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Rules Change

We at Stoney Roberts Productions have made some changes. We have five (5) basic sets of rules for your demolition derby vehicle. We would like to have you e-mail us at rules@stoneyroberts.com for the rules for the event you would like to be in.

There are  two (2) reasons for the change: 1. It gives us your e-mail address so we can communicate with you; and To make sure you have the rules for a specific event

You need to e-mail us at rules@stoneyroberts.com and be sure to include the specific event you want to be in and what you will be using for a vehicle.

Please find our rules and regulations for the different sizes and types of vehicles our demo derby events. Make sure you have te rules and regs for a specific event.

General Rules for 4 Cylinder Automobiles

RULES AND REGULATIONS

A. EACH DRIVER MUST FILL OUT AN ENTRY BLANK. Entry blank denotes cash purse offered.

B. ALL RULES AND REGULATIONS MUST BE OBSERVED.

Track operators or promoter reserves the right to approve or reject any and all entries.

C. ONLY DRIVER AND ONE (1) MECHANIC will be permitted in the pit area or on track.

ARM BANDS WILL BE ISSUED AND MUST BE DISPLAYED AT ALL TIMES.

The entry fee must be cash, money order, or company check. NO PERSONAL CHECKS. ENTRY FEE - $30.00

If you wait and enter the day of the event, you will be required to pay a $10.00 late penalty.

D. BOTH DRIVER AND MECHANIC must be present when vehicle is inspected and certified. Also both must be

present at the driver-mechanic overview meeting held one hour before the event.

E. MEMBERS OF THE AUTO DEMOLITION DERBY are not employees of the track operators or promoter of the Auto Demolition Derby.

DRIVERS ENTRY

1. DRIVERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE and have a valid driver’s permit in their possession. (16 years of age with a notarized parental medical statement

obtained from STONEY ROBERTS Headquarters). Call Toll Free # 1-865-361-5767.

2. ALL DRIVERS MUST SUPPLY THEIR OWN CARS. You are limited to Two (2) 4Cyl Car’s.

3. ALL DRIVERS AND CARS must be entered and at the track 2 hours before the scheduled starting time of the derby.

4. PARTICIPANTS are required to SIGN A RELEASE AND WAIVER of liability and indemnity agreement BE FORE ENTERING any RESTRICTED AREA.

5. ENTER. Early ! Drivers may enter all derbies. Upon payment of entry fee, and receipt of your entry blank. you will be assigned a vehicle number. You must paint

the number authorized you on your front driver, and passengers’ doors in 24 inch letter sizes. Do this only after being issued an Authorized Vehicle Number.

PARTICIPATION REGULATION

1. 4 CYLINDER COMPACT SIZE STOCK HARDTOP AUTOMOBILE OR STATION WAGON ALLOWED. You may use foreign cars, and front

wheel drives. No trucks, Jeeps, 0FF Road vehicles, Rear engine or Mid engine Auto's etc. Maximum wheel base of 106 inches . Minimum wheel

base of 89 inches( if your car is equipped with four wheel drive one of the drive shafts will be required to be removed ). No Mini Subcompacts or

Micro Vehicles Permitted. No AMC Pacers permitted.

2. ALL GLASS AND CHROME TRIM and anything that might become imbedded in the track, must be removed from the car before bringing auto to

the grounds. Also, car must be cleaned out, including trunk. Fire walls must remain in place. They cannot be sectioned or deleted. Do not leave

broken glass in doors, clean them out. WINDSHIELDS MUST BE REMOVED. All AIR BAG SAFETY SYSTEMS ( this includes activation charges )

must be removed.

3. TIRES MUST BE STOCK SIZE, 4 ply only, Maximum rated 45 lbs PSI pressure, Mud & Snow okay, no inner liner, no truck or light truck tires

(LT's), no paddle tires with tractor or ATV aggressive tread. No spoke rims, valve stem guards, or tires held on by being screwed to the rims. Tires

can only be filled with air, no fluids or solids ( tires within a tire are considered reinforcements ) ( tires marked tubeless may have tubes inserted in

them.) Remove all wheel balance weights inside and out.

