Street Night Rules and Info

Wednesday WGIR Rock 101 Street Nights & Friday Tasca Mod Shop/WHEB Street Nights

Admission
Racer                                      $25
Co-Driver                                $15
Restricted area crew              $15
Spectator    Adult 16 + up     $10
Junior 11-15                            $5
Children 10 & under free with a ticketed adult

Pit Gate opens at 5 pm.                        Racing starts at 6 pm.               Race until 10 pm

Racers should arrive no later than 8:45 pm.  Tech, credentials, and gas shack close promptly at 9 pm

Staging lanes closing time will be dependent on number of cars in the lanes to accommodate a 10 pm curfew.

No warnings for missing or improper safety equipment you will not be allowed back on the track, no refunds or rain check issued.

If 2 hours of racing, in succession or combined, during the night has not occurred racers will be rain checked.

Wednesday & Friday Street Night Program

Snowmobiles, Junior Dragsters and ATV’s may not compete on Wednesday Street Night, but may participate in the Friday Street Night program. Except as noted above Street Nights are open to both cars and motorcycles excluding dragsters, altereds and roadsters. Following are some basic rules, which must be adhered to. Additional information regarding safety requirements is contained in NED Racer Handbook, (available at credentials and on-line) as well as the current NHRA Rule Book.

General Safety Requirements

Cars & Trucks:

  • Vehicles must comply with safety and equipment requirements as outlined by the current NHRA Rulebook.
  • Slicks allowed on Wednesday & Friday night.
  • No bald tires allowed.
  • Open exhaust not allowed. Mufflers required.
  • Co-driver allowed in all vehicles running 14.00 seconds or slower. Co-driver must meet same safety requirements as driver and purchase a wristband.
  • Seat belts are required.
  • Overflow can for radiator.
  • Battery hold down bracket.
  • Cameras must be securely mounted, may not be hand held. (this includes cell phone cameras)
  • Roll bar and fire jacket required at 11.49 and quicker for modified cars. STREET LEGAL SHOWROOM, FACTORY STOCK cars may run as quick as 10.00 at Wed. Fri. Street Legal events without an aftermarket roll bar, although it is highly recommended. (13.49 and quicker convertibles, and 11.49 and quicker T-tops cars require a roll bar)
  • Vehicles must be street legal and able to pass state safety inspection.
  • Flywheel shield required for vehicles with clutch at 11.49 and quicker
  • Drive shaft loop required at 13.99 w/slicks or 11.49 w/street tires.
  • Nitrous allowed, bottle allowed in passenger compartment with a relief valve and vented outside passenger compartment and permanently mounted.
  • Valid state driver’s license required. Learner’s permits are not acceptable.
  • NHRA Competition license required at 9.99 or quicker or 135 mph or faster.
  • Helmets (Snell 2010 or newer) required for all vehicles running 13.99 or quicker
  • Drivers and co-drivers are required to wear long pants, a short or long sleeved shirt, socks and shoes.

No shorts, No tank tops, No open toe or heel shoes.

  • Fire Jacket meeting SFI Spec 3.2A/1 mandatory for cars running 10.00 (*6.40) to 13.99 (*8.59) with non-OEM supercharged, non-OEM turbocharged, or nitrous-equipped cars with an OEM or .024-inch steel firewall.
  • One working taillight required. No strobes or flashing lights.

Motorcycles/Snowmobiles:

  • Vehicles must comply with safety and equipment requirements as outlined by the current NHRA Rulebook.
  • No slicks allowed. Street tires required (DOT Approved racing tires acceptable).
  • No bald tires allowed.
  • Open exhaust not allowed.
  • .500 Full Tree using manual start
  • Motorcycles must be street legal and able to pass state safety inspection.
  • Chain and or belt guard required.
  • Handlebars must measure at least 22” overall with grips removed.
  • Nitrous oxide permitted and must be installed according to the current NHRA Rulebook.
  • Valid state motorcycle operator’s license required. Learner’s permits are not acceptable.
  • Full face Snell 2010 helmet required. Shield mandatory (goggles prohibited)
  • Leather jacket and gloves. Gloves must be Kevlar lined or equipped with slide buttons.
  • Over the ankle leather shoes or boots.
  • Riders running 120 MPH or faster, must wear full all leather or SFI Spec 40.1/2 suit. Two-piece suits must be joined together with a zipper at the waist.
  • Kill switch and lanyard required on all motorcycles running 10.99 or faster.
  • All motorcycles and snowmobiles must have a permanent style competition number plate attached to the right side of the vehicle.
  • Snowmobiles must be equipped with OEM snow flap.
  • Snowmobiles must be equipped with flat type track.
  • Snowmobiles running 9.99 or quicker must be equipped with aftermarket asphalt competition track.
  • One working taillight required. No strobes or flashing lights.

ATV:

  • Vehicles must comply with safety and equipment requirements as outlined by the current NHRA Rulebook.
  • Limited to 1/8 mile competition with off-road tires. Must be equipped with stiff sidewall street tires for 1/4 mile competition.
  • No three -wheel vehicles allowed.
  • Chain-guard required on all entries.
  • Lanyard kill switch required for all vehicles.
  • Nitrous Oxide not permitted.
  • Front and rear brakes on all entries.
  • Full face Snell 2010 or newer helmet, full face shield, (goggles prohibited) leather jacket, over the ankle shoes or boots, denim or leather pants and leather gloves required for all riders. Gloves must be Kevlar lined or equipped with slide buttons.
  • Throttle must be located in OEM location and must operate in OEM configuration.
  • Wheelie bars are not mandatory, but highly recommended.
  • Riders running 120 MPH or faster, must wear full all leather or SFI Spec 40.1/2 suit. Two-piece suits must be joined together with a zipper at the waist.
  • Must have a permanent style competition number plate attached to the right side of the atv.
  • One working taillight required. No strobes or flashing lights.

Sanctioned by the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA)