General Safety Rules 

  • Window nets- Full window nets. If doors are removed, full enclosed door nets which are easily removable. A steel structure must secure the nets. No bungee cords. (17)
  • Latches for window nets – A quick release or seat belt latch located on top, inside corner of truck.
  • Brakes- All vehicles must have enough brakes to hold under strain or stop test for standard vehicles, at the discretion of the safety officer.
  • Scatter shields – Blanket or steel bell housing or flex plate shield is mandatory for all Prostock and Modified vehicles. Other classes optional but recommended. Must cover bell-housing area and be SFI approved (outdated is OK), not homemade.
  • Windshields –   Full factory OEM windshields and OEM steel firewall is recommended, if not present, then the driver and navigator must wear DOT full faced helmets with visor down or a full faced fire retardant balaclava and goggles and a 3-2A/1 rated fire suit (SFI approved). (17)
  • Firewalls – A metal firewall is mandatory.
  • Fire Extinguishers- must be present in each vehicle and within reach of driver and navigator. Must be fully charged with a gauge and easily detachable (No duct tape).
  • Helmets & Neck braces – Full face helmets and SFI neck braces are mandatory for all classes. Each participant must have their own at the start line or they will not be able to run. No open faced helmets allowed.(16)
  • Seat belts or harnesses must be worn – Minimum of 4 – point harness is mandatory in all WORR points trucks, unless a class states otherwise. (17)
  • Roll bars – All points trucks must have a minimum 4 point cage (including a halo over driver/navigator, two front down bars and a rear hoop with an X behind driver/navigator) tied to the frame. Acceptable thickness .120 wall DOM tubing or .1875 wall schedule 40 with a minimum size of 1 ½ ID. (17)
  • Fuel cells – Aftermarket fuel cells / systems should be roll over secure (no ratchet straps) and properly vented at the discretion of Safety/Tech guys.
  • Batteries – must be roll over secure (no ratchet straps).
  • Tailgates & Lift gates are not required, applies to all classes. (17)
  • Tow hooks- all classes are required to have tow hooks/loops, front and rear.
  • All fiber glass caps can be removed for safety.
  • Transmissions must have a covering.
  • Roof covered in – All vehicles are to have the roof covered in solid metal (min. 18 gauge).(16)
  • Modifications to any vehicle to accommodate safety issues are allowed. Ex: fuel cells.
  • Flat tires- You may finish a course on a flat tire without being disqualified
  • Roll overs – If a vehicle should roll over, it must be re-teched before running again. Should the vehicle land back on its wheels and can be started again (within 10 seconds), you may continue your run and vehicle will be re-teched before next run.(16)
  • Drive shaft loops – All points trucks in all classes must have 1 loop towards the front per drive shaft. No chains. Must be made of steel construction. (17)
  • No spectators allowed on the track.
  • Disconnect switch- Mounted within reach of driver/navigator on all points trucks above Superstock. (17)
  • Fuel Injection/ Spacer Plates- No spacer plates for fuel injection engines only. Maximum 1” spacer plate for carbureted engines only. (17)
  • Newcomers One Time Only- Must have a full factory steel constructed body 6 pillar or roll bar to the frame, to the discretion of the tech. This will be for 1 event only. All other rules will stand. (17)
  • Diesels – will only be permitted to run in the Superstock class
  • Photographers/Videographers – Designated ones are the only ones to be allowed on the track at all times. Waiver must be signed and safety vests must be worn.(17)
 
 

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