WELCOME TO SYCAMORE SPEEDWAY’s STREET STOCK RULEBOOK FOR 2021
The Management would like to welcome you and thank you for your interest in racing at Sycamore Speedway. This rulebook is written to give you information about the operation of our events and the rules, both mechanical and procedural. Please read this rulebook carefully. All racing events require that each and every one of us remember our first obligation is to the race fans. The racing officials and management of Sycamore Speedway will resolve any disagreement over technical questions, establish the length, frequency and administration of all racing events and determine all finishing positions. Their decision is final.
RULEBOOK DISCLAIMER—THIS RULEBOOK WILL BE IN EFFECT FOR AT LEAST 3 SEASONS
The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for orderly conduct of racing to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. These rules shall govern the conditions of all events, and by participating in these events, all participants are deemed to have complied with the rules. NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM PUBLICATIONS OF OR COMPLIANCE WITH THESE RULES AND/OR REGULATIONS. 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/her opinion, do not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM SUCH AN ALTERATION OF SPECIFICATION. Any interpretation or deviation of these rules is left to the discretion of the officials. Their decision is final. Other items not covered in this information will be decided by racing officials.
SYCAMORE SPEEDWAY 2021
OFFICIAL STOCK CAR RACING GENERAL RULES
- These general rules apply to each and everyone, car owners, drivers, mechanics, pit crew members, fans and anyone in the pit area, grandstands or on the racetrack. We will not tolerate any fighting and unnecessary recklessness or any type of retaliation. Profanity is prohibited. Consumption of any alcoholic beverages or controlled substances within the pit area and on the racetrack is prohibited. Race cars and personal clothing will not display profane signs, sex signs, and swastika, ethnic or racial slurs. Use of radio signals that interfere with our track is prohibited.
- To compete at Sycamore Speedway your car must have a complete body and adhere to the rules described for your class. All cars must willingly pass a technical inspection each race date. Any refusal for inspection results in disqualification for that night. No inspection-no race.
- Age Limit: Must have a valid driver’s license.
- All competing cars must complete a Sycamore Speedway Membership, a W9 and have a number assigned. The same number will be re-assigned to you IF you re apply for it by March 1, 2021. You must register every year.
- To register for a number or become a racer at Sycamore Speedway, please read below.
- Click the link https://sycamorespeedway.com/driver-registration-form/ or copy and paste into your browser
- Complete the online form (if any red X’s appear the form is incomplete and will not submit)
- We will send a confirmation email to you confirming your registration.
- Download and read in its entirety the rulebook for the class(es) you will be racing in. Rulebooks can be found at https://sycamorespeedway.com/#
- Prep your car according to the rulebook
- Bring car to track
- Go thru tech inspection at the scale
- Attend driver’s meeting
- Let’s Go Racing!
- During the races, the only people allowed on the racetrack and infield is drivers, disabled cars and racing officials. Everyone must stay behind the fences at all times unless requested by the officials to assist for some special reason.
- In case of accident, car must be taken into pits or infield (at a safe distance) to be worked on, subject to official’s decision.
Competing cars and drivers found in violation of rules will lose any purse money & points won for that night.
- Insurance coverage exists beginning 30 minutes prior to scheduled race time and ending 10 minutes after the finish of the last event.
- WEATHER POLICY: In the chance of sudden showers, the track starter will suspend the races; however, every effort will be made to complete the races after the rain stops. If, in the opinion of Speedway Officials, the bad weather will prevent the return of a safe racing condition in a reasonable amount of time, the remaining races will be cancelled or postponed as follows:
- The program will be considered complete (no rain checks) if 4 or more events, not including time trials, have been run.
- If a special event was rained out, the special event may be added to the next weeks race show.
- In the event of rain, or any circumstances beyond the control of the Speedway Officials, the race may be declared complete or continued at the discretion of the officials in charge.
- If the program is not considered complete (see no. 1) your ticket stub or pit pass wristband will serve as a rain check for another race held within the next 2 race nights unless otherwise stated by Sycamore Speedway Management
- FLAG RULES:
- Green – Track is clear.
- Red – Indicates that all cars are to stop at once. The race has been halted. Once cars have started to lineup for restart, latecomers will lose their positions. Any car not ready for restart shall go to rear of pack.
- Yellow – Hold your position. Do not pass. The lead car must slow down to parade lap speed, and ALL cars remain in single file at a constant slow speed all around the track. Failure of the car to trail the car ahead will cause violator to lose position. It is the responsibility of the lead car to slow down to parade lap speed. When there is a yellow on the white flag lap, the race is over! Cars will be scored on the finished lap previous to white flag.
NOTE: YELLOW FLAG LAPS NOT COUNTED*. ANY CAR OR CARS INVOLVED IN A YELLOW FLAG SITUATION SHALL RESTART IN THE REAR. ANY CAR CAUSING TWO YELLOW FLAGS IN ONE RACE MUST LEAVE THE RACETRACK FOR THE REMAINDER OF THAT RACE. If you intentional cause a caution you will be black flagged for that race. Any driver, pit crew member or family disturbing flagman or scorers before conclusion of racing program, will disqualify that car or be fined. *At the discretion of the promoter, yellow flag laps may be counted.
- Black – The scorer will not count the laps of the black flagged car until he enters the pits and remedies the hazardous reason causing the car to receive the black flag. Failure to see the black flag will not be considered as an excuse.
- Blue w/Orange Stripe – Starters Signal – Hold your Line.
- Checkered – Race is over. When lead car gets checkered flag, race is over for all cars as they cross the finish line.
- The placement of the cars in order of finish as determined by the scorer will be final.
- The track steward reserves the right to increase or decrease the field of cars at his discretion.
- Any driver, who in the opinion of the track officials or flagman, shows evidence of exhaustion, drinking, under the influence of controlled substance or other physical incapacity, may be barred from the events in the interest of safety to himself and to others.
- Any person or persons willfully blocking the track or attempting to obstruct the race program will be requested not to return to the track for future race meets. Remember…when a rule is enforced, one or more people aren’t going to like it.
- A race will not be stopped because of a car or cars spinning out in the first curve or turn on the first lap unless the situations, determined by the flagman, would warrant it.
- Intoxicating beverages, including beer, are not permitted in the pit area before or during a race meet. Any car whose crew has been drinking in the pits, will be fined, suspended and/or both.
- Cars not at the gate at least thirty (30) minutes before race time will be placed in position at the discretion of the steward, if situation so requires it.
- Abandoned car will be towed away.
- When qualifying, an allowance of one spin or wave-off will be permitted per night. When time trials are over for a given class, they are over – no exceptions. You will be allowed one qualifying lap or other means to facilitate positioning as time permits to be determined by the track officials. Packing is required. If you do not pack you do not qualify and therefore will be placed at the rear of the slowest heat and back of feature. NO EXCEPTIONS.
- Wristbands appropriate for the event are required at all time. No Exceptions
- Only the tow vehicle will be allowed in the pits. No other car will be permitted.
- Any driver or crewmember deemed detrimental to the sport of auto racing will be refused entry to the pits. Auto racing is a competitive sport, but like any other event that lives from the support of fans there is, along with competition, a great deal of showmanship required. STARTING ON TIME, running the events in a professional manner, PROPER UNIFORMS, race cars BRIGHTLY PAINTED and the CONDUCT of the competitors as viewed by the fans; these requirements form an important part of the contest rules and must be considered for the growth of auto racing.
- Abuse of any official and use of improper language at any time will be subject to disciplinary action. The penalty imposed will depend on the severity of the act.
- If in the combined opinion of the flagman, track officials and timer, a driver did not make the best effort to qualify, he will be positioned in the race lineup as judged appropriate.
- If for any reason a race stopped (such as red, yellow or checkered flag), only the persons allowed out on the track are officials, safety crew, wrecker and ambulance crew. NO ONE ELSE! Anyone not conforming to this rule is subjecting themselves to a severe fine or expulsion from the grounds subject to discretion of track officials.
- Any driver, car owner, mechanic or any other person trying to organize others against the track or the officials in any way not limited to but including all forms of media, will be immediately suspended from Sycamore Speedway and barred from further competition.
- The following procedures must be observed in the pits:
- The cars will lineup in the pits for an event according to the positions posted on the pit bulletin board immediately after the cars enter the track. Any car not in line at this time will miss the event.
- Any car missing an event because of this rule may start the next as an added starter; exception – those cars missing the consolation race cannot automatically start the feature as added starter.
- If you do not race your heat event, regardless of reason, you will forfeit your starting position for the feature.
- Added starters in any event will start in the rear of the pack.
- Added starters MAY RACE upon special permission of the track official.
- Any car that comes too late to qualify will be added to lineups as officials deem appropriate.
- To change drivers or cars, the driver going into the car must have qualified the car that night. This change must be reported to Pit Tower before race event. As a driver you can only qualify one car per class and you must race that car all night.
- If your car breaks mid event, you cannot run someone else’s car with your number.
- Any fines and/or suspensions will be decreed by the officials, subject to the following: mechanical violations – maximum of $200 fine, safety violations – maximum of $500 fine and/or two weeks suspension. Rain outs or race night cancellations do not count towards penalty.
- PROTEST RULE: If you feel one of your competitors is cheating, for $100 you can request that the car be inspected. $50 will be retained by the racetrack regardless of the outcome; the remaining $50 will go to the correct party. If you claim a competitor is cheating and you are correct then you get your $50 back, if you are wrong the $50 will go to the competitor you wrongly accused. The $100 you are paying is for a full tech, should this inspection result in an illegal car than the repercussions are the same as if the car was randomly picked for a full tech inspection, i.e. loss of points & money for the night.
- All cars must be removed from pit area after the conclusion of the evening events. ANY car left on the premises after ten days will be charged “storage”. Pit lights out and pit area emptied and locked thirty minutes after race event.
- The track will reserve the right to reject any entry.
- The cars will lineup in the pits for an event according to the positions posted on the pit bulletin board immediately after the cars enter the track. Any car not in line at this time will miss the event.
- Car & Driver General Rules
- PAINTING OF CARS
- Cars may be painted as you choose, but number must be a bright, contrasting color. WHEELS MUST BE SOLID WHITE OR CHROME or FLOURESCENT COLORED for easy visibility in the event one is thrown. Day-Glo paint is strongly recommended. NO PRIMERED CARS. NO TWO CARS PAINTED IDENTICAL WITHIN THE SAME CLASSES!
- Car numbers MUST be MINIMUM of 24” SQUARE WITH 4” BRUSH STROKE ON RIGHT AND LEFT DOORS. NUMBERS MUST BE PAINTED ON CONTRASTING COLOR TO THE CAR ALSO 24” NUMBER ON ROOF OF CAR.
- POOR NUMBER = NO SCORE = NO PAYOUT
- WEARING APPAREL
- We recommend all pit participants wear white pants or coveralls for visibility reasons.
- We require all drivers, for Dirt Late Model (aka UMP LM), SLM, Street Stock, and Pure Stock & any visiting class to wear a flame resistant driving suit, a two piece suit is ok. Closed toed shoes & gloves. A Snell approved helmet with face shield, no Motocross helmets allowed. For Spectator, Powder Puff, Socker Stocker & Compact Combat at minimum, long sleeves, long pants, gloves and closed toed shoes and a Snell approved helmet with face shield are
- ROLL CAGES
- Open Late Models (ie UMP LM, crate LM), Super Late Models, Street Stock, and Pure Stock all must be equipped with welded cage types. ROLL CAGES WELDED TO THE FRAME OF THE CAR. Bars must pass inspection of the tech steward. Suggested specs for roll bars are: wall thickness; .095. Outside diameter; 1-1/2”. No pipe joints; bars must be welded and angle joints reinforced. No galvanized pipe. DOM type tubing is recommended.
- Friday night Compacts: This is MANDATORY to run at minimum a roll cage. See Compact Rules for specifics.
- SAFETY BELTS AND HELMETS
- Passenger type seat belts required at minimum for all Spectator, Compact, Socker Stocker and Powder Puff cars.
- All Open Late Models (ie UMP LM, crate LM), Super Late Model, Street Stock and Pure Stocks cars must be equipped with a 5 point racing harness. MANDATORY. Certification must be visible and show 3 yrs or newer. They need to be securely fastened to the frame of the car. Belts must have quick release metal buckle. Shoulder harness is mandatory. Shoulder harness must be quick release type.
- Approved Snell helmets with face shields must be worn for all classes. This is strongly enforced. No Motocross or Motorcycle or snowmobile helmets.
