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     2014 Race Schedule     


Saturday, April 26th

Washtenaw Community College

 High School/College  Nationals

2014 High School combo 

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Friday, May 2nd

Aeroquip Friday Night

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 Saturday, May 10th &

Sunday, May 11th 

Junior Dragster #1

 


 Drag Racing 101 

2014 DR 101 front

2014 DR 101 back 


Rocky's

Rocky's Pit Stop

Rocky's carries all blends of VP for your fuel needs and they are located right here at Milan Dragway.
 

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NHRA QUICK REFERENCE

All Bikes

  • Front & Rear Brakes
  • Chain Guards & Clutch Covers
  • Taillight
  • Full Face Helmet - Snell 2005 or Higher
  • Leather Boots or Shoes Above Ankles
  • Leather Gloves
  • Leather Jacket or SFI Spec 40.1/1

120 mph & faster

  • Full Leathers or SFI Spec 40.1/2
  • If it is a two piece suit,
    they must be zipped together at the waist

10.99 and faster

  • Ignition cut off "Kill Switch"

9.99 and faster

  • NHRA License

Basic Safety Requirements

  • Liquid Overflow
  • Seat Belts
  • Neutral Safety Switch
  • Full Length Pants (No Shorts)
  • Short or Long Sleeve Shirt
  • Closed Shoes, Socks
  • Battery Mounted Securely
  • If Battery is Relocated an
    External Cut Off is Required.

13.99

  • Helmet - Snell 2005 or Higher or M
  • Drive Shaft Loop (With Slicks)

Roll Bars and Roll Cages

  • 11.00 - 11.49 Roll Bar
  • 11.00 - 13.49 Roll Bar Convertible

10.99 and Quicker or 135 MPH

  • Roll Cage
  • Unless it is a full body car with an unaltered firewall, floor, and body (from firewall rearward, wheeltubs permitted)
  • running
    10.00 - 10.99 roll bar permitted

9.99 & Faster

  • NHRA Certified Chassis

10.00 - 11.49

  • Aftermarket Rear Axles (10.99)
  • Harmonic Balancer (10.99)
  • Transmission Shield (10.99 or 135 MPH)
  • Drive Shaft Loop
  • Seat Belts (5 Point SFI)good for 2 years from time stamped
    Fire Jacket
    Arm Restraints (Open Cars)/Roll Bar

8.50 - 9.99

  • Flexplate & Flexplate
  • Shield (9.99 or 135 MPH)
  • Helmet Snell 2005 or newer
  • NHRA License
  • Fire Jacket
  • Open Body Needs Pants, Neck Collar, Arm Restraints & Gloves
  • Window net
  • Parachute required 150 MPH and faster

NHRA Online Rulebook Login

  2014 Rule Book ET Section 

2014 Rule Book General Regulations


  NHRA License and Medical Information

 

2014 Jr. Dragster Rules 

 

 MINOR WAIVER

(must be printed in color, notarized and both sides filled out)

  

 

NHRA E.T. QUICK REFERENCE CHART

Y = Required C=Convertables
Number Refers to General Regulations
In no way is this Quick Reference Chart intended to supersede or replace the current NHRA Rulebook

