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2017 Super Late Model Rules: Download     The following specifications have been prepared by Marion Center Speedway as guidelines for the construction of a Super Late Model.  No warranty of safety is expressed or implied as a result of this publication of rules.  These are intended as a guideline and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to participants, spectators, or officials.  Anything not covered by these specifications should be approved by the track officials and placed in writing.  Continuous developments in auto racing and technology may mandate changes in these rules.  However, it is out intent to enforce and police these rules throughout the season. We   strive   to   keep   the   competition   equal   and   fair   for   all   competitors.      To   accomplish   this,   IF   IT   DOES   NOT   SAY   YOU   CAN   DON’T!!      Try   to   live   within   the   spirit   of   the   rules.      If   you   have   any   questions,   please   contact   track   officials   before   you   are   found illegal for competition. Anything   not   covered   in   these   rules   will   be   up   to   the   discretion   of   the   tech   or   track   officials,   without   recourse   from drivers   or   owners.      Safety   infractions   can   be   cause   for   a   car   to   be   kept   out   of   competition   until   they   have   been   corrected.      The preceding rules are subject to revision and will be judged accordingly.  UNLESS THE RULES SAY YOU CAN – DON’T!!! RACE RECEIVERS: 1 . All   drivers   are   required   to   have   an   operating   “RACECeiver”   in   proper   working   condition,   channeled   to   the   track’s frequency, with fresh batteries. 2 . MANDATORY   for   every   division.      You   must   have   one.      Every   car   will   be   routinely   checked   for   one.      Make   sure   you   have batteries. CAR AND BODY: 1 . Body to be made by WoO Latemodel rules. 2 . No mirrors. 3 . No sharp or jagged edges or outward facing fasteners. 4 . Rear   window   sides   panels   may   be   solid   or   open   no   more   than   40%   of   the   space   BUT,   the   right   and   left   sides   must match (right open & left open or both solid). 5 . The front roof support panels must match and the rear support panels must match. SPOILERS: 1 . No side spoiler. 2 . Rear spoiler no more than 8-inches above deck. 3 . Sheet metal deck height must be no higher than 38-inches off ground with tires inflated. 4 . Rear deck must not exceed the maximum limit at any point across the deck and or spoiler. WEIGHT: 1 . MINIMUM 2200 LB.  WITH DRIVER AFTER RACE.  (NO EXCEPTIONS.) 2 . SAFETY FACTORY:  NO ADDED WEIGHT ABOVE DRIVER SHOULDERS. 3 . WEIGHT   MUST   BE   BEHIND   FRONT   AXLE   AND   NO   FURTHER   BACK   THAN   FUEL   CELL   AND   SECURELY   FASTENED   TO FRAME WITH A ½-INCH BOLT OR LARGER OR ALL THREAD. MUFFLERS:   Optional but highly recommended with exhaust to outside of body with no turn down. TIRES:   1100 Series. CARBURETOR: 1 . Only one 2-barrel or one 4-barrel carburetor permitted. 2 . NO NITROUS OXIDE, NO FUEL INJECTION, NO TURBOS, NO SUPER CHARGERS. ENGINES: 1 . Headers permitted. 2 . Aluminum engines allowed. 3 . Aluminum intake manifold and head are allowed. GAS TANKS:   1 . A   full   metal   firewall   must   be   installed   between   driver   and   engine,   and   between   fuel   tank   and   driver.   The   driver’s compartment MUST be completely enclosed.  2 . Fuel tank must be securely fastened and must be welded and sealed at top, bottom, and sides.  3 . No 5-gallon containers or converted grease or oil containers may be used as tanks.  4 . Fuel lines run under floor, if not, must be covered and sealed at both ends by rubber hose only.  5 . Fuel   cells   must   be   mounted   behind   the   rear   end   housing   between   frame   rails   as   is   the   normal   position   from   the builder   and   it   MUST   be   Securely   Strapped   with   a   minimum   of   two   (2)   Steel   Straps   that   are   bolted   to   the   Chassis (Frame).      