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FRIDAY NITE RAGE General Information

Dates


May 13th



June 17th



July 8th



Aug 12th



Sept 9th



Sept 30th*



All Rules Subject to change


Gate Times


Race Gates Open at 9:00


Test and Tune Starts at 10:00


Spectator Gates Open at 3:00


Qualifying Starts at 6:00


Race Starts at 8:00


Race Secures At Approximately 11:00




All attempts will be made to not change rules 14 days prior to an event.


Tech Email indytech@nhra.com No Phone Calls Please.

Test and Tune Fees

With Purchase of a RAGE Tech Card $50.00
Without RAGE Tech Card $100.00
Crew Passes

Starting Line Crew (Maximum of 3) $15.00 All Day
Non restricted access crew passes $10.00 all day
Entry Fees and Payouts

Unlimited Pro Mod
FRIDAY NITE RAGE Driver and Vehicle $150.00
Guaranteed Payout – 16-car field
Winner $1,500
Runner-up $600
Semis $250
Quarters $100
16th Qualifier bonus: $150

Ultimate Dragster 10.5
FRIDAY NITE RAGE Driver and Vehicle $150.00
Guaranteed Payout – 16-car field
Winner $1,500
Runner-up $600
Semis $250
Quarters $100
16th Qualifier bonus: $150

Outlaw Limited Street
Driver and Vehicle $75.00
Guaranteed Payout – 16-car field
Winner $1,200
Runner-up $400
Semis $150
Quarters $75
16th Qualifier bonus: $75
Rage 275 VS 10.5 (True Street)
FRIDAY NITE RAGE Driver and Vehicle $75.00
Guaranteed Payout – 16-car field
Winner $1,200
Runner-up $400
Semis $150
Quarters $75
16th Qualifier bonus: $75

“Friday Night Special” Pro Street Bike
FRIDAY NITE RAGE Driver and Vehicle $75.00
Guaranteed Payout – 16-car field
Winner $1,200
Runner-up $400
Semis $150
Quarters $75
16th Qualifier bonus: $75

Rage 9.0 Index
FRIDAY NITE RAGE Driver and Vehicle $50.00
Guaranteed Payout – 16-car field
Winner $500
Runner-up $150
Semis $75
Quarters $50
16th Qualifier bonus: $50

Rage 10.0 Index
FRIDAY NITE RAGE Driver and Vehicle $50.00
Guaranteed Payout – 16-car field
Winner $500
Runner-up $150
Semis $75
Quarters $50
16th Qualifier bonus: $50

Indy Index 10.5, 11.0, 11.5, 12.0
FRIDAY NITE RAGE Driver and Vehicle $50.00
Guaranteed Payout – 16-car field
Winner $240
Runner-up $120
Semis $60
16th Qualifier bonus: $50

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General Rules and Race Procedures

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I. General NHRA Rules: This is an NHRA race and all vehicles will adhere to the NHRA rulebook and its latest addendums.

II. Friday Night Rage Rules: All competitors must follow these General Rules and race Procedures in addition to the rules for their particular class.

III. Call to Lanes: There will bethree calls to the lanes. If a car is not ready to compete, with diver belted in, when class is called to the starting line, the opponent will be granted a competition single.

IV. Qualifying: Every attempt will be made to initially qualify cars in the lane you wish. Due to time restraints if single lines form, cars will be dispersed every other car to an open lane. Run lane will be marked on stage ticket. It is mandatory to alternate lanes after initial qualifying pass. Lane choice goes to higher qualifier first round. After the first round lane choice goes to the lower E.T. from the prior round.

V. Bye Run: All vehicles must take the tree and attempt a pass under full power down the track to be considered a win.

VI. Waste Oil: Collection centers are provided throughout the pits. Waste oil must be dumped in these bins. Contaminated oil must be taken with you when you leave. CONTAMINATION MEANSANYTHING BUT PURE USED ENGINE OIL (brake clean, Carb Clean, Anti-Freeze). Safety-Kleen provides collection as a courtesy. Please respect the service.

VIII. Contingency: It is the competitor’s responsibility to fill out a contingency form and have it verified at the scales. Competitor then turns contingency form in at pay out suite.

