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Super Short Track Racing

Upcoming Events

Saturday August 16th
Outlaw Drag
$10/Person
11 AM- 3 PM
Stock & Mod King of Hill
Test & Tune

Saturday October 4th
Standard Divisions Grass Drag (see below)
11 AM

Saturday October 25th
Standard Divisions Grass Drag (see below)
11 AM

Rules and Classes

General Rules
1)   No alcohol or drugs permitted. Presence of alcohol and or drugs will automatically disqualify the driver and vehicle from competition WITHOUT REFUND.

2)   It is mandatory that a driver be seated in the drivers seat anytime the engine in running.

3)   No high speed driving or "hot dogging" will be tolerated in the pits or staging areas.

4)   SCORR reserves the right to re tech a vehicle at anytime to insure the vehicle is safe.

5)   Vehicle must be is overall good shape and safe operating condition.

6)   Truck body must be firmly attached to the chassis.

7)   All loose objects must be removed from the interior and bed of truck before competing.

8)   Vehicles battery must be securely held down. No straps, bungee cords, rope etc

9)   Vehicles with doors removed or fiberglass bodies must have drivers side door bars.

10) Vehicles with side windows must be rolled down during competition. Window nets are required for Limited Modified and Pro Truck competition.

11) Vehicles with open tops must be covered to prevent hands or arms from exiting the vehicle in the event of a rollover.

12) No batteries allowed in drivers compartment.

13) Long sleeve shirt and pants required for competition. SFI approved fire suit required for Pro Truck competition and is highly recommended for Limited Modified competition.

14) Truck must make 2 of the 3 runs to be eligible for points and payout.

Limited Modified

1)   A 3inch, 4-point harness/restraint system is mandatory.

2)   All harness mounting brackets should be mounted directly to the roll cage of the truck. Do Not mount to sheet metal floor or rear of cab. Under no circumstances are bolts to be inserted through the belt webbing.

3)   Fire suit is recommended.

4)   A full-face helmet is required, Minimum Snell 90/ DOT 218.

5)   Motor sport approved neck collars highly recommended.

6)   Vehicle must have a secure 2 lb or larger fire extinguisher within reach of driver while strapped in.

7)   Appropriate footwear is required. Open toe/sandals not permitted.

8)   Firewall and full floor are mandatory.

9)   Roll Cage:
a) All vehicles must be equipped with a 4point roll cage attached to the frame in no less than 4 places. Or factory hardtop with a roll bar behind driver.
b) Roll cage must be constructed of at least 1 1/2inch x .120inch wall tubing or 1 3/4 inch x .90inch wall tubing.
c) Bends must be continuous round with no sharp bends or corners.
d) If the roll cage is padded the welds must be exposed for inspection.
e) Manufactured " Show" or "Dress" bars will not be permitted.

10) All vehicles must have a driver side window net. The net must be securely fastened and have a quick release latch. Screws and or pop rivets are not permitted.  

Engine/Fuel
1)   Engine must remain in stock OEM location.

2)   Engine must have cast iron heads and cast iron exhaust manifolds, headers are not permitted.

3)   Engine must be stock. No aluminum intakes unless OEM from the factory. Larger pistons, aftermarket camshafts and or aftermarket heads will not be permitted.

4)   Blowers/ superchargers not allowed.

5)   No fuel lines, oil lines or coolant lines allowed in drivers compartment. Coolant lines that run through the cab must be shielded from the driver with a firewall.

6)   Fuel additives are NOT permitted. This includes but is not limited to: alcohol, nitro methane and or nitrous oxide. Must run on pump gas. Racing fuel and aviation fuel will not be permitted.

7)   All fuel systems will not exceed a single 4bbl style carburetor. A Predator carburetor will be permitted.

8)   A minimum of 2 throttle return springs is required.

9)   Fuel cell is recommended. Cell is to be securely mounted within the frame rails. 2 extra mounting straps are required on factory fuel tanks. Fuel cells must have a ground strap from the filler neck to the frame.

