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DIXIELAND SPEEDWAY RACING RULES

                                 2021

The following rules are an overview of the racing rules at Dixieland Speedway and are in no way inclusive and can be changed at any time.

1.  Drivers and crews are subject to alcohol and on the spot drug testing at anytime.  Any competitor who test positive for or refuses the alcohol or drug test will be disqualified from the racing event, will forfeit any money earned for that event, is subject to the loss of all accumulated points, and will be required to re-test prior to entry into the pits for other events.  Any entrant to the pits who is not a competitor will be escorted out of the pits and will be required to re-test prior to entry into the pits for other events.

2.  The Driver is responsible for the actions of their crews.  Any Driver or crews who goes to another person’s pit area and starts an altercation will be disqualified from the event. They will be subject to the loss of any money earned for that event, will be subject to the loss of all accumulated points and being fined by Dixieland Speedway not less then $100.00. They may be banned from Racing at Dixieland Speedway, and are subject to being arrested by the track owner or the person with whom they are having the altercation.  Any Driver, pit crew, or entrant to the pits of Dixieland Speedway who is asked to leave the premises by an Official of Dixieland Speedway and refuses to do so is subjected to being arrested for Trespassing.  The race vehicle and associate equipment is subjected to being impounded by the Counties Law Enforcement until restitution though the Court system is granted.

3.  Any Driver, crewmember, or pit entrant who strikes an Official of Dixieland Speedway is subject to being fined $1000.00, being removed from the premises, being banned from entry to Dixieland Speedway, and being arrested and prosecuted by the management of Dixieland Speedway or by the Official with whom the altercation was with.  Any Driver, Crew member, or pit entrant who verbally Assaults an Official of Dixieland Speedway is subject to being fined not less then $200.00, being removed from the premises, and being banned from entry to Dixieland Speedway.

4.  Any race car found to be illegal before, during, or after the racing event by the officials of Dixieland Speedway will be subject to disqualification, loss of any money earned, is subject to additional fines, and loss of accumulated points at Dixieland Speedway.  The vehicle will be required to be re-inspected by track Officials before being allowed to compete at the Speedway.

5.  The driver of the racecar immediately behind a racecar can file a protest, if that driver feels that the competitor is using illegal engine parts.  The car will be impounded and the Technical Official of Dixieland Speedway will have the final ruling on the legality of the racecar.  Protests can only be filed to any of the Dixieland Officials within 15 minutes of the end of the racing event in which the car participated in.  It must be accompanied by $300.00 cash from the driver lodging the protest. The reason for the protest must be specific to the engine part being protested.  If the car is found to be Illegal for the engine part being protested then the money will be returned to the protestor.  If the car is found to be legal then $150.00 will go to the driver being protested and $150.00 will go to Dixieland Speedway.  The Illegal part may be confiscated by Officials of Dixieland Speedway and not returned.  If during the protest a different reason for disqualification is discovered by Officials of Dixieland Speedway the car can still be disqualified as outlined in paragraph number 4 above.  However the money for the protest will still be divided as noted above because the original protested part was legal.

6. Flag Rules:

(A) Green Flag- Starts the race or any restarts.

 

(B) Yellow Flag- Indicates caution on the racetrack slow down, hold your position.  We do not race back to the Flag.

 

(C) Red Flag- Stop.  Due to a serious wreck or other reason the race has been stopped.  No work is allowed on the vehicle with any tools and only one pit crewmember can go on the racing surface to service the driver.  They can remove vehicle parts, which are interfering with the vehicle with the use of their hands only.  NO TYPE OF TOOLS CAN BE USED. AIR PRESSURE IN TIRES CANNOT BE ADJUSTED.

 

(D) Black Flag- when this flag is displayed to a Driver of a racecar they should immediately leave the racing area and go to the pits.  It is given to a racecar for one of two reasons.  They have violated a racing rule and are being penalized or they have a problem with their vehicle which is unsafe and they need to have it corrected before continuing the event.  Once the Black Flag is given to a vehicle for three times then the scorers will stop scoring the vehicle, the vehicle will lose all points for that event, and is subject to being fined $100.00 by Dixieland Speedway.

 

(E) White Flag_ indicates the final lap of the racing event.  Once this flag is displayed the only flag that can follow the White Flag is the Checkered Flag.  If an accident occurs on the last lap then the yellow light will be illuminated and drivers are urged to take note that there may be an accident on the track.  However you CAN RACE BACK TO THE FLAG STAND ONLY ON THE LAST LAP. (NOTE:  If during some events cautions are being counted and the caution flag is out as we approach the final lap then the event will be finished under caution in the order the race cars are in when the caution was displayed.  There will be no racing back to the checkered flag.)

 

(F) Checkered Flag- indicates the end of the racing event.  Once displayed vehicles are to slow and exit the racing surface after crossing the start finish line.  Only the top three racecars are to return to the start finish line for presentation of the trophy.  Race cars that take additional laps are subject to a fine of not less then $100.00.