- SAFETY RULES – the following safety rules will be strongly enforced:
- NO BATTERIES, FUEL TANK, FUEL LINES, or any object that may create a hazard in the driver compartment. Batteries will be permitted if securely fastened in a marine type Battery box with cover. All fuel lines that run through the driver compartment must be covered.
- Cars MUST HAVE FULL STEEL FIRE WALLS between driver and engine compartments and driver and fuel tanks.
- Seats must be securely fastened to frame of car.
- All cars must be self-starting. Cars must leave pits under their own power.
- Fire extinguishers are mandatory for all cars and must be securely fastened. Quick release type only and be in reach of driver.
- Dirt screens are subject to inspection.
- All gas must be in proper marked RED CANS in the pit area.
- Flame resistant driving suits and a window restraining net are strongly recommended.
- Fuel cell with roll over valve strongly recommended.
- Over Flow Tubes must be pointed down.
- All exhaust must exit at the side of the car – left side recommended.
- Under yellow & red flag conditions, only track officials can be on the racetrack!
- No mirrors allowed on any racecar for any class. NO EXCEPTIONS.
- For All Classes running at Sycamore Speedway, all drivers must use a race receiver. Fusion 1600 is a very common type and is most common at a lot of other facilities too. Our Channel is 454.000. PLEASE NOTE: you cannot use a transmittable radio, it must be a 1-way receiver only.
- Display of car number on the rear of car, rear facing, to help facilitate quicker lineups.
The general rules for the Sycamore Speedway apply to the Street Stock Class. Please read above.
- COMPETING MODELS
- Open to any American 8-cylinder car with a stock wheelbase no less than 107 inches.
- No convertibles or compacts
- WEIGHT RULE
- Car must weigh a minimum of 3300lbs. with driver after the race.
- Weights up to 50 lbs must be securely fastened by 2 ½ inch, minimum grade 5 bolts with a minimum of 2 weight clamps. Threaded rods will not be permitted. All weights must be painted white and clearly labeled with the car number on it.
- Any weight(s) must be securely attached to the frame below the body decking.
- Any car that loses any weight/ballast during an event may be subject to a penalty. If you lose your weight and it’s not marked with your number, you do not get it back.
- Weights attached to the rear bumper and/or outside the frame will not be permitted.
- Weight(s) mounted to any suspension or axle will not be permitted.
- Pellet-type and/or liquid-type weight/ballast will not be permitted.
- Driver operated weight adjustment, ‘weight jacking’ devices will not be permitted.
- BODIES (if Tiffany does not like it, you will be disqualified 😊)
- Body must be in original position on frame and cannot be altered and must sit level with frame. STEEL or ALUMINUM BODIES allowed. Stock style appearing fiberglass roof and hood permissible.
- Stock OEM body panels recommended but fabrication is allowed. Any component that is fabricated must follow the measurements of the 2020 UMP DIRTCAR Stock Car Rule Book https://www.dirtcarmembers.com/upload/ede542020%20Stock%20Car%20Rules%20Version%201.pdf Section 24.6. This is an incredibly detailed explanation of the body. This is what you will be teched to. Note: In 2020 we were less concerned about the bodies of this division as we were more concerned about being able to race given the pandemic. Regardless of what 2021 brings this will be strictly enforced.
- Front bracing must be behind factory nosepiece mandatory.
- MANDATORY Cable or chain exposed at front & rear of car for towing purposes unless you have solid tubular bracing in which a tow strap can be used. The idea with this rule is so that we can quickly and securely tow your vehicle.
- All bracing and reinforcing must be inside car. NO solid material used for bracing. All bracing above original floor.
- All reinforcement must be below trunk lid or hood and covered with stock bumper
- Any cutting of the hood for vents or radiators must be covered with sheet metal and painted same color as car.
- Hoods—Air scoops permissible (4” maximum height).
- Filler disk in steering wheel recommended (i.e. AFCO).
- Rear Spoilers allowed with a 6” max height. Measured off of deck lid.
- All trunk lids must taper down towards the rear in stock fashion. No raised flat deck lids. Deck lids must pitch towards rear bumper.
- Windscreens are optional but highly recommended.
- ENGINE – No V6’s
- All engines must be stock appearing and in stock position. Rigid mounts are allowed. Engine in stock location only. NO aluminum heads. Right front spark plug must be straight in line with right front upper ball joint; no tolerance. NO aluminum engines. Stock appearing, steel firewall is required but may be modified for engine clearance.
