All Participants in this class must 18 years and older.
1.0 THE CAR
A: Open to any body style; NO Trucks
B: Open to Front or Rear Wheel Drive vehicles; All Wheel drive bottom cars NOT ALLOWED.
C: Open to any size stock OEM engine. No Turbo or supercharged engines. Automatic or Manual Transmission okay.
2.0 MINIMUM ROLLOVER PROTECTION – BOTTOM CAR
Three 4” posts with a minimum 12”x 12” plate top and bottom of each
h post. One post behind the driver, the second post behind where the passenger seat was, the third post in the passenger foot area. The two rear posts must be attached by a minimum .100 2”cross bar like a big “H”. Posts can be round or square with a minimum .100 wall thickness.
3.0 CONNECTING THE TWO CARS
The two cars must be attached in a minimum of 3 places. They can be a combination of 12” x 12” plates bolted through the roof of the bottom car and the floor of the top car. Welding the floor to the roof is also recommended in combination with the plates. The plates on the top car’s floor should be bolted to the bottom car’s rollover protection.
Four stabilizers must also be attached, one on each corner of the top car down to the bottom car. These should be mounted on the lower windshield posts and rear window posts, using 2” square, round, or angle iron.
4.0 MINIMUM ROLLOVER PROTECTION – TOP CAR
Minimum of two 4” posts, one behind the driver and one behind the passenger seat area. The second post must be attached by a minimum 2” cross bar like a big “H”. Posts must be bolted or welded to the roof and the floor. All rollover posts must have a 12” x 12” plate top and bottom like a big “I”.
5.0 DOOR BARS
Two door bars that extend across the driver’s door are required. It must overlap the
front fender and rear quarter/rear door a minimum of 6”. The bottom door bar
centerline should be between 16” and 18” off the ground. These door bars must be a
minimum of 4” 3/16” channel steel or 2” x 3” by 1/8” wall thickness rectangular steel
tubing. Must be welded in place. Door bars must be beveled on each end to eliminate
jagged edges. A single door bar is recommended on the top car.
6.0 GENERAL STUFF
• All metal panels must be left intact. Hood and trunk hinge must be left intact.
Heater cores, fans, a/c, must remain in place. Battery must remain in its original position.
• The top car may have the engine, transmission, suspension, etc. removed.
• Doors must be welded shut.
• Outside trim, moldings, headlights, taillights must be removed.
• Bottom must be bone stock. No performance modifications.
• The top car is responsible for steering ONLY. The bottom car is responsible for the throttle and brakes. TIP: pick a bottom car you can get easy steering access.
• When repairing cars, only stock replacement parts may be used.
• Hood and trunk must be pinned in two locations.
• 5 point racing harness mandatory.
• Window nets required in both top and bottom cars.
• All glass MUST be removed. A window screen must on installed on the bottom car in place of the front windshield..
The steering shaft can e directly connected to the bottom car’s rack and pinion system.
The steering mechanism must incorporate a minimum ¾ tubing or bar. Universal joints and steering shaft should be supported by rod ends. A quick release steering wheel is recommended on the top car. The steering shaft can also be connected to the bottom car’s steering column. You have to remove part of the dash to connect the steering shaft to the column.
All cars expected to have clean, straight bodies (best you can). Cars should be freshly painted if needed. Vinyl cut lettering is preferred. The cars should have a number, 18” tall, on the rear fender on both sides of the bottom car. All cars MUST have a name. Be CREATIVE. The car name should appear on the vehicle in a legible manner.
PURSE: 1st $500, 2nd $300, 3rd $200