 

(G) Blue Flag with Orange or yellow Stripe- this is the move over flag. It will be displayed to the racecars, which are about to be overtaken by the leaders of the event.  It is a courtesy type of flag in which the slower racecars need to move out of the leaders way.  When given to a slower racecar that car should move down to the lower side of the track allowing the faster cars to go by on the outside.  Repeated failure to obey this flag could cause the competitor to be black-flagged.

 

(H) Red and Black Flags together- Indicates for vehicles to immediately exit the racing surface and return to the pit area.   Cars that do not immediately exit the racing surface (i.e. taking extra laps) will be subject to a $50.00 fine.

(I) Green and Yellow Flags together-During the fast practice these two flags may be shown to indicate to the drive they can increase their speed but that the racing surface is not good enough or other cars are still entering the track.  Once the officials determine that the surface is good they will remove the yellow flag which would indicate drivers can run at normal speed.

 

7.  The pace truck will be utilized during the initial start of each main racing event. The Chief starter will give the two laps to go single (two fingers in the air as you pass the flag stand). The pace truck will "SET THE PACE" which the inside pole car will adhere to.  As the one lap to go single is given by the Chief starter the pace truck will turn off its caution light.  The pace truck will increase its speed so that it can exit in turn two safely; the pole sitter will maintain their speed at the pre-race pace.  The pole sitter will continue with the pace set by the pace truck until the green flag is displayed indicating that the race has started.

 

 8.  The pace truck will be utilized during any cautions during the main racing events.  The pace truck will again set the pace during the caution laps.  NO RACECARS WILL PASS THE PACE TRUCK UNLESS DIRECTED TO DO SO BY A RACE OFFICIAL.  Racecars, which pass the pace truck, are subject to a 1 lap penalty or placement to the rear of the field.  Restarts will be up to the number one position after reaching an indicated point on the back stretch once the one lap single has been given by the chief starter and the Pace truck has exited the racing surface.

 

9.  Any protests or discussions with a track official about the outcome of an event will only be done by the driver of the racecar.  None of the pit crew or fans will be allowed to be involved with the discussion.  All decisions by the Officials of Dixieland Speedway are Final.  Again, we remind all Drivers.  You are responsible for the actions of your pit crew.

 

10.  Each Car is required to assist the track in rolling in.  They must make at least 5  laps and then draw a pill for position for qualifying, heat race, or main event. Failure to complete this requirement could result in being placed to the rear of the field during your event or being first to qualify for events that require qualifying.

 

11.   To receive payment for the racing events the driver MUST sign the receipt book including Social Security Number.  NO ONE EXCEPT THE DRIVER CAN RECEIVE PAYMENT.

 

12.  The Cleanliness of the pit area around your vehicle is your responsibility.  Failure to keep your area clean could result in you being given a fine or not being allowed to race at events at Dixieland Speedway.  WARNINGS MAY NOT BE GIVEN.

 

13.  Drivers need to have their race cars lined up for the racing event at least 15 minutes before the race event starts.  Failure to do so could result in you being placed at the rear of the field.   This includes lining up for qualifying.

 

14.   When Questions arise with scoring they will only be discussed at the end of all Racing Events for the evening. Only the driver will be allowed to discuss the scoring question with the chief scorer.  The procedure for requesting a meeting will be for the driver to contact one of the track officials in the pit area and they will advise the scorers of the car number and drivers name.  Arrangements will be made through the Chief Starter/Race Director after all the events are complete.

 

 

15.  Should you receive an injury you must report it to a track official immediately.  Ambulance service is provided for you at the facility.  Proper documentation must be complete in order for you to be covered by insurance.  If you are injured and then return to the racing events you are no longer covered for that injury by the insurance carrier.

 

16.  The line-ups for the racing event will be posted on the Bulletin Board at the infield concession stand.  Track Officials will be very busy during the racing events so please check the Bulletin Board prior to going to a Track Official with questions about the line up.

 

17.  All vehicles, which are involved in accidents, will go to the rear of the field.  The Track Officials will determine vehicles involved in accidents.

 

18.        If an accident occurs on the first lap of an event then a complete restart will be done.  All cars will go to their original starting positions except those cars involved in the accident, which do not immediately return to the start finish line.  This includes any cars, which return to the pits prior to realignment and the start of the race. Two restarts double file will be done. If the event does not have a clean start after two attempts then a single file start will be accomplished.

 

19.        Entry and Exit to the infield pit area by walking patrons will only be made  at the flag stand under direction of a track official.  Failure to adhere to this rule could mean removal from the pit area for that evening's event. Entry and Exit to the pit area shall only normally be done during a red flag condition. Entry or Exit of the pit area under any other situations without the permission of a track official is subject to removal for the evening's events and possibly other racing events.