IX. Pay Out: Payout suite is located second floor of tower, second door on left.

X. Oil Containment: All vehicles will be required to utilize an NHRA-accepted lower engine oil-retention device. The lower engine containment device must cover the sides of the block and pan up to one inch of the head-mating surface and extend within 1 1/2 inches of the front and rear of the cylinder case area. A belly pan may be used in lieu of a device attached to the engine. The belly pan must extend from frame rail to frame rail and extend forward of the harmonic balancer and to the rear of the engine block and must incorporate a minimum 2-inch-high lip on all sides. A nonflammable, oil-absorbent liner mandatory inside of retention device. Any device that fails to perform as required must be replaced or repaired to the satisfaction of the technical staff prior to any further runs.
XI. Driver: Must hold a current, valid NHRA Competition License appropriate to type of car or motorcycle, ET and speed.
XII. Disputes: All Event Directors’ decisions are final. Event Directors include the Race Director, Tech Director and the Official Starter.
XIII. Clarification: All clarification must be submitted in email form to indytech@nhra.com. No phone calls.





Individual Class Rules

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Outlaw Pro Mod
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I. Class description: Outlaw Pro Mod is a heads-up maximum effort class for all vehicles bearing driver and passenger doors.

II. Designation: OPM followed by permanent number.

III. Format: 1/8th mile heads-up class run on a .400 pro tree with a pro ladder. Courtesy Staging and Autostart are in effect. Timeout is 7 seconds.

IV. Race Procedures:
a. Staging lanes: Cooling will be allowed in the staging lanes for the semi-final and final rounds. Cooling must be self-contained on a cart. No expulsion of ANY liquid is allowed in the lanes. Please be courteous to your lane neighbors. When not in the lanes your equipment must be secured away from lanes in the designated area. It is YOUR responsibility to know the location of the designated area.
b. Burn Out: Over the line burnouts are allowed (and encouraged).
c. Scales: After qualifying all participants must pass over scales to have their run validated. In Eliminations you must pass over scales if you have won. If a car fails to make weight they are disqualified and their opponent is given the round unless the opponent also fails to make legal weight. Competitors are responsible for verifying their weight before each run.

V. Engine: Any Combination allowed.
a. Weight Minimums:
i. Naturally Aspirated: No minimum
ii. Small Block Nitrous Assisted : 1,900 pounds
iii. Big Block Nitrous Assisted: 2,250 pounds
iv. Supercharged: 2,400 pounds
v. Turbo: 2,400 pounds
vi. Roots-type blower: 2,300 pounds

VI. Fuel: Any fuel except nitromethane, polypropylene, and/or hydrazine.

VII. Drivetrain: Any transmission type. No direct drives.
a. Deduct 100 pounds for OEM-style transmission, i.e. Powerglide, Torque Flight, Turbo 400.

VIII. Suspension: Must have working shocks. Any modifications may be made to suspension.

IX. Chassis: Vehicle must have current NHRA chassis certification appropriate for ET, speed and weight.

X. Body: Steel, aluminum, fiberglass and carbon fiber bodies and body parts are allowed as long as the car retains its original appearance and profile. Wheel well openings can be modified for tire clearance. The driver and passenger doors must be fully operational and must open from the outside.
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Ultimate Dragster 10.5
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I. Description: Ultimate Dragster is a heads-up maximum effort class for dragsters and altered's with the limiting factor being 10.5 W tires.

II. Designation: U/D followed by permanent number.

III. Format: 1/8th mile heads-up class run on a .400 pro tree with a pro ladder. Courtesy Staging and Autostart are in effect. Timeout is 7 seconds.

IV. Race Procedures:
a. Staging lanes: Cooling will be allowed in the staging lanes for the semi-final and final rounds. Cooling must be self-contained on a cart. No expulsion of ANY liquid is allowed in the lanes. Please be courteous to your lane neighbors. When not in the lanes your equipment must be secured away from lanes in the designated area. It is YOUR responsibility to know the location of the designated area.
b. Burn Out: Over the line burnouts are allowed (and encouraged).
c. Scales: After qualifying all participants must pass over scales to have their run validated. In Eliminations you must pass over scales if you have won. If a car fails to make weight they are disqualified and their opponent is given the round unless the opponent also fails to make legal weight. Competitors are responsible for verifying their weight before each run.

