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Friday Night Clay Oval

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Saturday Road Course Racing- Carpet

Saturday Night Clay Oval

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Appleton Off Road Carpet

Carpet Oval Racing Race #1

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Oshkosh Carpet Oval Practice 10-8pm

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Oshkosh Dirt Oval Open Practice 10-8 (Sundays 10-5)

Oshkosh Road Course Practice 12-8pm

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Friday Night Clay Oval

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Saturday Road Course Racing- Carpet

Saturday Night Clay Oval

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Appleton Off Road Carpet

Oshkosh Dirt Oval Open Practice 10-8 (Sundays 10-5)

Carpet Oval Race #2

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Oshkosh Carpet Oval Practice 10-8pm

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Oshkosh Dirt Oval Open Practice 10-8 (Sundays 10-5)

Oshkosh Road Course Practice 12-8pm

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Friday Night Clay Oval

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Saturday Road Course Racing- Carpet

Saturday Night Clay Oval

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Carpet Oval Race #3

Appleton Off Road Carpet

Oshkosh Dirt Oval Open Practice 10-8 (Sundays 10-5)

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Oshkosh Carpet Oval Practice 10-8pm

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Oshkosh Dirt Oval Open Practice 10-8 (Sundays 10-5)

Oshkosh Road Course Practice 12-8pm

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Friday Night Clay Oval

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Saturday Road Course Racing- Carpet

Saturday Night Clay Oval

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Appleton Off Road Carpet

Oshkosh Dirt Oval Open Practice 10-8 (Sundays 10-5)

Whoops and 2″ Drone Competition, Hobbytown Oshkosh

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Oshkosh Carpet Oval Practice 10-8pm

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Oshkosh Dirt Oval Open Practice 10-8 (Sundays 10-5)

Oshkosh Road Course Practice 12-8pm

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Friday Night Clay Oval

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Saturday Road Course Racing- Carpet

Saturday Night Clay Oval

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Carpet Oval Race #4

Appleton Off Road Carpet

Oshkosh Dirt Oval Open Practice 10-8 (Sundays 10-5)

CLAY OVAL RULES & CLASSES

Oshkosh Clay Oval Class Rules
FRIDAY/SATURDAY NIGHT DIRT OVAL
TRACK RULES
Updated 9/18/18
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GENERAL TRACK RULES

OUR FACILITIES ARE DRUG, ALCOHOL AND FIREARM FREE- NO EXCEPTIONS!

ODORLESS TRACTION COMPOUND ONLY!

NO CAR MAY HAVE METAL OR OTHER PARTS MEANT TO DAMAGE
OTHER CARS OR EXTENDED BUMPERS TO KNOCK OTHER CARS OUT OF THE WAY.

ANY CAR DRAGGING OR OTHERWISE DAMAGING THE TRACK WILL BE BLACKED FLAGGED.

RACERS ARE REQUIRED TO CORNER MARSHAL THE RACE AFTER THEIRS

IF A RACER HAS A PHYSICAL CONDITION THAT DISALLOWS MARSHALING DUTIES, IT IS THAT RACERS RESPONSIBILITY TO FIND A REPLACEMENT AND TO INFORM THE RACE DIRECTOR.

DRIVERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR FREQUENCIES AND FREQUENCY CONFLICTS. RACERS MUST RESOLVE ANY CONFLICTS BETWEEN THEMSELVES AND INFORM THE RACE DIRECTOR OF ANY CHANGES.

THE PIT AREA SHOULD REMAIN AS CLEAN AS THE RACERS FIND IT – THIS IS A TEAM EFFORT!
PIT TOWELS ARE REQUIRED!!!!

RACE/TECH DIRECTORS DECISION IS FINAL CONCERNING ALL RULES AND REGULATIONS.

IF YOU THINK IT MAY NOT BE IN THE SPIRIT OF THE HOBBY, ASK THE RACE DIRECTOR FIRST. DON’T PUT HIM IN A POSITION TO RULE AGAINST YOU, PLEASE ASK FIRST.

ALL CLASS RULES ARE MADE AS SIMPLE AS POSSIBLE AND LEAVE SOME THINGS TO INTERPRETATION, RACERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO MODIFY THEIR CARS AND TRY NEW THINGS, BUT PLEASE KEEP IT IN THE SPIRIT OF THE RULES. ALL MODIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO RACE/TECH DIRECTORS INSPECTION.

THE TRACK IS NOT INDESTRUCTIBLE; PLEASE RESPECT THE TRACK SURFACE AND THE WORK THAT GOES INTO MAINTAINING THE TRACK.

INTENTIONAL CRASHING AND/OR HORSEPLAY ON THE TRACK WILL NOT BE PERMITTED.
ANY DRIVER FOUND TO COMPROMISE SPECTATORS, MARSHALS, OR RACER SAFETY WILL BE EJECTED.

REVERSE AND DRIVING BACKWARDS ON THE TRACK IS NEVER ALLOWED.

DRIVERS WILL BE GIVEN ONE WARNING FOLLOWED BY A BLACK FLAG.

CLASSES WITH REGULATED MOTORS AND BATTERIES ARE SUBJECT TO A RACE GRACE PERIOD FOR NEW RACER, PLEASE SEE RACE/TECH DIRECTOR FOR DETAILS.

CARS BREAKING IN THE MAIN WILL BE OUT FOR THE DURATION OF THE RACE (UNLESS AN EASY REPAIR BY A CORNER MARSHAL). CARS THAT FAIL ON THE TRACK WILL BE PLACED BY A CORNER MARSHAL IN A SAFE SPOT. NO RETRIEVING VEHICLES UNTIL THE RACE HAS ENDED.

ADDITIONAL RULES FOR USING LIPO BATTERIES
ALL PACKS MUST BE 2 CELL lipo ONLY
ALL BATTERIES MUST BE CHARGED USING LIPO SAFE CHARGERS
NO BATTER MAY HAVE EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE OF MORE THAN 105* F
NO BATTERY CAN READ MORE THAN 8.44V MAX AT ANY TIME, BATTERIES READING 8.45 OR MORE WILL BE DQ FOR THAT RACE
ALL BATTERIES MUST BE IN PROTECTIVE HARD CASE
ALL BATTERIES MUST BE CHARGED IN A LIPO SAFE CHARGING

SPECIALTY RACE NOTATIONS
TOP 4 FINISHERS IN ANY SPECIAL RACE MAY BE REQUIRED TO GO TO TECH.

CAR WILL BE INSPECTED FOR CLASS RULES (RIDE HEIGHT, MOTOR, BATTERY, ETC) AND LIPO CUT OFF!!
THESE RULES ARE NOT ONLY TO PROTECT YOUR EQUIPMENT BUT THE SAFETY OF YOURSELF, YOUR FELLOW RACERS AND SPECTATORS, PLEASE TAKE THESE PRECAUTIONS SERIOUSLY SO WE MAY ENJOY THE RACE PROGRAM FOR YEARS TO COME.

SPECIAL NOTE – IF YOU SHOULD CRASH IT IS NOT THE CORNER MARSHALS FAULT SO PLEASE TREAT THE CORNER MARSHALS WITH THE RESPECT THEY DESERVE AS THEY ARE NOT THE DRIVER OF THE VEHICLE – YOU AND YOUR FELLOW RACERS ARE. THEY CANNOT AND SHOULD NOT BE BLAMED FOR WHAT THEY HAVE NO CONTROL OVER.