Chassis/Fuel
1)   Drive shaft loops are mandatory on all drive shafts exceeding 12inches in length. Loops must be a minimum of 1inch x 1/4inch steel or 3/8inch chain.

2)   Only stock frames will be permitted. Modifications/Additions for strength and or safety purposes permitted. Tube frame chassis will not be permitted.

3)   Vehicles must resemble a truck, Jeep or SUV. Bodies must cover 90% of the frame.

4)   Fiberglass bodies will be permitted.

5)   All vehicles must have a master cut off switch located at the rear of the vehicle that will shut off engine and all electrical power.

6)   All vehicles must have some type of front bumper. Exposed frame horns are not permitted.

Suspension
1)   Spring mounts must remain in stock location.

2)   Aftermarket suspension upgrades permitted but are limited to 10inches wheel travel.

3)   Four link suspensions will not be permitted unless OEM from the factory.

4)   Truck must retain factory spring configuration, ie: Ford truck Ford springs, Chevy truck Chevy springs ect.

5)   Quarter elliptical, fiberglass, carbon fiber or composite springs will not be permitted.

6)   Cantilever and or compound suspensions will not be permitted.

7)    Multiple shock kits are permitted.

8)   Shocks that are remotely adjusted from the drivers compartment or while the vehicle is in motion are not permitted.

9)   Sway bars are permitted, but may not act as a shock mounting point.

Steering

1)   Rear steering is not permitted.

2)   All vehicles must use mechanical type steering boxes. Hydraulic steering is not permitted.

3)   Power assisted rack and pinion will be permitted.

4)   Manually operated, bias control, hydraulic staging or steering brakes are not permitted.

Wheels/Tires/Brakes
1)   All vehicles must have operable brakes on all 4 wheels that apply adequate braking force to lock-up all 4 wheels.

2)   Pinion brakes and or steering brakes not permitted.

3)   Tires and rims must be DOT approved. Cutting and or Grooving of DOT tires is not permitted. Aftermarket wheels with bead locks will be permitted.

4)   Recaps are not permitted.

5)   Studded tires and or tire chains will not be permitted.

Pro Truck
1)   A 3inch, 4-point harness/restraint system is mandatory.

2)   All harness mounting brackets should be mounted directly to the roll cage of the truck. Do Not mount to sheet metal floor or rear of cab. Under no circumstances are bolts to be inserted through the belt webbing.

3)   Full fire suit is mandatory for competition. Must be SFI approved.

4)   A full-face helmet is required, Minimum Snell 90/ DOT 218.

5)   Motor sport approved neck collars highly recommended.

6)   Vehicle must have a secure 2 lb or larger fire extinguisher within reach of driver while strapped in.

7)   Appropriate footwear is required. Open toe/sandals not permitted.

8)   Firewall and full floor are mandatory.

9)   Roll Cage:
a) All vehicles must be equipped with a 6point roll cage attached to the frame in no less than 4 places.
b) Roll cage must be constructed of at least 1 1/2inch x .120inch wall tubing or 1 3/4 inch x .90inch wall tubing.
c) Bends must be continuous round with no sharp bends or corners.
d) If the roll cage is padded the welds must be exposed for inspection.
e) Manufactured " Show" or "Dress" bars will not be permitted.

10) All vehicles must have a driver side window net. The net must be securely fastened and have a quick release latch. Screws and or pop rivets are not permitted.  

Engine/Fuel
1)   Engine must remain in stock front engine configuration.

2)   Engine setback cannot exceed 15% of overall wheelbase, measured from the centerline of the front axle to the front of the engine block.

3)   Blowers/ superchargers not allowed.

4)   No fuel lines, oil lines or coolant lines allowed in drivers compartment. Coolant lines that are run through the cab must be shielded from the driver with a firewall.

5)   Fuel additives are NOT permitted. This includes but is not limited to: alcohol, nitro methane and or nitrous oxide. Racing fuel IS permitted.

