM size to make of engine, NO ceramic foot lifters allowed, all lifters must have a magnetic base. 3.NO roller cams or lifters 4.Cast iron stick ONLY, NO billet cams. TIMING GEARS 1.Timing chain and gears ONLY 2.NO gear drives, or belt drives CARBURETOR 1.One dual line, single pump 3310 Holly, with Vacuum sec. or Holley 80803 HP Series Double Pumper. 2.May remove choke butterfly. 3.May drill idle holes in primary butterflies. There should be No half, or flat throttle shafts in the primary side of the carburetor's base plate. A.The primary throttle shaft, with a 172 butterfly should be a minimum of .1868" thick B.The secondary round shaft, with a 172 butterfly should be a minimum of .1828" thick. C.The secondary half or flat shaft with a 172 butterfly, should be a minimum of .1228 thick D.Billett base plate allowed must meet factory Holly specs. On throttle bores, and above throttle shaft specs. Note: Checked with go-no-go gauges 4.May install secondary jet metering plate, Billet metering plate allowed. 5.3310 Holley May NOT remove choke horn. 6.NO porting or polishing. 7.Ford 735 c.f.m. OK, Secondary Throttle screw OK. 8.Four corner idle OK. 9.Carbs checked with Go-No-Go gauges. 10.stock 3/8" inside diameter boosters 3310 & 80803 Holley. Down leg Boosters OK, must remain stock Holly specs. FUEL PUMP AND FUEL CELL 1.Stock mount fuel pumps ONLY. 2.No electric or belt driven fuel pumps 3.Steel case on fuel cell recommended WATER PUMP 1.Stock mount ONLY. 2.Electric fans OK. IGNITION 1.Any battery operated. 2.No crank trigger ignition, & No Magnetos 3.NO Electronic Traction Control device!! MSD in Association with the NLMS are working together to eliminate electronic traction control. MSD is currently developing a new ignition box that block traction control and has the capability to be checked via computer via computer to make There is no traction control, and that the ignition box is working according to MSD specifications, and has not been tampered with. The new Box will become Mandatory when available, and will become part of Post Race Tech This is new technology and WILL be implemented when Readily available to all NLMS teams. 4. MSD Boxes may not be mounted in drivers cockpit. The trigger wiring Harness (ie. green and purple wires) must go straight from box thru firewall and follow along engine side of firewall, and be easily accessible for inspection. The NLMS reserves the right to inspect MSD boxes at any time, and the right to hold winnings and impound MSD boxes to be sent to MSD for inspection. MSD (Autotronic Controls Corp.) has agreed to work with the NLMS to prevent the use of Electronic Traction Control (ETC). If at any time an ETC is found it will be confiscated by the NLMS and SEVERE penalties will levied against the infracting team found to be using ETC. RADIATOR 1.Must be close to stock location, mounted in front the motor. Suspension: 1. Any Late Model Chassis allowed, Stock Clip, Square tube or Round tube. NO aluminum frames or front clips on chassis, square tube frames mut be a minimum of 2"x 2" tubing, round tube must be a minimum of 1 ¾" tubing. 2. Full racing roll cage mandatory, 1 ½ OD x .090 steel tubing minimum. No chrome moly tubing. 3. Engine Location, 6 1/2" from center of cross member to #1 spark plug on stock clip cars, 6 1/2" from center of upper control arm mount to #1 spark plug on full jig cars or 25 ½" from mid plate to center of upper control arm mount measured on left side only, ½" tolerance. 50lb penalty per full inch that engine is set back to far, weight must be mounted in front of engine block. Ex. Engine set back 8" or 27" must add 50lb in front of motor, 9" or 28" 100lb in front of motor. 4. One working shock per wheel, except left rear may have 2 workable shocks ONLY. Single adjustable, or Double adjustable shocks allowed. 