Day 2 of a 2 Day Special Event: Wreck What Ya Brung PLUS Free Bubble Gum Races for the Kids

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Day 2 of a 2 Day Special Event: Wreck What Ya Brung PLUS Free Bubble Gum Races for the Kids

October 4 @ 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm

DAY 2 OF A 2 DAY SPECIAL EVENT: WRECK WHAT YA BRUNG PLUS Free Bubble Gum Races for the Kids.

RUN WHAT YA BRUNG IS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3RD, 2020 Racing at 7:30PM & WRECK WHAT YA BRUNG IS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, 2020 Racing at 2PM.

General Admission $15 for Adults (ages 12 & older) & $5 for Children (ages 5-11) & Free for Children under 4.  Weekend General Admission Pass* $25 for both shows.  No Coupons.  General Admission Gates open at 1:00pm.

Pit Passes $30 (ages 14 & older) OR Weekend Pit Pass* $50 (ages 14 & Older) Pit Gates open at 12:30pm

Child Fast Pass $15 (Ages 3-13) OR Weekend Child Fast Pass* $20

*Weekend Bundled tickets and pit passes are only available to in person purchases.

                     Purchase tickets here

Please present your order confirmation/receipt along with a government issued photo ID at Will Call on the date of the event to receive your tickets.

Tickets may also be purchased at the gate on the day of the event.

If the event cancels prior to the gates opening, refunds will be issued.

If rain checks are issued, you will be allowed to use the rain checks for 1 of the next 4 regular events.

Order of Events:

Double O Race

Old School Figure 8 – Sycamore Compact

Sycamore Compact Demo — Payout: $300 – $200 – $100

Old School Figure 8 – Sycamore Spectator

Sycamore Spectator Demo — Payout: $300 – $200 – $100

Old School Figure 8 – Sycamore Socker Stocker

Sycamore Socker Stocker Demo — Payout:  $300 – $200 – $100

Minivan / Small Trucks / Suv Demo — Payout:  $400 – $300 – $200 – $100 – $50 with Maddog $50

FREE Bubble Gum Race for the Kids

LONG JUMP COMPETITION

Wire Demo (originally scheduled 9/11/20) — Payout: $700 – $400 – $300 – $200 – $100 Maddog $250  & a sledgehammer brought to you by St. Charles Yacht Club.

Fair Compact Demo (4 cyl & 6 cyl) — Payout $400 – $300 – $200 – $100 – $50 Maddog $50

Fair Fullsize Demo — Payout:  $700 – $500 – $350 – $100 – $50  Maddog $200

Rules & General Information:

-Sycamore Fullsize cars can transfer to the Wire fullsize show as long as car is approved for safety by tech by speedway staff and tech.

-Sycamore Soccer Stocker & Compact cars can transfer to Fair compact  as long as car is approved for safety by speedway staff and tech.

-Wire Fullsize can transfer to fair fullsize as long as car is approved for safety by speedway staff an tech.

-Full size fair class rules were created based on combining rules or like classes from International, Ramer, Robo and Team Demo.  This should allow almost anyone to bring a car that is built to any of those rules and run with very little to no modification to fit the rules.

-Once your car passes tech, It is to be parked by the tech area until it is time for the derby. If you bring your car back to where you are pitting, you will have to go thru tech again.

-There is NO alcohol or other substances allowed in the pits. NO EXCEPTIONS!

-This is a 1 and done event. There will be no heats. Just a Demo!

-FIRE RULE: 2 engine fires and your out. If the red flag has to be thrown and the track crew has to come and put the fire out, it is considered a fire. HOWEVER if there is a fire INSIDE the driver compartment, if it is a fuel related fire whether inside the car or under the hood, or it is deemed by the track safety officials to be a major safety issue, you will be disqualified after 1 fire.

-Any INTENTIONAL driver door hits you will have your stick broken. No exceptions!

