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                                2011 BEAVER DAM RACEWAY PARK RULES
1.1    DEFINITIONS
Terms which appear throughout this Rule Book have the following meanings:

Beaver Dam
The name of “Beaver Dam Raceway Park”.

Beaver Dam Rules
The rules in this Rule Book, as amended from time to time.

Beaver Dam Officials
Team Leader, Director of Competition, Raceday Coordinator, Scorers, Flagman, Pit Stewards, or any persons serving under the direction of
Beaver Dam including track management.

Beaver Dam Technical Officials
Beaver Dam officials responsible for determining whether a car meets applicable specifications.

Event
A Beaver Dam sponsored event which includes: registration; inspection; practice; qualifying; and races.

Beaver Dam Events also include: awards banquet; car shows; and any activity in which Beaver Dam is a sponsor.

Competitor
A driver, car owner, crew member, or other person who participates in a Beaver Dam Event.

Major Infraction
Major infractions include: use of traction control; violation of cubic inch displacement, compression limit, using non-approved cylinder block,
crankshaft, connecting rods, valves, valve lifters, rocker arms, cylinder heads, intake manifold, carburetor spacer; carburetor (including altering of
stock boosters), fuel; non-approved tires & wheels; non-approved suspension & steering components; non-approved brake components; non-
approved flexplate, flywheel, torque converter, clutch & transmissions; non-approved rear end; failure to tear down car for inspection when
requested; failure to surrender to Beaver Dam any part and/or equipment found during an inspection that does not meet Beaver Dam
specifications; harassment, verbal abuse, or assault to any Beaver Dam Official, Technical Official, or any persons serving under the direction of
Beaver Dam.

Minor Infraction
An infraction that is not a Major Infraction.

Illegal Drugs
Illegal drugs are those substances or drug substances defined and prohibited by state and/or federal laws.

1.2    EFFECTIVE DATE
The Beaver Dam Rules are effective on the date of adoption by Beaver Dam, regardless of when published. Once adopted, the Beaver Dam Rules
are in effect until the end of the competition season.

1.3     AMENDMENTS
The Beaver Dam Rules may only be amended by publication of a bulletin by Beaver Dam. An amendment is effective on the date of publication
by Beaver Dam, regardless of when received by a Competitor.

1.4     APPLICABILITY
The Beaver Dam Rules are applicable to all events sponsored by Beaver Dam at Beaver Dam Raceway Park.

The 2010 2011 Beaver Dam Rules supersede all previous rules as of the Effective Date, unless previously allowed items are otherwise approved in
writing by the Beaver Dam Officials. Items previously approved must remain within the spirit of these rules. Items not addressed in previous
rules will be considered illegal.

1.5    INTERPRETATION and APPLICATION
Beaver Dam Rules are intended to ensure that Beaver Dam sponsored Events are conducted in a manner that is as fair as possible for all
Competitors.


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If there is a dispute regarding the interpretation or application of Beaver Dam Rules, the decision by Beaver Dam Officials and Technical
Officials, at the Event, is final.

Minor corrections, adjustments, and accommodations may be made by Beaver Dam Officials in the spirit rules interpretation and application to
ensure fair competition.

1.6     FINALITY of INTERPRETATION and APPLICATION
The interpretation and application of the Beaver Dam Rules by the Beaver Dam Officials at the track are final. ALL BEAVER DAM
COMPETITORS EXPRESSLY AGREE THAT DETERMINATIONS BY BEAVER DAM OFFICIALS AS TO THE INTERPRETATION AND
APPLICATION OF THE BEAVER DAM RULES ARE NON-LITIGABLE, AND THAT THEY WILL NOT INITIATE OR MAINTAIN ANY
KIND OF LITIGATION AGAINST BEAVER DAM OR ANYONE ACTING ON BEHALF OF BEAVER DAM, TO REVERSE OR MODIFY
DETERMINATIONS, OR TO RECOVER DAMAGES, OR TO SEEK ANY OTHER KIND OF RELIEF. A BEAVER DAM COMPETITOR
WHO INITIATES OR MAINTAINS LITIGATION AGREES TO REIMBURSE BEAVER DAM FOR ALL COSTS OF LITIGATION,
INCLUDING ATTORNEY'S FEES.

1.7 COMPETITOR REQUIREMENTS
1.7.1 Eligibility
Any individual is entitled to participate in a Beaver Dam Event provided that the individual has signed all required forms, waivers, & releases, and
paid the required fee(s). Any individual participating as a Competitor agrees to abide by Beaver Dam Rules as described herein.

A Competitor must participate in at least 75 percent of the scheduled Events, and display participating sponsor’s emblems, or decals, to be eligible
for any end of season awards.

To enter the pit area of a Beaver Dam Event, there is no minimum age. Minors under 18 must have an insurance waiver signed by a parent(s) or
guardian(s).

To compete in a Beaver Dam Event, a Competitor must be at least 14 years of age. Competitors under 18 and entered in competition must meet
the approval of the track staff. They may be required to start in the rear of any events for an period of time to be evaluated by the track staff.
Competitors between the ages of 14 and 18 must have a notarized insurance waiver signed by a parent(s) or legal guardian(s). Competitors in the
sport-mod division may not compete in the open modified division during the calendar season.

1.7.2     Independent Contractor Status
All Competitors are considered independent contractors and not representatives, or employees of Beaver Dam. A Beaver Dam Official who
participates in an Event is considered a Competitor while on the race track. The Competitor is responsible for compensation of, and for all actions
of, their employees or representatives. The Competitor is responsible for reporting and paying all fees, expenses, or taxes, if any, on any funds
received as a result of activities as a Competitor.

1.8       SAFETY
Racing is an inherently dangerous sport. Each Competitor assumes the risk of injury or death when he/she participates in an Event. Competitors
are solely, and directly, responsible for the safety of their race cars and racing equipment. BEAVER DAM IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
ADEQUACY OF A COMPETITORS RACE CAR OR RACING EQUIPMENT. NO EXPRESS, OR IMPLIED, WARRANTY SHALL
RESULT FROM THE PUBLICATION OF, OR COMPLIANCE, WITH THESE RULES. These rules govern the conduct of an Event, and, by
participating, Competitors are deemed to be in compliance with these rules.

All ATV’s and other power driven vehicles used in the pit area must be registered with Beaver Dam and have proof of insurance. Bicycles and
motorcycles are prohibited from the pit area.

Any minor caught riding a bicycle, scooter, or moped in the pit area will be suspended from entering the pits or competing in Beaver Dam Events
for a period determined by Beaver Dam Officials.

Open toed shoes are prohibited in the pit area. No unapproved cameras or recording devices permitted in the racecars.

1.9 DRUG POLICY
1.9.1 General Prohibition
Possession or use of illegal drugs or drug substances, as defined above, is prohibited in any form, by any Competitor, at a Beaver Dam Event,
either on the race track grounds or in any area used in the operation of the race track, such as parking lots or leased properties.

Any Competitor found in the possession of, or under the influence of, any illegal drug, or drug substances, on the race track grounds, is subject to
disciplinary action. Penalties will be imposed in accordance with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES.

1.9.2 Prescription Drugs
If a Competitor is using prescription drugs on the advice of a physician, their use must be reported to the Competition Director prior to the entry
into any race activities. Failure of a Competitor to notify of prescription drug use is subject to disciplinary action.
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                                                       TRACK PROCEDURES
2.1 GENERAL
2.1.1 Race Decisions
All decisions by Beaver Dam Officials involving track procedures are final, and non-appealable.

2.1.2 Rain Outs
Beaver Dam Officials will consult with the track owner to determine if the Event will be postponed.

In the event of a rain out prior to the opening of the pit gate, information can be obtained by calling the race track. The track phone number for
“Beaver Dam Raceway Park” is 1 (920) 887-1600.

In the event of a rain out after the pit gates are open, all qualifying races and B Main races must be completed in order to receive points and purse.
Completed races will receive full points and purse. Uncompleted A Main races will receive total points and purse for the race, divided equally
among the race cars.

Rain out passes, if issued, or wrist bands from the event, are good only for the next two (2) scheduled Events at the track where the rainout
occurred.

2.1.3 Weigh In
All drivers are encouraged to weigh their race car, prior to racing. Any race car under the allowable weight is subject to disciplinary action.
Penalties will be imposed in accordance with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES. Random weight checks may be conducted at any time. Weights will
be determined by the track scale, which is considered official.

The top five race finishers in all divisions, or as designated, must report to the Claim/Inspection Area immediately after the race.

2.1.4 Order of Events
The order of events is as follows:

3:30 PM                   Pit Gates Open
4:45 PM – 5:10 PM         Track Packing
5:15 PM – 5:50 PM         Hot Laps- as determined by the race director
6:00 PM – 6:15 PM         Drivers Meeting
6:25 PM                   National Anthem
6:30 PM                   Racing Begins

          The race order of events will be as posted on the line up board.

The order of events is subject to change at the discretion of Beaver Dam Officials. Event order changes will be posted during the race.

2.1.5 Track Packing
All cars in all divisions are required to assist in packing the track. When a division is called to pack the track, all cars in the pit area must report to
the track. Any cars that do not assist in packing the track will start all races in the last row of their race all night.

2.1.6 Drivers Meeting
All drivers, or a representative from each car, must attend the drivers meeting. Attendance may be taken. If the driver, or car representative, is
not present, the car will start all events in the rear that the car qualified for. Each car will be exempt from this rule its first night at the track to
accommodate newcomers.

2.1.7 Race Line Up
2.1.7.1 Qualifying Races
Qualifying races will be lined up according to the starting position drawn by the driver, for the first Event only. After the first Event, qualifying
races will be lined up according to average Beaver Dam driver points, with the lowest point average drivers to the front and the highest point
average drivers to the rear. Drivers without Beaver Dam points will be placed in the last row.

Any division that does not meet the requirement of 20 total registered cars, will not run the standard qualifying races, at the discretion of the
Competition Director. Divisions will be lined up for a single A Main race only, according to draw or points, with an invert of twelve (12)
positions. The remainder of the A Main race will be lined up straight up.



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2.1.7.2 B Main and A Main Races
If there are three (3) qualifying races, the top five (5) cars from each qualifying race, and the B Main race, will transfer to the A Main race. If
there are four (4) qualifying races, the top four (4) cars from each qualifying race, and the B Main race, will transfer to the A Main race. If there
are more than four qualifying races and one B Main race, the number of cars transferring to the A Main race will be determined by the Beaver
Dam Officials.

B Main races will be lined up straight up from the qualifying races with the highest finishing non-qualifying drivers to the front.

A Main races will be lined up according to Beaver Dam points standings, with the field partially inverted. When one qualifying race is run, the
top five (5) positions, in the A Main race, will be inverted. When two or five qualifying races are run, the top ten (10) positions, in the A Main
race, will be inverted. When three, four, or six qualifying races are run, the top twelve (12) positions, in the A Main race, will be inverted. The
remainder of the A Main race will be lined up straight up. Drivers without Beaver Dam points will be placed in the last invert position. If a driver
is absent for two consecutive events (excluding rainouts), they will be treated as a new driver the first week they return.

B Main race drivers transferring to the A Main race will be placed straight up behind the qualifying race drivers.

Divisions that do not meet the requirement of 20 total registered cars, at the discretion of the Competition Director, will compete in an A Main
race only, according to the following predetermined car and lap configuration:

     Sixteen (16) to twenty (20) registered cars      Twenty (20) Lap A Main
     Eleven (11) to Fifteen (15) registered cars      Fifteen (15) Lap A Main
     Ten (10), or less, registered cars               Ten (10) Lap A Main.

This configuration will be determined at the required deadline time of registration.

2.1.8 Race Lineup
All cars must be lined up in the staging area in the proper position, when the front row cars begin to move out of the staging area. Cars entering
the staging area or race field after the front row cars begin to move, must start the race at the rear in the order they join the field. Exceptions will
be made for drivers competing in more than one division per night, or a Competitor who notifies a pit steward of extenuating circumstances.

Any race car, on the track, that requires assistance (push) to start or restart a race, must start or restart the race at the rear of the field.

Midget cars showing up late to the lineup area will not be pushed off if all the available cars in the lineup area have completed push off. Midget
cars requiring a second push off must start or restart the race at the rear of the field. Alternates are not used in the Midget Car Division at Beaver
Dam Raceway.

2.1.9 Race Length
All qualifying, B Main, and A Main races subject to a time limit of one (1) minute per scheduled lap. If the race is not completed within the
allotted time, the pink Time Limit flag may be displayed.

Any single driver spinning out unassisted and causing one (1) yellow flag in a qualifying race, or two (2) yellow flags in the B Main or A Main
race, will receive a disciplinary black flag. This does not apply to a driver that spins out to avoid a wreck. A driver that spins out to avoid a wreck
and does not make contact with the wall or any other vehicle may receive their position back. The determination of whether a driver spins to
avoid a wreck is a judgment call by the flagman, which is final.

All race cars must enter the track off turn 2 only. No race car may exit the track off turn 2. Any race car that exits the track off turn 2 will be
immediately disqualified and will not be allowed to return to the track.

If slowing down and preparing to exit the track: move to the outside lane and exit off turn 3. All race cars must exit the track off turn 3 only. Any
race car that enters the track off turn 3 will be immediately disqualified.

Midget cars reentering the race track from the work area must reenter the track off turn 3, if approved by Beaver Dam Raceway Officials.

2.1.10 Car Repair
All car repairs must be performed in the pit area. Repair of cars on the track, infield, or pit lane, will result in disqualification. When entering the
pits, cars must slow to a reasonable speed. Failure to slow to a "reasonable speed" may result in disqualification. The determination of reasonable
speed is a judgment call by Beaver Dam Officials, which is final.

A car that enters the pit area, or infield, during an event will only be allowed to return to the track at the direction of a track official. No car(s) in
the A Main race may re-enter the track after lap 15 under green. Re-entry will be allowed under a yellow flag only. Cars illegally returning to the
track, will receive a disciplinary black flag, and scored last in the event.

Midget car repair will be performed in the designated work area off turn 3. Midgets will be put on a two (2) minute clock from the time the car

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enters the work area. Any midget car not ready to push off at the conclusion of the two minute time period will not be restarted. Any midget car
entering the pit area will not be restarted.

2.1.11 Testing
No in-race car testing without the permission of the pit steward. The test driver must exit the track when directed by the flagman. Failure to
follow testing provision will result in the driver starting the next race in the last row.

2.1.12 Flags
Beaver Dam Officials will use flags and/or light signals to provide information to the drivers.

2.1.12.1 Green Flag
The green flag, and/or green light, indicates the start of the race or the restart of the race after a caution period. The green flag and green light will
be displayed as the lead car(s) pass the cone line at the beginning of the front straight.

All race starts will be double file, nose to tail. (“Nose to tail” means staying in the tire tracks of the car ahead of you.) The car on the inside of the
first row controls the start of the race. A cone will be placed across the track at the beginning of the front straight. At the start of the race, all cars
must maintain their assigned starting position and may not accelerate until the front row cars have passed the cone. If the front row cars are not
within 1 car length, the race will not start. After two (2) false starts, the two front row cars will be moved to the rear of the field and the next row
of cars will be given the opportunity to properly start the race. This procedure will be repeated until the race is started properly or the Competition
Director decides to start the race single file.

All restarts will be double file, except for the leader who will be alone in the first row. All restarts will be double file until designated by the
Competition Director to restart single file. The car leading the race controls the restart. A restart cone will be placed at the beginning of the front
straight. All cars must pass this cone on the right side. After the “one lap to go” signal is given, all cars must stay nose to tail. Lagging back is
prohibited. On all restarts, all cars must maintain their position and may not accelerate until the lead car passes the restart cone. Any cars lagging
back prior to the restart, passing prior to the lead car passing the restart cone, hitting the cone, or passing to the left of the restart cone, will be
penalized two positions on the next caution or at the any successive caution. If no caution occurs, the driver will be penalized two positions at the
end of the race.

2.1.12.2 White Flag
The white flag indicates that there is one lap remaining.

If a yellow flag occurs after the white flag is displayed and the leader has crossed the start/finish line, the race is considered complete. All cars
that have passed the start/finish line will be scored as they crossed the start/finish line. All remaining cars, except those involved in the incident,
will be scored according to their last completed lap. The cars involved in the incident will be scored at the end of their last completed lap.

2.1.12.3 Checkered Flag
The checkered flag indicates that the race is complete. Once the checkered flag is displayed to the race leader, the race is considered complete.
All cars receiving this flag must slow to a reasonable speed and, with the exception of the winner, return to the pit area. Failure to slow to a
"reasonable speed" may result in disqualification. The determination of reasonable speed is a judgment call by Beaver Dam Officials, which is
final.

If the yellow flag occurs after the checkered flag is displayed to the race leader, all cars that have passed the start/finish line will be scored as they
crossed the start/finish line. All remaining cars, except those involved in the incident, will be scored according to their last completed lap. The
cars involved in the incident will be scored at the end of their last completed lap.

Race winners will report to the “winner’s circle” for post race ceremonies.

Finishing positions will be determined by the number of laps completed, whether the car is running, or not.

2.1.12.4 Yellow Flag
The yellow flag, and/or yellow light, indicates caution on the track. All cars receiving this flag, and/or light, must slow, hold their position, and
form a single line behind the lead car. Absolutely no racing back to the yellow flag. The penalty for racing back to the yellow flag, as
determined by the flagman, is restarting the race at the rear. If a pace vehicle is used, the leader must line up behind it. Cars will be lined up as
they were scored on the last completed lap. Lapped cars must maintain their track position. Any cars entering the pits during the caution period
must restart the race at the rear, in the order they return to the track. Reentry under the yellow flag is not permitted until the lineup is complete.
Midget cars may only reenter the track off turn 3 from the designated work area. Any midget car entering the pit area will not be allowed to
reenter the track.

If the yellow flag occurs before the completion of one lap, the cars will be lined up in their original starting order except those cars involved in the
incident, which must restart the race at the rear.

Any driver, as determined by the flagman, intentionally causing a yellow flag (such as spinning out another car, stopping on the track, or capable
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of resuming the race after a spin but does not) will receive either a one lap penalty or “disciplinary” black flag.

No car may pass the pace vehicle unless directed by a Beaver Dam Official. Any car illegally passing the pace vehicle is subject to the black flag.
Prior to restarting the race, the flagman will signal one lap to go.

2.1.12.5 Red Flag
The red flag, and/or red light, indicates that the race must stop immediately, regardless of the position of the cars on the track. All red flags are
closed reds. During a red flag, pit crew members are not allowed on the track. Drivers may exit their car for inspection purposes only. All
car repairs must be done in the pits. Midget car repairs must be performed in the designated work area off turn 3. Midget cars may be worked on
during the red flag. The two minute time clock for midget cars under repair will start when the track condition changes to yellow. Any cars
entering the pits during a red flag must restart the race at the rear, in the order they return to the track.

If the red flag occurs before the completion of one lap, the cars will be lined up in their original starting order except those cars involved in the
incident, which must restart the race at the rear.

If the red flag occurs after one complete lap, the cars will be lined up in single or double file according to the last completed lap. Lapped cars
must maintain their track position.

Prior to restarting the race, the flagman will signal one lap to go.

2.1.12.6 Blue Flag with Diagonal Yellow Stripe (Faster Traffic Approaching)
The blue flag with the diagonal yellow stripe indicates that faster traffic is approaching. Cars receiving this flag must prepare to yield to faster
traffic. Cars should hold their line on the track and allow the faster traffic to pass. If the slower cars are running side by side, they must form a
single line at the bottom of the race track. Failure to obey a “faster traffic approaching” flag is subject to a “disciplinary” black flag.

2.1.12.7 Black Flag
The black flag means go to the pit area or infield immediately. A car that receives a “mechanical” black flag will be allowed to return to the track
after the problem has been corrected, and the car has been inspected and cleared to return. A car that receives the a “disciplinary” black flag will
stop being scored immediately. Failure to obey a black flag is subject to disciplinary action.

Any car with a tire, in any location, that is low and is not off the bead, will be allowed to continue racing as long as the driver maintains control of
the car. If the driver, as determined by a Beaver Dam Official, cannot maintain control of the car, the car will be black flagged. The car will be
allowed to return to the track after the tire has been changed.

Any car with a tire, in any location, that is flat or off the bead will be black flagged. The car will be allowed to return to the track after the tire has
been changed.

Any car with obvious suspension damage will be black flagged. The car will be allowed to return to the track after the damage has been changed.

Cars receiving the black flag will be notified over the Raceceiver.

2.1.12.8 Pink Flag (Time Limit)
The pink flag means that the time limit for the race has expired. This flag will be displayed at the entrance to Turn 2. Once this flag has been
displayed, the race will continue to completion, or the next caution period, which ever occurs first. If the race ends on a caution flag, finish
positions will be as the cars were scored on the last completed lap, with the cars involved in the caution moved to the end of their last completed
lap. Drivers may also be advised of this condition via their Raceceiver.

2.1.13 Car Penalties and Disqualification
If a car is penalized for a post race infraction, cars below the penalized car will move up in position, points, and purse. If the penalized car is the
race winner, the car and driver will forfeit the race win and return any awarded trophies. Any car disqualified and not receiving points and purse,
will not have the night counted in their point average.

If a car is disqualified during a race, or for a post race infraction, cars below the disqualified car will move up in position, points, and purse. If the
disqualified car is the race winner, the car and driver will forfeit the race win and return any awarded trophies.

2.1.14 Car and Driver Changes
Race cars may compete in only one division per night.

Drivers may compete in any or all divisions as long as the driver has paid an entry fee for each division.

The driver must race the same car. If the car becomes disabled, the car must be repaired or scratched from the B or A Main. Switching to a
second car is not permitted.


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2.1.15 Conduct
The driver is the sole spokesman for the car in any and all matters pertaining to an Event, and is responsible for the actions of the pit crew, and
owner. Determination of crew affiliation will not be limited to the pit sign in sheet. It will be a determination made by the track staff.

Harassment or abuse of Beaver Dam Officials will not be tolerated and is subject to disciplinary action. Penalties will be imposed in accordance
with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES.

2.1.16 Injuries
All injuries must be reported to a Beaver Dam Official prior to leaving the race premises. Track insurance will not cover any unreported injuries.

Any driver involved in a roll over, or severe accident, must be checked and cleared by the safety staff prior to returning to the track.

2.1.17 Track Radio Frequency
The track radio frequency (151.6250 MHz), and Raceceiver frequency (469.500), is not to be used by any race team. Any race team found to be
using radio’s on the race track frequency, or Raceceiver frequency, may have their radio’s impounded, and be subject to disciplinary penalties.

All drivers in competition are required to have a working Raceceiver tuned to Channel 1561 (469.500 mhz). All cars in competition are required
to have a working Westhold transponder (silver side facing the track). Failure to comply with Raceceiver or transponder requirements will result
in a penalty. Penalties will be imposed in accordance with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES.

2.1.18 Pit Closing Time
The pit area will be closed one (1) hour after the last race is completed. Failure to clear the pit area within this one hour period will result in the
loss of prize money, and or points. The amount of prize money, and/or points, that will be lost is the decision of the Competition Director, and/or
track management, which is final.

All drivers are responsible for keeping their pit stalls clean. Track management reserves the option to assess pit stall cleanup costs for failure to
keep pit stalls clean and use proper waste disposal containers.

2.2    POINTS and PRIZE MONEY
Points, and prize money for any Beaver Dam Event and point fund money are awarded to the driver, regardless of the car he/she is driving.
Points for Beaver Dam Events will be awarded as follows:

               Finish
               Position       A Main     B Main        Heats
                   1          40         Transfer       5
                   2          39         Transfer       4
                   3          38         Transfer       3
                   4          37         Transfer       2
                   5          36         16              1
                   6          35         15
                   7          34         14
                   8          33         13
                   9          32         12
                 10           31         11
                 11           30         11
                 12           29         11
                 13           28         11
                 14           27         11
                 15           26         11
                 16           25
                 17           24
                 18           23
                 19           22
                 20           21

A car must take the green flag in a race in order for the driver to receive points and prize money. Drivers who take the green flag and pull off the
track (start and park) may not be paid (This determination will be made by track staff). Drivers who compete in a heat race, but are unable to
compete in the B or A Main due to a mechanical problem, will be compensated an amount determined by track staff.

If a car qualifies for the A Main through the qualifying races and cannot start the A Main due to mechanical problems, or other difficulties, the
driver will receive last place points for the A Main and last place prize money for the B Main. This will apply only if the B Main is run.

With the exception of the division championship, ties in point totals at the end of the season will be split between the drivers involved. Tie
breakers for the division championship will be in the following order: A Main race wins; A Main second place finishes; etc. Only A Main race
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finishes will be counted for tie breakers.

2.2.1 Payout Procedures
All drivers must submit a completed driver information sheet, which includes all information required. No checks will be issued without the
required information.

Driver payout will take place the week following the completed event. Any driver wishing his check mailed must provide a stamped self
addressed envelope (SSAE).

Payouts will be adjusted accordingly to any and all divisions that do NOT meet the required pre-determined Twenty (20) registered car counts for
any scheduled event. Payout adjustment for divisions not meeting the twenty car count will be top – bottom deduction, based on registered cars
for that night.

Payouts will also be adjusted accordingly to any cars that do NOT display the proper contingency or divisional stickers.

Any checks not cashed within 60 days, will be void.

Midget car drivers will be paid by BMARA in accordance with their payout schedule.




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                                                               SECTION - 3
                                                              INSPECTIONS
3.1    TIME and MANNER
All cars are subject to inspection by Beaver Dam, at any time and in any manner, as determined by Beaver Dam Technical Officials. All decisions
by Beaver Dam Technical Officials regarding the timing and manner of inspection, as well as which cars will be inspected, are final.

3.2    INSPECTION AREA
Only those persons authorized by Beaver Dam Technical Officials are permitted in the inspection area. Authorization is limited to the Owner,
Driver, and one crew member.

3.3    CAR ELIGIBILITY
Beaver Dam Technical Officials will determine whether a car meets the applicable specifications as set forth in the Rule Book, as amended from
time to time. Only cars meeting the applicable specifications are eligible to compete in Beaver Dam events. Beaver Dam equipment, gauges, and
measuring devices will be used to determine whether a car meets the applicable specifications.

The scales at the track are considered the “official” scales and will be used to determine whether a car meets the applicable weight requirements.

Any car black flagged for mechanical reasons or involved in an accident requiring assistance off the track by the safety crew, must pass inspection
before returning to the race track.

3.4    COMPETITOR OBLIGATIONS
A Competitor must take whatever steps are required by a Beaver Dam Technical Official to accommodate inspection of the car.

3.5    INSPECTIONS PRIOR to the RACE
All cars must be inspected prior to competition. Any car that has not been inspected, or does not have a current year Beaver Dam inspection
sticker, will not be allowed on the track.

If a Beaver Dam Technical Official determines that a car does not meet the applicable specifications, the car will not be allowed to compete unless
the deficiency is corrected. However, the car may be allowed to compete in the event if, in the determination of the Beaver Dam Technical
Official, the deficiency (a) is not safety related, (b) will not adversely affect the orderly conduct of the event, (c) cannot be corrected prior to the
start of the event and, (d) will not provide the Competitor with a noticeable advantage over the competition, and (e) is insignificant. The car will
not be allowed to compete in future events until the deficiency is corrected.

3.6    INSPECTIONS AFTER the RACE
The individual(s) representing the car during post race inspection may not consume any alcoholic beverages, or be under the influence of alcohol,
until the post race inspection of the car is complete. Beaver Dam Officials may impose a penalty for any individual(s) in violation of this
requirement. Penalties will be imposed in accordance with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES.

The Competitor will be given a “reasonable amount of time” to remove components from the car for post race inspection. The Competitor will be
notified as to what is considered a “reasonable amount of time” at the beginning of the inspection. If the removal of the components is not
completed in this time period, the car will be disqualified.

The car’s crew and or driver will perform the actual teardown with their own tools and equipment. Only two (2) of the car’s crew and the driver
will be allowed in the inspection area.

If a Beaver Dam Technical Official determines after the race that a car does not meet the applicable specifications, Beaver Dam Officials may
impose a penalty. Penalties will be imposed in accordance with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES.

A car that fails post race inspection may be impounded for additional inspection. The time and location of inspection of the impounded car will be
determined by Beaver Dam Officials and Technical Officials.

3.7 PROTESTS
If a Competitor believes that a car does not comply with Beaver Dam Rules, the Competitor may protest the alleged violation. Protests must be
made, by the Competitor, to a Beaver Dam Official, in the Claim/Inspection Area, immediately after the completion of the division A Main race.

Protests must be accompanied by a cash fee as specified in Section 3.7.2. A Competitor may only protest one car per Event. The Beaver Dam
staff and management reserve the right to disallow any protest at any time for unspecified reasons.

A car that has been protested may be impounded for additional inspection. The time and location of inspection of the impounded car will be
determined by Beaver Dam Officials and Technical Officials.