 

20.     Entry from the outside pit area in turn 3 to the racing surface or the inside pits will only be done during red flag conditions and at the direction of the track Officials. Entry or Exit of the pit area under any other situations without the permission of a track official is subject to removal for the evening's events and possibly other racing events.  NOTE: this includes those pit crew personnel in any type of support vehicles. They must stop in turn 3 and not proceed on the track until directed by a Track Official

 

21.        In the case of an accident during any racing event participants in the pits will not enter the racing surface unless directed to by a track official. Participants who do not comply with this requirement are subject to removal from the pit area and a $100.00 fine.

 

22.       When involved in an accident, drivers will stay in their vehicles in their safety harness until a track official arrives at the vehicle to advise the drive it is safe to exit the vehicle.  Under life threatening circumstances, such as the vehicle on fire, the drive shall be exempt from this rule.    

 

23.       All Classes are required to wear a full driver's suit anytime they are on the racetrack.   Failure to wear a full drivers suit could subject the driver not to be allowed to race and a fine of $25.00.

 

24.       In events where laps are not counting and the racing event has a number of delays then at the discretion of the Dixieland Officials the laps can be counted.  When this decision is made all three lights on the stoplight will be displayed indicating that laps are now being counted.   


 

ADDEMDUM TO RACE RULES 2021                                                 

a. Black flag rules for rough Driving:

    (i) 1st time a rolled up back flag warning.

    (ii)  2nd time black flag will be issued; the field will then be brought under caution and the car will be placed at the rear of the field by track officials.

    (iii) 3rd time black flag will be issued; the field will then be brought under caution and the car will be sent to the pit for a drive through stop and go penalty and the team will be docked 5 championship points.

(NOTE: track officials have the option at any time to place the car in the pits and not return to the racing event for that evening or subsequent races at Dixieland Speedway)

b. Disqualification:  When a driver or participant try’s to deliberately hurt another driver with his or her car as a weapon they will be disqualified for the event that evening, could have championship points docked, not receive payment for the evenings event, and at the discretion of the track officials/owner not be allowed to participate in events at Dixieland Speedway and be levied a monetary fine.

c. Caution Flag for Safety Concerns:  Cars leaking fluids or parts damaged causing a safety concern will be removed from the race track by displaying the black flag or the  caution flag and having the car brought to the pits for service.

d. Spin out rule: 3 unassisted spins by a participant, that bring out a caution, will require the issue of the black flag and the car going to the pits.  The car must get adjustments by the pit crew but can return to the race once inspected by the tech inspector to clear you for the return to competition.

e. Entering and Exiting Track:  No person or vehicle shall enter or exit the track unless directed and released to do so by track officials.  Those persons who are approved to enter the pits while walking must obtain the proper pass from the pit gate and then can only enter and exit the track through the flag stand gate.

f. Pit entrants on track during caution and green flag conditions: If a person goes on the racing surface during any time other then being told to by a track official then the following action will be taken: Track officials have the option to immediately remove the entrant from the pit area or the entrant will be warned the first (1) time and then removed from the pits for a second (2) offence. Any action chosen is by the discretion of Track Officials.

If a crew member enters the racing surface while the field is under caution and works on the car in any manner (unless track officials call them out to the track to assist them) the car will be placed at the rear of the field, held in pits for lap penalty, or could be disqualified from the event (the type of penalty issues will be at the discretion of the Race Director).  The participant who entered the racing surface will be removed from the pits immediately.

g. Caution Flag. As a reminder when the caution Flag is displayed (By yellow flag and lights) race cars are to slow down and hold your position. At Dixieland Speedway we revert back to the last Green Flag Lap.  If you are advised by track officials to change your position, please do so.  The line up is determined by the Official scorer’s and is final.  Failure to go to your position could result in a Lap penalty to removal from the Race.

You as drivers are all aware that the race director, flagman, scorer’s, and track officials, do not push the gas pedal, turn the steering wheel, or press the breaks on these cars.  The determination of whether a on track incident warrants a penalty or not are solely on what THEY observe.  They do not know what is in a driver’s mind.  They can only do the best job they can do in making decisions in a split second by what they see, not what your fans or pit crew think they see but what the officials see.  The decision of the Race Director/Control is final including your placement in position after an incident.  All the Officials at Dixieland Speedway try to do the best job we can to assure we get it right.  Think about that before you go to have a discussion with the officials.  Again, it’s what THE OFFICIALS see not what your fans or pit crew see. 

Thank you for your attention in this matter.  By signing in as a participant in this event you acknowledge that you have received a copy of these rules and have read them.

Sam Mickey                                                               C.D. Red Swain

Race Director                                                            Dixieland Speedway Owner

 

2021

 

ALLSTARS

 

  1. Competing Models
    1. Any passenger type car allowed.
    2. Minimum wheelbase is 99 inches.
    3. Type of chassis:  Rocket, Mastersbilt, Rayburn, etc.
    4. No water based fuels/No dry sump engines.  No nitrous.
    5. All chassis engine setback is 6 inches measured from the #1 spark plug to the center of the lower ball joint.
    6. Any part of the racecar or chassis or performance equipment must be approved by the tech official, the tech officials’ decision is final.
  2. Engine
    1. Chevy

1.       Stock production block, 350 cubic inches + .060 overbore. May use aftermarket block with dimensions same as stock and steel type.

