Final LMSC Rule Change for 2014:

Effective Friday, June 27, 2014. 

-604 Chevy Crate - 650 CFM; 3,000 lbs. Right Side 1,350 lbs.; 7,000 chip.

-Ford 347SR Crate - 650 CFM; 3,100 lbs. Right Side 1,400 lbs.; 7,000 chip; no spacer under carburetor. 

-Chevy Built - 500 CFM; 3,050 lbs Right Side 1,350 lbs.; no rev. limiter

-Ford Built - 500 CFM; 3,050 lbs Right Side 1,350 lbs.; no rev. limiter 

-Dodge Built - 500 CFM; 3,050 lbs Right Side 1,350 lbs.; no rev. limiter

-You may run built shocks per NASCAR rule book for the races on 6-27-14 thru 7-5-14. You must add 40 lbs. total weight for built shocks. 20 lbs. right side and 20 lbs. left side.

-Starting after July 5th: Pro shocks ONLY for the remainder of the 2014 Season.

-Optional four (4) tires for July 4th and 5th ONLY.

-Two (2) tires for the rest of the weekly season after July 4th and 5th races. 

All crate engines must be located with front spark plug lining up with upper ball joint.

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 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.

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/her 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.


General Rules:

Motorsports is a dangerous activity that can result in serious injury or death. Participants are subject to dangers at all times. Kingsport Speedway, Lonesome Pine Raceway, NASCAR or their affiliates can in no way guarantee against injury or death.

The rules set forth herein are in place to provide participants with a safe, fun and competitive atmosphere. Kingsport Speedway and Lonesome Pine Raceway, further referred to as “Speedway,” will make every attempt to make the racing as fair as possible for participants. It is your responsibility, as a participant, to read and follow the rules outlined. Safety is our utmost concern. In no way can the Speedway guarantee safety equipment used by a participant, even if it is approved.


A. Conduct:                                         
                1. We expect courteous conduct from all participants at all times. Each and every one of you has an image to uphold for the fans, sponsors, NASCAR and in the name of the Speedway. All participants are expected to use common sense in regard to their conduct at all times. Profane language, threatening remarks, verbal or physical confrontation is not acceptable towards any official, track personnel, crew member, driver or fan at any time. Fighting will not be tolerated! The Speedway has the right to suspend or fine anyone caught fighting from the day’s event or future events. It is not the result of the Speedway to decide who is at fault in the event of a confrontation.
                2. All participants are expected to dress and act professional. At any time if you may be asked to leave the grounds.
                3. The consumption of alcoholic beverages in the pit area will not be tolerated! Anyone caught consuming alcohol that will be participating in the pit area may be asked to leave and could face, but are not limited to, probation, suspension and/or fine.
                4. Weapons are not allowed on Speedway property! The display or use of any type of weapon may result in, but not limited to, fine, suspension and/or probation. Those with weapons on property may also be subject to punishment by state and federal law.
                5. The driver is responsible for his/her crew at all times. The driver may be subject to penalties resulting from actions by his/her crew.
6. No participant (team member, etc) is allowed to enter the racing surface while the track is considered active. Track officials and rescue personnel are the only persons allowed on the track. Failure to comply may result in penalties (fine, loss of points, etc.).

B. Penalties:
                1. Participants are subject to penalties at any time.
                2. Penalties include, but are not limited to, fines, probations, suspensions, points taken, etc.
                3. Multiple problems from any one participant may result in a permanent suspension.
                4. Penalties will be decided by Speedway officials and management.
                5. NASCAR can also issue penalties to participants. (Refer to NASCAR rule book.)

C. License:
                1. All drivers must purchase a license.

D. General Policies:
                1. In the event of a cancellation, rain checks for pit fees will be applicable if less than one-half    (1/2) of the feature race has been completed for the event. Rain checks will only be given to participants in divisions that did not get to race. Rain checks will only be honored at the following event.

E. Flags:
                1. Green Flag: Start/restart of race.
                2. Yellow Flag: Caution, drivers are to slow immediately and hold position.
                3.  Red Flag: Stop Immediately!
                4. Blue Flag w/ Orange or Yellow Stripe: Move over. Yield to lead-lap traffic.
                5. Black Flag: Penalty, refer to track officials.
                6. Black Flag w/ White X: No longer being scored.
                7. White Flag: Last Lap.
                8. Checkered Flag: Race has been completed.
F. Sign-in Procedure: 

                1. At pit sign-in, whomever signs-in as driver of said race-car must be the person to drive the race-car. If a driver change is warranted, officials must be notified.
                2. Drivers must pay for each division they compete in.

G. Start of Race:

                1. One the pace laps have begun, any car entering the pits and re-entering the race surface, before the green flag, will be considered to have made a pit stop and must start at the rear of          the field.
                2. Any car that wants to re-enter the surface after the green flag has waved must obey the track officials at the end of pit road. The Blend Rule is in effect at all times when entering the surface from the pit area. (See No. 8 below.)
                3. The flagman, and only the flagman, will start the race.

