THE NIGHT THE LIGHTS WENT OUT IN GEORGIA
We have taken the lightest and the heaviest applications to try to make it as conforming to everyones rules as we could. Thank you for your support.
Outlaw Limited Street/TT5/OUTLAW RADIAL is a heads up class designed for street legal cars from a major manufacturer. If you don't understand the rules for limited/tt5 or outlaw radial then you need to call. Cars will qualify on a .400 pro tree and eliminations will be run on a pro ladder. All rulings will be made by ORTC or a SGMP tech official. If you have any questions please call prior to the race and I would be happy to talk to you. Any revisions will posted 90 days or more from race.
DONALD LONG 813-927-2842
DENNY SAVAGE 352-318-4211
- 29.5 non w or 315 radial or smaller, "No cheater hoosier slicks"
- SB NOS 2600#
- BB NOS 3100#
- SB TURBO 3100#
- SB TWINS 3200#
- SB SUPERCHARGER 3100#
- BB SUPERCHARGER 3200#
Stock body lines must be retained. MUST BE STOCK APPEARING. Chopping,channeling, sectioning, or any other alterations to contour, lengthen, shorten, widen, stretch or modify any area stictly prohibited.
Stock front frame rails and suspension required. Aftermarket control arms and bushings allowed as long as they bolt in stock locations. Rack and pinion steering allowed. Aftermarket coil over shocks allowed and aftermarket direct replacement struts are allowed, but must bolt in stock location.
after market bolt in sub-frame allowed. Must bolt in unaltered stock OEM mounting locations. OEM suspension configuration required. These bolt on subframes must be from a manufacturer with designated company part numbers and must be produced for the vehicle they were designed for from the manufacturer.
REAR CHASSIS/ SUSPENSION
Any type rear suspension allowed. Stock firewall must be retained and in stock location.
Smoothing of firewall for appearance is allowed. No part of engine may touch stock position firewall.
Any engine combination allowed. Motor plates and solid mounts allowed. Mufflers required for all cars except turbocharged entries. All nitrous bottles to be safety vented pop off to outside the vehicle.
Any OEM type automatic or manual transmission allowed. Aftermarket heavy duty cases allowed. Air shifters and transbrakes are allowed.
Outlaw Radial Tire Championship Series
If you're not here you must just be scared
PROLINE Limited,TT5, Outlaw Drag Radial payout 29.5 10.5 vs Radial
Tech card $200.00
$2,000 runner up
TRUE STREET - FINAL RULES
UORS-ORTC $10,000 TO WIN
TRZ ULTIMATE STREET THE NIGHT THE LIGHTS WENT OUT IN GEORGIA
These rules are for FEB. 26-27 2010
Any non performance or non-safety infraction will a 1 race waiver
Ultimate street is a heads up class designed for any passenger vehicle from any major manufacturer. Ultimate street cars may be powered by small blocks only and are limited to a maximum cubic inch limit of 440 cubic inches. Power adders are limited to UORS/ORTC approved turbos, superchargers and a single nitrous plate systems utilizing one nitrous solenoid ONLY. No alcohol or nitro methane allowed. Purge must be redundant in-line with nitrous supply line with only one supply line.
Fiberglass/Carbon body panels are limited to hood, rear deck lid, and bumpers. Cowl hoods may not be taller than half way point of the windshield. Forward facing scoops are prohibited unless equipped from the factory, in which case the factory hood and factory scoop must be utilized. Factory front and rear spoilers and wings are allowed. No full fiberglass/carbon bodies allowed unless equipped from the factory. Stock firewall must be retained in stock location. Firewall may not be notched for clearance and/or smoothed for appearance. All entries must have operational head lights and tail lights. All entries must retain the stock grill. Full factory floor plans are required but may be notched for roll bars, sub frames,etc. Stock core support and inner fender wells are required but may be notched for clearance.
Aftermarket steering columns are allowed. The rear seat may be removed but area must be upholstered. Dash may be notched for roll bar clearance. Nitrous bottles are allowed in the passenger area but must be properly vented to the outside of the car. Bottles must be securely mounted using prper bottle mounts.