5. May run 1 of the following rear suspensions, 5th coil or torque link, NOT both. 1 90/10 shock allowed to be mounted top of rear end. 6. Any 14" aluminum wheel allowed. NO carbon fiber or other exotic material wheels permitted. 7. Minimum wheel base 103", 1" tolerance. Tires Hoosier, Spec. D21, Crate D21 & 55, Spec. 1350, Spec. 28, Spec. D55, D70 Or American Racer 48 & 56 Body: 1. Stock appearing after market accepted. May be made of steel, aluminum or fiberglass. 2. NO wedge style bodies. NO roof mounted wings or spoilers allowed. 3. Nose and roof must match body style. 4. Floor boards, and fire wall must cover the drivers area and be constructed to provide maximum safety. 5. Drivers seat must remain in same general area as the general design. 6. Windshield screen or bars are mandatory. 7. Numbers and Lettering should be neat, numbers should be at least 18" high, and are required on doors and roof. 8. NO fins, or raised lips of any kind permitted anywhere the entire length of car. Body line must be smooth and even line from front to rear. 9. NO bump bars of any kind. Nose Pieces: 1. Must have stock nose. NO wedge noses. 2. Must be made of molded type material. 20" bottom to top. 3. Two piece nose must be fastened together in center, NO spacers to gain width. Must mounted not to alter original shape. 4. No cutting from bottom or sides. NO adding to bottom at frontal area to achieve lower ground clearance. 5. Stock nose piece can extend a maximum of 50" from center of front hub to farthest point extending forward. 6. Front fender flairs must be made of plastic, and can NOT alter shape of original nose piece. They can extend beyond front tire width with wheels pointed straight, and must have collapsible support. (No steel supports) 7. GM cars must run GM nose piece (ex.Monte Carlo), Ford cars must run Ford nose piece (ex Mustang), Mopar must run Mopar nose piece (ex. Charger). Roofs and Roof Supports: 1. Must be stock appearing and mounted level. 45" minimum height from ground. 2. Must be mounted parallel to body and near center of car. 3. minimum material 41" long by 46" wide. Maximum material 45" long by 54" wide. NO lips on rear of roof. 4. Fiberglass roofs OK. 5. All roof side panels must extend to edge body. Rear roof supports (C pillars) may be curved, no more than 3" of curve at widest point, measured with a straight edge from roof edge to body edge. Supports must be max. of 18" at top where mounts to roof, tapered to max 3" high at rear of support, with base or bottom a maximum of 40" long. If rear supports have window opening, both must be either open, or closed, NOT 1 open and 1 closed. 6. Any sun shields (4" maximum) must be hinged for easy exiting. 7. Front roof supports can be no more or less than 2" wide by 24" long must be flat, no arched roof supports on front. Front Fenders and Hood: A. Must be level and flat from left to right side of car. B. Fenders can not gain height from rear to front of car C. NO part of fenders or hood can be below outside body line. Doors: 1. At NO point can door side break inward toward center of car. Interior: 1. Interior may be dropped inward to the middle of the car no more than 3" below the top of the doors and must be at least 12" below the roll cage, (1" tolerance). 2. Interior must gradually taper up to the quarter panel height, and be level for 32" from the rear of the quarter panel. 3. Interior (decking) must be fastened flush at the top of the doors and quarter panels, and may taper gradually towards the center of the car, not creating a lip effect, with a minimum of 8" taper. Quarter Panels: 1. NO offset quarter panels, except equal taper towards the center of the car. 2. Tire clearance from body must be at least 2". NO wheel skirts. 