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#1 INSSA?
im_hiding_too

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02/13/2008 10:24 AM

Is this class planning on running this year? I haven't seen much chatter on these boards. Every other series got lynched for waiting so long to get their schedual out. Come on, if you want to be viewed as an elite series, then operate like an elite series. I guess maybe I should start to follow the modifieds and sprints.
 
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sg3594

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02/13/2008 10:53 AM

Thanks for the interest. Just trying to secure a couple out of town dates. Our State Line schedule has been posted for quite some time. Just making sure all of our ducks are in a row. More to follow.
 
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BlackRacing

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02/14/2008 2:21 PM

Have the same question.....been looking on the website but NO 08 schedule or rules yet; it's almost March?
 
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gslatemodel

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02/14/2008 3:32 PM

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#5 Schedule
news2me

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02/15/2008 6:28 AM

2008 Preliminary Race Dates
Subject to change. Race Dates Only.

APRIL

SAT 5th Racers Jamboree: Everyone is Invited! Road Runners, Fever 4's, Bump to Pass, Hobby Cars, Street Stocks, Late Model 4's, Early Stocks, Late Models, Modifieds, INSCA Winged Sprints... Picture/Media Day
WED 9th Wednesday Night Fever - Season Premiere
SAT 12th ICAR Racing Series - Hobby Cars - Street Stocks
WED 16th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 19th Northwest Modifieds - West Coast Vintage Racers - Golden Wheels - INSCA Winged Sprints
WED 23rd Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 26th INSSA Super Stock Series - NW Pro 4 Trucks - Hobby Cars
WED 30th Wednesday Night Fever

MAY

SAT 3rd ICAR Racing Series - INSCA Winged Sprints - Street Stocks
WED 7th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 10th ASA Aero Exhaust Northwest Tour - Early Stocks - Late Model 4's
WED 14th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 17th Northwest Modifieds - Northwest Legends
WED 21st Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 24th INSCA Winged Sprints - Outlaw Compacts - Street Stocks
WED 28th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 31st INSSA Super Stock Series - Late Model 4's - Hobby Cars

JUNE

WED 4th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 7th Gary Miller Memorial Race NW Modifieds - Early Stocks
WED 11th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 14th INSSA Super Stock Series - Hobby Cars - Street Stocks
WED 18th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 21st Northwest Pro 4 Nationals: Foreign Stock Car Auto Racers - Late Model 4's - Northwest Pro 4 Alliance - INSCA Winged Sprints
TUE 24th Northwest Legends Speedweeks: Legends Cars RACEceiver National Touring Series Qualifier "The Road to Elko"
WED 25th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 28th INSSA Super Stock Series - Hobby Cars - Street Stocks - Early Stocks

JULY

WED 2nd Wednesday Night Fever
THUR 3rd Demolition Derby & Fireworks Extravaganza
WED 9th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 12th Late Model 4's - Early Stocks - Hobby Cars
WED 16th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 19th Northwest Modifieds - INSCA Winged Sprints
WED 23rd Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 26th ICAR Racing Series - Northwest Legends
WED 30th Wednesday Night Fever

AUGUST

FRI 1st NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 200 Weekend: INSSA Super Stock Series Duel for the 200 - Hobby Cars - Early Stocks
SAT 2nd NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 200 Weekend: Rocky Mountian Challenge Series Duel for the 200 - NW Pro 4 Trucks - Outlaw Compacts
SUN 3rd 9th Annual NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 200 - NW Pro 4 Trucks - Outlaw Compacts

WED 6th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 9th ICAR Racing Series / Rocky Mountain Pro Stocks - Northwest Outlaw Street Stocks
WED 13th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 16th 93 Lap Doyle Braton Memorial NW Modifieds - Foreign Stock Car Auto Racers - Vintage Modifieds
WED 20th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 23rd Northwest Super Shoe Show! NSRA ASA Northwest Sprint Cars - Northwest Legends
WED 27th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 30th SMASH a POLOOZA 2008! Demolition Derby & Other Insane Stuff

SEPTEMBER

WED 3rd Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 6th INSCA Winged Sprints - Late Model 4's - Early Stock Championship
WED 10th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 13th Northwest Modifieds - Rocky Mountain Pro Stocks Championship - Street Stock Championship
WED 17th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 20th Championship Night: INSSA Super Stock Series - NW Pro 4 Trucks - Hobby Cars
WED 24th Wednesday Night Fever
SAT 27th THE SLOBBERKNOCER: Limited Late Models, ICAR Racing Series, Rocky Mountian Pro Stocks