Rules For Classes:

Sycamore Classes (Fullsize, Soccer Stocker, Compact)

These are they typical Friday night demos and will follow the week to week Friday night racing and demo rules.

Cars:

Any Full Size V8 , V6 or 4 cylinder car is eligible to participate in its appropriate class.

Frame:

This is to remain STOCK an unaltered. NO MODIFICATION OF ANY TYPE! No plating of any sort is allowed. No stuffing of the frame rails. No seam welding or re-welding back over factory welds. No hump plates. You MAY notch or dimple frame rails, however No pre-bending of frame is allowed. No tilting.

Body:

All body mounts are to remain stock and un altered.

All doors at minimum MUST be chained or wired shut. However you will be allowed to weld all doors shut.

Hood and trunk may be fastened shut in 4 places with 9 wire OR seatbelts. Either or, but not both!

Recommended Hood to have at least 1 hole cut in it 6” diameter in case of fire.

Trunk me be tucked. NO DISHING OR TURTLING. Packing shelf is to remain untouched.

Quarters and fenders to remain stock and unaltered

Bumpers:

ANY STOCK Bumper ANY year may be used on ANY car for that class ( full size to full size, compact to compact.  NO 75 impala or Chrysler pointy bumpers on a compact). No homemade bumpers. No Stuffed or plated bumpers. No adding of metal to bumpers unless it is to help create a flat surface to weld to frame rails or bumper shocks. This MAY NOT extend more than 2” in either direction of frame rails or shocks that you are mounting to! If you have to question whether your bumper will pass tech, it probably won’t! Hard nosing is OK and bumpers may be welded directly to the frame.

Drive Train:

Motors are to remain stock to that model of car.

Rear ends are to remain stock for that vehicle. Rear diffs may be welded solid.

No engine protectors, Cradles, Distributor Protectors, Pulley Protectors of any sort are allowed!!!!

Drive shaft must remain stock, NO slider shafts.

Tires:

Derby Tires Allowed

Suspension:

Must remain stock and have bounce. No welding the front A-Arms down. NO solid suspension. No switching a coil spring car to a leaf spring car. Twist-in spring spacers are OK.

Safety:

Helmet, Long Sleeves, Pants and Gloves are REQUIRED!

Battery and fuel tank may be moved inside the car, however this is not required. Running the stock tank is allowed however is not recommended. If battery and fuel tank are moved inside of the car. They must both be securely fastened down and covered! Battery may be mounted in the passenger seat or directly to the passenger floor with use of a battery box.

Windshield removal is not required but recommended. If windshield is removed, 2 metal straps / bars / chains MUST be welded from top of fire wall to roof

FIRE RULE: 2 engine fires and your out. If the red flag has to be thrown and the track crew has to come and put the fire out, it is considered a fire. HOWEVER if there is a fire INSIDE the driver compartment, if it is a fuel related fire whether inside the car or under the hood, or it is deemed by the track safety officials to be a major safety issue, you will be disqualified after 1 fire.

Any INTENTIONAL driver door hits you will have your stick broken. No exceptions!

 

Mini Van, Small SUV, Small Truck

Cars:

Any Mini Van ( Caravan, astro, windistar, Town & Country, Etc..), Small Truck ( s10, sonoma, ranger, Dakota, etc…) Small SUV ( Explorer, blazer, trailblazer, highlander, CRV, Durango, Jeep, etc..)

Frame:

This is to remain STOCK an unaltered. NO MODIFICATION OF ANY TYPE! No plating of any sort is allowed. No stuffing of the frame rails. No seam welding or re-welding back over factory welds. No hump plates. You MAY notch or dimple frame rails, however No pre-bending of frame is allowed. No tilting.

Body:

All body mounts to remain stock and unaltered

All doors at minimum MUST be chained or wired shut. However you will be allowed to weld all doors shut.

Hood trunk, and tailgate or back hatch may be fastened shut in 4 places with 9 wire OR seatbelts. Either or, but not both!

