- Enduro Rules -

RULES & REGULATIONS

 

Six-Pack 1000 Enduro Series

 

Norman County Raceway-Mahnomen County Speedway

 

Contact: Norman County Raceway 1-218-474-1104

 

6pack1000enduroseries.com

 

1. Cars are checked for safety rules only at pit gate upon entering track. As quickly as possible following the race, all running cars are to be brought to the front straightway and are checked for rule violations. Any cars not adhering to all rules will at that time, be disqualified and will NOT be paid. Each person is responsible for reading and following the rules. If you don't comply don't come. No official results will be available and no positions will be paid until after inspection of all cars is completed.

 

2. *ADJUSTED*. 4 cyl and 6 cyl front wheel drive, non turbo or supercharged fuel injected cars will be permitted to run. 1991 and older TBI fuel injected engines will be permitted to run. You must have a fuel pump shut off switch that is clearly marked and accessable.

 

3. Racing seat belts are MANDATORY. Safety approved racing helmet required. No shorts or short sleeve shirts are allowed, fire suits highly recommended. Headrests are recommended to help prevent whiplash. Racing Seats are highly recommended. Stock seat must have back of seat supported. Racing window net is MANDATORY with proper quick release system on drivers door.

 

4. One 4-point roll cage is mandatory. All four points must be welded to frame. 1 1/2" pipe min.-NO GALVINIZED, WELL PIPE ROLL CAGES ALLOWED-ROLL CAGES MUST BE SAFE AND STRONG. Drives Head must not extend beyond the roll cage. See diagram.

 

5. Interiors must be completely gutted. All burnable materials such as headliners, floor coverings, and rear seats must be removed. Dash optional. A piece of metal must be installed between back seat and trunk to act as a firewall. No rearview mirrors allowed

 

6. No altering of suspension, must be in stock locations.

 

7. Only tires designed for street use may be used. rims no wider than 8" allowed, modified or reinforced rims will be allowed, steel rims only, 1" lug nut recommended. Max tread face of 8.5".

 

8. Doors and trunks must be chained or welded shut. The only holes in hood or trunk are to be for chains or cables to run through. Bumpers should be chained or cabled to prevent them from falling off onto the track. Hoods must be able to open for inspection.

 

9. Gas tanks are safest in stock location. They must have additional double straps or chains to prevent them from falling on the track if the original brakes. See rule 11, call with questions on proper location for your vehicle.

 

10. Battery must be securely mounted. If battery is relocated to passenger compartment-it must be installed in a battery box. It must be secured by steel straps-NO RUBBER STRAPS ALLOWED.

 

11. IF THE TECH INSPECTORS FEEL THAT YOU ARE NOT SAFE, YOU WILL NOT RACE!!!

 

12. *ADJUSTED*. Only one radiator can be used. Radiators must remain in stock location. ABSOLUTELY no coolant, gas, transmission lines are to be located in driver compartment. Transmission coolers must be located in engine compartment.

 

13. No radio communications allowed with drivers, automatic disqualification if found.

 

14. This event is designed for stock vehicles, no high performance parts are allowed, all suspensions, engines and drive train must be stock appearing-no racing parts allowed.

 

15. Cars will be parked in starting positions on track immediately after being signed in, be sure your car is ready to race when arriving at the track.

 

16. The race will consist of only one event. It will last until 150 laps have been completed or 1 1/2 hours, or under the officials discretion-whichever comes first. At 50 laps the race will be considered a complete race. If the race is called before 50 laps it will be to the discretion of the track officials and fair board members whether there will be refunds given.

 

17. Each car MUST provide one person to supervise lap counting. This person must be in the designated grandstand area 45 minutes prior to race start. This person will have the responsibility of watching your car as it passes the flag stand on every lap; therefore, do not assign someone to this job who will want the entire race. Please choose your lap counter ahead of time and have them read the lap counting instructions section. They don't need any supplies, but should have some idea of what they will be expected to do. Lap counter pays grandstand admission.

 

18. Finish line is scored at the flag stand for final lap count. You may enter pits under yellow flags, but you are NOT allowed to enter on red flag conditions. You may leave pits under yellow, but not on red flag conditions.

 

19. Management and track officials reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone.

 

20. ROOF SIGNS ARE MANDATORY WITH CAR NUMBER DISPLAYED.

 

21. All final rulings shall be that of the enduro judges. If there are questions or concerns, officials will listen to the concerned parties driver, and driver only.

 

22. Any deductible that may apply in regards to medical treatment will be the responsibility of the racer.

 

23. ADJUSTED - Motor and transmission may be claimed within 15 minutes of the checker flag waiving. Cost is $800 dollars in CASH, (Items included are; motor, exhaust manifolds, fuel pump and distributor –Items NOT included; carburator, torque converter, transmission, radiator, fan, alternator, starter, power steering pump, air cleaner, motor mounts, TBI goes with fuel injected motors) $50 will be paid toward the wrecker for assisting in engine and transmission removal. Cash must be given to designated track officials before the 15 minutes is over. Drivers that have completed the entire race are the ONLY ones that can claim. Only the top 2 cars are eligible to be claimed by any driver in the top ten in race results. ALL ENGINE BUYS WILL BE DONE TO OFFICIALS DISCRETION.

 

24. Lap penalties will be given for rough driving, and passing on a yellow flag, this is a endurance race not a demo race, and officials will pay close attention in this area!!!

