US 131 Motorsports Park


Event General Information

(Information subject to change)

Spectator Pricing:

Friday – $15 Saturday – $20 Sunday – $20

Children under 6 Free 6- 12 – $5.00 Per Day

Spectator Gate Hours:

Friday – 4:00 pm Saturday – 9:00 am Sunday – 9:00 am

For Event Information: 269-672-7800

Swap Meet:

$45 for a 20×20 space

Car Show Entry:

$45 – 1 Person & Car (2 Day Judged)
$40 – 1 Person & Car (2 Day Non-Judged / Display)
$35 – 1 Day Car Show (Judged)
$30 – 1 Day Car Show (Non- Judged)

 

Event Schedule

(Schedule Subject to Change)

Thursday, May 29

10 – 4 Vendor Move-In

Friday, May 30, 2014

10:00 – 8:00 Pit Parking & Tech Inspection & Swap Meet Vendors
11:00 – 4:00 PMRA Testing
11:30 – Lingenfelter Kick-Off Cruise
12:00 – 5:00 Car Show – Show & Shine Festival
4:00 Spectator Gates Open
5:00 PMRA Drivers Meetings
5:00 Test ‘n’ Tune $25 (No PMRA Cars)
8:30 PBSS Q1, Quick 32 Sportsman Series Q1, PMRA Q1, AA Fuel Altereds, Nost Top Fuel
9:30 Jet Car Exhibition
11:00 Conclude Test & Tune

Saturday, May 31
7:30 Swap Meet Vendor Gates Open
8:00 Participant / Vendor Gates Open
8:00 Pit Parking & Tech Inspections
8:00 – 12:00 Car Show Registration
9:00 Spectator Gates Open
9:00 Bracket Time Trials
12:00 Car & Truck Show Judging Begins
12:00 – 2:00 Revell Make N Take Model Building – Car Show Awards Area
1:00 Saturday Bonus Races – R1
3:00 Cameroguys Gen 5 Challenge Presented by S&W Race Cars
3:30 True Street Race
4:00 PBSS Q2, Quick 32 Sportsman Series Q2, PMRA Q2
4:00 Car / Truck Show – Saturday Awards
6:00 PBSS Q3, Quick 32 Sportsman Series Q3, PMRA Q3, AA Fuel Altereds, Nost Top Fuel
9:00 PBSS Q4, Quick 32 Sportsman Series Q4, PMRA Q4, AA Fuel Altereds, Nost Top Fuel
10:00 Jet Car Exhibition
11:00 Track Secure

Sunday, June 1
7:30 Swap Meet Vendors Gates Open
8:00 Participant / Vendor Gates open
8:00 Pit Parking & Tech Inspections
9:00 Spectator Gates Open 8:00 – 12:00 Car Show Registration 8:15 Racer for Christ Service
9:00 Run for the Money’ – Box (Bracket 1 – Top ET), No Box (Bracket 2 – Modified, DOT Street), Jr Dragsters Q1
11:00 Opening Ceremonies & National Anthem
11:15 Quick 32 Sportsman Series R1, PBBS R1, PMRA R1
11:30 Car & Truck Show Judging Begins
12:00 – 2:00 Revell Make N Take Model Building – Car Show Awards Area
12:30 Sunday Main Race R1
2:30 Quick 32 Sportsman Series R2, PBBS R2, PMRA R2
3:30 Jet Car Exhibition
4:00 Car / Truck Show – Sunday Awards (Class Awards)
5:00 PMRA Finals
5:15 Continue Brackets Until Completed/ Racing Awards & Parade of Winners

CLICK HERE FOR CAR SHOW CLASS INFORMATION

 

Race Car Classes

Saturday Bonus Elimination Races

Bracket 1 Top ET 1/4 Mile Bracket 2 Mod 1/4 Mile
.5 Full Tree with Cross-Talk .5 Full Tree – No Electronics
Entry Fee: $50 Entry Fee: $50
Buybacks: $30 Buybacks: $30
Winner: $1200 Winner: $1200
Runner Up: $500 Runner Up: $500
Semi: $200 Semi: $200
Quarters: $75 Quarters: $75
1/8: $50 1/8: $50

