Outlaw4 Rules

This division was created for the cars that aren’t stock enough to fit in the Stock4 division but aren’t fast enough to compete in the Mini Stock division. Born from that necessity, the Outlaw4 division is the perfect fit for drivers who’ve outgrown the Rookie4 or Stock4 division and want a little more speed without breaking the bank to compete.

The Outlaw4 division is much like the Stock4 class but with aftermarket parts allowed and instead of stock wheels and DOT tires, these Front Wheel Drive cars will be dicing it up on racing wheels and tires and giving a lot more speed sensation. This division allows for some ingenuity when building a car and gives the teams a lot of free reign to make their cars faster.

Car Preparation:
1980 or later American or Import Compact Front Wheel Drive or Compact Rear Wheel Drive cars only. No All-Wheel Drive cars allowed. 4-cylinders ONLY.

No Turbo or Super Chargers or similar allowed. Naturally aspirated engines ONLY.

Cars must have stock frame, stock firewall, and stock floor pans, complete and unmodified. All openings in the floor and firewalls must be covered.

The wheelbase must be between 90-107 inches.

Toe plates outside of tires and 75” Max width.

Base Weight – 2250 pounds
DOHC – 2350 pounds
Honda K Engines – 2450 pounds

Front Wheel Drive Weight Percentages:
58% Left Side Maximum
57% Front Minimum and 63% Front Maximum

Rear Wheel Drive Weight Percentages:
58% Left Side Maximum
50% Front Minimum and 53% Front Maximum

Tech reserves the right to adjust weights and % rules at any time to equal competition.

All lead weight must be properly secured to the car. Loss of lead weight will constitute a disqualification and potential suspension from racing. All lead weights must be painted white and have the car number and division written or a decal on the weight.

Minimum 4-point roll cage required. Full roll cage allowed.

Fuel Cells Allowed. 15-gallon maximum and must be installed by NASCAR guidelines.

Fuel is restricted to pump gasoline or racing gasoline. NO additives allowed.

Minimum Ride Height 3″. NO engine or drivetrain component lower than 3” above the ground is allowed (exhaust is an exception). NO body panel, skirting, or bumper cover lower than 3” above the ground is allowed at any point.

Cold air intake allowed.

Computer tuning is allowed.

Any camber allowed front and rear.

Factory windshields, Lexan, or dirt bracing/wire allowed.

Rear deck spoilers are allowed. Maximum spoilers size is 5” tall and 60” wide.

All safety requirements are mandatory. Fire extinguisher, seatbelt, racing seat, helmet, suit, gloves, and window net.

Racing wheels are allowed. All four wheels must be the same size, style and offset. Offset on racing wheels must be 3 inches or higher. Maximum wheel width 7″. Stock wheel NOT allowed on Right Front, must be Steel Racing Safety Wheel.

DOT Tires are allowed. Racing tires are preferred. Any 7″ racing tires are allowed but must be treaded or grooved from the factory. No SuperTD’s allowed. Hoosier 790, 800, and Sportsman’s are preferred. No mixing and matching of tires allowed. Tires must be the same on all four corners.

All rules and tech questions should be directed to Langley Austin. 276.613.4208 or [email protected]

Division Procedures

Starting Lineup:
The starting lineup for this division will be staged via a handicapping system starting with race number two (The first race will be started via the practice or qualifying times). Drivers will be rated based on their speed and points position. The lineup will be reversed based on a driver’s rating with the faster cars starting in the back and slower cars in the front.

Any new drivers will be rated based on practice/qualifying speeds and observations by the promoter, tech man or race director. Sandbagging from practice/qualifying will result in immediate disqualification from the event.

Any driver disqualified from an event for any reason will be started at the rear of the next race that they compete in.

Transponders must be mounted at or behind the rear axle, under the car, using a proper mounting bracket or pouch. Any driver that loses or damages a transponder will be responsible for the full cost of a new replacement. You will not be paid any monies for the event until your transponder has been turned in and verified.

Failure to turn in your transponder when asked by an official will result in a $100 fine and you will be required to pay a $200 deposit every time you rent a transponder going forward.

Tech Procedures:
1 – Tires, Wheels and Weight will be checked every race.

2 – 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.

3 – 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 checked on all the top three finishers cars. Item must be available for visual inspection to be selected by a competitor.

4 – The race track may inspect any part at any time during an event prior to or after the race.

5 – Refusal to allow inspection is an automatic disqualification and will result in an additional one-race suspension.