Recommended Hood to have at least 1 hole cut in it 6” diameter in case of fire.

Bumpers:

ANY STOCK Bumper ANY year may be used on ANY car. No homemade bumpers. No Stuffed or plated bumpers. No adding of metal to bumpers unless it is to help create a flat surface to weld to frame rails or bumper shocks. This MAY NOT extend more than 2” in either direction of frame rails or shocks that you are mounting to! If you have to question whether your bumper will pass tech, it probably won’t! Hard nosing is OK and bumpers may be welded directly to the frame.

Drive Train:

Motors are to remain stock for that make of vehicle.

Rear ends are to remain stock for that vehicle. Rear diffs may be welded solid.

No engine protectors, Cradles, Distributor Protectors, Pulley Protectors of any sort are allowed!!!!

Drive shaft must remain stock, NO slider shafts.

Tires:

Derby Tires Allowed

Suspension:

Must remain stock and have bounce. No welding the front A-Arms down. NO solid suspension. No switching a coil spring car to a leaf spring car. Twist-in spring spacers are OK. SUV and Trucks must be at stock ride height. NO lifting of suspension to ridiculously increase ride height!

Safety:

Helmet, Long Sleeves, Pants and Gloves are REQUIRED!

You may run a FLOATER CAGE for safety only! Strongly recommended for SUV and Trucks. Cage is to be attached to the body only and MAY NOT be attached, bolted or welded of any nature to the frame. No down bars, No kickers! If it adds strength to the car aside from driver safety it is NOT allowed! If you have questions please ask PRIOR to building your cage!

Battery and fuel tank may be moved inside the car, however this is not required. Running the stock tank is allowed however is not recommended. If battery and fuel tank are moved inside of the car. They must both be securely fastened down and covered! Battery may be mounted in the passenger seat or directly to the passenger floor with use of a battery box. Small trucks: boat tank or fuel cell gas tank may be mounted in center of bed directly behind cab.

Windshield removal is not required but recommended. If windshield is removed, 2 metal straps / bars / chains MUST be welded from top of fire wall to roof

FIRE RULE: 2 engine fires and your out. If the red flag has to be thrown and the track crew has to come and put the fire out, it is considered a fire. HOWEVER if there is a fire INSIDE the driver compartment, if it is a fuel related fire whether inside the car or under the hood, or it is deemed by the track safety officials to be a major safety issue, you will be disqualified after 1 fire.

Any INTENTIONAL driver door hits you will have your stick broken. No exceptions!

Wire Full Size

Cars:

Any Full Size V8 car is eligible to participate.

Frame:

This is to remain STOCK an unaltered. NO MODIFICATION OF ANY TYPE! No plating of any sort is
allowed. No stuffing of the frame rails. No seam welding or re-welding back over factory welds. No
hump plates. You MAY notch or dimple frame rails, however No pre-bending of frame is allowed. No
tilting.

Body:

All body mounts except front 2 by core support are to remain STOCK and unaltered. Front 2 body
mounts by core support MAY be removed and hockey pucks with washers and a 5/8” bolt or 5/8” all
thread may be used in place. Maximum 2” between Top of frame rails and bottom of core support will
be allowed. Bolts or all thread may not extend past the bottom of core support and are to be used for
the body mount only. This means it CANNOT extend thru the top of the core support or thru the hood.
STRICTLY ENFORCED!
All doors at minimum MUST be chained or wired shut. However you will be allowed to weld all doors
shut.
Hood and trunk may be fastened shut in 4 places with 9 wire OR seatbelts. Either or, but not both!
Hood must have at least 1 hole cut in it 6” diameter in case of fire.
Trunk me be tucked. NO DISHING OR TURTLING. Packing shelf is to remain untouched.
Quarters and fenders MAY be creased, However quarters are to remain vertical…no folding quarters
inward to trunk.