JR Dragster (Two separate Classes – Beginner & Advanced)

Entry Fee: $35
Winner: $200
R-up: $100
Semi: $75

Camaroguys Gen 5 Challenge presented by S&W Race Cars
¼ Mile .5 Full Tree
All Run Field Random Pair to Ladder

Entry Fee: No Charge for Participant Winner: Special Camaroguys.com Trophy RU: Trophy

True Street ¼ Mile
Entry Fee: $35
Winner: $350 & Jacket & Trophy
RU: $150

 

Sunday Elimination Classes
All Sunday Elimination Classes will time trial or qualify on Saturday with Eliminations on Sunday

Drive Duracell.com Bracket 1 Top ET 1/4 Mile (Electronics)
.5 Full Tree
Open to Chevy bodied or powered cars only

Entry Fee: $75
Buybacks: $35
Winner: $2,500 & Jacket & Trophy
RU: $1,000
Semis: $400
Quarters: $200
Eights: $100

Bracket 2 No Box – Pro – Modified (1/4 Mile) (No Electronics)
.5 Full Tree
Open to Chevy bodied or powered cars only – All Run Field – Random Pair to Ladder

Entry Fee: $75
Buybacks: $35
Winner: $2,500 & Jacket & Trophy
RU: $1000
Semis: $400
Quarters: $200
Eights: $100

D.O.T Street Eliminator (Street) ¼ Mile (No Electronics or Transbrakes)
.5 Full Tree
Open to Chevy bodied or powered cars only

Entry Fee: $50 Buybacks: $30
Winner: $750 & Jacket & Trophy RU: $300 & Trophy
Semis: $150
Quarters: $75

JR Dragster (Two separate Classes – Beginner & Advanced)

Entry Fee: $35
Winner: $200
R-up: $100
Semi:

 

True Street Rules
Based on 16 car minimum

Class Description
True Street is a racing class for mildly modified to heavily modified high performance Chevy-based street vehicles that are street certified and able to drive over a 30-mile distance. All Chevy vehicles permitted. Any Chevy based engine, and any number and/or type of power adders are permitted. Vehicles must be registered, licensed, and insured. There will be trophies and awards for not only quickest average, and runner up, but also for the following: closest averaged ET that is not quicker than the following – 9.00, 10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00, and 15.00.

Qualifying Information, Ladder Type, & Tree
All Run, NMRA True Street Format, Pro Tree.

CLASS RULES, TRUE STREET VEHICLES PERMITTED
All Chevy-bodied vehicle and Chevy Powered vehicles accepted. Dragsters and roadsters prohibited.

BODY RULES:
OEM steel (fiberglass/composite if OEM equipped) body shell required. Aftermarket body kits are permitted. Only permitted lightweight components are hood, front valance, rear valance, front and rear bumpers, and rear trunk lid/hatch. Hood is required, may be made of lightweight material. Hood scoops permitted. Any rear wing permitted. OEM safety glass windows required & must be functional. Lexan prohibited.

POWER ADDERS & POWERTRAIN
Any Chevy-based engine, and any number and/or type of power adders are permitted. Any manual or automatic transmission is permitted. Any rear end is permitted. Exhaust system with mufflers is required.

CHASSIS & SUSPENSION
CHASSIS/FRAME: Stock-type chassis, permitted. Stock firewall & stock front frame rails must be in stock location and unmodified. Starting at firewall rearward, floor and chassis may be replaced with aftermarket components. Full tube-type chassis vehicles prohibited.
FRONT SUSPENSION: Stock-type front suspension, or stock bolt-in-type replacement front suspension required. Tubular front suspension components permitted. Coil over shocks/struts are permitted.
REAR SUSPENSION: Stock type chassis and stock type suspension is required. Coil-over shocks and springs permitted for both front and rear suspension. Shocks and spring may be re-located. Standard bolt-on replacement suspension and chassis components are permitted. Tubular bolt-in front K-members and A-arm kits are permitted. Back-half vehicles are prohibited. Ladder bars and/or aftermarket 4-links are prohibited. Wheelie bars are prohibited.

