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Top Street 5.90 - 6.0 Index Class
Presented by P&C Racing, CMI Companies, Prince William Garage Door, EB 3 Motorsports, South Riding Automotive and Fire & Ice Heating and Cooling


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New for the 2011 season, the 5.80 class has been completely changed to make it more widely inclusive and even more exciting to watch.  Still a heads-up class, the rules now permit a greater range of cars to compete - everything from street to race prepped.  Check out the rules and info and join us for a super season at the track.

We are extending a big “Thank You!” to the sponsors that have made this series possible.  Their phone numbers are noted in the list, below, so if you are ever in need of services they can provide, please give them a call and be sure to let them know that you are an appreciative fan.

Class Sponsors:          

P & C Racing - 703-367-8788
CMI Companies
Prince William Garage Door - 703-366-3164
EB 3 Motorsports - 703-378-4040
South Riding Automotive
Fire & Ice Heating and Cooling - 703-365-0505

Race Dates: 

Friday, April 1
Friday, April 22
Friday, May 6
Friday June 3
Friday, July 1
Friday, July 22
Friday, August 5
Friday, September 2

Purse:                $750 win, $300 r/u, $75 semi, $50 quarters

Year End Bonus:       ODS banquet - trophy, jacket and Gold Card to Champion

Format for Race:      Qualify 16 cars.  Run on .4 Pro tree in eliminations using Pro ladder (1 races 16, etc. 

Entry Fees:             2011 registration and car number, $50.  Race entry fee for car and driver, $50.

Tech Coordinators:     Eric Stewart, Tracy Day

2011 ODS 5.90 - 6.00 Index Class Rules

1. Index - Race index will be 5.90, 5.95 or 6.00, to be determined by drawing on race day.

2. Qualifying - Assuming, as example, 6.00 index, run 5.99 or quicker in both qualifying passes, you go to the back of the qualifying field.  If you run 6.001 in one run and 5.99 in another, you will use the 6.001 as your qualifying time.

3. Breakout - Assuming, as example, 6.00 index, run quicker than a 6.000 in eliminations and you lose.  If two cars run 5.99 or quicker against each other in eliminations, the one closest to 6.000 wins.

4. Fouls - Races with both cars in fault situation - first or worst will apply.

5. Tires - Anything goes.

6. Power Adder - Power adder combinations allowed; i.e. Turbo+Nitrous, Supercharger+Nitrous

7. Exhaust - Mufflers are not required.

8. Wheelie Bars - Permitted.

9. Safety - Fully operational parachute required if car is capable of running 130 mph or faster.  Neck collar required.  HANS Device recommended.  Helmet meeting Snell 2000 or better required.  Fire retardant gloves, jacket and pants required.  Fire retardant shoes recommended.

10. Seat Belts - All seat belts must be 5-point harness or better.  All belts may be no more than 2 years old.  Any belts with safety tag and date torn or cut off will be deemed expired and will not be allowed to run.

11. Chassis - Roll cage is mandatory at a 6-point minimum - 12-point recommended.  Window net recommended.

12. Standard Equipment - Tail light(s) required and must be working.

13. Elimination Ladder - A 16-car field will be qualified for eliminations.  Eliminations will be run on a pro tree using a pro ladder: 1 runs 16, etc.  Entries failing to make the qualified field are permitted to run in the Footbrake eliminations.

14. Points - Points standings will be kept for a year-end prize.  For each race, 5 bonus points will be awarded to the #1 qualifier after 2 rounds of qualifying have been completed.  ***At the end of the season, all drivers that have qualified for every scheduled race will receive a 30-point bonus in appreciation for their perfect attendance and dedication to this class.***

15. Fuel - Gasoline or alcohol permitted.

16. Electronics - Trans brake permitted.  No delay boxes.  No throttle stops.  No down track stutters.

17. Body - Full body cars only. 

18. Crew - At no time other than a catastrophic failure will more than 2 crew members per vehicle be allowed past the staging lanes into the Burnout/Starting Line area.  Once the vehicle has made its run and is off the track both members of the crew must leave the Starting Line area unless servicing team cars back-to-back.

19. Fighting - Any competitor (driver and crew) involved in physical altercation with others will be subject to immediate disciplinary action and may result in disqualification and loss of points.  Any driver or crewmember involved in a physical or verbal altercation with any ODS official will be immediately removed from the speedway and the driver penalized 50 points.  This is a zero tolerance rule with no exceptions.  Keep cool and keep it fun for everyone.  Drivers are responsible for the actions of their crew.

20. Registration for points and car number will be $50 for season.  Entry fee will be $50 per event

21. A driver must qualify the car he/she intends to race.  Points go to the driver, not the car.

22. Track official makes the FINAL decision.


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