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Grand National and Street Stock engines that have been inspected, assembled, and sealed in the presence of a Beaver Dam Technical Official are
exempt from protest as long as the inspection seals remain intact. The time and location of the inspection and sealing will be mutually agreed
upon by the Grand National and Street Stock driver and Beaver Dam Technical Official. The Grand National and Street Stock driver is
responsible for providing the suitable bolts and fasteners to seal the engine. The Beaver Dam Technical Official will provide the tools and
equipment to inspect and seal the engine. If, during the inspection process, the Beaver Dam Technical Official determines that the engine does not
meet applicable specifications, the engine inspection and sealing process will be stopped. The Grand National and Street Stock driver must then
make arrangements for a new time and location for the inspection and sealing process. The fee to inspect and seal an engine is $50.00, plus
mileage, per visit, per engine.

If the seals are removed to replace a component, the engine must be re-inspected and re-sealed to be exempt from protest.

The inspection and sealing process does not completely exempt the engine from inspection. Non-sealed engine components, such as the rocker
arms, valve springs, push rods, carburetor and ignition, are still subject to inspection by Beaver Dam Technical Officials at any time.

3.7.1 Protest Procedure
After receiving the protest, and protest fee, the Beaver Dam Technical Official will conduct an inspection, as necessary, to determine if the car
complies with Beaver Dam Rules.

The protested car’s crew and or driver will perform the actual teardown with their own tools and equipment. Only two (2) of the protested car’s
crew and the protestor will be allowed in the teardown area. During the inspection process, only one representative of each car will be allowed in
the teardown/inspection area. If the protested car leaves the grounds before inspection or fails to perform the required teardown, the car will be
considered in violation of Beaver Dam Rules.

The protested car’s crew will be given a “reasonable amount of time” to complete the teardown. The protested car’s crew will be notified as to
what is considered a “reasonable amount of time” at the beginning of the teardown process. If the teardown is not completed in this time period,
the protested car will be disqualified.

The party losing the protest shall pay all inspection costs incurred by Beaver Dam in connection with the protest. Beaver Dam inspection costs
make up 25 percent of the protest fee, or $50.00, whichever is greater.

If the car is found to be in violation of Beaver Dam Rules, the protest fee will be returned to the protesting competitor. The protested competitor
will be responsible for inspection costs incurred by Beaver Dam Technical Officials, plus any imposed penalties. The penalty for the first offense
is the loss of points and money for that event, plus a two night suspension at the track where the violation occurred. The penalty for subsequent
offenses is loss of money for that event and loss of points for year, plus a four night suspension at the track where the violation occurred. If
necessary, suspensions will be carried over to the next racing season.

If the car is found in compliance with Beaver Dam Rules, the protest fee will go to the protested competitor. The protesting competitor will be
responsible for inspection costs incurred by Beaver Dam Technical Officials.

The decision of the Beaver Dam Technical Official regarding any protest is final, non-appealable, and non-litigable.

3.7.2 Protest Fees
3.7.2.1 Street Stock
P&G and compression ratio test one cylinder, inspect rocker arms and push rods, check firing order: $25.00.

Inspect top end: $200.00
          Remove intake & exhaust manifolds; measure camshaft lift; inspect camshaft, lifters, rocker arms, & push rods; remove one cylinder
          head and measure valve & spring diameters; measure intake and exhaust runner volume; check head, intake & exhaust manifolds for
          porting & polishing; and measure bore & stroke.

Inspect bottom end: $300.00
          Remove engine from car; remove oil pan; remove and weigh crankshaft; and inspect connecting rods.

Inspect top & bottom end: $500.00

3.7.2.2 Grand National
Inspect top end: $200.00
          Remove intake & exhaust manifolds; measure camshaft lift; inspect camshaft, lifters, rocker arms, & push rods; remove one cylinder
          head and measure valve & spring diameters; check head & intake manifolds for porting & polishing; and measure bore & stroke.

Inspect bottom end: $300.00
          Remove engine from car; remove oil pan; remove and inspect crankshaft; and inspect connecting rods.

Inspect top & bottom end: $500.00

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3.8    EQUIPMENT or PARTS FAILING INSPECTION
Beaver Dam has the right to impound any parts and/or equipment that do not meet Beaver Dam specifications, for the purpose of further
inspection and for a reasonable amount of time.

3.9    CLAIMS
Claims must be made, by the Competitor, to a Beaver Dam Official in the Claim/Inspection Area immediately after the completion of the division
A Main race (see appropriate section for equipment and claim fees). Claims are limited to the top 5 finishing positions in the race. Claimee must
have competed in A Main race and finish on the lead lap. In order for the fifth place car to be eligible to make a claim, the fifth place car must
have finished on the same lap as car which finishes in fourth place. Cash or cashiers check must be given to a Beaver Dam Official. If the
claimee refuses to sell the claimed equipment, he/she looses all points and money up to and including that race (this includes car and driver). First
response from driver being claimed is the final and official response.




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                                                               SECTION - 4
                                                               PENALTIES
4.1     GENERAL PROCEDURE
If a Beaver Dam Technical Official observes, or is made aware of, a violation of the Beaver Dam Rules, by a Competitor, Beaver Dam Officials
can impose an appropriate penalty.

4.2     EMERGENCY ACTION
If an act by a Competitor is determined by Beaver Dam Officials, Beaver Dam Technical Officials, or persons serving under Beaver Dam
direction, to threaten the orderly conduct of an Event, the Beaver Dam Officials can take emergency action against the Competitor. Such action
may include: arrest; ejection from the racing premises; suspension from competition; or any other action to remove the threat created by the
Competitor. Examples of conduct warranting emergency action include, but are not limited to: consumption of alcoholic beverages in pit area
before or during an Event; use of illegal drugs before or during an Event; harassment, verbal abuse, or assault of any Beaver Dam Officials,
Beaver Dam Technical Official, or Competitor; fighting; reckless driving; and failure to obey a black flag or directions of an Beaver Dam Official.
The emergency action will remain in effect for the period of time determined by the Beaver Dam Officials, except for an ejection which is final
and non-appeal able.

4.3     PAYMENT of FINES
Fines must be paid to Beaver Dam and will be deposited in the current year point fund. Failure to pay fines may result in suspension from
competition. All unpaid fines may be collected, by Beaver Dam, by deducting the amount from the purse or point fund. If the Competitor is not a
driver, the fine may be deducted from the purse or point fund of the driver with whom the competitor is associated at the time of the violation.
Any unpaid fines remaining at the end of the racing season will be carried over to the next racing season and be deducted from the purse or point
fund until all monies are collected.

4.4    SCOPE of PENALTIES
Penalties for violation of Beaver Dam Rules are determined by the severity of the violation. Penalties include, but are not limited to: fines; loss of
points; loss of purse; disqualification; suspension of driving privileges. Beaver Dam will use the following guidelines for determining penalties.
A greater or lesser penalty may be imposed depending on the circumstances.

4.4.1 General
Any Competitor who performs an act or participates in an act deemed by Beaver Dam as detrimental to auto racing or Beaver Dam: a fine
determined by Beaver Dam Officials; and/or suspension; and/or loss of points and money for Event; and/or loss of accumulated points for current
year.

Any Competitor who signs the release sheet for any one else: ejection.

Any parent or legal guardian that falsifies an insurance waiver for a minor Competitor: ejection of the minor Competitor; and/or suspension of the
minor Competitor; and/or loss of points and money for Event; and/or loss of accumulated points for current year; and a fine determined by Beaver
Dam Officials.

Any Competitor who harasses, verbally abuses, or assaults any Beaver Dam Official, Technical Official, or persons serving under Beaver Dam
direction: ejection; a fine determined by Beaver Dam Officials; and/or suspension; and/or loss of points and money for Event; and/or loss of
accumulated points for current year.

Any Competitor who participates in fights on the racing premises: ejection; a fine determined by Beaver Dam Officials; and/or suspension; and/or
loss of points and money for Event; and/or loss of accumulated points for current year.

Any Competitor who, while participating in a Beaver Dam Event, consumes any alcoholic beverages and/or illegal drugs, or is under the influence
of alcohol and/or illegal drugs: a fine determined by Beaver Dam Officials; ejection & disqualification; and suspension for a period of time
determined by Beaver Dam Officials.

Any Competitor who stops on the track to argue with a Beaver Dam Official: a fine determined by Beaver Dam Officials; and/or suspension;
and/or loss of points and money for Event; and/or loss of accumulated points for current year.

Any Competitor who fails to correct an unreadable car number: stop scoring of the car until the number is corrected; and/or a fine determined by
Beaver Dam Officials.

Any driver not wearing a full driver's suit and/or gloves and/or other mandated driver safety equipment during an event: "disciplinary" black flag;
and/or a fine of $25.00.

Any car not having the transponder in the proper location proscribed for that division, or not working properly: disqualification at the discretion of
the track staff.

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Any Competitor who does not have a working Raceceiver: disqualification at the discretion of the track staff.

Any Competitor who leaves garbage or debris in their pit stall, or tires in the pit area or at the anywhere on the track property: the cost to cleanup
garbage or debris; and/or a fine of $25.00/tire.

4.4.2 Inspection and Claim Procedures
Any Competitor who fails to tear down a car for inspection when requested to by a Beaver Dam Technical Official: a fine determined by Beaver
Dam Officials; suspension; and/or disqualification.

Any Competitor who fails to sell claimed equipment: loss of points and money for Event and accumulated points for current year, and suspension
for remainder of current year.

4.4.3 Race Procedures
Any car after a race that is 1 or more pounds under minimum weight: loss of points and money for race. A car will be allowed to be repositioned
on the scale a maximum of three times to make minimum weight.

Any driver receiving a "mechanical" black flag: last place in exit the race track immediately.

Any driver receiving a "disciplinary" black flag: loss of points and money for race.

Any cars passing prior to the leader passing the restart cone, or to the left of the restart cone: loss of two positions at next caution flag. If no
caution occurs, the driver will be penalized two positions at the end of the race.

Any driver, as determined by the flagman, intentionally causing a caution flag (such as by stopping on the track, or capable of resuming the race
after a spin but does not): one lap penalty; or “disciplinary” black flag.

4.4.4 Bodies, Parts, and Equipment
Any part and/or equipment found during an inspection that does not meet Beaver Dam specifications: impound of non-approved parts for a
reasonable period of time for further inspection; loss of points and money for Event; and/or accumulated points for current year.

Any Competitor who fails to surrender to Beaver Dam any part and/or equipment found during an inspection that does not meet Beaver Dam
specifications: loss of points and money for Event; and/or accumulated points for current year.

Any Competitor found using any traction control device, system, or sub-system, whether found in the car, or in the possession of the driver, or in
the possession of a crew member: impound of traction control device, system, or sub-system; a fine determined by Beaver Dam; loss of points and
money for Event; and accumulated points for current year.

Any engine that exceeds the maximum allowable cubic inch displacement, compression limit, or that is using non-approved cylinder block,
crankshaft, connecting rods, valves, valve lifters, rocker arms, rev-kits, cylinder heads, intake manifold, carburetor spacer; carburetor (including
altering of stock boosters): loss of points and money for Event; and/or accumulated points for current year.

Any crate GM #602 motor that has been altered in any form to enhance the performance of said engine: loss of the motor in question , loss of
points for the season, and or loss of money for the event , and or suspension for a period of time to be determined by the track staff not to exceed
two calendar seasons.

Any non-approved tires & wheels; non-approved suspension & steering components; non-approved brake components; non-approved clutch &
transmissions; non-approved rear end: loss of points and money for Event; and/or accumulated points for current year.

Any car with noise levels that contribute to a violation of the community noise limit: loss of points and money for Event; and/or accumulated
points for current year.

Any weight that falls off a car during competition: first offense - a fine of $1.00 per pound of weight lost; second offense - a fine of $2.00 per
pound of weight lost; third offense, disqualification.

4.4.5 Fuel
Use of a fuel that does not meet Beaver Dam specifications: loss of points and money for Event; and/or accumulated points for current year.

Failure to cooperate with Beaver Dam Officials in obtaining a fuel sample during an event will subject the car to disqualification.

4.4.6 Antifreeze and Non-Approved Chemicals
Any competitor that spills antifreeze, or any non-approved chemical, on the track or in the pit area, will be held responsible for all investigation
and clean up costs.


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                                                       SECTION - 5
                                                 MODIFIED DIVISION – 2011
Open to two-wheel drive American automobiles provided they comply with, and adhere to, specifications as outlined for this division.

NOTICE
ALL EQUIPMENT IS SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF BEAVER DAM OFFICIALS. NO EQUIPMENT WILL BE CONSIDERED AS
HAVING BEEN APPROVED BY REASON OF HAVING PASSED THRU INSPECTION UNNOTICED. EFFORTS TO TAKE
ADVANTAGE OF “LOOP HOLES” IN THESE RULES WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. ALL RACE CARS ARE SUBJECT TO INSPECTION
BY TRACK OFFICIALS AT ANYTIME.

The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable
requirements for such events. These rules shall govern the condition of all events and by participating in these events, all participants are deemed
to have complied with these rules. No expressed or implied warranty of safety shall result from publications of, or compliance with, these rules
an/or regulations. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant,
spectator or official. The race director shall be empowered to permit reasonable and appropriate deviation from any of the specifications herein or
impose any further restrictions that in his opinion do not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. No expressed or implied warranty of safety
shall result from such alteration of specifications. Any interpretation or deviation of these rules is left to the discretion of the officials. Their
decision is final.

Numbers are required on the door or quarter panel and must be at least 20" tall and 4" wide. A number is required on the roof, readable from the
right side, and must be at least 30” tall. Numbers must also be on the front and back of car for ease of lineups, and be at least 4” tall. NO
METALLIC OR HOLOGRAPHIC NUMBERS WILL BE ALLOWED. Numbers need to be of contrasting color to the main color scheme. If
there are double numbers a letter will be issued to you by the track to go with your number. If a letter is required with the car number, the letter
must be at least fifty percent (50%) of the height of the number. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE DRIVER TO ENSURE THAT THE
SCORERS CAN READ THE CAR NUMBER. IF YOUR CAR NUMBER IS NOT READABLE FROM THE SCORING TOWER, THE CAR
WILL NOT BE SCORED UNTIL THE NUMBER IS CORRECTED.

Beaver Dam reserves the right to assign car numbers, and to assign or restrict the display of graphics and advertising on race cars. Offensive
graphics or slogans are not permitted. All Competitors agree to accept Beaver Dam’s decision in this matter.

Where required, participating sponsor’s emblems, or decals will be placed in the position designated by Beaver Dam Officials. Cars that do not
display all sponsors emblems, or decals, will receive less prize money.

All cars in competition are required to have a working Westhold transponder (silver side facing the track). The front of the transponder must be
placed at least twenty four inches (24") behind the center line of the rear axle, on the right side frame rail. The transponder pouch should be
placed horizontally, with a clear view to the ground. If the transponder pouch is mounted to round tube frame components with nylon ties, the
transponder pouch should be secured so that it cannot spin from its horizontal position. Failure to comply with transponder requirements will
result in a penalty. Penalties will be imposed in accordance with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES.

5.1 SAFETY EQUIPMENT
A full face, helmet and face shield Snell-rated SA2000, SA2005, SA2010, or SFI 31.1/2005 helmet required. Helmet and face shield must be
worn at all times car is on the track and must accompany vehicle at time of inspection. Roll bar padding required in driver compartment (Fire
retardant recommended). SFI-approved full fire suit required, fire retardant gloves, and shoes required. and Neck brace (or head and neck
restraint) required optional. Drivers not wearing a neck collar will be required to wear a fire retardant head sock. Right and left seat head
supports required if not using head restraint system with no or neck collar. Recommended: Fire retardant head sock and underwear (Mandatory
for driver under the age of 18); head and neck restraints; collapsible steering shaft. Driver-side window net required, minimum 16-inch by 20-
inch ribbon or mesh style, and must be mounted to roll cage so latch is at top front of window. The window net must be up and latched at all
times the car is on the track. Minimum three-inch (two-inch with head restraint system) wide SFI-approved five point safety belt assembly, or
Beaver Dam approved safety restraint system, required (Y-type shoulder harness not allowed), must be mounted securely to roll cage,
recommended to be no more than one year old and be date stamped 2009, or 2010, or 2011. Kill switch required within easy reach of driver and
must be clearly marked ‘OFF’ and ‘ON’.

A Raceceiver model SW1600, tuned to channel 1561(469.500) is mandatory. Failure to comply with Raceceiver requirements will result in a
penalty. Penalties will be imposed in accordance with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES.

5.2 FRAME
1964 or newer OEM perimeter American rear-wheel drive passenger car frame only. No sports car frames. Frame must be full and complete,
cannot be widened or narrowed, and must be able to support roll cage on both sides, exceptions are: weight jack in original center line of spring
tower allowed; frame may be cut a maximum 36-inches forward from center of rear end housing; horns may be removed in front of steering box
and notched maximum one inch at bottom for tie rod clearance; front crossmember may be notched and boxed for radiator and/or steering
clearance; maximum seven inch wide opening in side of spring tower for spring removal. Maximum two inch wide by four inch tall frame
stiffener may be welded directly to outside of left side frame rail. Minimum wheelbase 108-inches, maximum 112-inches, both sides. Maximum
overall width shall not exceed 78-inches from outside of tire to outside of tire. No part of frame can be lower than four inches from ground except
front crossmember.
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5.3 ROLL CAGE
Must consist of continuous hoops, minimum 1.75-inch O.D. tubing, with minimum wall thickness of 0.095-inch for main cage, frame-mounted in
at least six places, low carbon or mild steel recommended. Must consist of a configuration of front, rear and top hoops connected by tubing on
sides or side hoops. Driver’s head must not protrude outside cage with helmet on. Roll cage must be securely supported and braced with
minimum one cross bar in top halo. Foot protection bar required. Main cage no further forward than rear of engine. All bars forward of cage must
be lower than hood.

5.4 DOOR BARS
All driver side door bars and uprights must be minimum 1.5-inch O.D. with 0.083-inch wall thickness. Minimum three driver side door bars,
parallel to ground and perpendicular to driver, and welded to front and rear of roll cage. Passenger side must have at least one cross door bar,
horizontal or angled, minimum 1.25-inch O.D. with 0.083-inch wall thickness, and one top door bar, minimum 1.5-inch O.D. with 0.083-inch wall
thickness. Steel door plate, 18 gauge or 0.049-inch minimum thickness, must be securely welded to outside of driver side door bars and cover area
from top door bar to bottom door bar and from rear hoop down-post to five inches in front of seat. Must be visible for inspection.


5.5 BODY
(See diagram, page 16) No composite body panels allowed except roof rock guard and hood scoop. Body must be same width, front to rear, and
parallel to OEM frame. Nose panel must be flat with no fins or scoops allowed. Cooling holes allowed. Nose panel may be no wider, or lower
than two inches outside of front frame horns. Nose panel must remain within confines of front bumper. Engine compartment must remain open
(no side panels). Hood must be level or sloped down at front and Hood must be enclosed at rear. No reverse hood rake allowed. No panel in
front of right door to engine compartment. No inner panels. No car covers. Must have front windshield and rear window support posts. Driver
and passenger side windows must have at least 12-inch opening (height and width), measured at center of window, between lowest point at top of
window, whether roof or roll cage, and highest point at bottom of window, whether interior or body. Sail panels may not extend ahead of back of
seat. May use Lexan in sail panels. May use full windshield. Roof must be fiberglass or aluminum, full size and rounded down in all directions
(see diagram). No dished roofs allowed. Driver roof hatch allowed. Maximum 1.5-inch rolled down rock guard allowed on roof front.
Maximum four inch roof sides allowed. Maximum one inch ridge down sides of roof. Maximum one inch rear roof stiffener (must face down).
No fins, lips, wings or spoilers. Maximum four inch plastic skirting allowed on bottom of doors and quarters. No reflective doors or quarter
panels. On right side, outside of tires must be widest part of car. On left side, body may be maximum one inch outside of rear tire for clearance.

                                                         Modified Body Dimensions
A    20” max. 16” min. (ground to center of                     P  4” max. at front and rear, gradual slope from roof to this point.
                     bumpers, front and rear)                   Q     Interior slope is 6” max. front to rear and flat across.
B     ---      6.5” min (center to center)                            If flat at front half of interior you have used up 50%
C    52” max. 42” min.                                                of your 6” so from behind driver to rear you may
D     6” max.        Hood drop (sides), sealed off from               only have 3”. Top of interior must be flush with
                     driver’s compartment and max. 3” rake.           top of door and quarter panels. An optional escape
E    42” max.                                                         hatch from driver to passenger door to provide 12”
F     6” max.        Scoop cannot extend past front of hood.          opening allowed.
G     4” min.        Door may extend maximum 6” past            R 38” max. 28” min.
                     block at bottom on both sides.             S      Min. 24” nose must be flat and flush with sides.
H    19” max.        must be same on both sides                 T 66” max. 24” min. no narrower than radiator.
I   112” max.108” min.                                          U 52” max. 44” min.
J    29” 31” max. 22” min.                                      V 56” max. 41” min.
K    72” max. or not past back of block, at top. Left side      W     Tires must be widest part of car on right side.
          may extend forward to cover foot box, if necessary.   X 66” max. 53” min. measured at top of interior deck,
L    18” max. 12” min. opening, both sides.                           must be same front to back.
M         With level, must have no more than 2”                    ** Rear panel - 8” min. / 90 degree angle. Must be
          clearance at rear of roof, and 5” at top front.             solid, attached to deck, extend to quarter panels,
N   120” max.106” min.                                                Securely fastened.
O    48” max. 34” min.                                             ** Sail panels – Must extend from roof to rear of car and be
                                                                      same on both sides. May extend maximum 2” past rear
                                                                      edge of interior deck. Must mount within 2” of outside
                                                                      edge of interior deck.




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                                                                 Sail Panels




                                              See IMCA rule book for additional sail panel examples.



Rear bumper must resemble one of the following designs. (A) Solid bumper of square or round tubing, no wider than five inches outside each
frame rail. The ends of the bumper must be capped. (B) If rear bumper is wider than five inches outside rear frame rails, it must be capped, with
no sharp edges, and bent forward on the ends at 90 degree angle. The ends of the bumper must be attached to the frame rails. (C) Bumper
constructed in a loop design.



 (A)                                             (B)                                                   (C)




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5.6 DRIVER COMPARTMENT
Must have minimum three windshield bars in front of driver. Lexan or aluminum cowl panel in front of driver can be no wider than cockpit and
no farther back than steering wheel. Minimum 0.125-inch aluminum, or 0.060-inch steel, complete floor pan required. Aluminum high-back seat
only and must be bolted in, using minimum 0.375-inch bolts, next to left side frame rail and ahead of rear tires. Bottom of seat can be no lower
than bottom of frame rail. Driver must be sealed off from track, driveline, engine, fuel cell, cannisters and pumps. Oil coolers must not protrude
above interior. Oil Accumulators (Accusumps) cannot be mounted between driver and left-side door bars in the driver’s compartment. No driver-
adjustable devices allowed while car is in competition except brake adjuster. No mirrors of any kind.

5.7 FRONT SUSPENSION
All components must be steel, unaltered OEM, in OEM location, and replaceable by OEM parts, exceptions are: tube-type upper A-frames with or
without aluminum or steel cross shaft, and mounts can be moved; stamped steel OEM replacement lower A-frames; rubber, nylon or steel lower
A-frame bushings, no offset or bearing type; welded or bolted shock mount on lower A-frame; OEM or OEM replacement ball joints allowed.
Lower A-frames must be right and left, and of same design. Lower A-frame mounts and bolt holes on frame must be within OEM specifications.
Sway bar must be unaltered OEM. No bump stops.

5.8 STEERING
No rack and pinion. All components must be steel, unaltered OEM, in OEM location, exceptions are: outer tie rod end and adjustment sleeve may
be replaced by a minimum 0.625-inch steel rod end and steel tube; spindles can be ground for brake caliper clearance only; unaltered, OEM Pinto
spindles or OEM replacement Pinto spindles with ‘IMCA’ raised cast allowed; bolt on spindle savers allowed; steel steering shafts and knuckles
only; driver compartment steering may be modified, must be kept on left side. Spindles must be right and left, and of same design. Quick release
required - steering quickener and steering wheel may be aluminum. Idler arm, pitman arm, and center link must match frame.

5.9 SHOCKS
One steel, nonadjustable, unaltered shock per wheel. One additional shock allowed in lift- or pull-bar area. No external or internal bumpers or
stops. No threaded body, front coil-over, air, or remote reservoir shocks. No Schrader or bladder type valve allowed. Front half may be shielded.
One or all shocks may be claimed per event for $50 each, counting as one claim on card, following shock claim procedures (Refer to IMCA
Operations and Inspection Manual or www.imca.com). Beaver Dam reserves the right to claim any shock for $50.

5.10 SPRINGS
One steel, non-progressive coil spring per wheel only. Steel or composite leaf spring allowed. One additional spring allowed on pull bar or lift
bar, may be progressive. Any coil spring must be at least 4.5-inches O.D. No torsion bars, air bags, inner liners or spring rubbers allowed.


5.11 REAR SUSPENSION
No independent rear suspension. All components must be steel. No covers allowed. All trailing arms/link bars must be solid tubing. Rear of
frame may be altered to accept leaf or coil springs. Steel coil-over eliminators, or steel or aluminum coil-over kits allowed - must conform to
shock and spring rules. One mechanical traction pull bar (pull or lift, not both) allowed. Effective June 1, 2011, lift bars or 5th arms will NOT be
allowed. No brake bars. Rubber bumpers allowed only on panhard bar and mechanical traction bar. No sway bar. Solid safety chains, cables or
tethers permitted frame to axle housing only (cannot be mounted to any floating device), no springs or rubbers allowed. Minimum 19 inch long
panhard bar, measured straight line, center to center.


5.12 REAR END
Any steel approved OEM passenger car or truck rear end (housing and carrier) allowed. Safety hubs (floater) allowed. All components must be
steel, except lowering blocks, axle cap, drive flange. Inspection hole required in housing. Full steel spool, steel mini spool or welded rear ends
only. Steel axles only. No quick change devices, or cambered rear ends. One piece drive flange only. No torque dividing differentials. No
scalloped ring gears.

5.13 BUMPERS
Steel bumpers must be on front and rear at all times and welded, or mounted with minimum 0.375-inch bolts. Rear bumper may be a maximum of
six inches beyond rear deck.

Rear bumper must be constructed of solid square, or minimum 1.25-inch O.D. tubing with 0.095-wall thickness, and – similar to diagram - no
wider than five inches outside of rear frame rails. Fuel cell protector must be vertical to rear bumper. If wider than five inches outside rear frame
rails, must be capped and bent forward 90 degrees, or constructed in a loop design. Must have at least one upright, minimum 1.25-inch with 0.065
wall thickness, from bumper to fuel cell guard.

Two-bar front bumper must be minimum 1.25-inch O.D. tubing with minimum 0.065-inch wall thickness (maximum 0.095-inch) mounted frame-
end to frame-end, no wider than width of material outside frame horns and with bottom loop parallel to ground. Top bar must be directly above
bottom bar, minimum 6.5-inches apart, measured center to center.

5.14 TIRES/WHEELS
Must use unaltered Hoosier Race tire, G60-15 with or without IMCA stamped on sidewall. No chemical softening, conditioning, or grooving of
tires (refer to IMCA Operations and Inspection Manual or General Rules for automatic penalties). Tires may be ground or siped within confines
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of tread (not past factory straight line). No re-caps. All wheels must display white ‘IMCA approved’ decal and wheel manufacturer decal be
steel, 15-inches diameter, 8-inches wide, minimum shell thickness 0.095-inches, and minimum 19.0 pounds. No wide-five wheel adapters
allowed. Aluminum, composite, or steel spacers only. May use IMCA approved bead lock, on right rear only. External, steel bead lock only and
it cannot make wheel any narrower than 8-inches and no wider than 8.75-inches. Must use only steel bolts. Foam type or plastic outer mud cover
allowed on right side wheels. Plastic disc mud plugs must have car number. Inner mud cover allowed on left rear only. Rim-mounted bleeder
valves allowed. Magnetic steel lug nuts only. A MINIMUM TIRE PRESSURE OF 12 LBS WILL BE ENFORCED ON THE RIGHT REAR.


5.14.1 TIRE DUROMETER LIMIT
Five cars will be selected, at random, prior to the start of qualifying races. Durometer readings will be taken at three points across the rear tires
(outside, middle, inside) of each car. The readings will be averaged together. The minimum allowable durometer reading of any tire prior to the
qualifying races, B Main race, and A Main race will be ninety percent (90%) of the average reading.

          Example: Average durometer reading of five selected cars: 50
                   Minimum allowable reading prior to race:          45

5.15 BRAKES
Must be steel approved OEM, operative four wheel, drum or disc. Must maintain minimum OEM dimensions for hubs/rotors and calipers, cannot
be lightened. Bolt pattern may be changed. Larger studs allowed. Rear rotors may be aftermarket 0.810-inch thickness (new). Vented rotors
only, no scalloped or ceramic coated rotors. No brake shut-off or pressure sensitive devices. One front to rear proportioning device allowed.
Brake lines must be visible.

5.16 EXHAUST
Round tube headers only. All primary header tubes must enter directly into one collector at same point at end of header. Schoenfeld mufflers,
stamped IMCA609, must be used if track has noise reduction rule of 98 d.b. or more. Mufflers mandatory at all times car is on the track . Loss of
muffler is an automatic mechanical disqualification. 95-decible limit 100 feet from car. All exhaust must go through mufflers, two per car, one
per header. No merge collectors. No exhaust sensors.