Optical devices are prohibited. All entries must have operational head lights and tail lights. All cars must have NHRA approved master shut-off switch on the rear of the car. Switch must be labelled "PUSH OFF".
Aftermarket blocks and cylinder heads are allowed. Sheetmetal intakes are prohibited. Intakes must be cast. Entries may utilize a single carburetor only. Motor plates and solid mounts are allowed. Engine must be in stock location. Mufflers are required on all vehicles. Entries must utilize a single nitrous plate with one nitrous, one fuel and one redundant purge solenoid. Foggers must be disconnected and all solenoids must be capped off. Nitrous plates using fogger nozzles are not allowed. All ultimate street entries are required to use an engine diaper. Billet or canted valve heads may not be used in conjunction with a turbo or supercharged combo. All engines are limited to 440 cubic inches. Any engine in question will be measured with a P&G gauge. A correction factor of 1.5% will be used. Competitors may be asked to remove a cylinder head for bore and stroke measurements should any discrepancies arise.
Nitrous - Progressive nitous controllers are allowed. All progressive equipped entries are required to utilize a maximum 275 DOT approved radial and must use a single spray bar plate only. Slick tire entries may use a cross bar plate but no progressive. Any progressive equipped car using a crossbar style plate must have one nitrous and one fuel spray bar capped off at the plate
Turbo - Inducer and inlet size is limited to 80 mm, exducer size is limited to 120 mm. Compressor wheels may not be stepped, milled, profiled, cut or otherwise altered in any way for the first half inch from the tip of the compressor wheel. Inlet size will be checked with a go/nogo gauge. However, the UORS/ORTC tech department reserves the right to remove the compressor cover at any time in order to measure the wheel diameters. A maximum 275 DOT approved radial only may be used in conjunction with a turbocharged combo.
SUPERCHARGERS - Prochargers limited to F1-C. Vortech's limited to YSI. Inducer and exducer must not exceed sizes listed on the manufacturers superchargers specification sheets. A maximum 275 DOT radial only may be used in conjunction with a supercharged combo.
Any OEM style automatic or OEM manual transmission is allowed. Manual transmissions must utilize an SFI approved bell housing.
Stock type rear suspension only. Stock rear frame rails must remain intact. Minor notching of frame rails is allowed for tire clearance. Bolt on traction devices only. Coil over shocks are allowed. Aftermarket repacement control arms are allowed. Rear control arm mounting points must remain in stock location on the stock frame rail and the rear end. All mounting points must use a single mounting hole. If using S-boxes or any or any other adjustable bracket holes the holes will be sealed by UORS/ORTC and no adjustments will be permitted during race weekend. Any racer caught moving rear bars or tampering will be disqualified.
A maximum of a 28 x 10.5 non W slick or 275 radial may be used. Wheel width is limited to 12"
- Base weight - 3200 lbs
- All heads 14.9 and under - 3250 lbs
- Any canted valve head - 3300 lbs
- All heads 15 degrees and above carry no additional weight
- Any 23 degree combo - 3100 lbs
- Turbo/supercharger without intercooler - 3150 lbs
- Turbo/supercharger with intercooler - 3250
SPONSORSHIP DECALS & LETTERING
Decals and lettering is restricted to windows, quarter panels, front bumper and front hood scoop. All cars are required to have identifying number posted on front and rear windows.
All TRZ Ultimate Street entries must utilize a lower engine restraint / engine diaper. Driveshaft loop required. Fuel cells must be grounded to chassis. Drivers are required to wear SFI approved pants, jacket, shoes, neck brace and gloves with a minimum rating of 3-2A/5. SFI window net is required.
OUTLAW RADIAL TIRE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
2010 ORTC/UORS OUTLAW RADIAL POWER ADDER RULES AND WEIGHTS
I would first like to thank the racers that support the ORTC and thank you for the support of the car count that showed up to BMP. Before the class gets out of hand so far that it will beyond repair we must do what is in the best interest of the class for the future. The ORTC will have two BOOST VS NO-BOOST races and the UORS will have 6 races with same rules in place. We must think about the future of the class so it does not turn in the direction of 10.5. There will be 8 big races next year with same rules that way you guys will have plenty of places to race with these same rules.