H. The Cone Rule:
                1. The Cone Rule is in effect during all restarts during a race. A cone will be placed on the start/finish with two (2) laps reaming under caution. Drivers will then be able to choose the inside or outside lane. Cars may NOT change lanes after they have passed the cone.
                2. The Cone Rule is only used after one (1) lap has been completed and scored in a race.

I. Restart:
                1. The lead car will restart the race as soon as they have entered the restart zone in
                Turn 4.
                2. All restarts will be double-file due to the Cone Rule.
                3. There will be two (2) attempts at a double-file restart. If the two attempts at a double-file restart are unsuccessful, due to jumping the start or an accident, cars will be lined up single-file.          
4. If the same car jumps the start or restart twice, they will be placed at the rear of the field. If there are cars one or more laps down, the car will be      placed as last car on the lead lap.

J. Cautions:
                1. NO racing back to the yellow flag! When the caution is displayed, immediately slow down and hold your position.
                2. Any car that causes a caution will go to the rear of the field. If you are on the lead lap, you will be placed as last car on the lead lap. If you are one or more laps down, you will be at the tail end of the field.

3. If you are involved in an accident, you must remain in your car, except in the case of a fire until rescue personnel or track officials arrive on scene. Failure to comply with this rule may result in penalties (fine, loss of points, etc.).

K. Caution Laps:
                1. Caution laps do not count on weekly shows, only green flag. Officials will alert drivers if caution laps are going to count as part of a “special event.”
                2. Cars will run under caution for as long as it takes to clear the track of debris, make the track    safe and set the correct line-up.
                3. Once the track is safe to return to racing, cars will be given “two to go” and set the double-file restart per the Cone Rule. (Refer to restart procedures to determine the restart.
                4. All cars re-entering the racing surface after a pit stop must re-enter the racing surface at their designated area. A stop-and-go official will direct when it is safe to re-enter the racing surface. Any car that re-enters the surface other than the area described, will be immediately black flagged and brought down the pits for a stop-and-go penalty.

L. How you are determined to be in or involved in a caution:
                1. If you cause a car to spin, being it on purpose or accident, you will be deemed as at fault and placed at the rear of field according to Speedway rules.
                2. If you make contact with cars or come to a stop, you are deemed as part of that caution and will be placed at the rear of the field according to Speedway rules. If you continue to move, you are not part of the caution, unless you are the initial cause. 
                *Thinking before you act, is the best way to avoid causing or being in a caution.

M. Warnings:

                1. A warning will be a rolled up yellow or black flag pointed at a driver during a race or caution period. A warning will mean that Speedway officials have deemed an action by you as inappropriate. A second warning will result in the Chief Pit Steward directing you to the side and issue a verbal warning. If an initial warning and two additional verbal warnings are given and a driver continues inappropriate behavior, the driver will be parked for the remainder of the event.

N. Blending off of Pit Road:
                1. Upon re-entering the track from pit road, the driver will be instructed by an official when they can “go.” When re-entering, stay to the bottom of the track (apron) until they have exited Turn 2 and are entering the backstretch.
                2. Any blending or moving up into traffic before the exit of Turn 2 will result in the driver being black flagged and serving a stop-and-go penalty.

                *This is NOT a Blend Rule that applies during a caution or spin. It applies only when re-entering the track from the pit area. If you are involved in a caution, including a spin, you will be placed at the rear of the field per Speedway rules.

O. Fuel & Tires:
                1. Track fuel is required.
                2. Fuel is subject to test at any time.
                3. Tire rules are specified in each division’s rules section.

P.  Payoff Procedure:
                1. Drivers receive payoff according to finishing position and the division they compete in.
                2. Participants are considered as independent contractors. Participants are responsible for all charges, premiums, taxes, etc. from participation in any event at the
                3. It is the responsibility of the participant to file all necessary financial information.

Q. Points:
                1. A license must be purchased for points to be received.
                2. Divisions that are NASCAR-sanctioned must have a NASCAR license to receive NASCAR points.
                3. The Speedway reserves the right to revoke points in the event of a disqualification, penalty, etc.

R. Inspections:
                1. All participants and cars are subject to inspection at any time.
                2. The Speedway reserves the right to impound any parts as part of the inspection procedures.
                3. The Speedway reserves the right to limit the number of people allowed in and around the inspection procedures.
                4. Refusal to take part in inspection procedures may result in immediate disqualification.
                *If you are unsure about a rule or equipment, ask an official. Do not consider something to be legal just because it passed through inspection unobserved.

S. Protest:
                1. A protest or scoring disagreement must be made in writing, by the driver, within 20 minutes after the conclusion of the race. Protest fees must be made in cash.
                2. Participants can only protest a competitor that finishes ahead of him/her.
                3. Protest fees must be made to Speedway’s designated official(s).
                4. If car being protested is deemed illegal, participant protesting will be awarded protest fee. If car being protested is deemed legal, participant being protested will be awarded protest fee.
                5. Protest fees to be added soon. 
                4. In the event another illegal part is found during a protest, the car will be disqualified,
                regardless if it is not related to the protest.
                5. Protests are at the discretion of the Speedway and its officials.