V. Engine: Any Combination allowed.

VI. Weight Minimums:
a. SB Dragster
i. N/A: 1500 pounds
ii. Nitrous Assisted: 1650 pounds
iii. Supercharged or turbocharged: 1750 pounds
b. BB Dragster
i. N/A: 1600 pounds
ii. Nitrous assisted: 1800 pounds
iii. Supercharged or turbocharged: 1900 pounds
c. 4- or 6-cylinder Altered’s 140” or Less front engine
i. N/A: 1300 pounds
ii. Nitrous assisted: 1550 pounds
iii. Supercharged or turbocharged: 1650 pounds
d. SB Altered’s 140” or Less front engine
i. N/A: 1500 pounds
ii. Nitrous Assisted: 1600 pounds
iii. Supercharged or turbocharged: 1700 pounds

e. BB Altered’s 140” or Less front engine
i. N/A: 1550 pounds
ii. Nitrous assisted: 1750 pounds
iii. Supercharged or turbocharged: 1850 pounds
f. Adjustment: If a particular combination is creating conditions that are detrimental to the class, adjustments may be made at any time.

VII. Fuel: Any fuel except nitromethane, polypropylene, and/or hydrazine.

VIII. Drivetrain: Any transmission type. No direct drives.

IX. Suspension: Must have working shocks. Any modifications may be made to suspension.

X. Chassis: Vehicle must have current NHRA chassis certification appropriate for ET, speed and weight.

XI. Tires: Must run on a 33 X 10.5W tire.
a. 16 inch wide wheels must run bead locks.
b. Wheels narrower than 16 inches may run beadlocks or must be secured with a minimum of 16 rim screws per side.

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Outlaw Limited Street


I. Class description: Limited Street is a heads-up class for all types of vehicles from 60's muscle cars to late model automobiles.

II. Designation: LS followed by permanent number.

III. Format: 1/8th mile heads-up class run on a .400 pro tree with a pro ladder. Courtesy staging and Autostart are in effect. Timeout is 7 seconds.

IV. Race Procedures
a. Staging lanes: Cooling will be allowed in the staging lanes for the semi-final and final rounds. Cooling must be self-contained on a cart. No expulsion of ANY liquid is allowed in the lanes. Please be courteous to your lane neighbors. When not in the lanes your equipment must be secured away from lanes in the designated area. It is YOUR responsibility to know the location of the designated area.
b. Burn Out: Over the line burnouts are allowed (and encouraged).
c. Scales: After qualifying all participants must pass over scales to have their run validated. In Eliminations you must pass over scales if you have won. If a car fails to make weight they are disqualified and their opponent is given the round unless the opponent also fails to make legal weight. Competitors are responsible for verifying their weight before each run.

V. Engine: Any Combination allowed. Motor plates and solid mounts allowed.
a. Weight Minimums:
i. 4 and 6 cylinder and Rotary combinations – no minimum.
ii. Small Block Naturally Aspirated 2350 lbs.
iii. Big Block Naturally Aspirated 2600 lbs.
iv. Small Block Nitrous Assisted 2500 lbs.
v. Big Block Nitrous Assisted – conventional head 3000 lbs.
vi. Big Block Nitrous Assisted – non-conventional head 3200 lbs.
vii. Small Block Turbocharged 3100 lbs.
viii. Small Block Twin Superchargers/Turbos 3150 lbs.
ix. Small Block Supercharged 3100 lbs.
x. Big Block Supercharged 3300 lbs.
xi. Big Block Single Turbo 3300 lbs.
xii. Big Block Twin Superchargers/Turbos 3350 lbs.

VI. Fuel: Any fuel except nitromethane, polypropylene, and/or hydrazine.

VII. Drivetrain: Any transmission type. No direct drives.

VIII. Body: This class is intended for street-appearing vehicles.
a. The car must retain its original appearance and profiles.
b. Roof and rear quarters must be steel.
c. Aftermarket fiberglass wings and spoilers are permitted.
d. Lexan windows permitted.
e. Factory appearing dashboard required.
f. Firewall must be retained and in stock location.
g. Car lettering and Decals are allowed on all windows. Must run Series Decal. Decals are allowed on car but must retain a street image. The intent is this rule is the cars should look street legal, not like a heavy contingency race car.
h. All nitrous bottles to be safety vented with pop off to outside of the vehicle.

