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Please Note: All event tickets are sold at the gates, the day of the event

Grandstand areas at Spokane County Raceway: No outside food or drinks are allowed.  NO OUTSIDE  ALCOHOL OR DRUGS OF ANY KIND ALLOWED! No dogs, fire arms or knives, smoking or vaping in the grandstands. You can bring your own lawn chair and blankets to sit on. All bags are checked at the entrance gates by security.

2019 DRAG RACE CLASSES & RULES

        Rodda Paints Super Pro 7.00 - 11.99  Electronics allowed, (full.5 tenths tree)-Compu Start

  • Computer: Prohibited unless stock OEM equipment or OEM replacement.  See general reg. 9:1

  • Data Recorders: Permitted.  See general reg. 9:2 & 9:10

  • Delay Boxes: Permitted, One box/device only attached to trans brake and/or throttle timer only.  Delay box may only display delay amount.  All direct wiring must be clearly identifiable to the tech inspector.  See Class and General reg. Section 8

  • Trans brake: Permitted

  • Line Lock: Four-wheel line lock permitted

  • Automated Shifter: Permitted

  • Throttle Control: Permitted per NHRA rulebook

  • Ignition: Stutter boxes prohibited.  Three-steps, Two-steps, or singles stage rev limiters permitted.  Any RPM limiting device legal unto themselves but altered or installed so as to function as a down-track rpm controller, prohibited.  See general reg. 8:3

  • Switches & Buttons:  All switches and/or buttons must be standard mechanical connection type.  Infrared lasers, retinal scan, fingerprint, light source or any other non-mechanical type switch and/or button prohibited

  • Courtesy Staging: Is required at Spokane County Raceway for all classes.

  • Deep Staging: Is permitted at Spokane County Raceway.

  • Full-face helmet mandatory on all cars 9.99 or quicker. See individual Class Requirements for additional requirements. Shield mandatory 7.49 and quicker.  Snell M2010,M2015, SA2010 or SA2015 (See NHRA rulebook)

  • First round bye is decided by the car, racer with the Quickest reaction time of the final qualifying pass of the day.  

 

        O'Reilly Auto Parts Pro Eliminator 9.00 - 13.99. Electronics are NOT Permitted (full.5 tenths tree)-Compu Start

  • Computer: Prohibited unless stock OEM equipment or OEM replacement.  See general reg.9:1

  • Data Recorders: Prohibited  See general reg. 9:2 & 9:10

  • Delay Boxes: Prohibited

  • Trans brake: Permitted, Trans brake switch must be NHRA-accepted; contact Division Tech Director for accepted list

  • Line Lock: Four-wheel line lock permitted, Line lock switch must be NHRA-accepted

  • Automated Shifter: Timed or RPM type permitted, all settings must be pre-set to run. See general reg. 8:2

  • Throttle Control: Throttle must be manually operated by the driver's foot.  Electronics, pneumatics, hydraulics or any other device may in no way affect the throttle operation.  A dead-stop under the carburetor or gas pedal is permitted.  Throttle timers, counters prohibited

  • Ignition: Stutter boxes prohibited.  Starting line and/or 'high side' rev limiters permitted (i.e. two-step).  Three-steps prohibited.  Two-steps, rev limiters or any other rpm limiting devices, legal unto themselves but altered or installed so as to function as a down track rpm controller, prohibited.  See general reg. 8:3

  • Switches & Buttons:  All switches and/or buttons must be standard mechanical connection type.  Infrared lasers, retinal scan, fingerprint, light source or any other non-mechanical type switch and/or button prohibited

  • Tow Vehicles: Prohibited

  • Full-Bodied vehicles may not cross the starting line on any burnout

  • Courtesy Staging: Is  required at Spokane County Raceway for all classes.

  • Deep Staging:  Is permitted at Spokane County Raceway

  • Drivers of NHRA Summit/ Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series and E.T. cars (13.99 or quicker) must use a helmet meeting Snell M2010,M2015, SA2010, or SA2015

  • Full-face helmet mandatory on all cars 9.99 or quicker. See individual Class Requirements for additional requirements. Shield mandatory 7.49 and quicker.

