This division was created to keep cars stock and create an affordable way for people to go racing from the stands to the track.
Front-wheel drive or Rear-wheel drive cars and trucks Allowed.
Stock 4 cylinder only max factory rated HP 150 +/-. No turbo or supercharger. A/C system components may be removed.
Stock air intake/cleaner systems with regular filter only.
Stock exhaust manifold only. May use straight pipe exhaust the same size from the manifold to the end. Must exit out from vehicle past driver.
The suspension must be stock with no modifications at all. The Max camber on the front is 4 degrees positive/negative. Will be checked with a camber gauge. There is ZERO tolerance allowed on camber at the time of technical inspection.
REAR must be zero toe and camber. NO rear steer.
Aftermarket upper control arms and rear adjusters allowed to achieve camber.
No more than 1/4″ difference from left to right on wheelbase. Zero Tolerance above 1/4″.
Safety Hubs allowed on GM cars to ensure safety.
Shock and Springs must be stock for make and model and placement.
Stock wheels only for make and model. All must be the same size and offset.
DOT Tread wear 400 and higher. Lowest Aspect ratio of 60. All must be same size.
The body must be stock with all lights and trim and outside mirrors removed. All windows must be removed except the windshield. May use Lexan. Windshield braces are required. All interior items that are plastic and flammable must be removed. May skin doors for the roll cage.
All Body Parts Must Be on the car at all times. Any body part not on your car, you will need to add 100 pounds of lead weight in its place. Mounted and secured as close to where the missing body part was originally located as possible. This includes the trunk or hatch to your car. The part must be attached in its original shape and size. (The only exclusions to this rule, will be parts unattachable after a wreck during a race night.)
Roll cage – Minimum 4-point with three door bars on the driver’s side and 2 on right side. See roll cage components website for circle track start kit for the style of cage required. If you need help with getting a cage installed call Langley Austin at 276.613.4208 and he will point you to someone who can help.
Safety – A stock bucket seat may be braced and a stock three-point belt system used for a limited time only. If you plan to race regularly you need to install an Aluminum Race seat and Five-point harness. Window net must be mounted solid on bottom and latch release on top. Fire extinguisher with metal mounting bracket a must. Helmet, driving suit and gloves are Mandatory.
Anything related to safety is likely allowed. Anything not discussed in these rules should be addressed with the tech man prior to doing it.
ANYTHING NOT COVERED MUST BE STOCK FOR MAKE AND MODEL.
SPEED MAXIMUM – All cars must run lap times of 17.700 or slower to compete in this division. Any car that runs a lap time faster than 17.700 will be required to add 50 pounds to the right side of the car for each tenth of a second faster you run. Weight must be added as far to the right and front as possible within the cockpit. You are not allowed to counterweight on the left side.
Any race day you run a lap time faster than 17.700, you will be required to start at the rear of the field after adding weight to your car to be eligible to race. Plan to bring weight with you if you think you’re going to be close on speed. No legal car should run faster than a 17.700 and we’re going to work to keep it that way.
Drivers/Cars with Added Weight as of 9/12/22:
Pontiac Sunfire – Wes Givens – 100 pounds
Chevrolet Cavalier – Chris Meeks – 50 pounds
Acura Integra – Chris Meeks – 50 pounds
Chevrolet Cavalier – Darrell Chrisley – 100 pounds
Honda Civic – Austin Guilliams – 200 pounds (125 cage/75 lead)
Again…… This division was created to be an affordable, entry-level way to enter stock car racing. Keeping the cars completely stock is the priority and the division will be teched to ensure that. Changes not listed in the rules are not allowed.
- Three items may be teched every week without question. Tires/Wheels, Camber and Header.
- The inspector may opt to check any other item and will likely pick at least two items per race in addition to the three above to check.
- Open tech for the top 3 finishers. Any top 3 finisher can inspect the other top 3 cars with the assistance of the tech man or ask the inspector to check a specific item. One item per week may be selected by a competitor to be check on all the top three finishers cars. Item must be available for visual inspection to be selected by a competitor.
- The race track may inspect any part at any time during an event prior to or after the race.
- The first offense of cheating will result in a disqualification and loss of purse and points for the event.
- The second offense of cheating will result in a disqualification and loss of purse and points from the event and a subsequent suspension from the next Stock4 event.
- The third offense of cheating will result in a disqualification and loss of purse and points from the event as well as a 60-day ban from competing in this class.
- The fourth offense of cheating will result in a disqualification and loss of purse and points for the event as well as a one-year ban from competing in this class.
Cheating bans are only for the division caught cheating in. A driver may move to another division once banned from competing in one division.
- A protest must be submitted in writing, specifically outlining what parts are being protested and must be accompanied by cash for the protest amount. This must be done within 10 minutes of the checkered flag.
- Protest must be submitted to the lead technical inspector for the night for your division.
- Car being protested will be asked to accept or deny the protest at the time in which the inspector accepts the protest.
- If the car being protested has been penalized for the part in question already during pre-race inspection, the protest will be disregarded. That penalty has to be written and taped on to the car prior to the race by the tech man on the right of the windshield.
- Protests will not be accepted on championship night as to not allow a competitor the chance to alter the outcome of a championship on the final night of points racing.
- Protest of the entire car is $900. $200 of the protest goes to the track, $700 to the winner of the protest.
- Protest of the bottom end of the engine is $500. $100 to the track, $400 to the winner of the protest.
- Protest of the engine heads, EFI system, intake, spacer, bore and stroke is $300. $100 to the track and $200 to the winner of the protest.
- Protest of the bore and stroke is $150. $50 to the track, $100 to the winner of the protest. If this protest is submitted, the head comes off but the team protesting is not allowed to look at anything dealing with the head.
- Any other part being protested will have a fee attached at the time of protest by the technical inspector and the promoter.
If anyone has any questions or concerns please contact Langley Austin at 276.613.4208 or email email@example.com