4.70 Index RULES
$2000.00 to win
entry fee $125.00
Designed for door cars running a 4.70 Index
Door cars only. Any tire size permitted.
Any engine combination or power adders allowed.
Optical sensors prohibited. Throttle stops are not allowed. Any entry equipped with a throttle stop must have electrical or pneumatic source disconnected and throttle blades must be fixed.
Deep staging is allowed at driver’s risk.
NHRA Top Sportsman Rules Apply
Qualifying Information, Ladder Type, & Tree
The class will be qualified by closest to set index. Anyone breaking out of set index will be placed at the bottom of the qualifying sheet, the worse the breakout is, the farther down the sheet the run will be placed. For cases in which identical index times are made, qualifying position will be based on a first-come first served: the first occurring best index will be placed #1, the second occurrence of said index will be placed #2, and so on. Class will be random paired 1st round with higher qualifying positions receiving lane choice.
#1 Qualifier 1st round is eligible for bye run if there is odd amount of cars, if even amount of cars #1 Qualifier will receive lane choice.
A new bye run will be picked each round based on reaction time from the previous round completed.
An 16 or less car field will be laddered on a sportsman ladder.
A 17 or greater car field is randomly paired and run until the field reaches 16 cars or less. When the field reaches 16 or less cars a sportsman ladder for the number of cars remaining will be used to pair the cars. Car placement on this ladder will be determined based on reaction time for the last round that was randomly paired. If competitor has received a bye run and used it during earlier rounds of competition, they will be placed on bottom of qualified ladder.