OCTOBER

WED 1st Wednesday Night Fever - Season Finale
 
#6 Rules
news2me

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02/15/2008 6:30 AM

STATELINE SPEEDWAY
General Rules
NO GLASS CONTAINERS OF ANY KIND ALLOWED IN PITS.
1. All persons entering the pits shall be bound by these rules whether a member or not and subject to all fines or penalties if found in violation of said rules. Copy of current driver license must be on file for ALL drivers.
2. All persons upon entering the pit area should be dressed in clean shirts, full length pants no cut offs, if working on cars and a member of Insurance Program. All persons must sign in at back gate and wear pit pass at all times. Random drug test may be required.
3. No hard alcohol or drugs on track property. (Beer ok AFTER race.)
No glass containers of any kind allowed in pits.
No pets or animals of any kind.
No tire greasing.
4. No personal cars in pits. Five miles per hour (5 mph) in the pits, a penalty will be assessed to violators. No post race spectator auto traffic allowed in pits. One hour maximum loading curfew after final event.
5. Drivers must wear clean fire resistant firesuit on track at all times, the suit must be free of holes or tears or alterations. It is required to wear Snell 2000 rated approved racing helmet minimum at all times on the racetrack.
6. No repairs on track, no tools or you will be docked one (1) lap. Any car dragging or sparking may be sent to the pits for inspection.
7. Entering the pits for any reason, you will be sent to the back of the pack. (Except in emergency, with flagman discretion.)
8. If you cause a Red flag, you go to the back of the pack.
9. If you CAUSE a Yellow flag, you may be moved to the back of the pack.
10. Three (3) unassisted spins in a race is subject to disqualification from that event.
11. Cars will receive two (2) qualifying laps, except Wednesdays, fastest lap will be taken. No extra laps in case of a spinout. Those cars that have failed to qualify or late arrivals will start at back of events.
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General Rules
12. Anyone thought to be -inchSTROKING-inch may or may not be lap-checked in the first race that car runs that day. If the time logged on the lap-check is three-tenths (3/10) faster than the logged time, the lap-checked time will be used to place that car in the rear of the next race of his class for that day.
13. Decision of the flagmen is final (no protest).
14. Season Championships, all cars must have run at least one (1) previous races with the class to be able to run, and be a point standing member.
15. Poor sportsmanship, rough driving, causing a problem, showing bad temper, ignoring black flag, fighting, using bad language, distracting flagman during races. Any of these may get you a twenty-five dollar to two-hundred dollar ($25.00 to $200.00) fine, shut down for two (2) or more races or barred from the speedway for life by the promoter. Driver is responsible for all people associated with his car. Any suspension includes car number. If you touch an official you may be arrested or suspended or both.
16. Yellow laps don’t count, except fifty (50) plus lap mains, then only two (2) yellow laps count. In event of a Red flag we go back to previous green flag. Black Flag laps will not be counted, if ignored, you will subject to suspension. We do not race to the yellow.
17. Five (5) laps will be attempted under the Green flag on all mains. The race will be considered completed when the checkered flag has been displayed. -inchRace runs Green to Checkered.-inch Promoter determines size of main events.
18. Copy of current driver license must be on file for ALL drivers.
19. The car owner and/or driver will be responsible for the conduct of all persons associated with that car, including cleaning and housekeeping. Only the car owner or driver shall bring matters to the officials.
20. Any driver involved in accident of any consequence must be released by an ambulance driver, or if removed to the hospital must upon returning to the race track at any events thereafter show a written release from the examining doctor before being allowed to drive in another race. Drivers may be required to show adequate safety maneuverability in and out of car from time to time, also a release may be required by a medical doctor prior to racing activities.
21. All cars must have operating mufflers. (They will be checked). Ninety-five decibels at one-hundred feet (95 db at 100’) Car numbers must be readable. Car number must be neat appearing, twenty-four inches by three inches (24-inchx 3-inch) wide on both front doors and roof facing tower. Six inch (6-inch) minimum on upper windshield, passenger side.
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General Rules
22. Track management reserves the right to change racing program at their discretion.
23. Sales and advertising and/or any material displayed only by approval of management in designated area.
24. Nothing can be sold in pits or grandstands or on track property without permission from management.
25. Tower & Pit phones and radios are off limits, except to authorized personnel.
26. No foot traffic between pits and grandstands inside fenced area.
27. All persons in pits must attend pit meeting, and have track EMS Group Coverage.
28. No video taping of any type without written permission from management. We do not recognize or use -inchinstant replay.-inch
29. No radio equipment of any kind allowed in cars or pits. (Except Super Stocks and Special Traveling Groups.)
30. Travelers will be allowed to run only with pit boss, tech man, or promoters permission.
31. All cars entering pits are subject to tear-down at tech discretion.
32. Protest will be handled at the pit shack ONLY! -- AFTER THE LAST MAIN EVENT! Protest committee will level all fines and suspensions and make final decisions. NO ONE is allowed to go to the tower area with a protest.
33. No Substitute drivers, points will be awarded to the person driving the car as registered, if they are registered as a Stateline member. Permanent numbers will be on all cars. No changing numbers on a car after that car has timed in.