3. At NO point can quarter panels break in towards center of car. 4. Quarter panels should measure a Maximum of 46" from center of rear end to rear edge of quarter panel, 52" maximum from center of rear end to top corner of quarter panel where spoiler mounts. Quarter panels must be a maximum of 36" high from ground to top rear corner of quarter panel. (all measurements 1" tolerance) Spoiler: 1. Rear spoiler must manufactured of a sturdy material such as lexan, or aluminum. 2. Rear spoiler material can be 8" wide maximum of total material, measured from deck to tip of material. Maximum width of spoiler is 72" wide. 3. Rear spoiler can not be mounted above the deck to create a wing effect. 4. Spoiler must begin where quarter panels end. NO extended decks. 5. Spoiler supports must be a maximum of 18" long across bottom, measured where support meets deck. Maximum 3" high in front, and a maximum of 8" at its highest point, at rear measured from top of rear deck. Supports may be squared off at top of support at the rear, 6" wide maximum. Top edge may rolled or lipped a maximum of 1" for added strength and support.
Click here to download this form 2013 LIMITED SPORTSMAN RULES AMS LIMITED SPORTSMAN CAR This division is open to any 1955 or newer sedan, or jig-built chassis with stock front clip. WEIGHT A. Stock clip car with built motor 2650 lbs. after race minus 1 lb. per lap burn off. B. GM 602 with factory seals in tube car 2650 lbs. after race minus 1 lb. per lap burn off. C. GM 602 crate engine in stock front clip cars, deduct 150 lbs. from above combinations. 2500 lbs. with driver. D. Tube cars may run with 602 crate motor only. NO weight deduction on these cars and 40 lbs. of weight must be mounted ahead of flywheel. E. Stock clip car with 1.94/1.50 valve size, minimum 63cc combustion chamber and maximum 1.50 diameter valve spring 2600 lbs. after race minus 1 lb. per lap burn off ENGINE A. ONLY stock production steel V-8 or V-6 engines. Motor maybe setback 1"from #1 spark plug to top ball joint. Solid motor mounts permitted. B. 360 cubic inches maximum Ford and Chevrolet. 374 cubic inches maximum Dodge/Chrysler. MUST utilize stock bore and stroke combinations. Small block engines ONLY. C. .060ths over bore permitted on all engines. Block may be surfaced. Pistons may not exceed top of block more than one 10th. Measured with out head gasket. D. Stock steel rods or stock type steel rods. Eagle H-Beams rods permitted, but no other H-Beam rods allowed. MUST be stock length to the engine. (EX: 350 Chevrolet 5.7" maximum length). No titanium, aluminum or any other exotic material permitted. Ford and Mopar 6 inch rods permitted. E. Steel or cast factory production crank shafts ONLY. 48 lbs. minimum weight. Casting number must be plainly visible. Cranks must be stock stroke to engine. (EX: 3.48" maximum for 350 Chevrolet) NO knife edging. Eagle or Scat crankshaft OK must meet above rules! Ford crankshaft must weigh 54 lbs. F. No dry sump oiling systems G. Engine balancing permitted. H. Chassis type collector headers ONLY. Tri-Y headers permitted. Headers must turn in under firewall or out bottom of fender. Must have Schoenfeld muffler # 112535 or other muffler that has adequate noise reduction and performance features. I. Any flat top piston. 2 or 4 valve relief piston permitted. Ford must use these pistons when running World Products Windsor SR heads. J. Any flat tappet camshaft permitted. No roller camshafts. Lifters must be stock diameter. CYLINDER HEADS A. Any OEM Factory production steel heads. GM 062 or 906 Vortec heads allowed. NO Dart or SVO. Ford may run GT40 steel head. Dodge can run w2 steel heads. Bowtie Phase ll cast Iron head permitted part # 1013492 casting # 140110034. B. NO angle plug heads, except Ford or Chrysler. C. Angle milling of heads OK. D. Multi angle valve job permitted. NO porting, polishing, squaring, or epoxying of ports. E. Valve size Chevrolet, Ford or Mopar 2.02" intakes and 1.65" exhausts max. F. Stainless