5.17 FUEL SYSTEM
Mechanical or belt driven fuel pump only and must be mounted at front of engine. Racing fuel cell required, maximum 32 gallon capacity, must
be in minimum 20 gauge steel container. Cell must be securely mounted behind rear axle, between rear tires, minimum of four inches ahead of
bumper, minimum of ten inches above ground. Must mount with minimum two solid steel straps around entire cell, two inches wide and 0.125-
inch thick. All cell mounts must be steel, securely welded to frame/cage. Protective tubing must cover rear and extend past both sides of cell.
Fuel cell protector must be vertical to rear bumper. No part of cell shall be lower than protective tubing. Fuel cell vents, including cap vent, must
have check valves. If fuel cell does not have aircraft style positive seal filler neck/cap system , a flapper, spring or ball type filler rollover valve is
required. Pick-up must be on top or right side of cell. Limit of one fuel filter. No cool cans. Air cleaner top/stud cannot direct air into carburetor.
No top flow air cleaner housings or cold air boxes. One naturally aspirated two- or four-barrel carburetor only. One carburetor adapter/spacer
allowed, maximum 2.20-inches thick, including gaskets. No adjustable throttle bore carburetor spacers.
5.18 FUEL
Gasoline, E85, E98, or alcohol. Racing fuel allowed. NO nitrous oxide. NO performance-enhancing additives. Upper cylinder lube allowed with
alcohol only. (Refer to IMCA Operations and Inspection Manual or General Rules for automatic penalties).
5.19 WEIGHT
Minimum weight limit of 2,450 pounds, no tolerance, after race with driver in car. No weights and/or loose objects in driver compartment, above
interior deck, or outside body. Weights must be securely mounted to frame or roll cage and painted white with car number on it. Must be
attached with at least two 0.50-inch bolts. No titanium, magnesium or carbon fiber products. Only carbon fiber components allowed are rock
guard and hood scoop. No gun-drilled, tubular, hollow bolts or studs. Steel fasteners only.
5.20 BATTERY/STARTER
One 12 volt battery only, must be securely mounted between frame rails, and positive terminal must be covered. Car must have capability of
starting without being pushed or pulled. Car must leave initial staging area on demand, unaided, or go to rear of that race. Reverse-mount starters
with OEM case transmissions only, see transmission rules for specifics.
5.21 GAUGES/ELECTRONICS
No unapproved cameras, transmitting or listening devices (exception is one-way Raceceiver radio by Track Officials), timing retard controls, or
digital gauges (including tach). No electronic monitoring computer devices capable of storing or transmitting information except analog tach. No
adjustable ignition control boxes. One 12 volt ignition box allowed, must be out of driver’s reach. No additional ignition accessories allowed.
Only change allowed to ignition box is one high-end rev-limiter setting. This setting can be changed through one chip only, or an internal setting
inside box. All cars must use a, Beaver Dam provided, maximum 7800 rpm rev-limiting chip. In 2012 large cubic inch engines may be required
to run a lower rpm chip. Rev-limiting chip must function as designed. This may be accomplished using one, non-adjustable, 12 volt ignition box
with one high-end rev limiter setting or an internal setting inside box, MSD #8728 rev control, or MSD #8738 additional rev control box allowed.
No additional ignition accessories allowed. All components must be out of reach of driver, but accessible for inspection. No magnetos or crank
triggers. No electronic traction control devices. (Refer to IMCA Operations and Inspection Manual or General Rules for automatic penalties).
Upon request from a Beaver Dam Technical Official, a driver must surrender any ignition component for inspection and certification by the
original manufacturer.


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5.22 TRANSMISSION/DRIVESHAFT
Must have at least two forward gears and one reverse, plus a neutral position. With engine running and car in still position, must be able to engage
car in gear and move forward, then backward. OEM production type or IMCA approved aftermarket transmissions allowed - two-speed, three-
speed, four-speed and automatic. No five speed (or more) transmissions, ‘in and out’ boxes, or quick change devices allowed. Functioning shift
levers must be in OEM location on all OEM production type transmissions. All belt drive pumps must be mounted on front of engine. Flexplates
must be full, steel, unaltered OEM, or OEM replacement. Flywheel/flexplate must bolt to engine between clutch assembly and crankshaft and all
driveline components within bellhousing must rotate while car is in any gear. Transmission must be one of the following designs:
OEM Manual
Must have a standard OEM case and working disc-type clutch or approved cone or disc-type coupler inside an explosion-proof steel bellhousing.
One flywheel only, minimum 8.5-inch diameter. Diameter of clutch disc must be a minimum of 5.5-inches. Clutch assembly must be steel,
except housing, which must be steel and/or aluminum. Bellhousing can have only a hole for throwout bearing lever or hose, must be 270-degrees
around top of clutch and flywheel area. Standard or reverse mount starter allowed, must directly engage flywheel.
Automatic
Must remain in OEM or OEM replacement case, with a functioning OEM appearing pump. Aluminum OEM bellhousing may be replaced with
aftermarket explosion-proof aluminum bellhousing. Original OEM bellhousing must have approved scattershield constructed of minimum 0.125-
inch by three-inch steel, 270-degrees around flexplate.
Aftermarket Manual
Must be IMCA approved, have aluminum case, with aluminum internal clutch. Internal clutches made of other materials (e.g. magnesium,
composites, carbon fiber, etc.) are prohibited. Must bolt to explosion-proof steel bellhousing, and use full, steel, unaltered OEM or OEM
replacement flexplate with starter mounted in OEM location. No coatings or paint allowed on transmission case.
Drive Shaft
Minimum two inch diameter steel drive shaft and must be painted white. Steel slip-yokes only. 360-degree drive shaft loop required and must be
constructed of at least 0.25-inch by two inch steel, or one inch tubing, mounted six inches back from front U-joint.
5.23 ENGINE COMPARTMENT
Rear of engine (bellhousing flange) must be mounted at least 72-inches forward from centerline of rear axle. Engine offset must be kept within
two inches of centerline of front crossmember with engine level. Minimum 11-inch engine height from ground to center of crankshaft. Radiator
must be mounted in front of engine. Cooling system may be modified. Overflow tubes must be directed to ground between frame rails. Use of
antifreeze is prohibited. Water wetter is permitted.

5.24 ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS
Any American make steel engine block allowed. Aftermarket and OEM performance blocks allowed. Steel heads and oil pan only. Flat tappet
cam/lifters and stud-mounted rocker arms only. No stud girdles. No mushroom lifters, lifter diameter and configuration must match OEM
passenger block. OEM firing order cannot be changed. No crank triggers. All engines must be able to be used in conventional passenger car
without alterations. Engine mounts cannot be removed or altered. Castings and fittings must not be changed. No machine work on outside of
engine. All belt driven accessories must be on front of engine. ‘Wet’ sump oiling system only. External oil pumps go with engine if claimed.
5.25. ENGINE CLAIMING – SWAP RULES
Refer to IMCA Operations and Inspection Manual or General Rules for claim eligibility requirements.
(A) $550 cash, or $100 and exchange, claim on engine, flywheel and balancing plates ($25 goes to wrecker and $25 to official for each engine)
plus the engine from the claimer’s car used in the A Main race - $50 of this goes to track for pulling engine. Claimed driver has option of
accepting cash, or exchanging engines with claiming driver.
(B) Claim does not include - 1. clutch, 2. pressure plate, 3. bellhousing, 4. headers, 5. carburetor, 6. starter, 7. motor mounts, 8. oil/temp. sending
units, 9. carburetor spacer, 10. fan and pulleys, 11. clutch ball, 12. clutch arm, 13. throw out bearing, 14. dip stick, 15. water pump, 16. fuel pump,
rod and plate, 17. distributor, 18. plug wires, 19. water outlet and restrictor, 20. breathers.
(C) First place finisher will report to the winner’s circle. Position 2-4 must report directly to claim area. The winner will report directly to the
claiming area directly after the winner's circle and victory lap. The first four positions are subject to engine claim by any other driver finishing
fifth on back in feature that has not been lapped by the fourth place driver. Failure to report directly to claim area will result in disqualification
and loss of money and points for first infraction (engine is still claimable); will be treated as engine claim refusal for second infraction. Driver
allowed one claim ONLY per event, regardless of outcome of that claim. In case of multiple claims on same engine, a drawing will be held to
determine which driver gets the engine. Should the first eligible driver withdraw his claim, his claim card is marked, as a claim and the next
qualified driver will be allowed the engine claim. The claim is not charged to those drivers not awarded the claim.

(D) Should any driver voluntarily withdraw a legal claim, he/she will be charged with a claim and it will result in a $200 fine.

(E) Driver making claim must drive his racecar immediately after finish of feature, under its own power, directly to claiming area. Only involved
drivers and officials allowed in claiming area.

(F) Claims must be made to official immediately after end of feature race, and claimed engine must be completely removed within one hour from
time claim is made and driver agrees to sell claimed engine.

(G) Claims must be made to official, and driver must present $550 cash.


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(H) Refusal to sell forfeits all cash and contingency winnings for feature, any trophies earned in feature, plus ALL points in all claim divisions for
the season. Any driver refusing to sell engine, when claimed within rues, regardless of his reinstatement with, loses his right to claim any driver's
engine for 12 calendar months from date of reinstatement. Claim is not charged to claiming driver in case of a refusal.

(I) First refusal to sell will result in loss of ALL points in all claim divisions for the season and will also result in driver being suspended from
Modified Division for one race from date of refusal and until $1,000 cash fine is paid to Beaver Dam. Fine must be paid prior to driver returning
to competition. Second refusal to sell will result in driver being suspended from events for 30 days from date of refusal and until $2,000 cash fine
is paid to Beaver Dam. Third refusal results in permanent suspension from the Modified Division.

(J) Once an engine claim has been made and accepted, the engine is not to be started, under any circumstances. The car is to be pushed to the
area where removal will take place. Any driver starting a claimed engine will be immediately disqualified from that event and will be suspended
from all events until such time as a $100 fine is paid to All claimed engines must be removed from car at the track.

(K) The cylinder block may not be altered in such a way as to prevent it from being used in a stock application. Stock approved OEM
components must be able to be immediately used in their stock location. Any sabotage discovered to claimed engine will result in driver being
suspended from competition for 30 calendar days and until $1,000 cash fine is paid to Beaver Dam. Drivers are to be held accountable for any
sabotage discovered while pulling the engine, and will be responsible for any and all penalties as a result of any sabotage. The claim will be
disallowed and the money returned to the claimer.

(L) Claim is not in effect on opening night and driver must have been at track on opening night to be eligible to claim second night of season.
Following that, no driver may claim unless he/she has competed at that track the two previous consecutive sanctioned events.

(M) No one driver may claim any other one driver more than once during current calendar year.

(N) A disqualification will not affect a legal claim. The engine will be pulled and transferred prior to any penalties being assessed.

(N) Drivers are not claimable the first night at the track.

(O) Unsportsmanlike conduct during the claim procedure, or while pulling the engine, will result in an immediate $100 fine.

26. POINT STRUCTURE/PROCEDURES: Refer to IMCA Operations and Inspection Manual or General Rules for automatic penalties.

5.26 EIRI:
(Except in rare instances) Decisions of IMCA Beaver Dam Officials are final and binding without exception. In some cases, track safety rules may
take precedence over IMCA rules - any discrepancy between IMCA and track rules should be brought to the attention of IMCA Beaver Dam. Any
rule changes or clarifications during the course of the year will be amended at www.imca.com as well as published in Inside IMCA, the official
newsletter of IMCA, and will be considered as an official part of these rules.

WARNING: The rules and or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish
minimum acceptable requirements for such events. By participating in these events, all participants are deemed to have complied with these rules.
NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM PUBLICATION OF OR COMPLIANCE WITH THESE
RULES AND OR REGULATIONS.

They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant, spectator, or
official. Interpretation or amendments to these rules may be made at any time. The rules and or regulations set forth herein are designed to
provide orderly conduct and to establish minimum requirements for the racing events. All participants are deemed to have complied with these
rules upon participating in these events. No expressed or implied warranty of safety shall result from publication or compliance with these rules
or regulations. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to participants. The
Modified Technical Inspector shall be empowered to permit minor deviations from any specifications herein or to impose any further restrictions
that in his opinion do not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. No expressed or implied warranty of safety shall result from alterations of
specifications. All interpretations or deviations of these rules are left to the Beaver Dam Officials. THEIR DECISION IS FINAL!




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                                                SECTION - 6
                                        GRAND NATIONAL DIVISION – 2011
Open to two-wheel drive American automobiles provided they comply with, and adhere to, specifications as outlined for this division.

NOTICE
ALL EQUIPMENT IS SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF BEAVER DAM OFFICIALS. NO EQUIPMENT WILL BE CONSIDERED AS
HAVING BEEN APPROVED BY REASON OF HAVING PASSED THRU INSPECTION UNNOTICED. EFFORTS TO TAKE
ADVANTAGE OF “LOOP HOLES” IN THESE RULES WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. ALL RACE CARS WILL BE SUBJECT TO
INSPECTION BY TRACK OFFICIALS AT ANYTIME.

The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable
requirements for such events. These rules shall govern the condition of all events and by participating in these events, all participants are deemed
to have complied with these rules. No expressed or implied warranty of safety shall result from publications of, or compliance with, these rules
an/or regulations. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant,
spectator or official. The race director shall be empowered to permit reasonable and appropriate deviation from any of the specifications herein or
impose any further restrictions that in his opinion do not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. No expressed or implied warranty of safety
shall result from such alteration of specifications. Any interpretation or deviation of these rules is left to the discretion of the officials. Their
decision is final.

Numbers are required on the door or quarter panel and must be at least 20" tall and 4" wide. A number is required on the roof, readable from the
right side, and must be at least 30” tall. Numbers must also be on the front and back of car for ease of lineups, and be at least 4” tall. NO
METALLIC OR HOLOGRAPHIC NUMBERS WILL BE ALLOWED. Numbers need to be of contrasting color to the main color scheme. If
there are double numbers a letter will be issued to you by the track to go with your number. If a letter is required with the car number, the letter
must be at least fifty percent (50%) of the height of the number. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE DRIVER TO ENSURE THAT THE
SCORERS CAN READ THE CAR NUMBER. IF YOUR CAR NUMBER IS NOT READABLE FROM THE SCORING TOWER, THE CAR
WILL NOT BE SCORED UNTIL THE NUMBER IS CORRECTED.

Beaver Dam reserves the right to assign car numbers, and to assign or restrict the display of graphics and advertising on race cars. Offensive
graphics or slogans are not permitted. All Competitors agree to accept Beaver Dam’s decision in this matter.

Where required, participating sponsor’s emblems, or decals will be placed in the position designated by Beaver Dam Officials. Cars that do not
display all sponsors emblems, or decals, will receive less prize money.

All cars in competition are required to have a working Westhold transponder (silver side facing the track). The front of the transponder must be
placed at least twenty four inches (24") behind the center line of the rear axle, on the right side frame rail. The transponder pouch should be
placed horizontally, with a clear view to the ground. If the transponder pouch is mounted to round tube frame components with nylon ties, the
transponder pouch should be secured so that it cannot spin from its horizontal position. Failure to comply with transponder requirements will
result in a penalty. Penalties will be imposed in accordance with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES.

6.1 ELIGIBLE MODELS {car bodies}
1960 or Newer GM, AMC, Chrysler, Ford or U.S. manufactured auto. Pickup truck bodies are permitted. No station wagons or convertibles
allowed.

Other models may be approved, provided they are of the same body configuration and meet the spirit and intent of competitive racing.

The minimum weight for all Grand National cars is 3000 pounds. All weights are with the driver, after competition. The minimum weight for
Grand National cars with the Optional Engine will be monitored and adjusted, if necessary.

6.2 FRAMES
1978 to 1988 GM metric frames only unless run previously. Frames must be X-ed; side rails must be plated where open. Front cross member
may be notched and plated for fuel pump clearance only. Cars with Ford engine may notch the front cross member for oil pan clearance. Weight
jacks or screw jacks allowed. Frame rails behind rear spring pockets may be cut and fabricated. Minor notching for shock clearance in the front
spring pocket area permitted. No other improvements allowed except to repair rusted or damaged areas. See diagrams.




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6.3 ROLL CAGES
All roll cages must be constructed according to construction diagrams, unless approved in advance by Beaver Dam Officials. Four point roll cage
constructed of 1 3/4" x 0.095" wall steel round tubing. One front and one rear cross brace, recommended height at 20". The main hoop behind
driver must be cross-braced. The top hoop must have cross brace of same material as roll cage. Two passenger side and four driver side door
bars, with driver side door bars plated and having two upright bars between each driver door bar. Wing window bars on drivers' side mandatory,
passenger side recommended. Foot protection bar required. Two front support bars must start at cross brace height at roll cage corners and extend
forward to frame. Four rear support bars must extend to frame, two starting at the rear cross brace at roll cage comers and two from the top
comers of the rear cage hoop. See diagrams.




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6.4 DRIVER'S COMPARTMENT
Seat belt and shoulder harness must be date stamped, 2008, 2009, or 2010, or 2011 and be in good condition. Y-type shoulder harness prohibited.
Belts must not be frayed. Seat belt and shoulder harness must be installed according to manufacturer’s recommendations. Lap and shoulder belts
must be approved snap-type release belts at least three (3) inches wide, or Beaver Dam approved safety restraint system, and securely fastened to
the frame and or roll cage. A crotch or anti-submarine belt is mandatory, and must be a minimum two (2) inches wide. The shoulder belts must
be mounted level with or slightly below the driver's shoulders. At no time should the shoulder belts wrap around the top of the driver's shoulders
and mount to the floor. Neck collar optional. Drivers not wearing a neck collar will be required to wear a fire retardant head sock. Head and
neck restraint recommended.

Window net required, large mesh type highly recommended. Net should release from top front corner with a seat belt snap and drop downward.
Net must be up and fastened at all times while car is on the track.

All cars are required to have adequate roll bar padding (SFI rated fire retardant recommended) and an approved fan shroud.

The center of the steering wheel must be padded.

All roll cages must provide 2" or more clearance, measured from the top of the halo bar to the top of the driver's helmet, when the driver
is seated and strapped in, with the helmet on and in a driving position.

Aluminum, high back racing seat is mandatory. Seat must be bolted securely with a minimum Grade 5, 3/8” minimum diameter bolts in a
minimum of six (6) places. Four (4) in the bottom of the seat and two (2) in the back. No carriage bolts.

All in-car communication devices are prohibited (exception is one-way Raceceiver radio). Mirrors are prohibited.

6.5 BODIES
Production passenger car, or pickup truck, stock or after market template/straight-up style steel or aluminum body panels for fenders, quarter
panels and trunk. Plastic front fenders are permitted. Hood must be steel, aluminum or fiberglass and the back of the hood must be sealed down
completely. Door panels to be stock or sheet metal or aluminum. No door handles, locks, moldings, factory plastic or chrome accent pieces left
on the stock panels. Factory or after market plastic nose and tail pieces okay. Rear of car must be completely enclosed, from the trunk lid down,
with a cover that is a minimum of twenty inches (20”) high. Quarter panels may not be lower than the bottom of the rear bumper cover. Nose of
car must look stock appearing and neat looking - no wedge type or late model noses. NO wedge type bodies. Bodies to be within one inch of
stock. Bodies must remain stock appearing. Five Star Dirt Sportsman dimensions will be used as a guideline. Any aftermarket body will meet
these dimensions. The track staff will be the final judge as to stock appearing. Roof must retain stock contours. Flat roofs are prohibited. No
holes in hood or hood scoops. Hood pins to be used in hood and trunk. Stainless steel windshield screen, must be no less than 0.063" for mesh
larger than 1/2" or no less than 0.035" for 1/2' or smaller mesh (no larger than 1" mesh screen allowed), to cover entire opening with three upright

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braces top to bottom of 3/8" or larger solid rod. Spoiler allowed on rear of trunk lid not to exceed 6" base to tip, and be no wider than 60 ½”. No
side boards, wickerbills, or any other air controlling devices. No forward facing spoiler braces. Two & one half-inch (2 ½“) nonfunctional hood
scoop allowed.

Body parts must be neat and well painted. Car numbers must be painted a contrasting color and numbers between 00 and 99. Numbers must be
painted on both sides and roof to face grandstand. Numbers must be at least 16" high and 3" wide. Numbers of legible size must also be placed
on the front and rear of the car to aid in line-ups. If a letter is required with the car number, the letter must be at least fifty percent (50%) of the
height of the number.

The car at its widest point, including rub rails may not exceed 78".

Interior sheet metals to cover all openings-front, rear and side. Tapered floor from driver to right side can be any style as long as no higher than
cross brace. Floor plate under driver of 1/8" steel, 20" wide and length of driver.

Absolutely no air induction of any type allowed.

6.6 ENGINES
American made production V-8 engine blocks only. Must be production cast iron block with standard external measurements in all respects with
the exception of the permissible 0.060 over bore maximum. No aluminum, Bowtie, Rocket, SVO, 'X' or 'R' blocks allowed. No removing of
identification numbers. No grinding or lightening.

O.E.M. stock production, or O.E.M. replacement crankshafts, only, with I.D. numbers intact. Must have stock stroke for the block being used.
Must remain unaltered except for balancing. Minimum crank weight is 48 lbs.

Forged connecting rods only. Must remain stock length for the block being used (except 400 Chevy may use 5.7 rod). No H-beam, titanium or
aluminum rods. Through bolts or cap screws permitted, maximum 3/8”dia.No studs.

Any flat top or reverse dome piston may be used as long as it has the stock wrist pin height for the engine being used (except 400 Chevy). Valve
relief may be cut into the piston. No portion of the piston may protrude above the top of the block.

Any hydraulic or flat tappet steel camshaft with a maximum of 0.500 lift measured at the retainer. Stock diameter tappets only. No mushroom or
roller tappets allowed. No stud girdles or rev kits. Standard timing chain only - no gear drive or belt drives will be allowed. Stock type or roller
rockers permitted.

Cylinder heads must be stock steel production only. No Bowtie, Vortec, fuel injection type, SVO, W2, GT 40 or after market heads allowed.
Only two valves and one spark plug per cylinder. No titanium parts in the valve train allowed. Intake and exhaust ports must be in the original
"as cast" configuration. Any evidence of any sanding, polishing, relieving, grinding, porting, chemical treating, abrasive blasting, alteration to the
original form or the addition of material to the ports or combustion chambers is strictly forbidden. No external sanding, grinding or removal of
l.D. numbers or symbols. Valves must be stock production size and in stock location. Small block Chevy maximum valve size is 2.02" intake and
1.60" exhaust, measured across the face of the valve. Stock production valve spring diameter for heads used only. Screw in studs and guide
plates allowed. No chemical or ceramic work allowed in internal areas of intake or heads.

Oil pump must remain in stock location. No dry sumps or external oil pumps allowed. After market oil pans and breathers are allowed. Oil
cooler, if used, to be in engine compartment only. Oil accumulators (Accusump’s) may not be located in the driver’s compartment.

Stock production cast iron intakes on engines over 365 cubic inch. Following aluminum intakes numbers allowed on 365 cubic inch or less-GM:
Victor Jr 2975 or 2972 and 2101, Weiand 7546 or 7547. Ford: 2981 or 2760 and 2665 or 2750, Cleveland 7516 or 7517. AMC: 2930 or 2035.
Chrysler 2915 or 2176. Edelbrock: 7101 and 7501. After market or stock intakes to remain untouched. NO Marine type intakes.

Stock cast iron exhaust manifolds or headers permitted. No 180 degree headers or merge collectors are permitted. Maximum O.D. of headers 1
3/4 inches. Exhaust must exit under car, behind driver and be angled down. Mufflers are mandatory and car must pass noise level test (95 decibel
at 50 feet).

Factory type ignition, no Multi-spark discharge or mags. MSD, HEI ignition, with traction control detection module (PN 83645) and internal HEI
coil (PN 8225) permitted.

One (two or four barrel) carburetor only with maximum spacer height of 1 ¼". No aerosol carburetors. Only 2 gaskets (1 per side), with a
maximum thickness of 0.065 inches, may be used. Two return springs mandatory. No throttle cables allowed must be mechanical linkage. Toe
strap on gas pedal required.

Stock cast iron or after market aluminum water pump.

One radiator stock brass or aluminum in front of motor. Metal Shroud to cover top 180 degrees of fan.           Absolutely no anti-freeze in radiator.
Two-quart overflow can mandatory.

Mini-Starter allowed. No reverse mounted starter. Must be able to start car.
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Engine must be centered between frame rails. Chevrolet engine set-back to be measured as 33 ½" from top steering box mounting bolt to rear of
engine and 15 ½" from steering box mounting bolt to #1 cylinder spark plug. Ford engine set-back is under review and will be published as an
amendment. Crankshaft centerline can be no less than 7 ½” from bottom of front cross member.

6.6.1 OPTIONAL ENGINE
Only V-8 engines with a maximum displacement of 360.0 cubic inches are permitted. The maximum compression ratio is 11.00 to 1. Engine must
be sealed by a Beaver Dam Technical Official.

Block must be a factory production cast iron block with external measurements identical to the standard production engine. Angle milling of
block is prohibited. All engine block markings must remain. No aluminum engine blocks permitted. The maximum cylinder bore is 4.060
inches.

Only OEM cast iron or forged steel, or the following aftermarket crankshafts are permitted:

Manufacturer     Pro-Line    Scat                     C.A.T.         Eagle
GM               ------      5-350-3480-5700          ------         435034805700
FORD 351W        ------      4-351W-3500-6000         ------         435135006200

Titanium crankshafts are prohibited. Crankshafts with rod journal sizes less than 1.970 inches or undersized rod journals less than original
factory specifications are prohibited. GM crankshaft must have a 3.48 inch stroke. Ford crankshaft must have a 3.50 inch stroke. Minimum
crankshaft weight is 48 lbs. Lightweight, knife-edge, and undercut counterweight, crankshafts are prohibited.

Steel type balancer only - aluminum balancers are prohibited.

Any flat top, dished, or inverted dome piston may be used. Valve relief’s may be cut into pistons. No part of the piston may protrude above the
top of the block. Wrist pin hole must be in the stock location.

Only OEM magnetic steel, or the following aftermarket, connecting rods are permitted:

Manufacturer     Pro-Line    Scat                     C.A.T.         Eagle
GM               ROH-1-1     2-350-5700-2000          CRS-5700       CRS5700B3D
FORD 351W        ROH-2-6     2-351-5955-2311-912      CRS-5956       CRS5956F3D

Titanium rods are prohibited.

Steel oil pan only. All aftermarket oil pans must have an O.E.M style pan rail. Oil pan must be equipped with a 1 inch plug for inspection. The
plug must be directly inline with a rod journal. Engines equipped with a windage tray must provide a hole in the tray, in line with the plug.

Oil pump must remain in stock location. No dry sumps or external oil pumps allowed. After market oil pans and breathers are allowed. Oil
cooler, if used, to be in engine compartment only. Oil accumulators (Accusump’s) may not be located in the driver’s compartment.

Only the following approved cast iron cylinder heads may be used:


                                                 Intake Runner Volume
Manufacturer            Cylinder head            Measured in cc’s
GM                      World Products
                        Sportsman II
                        WRDO11150                200 cc’s
FORD                    M-6049-N351              195 cc’s

Cylinder heads must remain stock. All cylinder head markings must remain. Angle milling, chemical treating, acid dipping, acid flowing,
abrasive blasting, bowl cutting, addition of material to the ports or combustion chamber, or other alterations to the original, as cast, head is
prohibited. Valves, rocker studs, head bolts, and spark plugs may not be relocated. No polishing or grinding of ports, runners, or combustion
chamber is permitted. The cylinder head to block surface may only be machined a maximum of 0.050 inches from OEM.

Minimum combustion chamber size shall be 62.0 cc’s for all models. A three angle valve job may be done as long as no machining marks are more
than 1/8” above the head of the valve.

The maximum valve sizes, as measured across the face, are as follows:

Manufacturer                 Intake              Exhaust
GM                           2.020 inches        1.600 inches
FORD                         2.020 inches        1.600 inches

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Use of titanium valves is prohibited. The maximum allowable spring diameter is 1.57 inches. Beehive valve springs are prohibited.

Any steel or cast-iron camshaft may be used. Chain and sprocket camshaft drive system only. Camshaft journals must be stock for engine.
Rollerized camshaft bearings are prohibited. The maximum camshaft lift is 0.500 inches, measured at the valve.

Roller tappets are permitted. Any steel solid lifter is permitted. Hydraulic lifters of any type are prohibited. Rev kits are prohibited. Only the
following lifter diameters are allowed:

Manufacturer                 Maximum Diameter
GM                           0.843 inches
FORD                         0.875 inches

Only magnetic steel push rods are allowed. Roller rocker arms are permitted. Shaft type rocker arms are prohibited. Stud girdles are permitted.

Only the following approved intake manifolds may be used:

Manufacturer            Intake Manifold
GM                      Victor Jr. 2975
FORD                    Victor Jr. 2981 (Ford Part No. M-9424-V351)

No material may be added to the intake manifold. Grinding or polishing of the ports is prohibited.       Port matching of the intake manifold is
prohibited.

Only one flat gasket, with a maximum thickness of 0.120 inches, may be used between the intake manifold and cylinder head. No spacer or
wedge type gaskets are permitted between the intake manifold and head.