33 A. Co-drivers are allowed. A maximum of two drivers only per car will be allowed. If they both buy and register the same car number at the time car number is registered. Co-driver may only register under one car number per class. Previous year car numbers will be held available until the first race. Co-drivers must sign up at the time they register that number. There-after any late registering new co-drivers that register during the year must declare their co-driver at the time of car number purchase.
33 B. Co drivers may share the driving duties. Points will be awarded to them both by car number, however on any given single race-day only one driver may race the car.
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General Rules
34. If any car or driver misses a race no points will be earned.
35. Cooling systems shall contain water ONLY. Stop leak OK. NO ANTIFREEZE AND NO WATER WETTER.
36. If the rule book or the tech man don’t say you can do it You can’t do it! - So don’t do it.
37. No exiting car while on track until safety crew tells you it is OK to exit your car. Drivers must remain seat-belted in their cars until race is stopped or official permission to exit is given, except in case of fire. No pit personal on track at any time without permission from pit boss.
38. NO BAR-B-Q OR OTHER OPEN FLAMES IN PIT AREA.
Driving Rules
1. The following color flags (some may also be lights) will be obeyed with out question:
GREEN: Go, race has started or restarted. At start of race, you may not pass any cars until you cross start/finish line; which means you must have your front bumper behind the rear bumper of the car in front of you. On restarts, you may race as soon as the flag drops.
YELLOW: Caution, slow down, and hold your position. NO PASSING. Cars will be returned to the positions held upon the completion of the last racing (-inchgreen flag-inch) lap before racing will be resumed. Car(s), which caused the display of the yellow flag, may be required to take position(s) at the rear of the field.
RED: Emergency; race has stopped; stop your car safely as soon as possible without causing an accident. Drivers must remain seat-belted in their cars at all times on track until official permission to exit is given, except in case of fire.
WHITE: One lap to go.
CHECKERED: Race is completed when the checkered flag is displayed. Exit track safely and observe pit speed rule.
BLACK: Report to Pit Boss immediately. Cars that receive a mechanical black flag during an event must be cleared by the Pit Boss (or Club official designated by the Pit Boss) before reentering the event. No protesting of black flag. Explanation will be given. Blatant disregard of black flag for two (2) consecutive laps will result in removal of all points and money for the race program.
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BLACK w/RED DOT: Mechanical problem, report to Pit Boss.
BLUE w/YELLOW DIAGONAL STRIPE: Hold your position; you are being lapped.
RED ORANGE YELLOW STRIPE: Restart - Line up in original positions.
2. CAR ON INSIDE HAS RIGHT OF WAY, except when being lapped. Right of way is established when front wheel of inside car is even with driver’s door of outside car.
3. Any car entering the track at any point must yield the right of way. 5-mphspeed limit in the pits. Exercise caution.
4. No rough driving. Penalties or disqualification’s at the discretion of the Flagman after consultation with the Driving Committee.
5. When one driver dumps another car, the car at fault will re-start at the back of the field; the car dumped will retain his/her position at Flagman’s discretion.
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STATELINE SPEEDWAY
Pure Hobby Stocks Construction Rules
1. ALL CARS must be neat appearing, no sharp or protruding edges. Any car deemed unsafe by techman will be disqualified period.
2. No convertibles. Ford to Ford, GM to GM, Mopar to Mopar, etc. No compacts. Minimum wheelbase one hundred and five inches (105-inch.)
3. Window net is required.
4. Drivers must wear fire resistant firesuit on track at all times. It is required to wear a minimum Snell 2000 rated approved racing helmet at all times on the racetrack.
5. Cars must have an aluminum-racing seat, racing approved seat belt, full shoulder harness, and headrest are required. Fire gloves, fire shoes, and neck brace recommended.
6. It is required that all cars carry a fully charged dry chemical or CO2 fire extinguisher of at least two (2) pound minimum and be in easy reach of the driver. No car is allowed on the track with an empty or defective extinguisher.
7. Battery is to be securely mounted and enclosed, either in engine compartment, or behind driver seat. Subject to techman approval.
8. All glass must be removed except full windshield, all cars will have a vertical bar of one-half inch by one-half inch (½-inch X ½-inch) in the center of the full windshield frame. A one-half inch (½-inch) diameter pipe is OK. Windshields will have retainers - two (2) on the top and two (2) on the bottom. If full windshield is removed, a full screen must replace it, the mesh cannot be larger than one-half inch (½-inch) and it must be securely fastened.
9. Hood must be pinned, doors bolted, welded or chained shut. Trunk lids must be pinned, not bolted, shut.
10. Mufflers must be securely fastened and in working order. 95 DB at 100 feet.
11 Motors
A) Stock cast iron intake and exhaust manifold only, air cleaners are required. Maximum of two (2) barrel five hundred (500) CFM carburetor. No porting or polishing of heads. No Machining of center of the intake. Hydraulic cam only. Stock distributor. Maximum one inch (1-inch) adapter for carburetor. Any stock cast-iron manifold (no Corvette - Bow Type - Z28 manifolds.)
B.) OEM parts ONLY - No speed equipment.
12. Bumpers must be of stock type, both front and rear and in stock location, with no sharp edges. The bumpers must be strapped or bolted to fenders.
13. Cars must have all four (4) brakes in working order.