4. A MAXIMUM OF FIVE (5) GALLONS OF GASOLINE WILL BE ALLOWED. GAS TANKS behind the axle should be moved to the interior driver's

compartment back seat area. No original gas tanks will be permitted inside the divers compartment. If in drivers compartment the replacement

tanks must be completely covered by a Metal firewall. If gas tanks are located in front of the rear axle they can be left in place but should be covered

with a skid plate ( between ground and tank) to prevent them from being damaged, from the ground side. Only unleaded gasoline with a maximum

octane level of 93 will be permitted. BOOSTED or RACING FUEL will not be allowed. If you have a car equipped with a fuel pump in the gas tank, you

must install an emergency cut off switch upon the dash with a red circle painted around it. No external fuel pumps will be allowed within the drivers

compartment. If you run gas lines in the drivers compartment they must be double lined & double clamped. (a fuel line within another line.)

5. ONLY ONE (1) BATTERY Passenger car or Marine will be allowed. A maximum of 1,000 cold cranking amps will be permitted. It must be incased

in some way to catch any leaking acid if it should become ruptured. It can be in front floorboard area. Must be mounted & covered for participants

protection. No heavy Equipment batteries allowed.

6. NO REINFORCEMENTS OF ANY KIND WILL BE ALLOWED. Only exception will be the driver side front and passenger door. Reinforcement bars

or plates added to the drivers and passenger side doors may not exceed eight inches (8") past the vertical seams of the door. You may insert a dash bar

maximum 2 ˝" in diameter from ”A” Pillar to “A” Pillar if dash is removed. Trailer hitches or any type of stiffening device are considered reinforcements.

You may Weld rear ends or differentials to create a positive traction rear end. Rear ends cannot be chained. No mini truck rear ends. No solid shocks

or adding extra clamps or springs to suspension (suspension must work). Welding of bumper shocks are considered reinforcements. Maximum bumper

height is 20 inches from the ground to the center of the bumper for 4Cyl's. It is suggested that you attach two vertical metal rods or chains approximately

12 inches from each end of the windshield opening to protect driver from hood coming off of hinges and collapsing back in to the driver compartment..

7. STANDARD EXHAUST SYSTEM may be removed or cut off just aft of the front seats. Do not position exhaust to deflect the heat out to the side of

the vehicle. Additional headers, stacks, or custom manifolds cannot protrude more than 6" past the level of the hood nor through the body of the car.

8. DO NOT WELD OR BOLT hood or trunk lids down with any type all thread bolts or rods.. Use wire only on up to six points of hoods. Trunks can be

chained shut in four places only. All doors must be Chained shut or welded (Chain is preferred on at least one door to allow for quick removal of

injured participants). If doors are welded a maximum of three (3) , four inch (4") welds in length on the two vertical seams per door will be permitted.

If a driver’s side door comes open, he or she will be disqualified.

9. A 10 BY 12 INCH HOLE must be cut into the center of hood, to allow for early fire detection. ALL Metal Fan Blades must be removed. They may

be replaced with polycarbonate plastic blades. Only exception will be if your car is equipped with a slip clutch fan blade and fan shroud or came stock

with an electric fan and shroud. You may create your own fan shroud out of some type of thin metal material & replace stiff original fans with slip

clutch fans. You may use electric fans ( only one) on cars that did not come equipped with them from the factory.

10. PRIOR TO BRINGING CARS TO FAIRGROUND radiators must be drained and back flushed of all antifreeze coolants. They then can be refilled

with water or any of the new naturally biodegradable coolants. You must evacuate all air conditioning apparatus (lines & pumps) and gas refrigerant

coolants from your vehicles. Transmission coolers may be used but must stay within the engine compartment. (under the hood)

11. SAFETY BELTS, HELMETS (DOT approved), AND IMPACT RESISTANT EYE PROTECTORS are required. If car was equipped with a shoulder

restraint system including lap belt, both must be used. Driver can be disqualified at any time if either belt or helmet is removed during a heat. Driver's

must wear long sleeve shirts & pants. You should consider wearing some type of fire retardant coveralls for this event. No electronic communications

between driver and any other individuals permitted. NO TWO WAY RADIO'S. No deliberate head-on collisions or deliberately ramming a driver’s door.

This can lead to disqualification. A TIME LIMIT will be set by the judges. IF A DRIVER DOES NOT HIT A LIVE CAR WITHIN THE TIME LIMIT, this can

lead to disqualification. No Possums !

12.. ALL CARS MUST BE REMOVED FROM GROUNDS BY THE OWNER NO LATER THAN 8 :00 A.M. THE NEXT DAY FOLLOWING THE

DERBY. THIS IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY, so make arrangements before derby time. ADDITIONAL SAFETY REGULATIONS MAY BE IMPOSED

depending on the track. Rules are subject to change to fit event . If you have any safety concerns, Call 1-888-361-5767. Just because it is not stated in

the rules does not make it allowable. If you have Doubts or Questions call. THE DECISION OF JUDGE IS FINAL. ANY DRIVER NOT OBEYING

THE RULES WILL BE DISQUALIFIED.