T. Safety Regulations:
                1. Racing seats are required in all divisions. No homemade, fiberglass or plastic seats allowed.
                                1.1. Seats must be properly installed and deemed safe by Speedway officials.
                2. A five-point quick release seat belt system is required. Seat belts must not be less than three (3) inches wide.
                                2.1. Both ends of lap belt must be fastened to the roll cage.
                                2.2. Seat belts must be bolted. No quick clips.
                                2.3. All seat belts must connect at lap belt connection with approved quick release.
                                2.4. Seat belts can be no older than three (3) years from date of manufacturer.
                3. Eye protection is recommended.
                4. Drivers are required to use an approved helmet.
                5. Drivers are required to wear a fire resistant uniform, shoes and gloves.
                6. It is recommended that all cars are equipped with a fire suppressant system or fire extinguisher.
                7. It is recommended that all participants have a fire extinguisher in their pit.
                8. Safety rules apply to all practices, qualifying and events.
                *Safety devices should be inspected by the participant after and during each event. Safety devices should not be used again if frayed or involved in an impact, strain, etc. 
                **Participants should make their safety their first priority and implement extreme safety measures. There is no price on safety and there is no way to be too safe!

U. Weight:
                1. Weight rules vary in each division. Refer to the weight section in each division’s rules.  
                2. Fuel burn-off: one pound per lap. 
                3. Have cars completely full before race. 

V. Rookie of the Year:
1. In order to be eligible for Rookie of the Year, a Competitor may not compete in the division for four of more Events during any prior season or have previous experience in a higher ranking division. (Ex. A LMSC competitor may not drop down to a division and receive Rookie of the Year honors.)
2. Rookie of the Year honors will be determined by the highest ranking rookie in the championship point standings. 

Late Model Stock Car:

Contact: Scott Castle | (865) 740-3671


All rules specified here are that of the Speedway. The 2014 NASCAR Late Model Stock Car Rule Book is to be followed on all other LMSC rules.

A. Tires: Four (4) new tires opening week must leave 2 left sides after race, left sides will go on the right side following week, 2 new tires can be purchased for left side only, of do not purchase tires you can buy scuff tires from the KPS tire trailer. Hoosier F-45 tires. 

B. Speedway spec shock by Pro. 7in and 9in are available. 74, 75, 76, 77, 94, 95, 96, 97 shock can be purchased from RCR. Contact: Roger Clendenin 423-357-8251

C. Shock Claim Rule: Contact Scott Castle

D. Fuel: Speedway fuel must be used. 10 gal min purchase each week.

E. Fuel Cell: Max 22 gal. fuel cell tank with foam.

F. Rocker panel to 60 thousandths maximum thickness. Can be made of aluminum or sheet metal. Must be same thickness left side and right side.

G. Engines:

1. 604 Chevy Crate - 650 CFM; 3,000 lbs. Right Side 1,350 lbs.; 7,000 chip.
2. Ford 347SR Crate - 650 CFM; 3,100 lbs. Right Side 1,400 lbs.; 7,000 chip; no spacer under carburetor. 
3. Chevy Built - 500 CFM; 3,050 lbs Right Side 1,350 lbs.; no rev. limiter
4. Ford Built - 500 CFM; 3,050 lbs Right Side 1,350 lbs.; no rev. limiter 
5. Dodge Built - 500 CFM; 3,050 lbs Right Side 1,350 lbs.; no rev. limiter

H. Rocker arms- 1.5 or 1.6 rockers, optional on all crate motors. Ford crate 1.65

I. G force top load transmission optional all 4 gears must work.

*Denotes a rule that differs from Kingsport Speedway rules.

J. Free Pass ("Lucky Dog")

1. The Free Pass is given to the first car at least one lap down when the caution is displayed (LMSC races only).
2. Free Pass is not given in the following cases: 1 - When no cars have been lapped. 2 - When the recipient of the Free Pass pits (under the caution). 3 - When the recipient of the Free Pass is involved in the incident that brings out the caution.

(Refer to NASCAR LMSC Rule Book for all other rules.)

Street Stock 

Contact: Scott Castle | (865) 740-3671


A. Competing Models:

                1. 1964 and later with a minimum of 105” wheel base.

                2. American made only.


B. Body Specification:

                1. All bodies must have stock appearance & stock contour.

                2. Steel, aluminum, fiberglass or plastic.

                3. Aftermarket noses and tail allowed.

                4. Must have stock floor pan.

                5. 1/8” Lexan required.

                6. Inner panel may be removed on doors, fenders, quarters and trunk.


C. Spoilers:

                1. 36” front spoiler. Must not exceed past front bumper. 5” clearance.

                2. 5” rear spoiler. No wider than deck lid.