Securely   locking   in   the   fuel   cell.      Straps   MUST   be   at   least   two   (2)   inches   wide   and   1/8   inch   thick.      Fuel   Cell must be mounted inside the Fuel Cell Steel Box.  No Part of the Fuel Cell can be below the bottom of the rear housing.  BATTERIES: 1 . Batteries are not allowed in the driver’s compartment. 2 . Batteries must be securely fastened and provisions made to prevent leakage of acid in case of roll over or damage. 3 . A   "master"   battery   disconnect   switch   must   be   mounted   in   cockpit   of   the   car   within   the   drivers   reach   and   easily accessible by the driver. DRIVE SHAFT:   Drive shaft hoop is recommended. STARTERS: 1 . Must be working conditions at all times. 2 . Cars must start and run under their own power. 3 . Must have working reverse. SAFETY: 1 . All seat belts must be in good shape.  They will be checked. 2 . Seat belts must be bolted to frame (not to floor) and pass inspector's approval.  3 . Shoulder harness is required.  4 . Only seat belt with quick release mechanism allowed.  5 . An   aluminum   full   containment   racing   seat   should   be   secured   (bolted)   to   frame   (not   to   floor)   and   roll   cage   high   and low.  6 . Hans Device, Hutchens and/or similar safety restraint system is suggested. 7 . MANDATORY:  A quick release steering wheel. 8 . MANDATORY:      FULL   FIRESUITS:      Any   fire   retardant   coveralls   or   any   fire   retardant   fire   suit   of   one   or   two   piece   ARE REQUIRED.  YOU MUST WEAR ONE OR YOU WILL NOT RACE!  This is for your safety 9 . Racing gloves and shoes are suggested – NO Plastic Gloves.  1 0 . Only   racing   type   helmet   with   full-race   shield   should   be   worn.      Helmets   that   have   fire   resistant   interior   –   Snell   2005 and up are recommended. 1 1 . Should have fire extinguisher within driver's reach. NUMBERS: 1 . Numbers can be of 3 digits and one letter. 2 . No duplicate numbers allowed. 3 . No fractions allowed. 4 . Must be at least 18-inches high and 2-inches wide. 5 . Cars should have 4x4-inch number on the windshield screen and on bumper/rear of car. 6 . All   numbers   must   be   painted   on   both   sides   of   the   car   and   on   the   roof.      All   numbers   must   be   visible   and   legible   - contrasting to color of car.  This means don't put a white number on a silver car.  7 . When a car is registered in the pits, that car can only run that number.  No changing a number later. 8 . If a car comes with a number already registered, that car will be asked to add a letter. 9 . If the race officials cannot read that number, that number will not be scored. MISCELLANEOUS 1 . If   you   have   questions   about   your   car   qualifying   for   these   rules,   any   driver   or   pit   crew   member   has   till   7:00pm   to   ask tech inspector to check their car. 2 . The track officials have the authority to inspect any portion of a car subject to rule specifications for that division. 3 . Any and all decisions of the Tech committee as to a car being legal or illegal are final. 4 . ALL DRIVERS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 MUST HAVE SIGNED WAVER BY PARENT OR GUARDIAN, NOTARIZED. 5 . ALL   RULES   ARE   AT   THE   DISCRETION   OF   MARION   CENTER   SPEEDWAY   OFFICIALS   AND   RESERVE   THE   RIGHT   TO   AMEND, ADJUST, CHANGE, OR DELETE THE RULES WITHOUT NOTICE. 6 . REFER TO THE GENERAL RULES FOR ALL OTHER RULES. 7 . ON THE FIRST NIGHT OF POINTS ALL RULES WILL APPLY!  NO OPEN COMPETITION. The   rules   and/or   regulations   set   forth   herein   are   designed   to   provide   for   the   orderly   conduct   of   racing   events   and   to   establish minimum   acceptable   requirements   for   events.      The   rules   shall   govern   the   conduct   of   all   events,   and   by   participating   in   these events,   all   participants   are   deemed   to   have   complied   with   these   rules.      