Bumpers:

ANY STOCK Bumper ANY year may be used on ANY car. No homemade bumpers. No Stuffed or plated
bumpers. No adding of metal to bumpers unless it is to help create a flat surface to weld to frame rails
or bumper shocks. This MAY NOT extend more than 2” in either direction of frame rails or shocks that
you are mounting to! If you have to question whether your bumper will pass tech, it probably won’t!
Hard nosing is OK and bumpers may be welded directly to the frame.

Drive Train:

Motor Swaps ARE ALLOWED ( Chevy into Ford, Ford into Chevy, etc…ok ). If you do swap motors, you
motor MUST be STOCK in nature. NO High Performance, High Horse Power or custom-built derby
engines will be allowed!
Rear ends are to remain stock for that vehicle. Rear diffs may be welded solid.
No engine protectors, Cradles, Distributor Protectors, Pulley Protectors of any sort are allowed!!!!
Drive shaft must remain stock, NO slider shafts.

Tires:

Rear Tires MUST be DOT street tires! NO derby tires, no bobcat tires no paddle tires. If it’s not a STOCK
DOT street tire, the it IS NOT allowed on the rear! You MAY run derby STEER tires on the front as long as
they are not paddle tires or bobcat tires. STRICTLY ENFORCED!!!

Suspension:

Must remain stock and have bounce. No welding the front A-Arms down. NO solid suspension. No
switching a coil spring car to a leaf spring car. Twist-in spring spacers are OK.

Safety:

Helmet, Long Sleeves, Pants and Gloves are REQUIRED!
You may run a FLOATER CAGE for safety only! Cage is to be attached to the body only and MAY NOT be
attached, bolted or welded of any nature to the frame. No down bars, No kickers! If it adds strength to
the car aside from driver safety it is NOT allowed! If you have questions please ask PRIOR to building
your cage!
Battery and fuel tank may be moved inside the car, however this is not required. Running the stock tank
is allowed however is not recommended. If battery and fuel tank are moved inside of the car. They
must both be securely fastened down and covered! Battery may be mounted in the passenger seat or
directly to the passenger floor with use of a battery box.
Windshield removal is not required but recommended. If windshield is removed, 2 metal straps / bars /
chains MUST be welded from top of fire wall to roof

FIRE RULE:

2 engine fires and your out. If the red flag has to be thrown and the track crew has to come
and put the fire out, it is considered a fire. HOWEVER if there is a fire INSIDE the driver compartment, if
it is a fuel related fire whether inside the car or under the hood, or it is deemed by the track safety
officials to be a major safety issue, you will be disqualified after 1 fire.
Any INTENTIONAL driver door hits you will have your stick broken. No exceptions!

Other Notes:

Tractor tires are being used as the barrier or limits of the demo pit for this event. DO NOT go outside of
the tractor tires ESPECIALLY on the front stretch! If you get pushed outside of the tires or do go outside
of the tires, you may reenter the arena SLOWLY. DO NOT go outside of the tires and then come flying
back into the pit! This will be an immediate disqualification! Repeatedly going outside of the tractor
tires to avoid contact (sandbag) or to gain an advantage will also get you disqualified.
SANDBAGGING WILLNOT BE TOLERATED. If you are just driving in circles, going back and forth and not
hitting anything, or just blatantly avoiding contact your stick will be broken! This is a demolition derby
where you are supposed to hit other cars! If your car dies, you will have 60 seconds to ger your car refired and make some sort of a hit.
If you plan on running the show, we ask that you contact either Matt Schuch or Mark Gaul via Facebook
ahead of time to help get a rough idea of the expected car count.

Fair Compact

Cars:

Any 4 or 6 Cylinder Cars

Frame:

This is to remain STOCK an unaltered. Fresh cars NO plating of frame.  Pre ran cars are allowed up to 4 patch plates TOTAL to frame where the frame has bent or tore.  These plates are to be  no bigger than 4” x 6” and no thicker than ¼”.  Location of plates is up to you however there must be a 5” gap between plated ( no butting plated up next to eachother. No doubling plates. Your ARE allowed 12” of pipe from the front bumper back into the frame rails.  Your ARE allowed to shorten frame in front.