14. Stock rear ends only, Ford to Ford, GM to GM, Mopar to Mopar, no locked or limited slip rear ends allowed. If both tires spin when car is on jack, rear end will be deemed illegal.
Pure Hobby Stocks Construction Rules
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15. Fuel cells
A) The bottom of the fuel cell must be above the bottom of the rear bumper and be a minimum of twelve inches (12-inch) from back bumper and mounted securely, must be encased in 20 gauge steel subject to tech approval.
B.) The . must not protrude from the body shell.
C) Fuel cell shall not be in driver’s compartment.
D) No fuel pumps in driver’s compartment.
E) Any fuel lines through driver’s compartment must be surrounded in
metal pipe or conduit with no connections.
F) All cars must have a steel firewall between driver and the fuel cell.
Drivers compartment must be sealed.
G) Battery is to be securely fastened either in engine compartment, or
behind driver’s seat, subject to tech approval
16. No electric fuel pumps are permitted.
17. Driver’s door is to be fully protected with a minimum six inches by three-eighths inch (6-inch x 3/8-inch) steel plate or a six inch by one-quarter inch (6-inchx 1/4-inch) channel located in the center of the door to extend minimum of twelve inches (12-inch) in the front and the rear of the door, all sharp edges removed. Bar to be bolted with three-quarter inch (3/4-inch) steel stove bolt, threaded end inside with a six inch (6-inch) backing plate. Minimum four (4) bolts, two (2) in the door and one (1) on each end of the bar. All Hobby Cars will have External Door Bar.
18. Full roll cages required. – Front hoop allowed, subject to tech approval.
19. Roll cage. Roll bars are required and must be of at least one and one-half inches (1-1/2-inch) O.D. steel pipe, one-eighth inch (1/8-inch) wall thickness, one and one-half inches (1-1/2-inch) by ninety-five hundredths (.095) wall thickness on tubing. All cages must be constructed of good quality material with neat appearing welds and gussets. No screw couplings allowed. Roll bars must be welded or securely fastened inside the car to the floor pan and braced on the rear main bar. All roll bars have to have three (3) sissy bars on the driver’s side connected with three (3) vertical bars in the center, with a minimum of two (2) sissy bars on the passenger side. Center roof bar optional. All cars must have a rear safety bar attached to the main cage to protect gas tank. The right hand side of the roll cage cannot come over any farther to the left than the right side frame rail. Right of the cage must be vertical and parallel to the frame.
20. All door panels must be left intact and all sharp edges must be removed.
21. No trimming, cutting, or removing of body panels, except gutting of hoods. Body is to remain stock. Reasonable secured trimming of wheel wells above tires is permitted. Techman’s discretion. (No jagged edges)
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Pure Hobby Stocks Construction Rules
22. One hundred eighty degree (180o) scattershield required on all cars mounted under floor boards. Reinforced belt material is acceptable three-eighths inch (3/8-inch) thickness minimum. Entire transmission hump must be covered if belt material used. Scattershield must run from firewall to rear of transmission on all automatics.
23. All open-drive lines will have a metal strap or chain loop, twelve inch (12-inch) maximum behind front universal. Strap or chain must not exceed three inches (3-inch) below the drive line. Drive line painted white for safety.
24. Radiator must be in stock location, with stock core support, you may install radiator protector, maximum sixteen feet (16’) in length and no larger than one inch (1-inch) O.D. standard pipe or tubing, one-eighth inch (1/8-inch) wall thickness. Braces to attach to frame forward of upper A frame, and not forward of bumper. No antifreeze allowed.
25. Right side wheels must be reinforced, minimum double center. Reinforced by a minimum of one-quarter inch (1/4-inch) steel plate, or suitable reinforcing, suitable to techman’s approval. You may use approved racing wheels. Rims seven inches (7-inch) maximum. No tires to extend outside of body on left side of the car, right side may extend no more than one (1-inch) inch.
26. Only NUTREAD tires approved by Stateline Speedway are allowed. Tire tread must not have any cords showing. Maximum tire size seven (7-inch) inches wide. Special compound trick tires will not be tolerated.
27. Stock suspension only, heating or cutting springs allowed, caster and camber must be within one and one half inch (1 ½ -inch) of neutral, on both sides of front end Shocks must be stock or stock replacements. No air shocks, a six inch (6-inch) minimum riding height at bottom of lowest part of car. Stock sway bars and sway bar mounts ONLY. NO thread all or chain allowed for adjustment purposes. Rear adjustable shackles allowed.
28. Car number must be neat appearing, twenty-four inches by three inches (24-inchx 3-inch) wide on both front doors and roof facing tower. Six inch (6-inch) minimum on upper windshield, passenger side.
29. All cars must be self-starting at the start of program, and may only run one class per days event.
30. Race cars will not be permitted to carry ANY onboard computers, micro-controlled processors, recording devices, cell phones, electronic memory chips, digital readout gauges or traction control devices.
31. If it doesn’t say you can do it, You Can’t.
Please note promoter reserves the right to change any rule at his discretion.
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STATELINE SPEEDWAY
Demolition Derby Construction Rules
1. A) Any passenger car or station wagons - no convertibles, pickups or import cars or Imperials.
B.) Roof top sign required - see Demolition Derby Rule Number #15.
2. Remove all glass. (Windshield optional) Screen on driver’s side only. All outside chrome, plastic or trim, and flammable material inside the car must be removed. Plastic dashes must be removed prior to entering pits.