D. Firewall:

                1. Front may be altered for motor clearance. Track judgment.

                2. Front & rear must be steel and sealed off.


E. Clutch Assembly:

                1. 10 ½” minimum diameter steel pressure plate and flywheel.

                                1.1. Single disc.

                2. Hydraulic clutch allowed.


F. Bell Housing:

  1. Steel bell housing recommended, if stock MUST have scatter shield.


G. Drive Shaft:

                1. Must be steel & painted white. Must have drive shaft loop ¼” x 2”.


H. Rear End:
                1. Must be mounted in stock location and use stock components or sliders.
                2. 9” permitted. Lock rear end permitted. May run floater.

                3. Track bar optional. No J bar.

I. Wheels & Tires:

                1. 15” x 8” or 15” x 10” Wheels permitted.

                2. All wheels must have same offset.

                3. Hoosier F-45 Scuffs Only!!!! ($10 ea.)


J. Frames:

                1. Must be stock in all dimensions.

                2. 5” left front ground clearance.

                3. No tube frames. X bracing allowed.

                4. Frame may be notched for rear end clearance.

                5. Uni-body car can tie front & rear sub-frame together.

                6. Rear section can be 2” x 3” tubing.


K. Weight:

                1. 3200 lb. with driver. (1400 lb. right side) before race.

                2. 3” x 4” frame rail may be added to left or right side. Rail must not extend past rocker panel.

                3. Metric chassis 3125lb. (1350 lb. right side) before race.

                4. Lead must be painted white. Number must be on lead and mounted securely at tracks discretion.


L. Shocks:

                1. $100 claim rule. Must be presented in writing 10 minutes after the race to officials.

                2. LMSC shocks approved.

                3. Steel body only.

                4. No LMSC adjustable shocks permitted.

                5. No re-buildable shocks.


M. Sway Bar:

                1. Must be stock appearing adjustable and in stock location.

                2. No LMSC adjustable bars.

N. Spindle:

                1. Heavy duty spindle optional.

                2. Stock lower A arms.

                3. Tube upper A arms & mounts optional.

                4. Weight jacks optional.


O. Springs:

                1. Metric chassis have option to use leaf springs.

                2. May relocate shocks front or rear.

                3. No coil overs.


P. Brakes:

                2. Four wheel disc brakes optional.


Q. Fuel:

                1. Track fuel or pump fuel. May be checked at any time.


R. Air Cleaner:

                1. Minimum 12” maximum 17” in diameter permitted.

                2. No carburetor hats, ducts, or baffles etc.

                3. Air cleaner must not protrude through hood.

                4. No shield around air cleaner permitted.

                4. Bottom of air cleaner cannot be above choke horn.


S. Electrical System:

                1. Only factory OEM standard or electronic electric system.

                2. Battery must be installed in metal box with cover.

                3. 12 volt battery only.

                4. Stock type coil only.

                5. No MSD ignition box allowed.

                6. Must be approved by track officials.


T. Exhaust:

                1. Must extend past driver to outer edge of chassis.

                2. 1 5/8” header outside diameter.

                3. No stainless steel pipes.

                4. No cross over. No H or X pipe allowed. Y pipe is allowed.

 U. Engine:

                1. Any 5.7 steel rod.

                2. Stock type piston (2) or (4) eyebrow.

                3. 50lb crank minimum. No lightening, cutting, polishing, edging allowed.

                4. Stock stroke only.

                5. Roller rocker arm allowed. All must be same ratio.

                6. Straight plug head only no aftermarket dart or world product, etc.

                7. Double hump, vortex allowed.

                8. 62 c.c. Chevy, Ford, or Dodge.

                9. Valve size GM 1.94 intake. 1.500 exhaust.

                10. Ford/Chrysler 2.040 intake. 1.625 exhaust

                11. No modification & no angle cutting head.

                12. Guide plate & screw in studs permitted.

                13. Aftermarket valves same as factory shape & size single cut only.

                14. Single valve spring only flat damper inside allowed stock diameter.

                15. 0 deck height piston cannot be out of block.

