2011 Renegade Rules - Thunder Mountain Raceway

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					               Thunder Mountain Raceway
        2011 Renegade Sport Stock Rules
 A. Must be at least 15 years old prior to race date.
 B. Must show proof of age (birth certificate) if minor. Must have signed, notarized
    “Parental Consent Release and Waiver of Liability, Assumption of Risk, and
    Indemnity Agreement” on file at TMR before a minor is allowed on the track.
 C. All cars must have racing seat with headrest. It must be fastened to roll-cage, not
    just bolted to floorboards. Aluminum seats only.
 D. Five-point safety belts sub-belt, shoulder harness required. No homemade belts.
    Safety belts must be securely mounted to the roll cage. (NO MORE THAN 3 YEARS
 E. Helmet rated SA2005, or newer with full face shield or goggles.
 F. Full size (minimum of 16in X 20in) driver side window net required. No string type
    net allowed. Window net must be mounted so that the latch is at the front top of
 G. SFI approved full fire suit of flame retardant nature must be worn.
 H. Fire retardant neck brace, gloves and shoes are required. Fire retardant head sock
    is highly recommended.
 I. Roll bar padding is required in driver compartment (Fire retardant padding is
 J. Kill switch required to be marked clearly ON and OFF and within easy reach of the
 K. Fully charged Dry Chemical or CO2 Fire Extinguisher is mandatory in pit area or
    securely mounted in car within reach of driver. Fire extinguisher must be 2 ½
    pound minimum.

 A. Stock American or foreign made rear wheel drive passenger cars or trucks with
    Sunroofs and t-tops must be reinforced or enclosed.
 B. Car must weigh at least 2,000 pounds.

 A. 2600cc Max…Four cylinder engine.
 B. Engine must be stock for make and model.
 C. Motor mounts on engine must be in original stock location.
 D. May use aftermarket intake. Exhaust must extend past the fire wall. Headers are
    allowed. (Exceptions approved by Class Official).
 E. All cars must run a two-barrel carburetor. Note: Carburetor can be claimed for
 F. Mufflers are mandatory and must have same size outlet as inlet. No gutting.
 G. No fuel injection of any kind.
 H. NO ALUMINUM HEADS. (Clarified for 2010 season).

 A. Cars must have full bodies including hood, fenders, deck lid, and bumpers.
    Unibodies must be tied front frame to rear frame.
 B. Bodies must be steel and remain stock appearing for year, make and model. No
    chopping, channeling, shortening, or sectioning permitted. May have inner panels
 C. Truck bed must be enclosed with toneau cover and may have 12-inch spoiler near
    tailgate that is no wider than the tailgate.
 D. The original cowl, radiator support, hood, and trunk lids can be gutted. Complete
    floorboards and truck floors must remain intact with all unnecessary holes covered.
    No holes in hood. Must have a minimum of (6) ½ inch drain holes drilled under and
    around fuel cell to allow spilled fuel to escape.
 E. A metal firewall must separate the driver from the trunk area.
 F. Inner front fender wells may be removed.
 G. Fenders and quarter panels may be trimmed at the wheel openings for clearance of
    tires (MAX 4in) from original opening. No sharp edges exposed.
 H. Doors must be welded or bolted shut at all times. Hoods and deck lids must be
    securely fastened with pins.
 I. Head and tail light openings must be covered.
 J. Hubcaps, wheel weights, outside chrome, outside door handles, upholstery, all
    glass, and mirrors must be removed.
 K. Must have minimum of 3 windshield bars in front of driver’s area. Maximum spacing
    of 4 inches.
 L. Rub rails no bigger than 1inch flush with body, from fender well to fender well, and
    painted to match car.
 M. Bumpers to remain in stock location. Plastic bumpers may be replaced with any
    OEM bumper. Front and rear bumpers capped to fender. No external reinforcement
    or extensions.
 N. Hook up chains must be securely fastened, front and rear, for tow truck
 O. No missing or severely damaged sheet metal allowed.
 P. No interior tinning allowed. No enclosing of passenger side or under body.
 Q. Maximum 5 inch tall tail pieces, spoilers or hood scoops.

 A. Any radiator may be used, but must be mounted in front of engine.
 B. Radiator protectors permitted, a 2 inch O.D. maximum, no more than 4 inches in
    front of radiator’s stock location.

