CAR BODIES ALLOWED:
All cars permitted from 1959 –1969 if available from factory with V-8 engines. Must be rear wheel drive. Cars and drivers must meet NHRA safety requirements
for Speed & ET. Must retain factory type steel quarters and roof skin. No external modification of a body line or panel allowed except minimal trimming for
tire clearance. Hoods required. Lightweight fenders, hood, doors, deck-lid, and bumpers allowed. Hood scoops allowed 5” max opening (must be factory style
scoops only). Hood scoops must correspond with manufacturer. (NO Cowl hoods on Mopar, etc.) No Pro Stock style hood scoops permitted. Inner fenders must be
retained. Trimming for header clearance permitted. Firewall must be stock and in factory location. Stock appearing bumpers required. Full floor pan in stock
location, may be modified for fuel cell and clearance purposes. No spoilers or rear wing allowed unless factory production. Wheel tubs permitted. Battery
may be relocated.
Factory type front suspension and steering required. Aftermarket rear suspension ok. 10.5W maximum rear tire. Wheelie bars permitted, must not extend past
rear bumper. Aftermarket brakes permitted. Line locks permitted
Drivers & Cars must meet NHRA Safety Requirements for Speed & ET
It will be the responsibility of the driver to bring time-slip to
Racemaster at end of race to win the (7) points. In case of ties, the same time-slip will be used with opposing data. (reaction time will go to dial in
amount and vice versa) The (7) point awards will be awarded whether you win or lose the round. Only one of each of the (7) point awards will be awarded per
Every round of competition a bonus chip will be in bag. The
person drawing this chip will be award (1) bonus point. Person drawing "Bonus Chip" will draw another chip for an opponent.
Your car must stage breaking beams with forward motion under its own
power to receive round points (10) points.
Full .500 tree with "Autostart" will be used. Courtesy staging is
mandatory at all times. NSS and dial in must be on windows as required by each track (Front & Side Window Facing Tower).
Time trials will be handled by track officials. You may run as many
as the track will allow.
Chips will be drawn before each round of competition to determine
your opponent and lane. You must locate your opponent and when called to staging lanes you must come up together. Opponents may trade lanes if both agree.
In case of a bye run due to ladder, an extra chip will be in bag. If your opponent can not make the call, you will receive a competition bye run.
No buy backs.
You may not run your car in any other class during points race.
At end of season, if there are any points ties, the tied cars will
have a runoff.
There will be a $100 yearly dues to join. You may run first race
with nothing due. If you continue the series, you must pay to continue. This money will be used for end of season points awards. Top ten cars will be
guaranteed pay. Will be more with more cars.
All cars will be teched to ensure they meet the TNSS Rules at
their 1st Race. When season begins, the Winner and R/Up at each event will be re-checked. At each event at least one car will be randomly teched.
At all times the Rules Committee will be on the look out for any
violations. All questions about rules should be brought to any member of Rules Committee for satisfaction. Anyone caught violating rules will forfeit
points for that race and will be disqualified for the remainder of that race weekend. Any Racer found violating any rules will need to have violation fixed
before being allowed to racing again, be Re-tech to ensure they meet the TNSS Rules and continue in the series.
If you have any questions about any rules
or procedures, please call Dennis Spurgeon at (573) 259-1077.
Each race will have a $100 entry. Payout
will be 100% of money after track cut.
CCD Track cut will be $20 per entry