steel valves permitted. G. Screw in studs and guide plates permitted. H. Roller tip rockers. Aluminum rockers and stud girdles permitted. No shaft mounted rockers. I. Any valve retainers . Any spring permitted. J. GM 062 or 906 Vortec cylinder heads permitted with following specs: 175cc intake runner volume max; 64cc exhaust runner volume max. World Products 4360 or4361 and Windsor SR heads permitted. Engine Quest 350C head OK. Bowtie Phase ll maximum runner volume on intake not to exceed 184cc. K. NO aluminum heads permitted. INTAKE MANIFOLD A. Any aluminum or cast iron intake. B. NO porting, polishing, or epoxing of runners permitted. C. 1" carburetor spacer allowed. CARBURETOR A. 3310 vacuum secondary, Stock OEM production 4 barrel, or any carburetor smaller with vacuum secondary. B. Air horn may be removed. C. NO porting, polishing, or modifying of venturies. NO altering of boosters, throttle shafts, butterflies, or throttle plate. D. NO double pumpers permitted. Carbs checked with no-go-gauges made to Holley specs. E. May drill idle holes in primary butterflies. F. Crate motors may use any 4 barrel carburetor. FUEL SYSTEMS A. Stock fuel pumps ONLY. No electrical pumps. B. Racing fuel cell mandatory. C. NO alcohol, NO nitrous oxide, gas ONLY. D. Fuel must not be check above (+) (-) 5 on electric fuel checker when calibrated with A.M.S. track racing fuel. IGNITION A. Any electronic or breaker type ignition system allowed. B. No magnetos C. No traction control CLUTCH A. Triple disc clutch OK. B. May run aluminum flywheel. C. Must have working clutch. TRANSMISSION A. Stock factory production standard or automatic transmissions. Bert or Brinn transmissions allowed. No Jerico, Tex or other quick change transmissions. May run racing automatic transmission. B. Transmission must have two working forward gears and one working reverse gear. C. Driveshaft may be steel, aluminum or carbon fiber, and have steel drive shaft loop front and rear. Bert Ball Spline transmission must run carbon fiber drive shaft. FRAME AND SUSPENSION A. 104" wheel base minimum. 1" tolerance B. Uni-body chassis may be connected. C. Front clip must be stock and have a minimum 2" x 2" square tube or 1 ½" x .090 round steel tubing from rear of front clip to back bumper. May use tubular lower control arm mounted in stock location. D. May use safety spindles. ½" wheel studs and 1" lug nuts required. E. Tubular upper A-arms permitted. F. Stock steering ONLY. Quick steers allowed. NO RACK-N-PINION steering except jig built front ends equipped with GM 602 crate. G. Jack screws permitted. H. No coil-over springs on front. 5" coil springs required on front. Except Jig built cars equipped with GM 602 crate. I. Coil-over springs allowed on rear only. J. Racing shocks permitted. No single or double adjustable shocks allowed. No canister shocks. K. Stock or quick-change rear ends permitted. L. Torque links or rubber snubber bars okay. Must be mounted top of rear end to chassis. May run 9010 shock on top of rear end. Lift bar or 5th coil permitted on all cars. M. Any type trailing arms or leaf springs. 3 link or 4 link or swing arm rear suspension allowed. N. Traction shock on left rear permitted. BODY A. All bodies must meet UDTRA body rules. B. NO fins or raised lips of any kind permitted. C. Windshield screen or bars permitted. D. After-market aluminum or fiberglass bodies allowed. No wedge bodies. E. No push bars in front of bumper. F. 8" spoiler maximum height, spoiler may not be wider than 72" and supported with a maximum of 3 triangular supports not to exceed 18" long and 8" high at rear of support, and not more than 3" high at front of support. May use 1" wide flat aluminum for support. Top edge may be rolled or lipped a maximum of 1" for added strength and support. G. Car can't be wider than 76" front to rear.. Quarter panels can't be longer than 46" or higher than 37". H. Light tube bracing behind bumpers only. I. Must have front and rear tow hooks. J. Stock front clip cars may run 12" spoiler height and 18" max support width. WHEELS AND TIRES A. Steel or aluminum wheels allowed. B. 12" or 14" wheels allowed. Bead lock wheels allowed. C. Wide 5 adapters allowed. E. Track tire Spec D21, Spec D55, Spec D70, Spec 1350, Crate 21 or Crate 55 Hoosier Racing Tires. American Racer Spec 48, Spec56 or Spec 70 F. NO tire softeners allowed. Tires will be subject to a minimum durometer reading.