Stock cast iron exhaust manifolds or headers permitted. No 180 degree headers, or merge collectors. Maximum O.D. of headers 1 3/4 inches.
Exhaust must exit under car, behind driver and be angled down. Mufflers are mandatory and car must pass noise level test (95 decibel at 50 feet).

Factory type ignition only. Multi-spark discharge or mags prohibited. MSD, HEI ignition, with traction control detection module (PN 83645) and
internal HEI coil (PN 8225) permitted.

One (two or four barrel) carburetor only with maximum spacer height of 1¼". No aerosol carburetors. Only 2 gaskets (1 per side), with a
maximum thickness of 0.065 inches, may be used. Two return springs mandatory. No throttle cables allowed must be mechanical linkage. Toe
strap on gas pedal required.

Stock cast iron or after market aluminum water pump.

One radiator stock brass or aluminum in front of motor. Metal Shroud to cover top 180 degrees of fan. No electric fans. Absolutely no
anti-freeze in radiator. Two-quart overflow can mandatory.

Mini-Starter allowed. No reverse mounted starter. Must be able to start car.

Engine must be centered between frame rails. Engine Set-Back to be measured as 33½" from top steering box mounting bolt to rear of engine and
15½" from steering box mounting bolt to #1 cylinder spark plug. Crankshaft centerline can be no less than 7½” from bottom of front cross
member.

Added weight (ballast) may be steel or lead. All weights must be securely attached for inspection. Loose weights are prohibited. Added weights
must be painted white and have car number on each piece. Weight must be secured by no less than two ½-inch bolts. The maximum spacing
between bolts is 10 inches. Individual weights shall weigh no more than 50 pounds. No weights may be added outside the body or inside driver’s
compartment. Weights added behind the rear end shall be no less than 12 inches above ground.

6.7 TRANSMISSIONS AND DRIVE TRAIN
Steel blow proof bell housing only. Upper 270 degrees of bell housing must remain in tact.

Flywheel to be stock or after market aluminum. No Cut down flywheels allowed.

Any engine will be permitted to run a 7¼ inch, closed or open style, multi disc, clutch assembly, or converterless automatic transmission. Open
style clutches, lightweight flex plates, and carbon fiber clutch components are prohibited.

Passenger car or light truck three or four speed unaltered manual transmission, automatic transmission, or aftermarket manual transmission only.

Automatic transmissions must remain in OEM stock appearing automatic case, with a functioning stock appearing pump. Original bellhousing
must remain. Must have an approved scatter-shield or blanket. Scatter-shield may be constructed of quarter-inch by three-inch steel; 270-degrees
around flex plate or flywheel.

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Aftermarket manual transmission must have aluminum case, with aluminum internal clutch. Internal clutches made of other materials (e.g.
magnesium, composites, carbon fiber, etc.) are prohibited. Must bolt to steel, or aluminum, bellhousing. Must have approved scatter shield or
blanket. Scattershield must be constructed of minimum of 0.25-inch by three-inch steel 270-degrees around flexplate. SFI approved scatter shield
permitted. Must use full, steel, unaltered OEM or OEM replacement flexplate with stock type starter mounted in OEM location. Lightweight
flexplates are prohibited. No coatings or paint allowed on transmission case.

Drive shaft to be steel, painted white, and have safety loop of minimum 2” x 1/4" thickness located within one foot of front U-joint.

Stock rear end for frame used or Ford 9" floater recommended. Limited slip rear ends (such as clutch type, torque sensing, and ratchets) are
prohibited. Any combination okay so long as parts are steel. No aluminum parts except drive plates and spools. No off set. Drive flanges to be
of equal distance on both sides of frame. No independent rear end (Corvette, Jaguar). Rear trailing arms must remain mounted in stock frame
locations. One hole upper and lower for each trailing arm mount location.

No gun drilled axles.

6.8 SUSPENSIONS AND STEERING
Steering wheel to be quick release style.

Stock steering box and linkage only. Steering quickener allowed. Steering shaft must have 2 U-joints or be collapsible style. Tie rod adjuster
sleeve may be steel tube with steel jamb nuts. Outer tie rod end may be replaced with 0.625” or larger steel heim joint.

Stock metric lower "A" arms only in stock mounting positions. Stock unaltered metric spindles and rotors except for wheel bolt pattern, and
modifications to tie rod hole. No after-market or dropped spindles. One steel body, non-adjustable, unaltered shock per wheel, any mounting
position. No threaded body, front coil-over, air, or remote reservoir shocks. No Schrader valves or gas refill ports. One or all shocks may be
claimed per event for $25 each plus the shocks from the claimer’s car used in the A Main race. Claim must be made in accordance with thr
procedures in SECTION 3.9 - CLAIMS. A Coleman hub may be used on the front only.

All A-frame, upper and lower ball joints, trailing arms, steering components and suspension mountings must remain stock for frame in factory
frame position. Aftermarket trailing arms allowed as long as they conform to stock dimensions. Stock lengths for reference of trailing arms:
Lower 19-1/4; Upper 11-1/8. Measured center to center.

Stock dimension metric ball joints only.

Any O.E.M. type sway bar permitted.

Front upper control arm may be replaced with complete steel tubular drop in replacement one-piece control arm of stock length (8”) plus or minus
½” of stock length, using stock ball joints. NO aluminum components allowed.

Only stock rubber or neoprene replacement bushings allowed.           NO OFFSET, SOLID METAL, OR BEARING TYPE (MONO BALL)
ALLOWED.

6.9 BRAKES
Four-wheel foot operated hydraulic brakes in working order. Dual master cylinder allowed. Limiting or proportioning valves okay. GM Metric
frames must use unaltered GM Metric calipers only. No aluminum, after market caliper replacements.

6.10 FUEL AND TANKS
Pump gas only, no alcohol or additives. E85 permitted.

Approved fuel cell to be enclosed in 22-gauge sheet metal with 2 straps in both directions. Straps to be 1" x 1/8" steel. Ground clearance of 10".
Fuel cell protection bar on the bottom (as low as fuel cell). Fuel cell protection bar must be as wide or wider than fuel cell . Minimum of 1 ½" x
0.065 Wall tubing fuel cell hoop with two or more braces to frame. Fuel cell to be filled from top and have approved cap. No fuel lines in driver
area.

Stock style fuel pump in stock location. No electric or belt drive pumps.

No bottom draw fuel cells. Outlet must be on top.

The fuel cell breather or vent must have a one-way check valve to prevent spillage in case of a rollover.

6.11 BUMPERS AND PROTECTION BARS
Stock bumpers may be reinforced; ends must be strapped to fenders. Must have both bumpers to race. Radiator protection bar may be no higher
than the front of the hood or exceed 8" above the frame rail and no wider than the frame rails and may not extend beyond the front of the bumper.
Trunk protection bar no higher than rear of trunk lid. Protection bars to be 1 3/4" x 0.095 wall round tubing or smaller. Side protection bans to be
no larger than 1" x 0.095 wall square tubing with the ends capped at 45-degree angle.

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All cars must have a loop, hook or other provision, painted white, in the centerline of the front and back, behind the bumper line for the wrecker to
hook on to.

6.12 WHEELS AND TIRES
Racing steel wheels of 8" maximum width. Bead locks are allowed on all wheels. Foam type or soft plastic disc mud plug allowed on right side
only. Plastic disc mud plugs must have car number. Compression ring style mud plugs are prohibited.

1" hex steel lug nut mandatory. Studs must pass through lug nut completely.

Hoosier "E-MOD RC-4" tires only. No grooving, sipping, or softening allowed. Tire reconditioning permitted. Reconditioning to be done with 16
grit or finer fiber disc only. Metal disc prohibited. Subject to the approval or Beaver Dam officials.

6.12.1 TIRE DUROMETER LIMIT
Five cars will be selected, at random, prior to the start of qualifying races. Durometer readings will be taken at three points across the rear tires
(outside, middle, inside) of each car. The readings will be averaged together. The minimum allowable durometer reading of any tire prior to the
qualifying races, B Main race, and A Main race will be ninety percent (90%) of the average reading.

          Example: Average durometer reading of five selected cars: 50
                   Minimum allowable reading prior to race:         45

6.13 ELECTRICAL
12-volt electrical system only. One 12-volt battery only, which must be located behind driver area and securely fastened, with the positive
terminal covered. On/off and start switch to be clearly marked in driver area and easily reached by driver and safety crew. It is recommended to
have a main battery kill switch located behind the driver.

6.14 WEIGHTS
Weights to be bolted securely and painted white with car number and division on each weight. Weights must be within the body and below the
upper most door bar. No aluminum clamp on weight mounts. Loss of weight during a race will disqualify driver from race. No weights in
driver's compartment allowed.

6.15 DRIVER'S SAFETY
A, full face, helmet and face shield that meets SA2005, or SA2010, Snell Foundation or SFI 31.1/2005 specifications is mandatory. It is
recommended that a driver wear a SFI fire retardant head sock and underwear (Mandatory for driver under the age of 18).

SFI approved fire/driver suit mandatory. May be two piece suit. Neck collar optional. Drivers not wearing a neck collar will be required to wear a
fire retardant head sock. Condition of suit subject to Beaver Dam Officials approval. Fire retardant gloves required any time car is on the track.
SFI Fire retardant racing shoes or leather shoes with fire retardant socks are required.

A Raceceiver model SW1600, tuned to channel 1561(469.500) is mandatory. Failure to comply with Raceceiver requirements will result in a
penalty. Penalties will be imposed in accordance with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES.

It is mandatory that all pit stalls have a readily accessible 5 lb. Dry chemical fire extinguisher for use in the pits.

6.16 IMCA STOCK CAR CROSS-OVER RULE
IMCA Stock Cars must run IMCA Stock Car rules with the following exceptions:

          Seat belt and shoulder harness must be date stamped, 2008, 2009, or 2010, or 2011, or Beaver Dam approved safety restraint system.

          Helmet must be full face, with face shield, and meet SA2005, or SA2010, Snell Foundation or SFI 31.1/2005 specifications;

          All IMCA engines must run a Holley Model 4412S or 4412C two-barrel meeting IMCA specifications.




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                                                   SECTION - 7
                                           STREET STOCK DIVISION – 2011
Open to two-wheel drive American automobiles provided they comply with, and adhere to, specifications as outlined for this class.

NOTICE:
ALL EQUIPMENT IS SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF BEAVER DAM OFFICIALS. NO EQUIPMENT WILL BE CONSIDERED AS
HAVING BEEN APPROVED BY REASON OF HAVING PASSED THRU INSPECTION UNNOTICED. EFFORTS TO TAKE
ADVANTAGE OF “LOOP HOLES” IN THESE RULES WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. ALL RACE CARS WILL BE SUBJECT TO
INSPECTION BY TRACK OFFICIALS AT ANYTIME.

All cars in competition are required to have a working Westhold transponder (silver side facing the track). The front of the transponder must be
placed at least twenty four inches (24") behind the center line of the rear axle, on the right side frame rail. The transponder pouch should be
placed horizontally, with a clear view to the ground. If the transponder pouch is mounted to round tube frame components with nylon ties, the
transponder pouch should be secured so that it cannot spin from its horizontal position. Failure to comply with transponder requirements will
result in a penalty. Penalties will be imposed in accordance with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES.

7.1 COMPETING MODELS AS APPROVED BY RACEWAY PARK
Beaver Dam Street Stock races are open to 1960 or newer to 2002 models of American made, rear wheel drive, passenger cars. Cars may be 2 or
4 door sedans, hardtops, or coupes. Camaros, Firebirds, El Camino’s, trucks, vans, convertibles, station wagons and front wheel drive vehicles are
prohibited. Uni-body style cars are permitted.

All cars must maintain a minimum wheelbase of 108.0 inches at all times.

7.1.2 Other Approved Models
Other models may be approved, provided they are of the same body configuration, meet the spirit and intent of competitive racing, and are
approved by Beaver Dam Officials.

7.1.3 Identification and Marking
Officially issued numbers must be at least 20 inches high by 4 inches wide and neatly applied (paint or decals) to both doors. A number is required
on the roof, readable from the right side, and must be at least 30” tall. Numbers, as large as possible and in contrasting colors to the body, must be
applied to the front and, rear of the car. Metallic or holographic numbers are prohibited. Duplicate numbers are discouraged. Cars with duplicate
numbers will be issued a letter to go with the number. If a letter is required with the car number, the letter must be at least fifty percent (50%) of
the height of the number. It is the responsibility of the driver to ensure that the scorer’s can read the car number. The car will not be
scored until the number is corrected.

Beaver Dam reserves the right to assign car numbers, and to assign or restrict the display of graphics and advertising on race cars. Offensive
graphics or slogans are not permitted. All Competitors agree to accept Beaver Dam’s decision in this matter.

Where required, participating sponsor’s emblems, or decals will be placed in the position designated by Beaver Dam Officials. Cars that do not
display all sponsors emblems, or decals, will receive less prize money.

7.2 GENERAL CAR WEIGHT REQUIREMENTS
7.2.1 Overall Car Weight
The specific minimum weights for all cars are listed below. All weights are with the driver, after competition.

Car Type                                                     Minimum Weight
Unsealed 363 CI, or greater, Motor                           3400 lb.
Unsealed 363 CI, or less, Motor with 86100 intake w 2bbl     3300 lb.
Previously Sealed Motor with 86100 intake w 2bbl             3100 lb.
Unsealed 363 CI, or less, Motor w 2bbl                       3000 lb.
Sealed Motor w 2bbl                                          3000 lb.

Other motor combinations must be approved by Beaver Dam Officials prior to an Event. Weights may be adjusted to ensure a competitive balance
within the division.

Penalty as follows:
          First Offense      - disqualification and loss of points and money for that event.
          Second Offense     - disqualification, loss of money for that event, loss of points for year, and a 3 night suspension at the track where the
                               violation occurred.
          Third Offense      - disqualification, loss of money for that event, loss of points for year, and suspension at the track where the violation
                               occurred for remainder of year.


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Disqualification and suspensions will be applicable only at the track where the penalty was imposed. A night’s suspension is considered to be
prohibition from competition at a regularly scheduled, completed, points paying event, at the track at which the penalty is imposed. Open shows,
and cancelled events do not count as “nights” for the purposes of serving suspensions.

7.2.2 Added Weight
Added weight (ballast) may be steel or lead. All weights must be securely attached for inspection. Loose weights are prohibited. Added weights
must be painted white and have car number on each piece. Weight must be secured by no less than two ½-inch bolts. The maximum spacing
between bolts is 10 inches. No weights may be added outside the body or inside driver’s compartment. Weights added behind the rear end shall
be no less than 12 inches above ground.

7.2.3 Car Weights After Race
All race winners must weigh in immediately after the race. Additional cars may be randomly selected for post race weigh in.

Any weight, or body parts, that fall off a car during competition cannot be returned to the car for determining weight after a race.

7.3 GENERAL CAR REQUIREMENTS
Body and frame swaps permitted as long as the original wheelbase of the body is within two (2) inches of the wheelbase of the frame. Body must
be of same parent corporation as frame. Any non-conforming body and frame swaps must be approved by Beaver Dam Officials prior to an
Event.

7.3.1     Car Bodies
The car body must meet the following requirements.

Cars must be neat appearing. All cars must have complete bodies, hoods, fenders, and an approved front and rear bumper. Bodies must be OEM
steel or OEM replacement steel. After market bodies are prohibited. Fabricated steel doors are permitted as long as they have the same thickness,
contours and shape of the original doors. Fabricated steel fenders and quarter panels, to within 4-inches of the top of the body, are permitted as
long as they have the same thickness, contours and wheel openings of the original panels. Hood scoops are prohibited, unless they are OEM for
body. Spoilers, air dams, and wings are prohibited. Spoiler allowed on rear trunk lid maximum of five inches, measured from base to tip. Rear
spoiler to be no wider than trunk lid. No forward mounting brackets or sideboards. Wheel wells must have a rolled edge or be capped. The front
of the cowl must seal to the back of the hood. Rear of car between bumper and deck lid must be enclosed. All body panels must be fastened in an
approved manner. Body panels damaged during an event must be repaired or replaced in a reasonable period of time. Cars with unrepaired or
unpainted body panels may not be allowed to compete. The decision of Beaver Dam Officials about appearance is final.

Gutting of the interior is allowed but the A pillars must remain stock. The A pillar is the pillar that the door hinges to, and extends from the lower
rocker panel all the way to the top edge of the windshield. The floor pan (speaker deck to firewall), front firewall, speaker deck, and rear inner
fenders ahead of the rear bulkhead, and trunk floor panels must all remain intact. A hole in the trunk floor for fuel cell mounting will be allowed,
with a 1 inch maximum clearance around the fuel cell. Trunk floor and rear inner fenders behind the rear bulkhead may be removed. Rusted floor
panels may be replaced with stock production floor panels or minimum thickness 20 gauge steel, installed in the same location. All holes caused
by rust or equipment removal (i.e., heater) must be covered with minimum thickness 20 gauge steel. A minimum thickness 20 gauge steel firewall
must be installed between the driver’s compartment and trunk.

The hood, roof, trunk lid, and doors may be gutted to the skin. All sharp edges, especially around the driver’s window opening, must be rolled or
capped. The stock dashboard must be removed. The replacement dashboard must be of non-reflective material.

All glass (windows, headlights, taillights, etc.), exterior body moldings (chrome, trim, mirrors, door handles, etc.), combustible material
(headliner, seats, insulation, etc.) must be removed. Opera windows may be closed. Stock hood and trunk latches must be removed and replaced
with clip type hood pins. A minimum of 4 hood and 2 trunk pins are required. Spin-off hood pins are prohibited. Stock grilles must be replaced
with expanded metal or screen.

Front and rear bumpers must be OEM and mount in the original location. Bumpers may not be reinforced or have jagged edges. Cars with molded
rubber or plastic front and/or rear bumper covers may use a, hollow, round steel tubing bumper, securely welded to frame horns, no larger than
1¾-inches in diameter, extending 6, or more, inches beyond the frame. Radiator protector hoop permitted. Radiator protector hoop no larger than
1½-inches by 0.095 wall thickness may be added behind the front bumper and within the body, grille, formed nose and confines. Rear hoop no
larger than 1½-inches by 0.095 wall thickness may be added to the rear bumper, and must be no higher than the trunk.

A reinforced, 1-inch or smaller, full width, steel wire mesh windshield screen is required. The wire diameter must be no less than 0.063 inches for
mesh larger than ½-inch, or no less than 0.035 inches for mesh smaller than ½-inch. A minimum of three reinforcements must be installed behind
the wire mesh. The reinforcements must be bolted or welded to the roof panel or roll bar and dash panel in an approved manner. Reinforcements
must be installed so as not to obstruct the driver’s vision.

Side door windows are not allowed.

Rub rails may be no larger than one (1) inch in diameter and have a maximum wall thickness of 0.125 inches. Rub rails must have the ends cut at
a 45-degree angle and be capped. Rub rails must be flush with body and must be bolted (carriage bolts recommended) or welded to the roll cage.

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The rub rail must be mounted no lower than the center of the rim and no higher than the top of the rim and must end 4 inches, or more, from the
wheel opening. Rub rails must match the color of the body.

7.4 FRAME AND ROLL CAGE
All frames and roll cages must be acceptable to Beaver Dam Officials. The frame and roll cage must meet the requirements described in the
following paragraphs.

All chassis’ must be equipped with a fuel cell protector bar. The fuel cell protector bar must stay within the confines of the trunk, ahead of the
rear bumper, and no lower than the bottom of the fuel cell.

7.4.1 Frame
All frames must be stock passenger car frames. Drilling or hole sawing of frame is prohibited. Chopping, channeling, or sectioning of the frame
in either length or width is prohibited. Plating of stock frame for strength or rust repair is permitted. Repair or replacement of rear frame section
behind rear spring pockets is permitted. Replacement is to be 2”x 3”x 0.120” rectangular tubing. Measuring from the lower ball joint to the center
of the rear end housing may be used as a guide to unaltered frame dimensions.

The front and rear frame sections of uni-body cars must be connected by a minimum of 2” x 3” x 0.120” square tubing, welded in place so as to
maintain the full uni-body floor structure. The original design dimensions of the frame may not be altered as a result of reinforcement.

7.4.2 Roll Cage
Roll cage installation and workmanship must be acceptable to Beaver Dam Officials. All bends in the roll bar tubing must have a smooth radius
and no kinks. It is recommended that all joints be gusseted.

Offset roll cages are prohibited. Laid-back roll cages are prohibited.

The roll cage must be a four-post design consisting, in general, of: a vertical main hoop; top hoop or halo bar; and left and right front post.




The main hoop must connect to the left and right frame rails, behind the driver, and be diagonally braced. The main hoop may be located no
further back than the rear body mount by the frame kick-up. On GM “XG” body frames, the back of the main hoop may be located no further
back than 82½-inches from the center of the front lower ball joint. The main hoop must have a horizontal bar at the midpoint. The main hoop bar
must be round steel tubing no less than 1¾-inches in diameter and have a minimum wall thickness of 0.095 inches. All other main hoop support
bars may be round steel tubing no less than 1½ -inches in diameter and have a minimum wall thickness of 0.095 inches. DOM tubing
recommended. Black pipe, exhaust tubing, formed pipe, etc. is prohibited.
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The top hoop must attach to the main hoop, and left and right front posts. The left and right front posts must be connected by a horizontal “dash”
bar. The top hoop, and left and right front posts must be round steel tubing no less than 1¾-inches in diameter and have a minimum wall
thickness of 0.095 inches. The dash bar may be round steel tubing no less than 1½ -inches in diameter and have a minimum wall thickness of
0.095 inches. “A” pillar supports are allowed.

The driver’s side front post must be connected to the main hoop by three, or more, equally spaced, horizontal bars, mounted flush with the outer
door skin. The door bars must be connected by two, or more, equally spaced vertical braces and must attach to the main frame by two, or more,
equally spaced vertical braces. A foot protector bar is allowed and recommended. All driver side door bars and braces must be round steel tubing
no less than 1¾-inches in diameter and have a minimum wall thickness of 0.095 inches. The complete driver’s side door bar area must be
plated with steel plates no less than 0.095 inches thick .

The passenger side must be equipped with a minimum of three door bars. Two of the bars may be “X” design. Horizontal bars must be equally
spaced and connected by two, or more, equally spaced vertical braces. All passenger side door bars and braces may be round steel tubing no less
than 1½-inches in diameter and have a minimum wall thickness of 0.083 inches.

The main hoop must be connected to the back of frame kickup by a minimum of two bars. The bars must be round steel tubing no less than 1¾-
inches in diameter and have a minimum wall thickness of 0.095 inches.

All roll bars exposed to the driver, and left side door bars, must be padded (SFI rated fire retardant recommended).

7.5 SUSPENSION
The front suspension must be OEM. Upper and lower control arms, and upper and lower ball joints, must be OEM, and of the same make and
model as the frame. 1978 to 1988 GM metric frames using unaltered, UB Machine 14-0809-5L (or equal) and 14-0809-5R (or equal) upper
control arms must run at 3000 pounds. 1978 to 1988 GM metric frames using unaltered, UB Machine 14-0829-5L (or equal) and 14-0809-5R (or
equal) upper control arms must run at 3100 pounds. Only stock rubber or neoprene replacement bushings allowed. Metal pivot bearings and
bushings are prohibited. Control arms may be reinforced but locating holes must remain unaltered. Drilled or lightened upper or lower control
arms are prohibited. Any coil spring allowed that will fit in the OEM mounting points. No spring shims, cups, screw jacks, rubbers, blocks or
mount altering devices permitted front or rear. Nonadjustable spring cups or spring shims allowed.

The front sway bar may be mounted up-side-down to the frame in the original location, and must use the factory style brackets and rubber or
urethane bushings, with no spacers between the bracket and frame.

Independent rear suspensions are prohibited. The rear suspension must be OEM. Relocation of the rear suspension control arm brackets on the
frame and rear end is prohibited. Upper and lower rear control arms must be, unmodified, OEM, and of the same make and model as the frame.
Aftermarket trailing arms allowed as long as they conform to stock dimensions. Stock lengths for reference of trailing arms: Lower 19-1/4;
Upper 11-1/8. Measured center to center. Only unaltered stock rubber or neoprene replacement bushings allowed. Metal pivot bearings and
bushings are prohibited. Any coil spring allowed that would fit in the OEM mounting points.

Only one shock per wheel. Front and rear shocks must mount in original position. Non-adjustable, non rebuildable, stock type mount, steel
shocks only. No modifications to the as manufactured shock permitted. No external adjustments (pressure, compression, rebound) permitted on
shock absorbers. Aluminum body shocks, steel body shocks with threaded mounts, and remote reservoir shock absorbers are prohibited.

Computerized, electric, hydraulic, pneumatic, or remote controlled devices, which can change the handling characteristics of the car, during the
race, are prohibited.

7.5.1 Spindles, Wheel Bearings, and Hubs
Spindles and wheel bearings must be OEM and of the same make and model as the frame. Hubs must be OEM. Coleman safety hub permitted on
the right front only. Dropped spindles are prohibited.

No aftermarket or fabricated spindles.

7.5.2 Brake Components - Front and Rear
Each wheel must be equipped with a brake in proper working condition. Anti-lock brake systems prohibited. Installation must be approved by
Raceway Park. Front brakes may be disc or drum. Rear brakes must be drum. Disc brake calipers must be OEM, of the same make and model as
frame, grinding is prohibited. Disc brake rotors and drums must be steel. Aluminum or composite rotors are prohibited. Drilled or lightened
rotors are prohibited.

One brake master cylinder only. After market brake components, with the exception of brake pads, are not allowed. Floor mounted pedals are
prohibited. All brake lines must be steel and the same diameter. Brake shut off devices or proportioning valves are prohibited.

7.6 ENGINE REQUIREMENTS
7.6.1 General Eligibility
Only V-8 engines are permitted. Engine must be of Parent Corporation of frame. The maximum displacement for General Motors and Ford
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engines is 363.0 cubic inches. The maximum displacement for Mopar engines is 368.0 cubic inches. The maximum compression ratio is 10.80 to
1 for all engines.

7.6.2 Engine Location
Engine mounts may be after market. The engine must remain in the stock location. No setback allowed. V8 must use v8 mounting location.
Eample : Metric g-body The dimension from the front of the unaltered cross member to the centerline of the fuel pump is 2 ¾”. Contact Raceway
Park officials if you have questions on the setbacks for other makes and models.

7.6.3 Engine Blocks
Block must be a factory production cast iron block with external measurements identical to the standard production engine. Angle milling of
block is prohibited. All engine block markings must remain.

7.6.4 Crankshaft and Harmonic Balancer
Only OEM cast iron or forged steel crankshafts, or the following aftermarket crankshafts, are permitted:

Manufacturer     Pro-Line     Scat                    C.A.T.         Eagle
GM               ------       5-350-3480-5700         ------         435034805700
FORD 351W        ------       4-351W-3500-6000        ------         435135006200

Titanium crankshafts are prohibited. Lightweight, knife-edge, and undercut counterweight crankshafts are prohibited. Crankshafts with
journals undercut more than 0.030 inches prohibited. Minimum crankshaft weight is 50.5 lbs. Other aftermarket crankshafts may be permitted
provided the journal diameter and stroke are the same as OEM and they weigh a minimum of 50.5 pounds.

Only OEM, all steel, standard type harmonic balancers are permitted. Aluminum or fluid type balancers are prohibited.

7.6.5 Pistons and Rods
Any after market piston, with the wrist pin in the stock location, may be used. Stock dimension wrist pins must be used.

Only OEM magnetic steel, forged, connecting rods, or the following OEM replacement connecting rods, for the make and model engine, are
permitted:

Manufacturer       Pro-Line       Scat              C.A.T.           Eagle
GM                 ROI-1-11       3-ICR-5700P       CR-350           --------
                   ROI-1-13       3-ICR-5700        CR-350B          --------
FORD 302           ROI-2-15       3-ICR-5090P       CR-302           SIR5090FP
                                  3-ICR-5090                         SIR5090FB
FORD 351W          ROI-2-16       --------          CR-351W          SIR5956FP
                                                                     SIR5956FB
MOPAR              ROI-3-4        --------          CR-318           SIR6123CB

Any after market, magnetic steel, rod bolt may be used. Cap screws are prohibited. Titanium rods and rod bolts are prohibited.

7.6.6 Oil Pump, Pan, and Cooler
Wet sump oil pumps only. Dry sump oil pumps are prohibited. Any after market oil pan, without an oil recovery pouch or power kickout on
passenger side, may be used.

External engine oil coolers are permitted. Coolers may not be located in the driver’s compartment.

Oil accumulators (Accusump’s) may not be located in the driver’s compartment.

7.6.7 Cylinder Heads
Cast iron cylinder heads only. Must be O.E.M. Stock or O.E.M. replacement parts. (Allowable head numbers are 014, 195, 267, 330, 336, 339,
388, 393, 441, 445, 454, 487, 493, 545, 598, 624, 642, 709, 799, 813, 862, 881, 882, 920, 991, 993, 997) or any other OEM stock replacement
head that fits these criteria.      General Motors Vortec (Casting P/N 10239906 or 12558062) and SR cylinder heads (P/N
042660,042670,042770,043600,043610,043640,043650,042650,042750) are permitted. Aftermarket Vortec and General Motors Vortec cylinder
head P/N 25534351 & 25534371 are prohibited. Vortec heads may be drilled and tapped to install intake manifold.