                16. Max .060 overbore.

                17. GM 350cu, Ford 351cu, and Dodge 360cu.

                18. Stock standard production engine only stock location.

                19. OEM steel elastomer type harmonic balancer allowed.

                20. 602 or 603 crate motor allowed. 603: 350 carburetor; 602: 500 carburetor 

                21. Carb # 4412 or HP 500.

V. Camshaft and Valve Lifter:

                1. Only magnetic steel, stock flat tappet type camshaft allowed.

                2. No roller cams.

                3. Lifters must be standard production hydraulic size & steel.

                4. Hydraulic cam lift 450/480 Maximum lift at valve.

                5. Poly locks permitted.


W. Intakes:

                1. Current Edelbrock performer series intake only. No modifications.

                2. Chevy #2101 or #2716 or #2116

                3. Chrysler #2176

                4. Ford #2665 or #2750 or #2181


X. Carburetors:

                1. Air leaks must be sealed.

                2. Choke may be removed power valve & jet size may be changed.

                3. Only a 1 piece solid aluminum carburetor spacer ¾” allowed.

                4. Only 1 .065 gasket 2 hole.

                5. Spacer must be center on intake & have two hole with 1 ½” opening located in the center of the carburetor.

                6. No modifications. Must be box stock.               

                7. Holley 2300 two barrel #7448 only. 350 CFM all engines

                                7.1 #7448 part HP #0-80787-1

8. Holley 350 CM part #7448 on all built and 603 crate motors. Chevy 602 crate will run the 500 carburetor. 


A. Competing Models:

            1. Competition will be open to 1962 and later models of American or Foreign four-passenger sedans sold in the United States. No Cosworth Vegas. No mid-engine or all wheel drives.

B. Body:

            1. Stock OEM configuration stock front fenders, roof and rear panels will be considered   “stock”. 
            2. May fabricate stock appearing metal doors and trunk lid. 
            3. Aftermarket nose, tail and hood allowed. Metal, fiberglass or plastic. 
            4. May interchange body on chassis make and model. 
            5. Full aftermarket bodies allowed. Full aftermarket bodies interchanged chassis vs. make and model.
            6. No addition to total weight. 
            7. No open rear sections. Minimum rear bumper cover height is 18 inches. 
            8. No open wheel bodies.
            9. Bodies must be stock appearing. 
            10. Hood and deck lid must have positive magnetic steel type fasteners. 
            11. Inner body panels may be removed but must be safe and neat. 
            12. Headlight and taillight openings must be covered. 
            13. Engine CC must be posted on hood. (Refer to section PP for weight and CC rules.)

C. Roof Height:

            1. Aftermarket body must maintain a minimum of 44 inches in height when measured 10 inches back from the center of the windshield.

D. Spoilers:

            1. Rear spoiler must be a maximum of five (5) inches high and no wider than the rear deck lid.

E. Suspension:

            1. OEM factory suspension only for make and model of chassis being used. 
            2. Upper A-frames may be cut. 
            3. Adjuster cups or wedge bolts permitted.
            4. Lower control arms must be same length left and right. 
            5. All mounting points on the front lower unit must be in stock location. 
            6. OEM spindles must be used and not altered must be used and not altered except for     adding bracing. 
            7. Mono-Balls are permitted in the suspension. 
            8. Neoprene and solid bushings are allowed. 
            9. May use sliders, wedge bolts or extended shackles on leaf springs. 
            10. Rear control arms must be stock OEM type. 
            11. Stock-type coil over strut kits may be used on cars that came with spring over strut design.

F. Sway Bar and Steering:
            1. Any front anti-sway bar mechanism allowed. 
            2. No Late Model sway bars with arms. 
            3. No rear anti-sway bars. 
            4. Must use heim joints on sway bar linkages. 
            5. Must use OEM steering rack and/or linkages. 
            6. OEM Ford rack and pinion may be used on other makes. 
            7. May use heim joints where steering rod end meets spindle steering arm for bump-steer correction.

G. Firewall:

            1. Firewall required and must fully shield driver from the engine compartment. 
            2. Rear firewall may be stock or fabricated. No less than 24 gauge steel and must separate  driver from fuel cell.

H. Floor Pan:
            1. Factory floor pan must extend from the front firewall to the rear firewall. 
            2. May fabricate wheel wells and crush panels, but they must be metal if part of either firewall. 
            3. Floor pan may be patched. Can be no less than 24 gauge steel. 
            4. Floor pan may be minimally altered to accommodate exhaust systems extending thru the firewall. *Exhaust must be boxed in so that fumes                      cannot enter driver compartment. 
            5. Front and rear chassis may be connected with tubing that protrudes thru the floor pan. Tubing may replace rocker panels.

I. Chassis:

            1. All chassis to suspension control arm mounting points must be of OEM dimensions and relative heights, including front A-arms, rear upper and      lower trailing arms, steering rack and pan hard bar. 
            2. Uni-body design chassis may be tied together. 
            3. No under-slung rear chassis. 
            4. Original chassis rails must be in tack from front cross member mounting to center line of rear axle. 
            5. Aftermarket tubing clip extensions must mount cross-member, suspension parts and steering rack in OEM location and the majority of the front      clip. Rear chassis rails must be present to measure relative to. 
            6. Stock front cross member must be used. 
            7. Full tube chassis allowed with the option to add weight Speedway’s discretion.
            *Considerations will be made for wrecked/repaired cars at Speedway’s discretion. 

  J. Wheelbase/ Tread Width:
            1. Tread width must be the same on front and rear of car. Maximum of 64 inches. 
            2. Wheel offset must be the same on front and rear.
            3. 101 inch wheelbase length maximum. 

K. Ground Clearance: 
            1. Five (5) inches minimum clearance, with driver, checked at pinch-point or chassis.
            2. Ride height will be checked down length of left side of car between wheels. 
            3. Minimum nose valence height is four (4) inches.