No   expressed   or   implied   warranty   to   safety   shall   result for   publication   or   compliance   with   these   rules   and/or   regulations.      They   are   intended   as   a   guide   for   the   conduct   of   the   sport and   are   in   no   way   a   guarantee   against   injury   to   the   participant,   spectator,   or   official.      The   race   director   shall   be   empowered   to permit   deviation   from   any   of   the   specifications   herein   or   impose   any   further   restrictions   that   in   his   opinion   do   not   alter   the minimum    acceptable    requirements.        No    expressed    or    implied    warranty    of    safety    shall    result    from    such    alteration    of specification.      Any   interpretation   of   these   rules   is   left   to   the   discrepancies   of   the   officials.      Their   decisions   are   final.   Anyone causing   disturbance   at   the   track   such   as   fighting,   blocking   the   track,   etc.,   will   be   subject   to   1   or   2   week   suspension   or   a   fine   of $300.00   or   both.      They   will   also   be   responsible   for   all   physical   or   property   damage   from   such   disturbance   to   him   or   others.      A fine   of   $300.00   levied   and   paid   before   person(s)   will   be   allowed   on   MARION   CENTER   SPEEDWAY   premises.      Fine   payment   will be   added   to   the   point   fund.      The   track   officials   will   govern   disturbance   on   a   case-by-case   basis.   No   dogs   will   be   permitted   into the pits unless they are service animals only.

Marion Center Speedway

Marion Center Speedway The Thrill On The Hill

The Thrill On The Hill

© Marion Center Speedway  484 Potts Road, Marion Center, PA 15759 Website By: Marion Center Speedway

Marion Center Speedway

Marion Center Speedway The Thrill On The Hill

The Thrill On The Hill

2017 Super Late Model Rules: Download The following specifications have been prepared by Marion Center Speedway as guidelines for the construction of a Super Late Model.  No warranty of safety is expressed or implied as a result of this publication of rules.  These are intended as a guideline and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to participants, spectators, or officials.  Anything not covered by these specifications should be approved by the track officials and placed in writing.  Continuous developments in auto racing and technology may mandate changes in these rules.  However, it is out intent to enforce and police these rules throughout the season. We   strive   to   keep   the   competition   equal   and   fair   for   all   competitors.      To accomplish   this,   IF   IT   DOES   NOT   SAY   YOU   CAN   –   DON’T!!      Try   to   live   within   the spirit   of   the   rules.      If   you   have   any   questions,   please   contact   track   officials before you are found illegal for competition. Anything   not   covered   in   these   rules   will   be   up   to   the   discretion   of   the tech    or    track    officials,    without    recourse    from    drivers    or    owners.        Safety infractions   can   be   cause   for   a   car   to   be   kept   out   of   competition   until   they   have been   corrected.      The   preceding   rules   are   subject   to   revision   and   will   be   judged accordingly.  UNLESS THE RULES SAY YOU CAN – DON’T!!! RACE RECEIVERS: 1 . All   drivers   are   required   to   have   an   operating   “RACECeiver”   in   proper working    condition,    channeled    to    the    track’s    frequency,    with    fresh batteries. 2 . MANDATORY   for   every   division.      You   must   have   one.      Every   car   will   be routinely checked for one.  Make sure you have batteries. CAR AND BODY: 1 . Body to be made by WoO Latemodel rules. 2 . No mirrors. 3 . No sharp or jagged edges or outward facing fasteners. 