State Capitol Raceway
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SCR DRAG RACING RULES and CLASSES :.

Rule books are $10 each in the concession stand

QUICK 16 / TOP DOORSLAMMERS

 

Qualifiers must run 5.79 or quicker. All racers required to meet IHRA rules as outlined in the rulebook for their ET/Speed.

 

 

SUPER PRO

 

Class competes at all ET Bracket events held at SCR. Minimum ET is 8.49 seconds. Section 1A of the IHRA rulebook will be used as guidelines for equipment and safety questions. Any vehicle running or quicker than 6.30 seconds are required to be certified and have a competition license. The use of Delay devices, throttle stops, automated shifter controls and associated wiring that does conform to section 8:2 of the IHRA rule book will be allowed.

 

 

 

NO – ELECTRONICS

 

Class competes at all ET Bracket events held at SCR. Minimum ET will be 14.99 seconds. Section 1A of the IHRA rulebook will be used as guidelines for the equipment and safety questions. The major difference in N/E is the use of electronic or mechanical devices to aid in the performance of the race vehicles or driver is not legal.

 NO delay devices, throttle stops or transbrakes will be allowed in this class.

 

 

 

STREET ET

 

Class competes at all ET Bracket events held at SCR. All vehicles must be street legal; all street equipment must be in working order. Mufflers and DOT approved tires are required. There is no minimum ET to participate in this class. Section 1A of the IHRA rulebook will be used as guidelines for the equipment and safety questions.

 NO delay devices, throttle stops or transbrakes will be allowed in this class.

 

 

MOTORCYCLE ET

 

Competition will be held at designated SCR events in ET bracket format. Section 1C of the IHRA rulebook will be used as a guideline for all equipment and safety questions. Any vehicle running faster than 135 mph or quicker than 9.99 seconds are required to have a competition license

 

 

4-WHEELERS/ATV ET

 

Competition will be held at designated SCR events in ET bracket format. Section 1F of the IHRA rulebook will be used as a guideline for all equipment and safety questions. This class will be 1/8th mile only.

SCR Bye run procedures

First round – We use the previous race winner for the category in competition. This will be for Super Pro, No Electronics and Street ET, Quick and Top are based upon Qualifying.

Round 2- and all preceding rounds prior to computer generated ladders, the best reaction time by a non buyback racer will get the bye providing they did not already have a bye run.

Round 2 and Round 3, bye run will be awarded to the no bye back racer with the best reaction time from the preceding round. If there is a tie on R/T we will use closest to the dial in as a tie breaker. The bye run will roll over if not used until the racer does use it or if they were to lose.

From Round 4 and beyond, all racers are eligible for earning a bye regardless of their bye back status.

How do we produce qualifying. The only criteria used by the computer is best to worst reaction times by the winners from the previous round. The ladder does not consider previous bye runs in this program.