 

General Rules & Regs Full Size Trucks & VANS Specialty Heat

RULES AND REGULATIONS

NOTE: ALL STONEY ROBERTS DEMO EVENT ENTRY, PARTICIPATION RULES ,VEHICLE SET-UP RULES, AND SAFETY RULES

4Cyl & Full Size Vehicles shall Apply to this SPECIALTY EVENT.

DRIVERS ENTRY

1. DRIVERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE and have a valid driver’s permit in their possession. (16 years of age with a notarized parental medical statement

obtained from STONEY ROBERTS Headquarters). Call Toll Free # 1-865-361-5767.

2. ALL DRIVERS MUST SUPPLY THEIR OWN TRUCKS. You are limited to One (1)Full Size Truck or One (1) Full Size Van.

3. ALL DRIVERS AND VEHICLES must be entered and at the track 2 hours before the scheduled starting time of the derby.

4. PARTICIPANTS are required to SIGN A RELEASE AND WAIVER of liability and indemnity agreement BEFORE ENTERING any RESTRICTED AREA.

5. ENTER EARLY! THERE WILL BE A QUOTA SET PER DERBY. Drivers may enter all events. Upon payment of entry fee, and receipt of your entry you

will be assigned a vehicle number. You must paint the number authorized you on your front driver, and passenger doors in 24 inch letter size

PARTICIPATIO N REGULATIONS

1. ANY FOREIGN OR DOMESTIC FULL SIZE STOCK PICK-UP TRUCK or VAN up to 3/4 tons. Trucks may be two or four door with extended cab.

Vans may be up to 15 passengers, and cargo vans. You may us four wheeled drive models: if four wheeled drive one of the drive trains must be

disconnected (Your Choice). No Jeep Wranglers, CJ 5, or CJ 7. No Super heavy Duty, Commercial, or Military duty Vehicles. No Soft tops or

Fiberglass tops.

2. ALL GLASS AND CHROME TRIM and anything that might become imbedded in the track, must be removed from the truck before bringing it to the

grounds. Also, Fire walls must remain in place. They cannot be sectioned or deleted. Do not leave broken glass in doors, clean them out.

WINDSHIELDS MUST BE REMOVED. All AIR BAG SAFETY SYSTEMS ( this includes activation charges )must be removed. You must place some

type of screen in two door pick-ups back glass opening to prevent arms or head from extending from the opening. It is suggested to pad drivers side

doors & rig a headrest or padding behind all two door truck seats to protect the driver also. You may cut holes in upper sections of cargo vans that have

solid sides to aid in driver visual sight paths.

3. TIRES MUST BE STOCK SIZE, Truck tires can be up to 8 ply, no inner liner, no wire spoke rims, no split rims. Mud & Snow okay, no paddle

tires with tractor or ATV aggressive tread. No spoke rims, No split rims, valve stem guards, or tires held on by being screwed to the rims. Tires can only

be filled with air, no fluids or solids ( tires within a tire are considered reinforcements ) ( tires marked tubeless may have tubes inserted in them.) Remove

all wheel balance weights inside and out.

4. A MAXIMUM OF FIVE (5) GALLONS OF GASOLINE WILL BE ALLOWED. GAS TANKS must be moved to truck bed just aft of the rear window,

or in the case of an extended, four door cab it can be located in the back seat area if properly covered by a metal firewall. Trucks with tanks located

inside the frame mid vehicle can be left but should be covered with a skid plate to help protect being punctured from track side. Only unleaded

gasoline with a maximum octane level of 93 will be permitted. BOOSTED or RACING FUEL will not be allowed. If you have a truck equipped with a

fuel pump in the gas tank, you must install an emergency cut off switch upon the dash with a red circle painted around it. No external fuel pumps will be

allowed within the drivers compartment. If you run gas lines in the drivers compartment they must be double lined & double clamped. (a fuel line within

another line.)

5. ONLY ONE (1) STOCK BATTERY will be allowed. A maximum of 1200 cold cranking amps will be permitted. It must be incased in some way to

catch any leaking acid if it should become ruptured. It may be moved into the passenger floorboard area. Must be mounted & covered for your safety.