Click here to download this form HOBBY STOCK 2013 This division is open to any 1955 or newer sedan. NO station wagons or pick up trucks. DRIVER ELIGIBILITY A. Anyone with prior racing experience must be approved by A.M.S. to compete in Hobby Stock Division. WEIGHT A. 3250 lbs with Stock OEM Production factory steel heads and minimum 70cc combustion chamber B. Crate engine 602. GM Crate engine must have GM or GM/RM seal bolts. 3200 lbs. with driver C. 3325 lbs with Vortec heads and all heads less than 70cc combustion chamber D. All weight minimums deduct additional 1 lb. per lap burn off ENGINE A. Only stock factory production V-8 or V-6 engines permitted. Engine must be mounted in original position, but may use after market or fabricated engine mounts. B. GM (Buick/Olds/Pontiac/Chevy) 350 c.i.d., Ford 351 c.i.d. Chyrsler 340 or 360 c.i.d. engines must be stock bore and stroke. 0.60ths over bore permitted. C. NO big blocks permitted. D. Deck may be surfaced, but pistons may not exceed the top of block. E. Racing oil pans permitted. Must be made of steel - NO aluminum. F. NO engine interchanging. Car and engine must be same manufacturer. G. Stock factory production steel or cast iron cranks ONLY. NO knife edging or lightening of cranks. Crankshafts must be stock stroke to size of engine. NO stroking or D stroking. Must weigh minimum of 48 lbs Aftermarket Scat or Eagle crank OK no billet cranks. H. Engine balancing permitted. I. Stock factory exhaust manifolds or chassis type collector headers. Headers must turn under firewall and have collectors. Must be economy style header. Must have Schoenfeld muffler Model # 112535 or other muffler that has adequate noise reduction and performance features. PISTONS A. Any flat top piston permitted. B. No dome pistons permitted. RODS A. Stock length forged steel, I beam rods ONLY. (EX: Chevy 350 5.7") 3/8 rod bolt maximum. No H-beam rods. No Billet or exotic material connecting rods. CYLINDER HEADS A. Heads must be OEM production factory steel 461, 462, 492, or 041. Vortec or factory performance heads allowed. NO angle plug heads. No bowtie heads. B. NO porting, polishing, squaring, or epoxying of ports. Screw in studs or guide plates permitted. Rocker studs may be pinned. Any rocker arms and stud girdles allowed. 3 angle valve jobs permitted. All rocker arms must be standard stock ratio. (ex. GM 1.5) C. Stainless steel valves allowed. Valve sized ...Chevrolet 350 2.02" maximum intake & 1.65" maximum exhaust. Ford and Chrysler must be stock sizes. Stock diameter valve stems. D. Steel valve retainers and keepers ONLY. NO aluminum, titanium, or other exotic material retainer. Any valve spring. E. No mismatching of Cleveland or Windsor heads. F. Ford production Iron head only. Mopar production Iron head only. G. Heads with 1.94 intake, 1.5 exhaust, stock type single valve spring combined with a hydraulic cam receives a 100 lb weight break. Vortec heads are excluded from this weight break. CAMSHAFT A. Hydraulic flat tappet camshafts or solid flat tappet camshafts. No rollers or mushroom lifters. (Lifters must be stock diameter to make of engine. EX: .842" Chevy or .875" Ford) INTAKE A. Any aluminum or steel dual plane intake. 50 lb penalty for any air gap intake. 