2.       Heads, Chevy Bowtie/Street Vortex/World Products Sportsman II/NO Chevy Vortex Race Heads.  Any stock production heads OK.

3.       Port matching allowed on heads ½ inch depth.

4.       Crankshaft minimum weight is 46 lbs. and must have a 3.48-inch stroke.

5.       Flat top pistons only.

6.       Camshaft solid lifter, NO roller cam, NO roller lifters, NO rollerized cam.

7.       No roller fuel pump shaft.

8.       Weight at the end of the race will be 2300 lbs. with driver, nothing added. (any part that may have fallen off of your car may be added back.)

9.       Roller type rockers OK, 1.6 max.  No shaft type allowed on Chevy.

10.    Valve size will be 1.6 exhaust and 2.02 intake.

11.    Three angle valve job OK.

12.    No aluminum heads. May use new E Q Head.

13.    Steel rods only.

14.    Intake manifold 2101 Edlebrock Performer.

B.      Chrysler

1.       Heads, Mopar R/T Head any street stock production head.

2.       Port matching allowed ½ inch depth.

3.       Crankshaft weight is 46 lbs. minimum and must have a 3.48-inch stroke.

4.       Flat top pistons only.

5.       Camshaft solid lifter, NO roller or rollerized cams or lifters.

6.       Weight with a Chrysler engine will be 2350lbs. at the end of the race with the driver, nothing added.

7.       Roller type rockers OK.  No shaft type rockers on the R/T heads 1.6 ratio.

8.       Valve size will be 1.6 exhaust and 2.02 intake.

9.       Three angle valve job OK.

10.    No aluminum heads. May use new E Q Head.

11.    Steel rods only.

12.    Intake manifold 2176 Edlebrock Performer.

C.      Ford

1.       Stock Street production block.  NO SVO’S-351 cubic inch+. 060 overbore.

2.       Heads Windsor JR heads, any stock street production heads.

3.       No aluminum heads.May use new E Q Head. 

4.       Port matching allowed on heads ½ inch depth.

5.       Crankshaft weight is 46 lbs. minimum and have a 3.50-inch stroke.

6.       Flat top pistons only.

7.       Solid cam shaft, NO roller or rollerized cams, NO roller lifters.

8.       Weight with a Ford engine will be 2350 lbs. at the end of the race with the driver, nothing added.  Note:  SUBJECT TO CHANGE

9.       Roller type rockers OK 1.6 ratio.

10.    Three angle valve job OK.

11.    Steele rods only.

12.    Intake 2181 Edlebrock Performer.

D. CRATE ENGINE

1. 604 CRATE ENGINE, SEALED

2. CARB 80541-1 650CFM.

3. TIMING 32-34 DEGREES

4. CAST PISTON 4 EYE BROW

5. HEADS # 12367712 CC-62

6. 2.00 INTAKE VALVE, 1.55 EXHAUST

7. PISTON WEIGHT 533 GRAMS

8. RODS FORGED CHEVY PRODUCTION

9. CAM 10185071

10. LIFT 474-510

11. LOBE LIFT 316-340

12. CENTER LINE 112

13. CRANK SHAFT 3.48 STROKE 4" BORE

  1. Carburetor
    1. 500 CFM Holley only and must pass bore gauge check.
    2. Base plate must be stock 500 (1 11/16 inch thick).
    3. May use 1-inch spacer plate with one gasket per side.
  2. Oiling System
    1. Wet sump only.
    2. May use oil cooler.
  1. Exhaust
    1. Any header OK.
  1. Electrical
    1. No magnetos.
    2. No traction type devices.
  1. Clutch/Flywheel
    1. Any to fit Bert. Brinn or Falcon
    2. Automatics must use a safety blanket.
  1. Drive shaft
    1. Must be painted white or silver.
    2. Must have a safety loop.
  1. Rear end
    1. Any rear end or gear permitted.
    2. No sprint type rear.
    3. No titanium parts allowed.

 

  1. Safety
    • No aluminum frames or cages.
    • Must have a working fire extinguisher.
    • Must have aluminum approved racing seat and a five-point harness.
    • No passenger side windows.
    • All weight must be painted white, bolted on the car with locking type nuts and have the car number painted on it.
    • Minimum diameter of bolts for added weight must be ½ inch diameter with lock nut.
    • Helmets and fire suits will be worn ANY time you enter the track.
    • Must have a window net to race.
  2. Suspension
    • Any type of suspension OK.
  3. Roll Cage

A.     Steel round tubing 1 ½ inch.  Three door bars on the left and at least two on the right side.

    1. Roll bar padding must be used anywhere the driver may come in to contact with bars and cause injury.
  1. Wheels

A.     14-inch aluminum wheels OK.

    1. Hoosier 1300 or harder. Numbers must be on tire from factory.
  1. Numbers

A.     Only 0-99 will be scored.

    1. 18 inches tall on both sides of the car and roof numbers must be read from the passenger side of the car.
    2. All numbers must be readable from the score tower. (You will be notified if we can’t read it).
  1. Shocks