6. NO REINFORCEMENTS OF ANY KIND WILL BE ALLOWED. Only exceptions will be the driver side front door, and you may insert a dash bar from

“A” Pillar to “A” Pillar ( Max 2 ˝ “ Dia. ) if you remove your dash. Reinforcement bars or plates added to the drivers side doors may not exceed eight

inches (8") past the vertical seams of the door. Truck beds( See Number 7) . Trailer hitches or any type of stiffening device are considered

reinforcements. You may Weld rear ends or differentials to create a positive traction rear end. Rear ends cannot be chained. No interchangeable rear

ends. Only stock rear ends. No solid shocks or adding extra clamps or springs to suspension (suspension must work). Welding of bumper shocks are

considered reinforcements. Maximum bumper height is 26 inches from the ground to the center of the bumper. It is suggested that you attach two

vertical metal rods or chains approximately 12 inches from each end of the windshield opening to protect driver from hood coming off of hinges and

collapsing back in to the driver compartment.

7. DO NOT WELD OR BOLT hoods down. All doors must be secured with Chain or welded shut. If a driver’s side door comes open, he or she will be

disqualified. If doors are welded, a maximum of 3- four inch welds in length on 2- vertical seams per door will be permitted. Truck tail gates must be

factory or none at all. Factory tailgate must be welded shut with a maximum of eight- 4 inch welds (welds may be on the vertical or horizontal seams).

Factory Pick-up Beds only. No wooden, steel flat beds, or dump beds allowed. You are permitted to fasten the truck bed down with eight additional

fasteners or four inch welds. You may weld the steering sectors. You must cover the back cab window with some type of screen and place at least two

vertical hood bars within the windshield opening. ( To prevent hood from coming in on driver.) You should place a vertical bar/post running from the

floor board to the top of the cab bolted from inside out near the center of the back window. The post should be strong enough to act as a brace if you

should go inverted on your top. You may place an interior roll over bar within the cab of the truck. NO HALO BARS on the exterior of the vehicle.

Bumpers must be stock only. No Commercial bumpers, car bumpers, wooden bumpers, or home made fabricated bumpers. No tow hitches, brush

guards, or running boards.

8. STANDARD EXHAUST SYSTEM may be removed or cut off just aft of the front seats. Do not position exhaust to deflect the heat out to the side of

the vehicle. Additional headers, stacks, or custom manifolds cannot protrude past the level of the hood or through the body of the truck etc.

9. A 10 BY 12 INCH HOLE must be cut into the center of hood. To allow for early fire detection. ALL Metal Fan Blades must be removed. They may

be replaced with polycarbonate plastic blades. Only exception will be if your truck is equipped with a slip clutch fan blade and fan shroud or came

stock with an electric fan and shroud. You may create your own fan shroud out of some type of thin metal material & replace stiff original fans with slip

clutch fans. You may use electric fans ( only one) on trucks that did not come equipped with them from the factory.

10. PRIOR TO BRINGING TRUCK TO FAIRGROUND radiators must be drained and back flushed of all antifreeze coolants. They then can be refilled

with water or any of the new naturally biodegradable coolants. You must evacuate all air conditioning apparatus (lines & pumps) and gas refrigerant

coolants from your vehicles. Transmission coolers may be used but must stay within the engine compartment. (under the hood)

11. SAFETY BELTS, HELMETS (DOT approved), AND IMPACT RESISTANT EYE PROTECTORS are required. If truck was equipped with a

shoulder restraint system including lap belt, both must be used. Driver can be disqualified at any time if either belt or helmet is removed during a heat.

Driver's must wear long sleeve shirts & pants. You should strongly consider fire retardant safety gear. No electronic communications between driver

and any other individuals permitted. NO TWO WAY RADIO'S. No deliberate head-on collisions or deliberately ramming a driver’s door. This can lead

to disqualification. A TIME LIMIT will be set by the judges. IF A DRIVER DOES NOT HIT A LIVE TRUCK WITHIN THE TIME LIMIT, this can lead to

disqualification. No Possums!

12. ADDITIONAL SAFETY REGULATIONS MAY BE IMPOSED depending on the track. Rules are subject to change to fit the event . If you have any

safety concerns, call 1-888-361-5767 ANY DRIVER NOT OBEYING THE RULES WILL BE DISQUALIFIED. ALL VEHICLES MUST BE REMOVED

FROM THE GROUNDS BY THE OWNER or assigned documented personnel. The time permitted and procedure will be announced at the

drivers meeting and must be strictly adhered too.

 

COMPACTS MINI VAN & MINI PICK-UP TRUCK, Mini SUV’s

WE CONSIDER THESE AS SPECIALTY HEATS

RULES AND REGULATIONS

A. EACH DRIVER MUST FILL OUT AN ENTRY BLANK. .

B. ALL RULES AND REGULATIONS MUST BE OBSERVED.

Track operators or promoter reserves the right to approve or reject any and all entries.