THE MAIN PURPOSE FOR ALL RACERS THAT PARTICIPATE IN THE PROGRAM IS TO ENJOY THE COMPETITION THAT DIRT OVAL HAS TO OFFER AS WE ALL WORK TOGETHER TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE IN OUR EXPERIENCE FOR ALL AGES.

AMATEUR CLASS

  • Any short course truck, intended for new or young drivers
  • Subject to bump to normal class if results show competitive.
  • Run dependent on attendance

MIDGET CLASS

  • NO 1\8 SCALE WHEELS TIRES SHOCKS ETC.
  • ANY street or packed clay type tire intended for Short Course truck application.
  • ALL SHORT COURSE TRUCKS WILL HAVE A MINIMUM OF ¾” RIDE HEIGHT RACE /TECH DIRECTOR WILL HAVE THE RIDE HEIGHT BLOCK.
  • Motor- Traxxas 12T, HPI Equal or 17.5 ROAR stock motor
    Traxxas Speed control -0r- speed controls should be of a brand that allows a “stock” or “sportman” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. If your ESC does not have a “blinky” mode to show it is in a stock or sportsman setting, please notify the race director with proof and an exception may be allowed.
  • Midget body only, as molded by McAlister Model 314 (MCAB314) Only.
  • RADIO AND SERVO CAN BE CHANGED OR UPGRADED.

Class will be run with a minimum lap break out rule, 4.7 seconds to start but may be adjusted by race director with one week notice.
**this class will not be for everyone, rule compliance to the minimum outlined above will be required.

STOCK SHORT COURSE

  • NO 1/8 SCALE WHEELS, TIRES OR SHOCK, ETC
    ANY street or packed clay type tire intended for Short Course truck application.
  • ALL SHORT COURSE TRUCKS MUST CLEAR ¾” RIDE HEIGHT BLOCK.
  • ANY 2WD MANUFACTURER BUILT SHORT COURSE TRUCK
    6 CELL, OR 2S LIPO PACK.
  • STOCK RTR MOTOR OR 17.5 MUST BE ROAR APPROVED) OR HIGHER BRUSHLESS MOTOR W/ESC IN BLINKING MODE
    Speed controls should be of a brand that allows a “stock” or “sportman” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. If your ESC does not have a “blinky” mode to show it is in a stock or sportsman setting, please notify the race director with proof and an exception may be allowed. Clarified 1/9/2016
  • MUST BE A SHORT COURSE DESIGNED BODY (no classics bodies, but be off road style) This rule updated 12/23/17, no add on spoilers and wings other than provided as part of the original body.

PRO SHORT COURSE

  • NO 1/8 SCALE WHEELS, TIRES OR SHOCKS
    Any Short Course designated tire (street tread tires recommended) intended for Short Course truck application.
  • ALL SHORT COURSE TRUCKS MUST CLEAR BLOCK ¾” RIDE HEIGHT.
  • ANY 2WD SHORT COURSE TRUCK.
  • 6 CELL, 7 CELL, OR 2S LIPO  PACK.
  • OPEN BRUSHLESS MOTOR OR BRUSHED MOTOR, BUT MUST BE ROAR APPROVED.
  • ANY SHORT COURSE OPTION PART.
  • ANY SHORT COURSE DESIGNED BODY.

NO 1/8 SCALE WHEELS AND TIRES, SHOCKS, ETC

ANY STREET OR PACKED CLAY TYPE TIRE INTENDED FOR SHORT COURSE TRUCK APPLICATIONS

ALL SHORT COURSE TRUCKS WILL HAVE A MINIMUM OF 3/4″ RIDE HEIGHT, RACE DIRECTOR HAS RIDE BLOCK GAGE

MOTOR- TRAXXAS STOCK MOTOR/ARMA MEGA MOTOR ONLY, ANY SIGNS OF TAMPERING WILL CAUSE RACER TO LOSE ALL SERIES POINTS AND BE DISQUALIFIED FROM RACING THAT DAY

SPUR/PINION GEAR REQUIREMENTS-

TRAXXAS- 86, PINION 19/18/17

ASSOCIATED- 87, 18/17/16

LOSI- 84, 17/16/15

RACE DIRECTOR MAY APPROVE DEVIATIONS, CHECK BEFORE RUNNING.

BODY- ANY SHORT COURSE BODY DESIGNED FOR THE SLASH OR SIMILAR WITH CLASSIC APPEARANCE (70’S OR OLDER), I.E. 55 PARMA, MUSCLE CAR OR OTHER OLD STYLE BODY, ALL BODIES MUST COVER THE TIRES AND HAVE FULL WINDOWS, LEFT CLEAR.

COUPE CLASSICS CLASS

  • NO 1\8 SCALE WHEELS TIRES SHOCKS ETC.
  • ANY street or packed clay type tire intended for Short Course truck application.
  • ALL SHORT COURSE TRUCKS WILL HAVE A MINIMUM OF ¾” RIDE HEIGHT RACE /TECH DIRECTOR WILL HAVE THE RIDE HEIGHT BLOCK.
  • Motor- Traxxas 12T, HPI Equal or 17.5 ROAR stock motor
    Traxxas Speed control -0r- speed controls should be of a brand that allows a “stock” or “sportman” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. If your ESC does not have a “blinky” mode to show it is in a stock or sportsman setting, please notify the race director with proof and an exception may be allowed.
  • Coupe body only, as molded by MCalister Fenders must be present and only trimmed enough to give tire clearance (please note, there is fine line between adequate clearance and gone altogether, there must be some fender there.  Others with prior approval of Race Director Drivers must have a classics body, no short course standard bodies and body must cover tops of tires.
  • RADIO AND SERVO CAN BE CHANGED OR UPGRADED

Class will be run with a minimum lap break out rule, 4.6 seconds to start but may be adjusted by race director with one week notice.
**this class will not be for everyone, rule compliance to the minimum outlined above will be required.

SHORT COURSE LATE MODEL

  • Any 2WD Short Course Truck, chassis and suspension must remain stock, shocks must be stock, springs and oil may be changed. Custom left turn only chassis’s require RD approval and not allowed under the general class parameters.
  • Original factory toe blocks, no custom or altered toe blocks, adjustable A-arms are legal at this time if set to zero). Additional hub carriers can be used 1.5 degree max on hub carrier. No homemade hub carriers.
    chassis.
  • Chassis- Original Factory mounting holes locations only, no drilling additional holes for shocks, A-Arms ect.
  • Must have one piece lexan short course late model body.
  • Only Pro-Line Street Fighter, Dynamite Robber tires, and Duratrax bandito, Dynamite Upshot!!
  • No Grooving or shaving of the tires.
  • Any Short Course rim.
  • 13.5 brushless ROAR APPROVED\
  • Aftermarket ESC must be in “blinky” sportsman mode, no timing advance
  • No drift ESC’s, No Gyro’s No AVC systems
    Speed controls should be of a brand that allows a “stock” or “sportman” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. If your ESC does not have a “blinky” mode to show it is in a stock or sportsman setting, please notify the race director with proof and an exception may be allowed. Clarified 1/9/2016
  • Any 6 cell or 2s Lipo hard case, Must be center mounted on back of body like real late models.
  • No metal bumpers or body parts allowed
  • Max 3” tall spoilers no wider than body, one fin allowed between end plates
  • Battery must be placed in stock location
    Slipper Eliminators are allowed, but no locked Diff’s
    Mid or Rear motor chassis configuration allowed for club racing.
  • Short Course IMCA style Dirt Modifieds, Short Course Modified
  • Same rules as the Short Course Late Models with these slight differences.
  • Body is to be a SC Dirt Modified style keeping all dimensions close to makers like Sippel Speed Shop, Bodies by Ed, Bart’s, AFX Fab, Bodies by Wild, Bill, Bulldog Bodies, HRC, ECT.
  • Max 1” rear spoiler mounted on back of body
  • 13.5 Brushless motor ROAR LEGAL, new for 2015
  • Aftermarket ESC must be in “blinky” sportsman mode, no timing advance.
  • Speed controls must be of a brand that allows a “stock” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. Speed controls that require a set up station or programming card to identify settings do not meet this requirement. Clarification added 1/3/16