L. Roll Cage: 
            1. Refer to NASCAR LMSC guidelines for minimum requirements.

M. Engine:

            1. OEM four-cylinder engines. 
            2. No three (3), four (4), five (5) valve or double overhead cam engines allowed. 
            3. No rotary engines.
            4. Cars may interchange with all gasoline engines and parts within same make under Speedway guidelines. (Dodge 2600cc engine is permitted.)

N. Block:
            1. No aftermarket blocks. 
            2. No o-ringing of block to hear allowed. 
            3. Must use head gasket.
            4. Cylinder walls may be sleeved for repair. 
            5. No excessive machining to fit parts from other models. 
            6. All parts within the block must be of the same make.

O. Rods:
            1. Any magnetic steel aftermarket rod permitted. 
            2. No hollow rods.
            3. Maximum rod length for Ford is 5.7. 
            4. Toyota engines only may use H-beam style rods.

P. Crankshaft:

            1. Stock OEM crankshafts only. 
            2. No aftermarket crankshafts. 
            3. Crankshafts may be polished between No. 5 main and No. 4 rod journal only for viewing of possible cracks. Not for lightening!
            4. Lightening only permitted to balance and by means of drilling. No grinding!
            5. OEM stock stroke crankshafts. 0.015 variation from stock. 
            6. May use later model 2.3 liter Ford crankshafts in earlier model 2.3 blocks. No excessive machining to fit crankshaft to block. 
            7. Crankshafts must match their relative bore size.

Q. Camshafts
            1. Any single camshaft permitted. 
            2. Any lifter solid or hydraulic permitted. 
            3. Aftermarket or high performance cam pulleys permitted. 
            4. Stock ratio roller rocker arms permitted on GM engines only.

R. Heads:
            1. Only manufacturer stock production heads with bolt to engine block being used. No excessive machining to fit head to block.             
            2. No aftermarket cylinder heads permitted. 
            3. No Esslinger aluminum stock-type production heads permitted. 
            4. Heads do not have to match the block, but all parts must be from the same make. 
            5. No porting and polishing to head whatsoever. 
            6. No blending of valve job with rotor tool to head casting. 
            7. Bowl cuts will be in accordance with LMSC guidelines with no blending to port. 
            8. Multi-angle valve job will be permitted.

S. Valves: 
            1. Stainless steel valves permitted. 
            2. Neck-down valves permitted. 
            3. Ford millimeter stern size valves permitted. 
            4. Swirl polished valves permitted. 
            5. Valve head diameter must match cylinder head being used. No oversized valves. 
            6. Valves will be 1.75 or 1.5. Oversized valves add 100 lbs. to minimum weight. 
            7. Listed right side minimum weight remains at 1035 or 45%, whichever is greater. 
            (Total weight 2400 lbs.)

T. Valve Springs:
            1. Any valve spring allowed. 
            2. Flat spring dampers allowed stock diameter.

U. Carburetor Spacer, Gaskets, Intake Carburetors:
            1. 350 CFM two-barrel Holly carburetors. 
            *Checked by LMSC guidelines.

V. Spacer:
            1. A one piece or two (2) inch aluminum carburetor spacer(s) with maximum of two (2) in thickness may be installed between intake manifold and carburetor. 
            2. Any hole design and blending in spacer allowed. No more than two (2) inches.

W. Intakes: 
            1. Stock and aftermarket intakes allowed. 
            2. May machine port and polish stock intakes. 
            3. Aftermarket intakes must remain as from manufacturer. Only machining to accept carburetor and spacer is allowed. Any gasket.

X. Air Cleaner:
            1. Any round pleated paper air cleaner. No hats, ducts, o-baffles. 
            2. Must not protrude thru hood. 
            3. No opening in hood or cowl. 
            4. Hood must seal to fenders and cowl.
            5. Bottom of air cleaner cannot be above choke horn.

Y. Engine/Electrical Systems (General):
            1. Cars may have MSD ignition. MSD must be mounted on the right side of the dash with the chip side to the inside or top of the car. 
            *If no full dash, still mount MSD in specified location.  
Z. Battery: 
            1. Must be 12 volt battery. 
            2. Battery must be installed in an enclosed metal box complete with cover, located behind 
            the drivers seat. 
            2.1. Battery box must be mounted inside the frame rails and cannot extend below the bottom of the frame rails. 
            *Battery box must be acceptable to Speedway officials.

AA. Engine Cooling System (General):
            1. Any water pump that is belt driven from crankshaft is permitted. 
            2. Stock production radiators or cheap aluminum racing radiator. 
            3. All radiator overflow hoses must exit to the right side of the windshield. Hose cannot   point towards ground. 
            4. Toyota may reroute water line to intake. 
            5. Stock type or electric fans are permitted. Stock type must have fan shroud over top of   the fan.
            6. Aftermarket pulleys permitted.