C. ALL OTHER STONEY ROBERTS DEMO EVENT DRIVER ENTRY, PARTICIPATION RULES, VEHICLE SET- UP

RULES, AND SAFETY RULES SHALL APPLY TO THIS EVENT.

DRIVERS ENTRY

1. DRIVERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE and have a valid driver’s license in their possession.( 16 years of age with a

notarized parental medical statement obtained from Stoney Roberts Headquarters.)

2. ALL DRIVERS MUST SUPPLY THEIR OWN VEHICLES. You are permitted one Mini Van & one Mini Pickup per driver.

3. PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO SIGN A RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT BEFORE ENTERING ANY

RESTRICTED AREA.

4. ENTER EARLY ! THERE WILL BE A QUOTA SET PER DERBY. Drivers may enter all derbies. Upon payment of entry fee, and receipt of your entry

blank, you will be assigned a vehicle number. You must paint the number authorized you on your front driver, and passenger doors in 24" inch

letter size. Do this only after being issued an Authorized Vehicle Number.

PARTICIPATION REGULATIONS

1. Mini Vans & Mini Pickups 4 & 6 Cyl. will compete in their own specialty heat. The Mini Vans & Mini Pickups will have their own Cash purse WILL

BE INDICATED ON THE ENTRY BLANK. No Snub Nose Vans or Trucks. Stock Mini trucks may be two or four door with extended cab. ( if your car or truck is

equipped with four wheel drive one of the drive shafts will be required to be removed ) .

2. ALL GLASS AND CHROME TRIM and anything that might become imbedded in the track, must be removed from the car before bringing to the grounds.

Also, trucks must be cleaned out, including beds. Do not leave broken glass in doors, clean & vacuum them out. WINDSHIELDS MUST BE REMOVED.

3. Mini Van TIRES MUST BE STOCK SIZE, 4 ply only, no inner liner, no truck or light truck tires, no wire spoked rims. Tires can only be filled with air, no fluids

or solids. (tires within a tire are considered reinforcements) (tires marked tubeless may have tubes inserted in them) Remove all wheel balance weights. Mini

Pickups may have up to 8 Ply tires.

4. A MAXIMUM OF FIVE (5) GALLONS OF GASOLINE WILL BE ALLOWED. GAS TANKS behind the axle must be moved. No Original Gas tanks will be

allowed in the drivers compartments. If a substitute fuel cell or gas tank is in drivers compartment the tanks must be completely covered by a Metal firewall.

If gas tanks are located in front of the rear axle and inside of frame rails they can be left in place but should be covered with a skid plate ( between ground

and tank) to prevent them from being damaged from the ground side. Mini Pickups GAS TANKS must be moved to truck bed just aft of the rear window, or in

the case of an extended, four door cab it can be located in the back seat area if properly covered by a metal firewall. Trucks with tanks located inside the frame

mid vehicle can be left but should be covered with a skid plate to help protect being punctured from track side. Only unleaded gasoline with a maximum octane

level of 93 will be permitted. BOOSTED or RACING FUEL will not be allowed. If you have a vehicle equipped with a fuel pump in the gas tank, you must install

a emergency cut off switch upon the dash with a red circle painted around it. No fuel pumps will be allowed within the driver's compartment. If you run gas lines in

the drivers compartment they must be double lined & double clamped. (a fuel line within another line.)

5. ONLY ONE (1) STOCK BATTERY will be allowed. A maximum of 850 cold cranking amps will be permitted for Mini Vans.

ONLY ONE (1) STOCK BATTERY will be allowed. A maximum of 1200 cold cranking amps for Trucks & Mini Suv’s will be permitted.

6. NO REINFORCEMENTS OF ANY KIND WILL BE ALLOWED. Only exception will be the driver side front & passenger side front door,( IT is recommended

that both drivers & passenger side door be reinforced with steel bar / angle iron / or pipe . length not to extend past 8 inches on either side of doors vertical

seam ). You may weld the rear end differentials to create a positive traction rear end. It is suggested that you attach two vertical metal rods or chains 12 inches

from each end of the windshield opening to protect driver from hood coming off of hinges. Trailer hitches or any type of stiffening device are considered

reinforcements. Welding of bumper shocks are considered reinforcements. Maximum bumper height for Mini-Vans is 20 inches from the ground to the center of

the bumper. Mini Trucks- you may create roll over bars on the interior or exterior cab(to prevent top of cab collapsing).Truck beds( See Number 7) Maximum

Mini-Truck bumper height of 22 inches height from center of bumper for compact trucks. You must place some type of screen in two door pick-ups back glass

opening to prevent arms or head from extending from the opening. It is suggested to pad drivers side doors & rig a head rest or padding behind all two door truck

seats to protect the driver.