100 lb penalty for any intake with an A/B measurement (As defined in the Edelbrock catalog) over 5 inches. B. Adapter plates permitted on quadrajet style intake 1" thickness maximum. Adapter plate only. No Spacers C. No porting, polishing, squaring, or epoxying of intake ports, plenom, or runners. NO milling or hogging out plenom. D. NO carburetor spacers except Ford and Mopar stock cast iron intake permitted to run a 1" spacer. E. Ford and Mopar may run any aluminum intake. F. No carburetor spacer on any aluminum intake. G. May run OEM cast iron intake CARBURETOR: A. 3310 vacuum secondary Stock OEM production 4 barrel or any carburetor smaller with vacuum secondary. 1850 OK. B. Choke horn may not be removed. FUEL SYSTEM A. racing fuel cell required B. NO alcohol / NO Nitrous Oxide / Gas ONLY. C. Fuel must not check (+) (-) 5 on electric fuel checker when calibrated with racing fuel. IGNITION SYSTEM A. Stock factory production electronic or breaker type ignition systems ONLY. Ford and Dodge allowed HEI type aftermarket distributor. B. NO MSD's or aftermarket ignition systems of any kind allowed. NO spark enhancing devices of any type allowed. CLUTCH A. Standard stock type single disc clutches ONLY. Must have diaphragm or finger type pressure plates ONLY. B. 10" Steel flywheels ONLY. No drilling or lightening of flywheel allowed. 14 lb. minimum. Pressure plate 13.5 lb. minimum. C. No aluminum flywheels, multi-disc clutches, or RAM couplers allowed. D. Ford may run 11" 15 lb. aluminum flywheel. TRANSMISSION AND REAR END A. Stock factory production manual or automatic transmissions ONLY. Automatic's must have stock type and size torque converters. NO lock ups or shut off valves allowed. B. Stock factory production rear ends or floating axle rear ends. Axle tubes must remain stock length. No aluminum parts on or in rear end. C. All frames must be completely STOCK from front clip to rear clip. NO altering, shortening, or interchanging of any kind. D. Upper and lower control arms must be stock factory production control arms, and MUST be mounted in original locations with NO cutting, lengthing, shortening, or altering of any kind. NO interchanging. Front and Rear control arms. May run tubular upper control arms on front in stock location and have stock overall dimensions. Shocks must mount in stock location and utilize "T" type upper stock mounts. E. Uni-body cars can be connected. Stock shape of uni-body may not be altered in any way. F. NO reese bars, J-bars, torque links, or any other traction-enhancing device allowed. G. Shocks must be stock and mounted in stock location. Shock mounting brackets maybe aftermarket or fabricated but must remain in stock location. Brackets on rear shocks only maybe replaced with a heim end No aluminum shocks. H. Stock type suspension ONLY. Leaf spring cars must have leaf springs ONLY mounted in original position. Coil spring cars must have springs mounted in stock location, and use stock trailing arms. May shorten upper trailing arms for pinion angle only. Urethane bushings permitted No sliders on rear coil spring cars. I. Stock type brake systems ONLY. Dual master cylinders allowed. Dual master cylinders may NOT be driver adjustable. J. May have weight jacks on rear. BODY A. Bodies may be stock steel or aftermarket fiberglass or aluminum. All body parts must be stock appearing in shape and size. All body parts must have same dimensions as stock. B. Doors must be welded or bolted shut. C. Quarter panels must remain in original position. Cars with raised quarter panels or deck lids will be ruled illegal. D. After market nose pieces permitted. Nose pieces must match body. E. 6" spoilers with 2 side tabs not to exceed 14 inches in length and 6 inches in height. Tabs must taper to two inches in front F. Stock bumpers ONLY. No heavy pipe reinforcements behind bumper. Lightweight tube bracing ONLY allowed. NO