No Dbl hump, angle plug, bowtie, W-2, GT-40 or SVO heads are allowed. SPECIALLY PRODUCED LIMITED PRODUCTION PARTS SUCH
AS CORVETTE Z-28, OR MARINE APPLICATIONS TYPES ARE NOT ALLOWED! Aluminum cylinder heads are prohibited. Titanium
valves are prohibited.

Cylinder heads must remain stock. All cylinder head markings must remain. Angle milling, chemical treating, acid dipping, acid flowing,
abrasive blasting, bowl cutting, addition of material to the ports or combustion chamber, or other alterations to the original, as cast, head is
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prohibited. Valves, rocker studs, head bolts, and spark plugs may not be relocated. No polishing or grinding of ports or runners is permitted. No
material may be added to the combustion chamber. The cylinder head to block surface may only be machined a maximum of 0.050 inches from
OEM. A three angle valve job may be done as long as no machining marks are more than 1/8” above the head of the valve.

The maximum valve sizes, as measured across the face, are as follows:
Manufacturer                Intake             Exhaust
GENERAL MOTORS
    VORTEC                  1.940 inches       1.500 inches
    ALL OTHER GM            2.020 inches       1.600 inches
FORD “CLEVELAND”            2.046 inches       1.656 inches
FORD “WINDSOR”              1.8437 inches      1.5469 inches
MOPAR                       2.020 inches       1.625 inches

The maximum allowable spring diameter is 1.32 inches.

7.6.8 Camshafts, Valve Lifters, & Rocker Arms
Only flat tappet, steel, camshafts may be used. Rollerized camshaft bearings are prohibited. The maximum camshaft lift is 0.500 inches,
measured at the valve retainer. Chain and sprocket camshaft drive system only. No roller tappets, or mushroom lifters are allowed. Valve spring
retainers must be magnetic steel only. Only the following steel, straight barrel lifters are allowed:

Manufacturer                  Maximum Diameter
GENERAL MOTORS                0.843 inches
FORD                          0.875 inches
CHRYSLER CORP.                0.904 inches

Rev kits and stud girdles are prohibited. Only steel push rods are allowed.

Only stock rocker arms are permitted. Roller rocker arms are prohibited.

7.6.9 Intake Manifold
Any cast iron, OEM, non high rise, intake manifold is permitted. Grinding or polishing of the ports is prohibited. Chemical treating, acid dipping,
acid flowing, abrasive blasting, addition of material, or other alterations to the original, as cast, intake manifold is prohibited. General Motors
intake manifolds, 14096242, 14096011, 14097494, and 12366573 are prohibited.

Only the following, unmodified, one (1) inch, straight bore, phenolic, or Beaver Dam approved, adapter plates may be used between the intake
manifold and carburetor:

          Canton              Brzezinski
          Racing              Racing
          Products            Products
          #85-050             #108
          #85-060             #105
          #85-070             #101

NO chamfering, grinding, or drilling of the adapter plate is permitted. Only 2 gaskets (1 per side), with a maximum thickness of 0.065 inches,
may be used.

7.6.10 Carburetor
All Street Stock engines must run a Holley Model 4412S or 4412C two-barrel, carburetor.

The carburetor must meet the following:
    A. Carburetor Body - No polishing, grinding, or drilling permitted. Factory type air bleeds only. Screw in air bleeds are prohibited.
    B. Choke - The choke may be removed.
    C. Choke Horn - The choke horn may not be removed.
    D. Boosters - The boosters and booster location may not be changed. The size or shape must not be altered. Boosters may not be tapered.
         Height must remain standard.
    E. Venturi - Venturi area must not be altered. Casting ring must remain.
    F. Base Plate – Base plate must not be altered.
    G. Butterflies - Butterflies must not be thinned or tapered. Retaining screws may not be altered.
    H. Throttle Shafts - Throttle shafts must not be thinned.
    I. Metering Block - Only metering block 134-137 is permitted. Adjustable metering blocks are prohibited. Metering block must not be
         altered.

Any carburetor can be claimed either for $25.00 plus a carburetor of the same model from claimer’s engine used in that race, or $250.00 outright.
Claims must be made, by the Competitor, to a Beaver Dam Official in the Claim Area immediately after the completion of the division A Main
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race and be accompanied by cash or cashier check. Claims are limited to the top 5 finishing positions in the race. Claimee must have competed in
A Main race and finish on the same lap as the car being claimed. Example: In order for the sixth place car to be eligible to make a claim on the
fifth place car, the sixth place car must have finished on the same lap as car which finishes in fifth place.

Any attempt to pull outside air other than down thru the venturies is prohibited.

Throttle linkage must be solid rod, cable type linkage is prohibited. Two carburetor return springs, mounted in two directions, required.

Gas pedal must be push/pull type. Toe loop required on gas pedal.

7.6.11.1 Air Cleaner
All cars must be equipped with an air cleaner during competition. The air cleaner must be no more than 14 inches in diameter and may not
protrude thru the hood. Top flow air cleaners are prohibited. Carburetor hats are prohibited.

7.6.11.2 Air Intake
Forward intakes are not allowed. Cowl air induction is not allowed. Air boxes are not permitted. No devices for directing the flow of air into the
air cleaner are permitted.

7.6.12 Ignition System and Battery
Stock type distributor ignitions only. HEI must have the coil in the cap. HEI must use stock type four pin GM style ignition module. No external
ignition boxes. Magnetos and crankshaft-triggered ignitions are prohibited. 12-volt battery and electrical systems only.

A, labeled on/off, ignition switch, within reach of the driver and safety crew, is required.

A main battery shut off switch labeled on/off and highlighted with a RED circle is mandatory to shut off all electrical power to the car. This
switch must be mounted behind the driver’s head inside the roll cage.

The battery must be moved to the driver’s compartment (behind the seat) or in the trunk area, must be securely installed with a minimum of two
steel straps, and be enclosed in either a marine type battery box or an Beaver Dam approved battery box.

7.6.13 Exhaust System
All cars must have a complete exhaust system and muffler at all times. “X” or “H” type exhaust systems permitted. “2 into 1” exhaust systems
prohibited. Exhaust manifolds must be unaltered, cast iron, OEM. Corvette style exhaust headers and center dump manifolds are prohibited.
Chemical treating, acid dipping, acid flowing, abrasive blasting, addition of material, or other alterations to the original, as cast, exhaust
manifold is prohibited. All exhaust systems must extend past the driver and exit under the car. The maximum size of the exhaust system is
2½-inches, i.d. The maximum decibel limit is determined by community noise limits. Cars with noise levels that contribute to a violation of the
community noise limit may be disqualified.

7.6.14 Cooling System
Aluminum water pump and pulleys are permitted. Electric fans are permitted. Use of antifreeze is prohibited. Water wetter is permitted.

All cars must be equipped with an approved overflow or catch tank. Factory catch tanks are permitted.

Radiator must mount in front of engine. Radiator may be any size, but must mount in original stock location. Radiator may not protrude thru
hood. Radiator shrouds must retain the same shape as OEM shrouds. Shrouds must be metal or OEM and extend to fan blades.

7.7 DRIVE TRAIN
7.7.1 Clutch, Bell Housing, Transmission, and Drive Shaft
Only unaltered OEM automatic transmissions are permitted. Manual transmissions are prohibited. Torque converter must be unaltered OEM or
OEM replacement. Dummy torque converters are prohibited. The minimum weight of the torque converter & fluid, and flex plate is 40 lb. No
allowance is made for fluid loss.

External transmission oil coolers are permitted. Coolers may not be located in the driver’s compartment.

Drive shaft must be OEM magnetic steel, minimum 2½-inches, o.d. and painted white. The drive shaft yokes and U-joint caps must be magnetic
steel.

All cars must be equipped with a 360 degree hoop that surrounds the drive shaft. The hoop must be constructed from a minimum of 0.250-inch
thick by 2-inch steel, located approximately 6 to 8- inches behind the front U-joint, and be bolted to the floor using washers no less than 1½-
inches in diameter.

7.7.2 Rear End
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Only OEM passenger car rear ends are permitted. Rear end must be of Parent Corporation of frame. Truck rear ends are prohibited. Relocation
of the holes in the lower control arm brackets is prohibited. Full floating or quick-change rear ends are prohibited. No traction control devices or
“Detroit Lockers” are permitted. Rear end may be welded for two-wheel drive or a mini spool may be used. C-clip eliminators or wedding ring
type axle retention devices permitted.

Axles must be steel. Titanium axles are prohibited.

7.7.3 Wheels and Tires
7.7.3.1 Wheels
The wheels must be steel and meet the following requirements:
    A. Only after market, single pattern, steel racing wheels or 8 spoke, single pattern, wheels are permitted. Wheels must be painted white or
        a bright color.
    B. All wheels must be 15 inches in diameter and no more than 8.0 inches wide.
    C. Wheels, less tire, weights, and valve, must weigh a minimum of 19.0 pounds.
    D. Wheel studs must be a minimum of 7/16-inch diameter and at least flush with outside of lug nut.
    E. Wheels must be attached with 1-inch, steel, lug nuts. Lug nuts may not be altered.

Wheel spacers are prohibited. Pressure bleeders are illegal. Bead lock permitted on right rear only. One foam type or soft plastic disc mud plug
allowed on right rear only. Plastic disc mud plugs must have car number. Compression ring style mud plugs are prohibited.

7.7.3.2 Tires
Only Raceway Park approved tires allowed. Approved tires are: Goodyear Eagle Short Track Special 27.0 x 8.0 – 15 #D3264 – C400; D2599;
D2342; D2345; D3268;Hoosier 500 Series 8.0-26.5-15-500,8.0-27.0-15-500 or any 70 series DOT street tire. Studded tires are prohibited. No
buffing or treatment of tires allowed. No grooving, or sipping of tires allowed. Tire reconditioning permitted. Reconditioning to be done with 16
grit or finer fiber disc only. Metal disc prohibited. Subject to the approval or Beaver Dam officials. Minimum right side air pressure 15 pounds
(both tires), at all times.

7.7.3.3 Tire Durometer Limit
Five cars will be selected, at random, prior to the start of qualifying races. Durometer readings will be taken at three points across the rear tires
(outside, middle, inside) of each car. The readings will be averaged together. The minimum allowable durometer reading of any tire prior to the
qualifying races, B Main race, and A Main race will be ninety percent (90%) of the average reading.

          Example: Average durometer reading of five selected cars: 50
                   Minimum allowable reading prior to race:         45

7.8 FUEL SYSTEM
Electric fuel pumps are prohibited.

Fuel line through driver’s compartment must be enclosed in a continuous steel pipe or conduit. Fuel vent mounting, fuel line installation, and fuel
cell mounts must be Beaver Dam approved.

7.8.1 Fuel Cell
All cars must be equipped with a fuel cell. The maximum capacity of the fuel cell is 22 gallons. Check valve on fill and vent lines mandatory.
Flap valves are prohibited. Fuel cells with bottom fittings are prohibited.

Fuel cell must be located behind the rear end, between the frame rails and centered in the trunk area. The fuel cell must be attached to the frame
by bolts. Quick adjust friction or clamp type adjustable fuel cells mounts which may allow the fuel cell to move in a collision will not be
approved.

Minimum height to the bottom of the fuel cell container is 12 inches.

7.8.2 Fuel Cell Container
The fuel cell container must be a minimum of 20 gauge steel and must have a 1-inch lip. The container must have, two, 1 inch by 1/8-inch steel
straps, around the top, sides, and bottom, in both directions. The top may be either 18 or 20 gauge, steel.

7.8.3 Fuel
The fuel must be automotive gasoline only. The gasoline must not be blended with alcohols (such as methanol or ethanol), ethers, aniline or its
derivatives, or oxygenated additives (such as nitro methane or nitro propane). The use of nitrous oxide is prohibited.

Beaver Dam has the right to sample a competitor’s fuel at any time, during an event. Samples will be tested by Beaver Dam and/or any outside
laboratory at Beaver Dam discretion.


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7.9 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT
7.9.1 Steering components
All steering boxes and components must be stock, unaltered OEM, for the car. No quick steering devices allowed. All cars must have either a
collapsible, two-piece steering column, or a minimum of two swivel joints. Rag type joints are prohibited. A metal (no plastic) quick release
coupling, acceptable to Raceway Park, on the steering wheel is mandatory. The steering column must have an impact collar, no less than 1½-
inches in diameter, welded to the column forward of the column support inside the drivers’ compartment.

The center of the steering wheel must be padded with resilient material.

7.9.2 Seat
The seat must be a purpose built racing seat made of aluminum, and installed in a manner acceptable to Beaver Dam Officials. It is recommended
that the center of the seat be no less than 16 inches from the inside edge of the driver’s side door bar. No less than 4, ½-inch diameter, bolts must
be used to attach seat to frame and cage. A flat steel washer no less than 1½ inches in diameter must be installed between the head of the bolt and
seat. Seat must be equipped with a padded cover. Headrest on seat is mandatory.

7.9.3 Seat Belts and Shoulder Harness
A quick release lap belt and double shoulder belt no less than 3 inches wide, or Beaver Dam approved safety restraint system, is mandatory. A 2-
inch submarine belt is also mandatory. Seat belt and shoulder harness must be date stamped, 2008, 2009, or 2010, or 2011 and be in good
condition. Y-type shoulder harness is prohibited. Seat belt and shoulder harness must be installed according to manufacturer’s recommendations.
The belts and harness must be attached to the roll bar cage at approximately shoulder height with Grade 5 or better hardware, no less than 3/8-inch
in diameter. If a driver’s belts and harness become unlatched during an event, the driver will be black-flagged.

7.9.4 Helmet
A, full face, helmet and face shield that meets SA2005, or SA2010, Snell Foundation or SFI 31.1/2005 specifications is mandatory. It is
recommended that a driver wear a fire retardant head sock. Neck collar optional. Head and neck restraint recommended.

7.9.5 Drivers Suit
It is mandatory that a driver wear a SFI approved fire suit (free of rips and tears) while on the race track. It is recommended that the suit be double
layer, or single layer with nomex underwear (Mandatory for driver under the age of 18). It is recommended that a driver wear a SFI fire retardant
head sock (Mandatory for driver under the age of 18). Drivers not wearing a neck collar will be required to wear a fire retardant head sock. It is
mandatory that a driver wear fire retardant racing shoes or leather shoes with fire retardant socks. Canvass type shoes (i.e. athletic shoes) are not
acceptable.

Drivers will not be allowed on the track unless wearing a fire retardant suit and gloves. If a driver removes his/her gloves while on the race track,
the driver will be black-flagged.

7.9.6 Fire Control System
At the drivers discretion, the car be equipped with a fully charged fire extinguisher or on-board fire control system.

A fully charged, 5 lb. minimum, ABC class, fire extinguisher must be provided and readily available in each pit stall.

7.9.7 Window Net
It is mandatory that each car be equipped with either a 1-inch web or knitted mesh window net on the driver’s side. The minimum allowable
length is 12 inches. The window net must attach to the roll cage at the bottom and release with a seat belt snap or Beaver Dam approved release
on the top front corner of the window. Window net must be in the up position any time the car is on the race track.

7.9.8 Tow Hooks
Front and rear tow hooks are mandatory. Looped chain is permitted.

7.9.9 Mirrors
Mirrors are prohibited.

7.9.10 Two Way Radios
All in-car communication devices are prohibited. A Raceceiver model SW1600, tuned to channel 1561( 469.500) is mandatory. Failure to
comply with Raceceiver requirements will result in a penalty. Penalties will be imposed in accordance with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES.




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                                                      SECTION – 8
                                                SPORTMOD DIVISION - 2011
Open to two-wheel drive American automobiles provided they comply with, and adhere to, specifications as outlined for this division.

NOTICE
ALL EQUIPMENT IS SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF BEAVER DAM OFFICIALS. NO EQUIPMENT WILL BE CONSIDERED AS
HAVING BEEN APPROVED BY REASON OF HAVING PASSED THRU INSPECTION UNNOTICED. EFFORTS TO TAKE
ADVANTAGE OF “LOOP HOLES” IN THESE RULES WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. ALL RACE CARS ARE SUBJECT TO INSPECTION
BY TRACK OFFICIALS AT ANYTIME.

The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable
requirements for such events. These rules shall govern the condition of all events and by participating in these events, all participants are deemed
to have complied with these rules. No expressed or implied warranty of safety shall result from publications of, or compliance with, these rules
an/or regulations. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant,
spectator or official. The race director shall be empowered to permit reasonable and appropriate deviation from any of the specifications herein or
impose any further restrictions that in his opinion do not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. No expressed or implied warranty of safety
shall result from such alteration of specifications. Any interpretation or deviation of these rules is left to the discretion of the officials. Their
decision is final.

Numbers are required on the door or quarter panel and must be at least 20" tall and 4" wide. A number is required on the roof, readable from the
right side, and must be at least 30” tall. Numbers must also be on the front and back of car for ease of lineups, and be at least 4” tall. NO
METALLIC OR HOLOGRAPHIC NUMBERS WILL BE ALLOWED. Numbers need to be of contrasting color to the main color scheme. If
there are double numbers a letter will be issued to you by the track to go with your number. If a letter is required with the car number, the letter
must be at least fifty percent (50%) of the height of the number. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE DRIVER TO ENSURE THAT THE
SCORERS CAN READ THE CAR NUMBER. IF YOUR CAR NUMBER IS NOT READABLE FROM THE SCORING TOWER, THE CAR
WILL NOT BE SCORED UNTIL THE NUMBER IS CORRECTED.

Beaver Dam reserves the right to assign car numbers, and to assign or restrict the display of graphics and advertising on race cars. Offensive
graphics or slogans are not permitted. All Competitors agree to accept Beaver Dam’s decision in this matter.

Where required, participating sponsor’s emblems, or decals will be placed in the position designated by Beaver Dam Officials. Cars that do not
display all sponsors emblems, or decals, will receive less prize money.

All cars in competition are required to have a working Westhold transponder (silver side facing the track). The front of the transponder must be
placed at least twenty four inches (24") behind the center line of the rear axle, on the right side frame rail. The transponder pouch should be
placed horizontally, with a clear view to the ground. If the transponder pouch is mounted to round tube frame components with nylon ties, the
transponder pouch should be secured so that it cannot spin from its horizontal position. Failure to comply with transponder requirements will
result in a penalty. Penalties will be imposed in accordance with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES.

8.1 SAFETY EQUIPMENT
A full face helmet and face shield, rated Snell SA2005, SA2010, or SFI 31.1/2005 are required. Helmet and face shield must be worn at all times
car is on the track and must accompany vehicle at all times of inspection. Roll bar padding is required in the drivers’ compartment (SFI rated Fire
retardant recommended). SFI approved fire retardant suit, fire retardant gloves, and fire retardant shoes are required. Fire retardant neck brace
recommended but not required. Drivers not wearing a neck brace are required to wear a fire retardant head sock. Recommend SFI rated fire
retardant head sock, underwear (mandatory for drivers under the age of 18) and head and neck restraint systems. Driver’s side window net is
required. Minimum 16-inch x 20-inch mesh or ribbon style and must be mounted so latch is at the top front of the window. The top window net
mounts must be welded to the roll cage and the bottom of the window net must be mounted to the interior side of the chassis or door bars. The
window net must be up and latched at all times car is on the track. Minimum 3” wide five point safety restraint system (seat belts), or Beaver Dam
approved safety restraint system, required. Y style shoulder harness is not allowed. Belts must be mounted according to the mfg. Specifications to
the roll cage. They must be dated stamped 2008, 2009, or 2010, or 2011. Working ignition shut off switch is required within reach of properly
restrained driver and must be clearly marked on/off.

A Raceceiver model SW1600, tuned to channel 1561(469.500) is mandatory. Failure to comply with Raceceiver requirements will result in a
penalty. Penalties will be imposed in accordance with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES.

8.2 FRAME
OEM complete,1964 or newer perimeter, American made rear wheel drive passenger frame only. No sports car frames. No Jeep, Bronco, etc or
four wheel drive frames. No front wheel drive frames. Frames must be full and complete, cannot be widened or narrowed, and must be able to
support roll cage on both sides. Exceptions are: weight jack in original center line of spring tower allowed; frame may be cut to a maximum of 36-
inches forward from center of rear end housing; horns may be removed in front of steering box and notched a maximum of one inch at bottom for
tie rod clearance; cross member may be notched and boxed radiator and or steering clearance; maximum 7-inch wide opening in side of spring
tower for spring removal. Maximum 2-inch wide x 4-inch frame stiffener may be welded to the outside of the left frame rail. Minimum wheel base

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108-inches, maximum 112-inches. Maximum overall width (front or rear) shall not exceed 78-inches from outside of widest point of tire to outside
widest point of tire. For car utilizing stock rear suspension design, no further forward than 1-inch behind factory seam frame may be replaced with
2-inch x 3-inch rectangular steel tubing x 0.095-inch minimum wall thickness. No part of frame may be lower than 4-inches from ground except
for cross member.

8.3 ROLL CAGE
Roll cage must consist of continuous hoop design, minimum 1.75-inch O.D. tubing with a minimum wall thickness 0.095-inch for main cage.
Cage must be frame mounted in at least 6 locations. Low carbon or mild steel recommended. Cage must be electric welded. No brazing or
soldering allowed. Roll cage must consist of a configuration of front rear and top hoops, which are connected by tubing on sides, or side hoops.
Driver’s head must not protrude outside cage with helmet on in normal racing position. Top halo must be divided with diagonal or lateral cross
bar. Foot protection bar is required. Main cage may not go further forward than rear of engine block. All bars forward of the cage must be lower
than the hood.

8.4 DOOR BARS
All driver door bars and uprights must be a minimum of 1.50-inch O.D. and 0.083-inch wall thickness. Minimum of three drivers side door bars
parallel to the ground and perpendicular to the driver. Passenger side door bars required at least one horizontal or angled minimum 1.25-inch O.D.
x 0.083-inch wall thickness and one top door bar 1.50-inch O.D. x 0.083-inch thickness. Steel doorplate required on driver’s side. 18 gauge or
0.049-inch minimum thickness, welded to outside of the door bars. Must cover the area from the top door bar to the bottom door bar and from the
rear hoop down post to minimum 5-inches in front of leading edge of drivers seat. Doorplate must be visible for inspection.

8.5 BODY
See diagram. No composite body panels allowed except roof rock guard and hood scoop. Must be the same width front to rear and parallel to the
OEM frame. Nose panel must be flat with no fins or scoops allowed. Cooling holes allowed. Nose panel may be no wider, or lower than two
inches outside of front frame horns. Nose panel must remain within confines of front bumper. Engine compartment must remain open (no side
panels). Hood must be level or sloped down at front and Hood must be enclosed at rear. No reverse hood rake allowed. No panels in front of
right front door to engine compartment. No inner panels. No car covers at any time. Must have front windshield and rear window support posts.
Driver and passenger windows must have 12-inch minimum opening width and height measured at the center of the window, measured between
the lowest point at the top of the window whether roll cage or roof and highest point of bottom of window either roll cage, door panel or interior.
May use polycarbonate full windshield. Roof must be fiberglass, steel or aluminum full size rounded down in all directions. No dished roofs
allowed. Driver roof hatch allowed. Maximum 1.5-inch rolled down rock guard allowed on roof front. Maximum four inch roof sides allowed.
Maximum one inch ridge down sides of roof. Maximum one inch rear roof stiffener (must face down). Window side (sail) panels must resemble
the diagram configuration in all aspects and may not extend ahead of back of seat. . Single plane rear spoiler permitted optional, may be minimum
one inch to 5-inches maximum in material height and maximum 66-inch in width. No additional fins, lips, wicker bills, or air controlling devices
permitted. Spoiler may have one stiffener that must be 1-inch, or more, down from top edge. Maximum 3 spoiler braces allowed, forward facing,
perpendicular to spoiler. Spoiler braces must match diagram in all aspects. Outside of tires must be widest part of car. Body may not extend past
front of rear bumper. No reflective body panels. All body diagram dimensions must be met.




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                                                         SportMod Body Dimensions

A    20” max.      16” min. (ground to center of                     Q 38” max. 28” min.
                         bumpers, front and rear)                    R     Max. no wider or lower than front frame horns.
B     ---          6.5” min (center to center)                             Min. 24” nose must be flat and flush with sides.
C    52” max. 42” min.                                               S 66” max. 24” min. must cover radiator.
D     4” max.            Hood drop (sides), sealed off from          T 52” max. 44” min.
                         driver’s compartment and max. 3” rake.      U 56” max. 41” min. (fiberglass only)
E    42” max.                                                        V     All tires must be outside body and nerf bar and
F     6” max.                                                              visible from front, rear, and top. Minimum
G                    4” min. Door may extend maximum 6”                    6” tire outside of body.
                         past block at bottom on both sides.         W 66” max. 53” min. Same front to back.
H    19” max. must be same on both sides                             X 43” max. 24” min.
I   112” max. 108” min.                                              Z               3” min.
J    29” max. 22” min.                                                     REAR FILLER PANEL: 8” min. / 90 degree
K    72” max. or not past back of block, right side.                       angle. Must be solid, attached to deck, extended
          side may extend forward to cover foot box.                       to quarter panels, attached to deck.
L    18” max. 12” min. opening, both sides.                                SPOILER BRACES: Maximum 3 total. Bottom
M         With level, must have no more than 2”                            edge of spoiler brace must be flush with rear
          clearance at rear of roof, and 5” at top front.                  edge of interior deck.
N   120” max. 106” min.                                                    SAIL PANELS: Must be within confines of
O    48” max. 34” min.                                                     these dimensions and same on both sides. Must
P         Interior slope is 6” max. front to rear and flat across.         mount within 2” of outside edge of interior deck.
          If flat at front half of interior you have used up 50%
          of your 6” so from behind driver to rear you may
          only have 3”. Top of interior must be flush with
          top of door and quarter panels. Optional escape
          hatch from driver to passenger door allowed.




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8.6 DRIVER COMPARTMENT
Must have minimum 3 windshield bars in front of driver. Polycarbonate or aluminum cowl in front of driver, no wider than cockpit, no further
back than steering wheel. Minimum 0.125-inch thick aluminum or 0.060-inch steel, complete floor pan required. Aluminum high back purpose
built aluminum racing seat required. Must be bolted in using minimum of four 3/8-inch diameter bolts. A flat steel washer no less than 1½-inches
in diameter must be installed between the head of the bolt and seat. Must mount inside left frame rail and ahead of rear tires. Bottom of seat may
not be lower than bottom of frame rails. Drivers compartment must be sealed off from track, driveline, fuel cell, canisters and pumps. Oil coolers
may not be above interior. Accumulators or accusumps are not permitted in the cockpit. No mirrors or reflective devices. No cockpit adjustable
devices of any kind permitted other than brake adjusters.

8.7 FRONT SUSPENSION
All components must be unaltered OEM steel in OEM mounting locations, and be replaceable by OEM parts. Exceptions are: tube style upper A-
frame with steel or aluminum cross shaft. Upper A-frame mounts may be moved. Only OEM or OEM stamped steel replacement lower A-frames
may be used. Nylon, rubber, polyurethane or steel lower A-frame bushings permitted. No offset or bearing style bushings permitted. Shock
mounts may be welded or bolted to lower A-frame. Lower A-frame must be right and left of same design and dimensions. Lower A-frame mounts
must be in OEM location. OEM or OEM replacement, all steel, upper and lower ball joints only. Sway bar, if utilized, must be unaltered OEM.
No rubber bump stops, suspension limiting chains, cables, or tethers, allowed.

8.8 STEERING
No rack and pinion steering gear permitted. All components must be OEM, steel, unaltered, in OEM locations. Exceptions are outer tie rod end
and adjustment sleeve may be replaced by minimum 0.625-inch steel heim end and steel tube. Spindle may be ground for brake caliper clearance
only. OEM or OEM Pinto replacement Pinto spindles permitted. Spindle must of the same design, left and right. Bolt on spindle savers permitted.
Steel steering shafts and knuckles only. Must have minimum two knuckles or have collapsible shaft design. Steering wheel, quickener, and
steering wheel disconnect may be aluminum. The center of the steering wheel must be padded. Cockpit steering location may be altered but must
be kept on left side. Idler arm, pitman arm and center link must match frame.

8.9 SHOCKS
One steel nonadjustable unaltered shock per wheel. Shock must be used to control wheel. Welded mount shocks only. No shocks allowed on
screw jacks. No coil over, air, or remote reservoir shocks allowed. No Schrader or bladder type valves allowed. Front half of shocks may be
shielded. One or all shocks may be claimed for $50 each. Beaver Dam reserves the right to claim any shock for $50. Claim must follow claim
procedure in Section 3.9.

8.10 SPRINGS
One steel coil or multi leaf (rear) spring per wheel. Minimum 4.5-inches O.D. Must be non-progressive style. No air bags, inner liners, or torsion
bars.