  • First round bye is decided by the car, racer with the quickest reaction time of Final qualifying pass of the day.

 

        Sportsman 12.00 - 19.99. Electronics are NOT Permitted (.5 Sportsman tree)Compu Start.

  • Computer: Prohibited unless stock OEM equipment or OEM replacement.  See general reg. 9:1

  • Data Recorders: Prohibited  See general reg. 9:2 & 9:10

  • Ignition:Two - Steps, rev limiters, or any other high side rpm-limiting devices, legal unto themselves but altered or installed so as to function as a down track rpm controller, prohibited, for Super Pro, Pro, Sportsman Classes.

  • Delay Boxes: Prohibited

  • Trans brake: Prohibited

  • Line Lock: Four-wheel line lock prohibited, Two-wheel line lock permitted on non-drive wheels only.  Line Lock switch must be NHRA accepted

  • Automated Shifter: Prohibited unless OEM equipped.  Electronic or pneumatic shifter permitted; must be manually activated by driver, manual transmissions are permitted. 

  • Throttle Control: Throttle must be manually operated by the driver's foot.  Electronics, pneumatics, hydraulics or any other device may in no way affect the throttle operation.  A dead-stop under the carburetor or gas pedal is permitted.  Throttle timers, counters prohibited

  • Ignition: Stutter boxes prohibited.  Single Stage 'high side only' rev limiters permitted.  Starting line rev limiters prohibited.  Rev limiters or any other rpm limiting devices, legal unto themselves but altered or installed so as to function as a down track rpm controller, prohibited.  Crank trigger system prohibited, unless OEM distributor ignition.  Ignition systems equipped with built-in two-step rev limiters must have the low side' (start line) function disabled.  See general reg. 8:3

  • Switches & Buttons:  All switches and/or buttons must be standard mechanical connection type.  Infrared lasers, retinal scan, fingerprint, light source or any other non-mechanical type switch and/or button prohibited

  • Tow Vehicles: Prohibited

  • Sportsman E.T.  vehicles may not cross the starting line on any burnout

  • Courtesy Staging: Is required at Spokane County Raceway for all classes.

  • Deep Staging: Is permitted at Spokane County Raceway.

  • Drivers of NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series and E.T. cars (13.99 or quicker) must use a helmet meeting Snell M2010,M2015, SA2010, or SA2010

  • First round bye is decided by the car, racer with the quickest reaction time of the final qualifying pass of the day.

  • Bike/Sled  Summit Trophy Class & Sportsman Bike Trophy Class

  • Safety Clothing required as follows: Helmet M2010, M2015, SA2015, Leather Gloves, Boots and full Leathers recommended

  •  Trophy Class 8.00 - 19.99  No Electronics....Sportsman .5 Tree

  • Jr Street Trophy Class New For 2019

  • Age 13-16 Boys & Girls.  Gives teenage kids the opportunity to race against their peers in full bodied street vehicles with a licensed adult co-driver teammate. 1/8th mile racing .  Cars must be registered, insured, street legal with mufflers and street tires and limited to 9 seconds or slower in the 1/8th mile.

    

 

      BIG SMOKE RACING HIGH SCHOOL Trophy Class 12.00 - 19.99  No electronics permitted (full .5 Tree}

  • Same safety rules as Sportsman class.  Must have a School ID Card and a CURRENT DRIVERS LICENSE.  Parent Waiver Release Required.

  • Helmet  required for all High School Drivers
     

       Wilde Automotive Powder Puff Trophy Class 10.00-19.99. Trans Brake, Two Step, Permitted, (full .5 sportsman Tree 

  • This class is for female drivers only. (13.99 or quicker) must use a helmet meeting Snell M2010,M2015, SA2010, or SA2015

  • Jr Dragster Trophy Class  NHRA License Required

 

 

 

        Import Class. 8.00 - 19.99  (full .5 tree)

        

  • All vehicles must comply under Pro or Sportsman safety Rules.