7. STANDARD EXHAUST SYSTEM may be removed or cut off just aft of the fire wall. NOT PERMITTED: additional headers, stacks, custom manifolds that

protrude above the level of the hood or extend past the body of the vehicle or through the interior of the vehicle. DO NOT WELD OR BOLT hoods down. Use wire.

All doors must be chained shut or secured with wire ( wire is preferred on at least one door to allow for quick removal of injured participants). If a driver’s side

door comes open, he or she will be disqualified. If doors are welded, a maximum of 2- four inch welds in length on 2- vertical seams per door will be permitted.

Truck tail gates must be factory or none at all. Factory tailgate must be welded shut with a maximum of four 4" inch welds. Factory Pick-up Beds only. No

wooden, steel flat beds, or dump beds allowed. You are permitted to fasten the truck bed down with eight additional fasteners or four inch welds. You may weld the

steering sectors. You must cover the back cab window with some type of screen and place at least two vertical hood bars within the windshield opening. ( To

prevent hood from coming in on driver.) You should place a vertical bar/post running from the floor board to the top of the cab bolted from inside out near the

center of the back window. The post should be strong enough to act as a brace if you should go inverted on your top. Bumpers must be stock only. No

Commercial bumpers, car bumpers, wooden bumpers, or home made fabricated bumpers. No tow hitches, brush guards, or running boards.

8. ALL FAN BLADES must be removed. Only exception will be if your vehicle is equipped with a slip clutch fan blade and fan shroud or came stock with an

electric fan and shroud. You may add - on one (1) electrical fan or additional transmission cooler. Transmission coolers must stay under the hood. If your vehicle is

missing a fan shroud you may create your own shroud with some type of thin metal. Do not alter slip clutch fans in any method to prevent them from slipping as

designed.

9. A 12 BY 15 INCH HOLE must be cut into the center of hood to allow for early fire detection.

10. PRIOR TO BRINGING CARS TO FAIRGROUND radiators must be drained and back flushed of all antifreeze coolants. They then can be refilled with

water or the new naturally biodegradable animal friendly coolant. Disconnect & discharge all Air Bag Systems. Disconnect, discharge & remove all air

conditioning refrigerant systems.

11. SAFETY BELTS, HELMETS, AND IMPACT RESISTANT EYE PROTECTORS are required. If car was equipped with a shoulder restraint system including

lap belt, use both. Driver can be disqualified at any time if either belt or helmet is removed during a heat. Long sleeve-shirts & pants should be worn. You should

consider wearing fire retardant clothing.

12. ALL CARS MUST BE REMOVED FROM GROUNDS BY THE OWNER NO LATER THAN 8 :00 A.M. THE NEXT DAY FOLLOWING THE DERBY. THIS IS

YOUR RESPONSIBILITY, so make arrangements before derby time.

13. THE DERBY WILL BE COMPOSED OF HEATS AND A Specialty heat for Mini Vans, Mini Pickups & Mini SUV’s. FEATURE HEAT WILL BE HELD Last

night of the event . Cash prizes and trophies to each heat winner and grand prize to feature winner. Feature heat will be comprised of winners from each heat of

all shows at that event. Also one winner from each Mini truck, Mini van & Mini SUV’s heats. You will need a Full Size Car to compete in the Feature Event. The

shows designated Best Appearance Theme: Is denoted on the entry blank and pertains to both cars and Mini Vehicles.

 

General Rules for 6 & 8 Cylinder automobiles

RULES AND REGULATIONS

A. EACH DRIVER MUST FILL OUT AN ENTRY BLANK.

B. ALL RULES AND REGULATIONS MUST BE OBSERVED. Track operators or promoter reserves the right to approve or reject any

and all entries.

C. ONLY DRIVER AND ONE (1) MECHANIC will be permitted in the pit area or on track.

ARM BANDS WILL BE ISSUED AND MUST BE DISPLAYED AT ALL TIMES.

The entry fee must be cash, money order, or company check. NO PERSONAL CHECKS. Entry fee - $30.00 (No Refund).

If you wait and enter the day of the event, you will be required to pay a $10.00 late penalty.

