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Friday, May 13

 

CLASSES

Outlaw Super Quick, Open Comp, Meadow Gold High School Drags, bracket gambler, NHRA Pure Stock Street Challenge, American Heroes Street Challenge

 

RACE SCHEDULE

4 p.m. -- Gates open.

5 p.m. -- Tech inspection.

5:45 p.m. ¿ First Jr. Dragster test run, license runs and Pro and Alcohol test runs.

6 p.m. -- Open testing begins (concludes at midnight).

7:30 p.m. ¿ Second Jr. Dragster test run.

8 p.m. ¿ First Outlaw Super Quick and Open Comp qualifying session.

8:45 p.m. ¿ Final Jr. Dragster test run.

8:55 p.m. ¿ Second License, Pro and Alcohol test run.

9 p.m. ¿ Final Outlaw Super Quick and Open Comp qualifying session.

10 p.m. ¿ First round of eliminations for all classes.

10:45 p.m. ¿ Final license, Pro and Alcohol test run.

Midnight -- Conclude Test ¿n¿ Tune and all final-round eliminations.

 

SPECTATOR ADMISSION

Adults -- $10

Children 6-12 -- $5

Children 5 and under -- Free

 

STAGING LANE ASSIGNMENTS

Lanes 1, 2, 3, 4 -- All .5 full-tree classes (test, High School, Street, American Heroes).

Lanes 5, 6, 7, 8 -- All .4 pro tree classes (test, Open Comp, Super Quick)

Lanes 9, 10 -- Jr Dragsters, license, Alcohol, Pro.

 

ELIMINATION LANE ASSIGNMENTS

Lane 1 -- High School.

Lane 2 -- American Heroes.

Lanes 3, 4 -- Bracket Gambler ($10 to enter).

Lanes 5, 6 -- Super Quick.

Lanes 7, 8 -- Open Comp.                  

 

NHRA PURE STOCK STREET SHOWDOWN

Non-points program. This class is simply for fun and provides street legal cars with an organized racing event.

Open to street driven vehicles. Must display valid license plates (or temporary permits) and have proof of registration and valid insurance.

No trailers permitted.  All cars must be driven to the track utilizing street tires or DOT drag radials.

Driver must have a valid unrestricted state or government-issued driver¿s license with no underage driving restrictions.

Drivers in all 13.99-sec. or quicker cars must wear a helmet. (See NHRA Pure Stock rulebook for additional info).

Drivers are eligible to participate in time trials throughout the evening.

All categories will be contested on a .5 full Tree as an E.T. bracket.

Class winner will receive $100, trophy and additional prizes.

 

OUTLAW SUPER QUICK SHOOTOUT

Will be contested as a five-race point series. Best four finishes count toward championship.

Additional entry fee of $100 will be charged to all Super Quick participants with 100% payback to the event purse. Purse will be split among winner, runner-up and semi-finalists.

Race will be contested as a .4 pro tree event for all cars qualifying between 6.00¿10.07 sec.

Two qualifying sessions will be contested to determine eligibility for class. Any driver not running the class minimum E.T. of 10.07 will be placed in the Open Comp category. Top qualifier will receive the provisional first-round bye.

Random first-round pairings. Field will be laddered following the first round of eliminations based on closest to dial.

Qualifying runs will be made at 8 p.m. and 9 p.m.  Eliminations will begin at 10 p.m.

 

OPEN COMP

Non-points program. This class is simply for fun.  See PSCA for complete rules (www.pscaracing.com)

Additional entry fee of $100 will be charged to all Open Comp participants with 100% payback to the event purse.  Purse will be split among winner, runner-up and semi-finalists.

Open to all cars running slower than 8.50 seconds. Altereds and motorcycles are not permitted.

.4 pro tree.  No throttle stops, delay boxes or crossovers will be used during competition.

Qualifying runs will be made at 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. Eliminations will begin at 10 p.m.

Dial-in will be 1/10th off of quickest qualifying run and will be the participants automatic dial-in throughout eliminations.

Drivers eliminated from competition can continue to participate in Test ¿n¿ Tune until track closes at midnight.

 

HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIP

Will be contested as a five-race point series. Best four finishes count toward championship. Top two finishers will represent LVMS at the 2005 NHRA E.T. Finals.

No additional entry fee will be required.

Open to any licensed driver registered as a high school student during the 2005 calendar year.

NHRA Division 7 E.T. Finals High School class rules will apply (www.nhradiv7.com for more details).

.5 full tree. Dial-ins of 12.00¿25.00 sec.

Race winner will receive class trophy.

Eliminations will begin at 10 p.m.

Drivers eliminated from competition may continue to participate in Test ¿n¿ Tune until track closes at midnight.

 

OPEN BRACKET GAMBLER

Race will be contested as a .5 Full Tree E.T. Bracket event. Compulink Autostart and Crosstalk will be used.

Entry fee will be collected in the staging lanes. 100% payback to the race winner.

NHRA Division 7 Super Pro class rules will apply.

All NHRA rules apply.

Random first. Field will be laddered following the first round of eliminations based on closest to dial.

Eliminations will begin at 10:30 p.m.  First round losers in Super Quick, Open Comp, High School and Purse Stock are eligible to enter.

Drivers eliminated from competition can continue to participate in Test N¿ Tune until track secures at 12 a.m.

 

AMERICAN HEROES STREET CHALLENGE

Race is open to any active-duty military, police officer, EMT or fireman with ID.

Free race entry.

Winner receives trophy and LVMS hat. Runner-up receives plaque.

NHRA Pure Stock Street-Legal rules apply.

 

GATE PARTICIPATION FEE

All participants will pay $20 gate participation fee upon entering facility for the right to Test ¿n¿ Tune during the evening. Additional entry fee of $100 will be charged to all racers in Outlaw Super Quick and Open Comp. No refunds will be offered for the $20 gate entry for any reason.

 

RACER FEES

Gate Fee -- $20.

Alcohol and Pro test fee -- $100.

Super Quick eliminations entry -- $100 (in addition to gate fee).

Open Comp eliminations entry -- $100 (in addition to gate fee).

Adult crew -- $10.

Kids crew -- $5.

Kids 5 and under ¿ Free.