IX. Exhaust: Mufflers are required except on turbocharged combinations. Exhaust may exit underneath car or out the front fenders.

X. Chassis: Vehicle must have current NHRA chassis certification appropriate for ET, speed and weight.
a. Front Chassis/Suspension: Stock front frame rails and suspension required.
i. Aftermarket control arms and bushings allowed and must bolt in stock locations.
ii. Rack and pinion steering allowed.
iii. Direct bolt on aftermarket tubular control arms, coil over kits, or OEM front strut retrofits are permitted. No welding modifications permitted.
iv. Aftermarket bolt in sub-frame allowed. Must bolt in unaltered stock OEM mounting locations.
b. Rear Chassis/Suspension: Any type rear suspension permitted.
i. Leaf spring rear suspension may subtract 100 pounds.
ii. Tube chassis cars are allowed and must be naturally aspirated.
iii. Chassis cars must carry at least 50% of their weight on the front tires.
iv. Chassis cars must be within one inch of the original factory wheelbase.
c. Rear Tires:
i. Turbocharged and Supercharged cars must run on a 29.5”x10.5” non W slick, 315 DOT Radial or smaller tire.
ii. Naturally aspirated and nitrous assisted cars are allowed up to 34.5” x 17” tires (“Big Tires” / Pro-Street)
iii. Big Tire (Pro-Street) cars are limited to one nitrous kit with non-conventional heads and two nitrous kits with conventional heads.
d. Wheelie Bars:
i. ALLOWED ON BIG TIRE (Pro Street) AND OR NATURALLY Aspirated CARS ONLY

XI. Electronics:
a. Electric/Air shifter allowed.

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275 VS 10.5 (True Street)



I. Class description: True Street is a heads-up class for all types of vehicles from 60's muscle cars to late model automobiles.

II. Designation: TS/275 or TS/10.5 followed by permanent number.

III. Format: 1/8th mile heads-up class run on a .400 pro tree with a pro ladder. Courtesy staging and Autostart are in effect. Timeout is 7 seconds.

IV. Race Procedures:
a. Staging lanes: Cooling will be allowed in the staging lanes for the semi-final and final rounds. Cooling must be self-contained on a cart. No expulsion of ANY liquid is allowed in the lanes. Please be courteous to your lane neighbors. When not in the lanes your equipment must be secured away from lanes in the designated area. It is YOUR responsibility to know the location of the designated area.
b. Burn Out: Over the line burnouts are allowed (and encouraged).
c. Scales: After qualifying all participants must pass over scales to have their run validated. In Eliminations you must pass over scales if you have won. If a car fails to make weight they are disqualified and their opponent is given the round unless the opponent also fails to make legal weight. Competitors are responsible for verifying their weight before each run.

V. Engine: Naturally aspirated, nitrous, and single turbo or single supercharger combinations allowed. Motor plates and solid mounts allowed. At initial tech inspection, inspector will review your combination and calculate your minimum weight. The Tech Inspector will place the minimum weight on your tech card. This weight will be placed on your right side passenger window and sealed. It is the driver/owner’s responsibility to verify the correct combination is on the window for the scale operator, and must sign the tech card to verify the combination and calculated weight minimum.

a. Turbochargers:
i. Maximum turbo size is 88mm measured at the inducer. Adapter horns are acceptable. Must pass go/no-go gauge.
ii. Maximum reducer to inducer distance is .125”.
b. Superchargers:
i. Maximum centrifugal supercharger must be equal to or less than an F-1R or comparable supercharger.
ii. F2 superchargers are allowed with a 3.875” inlet reducer, mounted no farther away from inducer than the original inlet flange.
iii. Must pass go/ no-go gauge.
c. Nitrous Oxide: Small block combinations may run any type multi-stage nitrous system. Big Block combinations are limited to a single-stage nitrous system. Forced induction combinations may not run nitrous.