- Cylinder heads – any cast iron 23 degree allowed.
- Stock cast iron 2 barrel intake manifold OR Edelbrock 2901/2912 Victor JR.
- Oil cooler permissible and oil pans with increased capacities permissible.
- ENGINES & TRANSMISSIONS: May be interchanged with other makes such as a Chevy motor and trans in a Ford, etc. Engine must be mounted in original mounts or if altered, front spark plug must be in line with right front ball joint. Engine must be stock appearing.
- Carburetion is limited to 1 two-barrel Rochester carburetor with maximum venture opening is 1 3/8” or unmodified Holley 4412 500 cfm. Holley carbs will be check with BLP 7860 gauge kit.
- CARBURETORS: must be stock mounted. NO drilling of carburetor or manifold. No altering to mount. Adapter may be used.
- 4-barrel intake manifolds. Headers permissible.
- Carb must be stock and unmodified. Note: Choke may be removed but not choke horn.
- FLYWHEEL, CLUTCH, TRANSMISSION, REAR AXLE ASSEMBLY
- STOCK STEEL STICK SHIFT FLYWHEEL ONLY. NO ALUMINUM OR ANY OTHER TYPE.
- Relocation of shifting mechanism is permissible. Any stock OEM transmission allowed. No five-speed transmission allowed. No in and out boxes. Stock type clutches only.
- If running automatic transmission must have liquid filled torque converter.
- Must have inspection cover for clutch and/or torque converter.
- Must have a scatter shield.
- No racing transmissions. Automatic or manual OEM 3 or 4 speed only.
- Rear axle-only one set up; either leaf or coil spring.
- Aftermarket A frame arms and mounts permissible.
- Spindles; STOCK TYPE ONLY, NO heavy duty.
- All springs must be uniform and sit level with the ground. Cars must sit level (reasonable). Five inch minimum frame clearance from center of front cross member to ground. No sway bars on rear. Stock appearing suspension only. Stock diameter on front sway bar.
- REAR SPRING – 4 maximum. 58 inches maximum length. BOTH SIDES-SAME SPRINGS. STOCK TYPE ONLY. No use of extra-long leaf spring. Must be of stock length. Mounted in stock position. Aftermarket mounts permissible.
- Lower control arm can be mounted no lower than 2.5” below axle tube and must be the same on each side. Link angle must be exactly the same from side to side. Front mounts must be in stock location.
- Aftermarket rear control arms permissible. Heim ends permissible.
- Screw jacks permissible.
- SHOCKS: Steel bodied non-adjustable racing shocks permissible.
- Leaf Spring—may have adjustable front mounts. Fiberglass leaf spring permissible. May run 1 floater on 1 side only.
- REAR ENDS
- Stock type rear end or Ford 9” permitted.
- Must be stock style O.E.M. brackets. All brackets must be in O.E.M. mounting position. Floater permissible.
- All rear ends must be locked.
- BRAKES – Dual masters are permissible with brake bias. Must run O.E.M brake calipers.
- FRAMES AND ROLLCAGE
- Roll bars must be installed. NO welding on threads or threaded joints allowed. All cars must have driver’s door protection. No galvanized pipe.
- All cars must have stock appearing steel floor pan installed in original position. Camaros may connect sub-frames.
- All driver side door bars and braces must be round steel tubing no less than 1 ¾” in diameter and have a minimum wall thickness of 0.095 inches.
- Offset roll cages are prohibited. Laid-back roll cages are prohibited. The roll cage must be a four-post design consisting. In general, of: a vertical main hoop; top hoop or halo bar with diagonal bar; and left and right front post.
- The main hoop must connect to the left and right frame rails, behind the driver, and be diagonally braced.
- The main hoop may be located no further back than the rear body mount by the frame kick-up (on metric frame). The back of the main hoop may be located no further back than 84” from the center of the front lower ball joint. This will be measured from the center of the front lower ball joint to where the rear cage of the car meets the frame.
- Any cars utilizing the IMCA stock car rule must securely mount 25lbs of ballast in front of bell housing for every inch further back than the 84” rule. Max 6” set back.
- Wheelbase-107 inches minimum.
- Standard steering only. Steering assist or quickeners allowed. Power steering recommended.