A.       Any shock OK

16..  Fuel Cells

A.     All cars must have an approved fuel cell.

  1. Bodies

A.    All cars must have complete body to start race.

B.     Must have stock appearing rubber type nose.

C.     All bodies must be approved by the tech official.

  1. Bumpers

A.     Steel bumpers shall be made as to NOT project outward in an unsafe manner.

  1. Glass

A.     No glass on car except for a mirror.

  1. Spoiler

A.     Rear spoiler must be Lexan, steel or aluminum.

    1. 8 inches tall measured from deck to top of spoiler.  May float spoiler 1-½ inches over rear deck.
    2. The spoiler must begin where the quarter panel ends.  No extended decks permitted.
    3. No more than three spoiler supports and they must not be taller than the spoiler.
  1. Roof and Side Panels

A.     Roof size is 44 inches minimum and 54 inches’ maximum.

    1. Height is 45 to 48 inches from the ground for roof.
    2. Roof is to mounted as level as possible for chassis being used.  Tech official must approve all bodies.
    3. All side (sail) panels must extend to the edge of the body.  Max size is 17 inches at the top and 44 inches at the bottom.  Maximum bow in the side panel is 2 ½ inches.
  1. Car Construction Infraction Penalties

A.     You may be given a simple warning!

    1. You may be asked to correct the infraction by the next week.
    2. You may be assessed a weight penalty of 50 to 100 lbs.
    3. You may be disqualified when found or noticed with an infraction.
    4. No in car jacking devices or traction control devices of any kind.
  1. Purpose of Rules

A.     These rules are general.  If something is not mentioned it may still be prohibited for use.  Some performance related equipment or modifications are not legal and the tech official will have the final word in these instances.  Unauthorized cars, parts and equipment will not be considered approved by reason of having passed through technical inspection.

 

 

 

2021

Sportsman Division  

  1. Driver must be at least 16 years old and have parents/guardians consent.
  2. CAR TYPE
    1. Must be American made with a wheelbase of no less than 105”.  No station wagons.
    2. Weight will be 2900 lbs. with the driver at the end of the race for stock front-end cars.
    3. Front clip. Stock clip, no offset, hoop bar is even on both sides of car and chassis. Three (3) link rear. Trailing arm, leaf spring or completely stock as from factory allowed. Tube clip add 50 lbs in front of rear engine plate. Offset hoop bar add 50 lbs to car.
    4. GM 350 cubic inch plus .060 over, Ford 351 cubic inch plus .060 over and Chrysler 360 cubic inch with .060 over. May use new E Q Head.
    5. Factory production automotive type cast iron 2-barrel intake or Edelbrock 2101 with no modifications to enhance performance.
    6. 500 CFM 2 barrel Holley carb only.  Must have a 500 CFM base.  Must pass bore gage.  One-inch spacers to mount carb and 2 gaskets only (.065 thick).
    7. Street production heads only, no porting or port matching.  Ports must have casting marks.  Angle plug heads on Fords and Chryslers only.  May use World Products Sportsman II heads with straight or angle plug for Chevy.
    8. May use an aftermarket oil pan.
    9. May use roller rockers and stud girdle (ratio 1.5 for Chevy and 1.6 for Ford).  Factory production heads.  May use any after market rod.
    10. No roller cams or roller fuel pump rods.
    11. Stock production flywheels and clutch set-up.  May run aftermarket starter.  Bell housing must have a 1-inch inspection hole or inspection plate. 
    12. May use headers.  No 180-degree or Zoomies allowed.
    13. May use duel point distributor or electronic.  May use MSD ignition.
    14. May use aftermarket rods and cranks if approved by tech official.
    15. Straight shift transmission only,  no automatics. After market transmissions such as Bert, Brinn or Falcon, add 100 lbs to total weigh of car.
    16. multi disk Clutch. 7 1/4 inch.  
    17. #1 spark plug must be even or in front of ball joint.
  3. FRAME
    1. May use aftermarket upper A frames.   Lower to remain as stock as possible.
    2. Shocks must be mounted as close to original as possible.  Racing shocks OK.  Coil overs permitted. No canister type shocks.
    3. Jacking bolts may be used.
    4. All holes in firewall shall be covered in case of fire or hot water.  Tech official will have complete direction.
    5. May use aftermarket panhard bar.
    6. May use stock type chassis.  May reinforce for safety.  No offset allowed.  May use 2x3 square or round tubing for the rear clip starting from the center of the frame rail over the rear end to the rear of the car.  Tubing must follow the original frame shape but may go straight back for tire clearance.  May use front to rear tube chassis.
    7. May use duel master cylinders, proportion valves but you must use stock brake calipers.
    8. May use Ford 9-inch rear end under a GM, Chrysler or Ford.  No spring loaded or adjustable upper or lower arms.  May run a 3-link setup.  May use quick change. No sprint type rears.
    9. Firewall may be altered from stock however, must remain in stock location.
    10. Leaf spring rear, coil spring rear and 3-link rear permitted. May use center link rod (spring or biscuit).  Leafs may use shock or rod type.  Truck arm suspension permitted.  May use quick change, no sprint type rears.
    11.  No 4 link rear suspension.
  4. BODY
    1. Any American made passenger style body (no compacts).
    2. Bodies may be aftermarket. Aluminum or steel except for hood, it may be fiberglass with a 4 inch scoop.  Tech official will have complete control of this matter.
    3. May use rubber front and rear covers.
    4. Right floor may be raised for headers.
    5. 8 inch spoiler.
  5. SAFETY
    1. Must use roll cage around drivers compartment.  Cage must be 1 1/2  inch black iron or steel tubing.
    2. There must be at least 2 door bars in the driver’s side of the car and at least 2 door bars in the passenger side.
    3. Roll bars may extend from the firewall forward.  Roll bars recommended from the firewall to the rear of the car.
    4. Must have at least 3 bars in the driver’s area of the windshield.
    5. All ballast must be painted white with the car number on it.
    6. All doors, hood and deck lids must be fastened shut.
    7. Seat belts are mandatory, must have shoulder harness and window net.
    8. Safety hubs may be used on front.
    9. Must have working fire extinguisher and a fire suit.
    10. Must have a fuel cell and it must be in a metal case.
    11. Must have blow proof bell housing.
    12. No glass on the car except front and rear windshields and a mirror.
  6. TIRES AND RIMS
    1. May use 10 inch rims, may use wide five style wheels. Offset of rims will be the same on both sides of the car.  May use steel bead lock rims.
    2. Must have same width rim on all four corners.
    3. Hoosier tires 1300 or harder. No tire shall durometer 38 or softer at end of race.
  7. PROTEST RULE
    1. The driver must make protest for violation of rules only.
    2. Time limit is 15 minutes after the checkered flag for that race.  $300.00 cash only.  Engine protest only.
    3. Driver can protest the car that finishes in front of him or her ON THE TRACK.
    4. Track retains the right to protest a car that it deems to be illegal at any time.
    5. Any car found illegal twice would loose all points.
    6. You may protest a driver that finishes in front of you for P & G, the fee is $300.00.
    7. Protest must be written and given to the tech official after the race.
  8. GENERAL
    1. Any item not covered in this set of rules does not mean that it is legal to use.
    2. Bill Sawyer's Speedway Sportsman cars must run their engine and carburetor rules to compete at Dixieland Speedway in the Sportsman Class..

