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Capital Raceway (Crofton, Md) is looking to get drag radial classes back on there schedule......and there starting with the NEW HOT CLASS of Ultra Street !! July 14th they will be hosting the Ultra Street car class with a quick 8 field of cars along with there normal bracket program. They are excited to have us and the purse will be garanteed.

Payout's

$60 enrty fee

$500 winner

$200 runner up

$125 for semi's

$60 for 1/4 finals

This is for a 8 car filed.

I have been talking with the new mangement and they are really down to earth guys. The starter Rick is back and is familar face at Capital and he will be on piont with the starting line prep. They understand that the the drag radials cars need a little extra prep and they will be on top of it !!

I think the Ultra Street cars can help get them going in the right direction and turn into something bigger as time go's on. remember guys, they are putting this race on with no sponser's.....that tells me they mean bisness!

Lets get things rolling up at Capital Raceway !!!!!!

Thanks John C. & BJ H. for giving us another place to race at !!
 

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Freaking awesome!! I cant wait till they put on a race with outlaw 10.5, x275, ultra etc. I have a feeling its going to happen by this year.
 

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I'm gonna put this out here and say if the car turn is better then expected.......I would guess and say they might turn into a 16 car field and payouts would remain the same. But for now, they want to get things going and understand it might take a few races to start making some steam !!

What do you think Dan ?
 

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Man, I soooo wish my car was FINISHED !!!!! BuMp for Ultra Street @ Capital Raceway
 

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Well done Mike!!!
 

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Well done Mike!!!
Thanks John.........and thanks for putting this exciting class rules together !!

This here guys as you know is the Godfather of X275.......and now the "rule maker" of Ultra Street !!:)

Lets here it for John Sears & Capital Raceway !!
 

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This is great news !!!!! I may have to lend my buddy my 275's so he can run the class.

I keep trying to tell people that these guys are really trying to make things right, this is NOT the old Capitol Raceway.
 

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I'll be there unless something unforseen prevents me from making it!
 

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Great news Mike. Thank you. I Hope to be ready to race after Weds. I have found water in the oil trying to get that issue fixed by Sun.
 

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Ultra Street 275

1/8th mile Eliminator

BODY:
Fiberglass/Carbon body panels are limited to hood, rear deck lid, fenders, doors, and bumpers. Cowl hoods may not be taller than half way point of the windshield. Forward facing scoops are prohibited on power adder combos unless factory installed or less than 5 inches from flat area of hood. Inlets for turbos and superchargers must not be exposed to ram air

INTERIOR:
Aftermarket steering columns are allowed. Factory type dash accepted. Must have carpet.

ELECTRICAL:
Optical devices are prohibited. All entries must have operational head lights and tail lights.

ENGINE:
Aftermarket blocks and cylinder heads are allowed. All entries must utilize a single carburetor cast intake manifold. Motor plates and solid mounts are allowed. Engine must be in stock location. Mufflers are required on all vehicles (except turbos). All SB power adder engines are limited to 440 cubic inches. SB N/A limited to 470 and BB N/A limited to 632 and BOP power adder limited to 588. Any engine in question will be measured with a P&G gauge. A correction factor of 1.5% will be used. Competitors may be asked to remove a cylinder head for bore and stroke measurements should any discrepancies arise.

INDUCTION:
Small blocks and BB N/A combinations may use a single cast intake manifold with single carb or EFI. Cast tunnel ram permitted on stock valve angle only w/ weight penalty. (See* below) Small Block N/A may use cast tunnel ram/sheetmetal/dual carbs w/weight penalty (See*below)

POWER ADDERS:
Nitrous limited to SB and BOP entries - Progressive nitrous controllers are allowed. Entries must utilize a single stage nitrous plate with one nitrous, one fuel and one redundant purge solenoid. Foggers must be disconnected and all solenoids must be capped off. Nitrous plates using fogger nozzles are not allowed. Jet limit/solenoid size TBD on stock valve angle with cast tunnel ram & nitrous.

Turbo and supercharged entries are limited to stock valve angle SB combos only. (SB CHEVY 23 DEGREE - SB FORD 20 DEGREE – 18 DEGREE MOPAR - FACTORY HEADED SMALL BLOCK FORD MOD MOTOR - LS CHEVY 15 DEGREE)

TRANSMISSION:
Any OEM style automatic or OEM manual transmission is allowed with power adder. Clutch assisted/clutchless manual transmission allowed on N/A. Manual transmissions must utilize SFI approved bell housing.

REAR SUSPENSION:
Stock type rear suspension or ladder bar only. Coil over shocks are allowed. Anti-roll allowed. Aftermarket replacement control arms are allowed. Stock frame rails must be in place, notching permitted. (N/A cars/trucks permitted ladder bar suspension without weight penalty) Wheelie bars are prohibited on all cars.

FRONT SUSPENSION:
Factory type front suspension only. Coil over shocks are allowed. Aftermarket replacement control arms are allowed. Aftermarket K-Members allowed.

WHEELS/TIRES:
A maximum of a 28 x 10.5 non W slick, 28 x 12.50 ET Street or any 275 radial may be used on N/A, power adders limited to a P275/60-15 MickeyThompson Tire P/N 3754R radial tire. Wheel width is limited to 12"

NITROUS WEIGHTS:
Base weight includes BOP combos - 3200
All heads 14.9 and under - 3250
Any canted valve head - 3250
All heads 15 degrees and above carry no additional weight
Any 23 degree combo - 3000
Blue Thunder Cylinder Heads - 3300
Any 20 degree ford – 3000
TFS-R ford - 3100

SUPERCHARGER WEIGHTS:
F1A-3200
F1C - 3250
YSI – 3250

TURBO WEIGHTS:
T-76 - 3150
T-80 - 3200

N/A WEIGHTS:
N/A Inline head – 2600
N/A Non-Inline head – 2700
N/A (big block with standard deck height and conventional head) 2900 lbs
N/A (big block with tall deck height and conventional head) 2950 lbs
N/A (big block with standard height and big chief head) 3000 lbs
N/A (big block with tall deck height and big chief head) 3100 lbs

GENERAL:
No Billet cylinder heads/blocks
No Billet wheels on turbo combo
No Reducers on turbo or supercharged combo
Alcohol/E85 legal (meth injection legal on non-intercooled combo only)
All turbos and superchargers must be as manufactured from factory
No muffler required on turbo entry, required on all other combos
No bull horns
Gear driven supercharger allowed
Belt driven supercharger deduct 50 lbs
LS 15* add 50 lbs
Non Intercooled boosted combos deduct 50 lbs (no deduct if on Alcohol for fuel)
Leaf springs deduct 100lbs
Ladder bar add 50 lbs (except N/A)
*Cast Tunnel Ram with 4150 carbs on stock valve angle head on SB NOS add 100 lbs
*Cast Tunnel Ram/Sheetmetal/Dual Carbs on SB N/A add 50 lbs
Single 4150 carb/throttle body deduct 50lbs
V6 entries deduct 150lb
No wheelie bars
 

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Good idea posting the rules John, where the hell is that guy Mike Barry, he's falling down on the job. :p
 

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Good idea posting the rules John, where the hell is that guy Mike Barry, he's falling down on the job. :p
He might just be smarter than the both of us, you know how any thread gets when it has rules in it! I'm waiting on the Mopar guys to ask for a plate nos system so they can come out and race! LOL
 
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