3. Gas tank must be removed, with a suitable container securely fastened in the rear seat area, and must be covered with metal fire shield. Must have four (4) holes under or around tank for drainage.
4. Two (2) adequate fire extinguisher holes in the hood without sharp edges.
5. All cars must carry a working fire extinguisher within drivers reach.
6. Driver’s side door bar, and Passenger side door bar is required. Minimum six feet (6’) long, minimum six inches (6-inch) wide, securely fastened with six inch (6-inch) backing plates, with a minimum three-quarter inch (3/4-inch) bolts. (No grader blades, or flat plate) (Channel or guard rail OK, Channel to car not exposed.)
7. All cars must have a red X on driver’s door three inches (3-inch) wide.
8. All Cars must have a cross brace from door to door with a six inch by six inch (6-inch x 6-inch) plate at each end behind driver. Also must have an upright brace from floor to top with six inch by six inch (6-inch x 6-inch) plate at each end behind driver, and attached to center post. Both made of two inch (2-inch) O.D. pipe or larger. Must have padded headrest.
9. Any carburetor is allowed, no visible speed equipment allowed. Must have air cleaner.
10. Electric fuel pumps optional. They must have an easily accessible ON-OFF switch located in a yellow square, with the OFF switch clearly indicated. IF you use an electric fuel pump, your car must have the letter E painted next to your number.
11. Cooling system (if used) must remain in stock position. No antifreeze allowed.
11a.Transmission lines must be sealed and covered. Transmission cooler must be located away from driver compartment, (not outside of the car), and covered subject to tech approval.
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Demolition Derby Construction Rules
12. One twelve (12) volt CAR battery only may be relocated inside the car, adequately secured to the floor and covered.
13. Any engine in any chassis as long as motor mounts remain in stock position. No altering of firewall.
14. Impact type bumpers ONLY may be welded solid with a weld on the expansion cylinder only. (Please drill a hole in the gas cylinder before welding; it is full of gas and may explode.) Trailer hitches must be removed.
15. Numbers must be painted on roof top sign, two foot by three foot (2’x 3’). Numbers shall be two inches (2-inch) wide and eighteen inches (18-inch) high. Must have numbers on both sides.
16. Only DOT passenger wheels and tires are allowed. Maximum wheel width is seven inches (7-inch). One tube optional per wheel, filled with air only. Right hand side wheels must have reinforcing plate or washers. No fork lift or other special tires.
17. Seat belt with shoulder harness required.
18. Cars entering the track must have working brakes.
19. All doors, hoods, trunk lids and tailgate must be chained ONLY with three-sixteenths inch (3/16-inch) or larger chain. May bolt hood to core support. (Must also be chained.) Trunk may be bolted to floor pan. (Must also be chained.)
20. Drivers must wear helmet and clean one piece, long sleeve coveralls, helmet with shield, goggles. Fire suits strongly recommended.
21. No welding suspensions or reinforcing is permitted to the frame.
22. If you lose any tire from the wheel or get a flat you must stop.
Car and Driver Entry: $30.00 per race with registration
For information: Call Stateline Speedway (208) 773-5019.
To register by mail send $30.00 & a Stamped Self Address Envelope to:
Stateline Speedway
P.O. Box 1346
Post Falls, ID 83854
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STATELINE SPEEDWAY
RWD Fever 4’s Compacts Construction Rules
1.
Any one hundred one (101-inch) inch wheel base maximum four (4) passenger sedan type car, rear wheel drive, foreign or domestic, and originally equipped with a four (4) cylinder carbureted engine. All cars shall be brightly painted and maintained in a neat manner. Primer is not acceptable as paint. Dents are to be kept to a minimum. Car numbers must be neat appearing, in contrasting colors, 24 inches high on both doors and roof. Six inch (6-inch) minimum number on upper windshield, passenger side.
1 A. WEIGHT: Minimum weight two thousand, three hundred and fifty pounds (2,350 lbs.) with driver and gear. 56% left side max.
2. Any four (4) cylinder automotive type engine GM to GM, Ford to Ford, etc. No porting or polishing. No rotary - no rear engine. No dual overhead cam.
3. Any stock transmission three (3) speed, four (4) speed, five (5) speed, or automatic, Ford to Ford, GM to GM, etc. Clutch plate and flywheel assembly will be stock Ford to Ford, GM to GM, etc. No light-weight Flywheels, Flywheels may not be lightened, will be tech’d for thickness. Only minimal resurface allowed - .125 maximum. No aluminum flywheels. All Flywheels must be a minimum of 18lbs.
4. All heads will be untouched will be stock with stock lifters and stock CAM gears, No dual overhead cams Adjustable CAM gears OK.
5. Stock cast iron OEM exhaust manifolds. Stock OEM intake manifold. No machining.
A) Carburetor adapters OK - one inch (1-inch) maximum. Holley Carburetor not to exceed one two (2) barrel five hundred cfm (500 cfm) maximum. No Webber, or sidedrafts carburetors allowed. Air cleaner required. No side drafts, no blowers, no injectors, no nitrous, and no turbos.
6. Any coil type battery ignition. No magnetos. Battery must be strapped both ways. A marked kill switch must be accessible from the driver’s side window.
7. Any rear end in any car but must use stock mounts per car used and must be bolted in stock location. Rear weight jacks only. Locked rear ends optional. No quick change, Detroit lockers or floaters rear ends.
8. Pump gas only. No exotic fuels, such as nitrous and methanol.
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RWD Fever 4’s Compacts Construction Rules
