p. 13 Top
Sportsman and p. 15 Top Dragster: Delete the following from the first
paragraph. “Competitors may dial quicker between rounds, but may dial no slower
than .10 beyond the slowest qualified car.” Competitors may dial any number
they wish provided it is quicker than the posted maximum limitation for each
p. 70 Jr
Dragster: Engine: Add the following to the accepted engine list. “ Briggs and
Stratton 206 factory sealed crate engine. The crate engine must maintain un-tampered hologram seal installed at the factory. No alterations or modifications to Briggs & Stratton 206 crate engine permitted except for installation of exhaust header and air filter."
p. 69 Jr. Dragster Master: Change the following word to the end of the sentence in the middle of the paragraph: One warning will be issued if a competitor runs an elapsed time of 7.70 "or quicker or 85 mph or faster."
EVENT CLAIMS & DIVISIONAL FORMAT CLARIFICATION
Competitors in all divisions must have a minimum of 4 claims from
events within the respective divisional schedule. Wild card events may not be
used as the only source of in division claims. Wild card events are designed to
help competitors living in certain regions, where Summit Pro-Am events are less
concentrated, compete for a division championship while keeping costs of travel
at a minimum. They are not intended to replace actual competition at the events
within a division. At least 2 of the 4 mandated points claiming events in any
division must be from events physically located within the division.
Due to its geographic location and the costs associated with traveling
to any out of division events, the Border Bandits divisional schedule will
continue to be limited to 4 in-division claiming events to determine the end of
the season points. As was the case since inception of Division 6, there will be
no out of division claims factored into any scores.
p. 5 Summit
Tournament of Champions: Under participant guideline delete the following
from number 2: “(less any division champions – see below).”
p. 20 Super Stock:
Engine: Change overbore from .075 to .080 in the section.
p. 26 Super Stock
Production: Engine: Change overbore from .075 to .080 in the section.
p. 42 Stock: Engine:
Change overbore from .075 to .080 in the section.
p. 44 Stock:
Upholstery: Add the following references for front seats to the section.
Delete all other reference to front seats in the section.
“Full-size aftermarket or corporate OEM front seats
permitted; must be upholstered and properly supported.”
This group is limited to any unaltered 2008 or newer foreign
or domestic, production type automobile or truck that is street driven with
proof of registration, vehicle insurance with valid license plates. These
vehicles are limited to street events, test & tune and select import
events. Competition in the facilities normal weekly ET bracket series under
these parameters is prohibited.
These vehicles may run provided all of the criteria listed
within this section is verified prior to participation. Unaltered 2008 OEM
model year and newer production cars running slower than 10.00 and 135 mph do
not have to meet the requirements and specifications for the Summit Sportsman
ET safety rules except for the following: Convertibles and T-top entries must
meet the minimum specifications listed in ET Bracket section for roll bar and
roll cage requirement. Vehicles must pass all state highway safety requirements
in which the vehicle is registered prior to acceptance.
The vehicles OEM installed anti lock brakes, airbag function
and seat belts as well as any other related system must be functional as per
the manufacturers specifications at all times.
All drivers must utilize helmet and protective clothing
requirements as per the minimum specifications outlined in the 2013 IHRA
rulebook under the ET bracket section starting on page 61.