 

25.*ADJUSTED*. ABSOLUTELY NO Passengers will be allowed to ride with this year. If you cause two yellows you will be disqualified, you may get pushed into pit one time to get your car fixed. We want to keep the race going.

 

26. In the event that your vehicle results in the termination of the race, you will forfeit your position in that race, but you will receive your points that you have earned.

 

27. The switching of drivers and cars will not be permitted. If you start a race in one car you may not switch cars in the event that your car can not finish the race.

 

28. Disorderly conduct on the track or in the pit area will not be tolerated (ex. Obscene gestures, fighting, obscene language). Behavior deemed inappropriate will be penalized with a 1 race

 

minimum suspension, and the forfeiture of half of the racers winning. This is not only limited to drivers, but to any member of the car numbers pit crew as well. WE ARE NOT BABYSITTERS!

 

29. Steel Racing rims are mandatory on the right side front and rear of your car.

 

30. All cars are required to have MUDD FLAPS! They must be at least 18 inches wide and a maximum of 4 inches off of the ground. We may have some available at the track if you do not have them upon arrival at the track. Mud flaps must be truck style thick rubber mud flaps. Floor matts, cut up snowmobile tracks and plastic flaps will not be permitted. NO FLAPS, NO RACE!

 

31. All cars must have dive shaft loops installed for safety purposes.

 

32. All cars must have working 4 wheel brakes in order to race.

 

POINTS

 

Points will be rewarded as follows –

 

1 point per lap completed

 

5 extra points rewarded to race winner

 

25 points awarded as show up points

 

LAP COUNTING INSTRUCTIONS

 

1. Only one official lap counter per car allowed in area-no children, friends, etc-seats are assigned and numbered. Remember you are responsible to provide your own lap counter.

 

2. Be sure to turn in your lap board to an official on the stage immediately following the event. If you don't turn the board in on time, your results will not be official and your car will be disqualified.

 

3. Red Flag: If the cars are not stopped, continue counting laps. If the flagman stops them, write down the time whenever your car passes the clock.

 

4. If your car goes out and comes back in again later in the race, write down the time when the car passes the clock on the very nest empty line-don't skip any lines.

 

5. Official results will not be available until all car inspections are made and lap counting sheets have been checked over.

 

6. Remember that everything the track announcer says is not only at least 5 minutes late, but is also unofficial and has nothing to do with the actual finish of the race.

 

1. Cars are checked for safety rules only at pit gate upon entering track. As quickly as possible following the race, all running cars are to be brought to the front straightway and are checked for rule violations. Any cars not adhering to all rules will at that time, be disqualified and will NOT be paid. Each person is responsible for reading and following the rules. If you don't comply don't come. No official results will be available and no positions will be paid until after inspection of all cars is completed.

 

2. *ADJUSTED*. 4 cyl and 6 cyl front wheel drive, non turbo or supercharged fuel injected cars will be permitted to run. 1991 and older TBI fuel injected engines will be permitted to run. You must have a fuel pump shut off switch that is clearly marked and accessable.

 

3. Racing seat belts are MANDATORY. Safety approved racing helmet required. No shorts or short sleeve shirts are allowed, fire suits highly recommended. Headrests are recommended to help prevent whiplash. Racing Seats are highly recommended. Stock seat must have back of seat supported. Racing window net is MANDATORY with proper quick release system on drivers door.

 

4. One 4-point roll cage is mandatory. All four points must be welded to frame. 1 1/2" pipe min.-NO GALVINIZED, WELL PIPE ROLL CAGES ALLOWED-ROLL CAGES MUST BE SAFE AND STRONG. Drives Head must not extend beyond the roll cage. See diagram.

 

5. Interiors must be completely gutted. All burnable materials such as headliners, floor coverings, and rear seats must be removed. Dash optional. A piece of metal must be installed between back seat and trunk to act as a firewall. No rearview mirrors allowed

 

6. No altering of suspension, must be in stock locations.

 

7. Only tires designed for street use may be used. rims no wider than 8" allowed, modified or reinforced rims will be allowed, steel rims only, 1" lug nut recommended. Max tread face of 8.5".

 

8. Doors and trunks must be chained or welded shut. The only holes in hood or trunk are to be for chains or cables to run through. Bumpers should be chained or cabled to prevent them from falling off onto the track. Hoods must be able to open for inspection.

 

9. Gas tanks are safest in stock location. They must have additional double straps or chains to prevent them from falling on the track if the original brakes. See rule 11, call with questions on proper location for your vehicle.

 

10. Battery must be securely mounted. If battery is relocated to passenger compartment-it must be installed in a battery box. It must be secured by steel straps-NO RUBBER STRAPS ALLOWED.

 

11. IF THE TECH INSPECTORS FEEL THAT YOU ARE NOT SAFE, YOU WILL NOT RACE!!!

 

12. *ADJUSTED*. Only one radiator can be used. Radiators must remain in stock location. ABSOLUTELY no coolant, gas, transmission lines are to be located in driver compartment. Transmission coolers must be located in engine compartment.

 

13. No radio communications allowed with drivers, automatic disqualification if found.

 

14. This event is designed for stock vehicles, no high performance parts are allowed, all suspensions, engines and drive train must be stock appearing-no racing parts allowed.

 

 
 

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