Qurater-Mile E.T.S
6.00 to 7.49
7.50 to 9.99
10.00 to 10.99
11.00 to 11.49
11.50 to 13.99
14.00 & Slower
After-Market Rear Axles
Y
Y
Y
2:11
2:11
2:11
Arm Restraints (Open Cars)
Y
Y
Y
Y
10.3 - 11.99
10.3
Auto Trans Locking-Type Dipstick
Y
Y
Y
Y
-
-
Auto Trans Flexplate (SFI 29.1)
Y
Y
2:14
2:14
2:14
2:14
Auto Trans Reverse Lockout
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Bellhousing (SFI 6.1/6.2)
Y
Y
Y
Y
2:10
2:10
Driver Restraint System (SFI 16.1)
Y
Y
Y / 10:5
Y / 10:5
C / 10:5
10:5 - 10:11
Driveshaft Loop
Y
Y
Y
Y
2:4
2:4
Electric 16.00 & quicker
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
2:4
Flexplate Shield (SFI 30.1)
Y
Y
2:14
2:14
2:14
2:14
Flywheel/Clutch (SFI 1.1/1.2)
Y
Y
Y
Y
2:5
2:5
Harmonic Balancer (SFI 18.1)
Y
Y
Y
Permitted
Permitted
Permitted
Helmet (Snell 2005 or SFI 41.1A min)
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
10:7
Liquid Overflow
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Master Electrical Cutoff
Y
Y
8:4 / 135 mph
8:4
8:4
8:4
Neck Collar
Y
Y
10:8
10:8
10:8
10:8
NHRA Competition License
Y
Y
10:4
10:4
10:4
10:4
NHRA Chassis Sticker
Y
Y
4:4
4:4
4:4
4:4
Padding Roll Bar/Cage
Y
SFI
Y
SFI
Y
SFI
Y
10:6
135 mph
10:6
135 mph
Parachute
Y
Y
150
4:8
4:8
4:8
4:8
Pressurized
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Bottles DOT (1800)
-
-
-
-
-
-
Protective Clothing
Y
Y
Y
Y
10:10
10:10
Roll Bar
-
-
Y
Y
C/13:49
C/13:49
Roll Cage
Y
Y
Y
135
4:11
4:11
4:11
SFI Chassis Specification
Y
4:4
180mph
4:4
4:4
4:4
4:4
Supercharger Restraints
Y
1:11
1:11
1:11
1:11
1:11
Taillight
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Transmission Shield (SFI 4.1)
Y
Y
Y
2:14
2:14
2:14
Window Net (full bodied cars)
Y
Y
6:3
10:3
6:3
10:3
6:3
10:3
6:3
10:3

 Radio Station: 91.1 on your FM radio to tune in to the racetrack PA system.

Additional Rules:

The Race Director's decision is final in all circumstances.

  1. You must have a valid driver's license to operate any motorized vehicle. Anyone found in violation, will themselves, as well as the racer they accompany, be ejected from the event.
  2. Speed limit, for all vehicles, in the pit area is 10 MPH.
  3. Cross talk will be utilized in Super Pro and Motorcycle.
  4. NO E.T.'s are available upon request for $10 payable in the timing tower. Make sure that the words "NO ET" are clearly visible written on the driver's side of the vehicle. The scoreboards will be turned off and the christmas tree will be set on a .4 Pro Tree. If two vehicles are run side by side in NO ET, the ET slips will be cut in half at the ET booth.
  5. All vehicles must pass tech inspection before racing on the track and get a driver's wrist band.
  6. The car number and dial-in must be on the left side before pulling out of the staging lanes, it may not be changed after that. Dial in's will be displayed on the LED boards in the waterbox and once entered into the computer, on the scoreboards. Check your dial-in before you stage, if it is wrong, tell the starter. If you stage, you accept it. Once you pre-stage you will be forced to accept the dial in RIGHT OR WRONG.
  7. Your dial-in must be within the class requirements, and you must pass tech inspection for that elapsed time.
  8. Lane choice is picked by each driver. There will be separate lanes for left and right during time trials and eliminations. At the point the remaining drivers want the same lane, the first car in the pair will have lane choice.
  9. If you're in the staging lanes and are having problems, you will be given 60 seconds to fire and move towards the starting line.
  10. Only vehicles without front brakes may burnout across the starting line.
  11. There is no backing out of the starting beams if your opponent has any of the bulbs lit (unless the starter directs you to), you will be disqualified if you do so. Your final motion must be forward for staging.
  12. If you roll all the way through the beams, you will be disqualified.
  13. When staging "Deep", do not stop your forward motion after the staging light comes on. Proceed to the deep position and be ready. Deep staging is a luxury, not a right. A missed Deep Stage will not be rerun. To ensure a proper deep stage, you should deep stage before your opponent stages.
  14. Courtesy staging is preferred in all bracket classes, but not mandatory.
  15. Scoreboards are unofficial and for your convenience. The tower clocks (what shows on your et slip) are official and will be final should a discrepancy occur.
  16. Re Runs are not racer discretionary. They are only authorized by the Race Director. The Race Director's decision is final in all circumstances. If a rerun is deemed necessary & you refuse - you will lose the round. 
  17. All cars must have at least one working tail light. All motorcycles must have a working tail light mounted behind the seat or on the wheelie bars.
  18. All bye runs will be picked by the tower, it is random in the first round and based on best reaction time after that. No one will receive a "bye opportunity" more than once, unless all competitors left in competition have had one. The bye winner must take a tree but does not need to complete the pass to receive round win status.
  19. Break Rule: If a vehicle breaks after receiving the green light, the pass need not be completed to receive round win status.
  20. Excessive braking down track will be a disqualification.

The Race Director's decision is final in all circumstances.