push bars allowed in front of bumper. G. Stock front firewall must be retained. Hulling permitted. Dashboard may be replaced with sheet metal. Complete bumper to bumper unibody must be retained. Unibody may be tied together. Must have stock bumpers. No bump bars of any kind. May have radiator protection bar (cannot extend past front bumper). H. Floor pan from firewall to rear of driver may be steel or aluminum on right side only. No tunnels. WHEELS AND TIRES A. Any DOT tire or 8" racing tires. Hoosier Emod D40 26.5 or 27.5 or equilvalent. Hoosier D30 and American Racer 8" x 15 " tires okay. B. No tire softeners permitted. Tires will be subject to durometer hardness test at any time to determine legality. C. Steel wheels ONLY. 8" maximum width. NO aluminum wheels. Bead lock permitted. Wide 5 wheels and adapters OK. No wide five hubs. SAFETY A. Approved helmet and full fire resistant driver's suit required. B. All cars must have a minimum 2 lb. fire extinguisher mounted inside of car within easy reach of driver. C. Racing seat required. Must have 3-point quick release type racing seat belt with shoulder harness 3" wide. Must be bolted to roll cage with minimum of 3/8" bolt. D. Racing fuel cell required. Mufflers Are Mandatory!!
click here to download this form 2013 ENDURO CAR Any American car BODY A. All interior glass must be removed. B. Full roll cage required C. Race seat required D. 3" lap and shoulder harness required. E. Window nets required F. Racing fuel cell required. May be moved to trunk but can not hang lower than center of rear end housing. G. No electric fuel pumps H. Fire extinguisher required securely mounted within reach of driver. I. Body hulling ok, but floor pan, fire wall, and trunk floor must remain stock. J. Dashboard may be replaced with sheet metal. K. Must have stock type bumpers. No bump bars of any kind. May have radiator protection bar but it can not extend past bumper. L. No spoilers allowed M. Stock brake pedal and master cylinder only. Hydraulic clutch pedal and slave ok. WEIGHT A. Weight after race 3400 lbs, minus 1 lb. per lap burn off. Weight of 3475 lbs with more than .425 camshaft lift but not over .450 lift WHEELS AND TIRES A. 8" steel wheel. No wide 5 adaptors. b. Bead lock on right rear only. C. No tire treating chemicals allowed. Tires will be subject to durometer test. D. DOT tires only no larger than 275-15. No racing tires with DOT stamp. If car came with 16 inch wheels they will be permitted. MECHANICAL. ATTENTION: STARTING MAY 11, 2013 THE H-500 HOOSIER TIRE WILL BE LEGAL FOR THE ENDURO CLASS. THIS TIRE IS NOT REQUIRED TO BE RUN, BUT WILL BE ALLOWED ON ALL FOUR CORNERS OF THE CAR. FOR A LIMITED TIME ANYONE RACING AT AMS YOU MAY PURCHASE THE H-500 HOOSIER TIRE FOR $100.00 AND IF YOU ARE NOT RACING AT AMS YOU MAY PURCHASE THE TIRE FOR THE NORMAL AMOUNT OF $125.00. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS PLEASE CONTACT JOHN KING AT 229-630-7207. MECHANICAL A. No racing parts - STOCK O.E.M. only. ENGINE A. Engine must be strictly stock and same type for make and model. 350 ok for all GM cars, but no high performance parts of any kind. B. No High Performance Engine or part of any kind. C. Pistons must be 4 eyebrow flat top. No forged pistons. Maximum overbore 0.60 + 0.10. D. Stock carb or unaltered single line Holley E. Stock valves, rocker arms and studs. No poly locks or guide plates. F. Carburetor must be stock for make and model, no alterations of any kind. Unaltered Holley 1850 ok G. Camshaft can be maximum lift of .425. For the 2013 racing season cars may run a cam maximum lift of .450 but will incur a 75 pound weight penalty. Stock replacement lifters only and must have wire ring clip. Stock pushrods only. Valve adjustment must be preloaded. H. Stock cast iron intake and exhaust manifolds. Block hugger headers with maximum 1.625 