9. Caster and Camber must be within one and three-quarters (1 3/4-inch) inch of neutral. Struts must be maintained in stock location with allowance for reasonable adjustment within one inch (1-inch) torching or cutting of springs, use of lowering blocks optional. Stock suspension, coil to coil, leaf to leaf, torsion bar to torsion bar. ALL cars shall have accessible tow hooks front and rear. No after market accessories. Ride height will be four and one-quarter (4 1/4-inch) inches minimum.
A) Strut stabilizer are allowed. Shall be made of no more than one inch (1-inch) material. A vertical bar may be used from the frame to the back or top of the strut tower on each strut. A horizontal stabilizer between these bars may also be used.
10. Outside auto bodies to remain stock with floor pan used. No wings allowed. Maximum 4-inch Spoiler. You may trim inner and outer fender panels for reasonable tire clearance. No fiberglass parts unless OEM, except nose trim and hood.
A) Original stock floor pan and frames will be maintained. Front firewall will remain stock. Front firewall holes must be patched with steel.
B.) All exhaust must be in stock location and exit underneath the car behind driver, parallel to frame, No exhaust outside frame rails. No exhaust pipes above floorboard.
C) Gutting of interior flammable material is required.
D) Hoods must have hood pins only, NO BOLTS!
11. Fuel cells must be securely fastened, and encased in 20 gauge steel. All cars with electric fuel pump must have a main kill switch. Switch is to be mounted on the center of the dash, inside a four inch by six inch (4-inch X 6-inch) bright yellow area with easy to read on and off instruction.
A) The bottom of the fuel cell must be above the bottom of the rear bumper and be a minimum of twelve inches (12-inch) from back bumper and mounted securely, subject to tech approval.
B.)The filler neck must not protrude from the body shell.
C) Fuel cell shall not be in driver’s compartment.
D) No fuel pumps in driver’s compartment.
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RWD Fever 4’s Compacts Construction Rules
E) Any fuel lines through driver’s compartment must be surrounded in metal pipe or conduit with no connections. All cars must have a steel firewall between driver and the fuel cell. Drivers compartment must be sealed. Battery is to be securely fastened either in engine compartment or passenger side floor board, or behind driver seat, subject to tech approval. Trunk floor is to be cut out for adequate drainage for trapped fuel.
12. Full windshield is required, with clips and center strap.
13. Doors must be bolted or welded, No metal or protruding bolts on outside of body.
Roll cage: Roll bars are required and must be of at least one and one-half inches (1½-inch) O.D. steel pipe, one-eighth inch (1/8-inch) wall thickness, one and one-half inches (1½-inch) by ninety-five hundredths (.095) wall thickness on tubing. All cages must be constructed of good quality material with neat appearing welds and gussets. No screw couplings allowed. Roll bars must be welded or securely fastened inside the car to the floor pan and braced on the rear main bar. All roll bars have to have three (3) sissy bars on the driver’s side connected with three (3) vertical bars in the center, with a minimum of two (2) sissy bars on the passenger side. Center roof bar optional. All cars must have a rear safety bar attached to the main cage to protect gas tank. The right hand side of the roll cage cannot come over any farther to the left than the right side frame rail. Right of the cage must be vertical and parallel to the frame.
Front Hoop: One and one-half (1-inch½-inch) material maximum. Hoop is subject to tech approval. No bumper reinforcement.
14. Radiators must have a one gallon metal catch can securely fastened or be run into the exhaust no further than three inches (3-inch) from manifold. Excessive water dumping will be cause for the black flag. Radiator must be in stock location. No anti-freeze allowed.
15. Aluminum racing seat only, no fiberglass of plastic seats.
16. Safety belts are required and must be of racing approved three inch (3-inch) wide lap belt and two inch (2-inch) wide shoulder harness. Safety belts must be securely fastened to roll cage. Five (5) point harness recommended. Window nets required.
17. All open drive lines will have a metal strap or chain loop twelve inches (12-inch) behind front universal. Strap or chain must not exceed three inches (3-inch) below the drive line. A one hundred and eighty (180) degree scattershield is required on all cars and must be located underneath the car between the bell housing and the floorboards. Scattershield must start at the back of the block and extend a minimum of twelve inches (12-inch) back over bell housing. Reinforced belt material is acceptable three-eighths inch (3/8-inch) minimum thickness. Drive line to be painted white for safety.
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18. Bumpers must be stock type, both front and rear, and in stock location. The bumpers must be securely fastened and bolted to the quarter panels with two inch (2-inch) metal straps. Cars must have neat appearing grills. Aftermarket plastic bumper covers allowed.
19. Cars must have all four (4) wheel brakes in working order, and must stop in a reasonable distance.
20. Stateline Speedway Approved tires ONLY! See approved list. No cords showing. No slicks. No racing tires. Wheel width seven inch (7-inch) maximum.
21. Mufflers must be securely fastened and in working order. Loud mufflers will not be tolerated, ninety-five decibels at one hundred feet (95 Db at 100’). All exhaust must be muffled in stock location and exit underneath the car behind driver downward.
22. Safety approved racing wheels or aluminum wheels on right side are required. Seven inch (7-inch) steel or aluminum width maximum. – No tires to extend outside the body of the left side of the car, one (1-inch) inch maximum allowed on the right side.
23. A fully charged dry chemical, CO2, or Halon, two pound (2 Lb.) minimum fire extinguisher is required.