BB. Engine Lubrication:
            1. Must use stock lubrication system for block being used. 
            2. OEM or aftermarket oil pans permitted. 
            3. No cranks, scrapers, wipers. 
            4. Windage trays permitted. 
            5. No dry sump systems.

CC. Engine Exhaust System:
            1. Any stock or aftermarket exhaust permitted. 
            2. Must have pipe which exits side of car. 
            3. Header tape is only allowed to keep driver from getting burnt. Not allowed in engine compartment.  
            4. Crankcase to exhaust evacuation system permitted. 
            *Exhaust exiting thru firewall must be at Speedway’s discretion.

DD. Drive Train / Clutch Assembly: 
            1. Stock type clutch disc and pressure plate only. Minimum of 8.5 inch diameter disc. 
            2. Aftermarket discs allowed. Must be of OEM pressure plate and match block being used.

EE. Clutch Assembly:
            1. Flywheel, clutch and pressure plate must weigh a combined weight of 19 pounds.

FF. Flywheel:
            1. Aftermarket aluminum flywheels permitted. Must be stock diameter for block being used. 
            2. Flywheel must weigh at least eight (8) pounds. 

GG. Bell Housing:
            1. Blow proof bell housing recommended. 
            2. If stock bell housing is used, a scatter shield of belt material must be installed to floor pan.

HH. Transmission:
            1. Must use standard OEM three (3), four (4) or five (5) speed manual transmission with all gears in working order. No automatics.

II. Drive Shaft:
            1. Only stock drive shaft permitted. Must be painted white. 
            2. Two (2) 360 degree drive shaft loop, of ¼ inch thickness and two (2) inches wide of solid steel required. Must be located six (6) to 12 inches from each universal      joint. 
            3. No aluminum driveshaft.

JJ. Rear Axle: 
            1. Rear axle must be stock, standard production assembly. May interchange makes and models. 
            2. Must use stock mounts for chassis begin used. Rear end must be in stock position. 
            3. Any differential allowed. 
            4. No quick-change allowed. 
            5. Non-adjustable pan bars allowed.
            6. Must mount in stock location with stock brackets and bushings. Must be mounted with the horizontal center line of the axle housing. 
            7. Panhard bars allowed. 
            8. No independent rear axle assemblies allowed. 
            9. Zero (0) degree camber with rear axle level. No cambered rear ends!

KK. Brakes:
            1. Double master cylinder arrangements allowed. Must be stock OEM parts. 
            2. Any flow control valve must be out of reach of driver.

LL. Wheels:
            1. Eight (8) inch maximum width permitted. 
            2. Wheel offset must be same front and rear. 
            3. 13 inch wheels.

MM. Tires:
            1. Hoosier F60. 
            2. No bleeders permitted. 
            3. Car must run same tires for four races.

NN. Fuel System:

            1. Track fuel required. 
            2. Minimum fuel cell capacity is eight (8) gallons. 
            3. All fuel cells must meet the standard safety requirements. 
            4. Electric fuel pumps permitted when used with a mercury switch connected to the oil pressure switch. 
            5. Fuel compartment must be mounted in the engine compartment. Fuel pumps not allowed in trunk. 
            *The use of additives will result in penalties.

OO. Shocks:
            1. Steel body racing shock only.  
            2. One shock per wheel. 
            3. Afco Pro Shocks: 74, 75, 76, 77, 94, 95, 96, 97. Must have Kingsport stamp.

PP. Overall Car Height:
            1. All cars must weigh one (1) pound per CC. 
            2. Minimum weight is 2300 pounds for any car. 
            3. Minumum right side weight is 45% or 1035 lbs., whichever is greater. 




This class is intended to be an entry level racing class. Any component not listed in these rules must be completely stock. Any and ALL modifications must be approved by track officials. Rules, including, but not limited, to weight, may be amended at any time during the season, in the interest of fair competition.

-Radios may be used. 

-Minimum age will be 14.

-Rookie Pure 4 drivers must register with Speedway. Any driver who is past champion or 3 time winner will not be eligible for Rookie status.

-Any Rookie Pure 4 driver who wins 4 races during this season will not be permitted to race Rookie next season. No promotion will be required during the current season to permit you to race for Championship.

-All Pure 4 drivers and crew members must purchase a pit pass.

-Rookie Pure 4 drivers will be admitted FREE.

-All Pure 4 and Rookie Pure 4 drivers must purchase a NASCAR license.

-The top 10 cars in qualifying will be subject to inversion by pill draw or roll of dice each week. Previous week winner will start 11th.


A. Competing Models:

                1. 1972 to present 4cylinder passenger cars (sedan type) or trucks. Must have been manufactured with front and rear seats. NO 2 seaters cars permitted.

                2. NO mid-engine, rotary engine, or turbos allowed.

                3. NO 4 wheel drives.

                4. NO 4 wheel steering permitted. NO rear steering.

                5. Automatic or manual transmissions permitted.

B. Weight:

                1. 21 lbs. per horsepower.  Minimum weight will be 2300 lbs. Maximum weight 3300 lbs.

                2. Right side weight must be 45% of total.

                3. Horsepower and weight must be on windshield in 3" letters. Provide proof of claimed horsepower.

                4. Track officials ruling on all horsepower ratings will be the official and final decision!!!

                5. All added weight must be securely fastened to car with at least 2 1/2"grade 8 bolts. All weight must be painted white with car number on weight. Any car or truck losing weight will be subject to fine or penalty.

135 HP Honda DOHC engines will need to weigh 2600 lbs. for this weekend (May 16 & 17). Performance will be evaluated after this weekend.  


C. Engines & Transmissions:

                1. ONLY stock 4 cylinder engines permitted. Must remain stock make for car or truck.

                2. Transmission must be stock for vehicle. MUST run stock clutch.

                3. NO high performance parts permitted.

                4. Aftermarket Air Cleaner will be permitted.

                5. Engine block and cylinder head must match as manufactured.

                6. NO porting or cutting of any type on any engine parts 

                7. Boring of engine block will be permitted


D. Fuel System:

                1. Fuel injection or Carburetor permitted. Must be as manufactured. NO

                2. High performance carburetors or injectors permitted. Carburetor must be stock for vehicle with NO modifications.

                3. Fuel injected engines must have fuel pump safety cut off switch.

                4. No turbos permitted.


E. Exhaust Systems:

                1. No aftermarket headers. Only header permitted MUST be stock for car

                2. No performance enhancing exhaust permitted

                3. Exhaust pipe must remain stock size and must exit behind driver


F. Bodies:

                1. Body must remain stock.

                2. May use aftermarket nose. Must be similar in appearance to stock parts.

                3. All glass must be removed.

                4. All exterior lights must be removed with exception of 3rd brake light (optional)

                5. Full Lexan windshield required.

                6. Stock or fabricated dash permitted

                7. Rear spoiler max. 5" no wider than deck lid

                8. Inner fenders may be removed.

                9. Fenders may not be cut for tire clearance

                10. Firewalls and trunk area must remain stock

                11. Aftermarket hood permitted: Must be securely fastened

                12. Inner doors, hood and trunk lid may be cut out

G. Safety:

                1. Roll cage

                2. Minimum 4 point cage constructed of 1 3/4" .095 tubing.

                3. Two (2) Down bars from top of cage through rear firewall to rear of car.

                4. Four (4) door bars required on left side with door plate of minimum 1/16" thick steel

                5. Right side must have at least three(3) door bars or an X

                6. Any car with 1 1/2" roll cage MUST have 1/8" door plate and PETTY BAR

                7. Two (2) Support bars may extend through front firewall and NO farther forward than upper strut mounts

                8. Approved racing seat REQUIRED, properly mounted to seat frame. No seat attached to floor pan

                9. Five (5) point racing harness REQUIRED. Must be within 3 years of Manufacture date

                10. Working fire extinguisher REQUIRED

                11. Fuel cell may be used-Must be securely mounted centered in trunk area

                12. NO fuel line in driver’s compartment

                13. Quick release steering wheel coupler REQUIRED

                14. Window net REQUIRED. Must release at top

H. Suspension:

                1. Stock suspension ONLY

                2. Springs may be cut or heated

                3. Spring rubbers will be permitted. Maximum 2 per spring

                4. Ride height will be 4" minimum measured at lowest point on each side of car

                5. Wheelbase must be stock for car and must match side to side. 1/2" difference allowed

                6. NO locked differentials allowed

                7. NO posi-traction differentials allowed

                8. There will be NO camber rule


I. Tires:

                1. LEGEND APPROVED tires or 380 tread wear rated tires ONLY. All 4 tires must be same size 60 series

                2. Wheels may be stock or 7" racing wheel. ALL 4 must be same offset


J. Electrical:

                1. Battery must be enclosed in sealed box securely mounted to floor pan

                2. Computer MUST not be altered or modified in any way





Iron Warrior:

1. V6 only. No turbo or super charges.

2. Front-wheel drive only.

3. Remove all glass except windshield. Lexan is recommended

4. Racing seats are required.

5. Four (4) point roll bars.

6. Three (3) bars in driver’s door.

7. X-bar in right-side door.

8. Tires: Goodyear.
*Everything else must remain stock!

Pure Street:

1. All cars must be full-size or mid-size. No compacts.

2. Must have original motor for make and model.

3. All glass must be removed except windshield. Lexan is recommended

4. All cars must have a four-point cage with a door bar.

5. All doors must be welded or pinned shut. All deck lids must have a lock. Seat belts and a window net are required.

6. A racing seat is required.

7. One spring rubber per wheel is permitted.

8. No turbo chargers or super charges allowed.

9. All carburetors and intakes must be stock. No aftermarket intake or carburetors.

10. Spring may be cut or heated.

11. Shocks must be in stock location.

12. Weight: 3400 lbs.

13. Tires: Goodyear.
*Everything else must remain stock!