diameter tube OK. These headers do not have a collector and must have an exhaust pipe just as stock manifolds do. I. Engine quest 350i head unaltered with 76 cc combustion chamber, 1.94/1.50 valves and 3/8 screw in studs OK CHASSIS AND SUSPENSION A. O.E.M. suspension front and rear. B. Stock shocks, and struts. C. May run heavy duty or racing springs but must be mounted in stock location. D. May use larger studs for wheels. E. 1" lug nuts required DRIVE TRAIN A. Rear end must be strictly stock for make and model. B. Rear end may be locked. C. Any gear. D. Must have stock transmission standard or automatic ok. E. All gears must work. F. Drive shaft must be painted white. G. Torque converter must be stock and working. Stock clutch and flywheel only. Safety bell housing with standard transmission. H. No aluminum drive shafts Exhaust A. Stock exhaust manifolds or block hugger headers allowed with maximum tube of 1.625. These headers do not have a collector and look similar to a stock manifold, an exhaust pipe attaches the same as stock manifolds to complete the exhaust. B. MUFFLERS ABSOLUTLEY MANDITORY FUEL A. Must run pump gas only. Fuel Cell recommended and may be inside trunk but must hang no lower than center of rear end housing B. Fuel may be checked by track.
click here to download this form 2013 RULES FOR MINI STOCK AMS Statement of Purpose: This class is to be fun and affordable. If you wish to race with expensive equipment this is not the class for you. We will to the best of our ability keep the big bucks out of this class. CAR Any 4 cylinder car or truck. BODY A. Body must be stock appearing. B. May run after market body. Roof must be stock, no modifications. No slope noses. C. Hulling of body ok, but must keep stock firewall and floor pan. Trunk area must be enclosed from drivers compartment. D. 5" spoiler allowed. May run 3 supports same height as spoiler and 12 inches long. E. All flammable interiors must be removed. F. Must have 5-point racing belts. G. Fire extinguisher required. H. Fenders may be trimmed. I. Racing seats required J. Fuel cells required K. No push bars or sharp edges on body or spoiler. CHASSIS AND SUSPENSION A. Racing springs allowed front and rear B. Stock shocks and struts in stock location. Strut brackets may be slotted. C. Must be stock chassis. D. May run screw jacks and adjustable shackles. WEIGHT A. Single cam engine1 lb. per cc with a 2100 lb. minimum after the race minus 1 lb. per lap burn off. B. D.O.H.C. engines 2500 lbs after race minus 1 lb. per lap burn off. Engine A. Any 4 cylinder. No rotary. No turbo. Must have stock block and crankshaft for make and model. B. Engines must be same type for make and model of chassis. Factory stock OEM heads only. C. Engines must be mounted in stock location. D. Maximum overbore is 0.60 + 0.10. May run stock type after market rods and pistons E. May run 500 cfm Holley 2 Barrell Carb (unaltered) or Stock Fuel System ONLY. F. Fuel injection OK. Any intake permitted. G. Aftermarket flat tappet hydraulic or solid lift cam allowed. No roller cams. H. Any ignition system OK. DRIVE TRAIN A. Rear end must be strictly stock in make and model. Locked rear end OK. B. Any gear C. Must have stock transmission for make and model. D. All gears must work. E. Must run stock brake system. Aftermarket pedals with one master cylinder ok. Brakes must be operable on all 4 wheels. No brake bias valves or right front shut off valve. CLUTCH A. Stock Pressure Plate ONLY. May run after market disc. B. Stock flywheel only. No aluminum flywheels. C. No direct drives. EXHAUST A. Can run economy headers. B. Mufflers Absolutely Mandatory!! FUEL A. Racing Gas Allowed. B. Stock fuel pump only. C. NO ALCOHOL WHEELS AND TIRES A. 8" steel wheels only. Bead locks permitted. B. May run Hoosier or American Racer 8 x 13 racing tires. 8" DOT street okay.