  • Open to any FWD 4 or 6-cylinder car or truck, import or domestic. RWD and AWD must be import manufacture and labeled, or joint-manufactured platform. Random Pairing in Eliminations

  • Drivers of NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series and E.T. cars (13.99 or quicker) must use a helmet meeting M2010,M2015, SA2010, or SA2015

  • Full-face helmet mandatory on all cars 9.99 or quicker. See individual Class Requirements for additional requirements. Shield mandatory 7.49 and quicker.

 

   Street Legal Friday, Saturday, Sunday Trophy Classes  Fastest Street Car Shootout...Best Driver Shootout... Sportsman tree.  13.99 or  Faster Helmet is Required.

Enter the street car class and run at least one time trial pass to be eligible.  The 4 fastest E.T.'s during time trials will be selected to compete in the Shoot Out Finals or the Best Driver Finals.  A car number will be assigned to you at no cost, or you can use your current NHRA number.  Heads up/ street format, NO DIAL IN.  Win or lose you can continue to make passes in the Time Only lane #15 until the event is over.  Cars must have license plates and current tabs, working head lights, slicks are permitted, open exhaust is permitted.  Keep in mind this is to find the fastest street car, NOT the fastest track car.  If your car looks like its a track car only the track official in charge of the shootout will have the final decision on eligibility.   Winner gets a trophy/plaque and bragging rights !  The BEST DRIVER SHOOTOUT has the same format and rules as the fastest street car shootout with the exception of the 4 best reaction times will compete for the best driver shootout.

 

Hot Rod Upholstery Friday Nights Under The Lights Street Racing Trophy Class....  .5 Sportsman Tree

All Friday Night Street Racing will run a .5 Sportsman Tree at all times.  Trophies will be given to the WINNERS of Two Classes. Any Car that runs 13.99 or faster must have a helmet.

           

 

 

      All Classes:  Operating Procedures

        

  • HELMET — Drivers of all cars 13.99 and quicker are required to have an approved helmet: M2010, M2015, SA2010, or SA2015 . See the 2019 NHRA Rulebook for more information.

  • Engine Belly Pan Or Engine Diaper 11.99 & Faster Recommended

  • CLOTHING — ALL drivers are required to wear full-length pants, short– or long sleeved shirt, closed shoes, and socks. Shorts, tank tops, open-toe/heel, or sandals are prohibited.

  • DIAL-INS — Must be visible from the tower, placed on passenger side, front and left side window. Dial-in must be in place and cannot be changed when the cars leave the crosswalk or head of the staging lanes. Check the scoreboard before staging. Once you turn on the top bulb you own it.  ABSOLUTELY NO RE-RUNS DUE TO INCORRECT DIAL-IN. ONCE YOU ACCEPT THE DIAL IN ON THE BOARD IT CAN NOT BE CHANGED !

  • CAR NUMBERS — required 6" high by 1 1/2" wide on both sides and front & rear window.

  • DRIVERS — All drivers are required to have a valid driver’s license. All drivers under the age of 18 must have a parent permission form on file which is signed and notarized by both parents prior to passing tech inspection.

  • RESTRICTED ACCESS — Drivers, spectators, crew, and volunteers must sign the Release & Waiver of Liability at each event. Signers will be given a Rock Auto Restricted Area wristband, which must be clearly worn for the remainder of the event. Waivers are signed when entering the Restricted area.  Parents must sign a Minor Release and Waiver of Liability and Indemnity Agreement for any minor under the age of 18. Minor Waivers are available in the Office.

  • LANE CHOICE — Determined by coin flip on all laddered eliminators, non-laddered competitors will be assigned lanes by staging staff. First round bye will be determined by the quickest reaction time of the final qualifying pass of the day. This includes all classes.

