Rules

General Rules

Bodies: All bodies must have a 1 1/2″ inch roof height.

Motor Claiming: Any racer may claim another racer’s motor by paying the racer giving up the motor.  Fees listed below per class.

Midgets: $20
Vintage Mod: $20
Modified: $20
Hobby Stock: $25
Dirt Late Model: $30

Tires: Naphtha, Lighter fluid, and WD-40 are the only approved tire treatment chemicals allowed. The use of any other chemicals is no longer necessary due to the new tire rule. If anyone has any tire softener other than the listed in their pit, they will be assumed as using it and will be disqualified from all divisions entered for the night. So please remember to remove these bottles from your pit boxes.

Controllers: The approved controller of the S.C.O.R.E is the standard economy controller or the next step up turbo controller. Heat sinks and wet wound resistors are also allowed.  No external resistor controllers or adjustable brakes allowed.

Laps:
Heat races will be 35 laps.
Semi Feature will be 75 laps.
Feature will be 150 laps.

Entry:
Pit pass will be $5 dollars.
Entry will be $2 dollars per class.

Times:
Saturday: Doors open at 6:00 PM. Practice is to 7:00PM. Qualifying is at 7:00 pm.
Sunday: Doors open at 11:00 AM. Practice is to 12:00PM. Qualifying is at 12:00 pm.

Committee:
Committee will be Jon Toussaint, Joe Kloskey, and Tim Toussaint.

 

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Midgets

Chassis:
Sprints Plus only.
Must have 3″ wheel base.
No alterations of chassis including bending the rear to lower the car.
Tread Width is 2 5/8”. Car must fit freely inside tech tool. If car needs to be squeezed into tool car, it is too wide and must be narrowed.
No offset of any kind allowed. Car must be square.
Axle tube may be placed between the front axle carriers to prevent the uprights from bending.
The axle must run through the axle tube.
Lead weight can be added to car for handling, lead weight must be located on top side of chassis underneath the body only.

Roll Cage and Nerf Bars:
Cars must have at least a 6 point roll cage. 4 post halo with down bars in the rear. Front down bars are optional.
Roll cage height is measured from the bottom of the chassis to the top of the cage.
Rear Cage Height: 1.800″ minimum
Front Cage Height: 1.700″ minimum
Chassis must have front, rear, and side nerf bars. Nerf bars should not protrude excessively from front and rear of car. Side nerf bars must not be wider than rear tires (2 5/8″). Bars coming 1/2″ out from the chassis on each side is a guideline.
All nerf bars should be designed to resemble an actual full scale midget.
All sharp edges on nerf bars should be filled and filed.
If parts of car break off during race i.e. cage parts, headers or body parts. They must be replaced prior to the start of the next race.

Ride height:
As long as chassis and crown gear do not touch the tech plate, and they do not drag on the track surface the car height is legal

Motor:
JK Hawk 25 only. Motor may be bolted or soldered into place.

Axles:
1/8” Front and Rear axles only.
No bushings or bearing of any kind in Front Carrier.
Front tires may spin independent with use of axle caps. Brass axle bushings or oil-lites only.
No Ball Bearings. No offset bushings or button style bushing.

Gearing: 48 Pitch gear only. Car must have a 8 tooth pinion gear and a 28 tooth crown rear.

Tires:
Front tire must be Pro Track #219 Daytona Stocker (Cut tire to back of rim).
Rear Tire Pro Track Eliminator # N222 (Fish tire, or Soft Compound tire). # 222 (Natural tire, or hard compound tire).

Fronts: .400″ wide minimum by .800″ diameter minimum.
Rears: .435″ wide minimum by .850″ diameter minimum.

Bodies:
Midget/Sprint bodies.
No wings.
Bodies must be painted.
Cars must have a 3d driver.
Cars must have numbers on fuel cell and front.
Any question on eligibility of a body style, contact the S.C.O.R.E President for approval prior to using body.
If you plan to do anything other than what is listed check with President to make sure it follows the intent of the rules. Just because it is not listed does not mean that it is legal. Remember cars are to resemble real cars that raced.

 

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Vintage Mod

Chassis: Sprint Plus, or Drag rear carrier, stock womp #573 or #572 may be used as long as chassis is narrowed to width of Sprint plus chassis.
Chassis can be constructed of any type of brass, mild steel and must be soldered.
Chassis can as simple as a sprint plus chassis or one with the front axle tabs removed for an axle tube, or have chassis built to resemble the look of a modified that raced in southeast Wisconsin from the period from 1966 -1972.
Must have 3 to 3 ¼ wheel base.
Offset is allowed, motor must remain in mid-line of chassis.
Drop flags allowed.
Tread width is 2 1/2 .
Car must fit freely inside tech tool if car needs to be squeezed into tool car is too wide and must be narrowed.
Ride height as long as chassis and crown gear do not touch the tech plate and they do not drag on track surface car height is legal.
Chassis must have front, rear, and side nerf bars. Nerf bars should not protrude excessively from front and rear of car. Side nerf bars should not be wider than rear tires.
Weight maybe added under body of car or make to resemble parts of car if located on exterior (i.e. headers).
All sharp edges on nerf bars should be filled and filed.