STREET EQUIPMENT
In order to compete, all vehicles and/or drivers are required the following:
1. Valid driver’s license
2. Valid vehicle registration
3. Valid license plate(s). Dealer plates prohibited. Paper license tag will be accepted on a new model year car with current registration paper work less than 60 days old from current event date
4. Valid insurance “ID” card. Faxes and/or letters from insurance companies and/or brokers not acceptable.
5. Valid state inspection sticker (if required by state vehicle is registered). 6. D.O.T. Radials or D.O.T. Slicks on front and rear of vehicle.
7. Hood is required, may be made of lightweight material. Hood scoops permitted. Hood/scoop may be liftoff.
8. OEM safety glass windows required & must be functional. Lexan prohibited.
9. Performance aftermarket or OEM style functioning Driver and Passenger seats required.
During the tech-in process, vehicle must have operational street equipment, including headlights, taillights, brake lights, turn signals, and horn.

TIRES: FRONT & REAR
DOT slick tires or DOT legal radials tires required for drive tires during the road tour AND the True Street competition and class run off. Racing slicks prohibited. Maximum actual measured tire size is as follows: Actual measured tread of all racing slick-type tire is limited to 10.75-inches. For D.O.T. radial tires, maximum sidewall designation permitted is 325mm. Tire height is unrestricted. A “go/no-go” gauge will be used to measured tire width. Tire shaving is prohibited. Tire changing is prohibited during or after the road tour. Vehicles equipped from the factory with 345 DOT Radials are permitted to compete with the 345 style DOT Radial on an 18 inch rim.

WHEELS
Spindle-mount front wheels prohibited.

30- MILE CRUISE
There will be a 30 mile supervised cruise on the Oval Track prior to competition, limited to those vehicles that have passed tech inspection. An escort will supervise the cruise in accordance with local laws and ordinances. Each competitor and crew will be on their own recognizance during the escort and cruise and bear the full responsibility of their actions as they would on city streets. Please be safe and follow all traffic laws during the cruise.

SUPPORT VEHICLES
Support vehicles (i.e., tow vehicles, crew, etc.) are permitted optionally on the road tour, but must trail behind the True Street participants, and the escort, at all times. All support vehicles are on their own reconnaissance and must obey all applicable local safety and traffic laws.

DISQUALIFICATION/COMPLETION
Cruise is mandatory in the time allotted for competition. Any vehicle unable to complete the road tour under its on power, within the allotted time, will be disqualified from racing. Any vehicle that falls behind the trailing escort will be disqualified.

COOLDOWN PERIOD/RETURN PROCEDURES
After the vehicles return from the road tour, they will return directly to the designated staging lanes for the cool-down period. They may not change tires. The cool-down period will typically last between 15 to 45 minutes. During this cool down period only, entrants may adjust tire pressure (add or remove tire pressure), install fresh nitrous bottles, install ice in their intercooler (only if located in trunk, rear hatch or rear seat area). A strict CLOSED HOOD policy will be in effect until a competitor has completed his or her three back-to-back passes. No re-fueling allowed once car leaves on cruise. Engines must remain turned off during entire cool-down period. External cooling of engine by any means (cold water, outdoor fans, etc.) prohibited. Any engine changes, repairs, or adjustments (changing rocker arms, carburetor adjustments, etc.) prohibited. Changing of tires prohibited. No laptops in vehicle permitted at any time once the first of the three back-to-back passes is initiated.

RACE FORMAT
When called to “load up” in the staging lanes, all True Street competitors must report to their cars and prepare to make three back-to-back quarter mile passes. All hoods and deck lids must remain secured, as they must remain closed until completion of all three passes. Vehicles with air-to-water intercoolers may not add ice to intercooler tank between back-to-back passes, even if intercooler tank is located in interior of vehicle.

NHRA RULES
For all current rules and/or changes please visit the NHRA website: www.nhra.com