 

 

 

 

2021

SUPER FOUR

 

1. Type

 A. Any four cylinder American or foreign made vehicle sold in the USA, cars or trucks. Rear wheel drive vehicles only. May run tube chassis car, must obey tube chassis rules. In case of a question about the type of vehicle, the track will be the final authority.

 B. All shocks and springs must be mounted in the general location. May make modifications for clearance. Shocks may be aftermarket. No canister style shocks. Shocks cannot be adjustable. Shock cannot cost more than $250.00 new, not used.

C. May use aftermarket springs they must be mounted in the original position. Spring buckets may be sized to fit the springs. Jacking bolts may be used. May use coil over or conventional springs.

D. Leaf spring vehicles may use spring shackles. They cannot exceed 5 inches measured from center hole to center hole and can be adjustable.  Both sides do not have to be bolted even. Lowering blocks may be used. 

E. Strut frontend vehicles may make necessary alterations to suspension to obtain positive or   negative camber. May use camber/caster plates

F. May use pan hard bar or J-Bar system on rearend. 

G. Vehicle must have front and rear bumpers. May replace original bumper with tubing. Front bumper/bar must be covered.

H. Wheels may not exceed 10 inches in width. Any offset is OK but all rims on the car must have the same offset and width. . May use bead lock rims.

I.  Wheel spacers allowed.

J. Any brand tire OK. Any compound OK.

K. Bodies may be stock metal, fiberglass or sheet metal. Rear of car may be open. Rear spoiler may not exceed 8 inched in height and must not extend out past rear decking of body(may be metal or Lexan)

L. Sheet metal may be used inside of the car to close in around driver and/or for covering roll bars.

M. All cars must display numbers on both sides of cars and roof numbers that can be read from the outside of the track.

N. No external rub rails of any kind.

2. MOTOR/TRANSMISSION/REAREND

A. Max of 4 cylinders in line, 16 valves engines not allowed(2 valves per cylinder max).  Must be stock for model being used (Ford 2000 or 2300 + .060, 2500 + .060.) (Toyota 2400 + .060). Cannot use duel overhead cam.

B. Any header allowed

C. INTAKES Stock production intakes only(no aftermarket), no porting, port matching or polishing allowed. May use up to 2 inch spacer plate to mount carb (not including gasket and/or carburetor adaptor). Gaskets can be no more than .065 inch thick. May make necessary modifications to the intake to accept the Holley 2 barrel carburetor only.