Motor: JK Hawk MB or Slick 7 Mini-Brute Only. Motor may be bolted or soldered into place.

Axles: 1/8 rear axle. 1/8 or 3/32 front axles. Brass axle bushings and oil-lites only (no ball-bearing). oil-lights and bushings maybe offset.

Gearing: Any 48 pitch crown gear for an-inline setup only.

Tires:
Left Front tire- Any 1/8” wide to 3/8” wide tire.
Right Front tire- Any 3/8” wide tire.
Left Rear any 1/2″ wide tire.
Right Rear any 1/2” to 5/8” wide tire.
Tires may be trued to any diameter.

Bodies:
Must have a minimum height of 1 ½ from tech block to top of roof.
Rear quarters of car must resemble a body style. Body work must be inside of tires
No Wedges or Wings. Body does not need a roof. If body has no roof, car must have a four point roll cage made of brass or steel. Roll Cages must consist of back hoop, front hoop and A pillar bar.
If parts of car break off during race i,e, cage parts, headers or body parts. They must be replaced prior to the start of the next race. If you lose a front axle it must be repaired in order to finish race.
All cars must have a full interior and 3d driver.
No metal bodies allowed
Nerf bars are required (see chassis requirements) must have a front screen or grill in front of engine compartment. Body must have headers from engine compartment. Can be made of plastic or brass.
Car must have door numbers. Bodies must be painted.
Any question on eligibility of a body style, contact the S.C.O.R.E President for approval prior to using body.
If you plan to do anything other than what is listed check with President to make sure it follows the intent of the rules.  Just because it is not listed does not mean that it is legal. Remember cars are to resemble real cars that raced.

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Modified

Chassis:
Parma #573 Brass Pan Chassis (With two sets of front axle holes).
Parma #572 Steel Pan Chassis (With two sets of front axle holes).
No Alterations of Chassis.
Tread Width is 2 ½. Car must fit freely inside tech tool. If car needs to be squeezed into tool car, it is too wide and must be narrowed.
No offset of any kind allowed. Car must be square.
Axle tube may be placed between the front axle carriers to prevent the uprights from bending.
The axle must run through the axle tube.
Ride height- as long as chassis and crown gear do not touch the tech plate and they do not drag on the track surface the car height is legal
Lead weight can be added to car for handling, lead weight must be located on top side of chassis underneath the body only.

Motor: JK Hawk MB or Slick 7 Mini-Brute Only. Motor may be bolted or soldered into place.

Axles:
1/8” Front and Rear axles only.
No bushings or bearing of any kind in Front Carrier.
Axles may be placed in the front or rear axle holes on the front axle carrier depending on the wheelbase of the body. This is to prevent excessive opening of the wheel wells.
Front tires may spin independent with use of axle caps. Brass axle bushings or oil-lites only.
No Ball Bearings. No offset bushings or button style bushing.

Gearing: 48 Pitch gear only. Car must have a 7 tooth pinion gear and a 28 tooth crown rear.

Tires:
Front tire must be Pro Track #219 Daytona Stocker (Cut tire to back of rim).
Rear Tire Pro Track Eliminator # N222 (Fish tire, or Soft Compound tire). # 222 (Natural tire, or hard compound tire).
Tire may be trued to any diameter.

Bodies:
Must have a minimum height of 1 ½ from tech block to top of roof.
1/32 Modified bodies by SRP or ITCH or if you would like you can scratch build a body
Wheel well may be opened up to fit tires within reason.
Body must have full interior and a 3d driver. No roll cage required.
Body must be painted and have proper roof and door numbers.
Spoiler on the back of the deck will not be more then ½” from the deck up.
Any question on eligibility of a body style, contact the S.C.O.R.E President for approval prior to using body.
If you plan to do anything other than what is listed check with President to make sure it follows the intent of the rules. Just because it is not listed does not mean that it is legal. Remember cars are to resemble real cars that raced.

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Hobby Stock

Chassis:
Must have Parma, Champion, or Sprint Plus rear carrier.
Chassis must fit under body. Wheelbase must match body.
Front carrier can be stock or modified, axle tubes are allowed.
Motor mount maybe offset but must remain in-line.
Chassis offset is allowed, no more than 1/8 off center of slot. Car must fit in tech block.
Hinged and suspended chassis are allowed. Drop flags are allowed.
Ride height- As long as chassis and crown gear do not touch the tech plate and they do not drag on the track surface the car ride height is legal.
Lead weight can be added to car for handling, lead weight must be located on the top side of chassis underneath the body only.
Tread width is 2 1/2 from outside of left side rim to outside of right side rim.
Car must fit freely inside tech tool. If car needs to be squeezed into tech tool, the car is too wide and must be narrowed.