SHORT COURSE MODIFIED

  • Any 2WD Short Course Truck, chassis and suspension must remain stock, shocks must be stock, springs and oil may be changed.  Custom left turn chassis’s require RD approval.
  • Original factory toe blocks, no custom or altered toe blocks, adjustable A-arms are legal at this time if set to zero). Additional hub carriers can be used 1.5 degree max on hub carrier. No homemade hub carriers.
    chassis.
  • Chassis- Original Factory mounting holes locations only, no drilling additional holes for shocks, A-Arms ect.
  • Must have SC MODIFIED STYLE KEEPING ALL DIMENSIONS CLOSE TO MAKERS LIKE SHARK, SIPPLE, BODIES BY ED, ETC.
  • MAX 1″ REAR SPOILER MOUNTED ON BACK OF BODY.
  • Only Pro-Line Street Fighter, Dynamite Robber tires, and Duratrax bandito, Dynamite Upshot, or others as approved by RD.
  • No Grooving or shaving of the tires.
  • Any Short Course rim.
  • 17.5 brushless ROAR APPROVED
  • Aftermarket ESC must be in “blinky” sportsman mode, no timing advance
  • No drift ESC’s, No Gyro’s No AVC systems
    Speed controls should be of a brand that allows a “stock” or “sportman” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. If your ESC does not have a “blinky” mode to show it is in a stock or sportsman setting, please notify the race director with proof and an exception may be allowed. Clarified 1/9/2016
  • Any 6 cell or 2s Lipo hard case, Must be center mounted on back of body like real late models.
  • No metal bumpers or body parts allowed
  • Max 3” tall spoilers no wider than body, one fin allowed between end plates
  • Battery must be placed in stock location
    Slipper Eliminators are allowed, but no locked Diff’s
    Mid or Rear motor chassis configuration allowed for club racing.

SHORT COURSE MODIFIED

  • Any 2WD Short Course Truck, chassis and suspension must remain stock, shocks must be stock, springs and oil may be changed.  Custom left turn chassis’s require RD approval.
  • Original factory toe blocks, no custom or altered toe blocks, adjustable A-arms are legal at this time if set to zero). Additional hub carriers can be used 1.5 degree max on hub carrier. No homemade hub carriers.
    chassis.
  • Chassis- Original Factory mounting holes locations only, no drilling additional holes for shocks, A-Arms ect.
  • Must have SC MODIFIED STYLE KEEPING ALL DIMENSIONS CLOSE TO MAKERS LIKE SHARK, SIPPLE, BODIES BY ED, ETC.
  • MAX 1″ REAR SPOILER MOUNTED ON BACK OF BODY.
  • Only Pro-Line Street Fighter, Dynamite Robber tires, and Duratrax bandito, Dynamite Upshot, or others as approved by RD.
  • No Grooving or shaving of the tires.
  • Any Short Course rim.
  • 17.5 brushless ROAR APPROVED
  • Aftermarket ESC must be in “blinky” sportsman mode, no timing advance
  • No drift ESC’s, No Gyro’s No AVC systems
    Speed controls should be of a brand that allows a “stock” or “sportman” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. If your ESC does not have a “blinky” mode to show it is in a stock or sportsman setting, please notify the race director with proof and an exception may be allowed. Clarified 1/9/2016
  • Any 6 cell or 2s Lipo hard case, Must be center mounted on back of body like real late models.
  • No metal bumpers or body parts allowed
  • Max 3” tall spoilers no wider than body, one fin allowed between end plates
  • Battery must be placed in stock location
    Slipper Eliminators are allowed, but no locked Diff’s
    Mid or Rear motor chassis configuration allowed for club racing.

Subject to revision at track level with re posting in 2 weeks from change.

MIDWEST MODIFIED

Must be a mass produced 2wd offroad buggy

  • Must have functional gear box.
  • No direct drive style differentials.
  • Rear Motor or Mid Motor.
  • Stock Buggy Suspension. Stock buggy style shocks and springs. Shock oil may be changed.
  • Stock shock mounting holes must be used.
  • Any DODC “style” Midwest Modified Body. These are bodies from, Sippel Speed Shop, Bodies By Ed, ect.
  • Rear Wheel openings must be cut to a minimum of diameter of the appropriate tire.
  • Any buggy street type tire allowed at this time. Rebar tires are an allowed option.
  • Up to 7 Cell Nimh or 2s Lipo.
  • 17.5 Brushless Motors (OPEN, ROAR not required at this time for this class).
  • ESC must be in blinky sportsman mode, no timing advance
  • Spoiler max length: 1.5″. Spoiler cannot be wider than center panel. – No more than (2) spoiler center braces allowed. Center braces can be no larger than optional spoiler end caps. – End Caps cannot extend past end of Side Panel. – End Cap Size: Length 2.75″ Height 1.5″. Height is area of End Cap above the rear deck.