4 . Rear   window   sides   panels   may   be   solid   or   open   no   more   than   40%   of the   space   BUT,   the   right   and   left   sides   must   match   (right   open   &   left open or both solid). 5 . The    front    roof    support    panels    must    match    and    the    rear    support panels must match. SPOILERS: 1 . No side spoiler. 2 . Rear spoiler no more than 8-inches above deck. 3 . Sheet    metal    deck    height    must    be    no    higher    than    38-inches    off ground with tires inflated. 4 . Rear   deck   must   not   exceed   the   maximum   limit   at   any   point   across the deck and or spoiler. WEIGHT: 1 . MINIMUM 2200 LB.  WITH DRIVER AFTER RACE.  (NO EXCEPTIONS.) 2 . SAFETY FACTORY:  NO ADDED WEIGHT ABOVE DRIVER SHOULDERS. 3 . WEIGHT    MUST    BE    BEHIND    FRONT    AXLE    AND    NO    FURTHER    BACK THAN   FUEL   CELL   AND   SECURELY   FASTENED   TO   FRAME   WITH   A   ½-INCH BOLT OR LARGER OR ALL THREAD. MUFFLERS:       Optional   but   highly   recommended   with   exhaust   to   outside   of body with no turn down. TIRES:   1100 Series. CARBURETOR: 1 . Only one 2-barrel or one 4-barrel carburetor permitted. 2 . NO   NITROUS   OXIDE,   NO   FUEL   INJECTION,   NO   TURBOS,   NO   SUPER CHARGERS. ENGINES: 1 . Headers permitted. 2 . Aluminum engines allowed. 3 . Aluminum intake manifold and head are allowed. GAS TANKS:   1 . A   full   metal   firewall   must   be   installed   between   driver   and   engine,   and between   fuel   tank   and   driver.   The   driver’s   compartment   MUST   be completely enclosed.  2 . Fuel   tank   must   be   securely   fastened   and   must   be   welded   and   sealed at top, bottom, and sides.  3 . No   5-gallon   containers   or   converted   grease   or   oil   containers   may   be used as tanks.  4 . Fuel   lines   run   under   floor,   if   not,   must   be   covered   and   sealed   at   both ends by rubber hose only.  5 . Fuel   cells   must   be   mounted   behind   the   rear   end   housing   between frame   rails   as   is   the   normal   position   from   the   builder   and   it   MUST   be Securely   Strapped   with   a   minimum   of   two   (2)   Steel   Straps   that   are bolted   to   the   Chassis   (Frame).      Securely   locking   in   the   fuel   cell.      Straps MUST   be   at   least   two   (2)   inches   wide   and   1/8   inch   thick.      Fuel   Cell must   be   mounted   inside   the   Fuel   Cell   Steel   Box.      No   Part   of   the   Fuel Cell can be below the bottom of the rear housing.  BATTERIES: 1 . Batteries are not allowed in the driver’s compartment. 2 . Batteries   must   be   securely   fastened   and   provisions   made   to   prevent leakage of acid in case of roll over or damage. 3 . A   "master"   battery   disconnect   switch   must   be   mounted   in   cockpit   of the car within the drivers reach and easily accessible by the driver. DRIVE SHAFT:   Drive shaft hoop is recommended. STARTERS: 1 . Must be working conditions at all times. 2 . Cars must start and run under their own power. 3 . Must have working reverse. SAFETY: 1 . All seat belts must be in good shape.  They will be checked. 2 . Seat   belts   must   be   bolted   to   frame   (not   to   floor)   and   pass   inspector's approval.  3 . Shoulder harness is required.  4 . Only seat belt with quick release mechanism allowed.  5 . An   aluminum   full   containment   racing   seat   should   be   secured   (bolted) to frame (not to floor) and roll cage high and low.  6 . Hans    Device,    Hutchens    and/or    similar    safety    restraint    system    is suggested. 7 . MANDATORY:  A quick release steering wheel. 8 . MANDATORY:      FULL   FIRESUITS:      Any   fire   retardant   coveralls   or   any   fire retardant   fire   suit   of   one   or   two   piece   ARE   REQUIRED.      YOU   MUST WEAR ONE OR YOU WILL NOT RACE!  This is for your safety 9 . Racing gloves and shoes are suggested – NO Plastic Gloves.  1 0 . Only    racing    type    helmet    with    full-race    shield    should    be    worn.      