6)   All fuel systems will not exceed a single 4bbl style carburetor. A Predator carburetor will be permitted.

7)   Aftermarket fuel injection will be permitted.

8)   A minimum of 2 throttle return springs is required.

9)   Fuel cell is required. Cell is to be securely mounted within the frame rails.

10) A ground strap from filler neck of fuel cell to the frame is required.

Chassis/Fuel

1)   Drive shaft loops are mandatory on all drive shafts exceeding 12inches in length. Loops must be a minimum of 1inch x 1/4inch steel or 3/8inch chain.

2)   Only stock frames will be permitted. Modifications/Additions for strength and or safety purposes permitted. Tube frame chassis will not be permitted.

3)   C-notching the frame over the front and rear axle will be permitted but cannot exceed 6inches.

4)   Vehicles must resemble a truck, Jeep or SUV. Bodies must cover 90% of the frame.

5)   Fiberglass bodies will be permitted.

6)   All vehicles must have a master cut off switch located at the rear of the vehicle that will shut off engine and all electrical power.

7)   All relocated radiators must be shielded from the driver in the event of a coolant leak.

8)   All vehicles must have some type of front bumper. Exposed frame horns are not permitted.

Suspension

1)   The maximum wheel travel cannot exceed 14inches, both front and rear.

2)   Front and rear 4 link and or radius arm suspensions permitted.

3)   Aftermarket suspension upgrades permitted.

4)   Quarter elliptical, fiberglass, carbon fiber or composite springs will not be permitted.

5)   Cantilever and or compound suspensions will not be permitted.

6)   Coil over shocks and multiple shock kits are permitted.

7)   Shocks that are remotely adjusted from the drivers compartment or while the vehicle is in motion are not permitted.

8)   Sway bars are permitted, but may not act as a shock mounting point.

Steering
1)   Rear steering is not permitted.

2)   All vehicles must use mechanical type steering boxes. Hydraulic steering is not permitted.

3)   Power assisted rack and pinion will be permitted.

4)   Manually operated, bias control, hydraulic staging or steering brakes are not permitted.

Wheels/Tires/Brakes
1)   All vehicles must have operable brakes on all 4 wheels that apply adequate braking force to lock-up all 4 wheels.

2)   Pinion brakes and or steering brakes not permitted.

3)   Tires and rims must be DOT approved. Cutting and or Grooving of DOT tires is permitted. Aftermarket wheels with bead locks will be permitted.

4)   Recaps are not permitted.

5)   Studded tires and or tire chains will not be permitted


RULES UPDATE

* Stock trucks must remain completely stock. No performance modifications may be made ( example: steering, suspension, engine, carburetor, intake, exhaust, or chassis upgrades of any kind ) unless the vehicle has a current registration, insurance, and or inspection.

* Some safety modifications may be allowed such as glass removal, the installation of a window net, fire extinguisher, roll bar or roll cage. Any roll bar or cage must be in good condition with complete welds. No bars that are half welded will be allowed. Scorr tech inspectors reserve the right to deny any vehicle that is unsafe.

* If the vehicle has a current and legal registration, inspection, and insurance, modifications will be allowed to the vehicle. Dealer, transport, and or any other form of temporary registration will not be allowed. Proof of registration and insurance will be required in order to register for a race.

* If a vehicle is not licenced then it may participate in the stock class only if there are no performance modifications.

* Points from the Scorr points system will be awarded to the truck identity or number. Points will no longer go to the driver of a truck. This promotes a better turn out of trucks at a race. A driver may find a replacement driver if they become unable to drive because of a physical disability, family obligation, or any other reason. The points obtained by the new driver will be added to the points obtained by the previous driver of the same truck.

* A truck may not be registered more than once at any race regardless of a name or number change.

There are no limitations to the number of drivers a truck may have through out a season. However any and all drivers must either have a current scorr licence or have paid the temporary licence fee for that race day. If a person races a truck with out a licence or before paying a temporary licence fee, the truck will not be awarded points or prizes for that race day.