24. Drivers must wear a clean (No holes, No tear) fire resistant firesuit on track at all times. It is required to wear a minimum Snell 2000 rated approved racing helmet at all times on the race track. A racing approved seat belt, full shoulder harness, window-net and headrest are required. Fire gloves, fire shoes, and neck brace recommended. All suits and helmets will be inspected for wear.
25. No radio, cellular phones, computer or any other equipment of any kind allowed in race cars.
26. All cars to be self-starting, and may only run one class per days event and may only run in the -inchFever 4 class.-inch
27. Race cars will not be permitted to carry ANY onboard computers, micro-controlled processors, cell phones, recording devices, electronic memory chips, digital readout gauges or traction control devices.
28. If it doesn’t say you can do it, You Can’t.
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STATELINE SPEEDWAY
Bump to Pass Rules
This class is a special invitation only class. You are encouraged to apply with the promotor. Minimum driving age is 18 years old. The following minimum safety rules are minimum track policy. All cars must be built to the rules as written.
1. Drivers must wear racing approved firesuit, and neck brace and a Snell 2000 rated racing helmets at all times on the track. A four point racing approved seatbelt, minimum of 3-inch, window nets, and headrests are required. . Seat belt must be 3-inch minimum lap belt and 2-inch shoulder harness. Shoulder harness must be fastened to the upright bar behind driver’s seat, with a minimum of a 3/8-inch bolt. Fire gloves, fire shoes are recommended. Aluminum racing seat required no fiberglass or plastic. a) Insurance dictates no passengers will be allowed at anytime.
2. All car numbers are first come, first served on registration day. Drives that raced the previous year will have first choice of numbers. NUMBERS MUST COMPLY WITH RULE NUMBER EIGHT (#8)
3. Cars must pass tech and safety inspections before racing. All cars will be kept up through out the race season. Demo cars allowed, must pass inspection. Cars that are smoking or leaking fluids excessively will not be able to race. Front visibility and hood area must past tech.
4. All trophy dashes are no contact, and the heat raced are rub and run only. First two laps of the main event are not contact. If there is spinning you will be black flagged and sent to the pit at the discretion of the flagman and the tower.
5. If you are unsure of a rule, check with an official before following through.
6. The points will be handled in the tower like all the classes. Points will be awarded as follows
1 point for timing in the car, 1 point for starting the heat race, 1 point for starting the main event
1 point for finishing 50% or more of main event.
7. Any passenger cars or station wagons are allowed. No pick-ups, Camino/ranchero, convertibles or import cars. Minimum wheelbase of 113-inch or full-framed passenger cars.
8. Roof top signs are required. Numbers must be painted on both sides of roof sign. Roof sign shall be 2’x 3’. Numbers shall be a minimum of two inches (2-inch) wide and a minimum of eighteen inches (18-inch) high. Sign must be made out of metal or wood. Numbers shall be painted in contrasting colors, easily readable, maximum of two (2) numbers - NO LETTERS, or FLAGS.
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9. Cars must remove all glass (windshield optional). If windshield is removed, you will need to install mesh screen in place of windshield. All outside chrome, plastic or trim, and flammable material inside the car. Must have vertical bar of ½-inch x ½-inch mounted in the center of the windshield frame inside and outside the windshield.
10. Fuel cells
A) The bottom of the fuel cell must be above the bottom of the rear bumper and be a minimum of twelve inches (12-inch) from back bumper and mounted securely, must be encased in 20 gauge steel subject to tech approval.
B.) The filler neck must not protrude from the body shell.
C) Fuel cell shall not be in driver’s compartment.
D) No fuel pumps in driver’s compartment.
E) Any fuel lines through driver’s compartment must be surrounded in
metal pipe or conduit with no connections.
F) All cars must have a steel firewall between driver and the fuel cell.
Drivers compartment must be sealed.
11. Bars and Roll Cages
NO excess outside steel in front of doors.
A) You must have door bars on both sides of your car, minimum 6-inch wide C-Channel. The door bars must extend past the front door seam 4-inch to 8-inch and the rear door seam 4-inch to 8-inch. Each door bar must have four ¾ bolts. One through the front fender, two through the door and one through the rear quarter panel. Door bar C-Channel edges must be turned against the car and edges must be trimmed at a 45-degree angle and plated so not to catch on the other cars. The door bar bolts must also be trimmed of any extra bolt sticking out. Door bar bolts must have as inside backing plate. Door bars must be made out of C-Channel only. Three-quarter (3/4-inch) bolts minimum.
B.) Full roll cage required on all cars. All cars shall have exhaust that will exit beneath the car past the drivers compartment. All cars must have a cross-brace from driver’s side to passenger side. The cross-brace ends must be welded or bolted to the door bars, or have 6-inch x 6-inch plates welded to the end of each cross brace. Must be securely fastened to the inside of the doors. All cars must have an upright brace from floor to top of the car with 6-inch x 6-inch plate welded at each end of the brace and bolted to the floor and the roof of the car. This must be a minimum of four 5/8-inch bolts on each end. Both braces must be the minimum of 2-inch pipe, 1 ¾-inch x .095 roll bar tubing, or 2-inch x 4-inch square D tubing. All bars on interior of car must be padded. You must also have a padded headrest.
12. You may build front radiator protectors. You can not go behind the back of the upper A arm, nor extend past the front bumper. If your protector wraps around the front of your car, the sides and ends must be inside of the car fenders. All front and rear protector material must be smaller than two (2-inch) inches in diameter or width, and cannot extend past the front of A-Frame.