1/10 SPRINT

  • Rules are from Dirtoval.com national guidelines, deviations must be approved by the race director.  At this time, sprint cars must be designed/built specific sprint cars.  Hand made or modified from other vehicles are not compliant at this time.
  • Motor, 17.5 ROAR stock, blinky mode.
  • Tire- FOAM TIRES FOR 2018
  • BSR C1018-SPEC rear, BSR C1017-SPEC front
  • Foam Tires
    Max wheel diameter: 2.0”
    Front tire and wheel width: Max 1.1”
    Rear tire and wheel width: Max 1.5”, Min 1.35″
  • BSR spec (dlb pink) tire is a recommendation and HTO will stock if needed.
  • Electric Minimum Weight, Sprint = 55.0oz
  • General – Maximum Overall Length: 18.000″. Maximum Chassis width: 4.025″
  • No Direct Drive configurations allowed at this time.
  • Cage – Sprint cars must have a scale appearing contemporary cage made out of rounded stock. The cage must be symmetrical left to right and mounted level to the chassis. Unrealistic shaped cages designed to exploit the rules below are not permitted. Maximum cage width at driver halo, down tubes, and top frame rail: 3.600″. Maximum cage height 5.5″ from top of chassis to top of cage at highest point. All cage and body components such as cage, bumpers, nerf bars, hoods, side panels, tanks, etc. must be mounted on the centerline of the cage. Chassis may not extend outside of the side panels by more than 1/4″ on either side.
  • Bumpers – A flat, curved or tubular front bumper (or combination of) must be used and may not be designed to direct air or create downforce. Maximum height of front bumper is 1.75” from the bottom of the lowest point of the chassis. Scale appearing side nerf bars must be used on both sides of the car (left side of nitro sprint is optional due to clearance needed for nitro exhaust). A scale appearing rear hoop style bumper must be used. Bumpers and nerf bars must be made of rounded stock with no sharp edges.
  • Tail tank – A traditional scale appearing rounded style three dimensional rear fuel cell must be used.
  • Headers – Three dimensional scale appearing exhaust headers must appear on both sides of car in “engine area” (left side of nitro sprint is optional due to clearance needed for nitro exhaust).
  • Side panels – Flat side panels may be made from molded or fabricated polycarbonate. Maximum
    height of side panels in front of the driver cockpit is 3.80” from the bottom of the chassis. Must have minimum of 3/4″ high by 2.5″ long openings on both sides of cage in driver compartment. Additional material may be used/added to either side of the side panel openings to replicate a scale appearing driver but may not exceed 1″ x 1″. (Note that the top wing mounts may cover these openings for winged classes.) Side panels may not extend beyond the rear of the cage by more than 0.25”. Side panels may not extend above or in front of the front downtubes. Scale appearing driver arm guards and engine vents may be used but cannot extend more than 3/8″ from the side panels. No other flares or turnouts designed to deflect, trap and/or form a pattern for air to travel in a directed manner are permitted except for those used to cool electronics.
  • Hood Area– A scale appearing hood must be used and is defined as beginning at the front axle and ending at the front of the driver cockpit. The hood must be symmetrical from left to right. The hood must be tall enough and wide enough to allow room for a scale engine intake and air cleaners (no unrealistically low or flat hoods). Minimum vertical gap from top of hood to bottom of front cage crossbar: .750″. The hood may not drop below the nearest point of the side panels by more than 3/8” and may not have any channels more than 0.25” deep designed to trap or direct air.
  • Nose Area – A molded or fabricated nose piece may be used and is defined from the front axle forward to the front bumper. Front bumper may not extend more than 3” from front axles. Nose piece (any lexan) must be at least 3/8″ back from the leading edge of the front bumper. Maximum width of nose piece/bumper is 3.75″. Maximum width of any surface designed to add downforce is 3.125”. Nose piece may not extend above the cage downtubes or an imaginary line connecting the downtubes if the cage is a split design.
  • ***Note that the hood and nose piece can be one piece or multiple pieces for the purpose of easy access to electronics and suspension but are defined as above for purposes of aero rules.

    Front wing/mounts
     – For front wing dimensions see appropriate wing drawing pdf. The front wing center section may not extend in front of the front bumper. Front wing mounts may be made of lexan but may not exceed 1.75” in length and 1.75” in height and may not extend in front of or behind the center section of the wing.
  • Top wing/mounts – For top wing dimensions see appropriate wing drawing pdf. Top wing minimum height at leading edge: 5.00″ from bottom of chassis. Top wing maximum height at leading edge: 6.50″ from bottom of chassis. Center section and side panels must be made from at least 3 separate pieces of polycarbonate, carbon or aluminum material. All corners and edges must be rounded and free of sharp edges. Main and Front wings must be mounted so that they are centered on cage, no offset wings. Wing center sections must have all 4 corners set at 90 degree angles, no canted or angled panels. Wings must also be mounted level from side to side. Center section of wing may not extend beyond leading or trailing edge of side panels. Side panels must have braces that hold side panel rigid at 90deg. to center section during race conditions. Two braces are required from top of the center foil to the left sideboard and one brace is permitted below the center foil to the right side board. Braces can be a maximum of .750″ wide and front edge of front brace must be no more than 1.5” back from side panel leading edge. Side Panels may have front, back, top and bottom turnouts of no more than .375″ and are included in max dimension. Flat foil center sections will be allowed a .250” turndown at the leading edge.
  • No additional lexan or any other material may be mounted to nerf bars, bumpers, cage, wing or any other part of the car that will trap, alter, or direct air flow for the purpose of gaining an aerodynamic advantage.
  • The 6×6″ wing will be the standard Sprint Car wing size. Race organizers and series directors may at their discretion allow the optional 7×7″ wing rule for races and series using buggy or rubber tires.
  • Top wings are mandatory and front wings are optional for all sprint classes.
CLAY OVAL GENERAL RULES

Oshkosh Clay Oval Class Rules
FRIDAY/SATURDAY NIGHT DIRT OVAL
TRACK RULES
Updated 9/18/18
****************************************************
GENERAL TRACK RULES

OUR FACILITIES ARE DRUG, ALCOHOL AND FIREARM FREE- NO EXCEPTIONS!

ODORLESS TRACTION COMPOUND ONLY!

NO CAR MAY HAVE METAL OR OTHER PARTS MEANT TO DAMAGE
OTHER CARS OR EXTENDED BUMPERS TO KNOCK OTHER CARS OUT OF THE WAY.

ANY CAR DRAGGING OR OTHERWISE DAMAGING THE TRACK WILL BE BLACKED FLAGGED.

RACERS ARE REQUIRED TO CORNER MARSHAL THE RACE AFTER THEIRS

IF A RACER HAS A PHYSICAL CONDITION THAT DISALLOWS MARSHALING DUTIES, IT IS THAT RACERS RESPONSIBILITY TO FIND A REPLACEMENT AND TO INFORM THE RACE DIRECTOR.

DRIVERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR FREQUENCIES AND FREQUENCY CONFLICTS. RACERS MUST RESOLVE ANY CONFLICTS BETWEEN THEMSELVES AND INFORM THE RACE DIRECTOR OF ANY CHANGES.

THE PIT AREA SHOULD REMAIN AS CLEAN AS THE RACERS FIND IT – THIS IS A TEAM EFFORT!
PIT TOWELS ARE REQUIRED!!!!

RACE/TECH DIRECTORS DECISION IS FINAL CONCERNING ALL RULES AND REGULATIONS.

IF YOU THINK IT MAY NOT BE IN THE SPIRIT OF THE HOBBY, ASK THE RACE DIRECTOR FIRST. DON’T PUT HIM IN A POSITION TO RULE AGAINST YOU, PLEASE ASK FIRST.

ALL CLASS RULES ARE MADE AS SIMPLE AS POSSIBLE AND LEAVE SOME THINGS TO INTERPRETATION, RACERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO MODIFY THEIR CARS AND TRY NEW THINGS, BUT PLEASE KEEP IT IN THE SPIRIT OF THE RULES. ALL MODIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO RACE/TECH DIRECTORS INSPECTION.

THE TRACK IS NOT INDESTRUCTIBLE; PLEASE RESPECT THE TRACK SURFACE AND THE WORK THAT GOES INTO MAINTAINING THE TRACK.

INTENTIONAL CRASHING AND/OR HORSEPLAY ON THE TRACK WILL NOT BE PERMITTED.
ANY DRIVER FOUND TO COMPROMISE SPECTATORS, MARSHALS, OR RACER SAFETY WILL BE EJECTED.

REVERSE AND DRIVING BACKWARDS ON THE TRACK IS NEVER ALLOWED.

DRIVERS WILL BE GIVEN ONE WARNING FOLLOWED BY A BLACK FLAG.