d. Weight Minimums:
i. 4 and 6 cylinder combinations – no minimum.
ii. Small Block Naturally Aspirated – 2500 lbs.
iii. Big Block Naturally Aspirated – 2750 lbs.
iv. Small Block Nitrous Assisted – 2900 lbs.
v. Big Block Nitrous Assisted – conventional head 3200 lbs.
vi. Small Block Forced Induction:
1. Single Supercharger – 3100 lbs.
2. 88mm Turbo – 3100 lbs.
3. Mid-frame 88mm Turbo – 3,200 lbs.
4. Reduced turbo or supercharger – 3,300 lbs.
vii. Big Block Forced Induction:
1. Single Supercharger (3.875” Inducer) – 3300 lbs.
2. 88mm Turbo – 3,300 lbs.
3. Mid-frame 88mm Turbo – 3,400 lbs.
4. Reduced turbo or supercharger – 3,500 lbs.

VI. Fuel: Gasoline, Ethanol or Methanol. No nitromethane, polypropylene, and/or hydrazine.

VII. Oiling: Dry sumps are permitted on all cars.

VIII. Intercoolers: All types permitted.

IX. Drivetrain: Any type automatic or manual transmission allowed.

X. Body: This class is intended for street-appearing vehicles.
a. The car must retain its original appearance, profiles and dimensions.
b. Factory roof and rear quarter panels must be used.
c. Aftermarket fiberglass replacement panels are limited to hood, front fenders, doors, deck lids and bumpers only. All front ends must maintain factory dimensions and may not be stretched.
d. Aftermarket wings and spoilers are permitted.
e. Stock appearing front and rear bumpers are required.
f. A hood must cover the entire induction system.
g. Lexan windows permitted. No visible fasteners. Tint is allowed, but must be light enough for track personnel to easily see driver.
h. Factory appearing dashboard, door panels and driver seat are required.
i. Driver’s compartment must be completely sealed from engine/transmission.
j. Aftermarket steering column permitted.
k. Car lettering and Decals are allowed on all windows. Must run Series Decal. Decals are allowed on car but must retain a street image and must not obstruct driver’s peripheral vision. The intent is this rule is the cars should look street legal, not like a heavy contingency racecar.
l. All nitrous bottles to be safety vented with pop off to outside of the vehicle.

XI. Lighting: Functional headlights, taillights and brake lights required. No factory lights, including side marker lights may be removed for any reason.

XII. Exhaust: Mufflers or inserts are required except on turbocharged combinations. Exhaust may exit underneath car or out the front fenders.

XIII. Chassis: Vehicle must have current NHRA chassis certification appropriate for ET, speed and weight.
a. Direct replacement components such as: front control arms, rear control arms, front coil over shocks, and rear coil over shocks are permitted.
b. Aftermarket rack and pinion steering allowed.
c. Complete stock chassis and frame rails must be retained.
i. Back-halved cars are not permitted.
ii. Front core supports may be modified or removed.
iii. Aftermarket bolt-on replacement front K-members are allowed. If front shocks bolt to K-member, they must remain in factory location.
iv. Rear frame rails may be notched for clearance.
v. Mini tubs are allowed.
vi. In pre-1975 muscle cars, a modified front suspension is acceptable for safety reasons.
1. Minor welding is allowed.
2. Engine must sit in OEM position.
3. All A-arm and struts must attach at OEM locations.
4. Must retain OEM-style suspension. (OEM coil springs must remain springs, OEM struts must remain struts).
5. Disc brakes allowed front and rear.
d. Rear Chassis/Suspension: Rear leaf springs, springs, shocks, and coil-overs may be moved to accommodate tire clearance, and do not need to be mounted in stock location. Bolt-on or welded sub-frame connectors, rear sway bars are permitted on all cars. Vehicles with OEM independent rear suspension may substitute a bolt-in style rear end. Centerlines must be within one-half inch of factory.
i. Torque arms are permitted only on cars equipped with them as original factory equipment.
ii. Four-link suspension prohibited on all cars.
iii. Ladder bars are permitted.
iv. Wheelie bars permitted on naturally aspirated cars only.
v. Leaf spring rear suspension may subtract 100 pounds.
e. Rear Tires:
i. Size/Style: All power-adder cars must compete on a Drag Radial type tire designated as either 275/60/15 OR 28.0” x 10.5 slick (non “W”). Slicks add 50 lbs.
ii. In addition to the above tires, naturally aspirated cars may run a 29.5” x 10.5” slick (non “W”).
iii. No “W” Tires are permitted are permitted in True Street.
iv. The tire and weight you register and tech in with is the combination you must race on.