 A. No transmitting or listening devices permitted in the car. No electronic monitoring
    computer devices capable of storing or transmitting information. Tach is permitted.
 B. Battery must be securely fastened behind driver in trunk or bed area. Must be
    secured in a Marine type metal or plastic container.
 C. Kill switch mandatory on left side or center of dash clearly marked ON and OFF.
 D. All cars must be self-starting. Vehicles must start under their own power and be
    running when they leave the pit area for each race.
 E. No digital gauges, electronic traction control devices, or adjustable control boxes
 F. MSD boxes allowed. Aftermarket ignitions and distributors OK. NO MAGNITOS.
 G. No traction control devices controlled electronically or otherwise allowed.

 A. Race gas permitted.
 B. Fuel cells are mandatory. Maximum of 22 gallons. Must be securely mounted in
    trunk of car and strapped four ways with metal straps, 1 inch wide by 1/8 inch
    thick. Fuel cells must be enclosed in metal container. Truck fuel cells must be
    mounted in bed between wheel wells. Fuel cells that are below truck level must
    have a minimum of two .125 inch thickness solid steel straps that are 2 inches wide
    around entire fuel cell.
 C. No outside fillers.
 D. Stock gas tanks must be removed.
 E. No plastic fuel lines. Fuel lines through driver’s compartment must be in steel pipe
    or conduit.
 F. No fuel filters allowed in driver’s compartment. Only one standard fuel filter is
    allowed between fuel cell and carburetor.
 G. No performance enhancing additives. Penalty for illegal fuel will result in a loss of
    season points, 30 day suspension, and a $200.00 fine.
 H. Check-valve is required in fuel cell.
 A. Transmission must have reverse gear and all forward gears. Driver must be able to
    engage care in gear and move forward & backward while motor is running. Must be
    able to shift without adjusting seat belt.
 B. Must have scatter shields with standard transmissions & blanket for automatic
    transmissions. Must be placed between floorboard and transmission. Must be
    approved by Tech.
 C. No transmission or oil coolers mounted inside of car.
 D. Driveline loop required. Must be located within 12 inches of front universal joint.
 E. Drive shaft must be painted white.
 F. Locked rear ends required. Bearing retainers must be tack welded. Note: Any axle
    loss due to failure to tack weld will result in a $50.00 fine.
 G. Front and rear suspensions must be of original type.
 H. Original shocks may be replaced with heavy-duty shocks or racing shocks in original
    mount. No air shocks allowed. Only one shock per wheel is permitted.
 I. Quick steers are allowed.
 J. Aftermarket clutch and flywheel assemblies will be permitted.

 A. 6-point type cage is required. Must be frame mounted in at least six places and
    angle braced. Gusting may be required.
 B. All tubing must be a minimum of 1 ½ inch O.D. and a minimum of .095 wall
    thickness. Roll cage bars subject to maximum of 3/16 inch hole drilled to check
 C. Bars must be bolted or welded to frame to the satisfaction of Tech official.
 D. Three horizontal door bars of at least 1 ½ inch O.D. tubing located at approximately
    seat height, running from front roll bar to rear roll bar. Must be installed on driver’s
    side of car. Three horizontal bars also required on passenger side of car. Ladder
    type bracing is required on horizontal bars on driver’s side. An addition bar must be
    welded to the top of roll cage running from left side to right side, front to rear
    diagonally. A horizontal bar must be installed between the two front vertical bars at
    dash height.
 E. Unibody cars that have no frame with which to attach roll-bars must use steel
    plates 6 X 6 X 3/16 inches thick and a backing plate under the floorboard of the
    same size.
 F. No water pipe allowed.
 G. Roll bars in driver’s area must be padded.

   A. Any DOT street tire NOT exceeding 8 inches wide may be used. No aggressive mud
      treads are allowed. Hoosier and Goodyear racing tires are acceptable.
   B. Steel wheels only, 8 inch max width. Stock type wheels must be reinforced on right
      side. No extreme bead racing wheels.
   C. Bead locks for right side will be allowed. (This is a change from 1/9/2006).
   D. No softening, conditioning, sipping, or grooving is permitted.

   A. Must have 4 hydraulic brakes in good operating condition.
   B. No shut-off valves or bias valves of any kind.

   A. Car must be colorfully painted.
   B. Car must have an officially assigned number(s) on both side doors and roof.
   C. Numbers must be legible in all light conditions, and have contrasting colors from
      body. Rear deck numbers are optional.
   D. Numbers must be at least 15 inches high and 3 inches wide. No letters permitted
      for scoring purposes.

   A. Any added weight will be painted white with the car number clearly marked in
   B. Weights must be securely mounted and approved by Tech.

These rules are as they were agreed to in 2006 and have been in effect since that date.
They have been re-typed due to blurring of copies and can be compared to the original
rules. The only addition is the section dealing with weights.

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