CLASSES WITH REGULATED MOTORS AND BATTERIES ARE SUBJECT TO A RACE GRACE PERIOD FOR NEW RACER, PLEASE SEE RACE/TECH DIRECTOR FOR DETAILS.

CARS BREAKING IN THE MAIN WILL BE OUT FOR THE DURATION OF THE RACE (UNLESS AN EASY REPAIR BY A CORNER MARSHAL). CARS THAT FAIL ON THE TRACK WILL BE PLACED BY A CORNER MARSHAL IN A SAFE SPOT. NO RETRIEVING VEHICLES UNTIL THE RACE HAS ENDED.

ADDITIONAL RULES FOR USING LIPO BATTERIES
ALL PACKS MUST BE 2 CELL lipo ONLY
ALL BATTERIES MUST BE CHARGED USING LIPO SAFE CHARGERS
NO BATTER MAY HAVE EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE OF MORE THAN 105* F
NO BATTERY CAN READ MORE THAN 8.44V MAX AT ANY TIME, BATTERIES READING 8.45 OR MORE WILL BE DQ FOR THAT RACE
ALL BATTERIES MUST BE IN PROTECTIVE HARD CASE
ALL BATTERIES MUST BE CHARGED IN A LIPO SAFE CHARGING

SPECIALTY RACE NOTATIONS
TOP 4 FINISHERS IN ANY SPECIAL RACE MAY BE REQUIRED TO GO TO TECH.

CAR WILL BE INSPECTED FOR CLASS RULES (RIDE HEIGHT, MOTOR, BATTERY, ETC) AND LIPO CUT OFF!!
THESE RULES ARE NOT ONLY TO PROTECT YOUR EQUIPMENT BUT THE SAFETY OF YOURSELF, YOUR FELLOW RACERS AND SPECTATORS, PLEASE TAKE THESE PRECAUTIONS SERIOUSLY SO WE MAY ENJOY THE RACE PROGRAM FOR YEARS TO COME.

SPECIAL NOTE – IF YOU SHOULD CRASH IT IS NOT THE CORNER MARSHALS FAULT SO PLEASE TREAT THE CORNER MARSHALS WITH THE RESPECT THEY DESERVE AS THEY ARE NOT THE DRIVER OF THE VEHICLE – YOU AND YOUR FELLOW RACERS ARE. THEY CANNOT AND SHOULD NOT BE BLAMED FOR WHAT THEY HAVE NO CONTROL OVER.

THE MAIN PURPOSE FOR ALL RACERS THAT PARTICIPATE IN THE PROGRAM IS TO ENJOY THE COMPETITION THAT DIRT OVAL HAS TO OFFER AS WE ALL WORK TOGETHER TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE IN OUR EXPERIENCE FOR ALL AGES.

AMATEUR CLASS

AMATEUR CLASS

  • Any short course truck, intended for new or young drivers
  • Subject to bump to normal class if results show competitive.
  • Run dependent on attendance
MIDGET CLASS

MIDGET CLASS

  • NO 1\8 SCALE WHEELS TIRES SHOCKS ETC.
  • ANY street or packed clay type tire intended for Short Course truck application.
  • ALL SHORT COURSE TRUCKS WILL HAVE A MINIMUM OF ¾” RIDE HEIGHT RACE /TECH DIRECTOR WILL HAVE THE RIDE HEIGHT BLOCK.
  • Motor- Traxxas 12T, HPI Equal or 17.5 ROAR stock motor
    Traxxas Speed control -0r- speed controls should be of a brand that allows a “stock” or “sportman” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. If your ESC does not have a “blinky” mode to show it is in a stock or sportsman setting, please notify the race director with proof and an exception may be allowed.
  • Midget body only, as molded by McAlister Model 314 (MCAB314) Only.
  • RADIO AND SERVO CAN BE CHANGED OR UPGRADED.

Class will be run with a minimum lap break out rule, 4.7 seconds to start but may be adjusted by race director with one week notice.
**this class will not be for everyone, rule compliance to the minimum outlined above will be required.

STOCK SHORT COURSE

STOCK SHORT COURSE

  • NO 1/8 SCALE WHEELS, TIRES OR SHOCK, ETC
    ANY street or packed clay type tire intended for Short Course truck application.
  • ALL SHORT COURSE TRUCKS MUST CLEAR ¾” RIDE HEIGHT BLOCK.
  • ANY 2WD MANUFACTURER BUILT SHORT COURSE TRUCK
    6 CELL, OR 2S LIPO PACK.
  • STOCK RTR MOTOR OR 17.5 MUST BE ROAR APPROVED) OR HIGHER BRUSHLESS MOTOR W/ESC IN BLINKING MODE
    Speed controls should be of a brand that allows a “stock” or “sportman” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. If your ESC does not have a “blinky” mode to show it is in a stock or sportsman setting, please notify the race director with proof and an exception may be allowed. Clarified 1/9/2016
  • MUST BE A SHORT COURSE DESIGNED BODY (no classics bodies, but be off road style) This rule updated 12/23/17, no add on spoilers and wings other than provided as part of the original body.
PRO SHORT COURSE

PRO SHORT COURSE

  • NO 1/8 SCALE WHEELS, TIRES OR SHOCKS
    Any Short Course designated tire (street tread tires recommended) intended for Short Course truck application.
  • ALL SHORT COURSE TRUCKS MUST CLEAR BLOCK ¾” RIDE HEIGHT.
  • ANY 2WD SHORT COURSE TRUCK.
  • 6 CELL, 7 CELL, OR 2S LIPO  PACK.
  • OPEN BRUSHLESS MOTOR OR BRUSHED MOTOR, BUT MUST BE ROAR APPROVED.
  • ANY SHORT COURSE OPTION PART.
  • ANY SHORT COURSE DESIGNED BODY.
CLASSICS CLASS

NO 1/8 SCALE WHEELS AND TIRES, SHOCKS, ETC

ANY STREET OR PACKED CLAY TYPE TIRE INTENDED FOR SHORT COURSE TRUCK APPLICATIONS

ALL SHORT COURSE TRUCKS WILL HAVE A MINIMUM OF 3/4″ RIDE HEIGHT, RACE DIRECTOR HAS RIDE BLOCK GAGE

MOTOR- TRAXXAS STOCK MOTOR/ARMA MEGA MOTOR ONLY, ANY SIGNS OF TAMPERING WILL CAUSE RACER TO LOSE ALL SERIES POINTS AND BE DISQUALIFIED FROM RACING THAT DAY

SPUR/PINION GEAR REQUIREMENTS-

TRAXXAS- 86, PINION 19/18/17

ASSOCIATED- 87, 18/17/16

LOSI- 84, 17/16/15

RACE DIRECTOR MAY APPROVE DEVIATIONS, CHECK BEFORE RUNNING.

BODY- ANY SHORT COURSE BODY DESIGNED FOR THE SLASH OR SIMILAR WITH CLASSIC APPEARANCE (70’S OR OLDER), I.E. 55 PARMA, MUSCLE CAR OR OTHER OLD STYLE BODY, ALL BODIES MUST COVER THE TIRES AND HAVE FULL WINDOWS, LEFT CLEAR.

COUPE CLASSICS CLASS

COUPE CLASSICS CLASS

  • NO 1\8 SCALE WHEELS TIRES SHOCKS ETC.
  • ANY street or packed clay type tire intended for Short Course truck application.
  • ALL SHORT COURSE TRUCKS WILL HAVE A MINIMUM OF ¾” RIDE HEIGHT RACE /TECH DIRECTOR WILL HAVE THE RIDE HEIGHT BLOCK.
  • Motor- Traxxas 12T, HPI Equal or 17.5 ROAR stock motor
    Traxxas Speed control -0r- speed controls should be of a brand that allows a “stock” or “sportman” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. If your ESC does not have a “blinky” mode to show it is in a stock or sportsman setting, please notify the race director with proof and an exception may be allowed.
  • Coupe body only, as molded by MCalister Fenders must be present and only trimmed enough to give tire clearance (please note, there is fine line between adequate clearance and gone altogether, there must be some fender there.  Others with prior approval of Race Director Drivers must have a classics body, no short course standard bodies and body must cover tops of tires.
  • RADIO AND SERVO CAN BE CHANGED OR UPGRADED

Class will be run with a minimum lap break out rule, 4.6 seconds to start but may be adjusted by race director with one week notice.
**this class will not be for everyone, rule compliance to the minimum outlined above will be required.

SHORT COURSE LATE MODEL

SHORT COURSE LATE MODEL

  • Any 2WD Short Course Truck, chassis and suspension must remain stock, shocks must be stock, springs and oil may be changed. Custom left turn only chassis’s require RD approval and not allowed under the general class parameters.
  • Original factory toe blocks, no custom or altered toe blocks, adjustable A-arms are legal at this time if set to zero). Additional hub carriers can be used 1.5 degree max on hub carrier. No homemade hub carriers.
    chassis.
  • Chassis- Original Factory mounting holes locations only, no drilling additional holes for shocks, A-Arms ect.
  • Must have one piece lexan short course late model body.
  • Only Pro-Line Street Fighter, Dynamite Robber tires, and Duratrax bandito, Dynamite Upshot!!
  • No Grooving or shaving of the tires.
  • Any Short Course rim.
  • 13.5 brushless ROAR APPROVED\
  • Aftermarket ESC must be in “blinky” sportsman mode, no timing advance
  • No drift ESC’s, No Gyro’s No AVC systems
    Speed controls should be of a brand that allows a “stock” or “sportman” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. If your ESC does not have a “blinky” mode to show it is in a stock or sportsman setting, please notify the race director with proof and an exception may be allowed. Clarified 1/9/2016
  • Any 6 cell or 2s Lipo hard case, Must be center mounted on back of body like real late models.
  • No metal bumpers or body parts allowed
  • Max 3” tall spoilers no wider than body, one fin allowed between end plates
  • Battery must be placed in stock location
    Slipper Eliminators are allowed, but no locked Diff’s
    Mid or Rear motor chassis configuration allowed for club racing.
  • Short Course IMCA style Dirt Modifieds, Short Course Modified
  • Same rules as the Short Course Late Models with these slight differences.
  • Body is to be a SC Dirt Modified style keeping all dimensions close to makers like Sippel Speed Shop, Bodies by Ed, Bart’s, AFX Fab, Bodies by Wild, Bill, Bulldog Bodies, HRC, ECT.
  • Max 1” rear spoiler mounted on back of body
  • 13.5 Brushless motor ROAR LEGAL, new for 2015
  • Aftermarket ESC must be in “blinky” sportsman mode, no timing advance.
  • Speed controls must be of a brand that allows a “stock” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. Speed controls that require a set up station or programming card to identify settings do not meet this requirement. Clarification added 1/3/16
SHORT COURSE MODIFIED

SHORT COURSE MODIFIED

  • Any 2WD Short Course Truck, chassis and suspension must remain stock, shocks must be stock, springs and oil may be changed.  Custom left turn chassis’s require RD approval.
  • Original factory toe blocks, no custom or altered toe blocks, adjustable A-arms are legal at this time if set to zero). Additional hub carriers can be used 1.5 degree max on hub carrier. No homemade hub carriers.
    chassis.
  • Chassis- Original Factory mounting holes locations only, no drilling additional holes for shocks, A-Arms ect.
  • Must have SC MODIFIED STYLE KEEPING ALL DIMENSIONS CLOSE TO MAKERS LIKE SHARK, SIPPLE, BODIES BY ED, ETC.
  • MAX 1″ REAR SPOILER MOUNTED ON BACK OF BODY.
  • Only Pro-Line Street Fighter, Dynamite Robber tires, and Duratrax bandito, Dynamite Upshot, or others as approved by RD.
  • No Grooving or shaving of the tires.
  • Any Short Course rim.
  • 17.5 brushless ROAR APPROVED
  • Aftermarket ESC must be in “blinky” sportsman mode, no timing advance
  • No drift ESC’s, No Gyro’s No AVC systems
    Speed controls should be of a brand that allows a “stock” or “sportman” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. If your ESC does not have a “blinky” mode to show it is in a stock or sportsman setting, please notify the race director with proof and an exception may be allowed. Clarified 1/9/2016
  • Any 6 cell or 2s Lipo hard case, Must be center mounted on back of body like real late models.
  • No metal bumpers or body parts allowed
  • Max 3” tall spoilers no wider than body, one fin allowed between end plates
  • Battery must be placed in stock location
    Slipper Eliminators are allowed, but no locked Diff’s
    Mid or Rear motor chassis configuration allowed for club racing.

SHORT COURSE MODIFIED

  • Any 2WD Short Course Truck, chassis and suspension must remain stock, shocks must be stock, springs and oil may be changed.  Custom left turn chassis’s require RD approval.
  • Original factory toe blocks, no custom or altered toe blocks, adjustable A-arms are legal at this time if set to zero). Additional hub carriers can be used 1.5 degree max on hub carrier. No homemade hub carriers.
    chassis.
  • Chassis- Original Factory mounting holes locations only, no drilling additional holes for shocks, A-Arms ect.
  • Must have SC MODIFIED STYLE KEEPING ALL DIMENSIONS CLOSE TO MAKERS LIKE SHARK, SIPPLE, BODIES BY ED, ETC.
  • MAX 1″ REAR SPOILER MOUNTED ON BACK OF BODY.
  • Only Pro-Line Street Fighter, Dynamite Robber tires, and Duratrax bandito, Dynamite Upshot, or others as approved by RD.
  • No Grooving or shaving of the tires.
  • Any Short Course rim.
  • 17.5 brushless ROAR APPROVED
  • Aftermarket ESC must be in “blinky” sportsman mode, no timing advance
  • No drift ESC’s, No Gyro’s No AVC systems
    Speed controls should be of a brand that allows a “stock” or “sportman” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. If your ESC does not have a “blinky” mode to show it is in a stock or sportsman setting, please notify the race director with proof and an exception may be allowed. Clarified 1/9/2016
  • Any 6 cell or 2s Lipo hard case, Must be center mounted on back of body like real late models.
  • No metal bumpers or body parts allowed
  • Max 3” tall spoilers no wider than body, one fin allowed between end plates
  • Battery must be placed in stock location
    Slipper Eliminators are allowed, but no locked Diff’s
    Mid or Rear motor chassis configuration allowed for club racing.

Subject to revision at track level with re posting in 2 weeks from change.

MIDWEST MODIFIED

MIDWEST MODIFIED

Must be a mass produced 2wd offroad buggy

  • Must have functional gear box.
  • No direct drive style differentials.
  • Rear Motor or Mid Motor.
  • Stock Buggy Suspension. Stock buggy style shocks and springs. Shock oil may be changed.
  • Stock shock mounting holes must be used.
  • Any DODC “style” Midwest Modified Body. These are bodies from, Sippel Speed Shop, Bodies By Ed, ect.
  • Rear Wheel openings must be cut to a minimum of diameter of the appropriate tire.
  • Any buggy street type tire allowed at this time. Rebar tires are an allowed option.
  • Up to 7 Cell Nimh or 2s Lipo.
  • 17.5 Brushless Motors (OPEN, ROAR not required at this time for this class).
  • ESC must be in blinky sportsman mode, no timing advance
  • Spoiler max length: 1.5″. Spoiler cannot be wider than center panel. – No more than (2) spoiler center braces allowed. Center braces can be no larger than optional spoiler end caps. – End Caps cannot extend past end of Side Panel. – End Cap Size: Length 2.75″ Height 1.5″. Height is area of End Cap above the rear deck.
1/10 SPRINT

1/10 SPRINT

  • Rules are from Dirtoval.com national guidelines, deviations must be approved by the race director.  At this time, sprint cars must be designed/built specific sprint cars.  Hand made or modified from other vehicles are not compliant at this time.
  • Motor, 17.5 ROAR stock, blinky mode.
  • Tire- FOAM TIRES FOR 2018
  • BSR C1018-SPEC rear, BSR C1017-SPEC front
  • Foam Tires
    Max wheel diameter: 2.0”
    Front tire and wheel width: Max 1.1”
    Rear tire and wheel width: Max 1.5”, Min 1.35″
  • BSR spec (dlb pink) tire is a recommendation and HTO will stock if needed.
  • Electric Minimum Weight, Sprint = 55.0oz
  • General – Maximum Overall Length: 18.000″. Maximum Chassis width: 4.025″
  • No Direct Drive configurations allowed at this time.
  • Cage – Sprint cars must have a scale appearing contemporary cage made out of rounded stock. The cage must be symmetrical left to right and mounted level to the chassis. Unrealistic shaped cages designed to exploit the rules below are not permitted. Maximum cage width at driver halo, down tubes, and top frame rail: 3.600″. Maximum cage height 5.5″ from top of chassis to top of cage at highest point. All cage and body components such as cage, bumpers, nerf bars, hoods, side panels, tanks, etc. must be mounted on the centerline of the cage. Chassis may not extend outside of the side panels by more than 1/4″ on either side.
  • Bumpers – A flat, curved or tubular front bumper (or combination of) must be used and may not be designed to direct air or create downforce. Maximum height of front bumper is 1.75” from the bottom of the lowest point of the chassis. Scale appearing side nerf bars must be used on both sides of the car (left side of nitro sprint is optional due to clearance needed for nitro exhaust). A scale appearing rear hoop style bumper must be used. Bumpers and nerf bars must be made of rounded stock with no sharp edges.
  • Tail tank – A traditional scale appearing rounded style three dimensional rear fuel cell must be used.
  • Headers – Three dimensional scale appearing exhaust headers must appear on both sides of car in “engine area” (left side of nitro sprint is optional due to clearance needed for nitro exhaust).
  • Side panels – Flat side panels may be made from molded or fabricated polycarbonate. Maximum
    height of side panels in front of the driver cockpit is 3.80” from the bottom of the chassis. Must have minimum of 3/4″ high by 2.5″ long openings on both sides of cage in driver compartment. Additional material may be used/added to either side of the side panel openings to replicate a scale appearing driver but may not exceed 1″ x 1″. (Note that the top wing mounts may cover these openings for winged classes.) Side panels may not extend beyond the rear of the cage by more than 0.25”. Side panels may not extend above or in front of the front downtubes. Scale appearing driver arm guards and engine vents may be used but cannot extend more than 3/8″ from the side panels. No other flares or turnouts designed to deflect, trap and/or form a pattern for air to travel in a directed manner are permitted except for those used to cool electronics.
  • Hood Area– A scale appearing hood must be used and is defined as beginning at the front axle and ending at the front of the driver cockpit. The hood must be symmetrical from left to right. The hood must be tall enough and wide enough to allow room for a scale engine intake and air cleaners (no unrealistically low or flat hoods). Minimum vertical gap from top of hood to bottom of front cage crossbar: .750″. The hood may not drop below the nearest point of the side panels by more than 3/8” and may not have any channels more than 0.25” deep designed to trap or direct air.
  • Nose Area – A molded or fabricated nose piece may be used and is defined from the front axle forward to the front bumper. Front bumper may not extend more than 3” from front axles. Nose piece (any lexan) must be at least 3/8″ back from the leading edge of the front bumper. Maximum width of nose piece/bumper is 3.75″. Maximum width of any surface designed to add downforce is 3.125”. Nose piece may not extend above the cage downtubes or an imaginary line connecting the downtubes if the cage is a split design.
  • ***Note that the hood and nose piece can be one piece or multiple pieces for the purpose of easy access to electronics and suspension but are defined as above for purposes of aero rules.

    Front wing/mounts
     – For front wing dimensions see appropriate wing drawing pdf. The front wing center section may not extend in front of the front bumper. Front wing mounts may be made of lexan but may not exceed 1.75” in length and 1.75” in height and may not extend in front of or behind the center section of the wing.
  • Top wing/mounts – For top wing dimensions see appropriate wing drawing pdf. Top wing minimum height at leading edge: 5.00″ from bottom of chassis. Top wing maximum height at leading edge: 6.50″ from bottom of chassis. Center section and side panels must be made from at least 3 separate pieces of polycarbonate, carbon or aluminum material. All corners and edges must be rounded and free of sharp edges. Main and Front wings must be mounted so that they are centered on cage, no offset wings. Wing center sections must have all 4 corners set at 90 degree angles, no canted or angled panels. Wings must also be mounted level from side to side. Center section of wing may not extend beyond leading or trailing edge of side panels. Side panels must have braces that hold side panel rigid at 90deg. to center section during race conditions. Two braces are required from top of the center foil to the left sideboard and one brace is permitted below the center foil to the right side board. Braces can be a maximum of .750″ wide and front edge of front brace must be no more than 1.5” back from side panel leading edge. Side Panels may have front, back, top and bottom turnouts of no more than .375″ and are included in max dimension. Flat foil center sections will be allowed a .250” turndown at the leading edge.
  • No additional lexan or any other material may be mounted to nerf bars, bumpers, cage, wing or any other part of the car that will trap, alter, or direct air flow for the purpose of gaining an aerodynamic advantage.
  • The 6×6″ wing will be the standard Sprint Car wing size. Race organizers and series directors may at their discretion allow the optional 7×7″ wing rule for races and series using buggy or rubber tires.
  • Top wings are mandatory and front wings are optional for all sprint classes.