XIV. Electronics:
a. Electric/Air shifter allowed.

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Friday Night Special Bike (Pro Street Bike)
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I. Class Description: This class contests the ultimate in street-legal motorcycles and is created as a legitimate alternative to illicit street racing.

II. Designation: PSB followed by permanent number.

III. Format: Friday Night Special Bike is a 1/4 mile heads-up class run on a .400 pro tree with a pro ladder. Courtesy Staging and Autostart are in effect. Timeout is 7 seconds.

IV. Race Procedures:
a. Staging lanes: No cooling is allowed in the staging lanes.

V. General Motorcycle Safety:
a. All riders must have full leathers. Two-piece leathers must zip together.
b. Full leathers include gloves and shoes above the ankle.
c. All riders must have a Snell 2000 or newer full-face helmet with shield.
d. Tether kill switches required on all motorcycles.
e. Kill switch, when activated, must disable ignition, fuel pump(s) and nitrous system solenoids.
f. Ballistic blankets recommended but not required.
g. All motorcycles and riders must pass NHRA safety inspection.

VI. Engine: Any motorcycle engine.
a. Engine swaps are permitted, but engine and frame must be from same manufacturer (Suzuki/Suzuki, Kawasaki/Kawasaki, etc.)

VII. Bike: Friday Night Special Bike is reserved for stock-appearing motorcycles with unlimited engine modifications.
a. All bikes must be street legal with VIN tag.
b. Must be self-starting and utilize onboard, OEM-style starting systems.
c. Must have minimum one functional front brake caliper and rotor and the same for the rear brakes.
d. Must have functional headlight and taillight. OEM preferred but not required.
i. Factory headlight systems matching the bike model must be used. All of the original factory glass or plastic lenses must be used, may not be painted or wrapped, and must be mounted in the original location in the front fairing (or headlight bucket on non-faired bikes). Non-fairing bikes must have the headlight bucket mounted in factory location. All components which are part of the original beam generating and reflecting system, and are visible from the outside of the bodywork, must be retained, and may not be modified in any manner visible from the outside. These components include reflectors, secondary lenses, diffusers, bulb sockets, and bulbs. All such components of both the low-beam and high-beam systems must be retained, even if that system is not in use. Required components may be mounted in any suitable manner. Any modification of the mounts, housing, or non-visible areas of the lenses, reflectors, and other required components is permitted. However, lighting system must be enclosed to prevent the escape of light from behind the fairing or bucket.
ii. Taillight system must include operational tail and brake lights. Factory taillights are highly recommended. Non-factory taillights must emit red light, and must be sufficiently bright to see at end of racetrack from starting line.
e. Chain Guard: NHRA legal chain guard is required.
f. Frame: Frame must be OEM. Frame modifications including cutting of seat rails, short necking, etc. permitted as long as factory appearance is retained.
i. Aftermarket lightweight front ends, swing arms and wheels permitted. Solid wheels prohibited.
g. Wheelie bars: Not permitted.
h. Ground Clearance: Two inch Minimum.