  • RE-RUNS & Car Breakage — In the event of a timing malfunction drivers may change their dial-ins. Re-Runs are determined by the SCR starter.  In the event your car breaks during qualifying the driver is allowed to switch to another car provided it passes tech for that same class and continue on with qualifying, that car must make no less than one qualifying pass for that event in order to move on to eliminations.  In the event your car breaks at any time during eliminations or qualifying there are  No refunds for tech cards.  The driver can NOT substitute another car during any elimination rounds.  If your car breaks and you can not make the next round on time you are done racing for that day.

  • RANDOM PAIRING — You are considered paired with another competitor whenever the staging lane director has pointed to both competitors. Once paired, if one competitor is unable to compete (not start, broken or unable to make the call when so directed by the staging lane director) the other competitor will receive a bye run. The competitor able to make the call must stage under engine power and take the tree to advance to the next round.

  • LADDERS — Super Pro, Super Street, Bike/Sled, High School, Pro, Powder Puff and Sportsman will NOT be laddered for round one or round two of eliminations based off the best reaction time. Starting with round 3 if tower permits rounds will be laddered at towers discretion by the best reaction time. First round  Bye run if any goes to the person, car with the quickest reaction time of the last qualifying pass of the day.  The announcer will announce each class to the lanes 3 times for eliminations.  It is the racers responsibility to get to the lanes in time and pair up on time. 

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  • SINGLE RUNS — In non-laddered competition, the competitor with the best REACTION TIME in the most recent round will be pulled aside and will run last. If there is an odd number of cars, this competitor will receive a bye run.

  • PASSENGERS — Are not allowed in cars without prior approval by the event director.

  • FAILURE TO PASS TECH INSPECTION

    It is the responsibility of the driver to only enter a car into competition that will pass tech inspection for the class into which it was entered. In the event that a car does not meet the safety standards, the racer will be charged for the spectator fees for that event, the racer portion will be refunded.  In the event a car does not pass tech, it is the discretion of SCR Tech Officials to allow that car to participate at that event with the understanding the racer will fix the problem before the next event.

  • PIT VEHICLES

    Please help keep traffic in the pits to a minimum. Operators of any vehicle must have a valid state driver’s license. IMPORTANT: Absolutely no one under 16 years of age may operate any vehicle or anything with wheels. This includes but is not limited to: golf carts, quads, 3-wheelers, motorcycles, mopeds, bikes, rollerblades, roller skates, skate-boards, scooters, and/or tricycles. Violations of this rule may result in disqualification of the competitor or anyone associated with the violator, and/or suspension.  Speed limit in all pit areas and return roads is 5 MPH.

 

       NHRA SUMMIT SERIES POINTS

  • Points for all NHRA Lucas Oil Summit Series Events at Spokane County Raceway are calculated off the format below. 

  • Team Challenge Points Series.. Up to 4 racers per team, Choose your own team mates from anyone running in the SCR Lucas Oil Products Summit Series Points Series.  Each team will accrue points collectively by the amount of round wins each member wins at each event, one point per round win.  Racers can accrue points by entering more that one class per event.  Entry fee is a one time charge $25.00 per racer.  All proceeds will go towards the grand prize at the final event of the year {KING OF THE TRACK}

  • The All Access Wally Event, Super Pro, Pro Eliminator, Sportsman, Bike/Sled, Jr Dragster, Jr Lightning, Jr Thunder, Powder Puff, Bike/Sled  winners get the Wally.  Out of town racers are encouraged to race this event open to all NHRA Summit Points Racers.

  • King Of The Track Event Rules 2019: You Must Have Won or Have Been  Runner Up at No Less Than One  Spokane County Raceway Lucas Oil/Summit Series Events In 2019 To Be Eligible

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       All Nitro, Alcohol, Pro Mods, 275 Radial, 10.5 - 8.5 Radial  MUST have a Full Belly Pan or Diaper to contain all engine  oil and transmission oil. 11.99 and faster Belly Pan and or            Diaper Recommended. Any oil down downs disqualifies that  run.

 

       Spokane County Raceway Maintains The Right To Refuse Service To Anyone Not Complying With SCR Rules.  

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