CARPET OVAL RULES & CLASSES

General Track Rules apply

  • VTA
  • US VTA rules apply except no interior/driver needed for club racing, link added 9/9/16
  • Weight enforced

USVTA Class Rules

  • US GT
  • US GT rules apply that as published, link added 9/9/16

GT National Class Rules

  • 1380 gram weight

F1

  • Open at this time

LM1

  • 1060 gram race weight
  • 2 Cell Lipo (open Mah for club racing)
  • 25.5 Hobbywing locked timing motor (mandatory)
  • Hobbywing ESC locked timing mandatory
  • Kit 98, 94, 90 Tooth spur only, pinion open
  • WRC Formula tires only
  • WRC Pro 1, Pro 2 or Pro 3 bodies only
  • Stock rear wing (kit) only, no mods or alternates
  • No cut outs on body except for rear bumper and tire openings
  • No outside manufacturer upgrades except for shock and springs
  • Visitors may be allowed deviations for club races with a grace period for compliance, inter-track races must be full compliance.
  • Sedan, 17.5
  • 5mm ride height, 2 cell lipo, blinky mode, sedan body, 1380 gram min weight, rubber tire.
  • Other parameters may apply for sponsored races, check with store or race director.

All classes

  • Brushless Speed controls should be of a brand that allows a “stock” or “sportman” or “0 timing” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. If your ESC does not have a “blinky” mode to show it is in a stock or sportsman setting, please notify the race director with proof and an exception may be allowed.
  • The only tire traction / cleaner allowed will be, Trinity sticky fingers, SXT, JDUB, and or Motor Spray that HTO sells.
  • Tires must be wiped clean before scrubbed in on track
  • No oil based tire traction / cleaner / NO WD-40
  • No softening of tires at track or at home with non-approved tire tractions
  • No tire warmers of any kind

Short Course Truck (SCT)

Any 2wd major manufacturer built short course truck

(no chassis modifications)

Traxxas Slash is allowed the lower center gravity chassis available through Traxxas

6 cell, or 2s 7.4v lipo pack

Stock rtr motor or Brushless 17.5 (must be roar approved)

Brushless motor w/esc in blinking mode Street tread tires or RTR Traxxas tires.

No pins or aggressive tread

No taping tires

All short course trucks must clear ¾” ride height block

No 1/8 scale wheels, tires or shock, etc

Any short course designed body no adding wings, spoilers, or side damns

21.5 SPEC R (RTC)

  • Body: Protoform RT-C with roof height 4.38 and no cutouts
  • Battery: 4600 or 4300 SMC spec battery
  • Motor: Tour 21.4 Equlizer motor from Trinity
  • Tires: CRC GTR wheels, balancing is ok but no removal of material
  • (see BRL rules for more details)
  • All other BRL rules apply
  • 48 4:00.00 Lap Cap, if you run faster than this two times you will be asked to bump up to PRO for your great achievement

17.5 RTC

  • Body: Protoform RT-C 1239-25 with roof height 4.38 and no cutouts
  • Battery: 5800 SMC Battery 1 cell
  • Motor: Fantom 17.5 with tour stamped rotor and OEM screws and shims material
  • Tires: CRC GTR wheels, balancing is ok but no removal of material
  • (see BRL rules for more details)
  • All other BRL rules apply for voltage, weight, and ect.

17.5 – Gen 3C or Gen3D body, TOUR Fantom spec battery or SMC Spec, WGT tires, blinky ESC, Novak 17.5 or Tekin 17.5 Stock rotors

All other BRL rules apply

13.5 Blinky – Gen 3C or Gen3D body, any ROAR approved 1 cell battery, any foam tires, blinky ESC and Tekin Gen3

Alll other BRL rules apply

4mm Ride Height

No current manufactured chassis

CARPET ROAD COURSE AND OVAL RULES

General Track Rules apply

  • VTA
  • US VTA rules apply except no interior/driver needed for club racing, link added 9/9/16
  • Weight enforced

USVTA Class Rules

  • US GT
  • US GT rules apply that as published, link added 9/9/16

GT National Class Rules

  • 1380 gram weight

F1

  • Open at this time

LM1

  • 1060 gram race weight
  • 2 Cell Lipo (open Mah for club racing)
  • 25.5 Hobbywing locked timing motor (mandatory)
  • Hobbywing ESC locked timing mandatory
  • Kit 98, 94, 90 Tooth spur only, pinion open
  • WRC Formula tires only
  • WRC Pro 1, Pro 2 or Pro 3 bodies only
  • Stock rear wing (kit) only, no mods or alternates
  • No cut outs on body except for rear bumper and tire openings
  • No outside manufacturer upgrades except for shock and springs
  • Visitors may be allowed deviations for club races with a grace period for compliance, inter-track races must be full compliance.
  • Sedan, 17.5
  • 5mm ride height, 2 cell lipo, blinky mode, sedan body, 1380 gram min weight, rubber tire.
  • Other parameters may apply for sponsored races, check with store or race director.
RULES SUPPLEMENTAL

All classes

  • Brushless Speed controls should be of a brand that allows a “stock” or “sportman” or “0 timing” profile setting that gives a visual “blinky” indicator to allow easy confirmation. If your ESC does not have a “blinky” mode to show it is in a stock or sportsman setting, please notify the race director with proof and an exception may be allowed.
  • The only tire traction / cleaner allowed will be, Trinity sticky fingers, SXT, JDUB, and or Motor Spray that HTO sells.
  • Tires must be wiped clean before scrubbed in on track
  • No oil based tire traction / cleaner / NO WD-40
  • No softening of tires at track or at home with non-approved tire tractions
  • No tire warmers of any kind
SHORT COURSE TRUCK (SCT)

Short Course Truck (SCT)

Any 2wd major manufacturer built short course truck

(no chassis modifications)

Traxxas Slash is allowed the lower center gravity chassis available through Traxxas

6 cell, or 2s 7.4v lipo pack

Stock rtr motor or Brushless 17.5 (must be roar approved)

Brushless motor w/esc in blinking mode Street tread tires or RTR Traxxas tires.

No pins or aggressive tread

No taping tires

All short course trucks must clear ¾” ride height block

No 1/8 scale wheels, tires or shock, etc

Any short course designed body no adding wings, spoilers, or side damns

21.5 SPEC R (RTC)

21.5 SPEC R (RTC)

  • Body: Protoform RT-C with roof height 4.38 and no cutouts
  • Battery: 4600 or 4300 SMC spec battery
  • Motor: Tour 21.4 Equlizer motor from Trinity
  • Tires: CRC GTR wheels, balancing is ok but no removal of material
  • (see BRL rules for more details)
  • All other BRL rules apply
  • 48 4:00.00 Lap Cap, if you run faster than this two times you will be asked to bump up to PRO for your great achievement
17.5 RTC

17.5 RTC

  • Body: Protoform RT-C 1239-25 with roof height 4.38 and no cutouts
  • Battery: 5800 SMC Battery 1 cell
  • Motor: Fantom 17.5 with tour stamped rotor and OEM screws and shims material
  • Tires: CRC GTR wheels, balancing is ok but no removal of material
  • (see BRL rules for more details)
  • All other BRL rules apply for voltage, weight, and ect.
NASCAR

17.5 – Gen 3C or Gen3D body, TOUR Fantom spec battery or SMC Spec, WGT tires, blinky ESC, Novak 17.5 or Tekin 17.5 Stock rotors

All other BRL rules apply

PRO NASCAR

13.5 Blinky – Gen 3C or Gen3D body, any ROAR approved 1 cell battery, any foam tires, blinky ESC and Tekin Gen3

Alll other BRL rules apply

BOMBER/ BREAK OUT CLASS

4mm Ride Height

No current manufactured chassis

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