VIII. Engine combinations:
a. Turbocharged
i. 68” maximum wheelbase.
ii. Rear tire DOT only
iii. Transmission must be hand clutch only. No sliders or auto transmissions.
iv. Single turbo only.
v. Nitrous prohibited.
vi. Intercoolers, after-cooler and/or water injection permitted.
vii. Fuel: Gasoline only.
viii. Weight: 685 pound minimum including bike and rider. Weight taken at run conclusion.
ix. 2-Step launches not allowed.
b. Nitrous or Supercharged
i. 75” maximum wheelbase.
ii. Rear tire DOT only
iii. Transmission: Hand clutch, sliders and auto transmissions allowed.
iv. Nitrous permitted. Maximum of two stages.
v. Fuel injection or carburetion allowed.
vi. Fuel: Gasoline only.
vii. Weight:
1. Over one liter: 570 pound minimum including bike and rider. Weight taken at run conclusion.
2. Under one liter: No minimum.
viii. 2-Step launches are allowed.
c. All Motor (Naturally Aspirated)
i. Any wheelbase allowed
ii. Rear tire may be any DOT tire or up to a 7” slick.
iii. Transmission: Hand clutch, sliders and auto transmissions allowed.
iv. Fuel injection or carburetion allowed.
v. Fuel: Gasoline, Methanol and Nitromethane allowed. Nitromethane may be no more than 30% by weight.
vi. Weight: No minimum.
vii. 2-Step launches are allowed.

d. V-Twins
i. Any wheelbase allowed.
ii. Rear tire may be any DOT tire or up to a a7” slick.
iii. Transmission: Hand clutch, sliders and auto transmissions allowed.
iv. Fuel injection or carburetion allowed.
v. Fuel: Gasoline, Methanol and Nitromethane allowed. Nitromethane may be no more than 30% by weight.
vi. Weight: No minimum.
vii. 2-Step launches are allowed.
viii. No cubic inch limit.
ix. Multiple power-adders allowed.
x. Aftermarket frames may be approved for use in this class, but their concept, appearance and design must be approved prior to construction.

IX. Race director: The race director reserves the right to change any class if any one combination shows a clear advantage at any event.

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Rage Index 9.0 and 10.0
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I. Class description: Index is a heads-up class for all types of vehicles from early models to late model automobiles and motorcycles.

II. Designation: RI 9.0 or RI 10.0 followed by permanent number.

III. Format: 1/4 mile heads-up class run on a .400 pro tree with a pro ladder. Courtesy Staging and Autostart are in effect. Timeout is 7 seconds.

IV. Race Procedures:
a. Staging lanes: No cooling is allowed in the staging lanes.
b. Burn Out: Over the line burnouts are not allowed in Index 9.0 and 10.0.

V. Engine: Any Combination allowed in Index 9.0 and 10.0.

VI. Fuel: Any fuel no, Nitromethane, polypropylene, and/or hydrazine.

VII. Drivetrain: Any transmission type.

VIII. Chassis: Vehicle must have current NHRA chassis certification appropriate for ET, speed and weight.
a. Three out system for non NHRA-certified chassis and/or non-licensed drivers going quicker than 9.99 in the 1/4 mile.
i. The three “out” limit is per season, not per event.

IX. Body:
a. Cars: Heads-up Index classes are reserved for full-bodied cars with full fenders, hoods, grille, top, windshield and functional doors.
b. Motorcycles:
i. Must be street legal with working headlight and taillight.
ii. Must have current registration and plate.
iii. Wheelie bars prohibited.
iv. Full leathers required.
v. Kill tether required.

X. Classes:
a. 9.00 Heads-up index, .400 pro tree, 16 car field.
b. 10.00 Heads-up index, .400 pro tree, 16 car field.
c. All cars and motorcycles must follow the NHRA rules for E.T. or E.T. Motorcycle as applicable.

XI. Electronics:
a. Delay boxes and/or timed throttle stops prohibited.
i. Boxes must be removed from vehicle
b. Mechanical type throttle stops permitted. Any adjustment during runs prohibited.
c. Timers of any kind associated with, but not limited to, fuel and/or nitrous delivery,throttle control, vehicle performance criteria, etc. are strictly prohibited.
d. Transmission brakes permitted.
e. Air or electric shifters permitted.
i. Drive must active the shift process no timers are allowed.
XII. Tires: Slicks or drag radials may be used.

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Rage Indy Index
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X. Class Description: Indy Index is a multi-index race of vehicles from early to late model automobiles only.

XI. Designation: II/A,B,C or D followed by permanent number.
a. II/A = 10.50.
b. II/B = 11.00.
c. II/C = 11.50.
d. II/D = 12.00.

