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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.  This is

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 Late model 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.

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. 

10.

Only racing type helmet with full-race shield can be worn.  Helmets that have fire resistant interior – Snell 2005 and up are recommended.

11.

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.

2018 Rules Super Late Models

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 our 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!!!

Please be sure to look over our General Rules for more information about conduct and procedures at Marion Center Speedway. Check out our MCS Info. Tab above for Reserved Parking in Pits, Admission, Race Time, etc.
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MarionCenterSpeedway TheThrillOnTheHill
Racing Saturday Night at 7:30 Race Day Hotline (724)427-4348

2018 Rules Super Late Models

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 our 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!!!

Please be sure to look over our General Rules for more information about conduct and procedures at Marion Center Speedway. Check out our MCS Info. Tab above for Reserved Parking in Pits, Admission, Race Time, etc.

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.  This is 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 Late model

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.

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. 

10.

Only racing type helmet with full-race

shield can be worn.  Helmets that have fire

resistant interior – Snell 2005 and up are

recommended.

11.

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.

CONTACT MCS