Points will be awarded as follows for round wins only,
- 1 point for each round win
- 2 points for each round win in the quarter and semi final
- 3 points for winning the final
(watch for changes or
previously undefined additions in red)
No alcohol consumption by
No vehicles quicker than 10.00 ET or faster than 135 MPH
Permanent number required to compete.
Staging lanes are closed when first car crosses the line at the front of
the staging lanes.
NHRA "Street Legal" cars or trucks only (no motorcycles)
DOT approved tires required (Bare cords not permitted)
Exhaust must route through mufflers.
No Electronics (per NHRA definition) - No G-Tech or other on-board timing
Transmission brakes, two-steps and
Only racers of CCCA member car clubs may receive trophies.
Current NHRA and track safety rules apply at all times.
Vehicles must be registered for street use in any state or province (No
trip permits, no plates pulled from another vehicle)
Any rules disputes are to be handled by the Race Director and
representatives from at least 3 member clubs. If your club has a dispute
it must be voiced to the Race Director from the club representative.
The Race Director may exclude racers in violation of NHRA or Track safety
36" maximum crank height applies (No "Monster" Trucks),
any vehicle that appears to push these limits will be measured.
Some applicable NHRA Street Legal Rules:
NHRA driveline loop required on vehicles 13.99 and
faster. (Bremerton rule)
All wheel studs, with full compliment of lug nuts
required. (Broken studs/missing lugs must be replaced before racing.)
Hub caps must be removed for lug inspection.
All fuel, transmission, brake and power steering lines
must be secure and free of leaks.
more than 12" total rubber fuel line
Driver must have valid state drivers license.
Shorts, bare legs, tank tops, bare torsos not
permitted when racing.
required in any vehicle faster than 13.99 seconds E.T. in the ¼ mile.
Helmet must meet SNELL 85 or better standards.
Seats must be securely fastened to floor or frame with
a minimum 4 attaching bolts and nuts. (No sheet metal screws.).
Seat Belts: All vehicles must have as a minimum an OEM
type lap belt, securely fastened to the frame of the floor, per OEM.
Batteries/Ballast: Batteries must be secured per OEM,
or with minimum of 2, 3/8 inch diameter bolts.
Loose ballast is not permitted on the racetrack, so be
prepared to empty trunks and interiors of all loose items. Spare
tires, jacks, etc. Must be securely mounted or must be removed. Tools,
jack stands, coolers, loose speakers, etc, will not be allowed to go
Neutral Safety Switch required on all vehicles with automatic
Nitrous oxide bottles must be stamped as meeting DOT
1800 pound standards, and must be securely bolted to frame or floor
(no bungee straps, hose clamps, etc).
bar required in any vehicle running between 11:00 and 11.99 seconds
in the ¼ mile (convertibles between 11.00 and
Roll cage in any vehicle faster than 10.99 E.T or cars
exceeding 135 mph (convertibles faster than 10.99) per NHRA safety
rules. Obviously the NHRA 135 MPH factor isn't important here because
the series doesn't allow a vehicle with a trap speed beyond 135 to
compete.Roll bars/cage structures must meet minimum NHRA standards
as found in
When ¼ mile
elapsed times are quicker than 10.99 seconds, specialized racing equipment
is required. If you know or suspect that your
vehicle will exceed these E.T. limits, we suggest contacting the NHRA Tech
Department at 360-698-4858 with your questions or at the very least the
current year NHRA rule book.
is a bye in a round, then the racer with the better reaction time in
the previous round will receive the "bye".
If the race is called due to rain or time then the winner and runner up
are decided in the same manner.