XII. Format: Indy Rage Index is a 1/4 mile dial-in Class Eliminator run on a .400 pro tree with a pro ladder. Courtesy Staging and Autostart are in effect. Timeout is 10 seconds.

XIII. Race Procedures:
a. Staging lanes: No cooling is allowed in the staging lanes.
b. Burn Out: Over the line burnouts are not allowed in Rage Indy Index.
c. Qualifying:
i. All II/A cars will run time trials as a class. Top four closest to their index will advance to class Semi-Finals.
ii. All II/B cars will run time trials as a class. Top four closest to their index will advance to class Semi-Finals.
iii. All II/C cars will run time trials as a class. Top four closest to their index will advance to class Semi-Finals.
iv. All II/D cars will run time trials as a class. Top four closest to their index will advance to class Semi-Finals.
d. Class Semi-Finals: The four cars in each index will compete for two rounds to determine a class winner.
e. Class Eliminator: Thewinners of the four classes will draw numbers to determine pairings in the eliminator.
i. The car that qualified closest to the applicable index will draw an opponent, and will have lane choice.
ii. The remaining two cars will be paired against each other, with the car that qualified closest to the applicable index having lane choice.
f. Class Finals: The winners of the Class Eliminator round will face off, with lane choice going to the competitor closest to the Index during the Class Eliminator round.

XIV. Engine: Any Combination allowed in Indy Rage Index.

XV. Fuel: Any fuel except nitromethane, polypropylene, and/or hydrazine.

XVI. Drivetrain: Any transmission type.

XVII. Chassis: Vehicle must have current NHRA chassis certification and safety equipment appropriate for ET, speed and weight.

XVIII. Body:
a. Cars: Indy Rage Index classes are reserved for full-bodied cars with full fenders, hoods, grille, top, windshield and functional doors.

XIX. Electronics:
a. Delay boxes and/or timed throttle stops prohibited.
b. Mechanical type throttle stops permitted. Any adjustment during run prohibited
c. Timers of any kind associated with, but not limited to, fuel and/or nitrous delivery,throttle control, vehicle performance criteria, etc. are strictly prohibited.
d. Transmission brakes permitted.
e. Air or electric shifters permitted.
i. Drive must active the shift process no timers are allowed.

XX. Tires: Slicks or drag radials may be used.
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Old 02-01-2011, 10:17 AM   #2
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I just want to take a second to say thanks to Jmatt for helping us format the rules to make them presentable!

If someone wants a copy of the .pdf of the rules, just send me your email in a PM and I will get them over to you
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Wish it was closer to me looks bad ass.
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these rules look a lot better .....
and they should allow a wide variety
of chassises and different engine combo's too.

now how about moving the race to a saturday ..
so we can get there without taking a whole day off from work
kentucky is 2.5 hours away ....
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Now dammit Ned. I worked like hell to get your combo's in there, you better show up. If the Friday deal is successful a move to Saturdays next season could be possible. Just come and support it. Qualifying doesn't start till 6pm so you can leave by 3 and still make the first session. Quit whining and show up!!
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Good luck if you have full fields running the whole thing from 8-11 pm. That's short period of time. Ihope the series goes well. I'd like to run l/s but work schedule will not allow Friday nites for me. Maybe saturdaynext year.
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Those rules do look a lot better. No April race? Good, that gives me some time to finish mine up. Hope to see everyone down there.
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The rules look good. Nice work guys!
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See ya all on FRIDAY the 13th!
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X. Oil Containment: All vehicles will be required to utilize an NHRA-accepted lower engine oil-retention device

All cars 10.0 and slower?????
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looks like fun.....wish i could run fast enough to make it in...
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How fast do you run. The car in your avitar looks fast enough!!
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Yes to the oil containment devices. All cars racing in the Rage series are required to have a diaper. The race is on a pretty tight time schedule and a full track oil down could be really devastating to the event.
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so we can get there without taking a whole day off from work
kentucky is 2.5 hours away ....
Just call in Ned ! Sure the boss won't mind....I know him, need me to put a word in ? lol
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Yes to the oil containment devices. All cars racing in the Rage series are required to have a diaper. The race is on a pretty tight time schedule and a full track oil down could be really devastating to the event.

I understand the rule but this counts us out.
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