Street Race

KOTS action only at Motor Mile Dragway!

1st event of 2020 
April 4th at Motor Mile Dragway

Class Rules

Congratulations to our 2019 King, Terry Harris and the runner up PJ Hooper.

Street Race 2020 (edited 10-6-19)

Heads UP,  .400 Pro-Tree,  Draw For Pairings,  No Times Shown

* SB stock valve angle, non raised intake runner – 2600
* SB non-stock valve angle and/or raised intake runner - 2700
* BB nitrous, stock bore space, stock valve angle +/-2°, non-raised intake runner up to 638ci – 3050
- Stock OEM passenger block, SB & BB - deduct 100lbs (LS and Hemi not elegable)
+ Ford "A" heads by any manufacturer, Head Hunter, Victor or equivalent add 100lbs.
+ Add 50lbs for a single stage fogger (maximum two .125" orifice solenoids) instead of a plate system. Permitted on small blocks only.
+ Add 50lbs for a second stage.  Permitted on small blocks only.
* Push systems or cold nitrous systems prohibited.

# Nitrous plates only allowed traditional spray bars that are on the same plane as the plate spacer body.  A maximum of 2 nitrous jet fittings or inlets permitted.  No fogger nozzles permitted,  No tubing or parts may hang below the plate inside the manifold.   Any plate with those characteristics will be considered a fogger for weight and eligibility.   All plates must be either 4150 or 4500 spacer type with a maximum thickness of 1".  Nitrous Outlet Stinger 1-4 permitted unmodified.  Only 1 nitrous solenoid permitted to feed the plate.

* Conventional roots 6-71 - 2800lbs
* Supercharger 91mm/9.75inch volute - 2800lbs
* Supercharger 94mm/9.75inch volute - 3000lbs
- Deduct 100lbs for cast wheel Ysi
+ Add 50lb if running methanol as primary fuel
* Procharger F-1C-94, Vortech V-30 94B, or smaller
* Any OEM production vehicle stock blowers permitted.
* Roots blown may use 2 carbs

* Small blocks only


* Compressor inducer cannot exceed 76.2mm tip to tip and exducer cannot exceed 116 mm.

* T-76 -  96.5 x 88.5 max turbine - 2850lbs
* T-76 -  99 x 91 max turbine - 2950lbs

+ Add 50lb if running methanol as primary fuel
* All turbocharger entries must be willing to remove and disassemble the turbo for tech inspection.  This will only be done after the final round. Refusal to do so if asked will result in forfeiture of winnings and points.
* Small blocks only


* SB  –  No minimum weight. 

* BB with conventional heads within 6 degrees of stock valve angle - 2400

* BB with non-conventional/Pro Stock/Symmetrical type cylinder heads 2600

+ Cast tunnel ram/sheet metal/dual carbs on SB N/A add 50

* Standard bore space engines only.


* Must retain OEM frame from the strut towers or forward most suspension bolt to driver's footwell.

* Must have working headlights & tail lights.

* Firewall must remain intact and in the OEM location.

* No beam tripper / flag / extender permitted.


* All entries must utilize a single carb or throttle body intake manifold except carbed roots blown.

* No billet heads or blocks permitted.

* Owner may be asked to remove a cylinder head to check bore and stroke, valve angle, ect. This will only be done after the final round. Refusal to do so if asked will result in forfeiture of winnings and points.


* Any transmission type permitted.

* Lock up converters are prohibited.


* Any commercially available gasoline or ethanol based race or pump fuel permitted.
* Methanol entries permitted only VP M1 or Renegade Pro. No other type fuels permitted.

* Any suspension permitted.
* Wheelie bars are prohibited.

* All combos limited to a 275/60-15 or 28x10.5 (non-W).

* Drive tires must be of drag compound only. 


* All entries limited to one power adder.
* .400 Pro-tree will be used.
* The only competition fowls will be, red lighting, crossing or touching the center line or startup timeout.
* If both competitors foul, first is worse and will result in the loss.
* Negotiated starts allowed.  Racers may set out their opponent by giving the back tire and/or agree to go on their leave.
  KOTS Starter must be informed before staging.
* After callouts are made before the first round, accepted or refused, the remaining racers will draw for pairing.
* No callouts permitted after 1st round.
* If a racer is broke, he will not be eligible for call outs. 
* Racers may only receive one drawn bye run.  If a racer draws a second bye run card, the cards will be re-shuffled and everyone will draw again.
* All bye runs (drawn or competition) must be a legal FULL THROTTLE pass.  Failure to make a full throttle pass will result in disqualification and the racer will be out.
* Red card gets right lane, black card gets left lane.
* Bye runs are determined by odd card. 
* Racers are not guaranteed to hear the call to the scales or lanes.   
* Drawing for each round is done 10 minutes after the last car goes down in the prior round or shakedown.  Drives are expected to meet at the scales as soon as their car is back in the pits and chargers/coolers hooked up.  If a driver is not present in time for the drawing, Craig Stout will draw for them in their absence.

*If a racer has a failure to start or other problem, they will be given 1 minute to resolve the problem.   After the 1 minute, they will be disqualified.  Once the burnouts are done, racers may stage at their leisure as long as the car is not disabled and not being worked on.  If it is, the 1-minute rule applies.
The first pair will be sent to the burnout box as soon as it is cleared by the track officials.  Each racer must be in or rolling in by the time the pair ahead has turned off the track.   Failure to be suited up and strapped in when you are called to pull up will start the 1 minute timer.

* Points stay with the driver not the car.  A driver may substitute or replace their car with a different car that meets class rules as long as the car has not competed in that season with a different driver.  The exception is if the driver purchases the car that was previously raced and intends to continue to race it.

* A driver may retain points with a substitute driver in case of medical inability to drive.