“THE LIST”

There will be two lists running every other Wednesday evening. Meaning both list will not run on the same Wednesday .

SUPER STREET RULES

Heads Up, Instant Green

  1. Vehicle must be registered
  2. Vehicle must have current inspection sticker
  3. Vehicle must have FULL factory interior
    • No race seats
    • All factory glass
    • No alteration to stock suspension
    • Aftermarket control arms OK, must use stock mounting points
    • No aftermarket coilover suspension
    • No altered wheelwells
  4. Must have full exhaust – mufflers with tailpipes
    • Race mufflers OK
    • Turbo cars not exempt
  5. All vehicles require a radial tire
    • Drag radial approved on FWD and RWD only
    • AWD – No drag radials allowed
  6. No skinny front or rear tires on non drive wheels
    • Must use factory size wheel
  7. ABSOLUTELY no trailers – Must drive in and out of gate
    • No tow vehicles allowed on property
  8. If you have a mechanical failure or miss a scheduled event you may keep your spot until the next event. If you miss the second consecutive event you may be bypassed a maximum of 3 spots. After 3 events you will be removed from the list
  9. After “THE LIST” has been established the 10 spot can only be called out twice in one evening
  10. If you lose a race you must defend your spot before challenging up again. If you defend your spot and win challenging up again can be must be mutually agreed upon during that evening. If no agreement can be made the call out stands for the next race
  11. Vehicles that are in violation of the published safety rules, as outlined by the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) will be subject to disqualification at the sole and absolute discretion of New England Dragway. These include, but are not limited to roll bars, driver credentials, etc.

STREET OUTLAW RULES

Heads up, Instant Green

  1. Vehicle must be registered
  2. Vehicle must have current inspection sticker – Rejection sticker for emissions OK
  3. Vehicle must run on E-85, Gasoline, or Diesel
    • Race Gas OK
    • Methanol injection OK
    • No Exceptions
  4. Driver and passenger windows must operate
  5. Stock appearing front interior.
    • Must have door panels
    • Complete carpet required – No bare floors
  6. DOT tire only – Bias or Radial any size
  7. Trailers are allowed on property
  8. Mufflers required
    • All exhaust must terminate within a minimum of 18″ of rear axle
    • Turbo cars are not exempt
  9. If you have a mechanical failure or miss a scheduled event you may keep your spot until the next event. If you miss the second consecutive event you may be bypassed a maximum of 3 spots. After 3 events you will be removed from the list
  10. After “THE LIST” has been established the 10 spot can only be called out twice in one evening
  11. If you lose a race defending your spot you must defend your spot before challenging up again. Challenging up again must be mutually agreed upon for that evening. If no agreement can be made the call out stands for the next race
  12. Road Trip Challenge
    • If you feel that your competitor is not a true “STREET” car, you may challenge them to a road trip. The road trip challenge must go through the Race Master. The Race Master has the final decision. Both vehicles will then be required to make the road trip. The road trip will be between 4 and 10 miles long and you will have a time limit set on how long you will have to complete the road trip. Once you complete the road trip you will be required to make your run without refueling and without cool down time. If you refuse to take the road trip you will be removed from the list. Everyone below your position will move up one and the #10 spot will be filled by a qualifying run-off on a selected race night.
  13. Vehicles that are in violation of the published safety rules, as outlined by the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) will be subject to disqualification at the sole and absolute discretion of New England Dragway. These include, but are not limited to roll bars, driver credentials, etc.

 

Sanctioned by the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA)