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Jan 21, 2014 - Rules and Points Updates
Here are the rules updates provided:
Tire: run the tires you qualify on all night.
No safety laps.
All 4 brakes must be functional.
Fuel injected car must weigh 2800lbs with 58% left side weight.
Grand American Modified
Alluminum heads: add 25lbs to both sides of engine in front of the
motor plate the car must weigh 2550lbs.
Splined sway bar add 25lbs in front of the radiator the car must weigh 2525lbs.
If you run both the car must weigh 2575lbs.
Lexan rear quarter windows only no door windows.
Tube steering rods and heim joints are allowed.
Transmission, OEM 3 or 4 speed manual transmission all working gears forward and reverse must work stock weight 11"clutch and fly wheel, weight allowed 3350lbs with 56%left side weight.
automatic transmission car must weigh 3500lbs with 56% left side weight.
Body, patch panel can only be 144 square inches 12"x12".
Frame, must be stock no modifications.
Bumper, must be OEM type steel bumpers no covers
Cam, .500 lift at lobe.
Car weight must be 1 pound per CC.
Anyone can race in the Hornet class as long as they follow the rules.
Click Here for the updated Points calculation table:
On January 23-24, 2015:
I-25 Speedway representatives will be at the 27th Annual Colorado Oval Track and High Performance Trade Show and Swap Meet!!
You can register for the 2015 racing season (which will save you $50 if you register before April 1st), you can pick up our new 2015 racing schedule, and ask any of the representatives any and all questions you may have about the upcoming racing season.
The trade show is being held at the Boulder County Fair Grounds in Longmont, Colorado, inside the main exhibit building.
We hope to see you there!
Jan, 1 2015
The rules package put forth at the beginning of the 2014 season is valid for three years, 2014-2016. This was done at the majority of the racers requests to have a rule package that doesn’t vary, so that you don’t have to alter your cars and spend valued resources to be legal.
In addition, track management has listened to the majority of racers who desire more clarification of the current rules. So, that’s what we are doing by giving the racers the “more clarification” that they have asked for.
The most notable things you are going to see in the clarified 2015 Rules are:
-Structure and uniformity to the written rules from class to class, which makes the rule book easier to follow for racers and officials.
-Deletion of redundant rules.
-Deletion and clarification of contradicting rules.
-Rules that may encourage non-local racers to race with us and further our car-count going forward.
Therefore, build your cars or repair your cars based on the current 3-year rules that you requested. If the rules say you were allowed to do XYZ in 2014 but NOT in 2015, that still applies to the written rules.
As you can see, we are listening to you, the racers, in balancing your requests. We look forward to a great 2015 racing season.
I-25 Speedway staff
The SLM 100 payout is as follows
|1||$ 2,500.00||11||$ 300.00|
|2||$ 2,000.00||12||$ 200.00|
|3||$ 1,500.00||13||$ 100.00|
|4||$ 1,000.00||14||$ 100.00|
|5||$ 900.00||15||$ 100.00|
|6||$ 800.00||16||$ 100.00|
|7||$ 700.00||17||$ 75.00|
|8||$ 600.00||18||$ 75.00|
|9||$ 500.00||19||$ 75.00|
|10||$ 400.00||20||$ 75.00|
The Sportsman 50 lapper All cars must run 8" tires.Visiting cars may either run the I-25 Speedway track tire with no weight penalty. Or you can run your tracks 8" tires but you must carry an additional 100 lbs per rules and meet 56% max left side weight.
The Sportsman 50 payout is as follows
Purse will be altered to accommodate more than 10 cars