8.11 REAR SUSPENSION
All components must be magnetic steel. No covers allowed. All mounts must be welded solid or bolted solid. No floater or birdcages. Coil springs
must be mounted vertically and be mounted as to cover over the centerline of the rear end housing. No coil over eliminators allowed. Rear shocks
cannot be mounted on control arms. All rear control arms and panhard bars must be straight. Rear suspension must utilize one of these three
designs.
8.11.1 OEM stock design. Requirements: Rear cross member control arm mounts must be in stock location on frame. All components must be
unaltered OEM stock. Control arms must match the frame being used. Only steel, rubber, or nylon bushings may be used. Springs must remain in
the stock location. Lower spring mount must be welded to rear end housing. Steel upper screw jack bolt and bucket.
8.11.2 After market three-link design. Requirements: 16-inches minimum, 24-inch maximum, center-to-center length lower control arms.
Must utilize one upper control arm, solid tube design only. Upper must be mounted in the top center of rear end housing. Upper rear arm mount
must be solid welded to housing. Upper mount must remain within 1-inch of centerline of driveshaft. Upper screw jack bolts and buckets must be
magnetic steel. No floating components of any kind allowed. Panhard must mount behind rear end housing. Must be minimum 23-inches long
measured center to center.
8.11.3 Multi leaf spring. Requirements: Must be magnetic steel multi leaf springs. No additional suspension components allowed except one
shock per wheel. Adjustable aluminum lowering blocks permitted.

8.12 REAR END
Any steel OEM passenger car or truck housing allowed. Cambered rear end prohibited. Maximum allowable camber on rear end 0 degrees. Must
be centered in chassis. All components must be magnetic steel except for lowering blocks (in leaf spring suspension) drive flanges and axle caps.
Floater design hubs allowed. No quick change of any design permitted. Inspection hole on housing required. Mini spools or full spools permitted.
Mini spool only in 2011. No lightweight or altered ring gear, center sections, or yokes permitted. Magnetic steel, solid axles only. One-piece drive
flanges only.

8.13 BUMPERS/RUBRAILS
Steel front and rear bumpers required at all times. Rear bumper may be a maximum of six inches beyond rear deck. Must be welded solid of
bolted securely with minimum 3/8-inch bolts. Bumper design must match diagram. Rear bumper must be square or round minimum 1.25-inch x
0.095-inch minimum wall thickness tubing. Fuel cell protector must be vertical to rear bumper. Must match one of the design diagrams. (A)
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May not extend more than five inches past outside of rear frame rails. (B) If wider than five inches past frame rail, it must be bent 90 degrees
forward and the ends of the bumper must be attached to the frame rails. (C) Or bumper be of looped design. Loop must be mounted to frame. All
designs must have exposed ends capped. Must have minimum of one vertical upright, minimum 1.250 x 0.065-inch wall thickness tube from
bumper to fuel cell guard. Rear bumper may not be wider than rear tires. Two bar front bumper design must be 1.25-inch x 0.065-inch wall
thickness minimum. Maximum 0.095-inch wall thickness. Must be mounted frame rail to frame rail. May not extend past frame rails. Bottom loop
must be parallel to ground. Top loop must be directly above lower. Minimum spread center to center is 6½-inches.

           (A)                                                     (B)                                          (C)




8.14 TIRES/WHEELS
Must use unaltered Hoosier G-60-15 IMCA plated tire, or American Racer G-60 (KK704) Plated or unplated tire. In 2011 the American Racer tire
will not be permitted. No softening or grooving permitted. Tire grinding or siping permitted on the tread face only of the tire. May not extend past
factory edge line of tire. No recaps permitted. Wheels must be 3-inch or 4-inch backspace only. No wheel adapter, spacers or bleeder valves
permitted. Steel bead lock with steel bolts, on outside, on right rear only. Inner mud plug may be used on left rear. Soft plastic disc or foam mud
plug on right rear only. Plastic disc mud plugs must have car number. Wheel width: minimum 8-inches; maximum 8.750-inches. All wheels must
be 15-inches diameter with a minimum shell thickness of 0.095-inch minimum and a minimum weight of 19 lbs. One-inch magnetic steel lug nuts
required. A MINIMUM TIRE PRESSURE OF 12 LBS WILL BE ENFORCED ON THE RIGHT REAR.

8.14.1 TIRE DUROMETER LIMIT
Five cars will be selected, at random, prior to the start of qualifying races. Durometer readings will be taken at three points across the rear tires
(outside, middle, inside) of each car. The readings will be averaged together. The minimum allowable durometer reading of any tire prior to the
qualifying races, B Main race, and A Main race will be ninety percent (90%) of the average reading.

          Example: Average durometer reading of five selected cars: 50
                   Minimum allowable reading prior to race:         45

8.15 BRAKES
Must be magnetic steel OEM, or approved four wheel disc or drum style. Must maintain OEM dimensions for disc rotors, calipers, and drums.
May not be altered or lightened in any form. No oil bath front hubs. Oversized and undersized piston, stock appearing, calipers not permitted.
Bolt pattern may be changed. Larger studs permitted. Rear rotors may be aftermarket, minimum thickness 0.810-inch thick measured new. Vented
rotors only. No scalloping, or ceramic coating of rotors. One brake-proportioning valve allowed. Valve must be installed to control proportioning
of brakes front to rear only. Brake lines must be visible for inspection. No in-line devices between master cylinder and calipers, or drums. Rear
caliper brackets must be welded or bolted solid to rear end housing.

8.16 EXHAUST
Header shall be of a round tube design only. All primary header tubes must enter directly into one collector, at the same point, at the end of the
header. No merge collectors. Ceramic coated headers prohibited. Non stepped, painted headers only. No heat wrap on headers. All header designs
must utilize two mufflers, one per side. Mufflers mandatory at all times. All exhaust must go thru mufflers. If a muffler falls off during a race, the
car will be disqualified. Track decibel rule is 95 decibels at 100 feet. All cars exceeding 95 decibels will be required to modify system or be
penalized. No exhaust sensors, cross-overs, extensions, inserts, or balance tubes.

8.17 FUEL SYSTEM
Racing fuel cell required. Maximum capacity 32 gallons (12 gallon recommended). Must be in a minimum 20 gauge steel container. Must be
securely mounted, behind rear axle, between rear frame rails, minimum 4-inches ahead or rear bumper, minimum 10-inches above ground.
Minimum two solid steel straps around entire fuel cell. Straps must be minimum 2-inches x 0.125-inches thick. All cell mounts must be magnetic
steel, securely welded to frame/cage. Fuel cell protection bars must cover rear and extend past sides. No part of cell may extend past protection
bar. Fuel cell protector must be vertical to rear bumper. Fuel cell vents including cap must have check valve. Fuel pick up must not be underneath
cell. No cool cans. Limit one gas filter per car. Fuel line must be mounted and secured in an acceptable manner. No fuel lines in drivers
compartment. Fuel pump must be OEM style in OEM location. No top flow air cleaner housing. Air cleaner stud or housing may not direct air into
carburetor. A 1- inch thick, one piece, adapter plate may be used between the intake manifold and carburetor. Maximum 0.100-inch thick
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carburetor gaskets only. Adjustable throttle bore adapter plate prohibited. Carburetor may be claim / exchanged, style for style (eg: four-barrel
claims four-barrel; two-barrel claims two-barrel), following the same procedure as engine claim. Driver claiming carburetor may not claim engine
or shocks on same night. Claimer motor permitted carburetors are 1: Holley 350cfm part #0-7748 unaltered except for Dorton specs. 2: Holley
500cfm 0-4412 unaltered except for Dorton specs only (part no. 0-80583-1). 3: OEM Rochester GM two-barrel carburetor. Only alterations
allowed are machining booster ID to 0.250-inch, venturi I.D. machined to 1.375-inches, and throttle I.D. machined to 1.6875-inches. In 2011, the
only permitted carburetor on claimer motors will be the Holley 500 cfm 0-4412. On all carburetors, float bowl must face forward. Sealed GM
88958602 and GM 19258602 motors allowed one Holley four barrel. All components (float bowls and main body) must be Holley manufactured.
Metering block and base plate may be billet aluminum, non-Holley. Aerosol carburetors prohibited. Beaver Dam Sealed Motor allowed one
Holley 500 cfm 0-4412 unaltered except for Dorton specs only (part no. 0-80583-1).

8.18 FUEL
Gasoline only. No additives of any kind. Fuel must pass any test subjected by track officials. Fuel samples may be required at any time car is on
speedway property.

8.19 WEIGHT
Minimum weight of car and driver shall be 2500 lbs. Car shall be weighed post race. No adding of liquids or lost components. Track scales shall
be considered the official scale. There is no tolerance on weight. No weights and or loose components in the driver’s compartment. No weights
outside body, or above deck lid. Weights must be securely mounted to frame or roll cage, painted white, with car number. Weights must be
mounted with a minimum of two ½-inch bolts. No hollow bolts, titanium of any kind, gundrilled, magnesium, carbon fiber or any other lightening
products.

8.20 BATTERY / STARTER
One twelve volt battery only. Must be shielded and securely mounted between frame rails. Positive terminal must be covered. Starter must bolt to
block, in OEM location and directly engage flywheel / flex plate. Car must have capability of being started without being pushed or pulled. Car
must leave staging area, or restart on racetrack, unaided, or go to rear of event.

8.21 GUAGES/ELECTRONICS
No transmitting or listening devices, timing retard controls, or digital gauges, except for Raceceiver. No electronic devices capable of storing or
transmitting information except analog tach. No adjustable ignition boxes, or crank triggers. No magnetos. Ford/Chrysler may use HEI
distributor. No additional ignition accessories except one rev-limiting chip. Chip shall limit high-end setting. Crate and sealed motor must use HEI
distributor with MSD #8728 rev control module with Beaver Dam provided chip installed. Claimer motor may use MSD #8728 rev control
module with any rev chip. Rev control module must be out of drivers reach and visible for inspection without the removal of any body panels.
Location of rev control module subject to approval of Beaver Dam Officials. Rev-limiting chip must function as designed. No remote coils or
accessories. All wiring must be visible for inspection. Only permitted gauges are analog style, oil pressure, fuel pressure, brake pressure, water
temperature and tachometer. Analog memory recall tachometer permitted. OEM type alternator with internal regulator permitted. No traction
control devices of any type or style. Upon request, any ignition component must be surrendered to track officials for inspection and certification
by original manufacturer.

8.22 TRANSMISSION/ DRIVESHAFT
 All forward and reverse gears must be operational. Transmission must contain a neutral position. With engine running, driver must be able to
engage and disengage all gears in the transmission. Only permitted transmissions are OEM production models used in a passenger car or truck. No
aftermarket, in-out boxes, or quick-change type transmissions allowed. Functioning shift levers must be in the OEM location. One OEM style,
full size, steel or aluminum flywheel, or OEM style, full size, steel flex plate allowed. Flex plate or flywheel must be bolted directly to the end of
the crankshaft.
8.22.1 Automatic: Must be unaltered two or three-speed OEM production case with a functioning OEM appearing pump. Original aluminum
bell housing may be replaced with a steel or aluminum explosion proof bell housing. If utilizing the stock aluminum bell housing, a steel scatter
shield, 3-inches wide x 0.125-inches minimum thickness covering 270 degrees around the top of the flex plate area must be used. The only
external lines permitted are for the transmission oil cooler.
8.22.2 Manual: Must be unaltered three or four speed OEM production case and utilize a 7.25-inch or larger clutch. May be single or multi disc
design. Steel or aluminum permitted, must be bolted to the flex plate / flywheel. All components must rotate, consistent with engine RPM when
transmission is in any gear. Must utilize steel explosion proof bell housing with only one hole for throw out bearing lever or hydraulic hose. Bell
housing must cover the upper 270 degrees of the flywheel. Hydraulic clutch pedal permitted with manual transmission only.
8.22.3 Driveshaft: Minimum 2-inches diameter. Must be painted white, magnetic steel, and magnetic steel yoke and joints. 360-degree drive
shaft loop required. Minimum of 0.250-inch x 2-inch steel flat or 1-inch x 0.095-inch round or square tubing located 6-inches behind the front end
of the drive shaft.

8.23 ENGINE COMPARTMENT
Rear of engine block (bell housing mounting surface) must be minimum 72-inches forward of centerline of rear end housing. Engine offset may
not exceed 2-inches from centerline of front cross member with engine mounted level. Minimum crankshaft centerline to ground is 11-inches. V
belts style steel or aluminum pulleys only. Steel, copper, brass, or aluminum radiator must mount in front of engine. No vacuum pumps or pan
evacuation systems.

8.24 ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS
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All cars must clearly display on driver side front roof post which engine they are competing with. Must be contrasting in color from body,
minimum 2-inches tall and display “CLAIM”, “CRATE”, or “SEALED”. Markers not acceptable.

8.24.1 GM CRATE MOTOR #88958602 or #19258602: Must be unaltered with original seals intact. Must use correct distributor, rev-limiter
module with a functioning Beaver Dam Raceway provided 6200-rpm rev chip, rocker arms, pushrods, and valve springs. No alterations permitted.
Penalty for tampering is covered in the penalty section of rulebook. Driver using this engine not subject to claim, and may not claim another
drivers engine. Use of this engine is still subject to track inspection. Carburetor claim / exchange procedures apply.
8.24.2 CLAIMER ENGINE: All claimer engines must be able to be used in a passenger car/ truck without alterations. External engine casting,
mounting holes may not be altered.
Block: Must be OEM steel. Must be factory production GM, FORD, or Chrysler. No Ford SVO or Chrysler W components allowed. Only GM
block numbers permitted are 3892657, 3914660, 3914678, 3932388, 3932386, 3956618, 3970000, 3970006, 3970010, 3970014, 10066033,
10066036, 10243880, 14010207, 14010209, 14010287, 14016376, 14016379, 10054727, 14088528, 10488548, 14088552, 14093638, 14101148.
Stroke must match block. Overbore maximum 0.060-inches. Maximum cubic inch 361-GM, 363-Ford, 370-Chrysler. Maximum compression on
all claimer engines shall be no greater than 9.0 to 1. Flat top or dish style pistons only. No gas ported pistons. OEM type steel crankshaft and rods
matching OEM specs (weight, stroke, journal diameter) must be used. Crankshaft cannot be lightened (no aeroing, bullnose, knife edge,
undercutting or drilling of second or third rod throws allowed). Conventional flat tappet camshaft and lifters only. No altering of lifter bores.
Must utilize stock firing order (GM: 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2). Oil restrictors may be used. Wet sump-oiling systems only. One inch inspection plug in
pan, with no obstructions to crank and rods, highly recommended.
Cylinder heads: OEM steel production heads only. The only permitted GM heads are #14079267, 3986336, 3986339, 3986339x, 3986388,
3932441, 376445, 3928454, 3932454, 3876487, 3973487, 3973487x, and 3973493, 3951598, 468642, 330862, 333882, 3998920, 3998991,
3998993, 3998997, 3970126. Maximum valve size on these heads is 2.02-inch intake, and 1.60-inch exhaust. May use Engine Quest SR
#CH3501. This head must remain as produced. Production valve size may not be altered. No porting, polishing, or unapproved alterations to any
head. Guide plates permitted. Screw in shoulder studs permitted Maximum size 3/8-inches. Poly locks and steel roller tip rockers permitted. No
stud girdles. No shaft rockers. 1.250 inch maximum O.D. valve springs. No beehive valve springs.
Intake: Unaltered OEM, steel, low rise, production two or four barrel manifold permitted. Optional aluminum IMCA stamped Weiand manifold
permitted. Chevrolet #7547-1, Ford 302 # 7515, 351 Windsor –8023, Cleveland –7516, Chrysler #7545. Edelbrock: GM#2701, #2716; Ford
#7181, #7183; Chrysler #2915. Cooling lines allowed on aluminum intakes. Must be unaltered. Accessories; OEM style steel or aluminum water
pump only. Unaltered OEM type harmonic balancer.
8.24.3: BEAVER DAM SEALED MOTOR: Must utilize all specs from claimer motor. Must utilize the HEI distributor with the MSD #8728
rev control module with a functioning Beaver Dam provided 6800-rpm chip installed. Motor must be sealed in accordance with track tech staff
procedures. Cost for inspection and or sealing is $50 per motor plus mileage to inspection site.

8.25 ENGINE CLAIM - SWAP RULES
(A) $450 550 (U.S.) cash claim on engine, flywheel and balancing plates plus the engine from the claimer’s car used in the A Main race - $50 of
this goes to track for pulling engine.

(B) Claim does not include: 1. clutch, 2. pressure plate, 3. bellhousing, 4. headers, 5. carburetor, 6. starter, 7. motor mounts, 8. oil/temp. sending
units, 9. carburetor spacer, 10. fan and pulleys, 11. clutch ball, 12. clutch arms, 13. throw out bearing, 14. dip stick, 15. water pump, 16. fuel
pump, rod and plate, 17. distributor. 18. plug wires, 19. water outlet and restrictor, 20. breathers, 21. external oil restrictors (must furnish plugs).

(C) First place finisher will report to the winner’s circle. Position 2-4 must report directly to claim area. The winner will report directly to the
claiming area directly after the winner's circle and victory lap. The first four positions are subject to engine claim by any other driver finishing
fifth on back in feature that has not been lapped by the fourth place driver. Failure to report directly to claim area will result in disqualification
and loss of money and points for first infraction (engine is still claimable); will be treated as engine claim refusal for second infraction. Driver
allowed one claim ONLY per event, regardless of outcome of that claim. In case of multiple claims on same engine, a drawing will be held to
determine which driver gets the engine. Should the first eligible driver withdraw his claim, his claim card is marked, as a claim and the next
qualified driver will be allowed the engine claim. The claim is not charged to those drivers not awarded the claim.

(D) Should any driver voluntarily withdraw a legal claim, he/she will be charged with a claim and it will result in a $200 fine.

(E) Driver making claim must drive his racecar immediately after finish of feature, under its own power, directly to claiming area. Only involved
drivers and officials allowed in claiming area.

(F) Claims must be made to official immediately after end of feature race, and claimed engine must be completely removed within one hour from
time claim is made and driver agrees to sell claimed engine.

(G) Claims must be made to official, and driver must present $450 550 cash.

(H) Refusal to sell forfeits all cash and contingency winnings for feature, any trophies earned in feature, plus ALL points in all claim divisions for
the season. Any driver refusing to sell engine, when claimed within rues, regardless of his reinstatement with, loses his right to claim any driver's
engine for 12 calendar months from date of reinstatement. Claim is not charged to claiming driver in case of a refusal.

(I) First refusal to sell will result in loss of ALL points in all claim divisions for the season and will also result in driver being suspended from
SportMod Division for one race from date of refusal and until $1,000 cash fine is paid to the Beaver Dam Discretionary Fund. Fine must be paid
prior to driver returning to competition. Second refusal to sell will result in driver being suspended from events for 30 days from date of refusal
and until $2,000 cash fine is paid to the Beaver Dam Discretionary Fund. Third refusal results in permanent suspension from the SportMod
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Division.

(J) Once an engine claim has been made and accepted, the engine is not to be started, under any circumstances. The car is to be pushed to the
area where removal will take place. Any driver starting a claimed engine will be immediately disqualified from that event and will be suspended
from all events until such time as a $100 fine is paid to the Beaver Dam Discretionary Fund. All claimed engines must be removed from car at the
track.

(K) If during the engine removal process, the claimed engine is found to be illegal, the claimed driver will be disqualified. Claimer has the option
to accept or decline claimed engine. If the claimer declines, the money will be returned to the claimer.

(L) Claim is not in effect on opening night and driver must have been at track on opening night to be eligible to claim second night of season.
Following that, no driver may claim unless he/she has competed at that track the two previous consecutive sanctioned events.

(M) No one driver may claim any other one driver more than once during current calendar year.

(N) A disqualification will not affect a legal claim. The engine will be pulled and transferred prior to any penalties being assessed.

(N) Drivers are not claimable the first night at the track.

(O) Unsportsmanlike conduct during the claim procedure, or while pulling the engine, will result in an immediate $100 fine. The driver will be
suspended from all events until such time as the fine is paid to the Beaver Dam Discretionary Fund.




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                                                   SECTION – 9
                                            LEGEND CARS DIVISION – 2011
Note: These rules have been reproduced from the INEX Rulebook. Every effort has been made to ensure their accuracy. If there is any
discrepancy between these rules and the Official INEX Rulebook, the Official INEX Rulebook will apply.

NO METALLIC OR HOLOGRAPHIC NUMBERS WILL BE ALLOWED. Numbers need to be of contrasting color to the main color scheme.
If there are double numbers a letter will be issued to you by the track to go with your number. If a letter is required with the car number, the letter
must be at least fifty percent (50%) of the height of the number. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE DRIVER TO ENSURE THAT THE
SCORERS CAN READ THE CAR NUMBER. IF YOUR CAR NUMBER IS NOT READABLE FROM THE SCORING TOWER, THE CAR
WILL NOT BE SCORED UNTIL THE NUMBER IS CORRECTED.

Beaver Dam reserves the right to restrict the display of graphics and advertising on race cars. Offensive graphics or slogans are not permitted. All
Competitors agree to accept Beaver Dam’s decision in this matter.

Where required, participating sponsor’s emblems, or decals will be placed in the position designated by Beaver Dam Officials. Cars that do not
display all sponsors emblems, or decals, will receive less prize money.

All cars in competition are required to have a working Westhold transponder (silver side facing the track). The transponder must be placed on the
rear crossmember. The transponder pouch should be placed horizontally, with a clear view to the ground. If the transponder pouch is mounted to
round tube frame components with nylon ties, the transponder pouch should be secured so that it cannot spin from its horizontal position. Failure
to comply with transponder requirements will result in a penalty. Penalties will be imposed in accordance with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES.

9.1 DIVISION STRUCTURE
The minimum age for Legends competition is fourteen (14). Twelve and thirteen year olds may be allowed to compete if they have
completed 18 months of documented, INEX Sanctioned, Bandolero racing, with a minimum of forty five (45) races total over this 18-
month period. Driver competing before they have met these requirements may be subject to fines and suspensions.

9.1.1 Pro (Expert Class)
Designed for experienced drivers. Driver must have competed in some other form of professional motorsports or have competed in the “Semi-
Pro” or “Masters” division in the Legends Cars Series in order to race in this division. This is the pinnacle class of Legends Cars racing and will
be treated as such. Approval to compete in this class will be the decision of the INEX Director.

9.1.2 Masters
The Masters division will feature only drivers 40 years old and over.

9.1.3 Semi-Pro (Novice Class)
Designed for drivers who are starting out in Legends racing. No prior experience is necessary but beginners may be required to compete in
consolation, B Mains, and/or start in the rear of the field. The decision to put a driver to the rear will be at the discretion of the race director.

9.1.4 Additional Awards/Recognitions
9.1.4.1 Young Lions
Designed for drivers ages 12 - 16 years of age (drivers who are born on or after January 1, 1993) are eligible for Young Lions awards throughout
the 2010 racing season. Any driver under 16 years of age must receive approval to compete from the speedway’s promoter/owner prior to the
race in order to be eligible to race at that track. The speedway promoter/owner’s decision is FINAL. INEX has no authority in this matter.
Young Lions are Semi-Pro drivers, however they will be awarded points separately towards their Young Lions standings. All Young Lions will
be responsible to inform the racetrack of their Young Lions eligibility for reporting purpose. Any race that is held for Young Lion competitors
only will be given points based on the “B” main points schedule. Bonus points for Young Lions will be awarded as follows:
          First place overall in main event with all Semi-Pro drivers - 3 points.
          First place overall in main event with Pro, Masters, and Semi-Pro combined - 5 points.

9.1.4.2 Golden Masters
Designed for drivers over 50 as of January 1, 2010. A Golden Star on their fender designates these drivers. They will be recognized by their
Masters Point Standings.

9.1.4.3 Miscellaneous about Divisions
Any points accumulated during the season will not be transferred if a driver changes divisions during the season.

Any driver desiring to change divisions must first receive approval from INEX in writing. Drivers wishing to move down in status must
show proof that they are not properly classified. INEX reserves the right to place any driver into a different division (up or down) at its own
discretion at any time.

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Running separated divisions in separate races will be at the Promoter’s discretion depending on the car count at that speedway and the time
schedule. A driver may only compete in one division if the event offers separate divisions (Pro, Masters, Semi-Pro) or any combination thereof.

9.2 SAFETY EQUIPMENT
No express or implied warranty of safety shall result from publication of, or compliance with these rules and regulations. They are intended as a
guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to participants, spectators or others. Whenever there is a
conflict between a safety provision provided herein and any other rule, the safety provision shall take precedence.

9.2.1 Helmet
INEX requires that all drivers must wear a racing type helmet of current standards of ‘95 Snell “SA” rating or later any time he/she is on the track
for slow laps, practice or racing conditions. Snell “M” rated helmets will not be allowed. Drivers without a helmet meeting the above minimum
Snell standards will not be permitted on the racetrack in a Legends Car. A helmet is designed to absorb energy once. If a significant impact has
occurred to the helmet, it is highly recommended that it be sent back to the manufacturer for evaluation. Helmets are subject to inspection at each
event by the technical inspector or other official. A full-face helmet is highly recommended. Beaver Dam requires that all Legends drivers
must wear a full face racing helmet and face shield meeting Snell “SA 2005”, “SA2010”, or SFI 31.1/2005 rating, or later.

9.2.1.1 Helmets with Radio Harnesses
Many INEX drivers compete in other racing series’ that permit the use of radios. If a driver should use that helmet to compete in an INEX-
sanctioned event, he/she must duct tape the connector end to the back of their helmet. This is the only way in which this helmet will be permitted
without actually removing the entire radio harness from the helmet. Radio wiring harnesses are not allowed in any Legends Car. Radio ear plugs
will be prohibited. Raceceivers will be used only at tracks that mandate them. Beaver Dam requires that all Legends cars be equipped with a
functioning Raceceiver model SW1600 tuned to channel 1561(469.500). Failure to comply with Raceceiver requirements will result in a
penalty. Penalties will be imposed in accordance with SECTION 4 - PENALTIES.

9.2.2 Fire Suits
All drivers must wear a fire retardant suit of Nomex or equivalent material any time they are on the track. A double layer or more is highly
recommended. Fire suits must be labeled flame retardant (made of flame retardant materials or have a S.F.I. patch). Damaged suits may be
disallowed by the inspector. Fire retardant head sock required if not wearing a neck collar at Beaver Dam.

9.2.3 Safety Harness
All cars must have an INEX approved type of five or six point racing harness that is equipped with a quick release buckle. Be sure to regularly
check your safety belts for damage such as fraying, tearing, etc. If this should occur, the safety belts should be replaced immediately. An INEX
inspector may require replacement of the belts if they are damaged. INEX endorses the belt manufacturer’s recommendation that the belts be
changed two (2) years after the date stamped on the SFI tag regardless of the number of times the car has been raced. The safety belts are similar
to a helmet, in that they are designed for protection in only one major impact. If you have had a significant incident, the manufacturer strongly
recommends immediate replacement of the belts. Also, make absolutely sure that your safety harness is totally secured and that you have pulled
the straps as tight as possible anytime you drive the car. Beaver Dam requires that all Legends cars have safety harnesses dated 2008, 2009,
or 2010, or 2011.

9.2.4 Fire Extinguishers
An on-board fire extinguisher is highly recommended for your safety. All fire systems must be operational.

9.2.5 Seats
Only INEX-approved factory-manufactured metal seats may be used. No homemade seats will be permitted. Lightening the seat by anyone else
other than the factory is not permitted. Lumbar supports are highly recommended.

9.2.5.1 Mounting of the Seat in a Legends Car
The seat may be moved within the driver’s compartment without moving or changing existing bars in the frame. The seat may be mounted
directly to the floorpan. When mounting the seat forward, use a flat piece of steel or aluminum behind the seat (don’t just use bolts in tubing).
The use of wood as supports or mounting brackets is not permitted. The presiding tech inspector shall have final approval of the mounting of the
seat. Carriage bolts are not allowed for seat mounting.

9.2.6 INEX Approved Head and Neck Restraint Systems (Hutchins, HANS, D-Cell, G-Force, Safety Solutions R-
3, or any Beaver Dam approved equivalent) are Mandatory for Drivers 15 Years of Age and Younger.

9.2.7 Other Suggested Safety Equipment
These items are not required, but they are all highly recommended. (An individual track or promoter may require some of these items).
1) Flame retardant underwear, socks, gloves, and shoes. Beaver Dam requires this equipment.
2) Head sock (balaclava). Beaver Dam requires head sock if not wearing a neck collar.
3) Steering wheel pad, roll cage padding, and knee pads. SFI rated padding required within 12-inches of the driver’s helmet. No non SFI rated
padding permitted. Beaver Dam requires this equipment.
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4) Arm restraints and helmet supports on the seat.
5) Interior door pads, tunnel pads and door pads. Beaver Dam requires this equipment.


Upon entering a Legends Car for competition any car may be checked for engine, chassis, oil, fuel, tires, wheels, rear ends or sound legality at any
time by an INEX official or representative. Upon entering a Legends Car for INEX sanctioned competition, the driver (and possibly the owner) is
responsible for the legality of their car and will suffer all penalties resulting with the Legends Car violating these rules. Refusal to submit a car,
engine or parts for inspection or measurement upon the request of an INEX tech inspector in a timely manner will result in an immediate
disqualification and may lead to a minimum two week suspension for car owner, car and driver. A greater or lesser penalty may be
applied at the discretion of the tech staff.

No equipment or racecar will be considered as having been approved by reason of having passed through inspection “unobserved.” Regardless of
a Legends Car passing prior inspections, compliance with all rules must be made at each post-race inspection. No expressed or implied warranty
of safety shall result from the technical inspection or approval.