D. BOTH DRIVER AND MECHANIC must be present when vehicle is inspected and certified. Also both must be

present at driver-mechanic overview meeting held one hour before event.

E. MEMBERS OF THE AUTO DEMOLITION DERBY are not employees of the track operators or the promoter of the Auto

Demolition Derby .NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES are allowed in pit area. Drivers or Pit crews caught drinking disqualifies

their car and driver.

DRIVERS ENTRY

1. DRIVERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE and have a valid driver’s permit in their possession. (16 years of age with a notarized parental medical statement

obtained from STONEY ROBERTS Headquarters). Call Toll Free # 1-865-361-5767.

2. ALL DRIVERS MUST SUPPLY THEIR OWN CARS. You are limited to three (3) Full Size cars per this session one must be a Six ( 6 ) Cylinder

( must be different class, different size type vehicles) No two alike on same night.

3. ALL DRIVERS AND CARS must be entered and at the track 2 hours before the scheduled starting time of the derby.

4. PARTICIPANTS are required to SIGN A RELEASE AND WAIVER of liability and indemnity agreement BEFORE ENTERING any RESTRICTED AREA.

5. ENTER EARLY ! To avoid the late payment penalty. Drivers may enter all derbies. Upon payment of entry fee, and receipt of your entry blank, you will be

assigned a vehicle number. You must paint the number authorized you on your front driver, and passenger doors in 24 inch letter size.

PARTICIPATION REGULATION

1. 8 Cyl or 6 Cyl STOCK HARDTOP AUTOMOBILES OR STATION WAGONS ARE ALLOWED. THIS INCLUDES FOREIGN AUTO'S. You may use

front wheel drive vehicles. No trucks, jeeps, hearses, limo's, ambulances, convertibles, SUV's, Rear engine auto's, 4 x 4s, Camaros, Firebirds and El Caminos, Chrysler Imperials or

Imperial Sub Frames. Full Size auto's must have a Wheel Base of 105" or greater. Wheel base is measured center of hub to center of hub.

2. ALL GLASS AND CHROME TRIM and anything that might become imbedded in the track, must be removed from the car before bringing auto to

the grounds. Also, car must be cleaned out, including trunk. Fire walls must remain in place. They cannot be sectioned or deleted. Do not leave broken glass in doors, clean them

out. WINDSHIELDS MUST BE REMOVED. All AIR BAG SAFETY SYSTEMS ( this includes activation charges ) must be removed.

3. TIRES MUST BE STOCK SIZE, 4 ply only, Maximum rated 45 lbs PSI pressure, Mud & Snow okay, no inner liner, no truck or light truck tires (LT's), no paddle tires

with tractor or ATV aggressive tread. No spoke rims, valve stem guards, or tires held on by being screwed to the rims. Tires can only be filled with air, no fluids or solids ( tires

within a tire are considered reinforcements ) ( tires marked tubeless may have tubes inserted in them.) Remove all wheel balance weights.

4. A MAXIMUM OF FIVE (5) GALLONS OF GASOLINE WILL BE ALLOWED. GAS TANKS behind the axle should be replaced with a smaller type tank (Boat Tank)

and be position in the back seat area or if your car has a shelf in the back of the trunk on that shelf. No original gas tank will be permitted in the driver's compartment back seat

area. If in drivers compartment the tanks must be completely covered by a Metal firewall. If gas tanks are located in front of the rear axle they can be left in place but

should be covered with a skid plate ( between ground and tank) to prevent them from being damaged, from the ground side. Only unleaded gasoline with a maximum octane

level of 93 will be permitted. BOOSTED or RACING FUEL will not be allowed. If you have a car equipped with a fuel pump in the gas tank, you must install an emergency cut

off switch upon the dash with a red circle painted around it. No external fuel pumps will be allowed within the drivers compartment. If you run gas lines in the drivers compartment

they must be double lined & double clamped. (a fuel line within another line.)

5. ONLY ONE (1) BATTERY Passenger car or Marine will be allowed. A maximum of 1,000 cold cranking amps will be permitted. It must be incased in some way to catch

any leaking acid if it should become ruptured. It can be in front floorboard area. Must be mounted & covered for participants protection. No heavy Equipment batteries

allowed.

6. NO REINFORCEMENTS OF ANY KIND WILL BE ALLOWED. Only exception will be the driver side front door, and you may insert a dash bar from “A” Pillar to “A”

Pillar ( Max 2 ˝" Dia. ) if you remove your dash. If you have a car with no “B” pillars you may create “B” pillars. If you use a seat bar it cannot go from “B” pillar to “B” pillar. It

may go from the “B” pillar behind driver’s seat at an angle down to the passenger side floorboard. Trailer hitches or any types of stiffening devices are considered reinforcements.

You may Weld rear ends or differentials to create a positive traction rear end. Rear-ends cannot be chained. No Truck Rear-ends. No flipping of Rear-ends. No leaf spring

conversions, or leaf over conversions will be permitted. No solid shocks or adding extra clamps or springs to suspension (suspension must work). Vehicles that comes stock with

leaf springs can have no more than six leafs per side. Welding / pinning of bumper shocks are considered reinforcements. Maximum bumper height is 24 inches from the ground

to the center of the bumper for 6 & 8Cyls. You may insert up to three bars in the windshield opening to prevent hood collapsing back upon driver. No hard nosing of Front Ends

or Rear Ends. No solid welded Motor Mounts. Motor Mounts must have Rubber between the Frame bracket and the Motor bracket. No tilted Frames. No slip drive shafts.

7. STANDARD EXHAUST SYSTEM may be removed or cut off just aft of the front seats. Do not position exhaust to deflect the heat out to the side of the vehicle. Additional

headers, stacks, or custom manifolds cannot protrude more than 6” up past the normal level of the hood. Nor can they pass through the body of the car etc.

8. DO NOT WELD OR BOLT hood or trunk lids down with any type all thread bolts or rods.. Use wire only on up to six points of hoods. Trunks can be chained shut in four

places only. Doors must be Chained shut or welded (Chain must be used on at least one door to allow for quick removal of injured participants). If doors are welded a maximum of

three (3) , four inch (4") welds in length on the two vertical seams per door will be permitted. If a driver’s side door comes open, he or she will be disqualified.

9. A 12 BY 15 INCH HOLE must be cut into the center of hood, to allow for early fire detection. ALL Metal Fan Blades must be removed. They may

be replaced with polycarbonate plastic blades. Only exception will be if your car is equipped with a slip clutch fan blade and fan shroud or came stock

with an electric fan and shroud. You may create your own fan shroud out of some type of thin metal material & replace stiff original fans with slip

clutch fans. You may use electric fans ( only one) on cars that did not come equipped with them from the factory.

10. PRIOR TO BRINGING CARS TO FAIRGROUND radiators must be drained and back flushed of all antifreeze coolants. They then can be refilled

with water or any of the new naturally biodegradable coolants. You must evacuate all air conditioning apparatus (lines & pumps) and gas refrigerant

coolants from your vehicles. Transmission coolers may be used but must stay within the engine compartment. (under the hood)

11. SAFETY BELTS, HELMETS (DOT approved), AND IMPACT RESISTANT EYE PROTECTORS are required. If car was equipped with a shoulder

restraint system including lap belt, both must be used. Driver can be disqualified at any time if either belt or helmet is removed during a heat. Driver's

must wear long sleeve shirts & pants or coveralls ( it is suggested that you consider wearing a fire retardant suit of some type if you have moved your gas tank within the drivers

compartment of the car). No electronic communications between driver and any other individuals permitted. NO TWO WAY RADIO'S. No deliberate head-on collisions or

deliberately ramming a driver’s door. This can lead to disqualification. A TIME LIMIT will be set by the judges. IF A DRIVER DOES NOT HIT A LIVE CAR WITHIN THE

TIME LIMIT, this can lead to disqualification. No Possums !

12.. This DERBY will be composed of individual heats each and a CHAMPIONSHIP FEATURE HEAT held at the close of the evening event. Cash prizes and trophies for

each heat winner and grand prize and trophy to feature winner. Feature heat will be comprised of winners from each heat event. The show will have a designated Best

Appearance Theme as denoted on the entry blank for each day. The show will also have a Best Mechanic award.

13. ALL CARS MUST BE REMOVED FROM GROUNDS BY THE OWNER NO LATER THAN 8 :00 A.M. THE NEXT DAY FOLLOWING THE DERBY. THIS IS

YOUR RESPONSIBILITY, so make arrangements before derby time. ADDITIONAL SAFETY REGULATIONS MAY BE IMPOSED depending on the track. Rules are

subject to change to fit event . If you have any safety concerns, Call 1-888-361-5767. Just because it is not stated in the rules does not make it allowable. you have Doubts or

Questions call. THE DECISION OF JUDGE IS FINAL. ANY DRIVER NOT OBEYING THE RULES WILL BE DISQUALIFIED. ALL CARS MUST BE

REMOVED FROM GROUNDS

 

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