- FUEL CELLS
- Fuel cells mandatory. Rollover valve required on vent tube. If you purchase new fuel cell make sure it has a rollover valve on vent tube
- Must be installed in trunk and equipped with a steel firewall between driver and tank.
- Fuel lines running inside the car must have rubber coating.
- Fuel pumps mechanical only. No electrical fuel pumps.
- GASOLINE ONLY. Racing gasoline allowed.
- Twenty Five (25) gallons maximum.
- EXHAUST SYSTEM
- Headers permissible. Exhaust pipes must extend to the rear or left side only. Diameter of rear exhaust pipes can be no larger than exhaust pipe from manifold. No more than two exhaust pipes allowed on any car. NO 180-degree headers allowed.
- COOLING SYSTEM
- All radiators must fit under the hood. No antifreeze.
- Wheels 15” steel only. rim width 8”. One-inch pipe permitted over valve stem. No spacers unless approved by tech.
- Racing studs and nuts recommended
- Racing wheel optional. All wheels must be painted WHITE or FLOURESCENT or CHROME Colored.
- Steel wheels only allowed. Bead locks allowed on right rear only.
- Mud Covers permissible. Must be Foam or Bolt on only. No DZUS style allowed
- Tires must be purchased from Sycamore Speedway only. NO WARRANTIES.
- No grooving or altering of tire. No siping. Grinding permissible.
- Tires will be checked and cannot durometer less than 55 after a race. NO EXCEPTIONS.
- THINGS NOT TO USE
- No high performance products of any type. No nerf bars, no traction control, lengthened spindles, heavy shocks, aluminum head and manifold, and MSD boxes, etc.
- PAYOFF Street Stock CLASS ONLY
- Eligibility – Must compete in 90% of races at Sycamore Speedway. No point money if you race at another track on a night that Sycamore Speedway is racing nor if you do not attend the annual Banquet of Champions. $1500 will be used for a final point fund. All payouts & point fund payments are paid to car owner.
- If you do not attend the Banquet of Champions, not only do you forfeit point fund money but you also forfeit any trophy, placement in your class and/or any award given.
- Points will follow driver & car meaning if you are driving more than one car in the same season you will have points as a driver for each car that you run. Before any payout will be paid the driver and/or car owner, whoever will be receiving the 1099 for the season, must complete a W9.
- MUST meet point fund qualifications to be eligible for any points money. All final point money paid at end of season.
- PURSE & POINTS FOR STREET STOCKS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
|Feature||1st place =||$300||20 pts & Trophy|
|2nd place =||$225||17 points|
|3rd place =||$145||15 points|
|4th place =||$125||13 points|
|5th place =||$105||12 points|
|6th place =||$85||11 points|
|7th place =||$75||10 points|
|8th place =||$65||9 points|
|9th place =||$55||8 points|
|10th place =||$45||7 points|
|11th place & below =||$35||5 points|
|Qualifying will determine placement in Heats Fastest to Slowest as shown below. If 3 heats are needed this lineup would change. Top 3 of each heat will run the dash, field will be inverted. See description below.
Heat 1 Heat 2
|Heats will be used to determine your placement in the dash and feature.|
|The dash will still be an inverted race but will be used to determine the top 6 positions of the feature. Lineup will be places 3-2-1 of Heat 1 for the inside row and positions 3-2-1 of Heat 2 for the outside row.
Placement in the dash will be the start of the feature.
For example, if you win the dash, you will be the pole of the feature.
Tentative Order of Events: (as always subject to change)
4pm Pit Gates open
6pm Drivers Meeting
615pm Pack the Track
630pm HL/Q for all classes
730pm Opening Ceremonies (Fastest Qualifiers for Each Division will be asked to participate)
Races to Follow
PS Heats (8 laps)
SLM Heats (8 laps)
SS Heats (8 laps)
Additional Heats (i.e. Badger (8 laps), Open Late Model (10 laps), Sprints, etc)
PS Dash (6 laps)
SLM Dash (6 laps)
SS Dash (6 laps)
Intermission (10 mins)
PS Feature 15 laps except for Twin 15
Badger Feature (if they are with us that night) 25 laps
SLM Feature 25 laps except Joe & Nick & Twin 25
Open Late Model Feature (on nights they run with us) 30 laps
SS Feature 20 laps