Motor: JK Hawk Retro or Falcon 7 motor only. Motor may be bolted or soldered into place.

Axles:
Rear 1/8” Steel axles only. No independent front axles, front tires may spin independent with use of axle cap.
Brass axle bushings and oil-lites only (no ball bearing). oil-lites and bushings maybe offset.
Front axle can be 3/32” or 1/8”.

Gearing: Any 48 pitch pinion or crown gear for an-inline setup only.

Tires:
Rear Tires Pro Track Eliminator # N222 ( Fish tire, or soft compound tire) # 222 (Natural tire, or hard compound tire)
Any front tires .400 wide.
Tire may be trued to any diameter.

Bodies:
Must have a minimum height of 1 ½ from tech block to top of roof.
Bodies are to look like hobby stock , sportsman , street stock , that raced in southeast Wisconsin.
1/32 scale hard plastic, resin, or polycarbonate (boss bodies).
Wheel well maybe opened up to fit tires within reason.
Body must have full interior and a 3d driver.
Body must be painted and have proper roof and door numbers.
Front and rear nerf bars maybe added to chassis to protect body. They should not protrude excessively beyond body.
If no nerf bars body must have stock front and rear bumpers. Front bumper may be cut away in center for guide flag clearance but should not be excessive to take away from look of car.
Body must have front window glass or screen. Body must have driver and passenger window glass removed, opera windows may stay in or be filled in. Bodies must be painted and looked finished.
No wings allowed unless specified. Spoilers are allowed as long as they are part of the molded body.
Any question on eligibility of a body style, contact the S.C.O.R.E President for approval prior to using body.
If you plan to do anything other than what is listed check with President to make sure it follows the intent of the rules. Just because it is not listed does not mean that it is legal. Remember cars are to resemble real cars that raced.

Dirt Late Model

Chassis:
Any 1/32 scale chassis design made of brass or stamped steel. No spring steel allowed. If scratch build must fit these dimensions.
Chassis must maintain wheel base of 3” to 3 1/4” to keep wheel base within reason of scale.
Chassis body mounts must maintain a width of 2 3/8” to 2 1/2″ to keep body at proper width.
Ride height- As long as chassis and crown gear do not touch the tech plate and they do not drag on the track surface, the car ride height is legal.
Car must fit freely in tech tool. Offset is allowed. Car must fit inside offset tech block.
Cars tread width must be no wider than 2 1/2″.
Lead weight can be added to car for handling, lead weight must be located on the top side of chassis underneath the body only.

Motor:
JK Products
Falcon 2 JK3020
Falcon 4 JK30302
Hawk JK3030, JK3031
Hawk 6 JK30306
Hawk 7 JK30307
Hawk 25 JK303025
Hawk Retro JKHR

Plafit
Rabbit 8630
Cheetah II 8631
Fox II 8635
Pointer 8636
ProSlot
Euro MK1 PS4000
Euro MK1 PS4001
Euro MK1 PS4002
TSR
TSRF Motor T3215
D3 Motor TD301
Falcon 7 30207
H&R
Hawk 1 HR-HM1
Lighting HR-LMII
Fast Ones
The Demon FO-7
Slick 7
Mini Brute 57-588B
Trinity
Evil 9 TEP-7011
Motor maybe bolted or soldered into place.

Axles:
Rear axles can be 1/8” or 3/32”
Front axles can be 1/16”, 3/32”, or 1/8”.
Any type of bushing, bearing ball bearing or oil-lite is allowed for axle carriers.

Gearing: Any gear and any pitch.

Tires:
Rear Tire- Pro Track Eliminator # N222 (Fish tire, or Soft Compound tire) 1/8” hub.
# 222 (Natural tire, or Hard Compound tire) 1/8” hub.
# N164 (Fish tire, or Soft Compound tire) 3/32” hub.
# 164 (Natural tire, or Hard Compound tire) 3/32” hub.
Any front tires (Remember cars are to resemble real cars that raced)

Bodies:
Must have a minimum height of 1 ½ from tech block to top of roof.
1/32 Vaccu-Formed Late Model bodies only. Current approved bodies are made by SRP and Itch.
Wheel wells must be open up to fit tires within reason.
Body must have full interior with 3d driver. No roll cage required. Window nets are optional.
Bodies must be painted and look finished with proper roof and side number.
Any question on eligibility of a body style, contact the S.C.O.R.E President for approval prior to using body. If you plan to do anything other than what is listed check with President to make sure it follows the intent of the rules. Just because it is not listed does not mean that it is legal. Remember cars are to resemble real cars that raced.