Body / Cradle:

Front body / sub frame mounts may be replaced with max 1” diameter threaded rod.  Threaded rod may go from bottom of sub frame up thru hood.  Max 4” x 4” pated may be used as washers at hood.  No sleeving threaded rod.  .  2  body mountes / sub frame mounts of your choice in the rear may also be replaced with threaded rod and spacers. Other subframe mounts maybe replaced with bolts and washers.  Max 4” x 4” plate can be used as washer on trunk lid.

All doors at minimum MUST be chained or wired shut. However you will be allowed to weld all doors shut.

Hood and trunk may be fastened shut in 4 places in addition to threaded rod with 9 wire OR seatbelts or angle iron with bolts. Either or, but not both!

Hood must have at least 1 hole cut in it 6” diameter in case of fire.

Trunk me be tucked dished, or turtled.  Packing shelf may be beat down, however if you do this, you must have a bar welded from roof to packing shelf for safety.

Quarters and fenders MAY be creased, However quarters are to remain vertical…no folding quarters inward to trunk.

Bumpers:

ANY STOCK Bumper ANY year may be used on ANY car. Stuffed and plated bumpers ok. NO Homemade bumpers!  Metal used to mount bumpers to frame MAY NOT extend more than 2” in either direction of frame rails or shocks that you are mounting to! If you have to question whether your bumper will pass tech, it probably won’t! Hard nosing is OK and bumpers may be welded directly to the frame. Do what you need to do to keep your bumpers attached.  We don’t want bumpers falling off!

 

 

Drive Train:

Fuel injected motors are allowed to be converted to carbed motors.  NO FULL CRADLES!  However, if you run a carbed motor, you are allowed to run a carb protector that bolts to the motor only.

Aftermarket petals, shifter, steering column, and trans cooler are ok. Maximum of 2 batteries may be used.

Tires:

Derby tires allowed!

Fork lift tires on rear are OK.

 

Suspension:

Front suspension may be welded solid. You may reinforce struts and tie rods.

Safety:

Helmet, Long Sleeves, Pants and Gloves are REQUIRED!

You may run a FLOATER CAGE for safety only! Cage is to be attached to the body only and MAY NOT be attached, bolted or welded of any nature to the frame. No down bars, No kickers! If it adds strength to the car aside from driver safety it is NOT allowed! If you have questions please ask PRIOR to building your cage!

Battery and fuel tank may be moved inside the car, however this is not required. Running the stock tank is allowed however is not recommended. If battery and fuel tank are moved inside of the car. They must both be securely fastened down and covered! Battery may be mounted in the passenger seat or directly to the passenger floor with use of a battery box.

Windshield removal is not required but recommended. If windshield is removed, 2 metal straps / bars / chains MUST be welded from top of fire wall to roof

FIRE RULE: 2 engine fires and your out. If the red flag has to be thrown and the track crew has to come and put the fire out, it is considered a fire. HOWEVER if there is a fire INSIDE the driver compartment, if it is a fuel related fire whether inside the car or under the hood, or it is deemed by the track safety officials to be a major safety issue, you will be disqualified after 1 fire.

Any INTENTIONAL driver door hits you will have your stick broken. No exceptions!

 

 Fair Full Size

Cars:

Any Fullsize v8 car any make model or year.

Frame:

This is to remain STOCK an unaltered. Fresh cars NO plating of frame.  Pre ran cars are allowed up to 6 patch plates per side to frame where the frame has bent or tore.  These plates are to be  no bigger than 4” x 6” and no thicker than ¼”.  Location of plates is up to you however there must be a 5” gap between plated ( no butting plated up next to eachother. No doubling plates. No stuffing of the frame rails.   Seam welding allowed on front frame rails from bumper to front mount of upper a-arm.No pre-farbicated hump plates.  You may use your 4×6 plates on the humps however.. You MAY notch or dimple frame rails, however No pre-bending of frame is allowed. NO TILTING OF FRAME!!!!.