          If this rulebook does not specifically say that you can change/modify/add something, then you must consider that the
          change/modification/addition is illegal. Any questions about the legality of a change/modification/addition not covered in
          this rulebook, must be answered by INEX in writing and presented to the tech inspector upon request. If you have a request for
          a change/modification/addition, please contact INEX before making the change/modification/addition.

Enforcement of Specification Rules: All INEX-approved weighing, measuring and testing devices used by the INEX tech officials are the
standards, which will determine compliance with the rules and regulations. A competitor’s equipment, gauge or instrument, unless approved by
the INEX inspector will have no bearing on the enforcement of these rules.

9.3 FRAMES, BODY, SUSPENSION, ETC.
9.3.1 Aerodynamics
Spoilers, air dams or other aerodynamic devices are not permitted.

9.3.2 Air Filters
Only INEX-approved air filters and Outerwears Pre-Filters coverings are permitted. Air filters may not have an element more than 3” in height
(bottom of filter element to the top). Velocity/ram stacks are not permitted. No air filters that direct airflow to the carburetors or increase airflow
are permitted (including those with molded ram stacks). Air filters constructed with fiberglass parts are not permitted.

9.3.3 Alternators
Modification to the charging system is not permitted. The alternator must be charging at all times. No switches disconnecting the alternator are
permitted.

9.3.4 Ball Joints
The upper and lower ball joints must remain stock, within the stock dimensions, steel thickness, location and configurations as currently delivered
by 600 Racing, Inc. and may not be reinforced in any way. One or two (minimum 1/4”, maximum 7/16” width) jam nuts are permitted on the
upper and lower ball joints. Each ball joint must use at least one jam nut. The jam nuts may not be welded to the control arms.

9.3.5.1 Ballast
A maximum of eight (8) blocks of lead are permitted. The blocks may be no larger than 1-1/2” x 2-1/2” x 12” and the stacking of blocks is illegal.
Two blocks of lead may not be in contact with each other. All lead must be clearly visible with white or neon paint/tape and marked with the
car number. Ballast must be lead only and may not be added by any other method, including steel shot or any other material in the frame rails,
bumpers, nerf bars or any other component.

9.3.5.2 Mounting Ballast
The blocks must be bolted directly to the frame and must be secured with a minimum of two (2) 3/8” bolts. Lead may be bolted to the square
tubing of the sub-frame (1” x 2” tubing only), not the roll cage. The blocks may not be encased in any way. There must be a minimum of 3 ½”
inches of clearance between all lead weights and level ground. Ballast may not extend past the frame rail in the front or rear. Ballast may not be
placed anywhere inside the driver’s compartment. No ballast may be bolted to the running board or its mounting brackets. Ballast may not extend
beyond 2 ½” from the side of the frame. All mounting of the ballast is subject to final approval by the INEX technical inspector.

9.3.6 Battery
Only a lead acid or gel cell battery (25lbs. min.) may be used. The approximate dimensions are 71/8” x 8 x 61/2”. A top post or side post battery
may be used. Motorcycle batteries may not be used. The battery must remain in its stock location and securely mounted. The original stock
battery bracket may not be altered in any way. A battery box, terminal coverings or rubber padding around rear end is also highly recommended.
A battery shut-off switch is optional.

9.3.7 Bolts and Fasteners

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Only equivalent stock or upgraded steel fasteners and bolts may be used on the Legends Car. Fasteners may be drilled for safety wire but
intentional weight saving modifications are not permitted. All bolts must be magnetic, aluminum and titanium bolts are illegal.

9.3.8 Brakes
Any of the brake parts that are attached to the rear end or the spindles must remain stock, within the stock dimensions, steel thickness, location
and configurations as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. The car must have operational brakes on all four wheels and must lock up all four
wheels during inspections (Brake lines may not be plugged or completely shut off). Any type of cooling duct to the brakes is prohibited. The right
or left side brake pedal may be removed. Aftermarket brake pads or shoes are permitted.

9.3.8.1 Brake Rotors
Only steel rotors (not drilled or reduced in diameter) are permitted on the front. The minimum permitted thickness of the brake rotor is 8mm
wide.

9.3.8.2 Brake Drums
Only steel drums (not drilled or lightened) are permitted on the rear. The minimum weight of the brake drum is 10.0 lb. Intentional metal
removal of the brake drum for lightening purposes is considered illegal.

9.3.8.3 Brake & Clutch Lines
Rubber or steel-braided brake and clutch lines are permitted. No brake lines may be disconnected or plugged at anytime for competition.

9.3.8.4 Brake Master Cylinder
The brake master cylinder must remain stock, within the stock dimensions, location and configurations as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc.
The brake master cylinder must remain on the engine side of the firewall. No aftermarket brake master cylinders are permitted. Aftermarket
remote reservoirs are permitted.

9.3.8.5 Brake Proportion Valves
Any number of aftermarket brake proportion valves for the brakes are permitted, but complete elimination of the brake at any wheel is
prohibited.As of June 1, 2008 only one twist or lever type brake valve will be permitted. No residual valves will be allowed.

9.3.9 Bump Steer
Adjustments to bump steer settings will only be permitted by placing spacers between the steering rack and the heim ends of the tie rods or
between the front spindle pickup points and the heim ends of the tie rods. No other modifications to adjust bump steer such as changing the height
of the steering rack or modifying the spindles are permitted.

9.3.10 Bumpers
9.3.10.1 Front Bumper
The front bumper must remain within the stock dimensions, steel thickness, location and configurations as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc.
and may not be reinforced in any way, except for adding one (1) additional bolt per front and/or rear frame rail to the tab.

9.3.10.2 Rear Bumper
The rear bumper must remain within the stock dimensions, steel thickness, location and configurations as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc.
The rear bumper may be reinforced by attaching tubular steel from the bumper to the rear frame horns at any point behind the rear end and/or
adding one (1) additional bolt per frame rail to the tab. If reinforced, the steel tubing may not extend beyond the outside width of the rear fenders
or attach to the rear crossmember of the frame and may be no longer than twelve (12”) inches.

9.3.10.3 Attachment of the Bumper
Bumper tabs must use a minimum of one bolt per tab securing the bumper. There must be a minimum of 1” from the end of the frame rail to the
back of the bumper upright before a race begins. Should the tab become bent during a race, it must boxed before the next time the car goes on the
track to compete or practice. Tie-wraps, safety wire, duct tape, etc., are not permitted to secure the front or rear bumpers at anytime.

9.3.10.4 Bumper Tabs
The bumper tabs must be stock as delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. and may not exceed 1/8” (.125”) in thickness. Thicker tabs other than stock on
the front or rear bumper may result in a one-year driver and owner suspension. Tabs with excessive weld may be considered illegal.


          Mandatory Race Procedure Concerning Bumpers
          If a bumper comes completely off the car or has any part of it touching the ground, or is in a dangerous position, that car may
          be black flagged by the track officials and removed from the race. The INEX technical inspector does not have the authority
          to disqualify a driver after the race for a violation of this race procedure.


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Repairing a Bumper During a Race
Bumpers must be bolted on. Tie-wraps, safety wire, duct tape, etc., are not permitted to repair the front or rear bumpers at anytime. An INEX
technical inspector will disqualify a driver after a race if the repaired bumper violates this rule.

9.3.11 Carburetors
The carburetors and components of the carburetors must remain as stock Yamaha FJ1200/ XJ1200/XJR1250 (sealed) as currently delivered by
600 Racing, Inc. Only carburetor jets, needles, slide springs and butterfly screws (butterfly screws may only be replaced with 3m. x 6m. allen
head screws or stock screws. These screws may not be altered in any way other than “stamping” the end to secure the screw.) may be replaced
and all stock adjusters may be used. No other modifications to the carburetors or components of the carburetors are permitted. Modifications or
components to increase or restrict airflow or fuel flow (such as velocity stacks, heat deflector shields, internal modifications not listed above, etc.)
are not permitted.

9.3.12 Chrome Plating/Polishing
Parts such as bumpers, nerf bars, suspension components and valve/cam cover may be chrome plated or polished.

9.3.13 Clutch Master Cylinder
The clutch master cylinder must remain stock, within the stock dimensions, location and configurations as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc.
The clutch master cylinder and reservoir must remain on the engine side of the firewall. No aftermarket clutch master cylinders are permitted. The
clutch pedal may be shortened for driver comfort.

9.3.14 Contingency Sponsor Decals
Contingency sponsor decals are optional, however contingency decals are mandatory and /or use of the product to be eligible for posted awards
sponsored by the contingency sponsor.

9.3.15 Door Plates
Doorplates on driver’s side door are mandatory. Doorplates and strike plates must meet current factory specifications. Please refer to the
drawings in the APPENDIX. These door plates (as described) are permitted on the right side of the car. A competitor may use a doorplate
covering the entire door area on either side of the car as long as it is only 1/8” thick and the left side percentage of weight remains less than 52%.

9.3.16 Driveshaft
The driveshaft, flanges, and u-joints must remain within the stock dimensions, steel thickness, location and configurations as currently delivered
by 600 Racing, Inc. Lightening the driveshaft in any way is illegal. Driveshaft must be painted white or light gray.

9.3.16.1 Driveshaft retainers
An INEX-approved driveshaft retainer strap is permitted. A maximum of three (3) retainers of 1/4” thickness and 3/4” width are permitted.
Requests for additional retainers for the driveshaft must be sent to and approved in writing by INEX.

9.3.17 Engine Coatings
Only coatings as delivered stock from the factory are permitted throughout the engine. Intentional removal of any coatings is not permitted.
Headers may be painted with high heat paint only. (Header wrap tape is ok.)

9.3.18 Engine Cooling
An extra fan(s), internal duct work (approved by INEX), hood louvers, remote oil filter, header wrap, holes in the hood, holes in the front fenders
and/or oil cooler(s) are permitted. The maximum height for louvers is 3/8”. The size of the area for louvers or holes in the hood may not exceed
54 square inches (9” x 6”).

9.3.19 Engine Serial Numbers
All engine casings must have a serial number. Any engine casing without a serial number will not be permitted to be used in any INEX-
sanctioned events.

9.3.20 Engine Location & Mounts
Left and right side engine mounts must remain within the stock dimensions, steel thickness (no aluminum mounts), location and configurations as
currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. The right side motor mount may be replaced with the optional motor mount as delivered by 600 Racing,
Inc. (if the optional right side mount is used, you may remove the stock right side mounting tabs). The engine mounts must be bolted on to the
frame as specified by 600 Racing, Inc. Mounts may not be welded directly to the frame.

9.3.21 Exhaust System
The header and gasket must remain within the stock dimensions, steel thickness, location and configurations of the original, as currently delivered
by 600 Racing, Inc. The internal components of the header may not be altered. Borla and S&S exhaust systems (approved by INEX and delivered

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by 600 Racing, Inc.) are also permitted as currently delivered through 600 Racing, Inc. Header wrapping (tape) is acceptable. Ceramic coatings
are not permitted.

9.3.22 Fender Mounting
Stock fender mounts may not be altered from the original (i.e. moving the inside of the fender away from the grill). No additional fender supports
or mounts are permitted (only stock mounts may be used). All Ford style grills must use the inner mounting hole (closest to the grill). Dzeus
buttons may be used for fender removal purposes. Cars that use a fiberglass grill shell may remove the original fender brackets.

9.3.22.1 Area under the Rear Fenders
Removal of the fiberglass on the body half under the rear fenders is permitted for easier access to the shocks, springs and rear compartment as
long as it is still in the spirit of the General Appearance Rule (Section 9.3.37).

9.3.23 Fender Holes and Trimming
The trimming and holes that are permitted are as follows:

9.3.23.1 Holes
Ten (10) round holes maximum per fender. These holes may not be any larger than four (4) inches in diameter maximum (Note: a four inch hole
saw will produce a hole larger than four inches). Any shaped hole equal to the area of a 4” round hole is acceptable.

9.3.23.2 Trimming
The only trimming allowed on the inside edge of the fender will be for engine clearance (air breathers, header, etc.) this trimming must be done
16” above the frame rail on the front clip along the contour of the fender, and may only be trimmed in 3” from the edge. The inside of the fenders
near the grille, the edge of the fenders near the body shell, and the bottom edge of the front of the fender may not be trimmed.

9.2.23.3 Rear Fenders
Rear fenders may be trimmed above the tire for additional clearance. The rear fender contour must measure at least ten (10) inches from the main
body shell. Measurements will be taken at the point on either rear fender above top dead center of the tire. No holes are permitted in the rear
fenders or body shell.

9.3.24 Fiberglass Components
All fiberglass components must remain within the stock dimensions, thickness, location and configurations as currently delivered by 600 Racing,
Inc. and may not be reinforced or intentionally lightened in any way. The use of a complete front end (Matching hood, fenders, grill and grill
shell) on a different model car is acceptable. It must be complete with all listed components from the same model.

9.3.24.1 Mounting of Components
All fiberglass body components must be firmly attached to every Legends Car competing in any race. Any Legends Car may be black flagged or
denied entry to start a race if any of the aforementioned items are not attached unless prior approval is given by the INEX technical inspector.
Removal of undamaged fiberglass components (hood, decklid, etc.) during an event is not allowed.

9.3.25 Firewall
A metal firewall is mandatory. Firewall must be installed as currently delivered by 600 Racing. Using a “thicker than stock” metal firewall
separating the drivers compartment from the engine compartment is OK.

9.3.26 Frame
Absolutely no modifications of the frame (including roll cage) will be permitted unless otherwise noted in this rulebook. Any other requested
chassis modifications or unusual repairs are only permitted with a letter from INEX. All frames must have I.D. plate secured on the frame, inside
left main frame rail.

Frame Update - As of January 1, 2000, all Legends Cars frames (coupes and sedans) with an 0.065” E.R.W. main roll cage will no longer
be eligible for competition in the INEX Legends Cars Series. All frames must be replaced with a 0.083” D.O.M. main roll cage frame. It is
estimated that all frames produced before August, 1995 do not meet the above 0.083” D.O.M. Requirements.

9.3.26.1 Registration of a Legends Car
For more information about the titling, transferring ownership and registration of a Legends Car, please contact the titling department of 600
Racing, Inc. at (704) 455-3896.

9.3.26.2 Serial number plates
All cars & frames running as Legends Cars must be produced by 600 Racing Inc. All cars must carry the serial number assigned to that frame.
This plate shall not be tampered with in any way. For any reason, the car owner must also be able to produce the title for the car within 48 hours
after a request by an INEX technical official or that car will be ineligible for any competition.
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9.3.26.3 Mandatory “Left Side” Bar in the rear
A mandatory bar (left rear) must be added to every Legends Cars frame (both coupes and sedans). The material used for this bar is (1”x 1 1/2” x
0.120” wall). The length for the sedan is 14 3/4” and the coupe is 13 1/2” (with an angle at the one end). The distance this bar should be from the
B-Pillar (see diagram on page 97 of the APPENDIX) is 25”.

9.3.26.4 Metal Fatigue
It is highly recommended to have the frame checked periodically by an expert for metal fatigue. Cracked or broken frames are strictly prohibited
from any INEX-sanctioned events.

9.3.26.5 Suicide Doors
Doors with the latch on the A-Pillar and hinges on the B-Pillar rather than the traditional method of the latch on the B-Pillar and the hinges on the
A-Pillar. Suicide doors are only permitted on the 1934 Ford and Chevy Coupe frame.

9.3.27 Frame Replacement
If the chassis should become severely damaged, replacement frames must be purchased through 600 Racing, Inc. or its authorized dealer network.

9.3.28 Frame Repair
Only front and rear clips may be replaced as long as they are replaced with the exact material that it is replacing and all pickup points must remain
in the stock locations as delivered currently from 600 Racing, Inc. The clips may be purchased through 600 Racing, Inc. and its dealer network.
The driver’s compartment of the frame (roll bars, cross braces, etc.) may not be repaired or replaced if damaged (see Section 9.3.27 above -
Frame Replacement). The INEX technical inspector reserves the right to disallow a repaired car from an INEX-sanctioned competition that
does not appear to be properly repaired. Once a frame is repaired from its original form, INEX, 600 Racing, Inc. and the technical inspector
assume no liability for any injuries that may occur as a result of this repair regardless of the approval given to compete with that repaired frame.

9.3.29 Fuel
Only petroleum-based unleaded or leaded gasoline as defined by the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) is permitted. The
Yamaha Motor Corp. recommends the use of 89 octane unleaded gasoline in all FJ1200/XJR1200/XJR1250 (sealed) engines. Higher octane fuels
can cause higher operating temperatures and reduce the running life of your engine. The only oxygenates permitted are MTBE and ethanol
alcohol at a maximum amount of 4% by volume. INEX reserves the right to require all cars use the same brand and designated grades of
gasoline in a given event.

9.3.29.1 Specific Gravity
The specific gravity must read from .710 to .760 at 60 degrees Fahrenheit, factored by a specific gravity temperature chart.

9.3.29.2 Laboratory Testing
INEX has the ability to conduct laboratory analysis of fuels. Samples for lab analysis may be taken from a competitor’s fuel tank at any time at the
discretion of the INEX Technical Inspector.

The specific elements which will be searched for include: propylene oxide, alcohols (all types), aldehydes, aminodiphenyl, benzene (in excess of
EPA limit), benzidine, beryllium compounds, bromine compounds, butadienes, chlorinated compounds, chromates, dioxanes, ethyl acrylate,
ethylene oxide, hydrazine compounds, methylene dianailine, naphthylamine, nitrogen compounds (nitromethane, et al.), styrenes, toluidine and
xylidine. Also added to this list will be substances deemed to exceed the Threshold Limit Values (TLV) or Biological Exposure Indicies (BEI) as
listed by the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH).

9.3.29.3 Penalty for Fuel Rule Violations
Any competitor (driver and/or owner) caught using any of the illegal fuel additives as previously mentioned is subject to a minimum 60 day
suspension from the date of the test results. Suspensions will be determined by INEX based on the chemical composition of the additive in
question.

9.3.30 “Legal” Fuel Additives
Lubrication or knock suppression additives are permitted, provided the resulting mixture meets the specific gravity, lab analysis requirements, etc.
described in Section 9.3.29 “Fuel.”

9.3.31 Fuel Cell
Any INEX-approved fuel cell (plastic or metal) must be stock as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. and must remain in the stock location.
Foam is mandatory in all fuel cells as delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. (cars are not permitted on the track without foam in the fuel cell). Fuel cell
gaskets in “good” condition are mandatory. The red plastic fuel cell with the four (4) inch cap or larger is no longer allowed.



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9.3.31.1 Fuel Cap
Make absolutely sure that you check the cap on your fuel cell for tightness before going onto the race track. The cap should fit snugly into the
cell. The car number must appear on fuel cell cap.

9.3.31.2 Fuel Cooling Devices
Fuel cooling devices of any kind are not permitted.

9.3.32 Fuel Filter
Aftermarket fuel filters may be used. No glass fuel filters will be permitted.

9.3.33 Fuel Lines
Fuel lines may not be located in or run through the driver’s compartment of the frame. Fuel lines must be steel braided. Fuel lines may not be
attached to or come in contact with the electrical wires.

9.3.34 Fuel Shut-Off Valve or Fuel Regulator
Aftermarket fuel shut-off valves and fuel regulators are permitted.

9.3.35 Gauges
Gauges that record or display the following information only are permitted - cylinder head temperature, RPM, oil pressure and oil temperature.
Digital gauges are not permitted with the exception of shift lights and gear indicators as delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. No other information to
include, but not limited to, wheel spin, shock travel, exhaust gas temperature, throttle position or G-force, will be allowed at any time. Onboard
telemetry systems are not permitted. Direct reading oil temperature and oil pressure gauges must use steel braided lines, not plastic or rubber.

9.3.36 Gear Ratios
Only rear end gear ratios from a 2:50 to 4.30 are permitted. The gears must remain within the stock dimensions, steel thickness, location and
configurations as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc.

9.3.36.1 Mandatory Roof Braces
INEX has approved the use of a 2.50 and 2:93 gear (as currently delivered through 600 Racing, Inc.) for road course racing as long as the new
roof braces are in place on the sedans before the gear is used (refer to the APPENDIX on page 88). The coupes do not need to make any
modifications to use these gears.

9.3.37 General Appearance of the Car
All competitors must present a neat, clean and stock appearing car for any INEX-sanctioned competition. Crash damaged cars must be repaired to
the minimum technical standards before returning to competition. An INEX official may deny a car from competing if it does not meet the
minimum acceptable standards as mentioned above. INEX reserves the right to deny access in competition because of a sponsorship,
advertisement, paint scheme and/or lettering on a car not in “good taste,” or in the spirit of keeping this a family sport.

9.3.38 Grill
The steel grill must remain within the stock dimensions, steel thickness, location and configurations as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. and
may not be reinforced in any way. The grill used must be the same model of the hood, grill shell & front fenders that are used. Only wire
screens are permitted to enclose the grill area (i.e. for dirt tracks to keep out mud and dirt). Duct tape or any other type of material other than a
wire screen is not permitted to enclose the grill area.

9.3.39 Gussets
Strengthening gussets may only be added in the spots as described in the APPENDIX on page 89 through 92. No stock gussets may be removed.

9.3.40 Heim Ends
Only magnetic steel heims as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. or of very similar dimensions are permitted on a Legends Car. The stock
heims are designed to bend/break and absorb energy under impact. Heims may be upgraded, however under impact, the heims may not bend or
break as quickly thereby transferring the impact-energy to the driver and an injury may result (i.e. broken wrist from the transfer of energy). All
heims must be magnetic, aluminum heims are not permitted.

9.3.41 Hood
Hood louvers are permitted maximum 3/8” high. Holes in the hood, or holes for louvers may not exceed 54 Square inches. Replacing the dzeus
fasteners on the rear of the hood with hood pins is permitted. Raising the rear of the hood on these pins a MAXIMUM of 1/2 “ is permitted.
While the car is on the track the hood must be secure and may not move up or down on the pin. Air ducts may be used on the inside of the hood
as long as the duct does not direct airflow onto the carburetors.

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9.3.42 Ignition System
The complete ignition/engine control system must be the original OEM parts for the Yamaha FJ1200/XJR1200/XJR1250. The electrical harness
may be replaced only with the electrical harness connector kit as delivered through 600 Racing, Inc. Electronic throttle (traction) controls are not
permitted. In-line fuses are only permitted (no fuse blocks are permitted).

9.3.42.1 Ignition Control Box
The stock FJ1200/XJR1200/XJR1250 ignition control box (black box) or the red ignition box (marked INEX-Approved and delivered by 600
Racing, Inc.) are the only boxes permitted to be used and they may not be altered or relocated in any way. Only one black box is permitted on a
car (multiple boxes are illegal). The original stock FJ1200/XJR1200 rev limiting system must be in proper working condition and may not exceed
10,500 rpm.

9.3.42.2 Swapping of Ignition Control Boxes
INEX reserves the right to provide a substitute ignition/engine control system to any competitor at random at any time. The INEX-provided
system will be exchanged for a competitor’s system and must be used for that event. INEX is not responsible for any engine failure due to a
provided ignition/engine control system.

9.3.42.3 Coils, Coil Wires and Spark Plug Boots
These components must be stock Yamaha or direct replacement FJ1200/XJR1200/XJR1250(sealed) parts or Dynatek coil wires or red Dynatek
coils marked with the INEX logo as delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. The spark plugs may be replaced with any aftermarket type with similar thread
size. Resistors must remain in spark plug wire ends.

9.3.42.4 Coil Mount
The “stock” coil mount may only be replaced with an INEX-approved coil mount.

9.3.42.5 Ignition Rotors
The ignition rotor must be a stock Yamaha FJ1200/XJR1200/XJR1250(sealed) part or the rotor delivered with the “INEX approved” red ignition
control box as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. No aftermarket electronic ignition advancers are permitted.

9.3.42.6 Ignition Plates
The ignition plate must be a stock Yamaha FJ1200/XJR1200/XJR 1250(sealed) part or the plate delivered with the “INEX approved” red ignition
control box as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. It may be slotted to advance the ignition timing of the engine. The ignition pickup cover is
not mandatory.

9.3.43 Jam Nuts
At least one jam nut is required to be used with all heim ends, clevis’ and ball joints. One or two (minimum ¼” maximum 7/16”) jam nuts are
permitted on the upper and lower ball joints.

9.3.44 Lower Control Arms
The lower control arms Must remain stock, within the stock dimensions (12.5” x 16.25”), steel thickness, location, and configurations as currently
delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. and may not be altered in any way. Each measurement will have a tolerance of +/- 1/8” (0.125”).

9.3.45 Mandatory Series Sponsor Decals and Patches
BF Goodrich Tires, INEX and the Legends Cars decals must be prominently displayed in the INEX approved locations at all INEX-sanctioned
events. The INEX patch and mandatory sponsor patches must be displayed prominently on the right side chest area of the driver’s suit. Driver’s
not displaying the proper decals and uniform patches will not be eligible for certain awards, prizes, etc including those offered at year-end and
may be prevented from competing at certain events.

9.3.46 Mirrors
Cars may have a mirror for rear vision mounted within the driver’s compartment or outside the doors. The type of mirror(s) shall be the choice of
each individual driver. Mirrors may not be permitted at certain tracks. Mirrors are prohibited at Raceway Park.

9.3.47 Mufflers
Only INEX-approved S&S, Borla, BRE or Supertrapp mufflers are permitted as required by the speedway. Unless a track requires the use of a
muffler to meet their decibel requirement, it is the driver’s option to use the muffler or the straight header system at any INEX-sanctioned event
that does not mandate the use of a muffler system. The Borla muffler may not be welded onto the header pipes. All cars must comply with the
local laws governing noise limitations. If you are going to another state or area to compete, please check with the local dealer or speedway about
the requirements at a specific speedway. It is highly recommended to have both the collector and the muffler with you at every INEX-
sanctioned event. Beaver Dam requires a muffler at all times while car is on track and in competition. Losing a muffler is an immediate
disqualification. If a muffler is missing from the car in post race tech it is a disqualification.

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9.3.48 Nerf Bars
The nerf bars must remain within the stock dimensions, steel thickness, location and configurations as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. and
may not be reinforced in any way. No other type of nerf bars are permitted. Nerf bars may not be used to hold ballast.

9.3.49 Numbers
The car must have numbers that are a minimum height of 16” on both doors and 18” on the roof (number facing towards the outside of the track).
The car number (minimum 3” high) must be on either the right or left front fender. If two drivers show up at a track with the same number,
the race director will determine number assignment. The size, color and style of numbers must be adequate to permit prompt identification by
track officials at all times. Roof and door numbers must not slant more than 30 degrees from vertical. Foil and reflective numbers will not be
permitted. Violation of the above number rules will not be reason for disqualification. However, if the above number rules are not followed, your
car may not be scored.

9.3.49.1 Divisional Decals - (Mandatory)
Each car must have a divisional decal (“P” for Pro, “M” for Masters or “S” for Semi-Pro) on the left front fender.

9.3.50 Oil Additives
Any competitor caught using any of the following additives in the engine oil may be banned from all INEX-sanctioned events: hydrazine, toluene,
dinitrotoluene, dioxane, propylene oxide, nitropropane or any additives determined by INEX to be hazardous.

9.3.51 Oil Catch Cans
An oil catch can (maximum 1 quart capacity) may be used. It must be securely fastened and remain within the engine compartment. It may only
be routed to by a hose from the stock crankcase breather opening or the oil fill cap.

9.3.52 Oil Coolers & Lines
Oil coolers must be cooled by air only (no dry ice systems or other type). All oil cooling systems (including lines) must be mounted in the engine
compartment only. No oil coolers or lines may be mounted in the drivers’ compartment or in the rear deck. More than one oil cooler is permitted.
Oil cooler fans are permitted. Push-lock fittings are permitted. Oil coolers may not be mounted below the bottom of the front bumper.
Aftermarket oil coolers are permitted.

9.3.52.1 Oil Cooler Scoops
Oil cooler air scoops (with a max. wall thickness of 1/8” sheet metal) must fit completely between frame rails and may not extend below or attach
to the stock front bumper.

9.3.52.2 Overhead Oiling Systems
Aftermarket overhead oiling systems for the camshafts are permitted.

9.3.53 Oil Crankcase Breather
The only locations that the crankcase may have a breather is under the carburetors at the stock outlet or in the oil fill cap. This breather may not
be evacuated through the exhaust pipe (header). There may not be any additional breather holes for the crankcase. Breathers and hoses must
remain within the engine compartment. Baffles used in the hoses are permitted.

9.3.54 Oil Filters, Remote
Remote oil filters are permitted and must be mounted in the engine compartment only. Inside or outside mounting of the remote oil filter to the
frame rail is permitted. The remote oil filter must be located in a position where it cannot be easily damaged in the event of an accident. Remote
oil filters may not be mounted below the bottom of the front bumper.

9.3.55 Pickup Points & Spacers
Absolutely no modifications of the frame pickup points, rear end pick up points or spindle points are permitted. A maximum 3/4” wide spacer
may be used on all ½” suspension bolts.