The pay will be second to none but you already know that. The Feb. 26-27th race is unlimited and will continue to be that way. I wanted to post this now so anyone that is building something for next year will have plenty of time. I have tried to contact other promoters and have talked to some and I hope they will get on board before it is too late.
Thanks for the support and I'll see you soon
Donald Long - ORTC 813 927 2842
Denny Savage - ORTC Race coordinator 352 - 318-4211
RULES FOR ORTC BOOSTVS NO-BOOST RADIAL TIRE
Stock style and general shape car bodies. Stock body lines and profile must be maintained
Must have mufflers (except turbo entries)
Must have working headlights and tail lights
Must have diaper
Nitrous bottles in passenger area must have approved safety vent to outside
Must have DOT approved drag radial tires (Mickey Thompson, M&H, BFG, HOOSIERS) up to 12"
Stock type chassis
Front suspension aftermarket shocks, struts and springs permitted in factory location. Aftermarket bolt in K-members permitted. Tubular A-arms permitted. Aftermarket bolt on spindles permitted. Stock, unaltered frame rails required in front subframe from forward mount of control arms, back.
Rear suspension may utilize aftermarket replacement springs, leaf springs and/or control arms. Suspension and aftermarket torque arms permitted if factory replacement for year, make and model only. Leaf springs may be moved inboard. Aftermarket sway bars permitted. Mini-tubs and coil overs permitted. Rear frame rails must remain in OEM stock condition in all areas. Must retain stock frame rails in factory position, may be notched for tire clearance only. When notching, stock inboard section of rear frame rails must remain stock, unaltered and in stock location. Back-half cars prohibited. Ridged mounted suspension prohibited.
Factory floorboards must be maintained from directly behind the drivers seat to the rear of the car. Smoothing allowed. Example - spare tire well may be smoothed.
OEM style automatic transmissions with converter or OEM stick shift with single disk clutch permitted
Clutchless transmissions prohibited
Single power adder only
Stock firewall must be maintained in stock location
No wheelie bars
No ladder bars
Qualifying will be side by side. 1st and 2nd qualifying runs must be in opposite lanes
No aftermarket 4 links
Elimination ladders will be locked 30 minutes after the end of the 3rd round of qualifying. Any racer who feels they will not be able to make the first round of eliminations beacause of breakage please contact race command within that 30 minute time frame so an alternate can be placed on the ladder. During the first round of eliminations any racer whose opponent does not show will recieve an opponent broke pass for that round.
Bye runs - all vehicles must take the tree
Courtesy staging and auto start will be in effect
After each qualifying and elimination pass, all cars must stop and weigh at scales. If you lose eliminations and your opponent fails to make weight you will be reinstated into the eliminations only if you made minimum weight requirements. If both cars failed to make the minimum weight, both cars will be disqualified. It is the drivers responsibility to verify with each scale, the weight of his/her car prior to each race day. There will be a 5lb error factor allowed
ORTC tech official has final discretion on all rules on race day
All NHRA safety rules apply
CAR AND DRIVER WEIGHTS
Base weight 3200# - BB superchargers, twin turbo s.b. or b.b.
- +100lbs twin turbo BB
- -100lbs BB nos
- -100lbs SB single turbo
- -100lbs SB supercharger
- -100lbs leaf springs
- -600 lbs SB nos
- -400 V-6
- -400LBS n/a
POWER ADDER REGULATIONS
- BB twin turbos max turbo size GT4788 (true 88's)
- BB supercharger max size F3R 131
- SB supercharger max size F3R 139
- NO SCREW BLOWERS
- BB twin superchargers F1R's
- SB twin superchargers F2R's
- SB twin turbos 91's
- BB single turbo 114
- SB single turbo 123
400.1 Ignition - Battery required ignition systems prohibited, ?Magneto? style ignition accepted.
400.2 The weight tank may not protrude more than 10? past the circumference of the rear tires and may not be mounted above the rear tires.
400.3 The area and procedure for starting the engine will be defined by the officials on an event-to-event basis based on the track layout.