Body:

Front body mounts at core support may be replaced with max 1” diameter threaded rod.  Threaded rod may go from bottom of frame up thru hood.  Max 4” x 4” pated may be used as washers at hood.  No sleeving threaded rod.  A 5” maximum floating spacer may be used between core support and frame. This is to be free floating and may not be welded to the frame or core support.  2  body mounted of your choice in the rear may also be replaced with threaded rod and spacers.  Max 4” x 4” plate can be used as washer on trunk lid. All other body mounts are to remain STOCK and unaltered.  If

All doors at minimum MUST be chained or wired shut. However you will be allowed to weld all doors shut.

Hood and trunk may be fastened shut in 4 places in addition to threaded rod with 9 wire OR seatbelts or angle iron with bolts. Either or, but not both!

Hood must have at least 1 hole cut in it 6” diameter in case of fire.

Trunk me be tucked dished, or turtled.  Packing shelf may be beat down, however if you do this, you must have a bar welded from roof to packing shelf for safety.

Quarters and fenders MAY be creased, However quarters are to remain vertical…no folding quarters inward to trunk.

Bumpers:

ANY STOCK Bumper ANY year may be used on ANY car. Stuffed and plated bumpers ok. Homemade bumpers are ok but MUST BE APPROVED PRIOR to show.  A custom built solid steel bumper weighing 500lbs with a 1 foot point or anything similar will not be allowed!!!. Metal used to mount bumpers to frame MAY NOT extend more than 2” in either direction of frame rails or shocks that you are mounting to! If you have to question whether your bumper will pass tech, it probably won’t! Hard nosing is OK and bumpers may be welded directly to the frame. Do what you need to do to keep your bumpers attached.  We don’t want bumpers falling off!

Drive Train:

Motor Swaps ARE ALLOWED  Any motor is allowed in any car.

Rear ends.  Any rear end is allowed in any car.

No full cradles or distributor protectors allowed!!!  An lower cradle with pulley protector will be allowed.

Drive shaft Any drive shaft may be used on any car.  Slider shafts OK

Aftermarket petals, shifter, steering column, and tranny protector are ok. Maximum of 2 batteries may be used.

Tires:

Derby tires allowed!

Suspension:

Front suspension may be welded solid. Aftermarket spindles, tie rods and other steering or suspension components are allowed.  No switching a coil car to a leaf car. 

Safety:

Helmet, Long Sleeves, Pants and Gloves are REQUIRED!

You may run a FLOATER CAGE for safety only! Cage is to be attached to the body only and MAY NOT be attached, bolted or welded of any nature to the frame. No down bars, No kickers! If it adds strength to the car aside from driver safety it is NOT allowed! If you have questions please ask PRIOR to building your cage!

Battery and fuel tank may be moved inside the car, however this is not required. Running the stock tank is allowed however is not recommended. If battery and fuel tank are moved inside of the car. They must both be securely fastened down and covered! Battery may be mounted in the passenger seat or directly to the passenger floor with use of a battery box.

Windshield removal is not required but recommended. If windshield is removed, 2 metal straps / bars / chains MUST be welded from top of fire wall to roof

FIRE RULE: 2 engine fires and your out. If the red flag has to be thrown and the track crew has to come and put the fire out, it is considered a fire. HOWEVER if there is a fire INSIDE the driver compartment, if it is a fuel related fire whether inside the car or under the hood, or it is deemed by the track safety officials to be a major safety issue, you will be disqualified after 1 fire.

Any INTENTIONAL driver door hits you will have your stick broken. No exceptions!

 

 

Details

Date:
October 4
Time:
12:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Sycamore Speedway
50W086 Old State Rd.
Maple Park, IL 60151 United States
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Phone:
8158955454
Website:
www.sycamorespeedway.com