Helmets    that    have    fire    resistant    interior    –    Snell    2005    and    up    are recommended. 1 1 . Should have fire extinguisher within driver's reach. NUMBERS: 1 . Numbers can be of 3 digits and one letter. 2 . No duplicate numbers allowed. 3 . No fractions allowed. 4 . Must be at least 18-inches high and 2-inches wide. 5 . Cars   should   have   4x4-inch   number   on   the   windshield   screen   and   on bumper/rear of car. 6 . All   numbers   must   be   painted   on   both   sides   of   the   car   and   on   the   roof.     All   numbers   must   be   visible   and   legible   -   contrasting   to   color   of   car.     This means don't put a white number on a silver car.  7 . When    a    car    is    registered    in    the    pits,    that    car    can    only    run    that number.  No changing a number later. 8 . If   a   car   comes   with   a   number   already   registered,   that   car   will   be asked to add a letter. 9 . If   the   race   officials   cannot   read   that   number,   that   number   will   not   be scored. MISCELLANEOUS 1 . If   you   have   questions   about   your   car   qualifying   for   these   rules,   any driver   or   pit   crew   member   has   till   7:00pm   to   ask   tech   inspector   to check their car. 2 . The   track   officials   have   the   authority   to   inspect   any   portion   of   a   car subject to rule specifications for that division. 3 . Any   and   all   decisions   of   the   Tech   committee   as   to   a   car   being   legal   or illegal are final. 4 . ALL   DRIVERS   UNDER   THE   AGE   OF   18   MUST   HAVE   SIGNED   WAVER   BY PARENT OR GUARDIAN, NOTARIZED. 5 . ALL   RULES   ARE   AT   THE   DISCRETION   OF   MARION   CENTER   SPEEDWAY OFFICIALS   AND   RESERVE   THE   RIGHT   TO   AMEND,   ADJUST,   CHANGE,   OR DELETE THE RULES WITHOUT NOTICE. 6 . REFER TO THE GENERAL RULES FOR ALL OTHER RULES. 7 . ON   THE   FIRST   NIGHT   OF   POINTS   ALL   RULES   WILL   APPLY!      NO   OPEN COMPETITION. The   rules   and/or   regulations   set   forth   herein   are   designed   to   provide   for   the orderly    conduct    of    racing    events    and    to    establish    minimum    acceptable requirements   for   events.      The   rules   shall   govern   the   conduct   of   all   events,   and by   participating   in   these   events,   all   participants   are   deemed   to   have   complied with   these   rules.      No   expressed   or   implied   warranty   to   safety   shall   result   for publication    or    compliance    with    these    rules    and/or    regulations.        They    are intended   as   a   guide   for   the   conduct   of   the   sport   and   are   in   no   way   a   guarantee against   injury   to   the   participant,   spectator,   or   official.      The   race   director   shall be   empowered   to   permit   deviation   from   any   of   the   specifications   herein   or impose   any   further   restrictions   that   in   his   opinion   do   not   alter   the   minimum acceptable   requirements.      No   expressed   or   implied   warranty   of   safety   shall result   from   such   alteration   of   specification.      Any   interpretation   of   these   rules is   left   to   the   discrepancies   of   the   officials.      Their   decisions   are   final.   Anyone causing   disturbance   at   the   track   such   as   fighting,   blocking   the   track,   etc.,   will be   subject   to   1   or   2   week   suspension   or   a   fine   of   $300.00   or   both.      They   will also   be   responsible   for   all   physical   or   property   damage   from   such   disturbance to   him   or   others.      A   fine   of   $300.00   levied   and   paid   before   person(s)   will   be allowed    on    MARION    CENTER    SPEEDWAY    premises.        Fine    payment    will    be added   to   the   point   fund.      The   track   officials   will   govern   disturbance   on   a   case- by-case   basis.   No   dogs   will   be   permitted   into   the   pits   unless   they   are   service animals only.