400.4 Only one restart after the car has passed the water box.
400.5 Procedure for weighing cars: If a car is determined to be under weight on the first examination, the car will be removed from the scale and the unit will be re-zeroed /calibrated. The car will then be re-weighed ONE time. The decision of the official will be final. Absolutely no touching of the cars by anyone except officials until the car has passed the scales.
400.6 Driver controlled / cockpit controls are limited to:
A. Throttle pedal
B. Brake pedal
C. Main electrical kill switch
D. Momentary kill switch (to reset clutch during staging)
E. Mechanically operated emergency kill switch
F. No other controls, switches, tubes, hoses, levers etc are allowed.
400.7 Brake disc must be steel material
410.0 Maximum bore=3.750? (No Go = 3.751?) Maximum stroke= 3” = or - .010” Weight= 445#
410.1 Maximum bore= 3.550? (No Go = 3.551?) Maximum stroke= 3? + or - .010? Weight= 400#
410.2 Maximum bore= 3.310? (No Go = 3.311?) Maximum stroke= 3? + or - .010? Weight= 350#
410.3 Cylinder must be approved by either IHRA-or-NHRA (but not necessarily both) 410.4 Engines must be flat head—two valve—normally aspirated. 410.5 Single spark plug and single carburetor mandatory. 410.6 No computer controlled engine/clutch components or engine control systems of any kind (i.e. engine management systems-programmable ignitions-fuel control systems-clutch control systems) 410.7 No oxygen sensors allowed in the exhaust system. 410.8 Fuel pumps must be pulsed from the manifold. No electric or battery pumps allowed. 410.9 No internal engine parts may be made from carbon, carbon fiber or carbon matrix materials. *410.10 Engine must be drilled as per attached picture. Engines must be tagged prior to qualifying. It is the responsibility of the competitor to tag their engine. Tags are available from the race director. Any change of engine afterwards must be approved by the race official. The request for change must be approved before the engine is removed from the car.
410.11 Mandatory engine inspection for winner and runner up. Additional inspection of up to two others by random draw may be performed at the race official’s discretion. Record setting engines must also be inspected for the record to become official. Additional random engine inspection may be performed at anytime at the discretion of the race official’s.
410.12 Engine oil may not contain any power additives or oxygen bearing materials. Samples may be taken at anytime to insure compliance.
*420.0 Minimum age = 13 years old.
420.1 Proof of age may be required. (i.e. certified birth certificate).
420.2 Driver’s performance and abilities are subject to review at anytime. The race officials may exclude at any driver deemed not properly qualified and/or experienced at any time.
Fuel & Starting
430.1 Track supplied fuel 430.2 Starting by .4 Pro Tree 430.3 Two crewmembers only past or beyond the water box. This is considered a restricted area.
440.1 16 car field (if less than 16, NHRA pro ladder will be used based on number of cars entered) *440.2 If 24 cars are entered, a 24 car ladder will be used; if 32 cars are entered, a 32 car ladder will be used. 440.3 During qualifying runs driver must run the opposite lane on their second qualifying attempt. 440.4 Eliminations runs will be on a NHRA Pro ladder (16 – 24 – 32 ) 440.5 Lane choice for first round qualifying will be done by draw. Second round qualifying will be run in the opposite lane from the first. Failure to run in the opposite lane from the first pass will forfeit the second pass. 440.6 After the cars are paired for qualifying, if you miss your position in the order, this pass is forfeited.
440.7 Ties in qualifying will be broken by using the second run.
450.1 The practice referred to as deep staging is prohibited. This does not apply for bye or qualifying runs. Tracks (when possible) should have the guard beam (blue light) activated so as to automatically red light a deep staged car. 450.2 In the case of a double deep (both cars) situation, both cars are disqualified except in the final round in which case a re-run will take place. 450.3 No pullbacks at anytime. If a car goes deep during qualifying, the run will start from the deep position.
460.1 The driver with the better qualifying ET will receive first round lane choice. 460.2 All subsequent rounds lane choice goes to the driver with the lowest ET in the previous round. 460.3 Drivers should always retain their time slips from the previous round in case of lane choice disputes.
*470.0 The car must break the starting beam under its own power and be weighed to claim a round win.