* A truck may be replaced without loss of points at any time in the season. If a truck is destroyed, damaged beyond repair, or simply is replaced with a different truck the points will remain under the identity or number of the replaced truck. The replacement truck must have the same identity and or number as the previous truck.

* Scorr reserves the right to deny any person a race licence or right to race at any Scorr event. The decision to deny will be decided by a majority vote of the advisory committee, chairman, and vise chairman.

Side By Side Rules

* Pro modified and limited modified classes will be racing side by side where the tracks permit it. Special rules will be enforced to control any problems that may occur on the track.

* Accidental rubbing, bumping, and collisions are bound to happen and are to be expected. No intentional contact will be allowed even if both parties agree to it.

If contact is made between two trucks during a race that it is noticeably intentional than the advisory comity will hear all sides before deciding fault and severity of the violation.

* If a driver feels the opposing driver was in violation and intentionally made contact with them than they must immediately confront the advisory comity. Any driver or crew member that is out of line to the opposing driver or crew members will be penalized.

The advisory comity will also decide how drastic of a penalty a driver or crew member will receive.

Minor penalty - A minor penalty may result in a loss of points and or prize money for that race day with a forfeit of registration money. A minor penalty may also result with a simple warning especially if the offended driver does not wish a penalty be enforced.

Medium penalty - A medium penalty will result in a loss of points and prize money for that race day with a forfeit of registration money. A temporary suspension from the next race and or a 2 - 20 point penalty may be enforced. 

Major penalty - A major penalty will result in a loss of points and prize money for that day with a forfeit of registration money. A suspension from the rest of the season with a loss of all points collected through out the season may be enforced.

Grass Drag General Rules & Safety Policies

All sleds must be structurally sound and have a working tether and switch.

Any time a sled is started, the tether cord must be attached to someone (not hand held).

ALL sleds must pass pre-race safety inspection.

Each sled must have an adequate, safe clutch guard.

All sled warm ups must be performed while on a stand, No hand held or standing behind the slead during warm ups.

A sled cannot have the clutch engaged in the staging laine unless its in front of the clean out boards and on a stand.

Only approved jack stands may be used (No home mades).

Each team should have a fire extinguisher at their disposal.

No minors roaming in the pit area unsupervised.

All drivers must attend drivers meeting; failure to do so will be a DQ.

No starting or running a sled during drivers meeting will be fined or DQed.

Driver must have long pants, shirt, hard soled shoes, safety vest, helmet & eye protection.

A driver and only 2 helpers allowed at the line.

It is the teamís responsibility to have a jack stand behind their sled at the starting line.

Anyone deemed to be acting detrimental to the event or staff on or off the track, will be removed.

Teams must control fuels, oils, greases, & coolants so to not contaminate the environment.

Drivers must keep a safe speed while in the return lane & pit area failure to do so is a DQ.

All cool-down cart must remain in the pit.

The Crew, Sled dolly and rakes must be removed ameaditly pryer to staging.

A Snell 95 or better helmets required. No exceptions.
 
Upper body protection is a must.
 
Long pants and appropriate footwear required.
 
No drugs or alcohol of any kind are allowed on the course what so ever.
 
Any rider under the age of 18 must have parental permission to participate in any event.
 
All sleds must have Working brakes.

Vintage sleds must also meet the above rules.

Any racers that cross thier lane, will be DQ'd

In conjuction with the flagmen the Staging lights go as follows:
The first yellow light indacates, all racers ready.
The second yellow light indacates, all racers set.
The Green light is Go.
The red light indacates a false start and the first sled off sides, will be DQ'd

All 1st, 2nd and 3rd place class winners will be tec'd pryer to reciving a payout or aword.

WCIS Sled classes:

1000 SERIES             900 SERIES         800 SERIES       700 SERIES
Stock                   Stock               Stock              Stock
Modified                Modified            Modified           Modified
      
600 SERIES             500 SERIES        440 SERIES       Vintage ( TBA)
Stock                   Stock              Stock
Modified                Modified           Modified
      

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