D. IGNITION May run stock distributor or a MELS distributor. Aftermarket ignitions are OK(MSD ignition is allowed). No crank triggered ignitions allowed.

E. May run 350 or 500 Holley carb with a 500 cfm Holley base or smaller. May remove choke and air horn. Must pass bore gauge.

F. No roller cams allowed. Must be hydraulic or solid cams only.

G. HEAD Stock production heads only. Heads must have casting marks. Any race competition three angle valve job allowed. May resurface any amount. No porting or polishing of head. No port matching. No cutting for over size valves. Must use stock size valve for engine being used. May use any steel valve spring/lock and retainer.

H. PISTON May use any stock type flat top piston (may have valve relief). Toyota May use .125 max. dome piston. Blocks may be bored (+ .060 max) and decked any amount. Stroke must remain stock for engine being used.  No stroking or de-stroking of the engine. 

I. CRANK Crank may be lightened and balanced. No aftermarket cranks allowed.               

J. ROD May use any length aftermarket steel rod (cannot use aluminum rods).

K. Three, four or five speed manual transmission or automatic (Cannot use aftermarket transmission ie Brinn).

L. May run any aftermarket racing flywheel and clutch assembly.

M. May use any rearend up 9 inch. May use quick-change type rearend. No sprint type rearend allowed. Any gear allowed, may weld spider gears or use any mini spool or any locker system allowed.

N. May use any breaking system available. Can run drums or disc brake system. Aftermarket allowed.

3. FUEL AND WEIGHT

A. Must run track spec fuel. No alcohol or Nitrous allowed.

B. Stock chassis car minimum weight is 2000 LB. Must weight 1 LB per CC.

C. Tube chassis car must weight minimum 2400 LB. Must weight 1 LB per CC after 2400 CC.

D. No car will be allowed to go down to the bottom and pick up mud after race for weight; you will be subject to disqualification.

4. SAFETY

A. Helmet and fire suit are mandatory.

B. Roll cage 1 inch minimum tubing. 3 door bars with gussets in driver and passenger doors. Loop bar behind driver. 1 horizontal bar across dash from side to side. Bars must be welded from main hoop bar to go through to trunk area and around fuel cell for protection. Front bar may be used around engine compartment to protect engine and radiator.

C. Fuel cell mandatory installed in a metal box. A firewall must be installed between the driver and the fuel cell.

D. Racing seat required. 5-point harness required.

E. May use mirrors. Must be securely mounted inside of car. May use radios.

F. All ballast/weight must be painted white and have the car number on it.

5. PROTEST RULE

A. A driver may file an engine protest within 15 minutes of the finish of the race.  Protesting driver must put up $300 and a written protest of the item being protested. The driver being protested must put up $100 acceptance fee. If the engine part is found legal, $300 goes to the driver being protested and $100 goes to the points fund. If found Illegal, the protesting driver receives their $300 back and the $100 acceptance fee goes to points fund.

B. A driver may protest only the car finishing directly in front of him or her physically on the track.

C. A P&G protest will be $300 with a $100 acceptance fee.

D. Any vehicle found illegal will lose all points and money for the event.  If the same driver is found illegal twice in the same season, they will lose all points earned to date.

5. General

A. Any item not listed in the rules does not deem it legal, if in doubt check with the tech official.

B. A guest may race at Dixieland Speedway if approved by the class. If the car does not meet the rules set forth, they will not receive points but will be awarded money. This rule is intended for a visiting car and is not intended to allow illegal cars to run on a weekly basis.

Tube Chassis Cars

1. All tube chassis cars must weight 2400 lb. minimum. Cars will still have the pound per CC. rule. Example: Car with 2330 CC engine will weight 2400 lb., car with 2530 CC engine will weight 2530 lb. Any motor over 2400 cc will weight 1 LB per CC.

2. Shock rule – No canister style shocks allowed, no adjustable shocks allowed. Shocks cannot cost more than $250.00 per shock, new price not used.

3. No 4 link cars allowed.

4. No springs on rear lower control arms.

 

2021

SUPER STREET

  1. Driver must be 14 years old with parent/guardian consent.
  2. CAR TYPE
    1. Must be American made with a wheelbase of no less than 107 inches,  No station wagons.
    2. Weight will be 3000 lbs. with driver at the end of the race.  No fuel added for weight.
    3. Roof, rear quarters and rear deck must be stock appearing sheet metal.  May fabricate front fenders and doors (must be stock appearing).
    4. May use front and rear bumper covers.
    5. Steel bumpers must have curved edges turned into the car.
    6. No late model style front ends.
    7. No canister shocks.