9.3.56 Rack & Pinion Steering
Only the rack & pinion steering box as currently delivered and stamped 600 Racing, Inc. (or Mid-State Machine) is permitted. A Stiletto-brand or
unmarked rack & pinion steering box is not permitted. The rack and pinion mounting plate measures 4” from the bottom of the frame rail to the
top of the mounting plate (see diagram on page 92). A 4”x 4” x 1/8” plate will be allowed to be bolted (not welded) under the steering rack
mounting plate. This will be a 4”x 4” x 1/8” plate with three holes using the steering rack studs to secure it.




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9.3.57 Radios Prohibited
No drivers or crew members are permitted to use one-way or two-way radios at any time for any reason, including practice sessions. Radio wiring
harnesses are not permitted in a Legends Car. Radio ear plugs are not permitted. Raceceivers (600 Racing, Inc. Part No. 975000X069) will be
used only at tracks that mandate them. Beaver Dam requires that all Legends cars be equipped with a functioning Raceceiver.

9.3.58 Radius Rods/Panhard Bar
The radius rods and panhard bar must remain within the stock dimensions (radius rods - either 6.5”, 11.0” or 12.0” in length / panhard bar - 23.5”
in length), aluminum thickness, location, and configurations of the original, as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. Each measurement will
have a tolerance of +/- 1/8” (0.125”). Steel radius rods or panhard bars are not permitted. The 11.0” and 12.0” rods may be interchanged
anywhere on the car as long as the car still meets all other specifications contained in this rulebook.

9.3.59 Rear Axles
The long and the short rear axles must remain stock, within the stock dimensions, steel thickness, location and configurations as currently
delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. and may not be reinforced in any way. If one piece axles are used, they must be stamped INEX and be as delivered
by 600 Racing, Inc. Any type of aftermarket axle, an axle modified for lightening purposes or axles not in accordance with the above rule will
result in an immediate disqualification and confiscation of the illegal parts.

9.3.60 Rear Ends
Only 10 bolt pattern/wide flange (5/8”) Toyota, locked-steel rear ends are permitted. All rear end components, to include the housing, and pickup
points must meet the specifications of the stock components. The rear end must be locked (all spider gears welded or steel spool of a minimum
6.0 pounds, 5.25 pounds for a 2:50 spool, as currently delivered through 600 Racing, Inc. only). No limited slip differentials, aftermarket
differentials, quick change rear ends, fl oaters, homemade or otherwise are permitted. Only OEM bearings are permitted. No hemispheric or
similar type bearings are permitted. No spacers are permitted between the backing plate and bearings. Axle tube material must be 3” O.D. and
.120” wall thickness. A “Double shear” rear end housing is available through 600 Racing, Inc. (competitors are allowed to up-grade to the stock
600 Racing, Inc. “Double shear” specifications).

9.3.61 Ride Height
The car may have no less than 3 ½ inches between the bottom of the frame rails (not the weld) and the ground. This measurement is to be checked
without the driver in the car, as raced, without lifting of the car of any kind.

9.3.62 Running Boards
The running boards must remain within the stock dimensions, steel thickness, location and configurations as currently delivered by 600 Racing,
Inc. and may not be reinforced in any way.

9.3.63 Sheet Metal
The minimum thickness of sheet metal is .036”. The rear deck sheet metal (including the package tray behind the driver) may not be removed or
altered in any way unless a fuel cell access hole is used. The fuel cell access hole must be covered with a sheet metal plate and secured at all times
when the car is on the track.

9.6.64 Shocks
All Legends Cars must use INEX (stamped with the INEX logo) Shocks as delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. Carrera type shocks are not permitted.
Shock numbers must be made visible at the request of an INEX inspector. Changing or altering the fluid inside is illegal. Altering or tampering
with the shocks, or competing with same, will result in a six (6) month suspension for both driver and owner. Shocks may be turned upside down
and/or the upper part of the rear shock may be mounted on either side (inside or outside) of the frame. Shock bumpers are permitted (maximum
1/4” tall).

9.3.65 Spindles
The spindles (and pickup points) must remain stock, within the stock dimensions, thickness, location and configurations as currently delivered by
600 Racing, Inc. Damaged or bent steel spindles that do not meet stock specifications may be reviewed by INEX. Additional gussets (other
than stock) are not permitted. Repairing a broken or cracked aluminum spindle is not allowed.

9.3.66 Springs
All Legends Cars must use 10” or smaller length springs. Any spring weight combination and aftermarket springs
of stock design are acceptable. Only one spring is permitted per shock. Spring rubbers are not permitted.

9.3.67 Sprocket Adapters
The sprocket adapters must remain stock, within the stock dimensions, steel thickness, location and configurations of the original, as currently
delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. Set screws for the sprocket adapter nut are permitted. Lightening the sprocket adapter for weight savings in any
way is illegal.

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9.3.68 Steering Column
The steering shaft or steering column bracket may be modified for driver comfort or safety by altering the length of the shaft or by altering the
steering column bracket that connects to the dash. Intentional lightening for weight saving measures is not permitted. A hose clamp or shaft
collar is mandatory on the steering column in the engine compartment directly against the firewall. There can be no more that ¼” gap between the
clamp (collar) and the bushing (See diagram in Appendix). Modification of the drivers compartment roll cage is not permitted.

Steering Quickeners - Steering quickeners are not permitted without special written permission from INEX.

Steering Shafts - Tubing used for steering shafts must be stock as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. and may not be reinforced in any way.
Upgraded steering joints are acceptable.

9.3.69 Steering Wheels
Larger or smaller steel steering wheels are allowed, aluminum steering wheels are allowed. Racing style, quick release steering hubs are
mandatory.

9.3.70 Tires
The tire must be a “Legends Edition” 205/60R13 BF Goodrich T/A Comp HR4. Tires may not be soaked, softened, siped (razor cuts), grooved or
recapped. The raised white letters of the BF Goodrich Tires logo must face towards the outside of the car and be visible at all times.

9.3.70.1 Hardness
If any tire is softer than 58 points on the durometer, the driver will be disqualified for that event and the tire will be destroyed. Tire warmers and
any other means of artificially warming tires are prohibited.

9.3.70.2 Tread Depth
When the top of the wear-bar indicator appears at two spots in a row on the tire (side-by-side or in the same groove - i.e. outside groove) or the
tread depth is 2/32” or less on any two (2) points in the tread (measured from the bottom of the groove, not at the top of the wear-bar) (“tread” will
be defined as 6” across the tire, to be measured from the center 3” both ways), that tire will be confiscated, destroyed or drilled by the technical
inspector. There is no disqualification for violation of this rule unless more than one tire is below the minimum tread depth. If this rule is
violated on two different occasions at the same event or two tires on the car at the same time, then that driver will be disqualified. If the wear
bar is cut out or tampered with, that tire shall be destroyed immediately (even if it has more than 2/32” tread on it) and a disqualification will be
applied. Drilled or damaged tires may not be patched or repaired in any way!

9.3.70.3 “Dry Tire” Rule
It is prohibited to use traction compounds or any substance that might alter the physical properties of a tire as supplied by the manufacturer. Tire
cleaners/shiners, tire softeners, track adhesives, brake fluid, diesel fuel, etc., will not be permitted on the tires. Any tires with signs of these
products on them will be DESTROYED IMMEDIATELY and that driver will be disqualified with no warning!!!

9.3.71 Traction Control Devices
No electronic or computerized wheel spin/traction control devices are permitted. Any driver caught using these devices will be suspended for at
least one (1) year.

9.3.72 Upper Control Arms
The upper control arms must remain stock, within the stock dimensions (4.25” in length), steel thickness, location, and configurations as currently
delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. and may not be altered in any way. Each measurement will have a tolerance of +/- 1/8” (0.125”).

9.3.73 Weight
The minimum car weight is 1100 pounds. The percent of weight from front to rear will be no more to the rear than 52.0%. The weight
percentage from left to right will be no more to the left than 52.0%. Weight of the car is defined with no driver, and no driver apparel inside of, or
on the car. The minimum weight of the car with the driver shall be 1300 pounds. Competitors will not be permitted to add fuel after an event to
meet minimum weight.

9.3.74 Weight Saving Measures
Lightening “stock” components by shaving, milling, drilling or any other method is illegal. Any item on a Legends Car that is used (other than
what is mentioned in the rules) as a weight saving method is considered illegal. Non-stock aluminum or titanium components are considered
illegal and will be confiscated immediately. Components must remain the same material as delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. unless specified in this
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9.3.75 Wheels
Any type of automotive steel wheel (no bead lock) that has a 13” diameter, a 7” width and the offset of only 3 1/8” with an 1/8” variance (3” to 3
1/4”) is permitted. Starting March 1, 2011, only Unique Wheels (part #246-3744 / Black & #34-3744 / Chrome) & Bassett Wheels (part #37ST3S
/ Silver & #37ST3 / Black) as delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. will be permitted for use on Legend Cars at any INEX sanctioned event. INEX
approved bead lock wheel, with soft foam or plastic disc mud plug, permitted on right rear only. Plastic disc mud plugs must have car number.
The minimum weight of a tire and wheel must be at least 36.0 pounds without additional steel, lead, or wheel weights. All wheel weights must be
covered with duct tape. Bleeder or relief valves are not permitted in the wheels.

9.3.76 Wheelbase
All cars must compete with a 73 inch wheelbase plus/minus 1/4 inch on either side (72 ¾” to 73 ¼”).

9.3.76.1 Measuring wheelbase
The measurement will be taken with the front and rear tires on one side in line with each other. To determine this, the measuring tool or tape
measure must touch three points. These points are the front of the rear tire sidewall and the front and rear of the front tire sidewall. The
measurement is then taken from the front edge of the front wheel to the front edge of the rear wheel. The process is the same when measuring
wheelbase on the opposite side.

9.3.77 Width
The total overall width of the car (front and rear) may not exceed 60 inches (castor, camber, toe adjustments, raised white letters are not
considered with this rule). The car must be able to roll freely through a 60 inch wide opening by 48 inches high (without driver). There must be a
minimum of 6” between the inside edge of the rear brake drum and the rear frame rails (directly below the centerline of the rearend housing). No
wheel or axle spacers are permitted.

Enforcement and Infraction Penalties of the Ride Height, Wheelbase and Width Rules
After qualifying or after a race, if a car is found to be in violation of the ride height, wheelbase or width rule, only if requested, the driver may
have five (5) minutes to find the reason why the ride height, wheelbase or width does not meet the rules. It is the driver’s responsibility to find the
reason (such as a bent part) before the car leaves the tech area. It is not the tech inspector’s responsibility to find the reason. If a reason cannot be
found and the car leaves the tech area, the driver cannot bring it back to the tech inspector showing or explaining a damaged part which affected
the ride height, wheelbase or width. This must all be done within the tech area and within the specified time period.

If no reason (such as damaged parts) can be found, this will result in an immediate disqualification from that event. A driver will be disqualified if
a car was just improperly set up. If a driver is disqualified from a qualifying event (time trials or heats), they may fix the infraction, however they
must start at the rear of the next race (either a consolation race or feature race - depending on the format).

For example, if an infraction is found during time trials, the driver would receive no time. If the infraction is found after the heat or consolation
races, the driver would be placed to the rear of that race. If the infraction is found after the feature, the driver would be disqualified.

9.3.78 Windshields/Screens
All cars must have either a screen or lexan windshield in the front window area. A lexan sun visor is also permitted in the front window. Holes
are permitted in the lexan windshield.

9.4 ENGINE SPECIFICATION RULES XJ1250 “SEALED” (BLITZ)
***The XJ1250 & XJ1219 are sealed engines. Tampering, removing , altering the engine seals or being in possession of an engine that has
been altered may result in a minimum one (1) year suspension for both the owner and driver. Additional fines may be applied also. If you
purchase an engine from a questionable source it is best to get it checked by an INEX authorized sealed engine builder! All repairs
requiring removing the seals(s) must be addressed by an authorized INEX Sealed Engine repair shop.

9.4.1 1250 & 1219 Engine Specs
The only modifications allowed to the factory sealed 1250 engine are:
A. Changing carburetor jets
B. All stock carburetor adjusters may be used
C. Adjusting the valve shims
D. Installing an aftermarket clutch and spring of original design (no aluminum clutch plates).
E. Upper head oilers, heavy-duty valve springs, “Pinned” Camshafts and steel sleeves are permitted only if installed by an INEX authorized sealed
   engine shop.

9.5 ENGINE SPECIFICATION RULES FJ & XJ1200
The engine must remain a factory-stock Yamaha FJ1200/XJR1200 as currently delivered through 600 Racing, Inc. Only those changes as
described in this section of the rulebook are permitted to be made to the FJ and XJ 1200. A Yamaha FJ1200/XJR1200 from other countries
(Canada, England, etc.) or an FJ1100 may only be used if it meets all the specifications of the current U.S. model as delivered through 600 Racing,

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Inc.

          If this rulebook does not specifically say that you can change/modify/add something, then you must consider that the
          change/modification/addition is illegal. Any questions about the legality of a change/modification/addition not covered in
          this rulebook, must be answered by INEX in writing and presented to the tech inspector upon request. If you have a request
          for a change/modification/addition, please contact INEX before making the change/modification/addition.

9.5.1 Cam Shaft
The cam shafts must remain as stock Yamaha FJ1200/XJR1200 as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. The cam shaft marking (“I” and “E”)
may not be removed. Stress relieving by machining or polishing on the radius next to the cam gear or on the shaft is permitted. Modifying any
part of the lobes (lift, profile, duration, weight, etc.) is illegal. Installation of a ¼” (I.D.) x ½” (O.D.) piece of 4130 aircraft steel the full length of
the camshaft is permitted. Note: This modification must be performed in a very specific manor, Please contact 600 Racing, Inc. or an INEX
authorized engine builder for details.

9.5.2 Cam Chain
The cam chain must remain as stock Yamaha FJ1200/XJR1200 as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc.

9.5.3 Cam Chain Adjusters
Aftermarket manual cam chain adjusters are permitted.

9.5.4 Clutch
The clutch (plates and springs) may be replaced with any aftermarket type of the same design (no aluminum clutch plates). Due to the rigors of
road racing, a billet aluminum clutch basket will be allowed for road racing only. The basket, primary drive gear, shims and springs must weigh a
minimum of 5.5 lbs.

9.5.5 1200 Cylinder Head
The original equipment cylinder head of an un-sealed engine must remain in unaltered “as cast” condition with the exception of machining the
gasket surface. Valve seat inserts may be reworked or replaced with OEM or aftermarket seats of original dimensions. The stock I.D. at the
bottom 1/16 of an inch is 0.990” for the intake port and 0.830” for the exhaust port. No port alterations of the intake or the exhaust below the seat
are permitted. O-ringing the head gasket seal area is not permitted.

9.5.5.1 Combustion Chamber
The combustion chambers may be matched and cc balanced to the highest unaltered cc chamber. Relief cuts for cc balancing may not exceed the
bore size.

9.5.5.2 Repairing Heads
A combustion chamber may be repaired by welding and grinding back to the official “stock” configuration of the combustion chamber.

9.5.6 1200 Compression Ratio
The compression ratio of an un-sealed engine may not exceed 10.0:1 (no tolerance). If the compression ratio is found to be over 10.0:1, it will
result in an immediate disqualification and confiscation of all of the following parts: the entire upper end (including the head, the valves,
the head gasket, etc.) as well as the pistons and cylinder casings (including base gasket). Upon rebuild, only the following things may be
done to meet this rule: machining the piston domes, machining the gasket surfaces of the cylinder head and/or cylinder casings.

9.5.7 Crank Shaft
The crank shaft must remain as stock FJ1200/XJR1200 as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. Modifying the throw balances or weight of the
crank is illegal. Polishing the crankshaft is illegal. Minimum crankshaft weight will be 27 pounds.

9.5.8 1200 Cranking Compression
The cranking compression of an un-sealed engine must be at or below 165 p.s.i. at anytime (hot or cold) on at least three (3) cylinders with
the ignition off and the throttle wide open with the carburetors on the engine, and all four spark plugs out. Ten to twelve revolutions of
the engine will determine the total compression of a cylinder. Cam timing may be adjusted accordingly to meet the requirements of this rule
by slotting the cam sprocket gear or substituting with an aftermarket cam gear sprocket. The approximate stock setting is 171 lb. INEX highly
recommends that you have your engine set at 160 lb. cranking compression instead of right on the line at 165 lb. to allow for slight variations
between gauges. There is no tolerance for engines over 165 lb. and the gauge used by the tech inspector is the “official gauge.”

9.5.8.1 Oil Pump
The stock oil pump may not be modified in any way. Relief valves may be shimmed.

9.5.8.2 Oil Pan
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The stock oil pan may not be altered, modified or include any additions to alter the path of the oil.

9.5.11 1200 Pistons & Rings
The cylinder bore of an un-sealed engine may not exceed 77.57mm or 3.054” (maximum .022” overbore from stock). Only Yamaha pistons (part
#1TX 11631-00 and #1TX 11636-00) or forged Wiseco pistons (part #K1188, #L1195, #L1199 and #L1202) may be used. Only Yamaha rings
(part #1TX 11610-00 and #1TX 11610-20) or Wiseco rings (part #21-3041X9 and #21-3051X6) may be used. These rings may not be altered in
any way. The ring lances and lowers part (skirts) of the piston may not be altered from the original in any way. Gas-porting the pistons are not
permitted. Wrist pin buttons may be used.

9.5.11.1 Cylinder Sleeves
Worn cylinder sleeves may be replaced with aftermarket sleeves.

9.5.12 1200 Rods
The rods in an un-sealed engine must remain as stock FJ1200/XJR1200 as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. Rod bolts may be changed to
any aftermarket type. Only shotpeening the rods is permitted (no polishing by any means is permitted). Weight balancing to the lightest unaltered
rod is permitted. All dimensions must be stock. XJ1250/1300 connecting rods are not allowed in an un-sealed engine.

9.5.13 Stroke
The stroke must remain stock for the FJ1200/XJR1200 Yamaha as currently delivered by 600 Racing, Inc.

9.5.14 1200 Valves
Only stock Yamaha FJ1200/XJR1200 valves are permitted. No modifications are permitted to the valves with the exception of altering the
number of angles of the seat and a maximum backcut width up to 0.200” is permitted from edge of the valve. Valve jobs are permitted. Only
stock valve lifter and adjuster shims may be used.

9.5.15 Valve Guides
The valve guides must remain the same size, length and location of the current “stock” valve guides. The guides may not be altered in any way.
Shotpeening of valve guides are not permitted. Brass aftermarket valve guides of the same dimensions of stock may be used.

9.5.16 Valve Springs
The valve springs may be replaced with aftermarket magnetic steel springs. Only stock steel valve spring retainers and clips/keepers are
permitted. No titanium or other lightweight alloys are permitted.

9.5.17 Transmissions
The transmission and transmission gears must remain stock Yamaha FJ1200/XJR1200/XJR1250 (sealed) as delivered by 600 Racing, Inc. They
may not be lightened in any way. The transmission gears may be shimmed only for the purpose of proper engagement. Standard and aftermarket
shims may be utilized.

9.6 ENGINE CLAIMING PROCEDURE for LEGENDS CARS
The purpose of the claim is to provide a “safety valve” to help keep the series competitive and to keep the cost of racing affordable. Only drivers
(or legal guardian) that are current INEX members may claim an engine after the race for the amount designated in terms of cash or certified
check. That person must show their membership card to submit a claim. The Beaver Dam staff and management reserve the right to disallow
any claim at any time for unspecified reasons.

9.6.1 Positions that May Claim a 1200 Engine
Any driver (or legal guardian representing driver) finishing in the top ten positions in the event and on the lead lap of the feature event may claim
a 1200 engine from a top five finisher within the same race. Should there be more than one claim to an engine, the driver in the highest finishing
position has the first right to the engine claim.

9.6.2 Time of the Claim
In order to file a claim, the claimer must stop their car at the designated technical inspection area prior to going to their trailer in the pit area. At
this time the claimer must notify the INEX technical inspector of their intentions to file a claim. The membership card, claim card and full
payment must be presented to the INEX tech inspector no later than ten (10) minutes after the finish of the race. Once a claim is made, it may not
be withdrawn. The serial number on the casing of the engine must be written on the claim card by the chief tech inspector immediately following
the claim.

9.6.3 Components of the Engine Claim
Only the top five feature finisher’s engine including carburetors, alternator, and starter may be claimed. Not included in the engine claim are the
ignition electrical components, ignition box, coils, header, oil cooler, remote filter, sprocket adaptor, clutch slave cylinder, and air ducts.

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9.6.4 Claim Payment
Cash or check (certified is preferred) in the amount of $5,100 (or equivalent foreign funds) along with a claim card must be presented to the tech
inspector. The tech inspector must produce (but not give) the payment to the claimee before the engine is removed. All checks shall be made out
to the claimee for the proper amount written clearly and legibly (unless “Option B” is chosen - then the check shall be made out and given to
INEX, Corp.). A claim made by a personal check will require that the engine be held by the technical inspector or an authorized representative of
INEX until it clears the bank of the claimee. The claimee must deposit that check within three (3) days of the claim. If the technical inspector is
not notified of the clearing of the check within seven (7) days, it will be assumed that the check did clear the bank and the “held” engine will be
turned over to the claimer. If the check of the claimer does not clear the bank (returned to the claimee after the deposits it within three days of the
claim), the claimer will be suspended indefinitely and fined for an amount to be determined by INEX.

9.6.5 Choice of the Claimed Engine
At the time of the claim, the claimer must choose on the claim card either “Option A” or “Option B”.

9.6.5.1 “Option A”
The claimer takes immediate delivery of the claimed engine (should the payment be cash or certified check to the claimee). If a personal check is
used, the engine is held for seven days by the technical inspector or INEX tech official until the check clears the account of the claimee. The
claimer is then responsible for the legality of that engine.

9.6.5.2 “Option B”
The claimer may choose to have the INEX tech inspector send the claimed engine to INEX headquarters (or an INEX-approved inspection site-
determined by the Executive Director) for inspection for an additional fee of $250 (payable to
INEX). The INEX representative at the track will be responsible for holding the engine until the time of shipment. The claimer must pay for
shipping charges and inspection fee and the engine must be sent to INEX within seven (7) days of the claim. If the engine is not at the INEX
inspection site within seven (7) days, the payment will be given to the claimee and the engine will not be checked for legality. The engine will
become the property of the claimer immediately.

Upon inspection of the claimed engine, if the claimed engine is found illegal in any way, the check for $5,100 will be returned to the claimer (who
is still responsible for shipping charges to the inspection) and the illegal engine components will become the property of INEX. Legal
components of the engine will be returned only at the discretion of INEX and at the expense of the claimee. The claimee may also be fined and
must pay all fines prior to the legal components being returned. The driver also face possible additional penalties by INEX.

If the claimed engine is found legal, the owner of the engine being claimed receives the $5,100 and the engine will be sent to the claimer (who is
responsible for the shipping charges of the engine’s shipment).

9.6.6 Refusal of a Claim
If the claimee refuses to sell the engine after a legitimate claim, he will be disqualified and not allowed to run that engine again for a 12-month
period. Once a refusal of the claim is made, it may not be rescinded. The engine must then be turned over to the technical director or INEX
authorized representative immediately and sent to INEX headquarters to be held during the 12-month period of time. That engine will also be
disassembled and inspected at the expense of the owner. That driver and car owner may be suspended for an indefinite period of time (to be
determined by INEX) if the engine is not immediately relinquished. The driver will also forfeit all cash winnings for the feature, points for that
race, any trophies earned for the feature and possibly ALL points earned for the season at the discretion of INEX.

9.6.7 Removal of the Claimed Engine
The claimed engine shall be removed immediately from the car by the team being claimed. Any sabotage to the engine by the removal team will
result in that driver and car owner being suspended for two (2) months and a $500 fine will result. The claim will also be nullified by INEX and
the claim money will be returned to the claimer. The person claiming the engine may not leave the track until engine is removed, turned over to
him or in the possession of the INEX tech inspector and he agrees that no sabotage has occurred. If the claimer leaves before the above items are
satisfied, the claim will be nullified.

* INEX may penalize a claimer deemed to be malicious, spiteful, or who otherwise acts in bad faith. A driver may claim no more than one
engine during the calendar year.

INEX reserves the right to suspend the claim rule at anytime.

9.7 PROTESTING SPECIFIC COMPONENTS on LEGENDS CARS
The purpose of the protest is to provide a “safety valve” to help keep the series competitive and to keep the cost of racing affordable. Only current
INEX members or associate members may protest a component. (That person must show membership card to submit a protest.) Any specific
engine, rear end, or suspension components of a competitor’s car may be protested by any driver finishing that feature after the race for the
amount designated in terms of cash or certified check. The Beaver Dam staff and management reserve the right to disallow any protest at
any time for unspecified reasons.

Note: “On track” race calls cannot be protested to INEX.
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9.7.1 Time of the Protest
The protester’s membership card, protest card and full payment (in cash or certified check no personal checks) must be presented to the INEX tech
inspector no later than ten (10) minutes following the finish of the race. Once a protest is made, it may not be withdrawn. All purse and points are
to be distributed after a decision on the protest has been made. Tech inspectors will not accept verbal protests or protests which are not
accompanied by the required protest fee, protest card and protester’s membership card.

9.7.2 Checking the Protest
The protested component will be removed from the car or made available for inspection by the protested team’s crew and taken for inspection by
the INEX tech inspector. The following people will be permitted to be present at the protest site: protested driver and crew (the crew shall leave
once the part is removed), protester, INEX tech officials and a speedway management representative. If a decision at the track cannot be made,
then the component will be sent to INEX for a final decision on legality. On a protest, it is the driver’s duty to prove his legality, not the tech
officials or protester’s duty to prove the violation.

9.7.3 When the Protest Finds a Legal Component
After inspection, if the protested component is found legal, the protest money will be given to the driver of the car from which the component was
protested (less reasonable inspection fees and shipping charges determined by INEX). The shipping costs of an engine to an engine rebuilder is not
covered.

9.7.4 When the Protest Finds a Illegal Component
After inspection, if the protested component is found illegal, the driver of that car will be disqualified from that event, forfeits all prizes and
honors earned at the event and face the possibility of more penalties at the discretion of INEX. The illegal parts will also be confiscated by INEX.
The protest money will be returned to the team filing the protest. The driver who was found illegal will be responsible to pay for inspection fees
and shipping charges in the form of a fine.

9.7.5 Refusal of a Protest
If the driver of the protested car does not allow inspection under these terms, he will be disqualified, forfeit all points, purse monies, prizes and
awards earned at that event and possibly suffer more penalties as determined by INEX. The car will also be suspended from competition.

INEX may penalize the author of a protest deemed to be malicious, spiteful, or who otherwise acts in bad faith.
No driver may file a protest more than three times during the calendar year.

          Choice of one (1) of the following items to be protested:
          • A driver may only be protested by one other competitor at each event. (If more than one protest is filed against a competitor,
          the driver with the higher finishing position in that race will be allowed the protest.)
          • No driver may file a protest more than 3 times during the calender year.
          • Protestor must verify that the tech inspector has the special equipment necessary for the test, if applicable.

9.7.6 Protest Fee Schedule for Legends Cars
$100.00 - Compression Ratio (Choice of any 2 cylinders)
$100.00 - Bore Size (Check all four cylinders with bore gauge)
$100.00 - Stroke
$800.00 - Crank Shaft (lightened / out of engine)
$400.00 - Rods (stock, polished, lightened / out of engine)
$300.00 - Ported & Polished Head (check intake & exhaust)
$ 50.00 - Air Filters (Velocity Stacks and size of filter)
$100.00 - Cam Shaft Lobes (check intake & exhaust lobes)
$ 75.00 - Alternator (working & wired properly)
$200.00 - Fuel (Laboratory Test)
$100.00 - Exhaust System (check header and/or muffler)
$100.00 - Total Weight (between min. & max. weight)
$150.00 - Rear End Gears (Locked)
$100.00 - Shocks (each shock)
$100.00 - Spindle (Left & Right)
$100.00 - Driveshaft (stock)
$100.00 - Wheel O. set (Check all four wheels)
$100.00 - Wheel Weight with Tire (Check all four wheels)
$100.00 - Front Bumper or Rear Bumper meets all specs.
$200.00 - Carburetors
$ 50.00 - Durometer test of tires
$120.00 - Engine Seals

$500.00 - Sealed engine inspection (engine will be inspected by INEX)


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The sealed engine inspection process will be handled under the guidelines as listed for “protesting specific components on Legends Cars” with
the exception of the following:
• Only a driver (or legal guardian representing the driver) finishing in the top 10 positions and on the lead lap of that
feature, may have a sealed engine inspected from a car finishing in one of the top 5 positions of that race.
• Sealed engine inspection card must be presented in place of a protest card.
• The engine in question will be removed by the team that the $500 inspection was filed against.
• Once the engine is removed, the INEX inspector will take possession of the engine and make arrangements with INEX to have that engine
delivered to INEX to be inspected.
• If the inspection finds the engine to be legal, the engine will be re-assembled and re-sealed, then returned to the owner. The inspection fee will
be used for shipping and inspection costs.
• If the inspection finds the engine to be illegal, the repercussions and penalties will fall upon the engine builder responsible for building that
engine. The driver will not be responsible for components secured by the seals. The inspection fee will be returned to the driver that filed the
$500 inspection.

*TBD - Reasonable fee to be determined by the INEX official for other specific items.

          These rules and/or regulations apply to all INEX-sanctioned events.




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