 

  1. ENGINES
    1. Engine will remain stock reconditioned or new stock type replacement components.
    2. Stock ignition systems. May use MSD ignition.
    3. After market or stock rods and stock stroke crank shaft only. Tech official must approve any after market rods and cranks.
    4. Must run a Holley 500 2 barrel carb only.
    5. Holley’s must have a 500 cfm base.
    6. May use roller rockers 1.5 for Chevy and 1.6 for Ford.  No roller cams permitted.
    7. May use stud girdle, screw in studs and guide plates.
    8. Stock production flywheel and clutch assembly.  No triple disc or couplers.  Stock starters only and must have a scatter shield.  Must have a 5-inch inspection hole to check flywheel and clutch.  May use hydraulic clutch.
    9. Automatic transmissions must have a working torque converter.
    10. Any flattop or dish replacement piston.
    11. Street stock production heads only, angle plug heads on Ford and Chrysler only.  Heads must have casting marks in the ports. May use World Product sportsman II heads, cast iron only. May use new E Q Head.
    12. No porting, polishing or port matching.
    13. May use claimer type oil pan.
    14. No gear drives.  No roller fuel pump rods and no Nitrous.   Headers allowed.  No  Zoomies allowed.
    15. Stock type brake master cylinder.  May use  brake proportion valves.  May run  disk brakes.
    16. GM 350 cubic inch, Ford 351 cubic inch, Chrysler 360 cubic inch plus .060 over bore for all.
    17. Factory automotive production cast iron 2-barrel intake only.
  2. FRAMES
    1. Top A frame may be tube type, lower A frame must be stock,
    2.   MAY USE DISC BRAKES.
    3. May use floating ford rear end for all type cars.
    4. Shocks must be mounted as close to original as possible.
    5. Jacking bolts are permitted.
    6. May lock rear gear,
    7. Must cover firewall holes for safety, floor pans may be covered.
    8. Tracking width must be stock for make and model of car.
  3. SAFETY
    1. Must use roll cage around drivers compartment.  Cage must be 1 ¾ inch black iron or steel tubing (.090) minimum.  There must be at least 2 door bars in drives side and passenger side of the car.  Roll bars may extend from the firewall forward and roll bars are recommended from the rear firewall to the rear of the car.  All bumpers must be stock appearing or may use bumper covers.  All doors, hoods and deck lid must be fastened shut.  All cars will have a tow chain welded on the front and rear of the car.  Must have at least 3 bars in the driver’s windshield area.
    2. A 5-point harness is mandatory.  Must have a fire suit. Must have a window net.  Must wear a helmet.
    3. Fuel cells are mandatory and they must be in a metal can and be protected with roll bars.
    4. Only 1 mirror allowed.  No glass except front and rear windshield.
    5. All fender wells must have folded edges to protect cars.
    6. No sharp steel edges for front or rear bumpers must be folded into car.
    7. Safety hubs may be used on the front of the car.
    8. Must have a working fire extinguisher.
    9. All ballast must be painted white and have the car number painted on it.
  4. TIRES AND RIMS
    1. Tires will be track spec tires only.  Rims shall not exceed 8 ½ inches in width.  Steel bead locks permitted.
    2. Same rim width on all four corners.  Same offset on both side. 
  5. PROTEST
    1. Protest for violation must be filed by the driver only and it must be within 15 minutes of the completion of the race.
    2. $300 cash only for the engine protest only.  If the engine is found to be legal the fee of $150 will go to the driver being protested and $150 will go to the points fund.
    3. Drivers may protest the car that finishes physically ahead of him or her on the racetrack.
    4. The track retains the right to protest any car.  Any car found illegal twice in a single season will loose all points received up to that point.
    5. Any car found to be illegal or who refuses protest will loose money and points for the protested event.
    6. IF an item is not covered in the rules, it does not make it legal, check with the tech official if in doubt.
    7. A driver may P&G the car finishing in front of him or her for $300.
    8. Protests must be in writing and given to the tech official.

 

 

 

2021

                                                                         STOCK FOUR

  1. Driver must be at least 14 years old with parent/guardian consent.
  2. Must wear a helmet and a fire suit.
  3. Must have a window net.
  1. CAR TYPE
    1. May be American or foreign made 4 cylinder front wheel drive only.
    2. Must be compact or intermediate type only.
    3. Must have dash and stock interior except where roll bars are placed.
    4. Drivers compartment must be closed off from gas tank and battery.  Check with tech for approval.
    5. No modifications for chassis or front end.
    6. All springs and shocks must be stock and in original position height etc.
    7. All glass to be removed except windshield and mirror.
    8. All doors must be welded shut.  May be cut down for driver entry.
    9. Roll bars must be 1 ½ steel tubing.  4-point cage with 2 door bars in each door from front to rear.  Top of cage needs a cross over bar from rear of driver to front of passenger side of roof.  (Halo bar)  No conduit will be used for roll cage.
    10. 5-point safety harness required.
  1. This is an entry-level class only and track may disqualify any driver suspected of previous racing experience in stock cars.
  2. K. No roll bars may be placed in front of firewall.
  3. L. Air cleaners must remain under hood, no outside protrusion.
  4. M. Engine stock for type car being used. No turbo allowed.
  5. Engine must remain stock appearing.
  6. Any car engine considered to be fully modified will not run in Stock 4 class but will run with the Super Four class. This will be determined by lap times and number of wins.