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13. Each car must have a stock front and rear bumper. Impact type bumpers should be welded solid. (You must drill a hole in the gas cylinder before welding, the cylinder is full of gas and may explode.) You may weld front and rear protectors to the bumper as long as they do not extend past the front of the bumper. Front and rear bumpers must be strapped to the fenders. ¼-inch plates minimum, not to exceed 60 Sq. Inches (ie 6-inchx10-inch). Hoods and trunks must be pinned only.
14. All cars must carry a working fire extinguisher within driver’s reach.
15. Window net on driver’s side required, and must be functional.
16. By accepting invitation to race all drivers agree and acknowledge that drugs and alcohol are NOT permitted and further consent to random testing.
17. Your seat will be bolted securely to the floor with a minimum of four 3/8-inch bolts and rest against the upright bar behind the seat. No exceptions. You must also have ample room between you and your steering wheel.
18. Battery must be moved inside the car, covered and fastened in two ways, with one seat belt each way. The seat belt end must be bolted to floor of the car. No milk crates, wooden boxes, etc. will be allowed.
19. Cooling system must remain in stock position, and no anti freeze allowed. There shall be no fluid containers or coolers inside or on the exterior of the car.
20. Factory open rearend only.
21. Cars entering and on the track must have four (4) working brakes.
22. Drivelines must be painted white. Driveline must have a metal strap or chained loop maximum 12-inch behind front u-joint.
23. Tires and wheels can be 8-inch wide or smaller. Tires must be street treaded, radial or bias ply only. No racing slicks, Diamond Back, Lloyds, etc. White spoke rims or center of stock rims recommended to be welded on the right side of the car. If you lose any tire from the rim, you must stop. The camber of all tires is one and three quarters (1 ¾-inch) inches maximum, the minimum ride height is five (5-inch) inches.
24. If your car is ready before the start of the season, call one of the techs and have your car inspected early. If you have any questions regarding the rules, contact Joe.
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25. Any unsportsmanlike conduct will cost you two (2) weeks; second time will cost you the season.
26. Race cars will not be permitted to carry ANY onboard computers, micro-controlled processors, cell phones, recording devices, electronic memory chips, digital readout gauges or traction control devices.
27. All cars must have working exhaust and muffler; the exhaust must exit under and to the rear of the car, to the back tire. Engines to run a maximum 500cfm, two-barrel carburetor, and cast iron exhaust manifolds only.
28. THIS IS A BUMP TO PASS CLASS, IT IS NOT A DEMO DERBY AND IT IS NOT CRASH TO PASS. IT IS A SPORTMEN LIKE BUMP AND RUN FUN CLASS.
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STATELINE SPEEDWAY
Road Runners
1. Any four-cylinder passenger car that came from the factory with seating capacity for at least 4 persons and a maximum of one hundred one (101-inch) inches wheelbase may be used. Rotary engines, dual overhead-cam, turbos and 4 wheel drive/all wheel drives are not allowed. Carburetors must remain stock. No Spoilers Allowed.
2. Remove the carpet, head liner, door panels, and all mirrors except outside drivers side mirror and all seats except drivers seat. Leave dash intact. Remove head and tail light glass, and all window glass except windshield. Horn must work (aftermarket horns are encouraged). Horns not to exceed 95db at Grandstand. (2007 Point Standing Cars are grandfathered. All others must meet dash and seat requirements)
3. Tires must be of stock DOT type/size for the car you are racing and have tread showing across the complete face of the tire, however, shall be no wider than six inches (6-inch) new or six and one-half inches (6.5-inch) used, and shall not extend beyond the body, NO RE-CAPS or RACING TIRES. All four tires and wheels must be the same size, except right front rubber may be one size bigger. Wheels are to be a maximum of six inches wide. All camber shall be three-forths of one-inch (3/4-inch) Maximum. Ride Height minimum five (5-inch) inches.
4. No trimming of body panels allowed without tech personnel approval. NO ANTI FREEZE in cooling systems. Cars should be brightly painted (try to avoid dark colors!) Cars numbers are allocated by the track and are on a first come first serve basis. NO LETTERS OR OTHER SYMBOLS and no more than two NUMERALS. (No roman numbers.)
A) No alterations to the motor may be made, must remain stock with all air cleaners and attachments intact.
SAFETY/CONSTRUCTION RULES
5. It is required to wear Snell 2000 rated approved racing helmet minimum at all times on the racetrack.
6. All drivers must wear a rated fire suit and neck brace, fire rated shoes and gloves are recommended. A fully charged dry chemical or halon fire extinguisher must be mounted inside the car within reach of the driver. Racing Seat Belts are mandatory and must be a minimum of three inches (3-inch) wide lap belt, and two inch (2-inch) wide shoulder belts. 5-point harness is recommended. WINDOW NETS ARE REQUIRED!
7. Un-Caged Must Have Outside door bar. Install a minimum of 6-inch x 3/8-inch steel plate, (no grader blades), located in the center of the drivers door to extend a minimum of 12-inch in the front and rear. Round off the outer corners. Bar to be bolted with a minimum of ½-inch stove bolts with a 6-inch square backing plate. Minimum 4 bolts. – Additional bars may be required by tech or promoter after initial inspection for safety.
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8. Upright pipe of at least 2-inch O.D. between floor and roof behind driver. Both ends of upright must be at least 6-inch x 6-inch x ¼-inch. Minimum of four ½-inch bolts on each end. A minimum of 2-inch O.D. pipe crossbar must run from the door bar to the opposite of the car, this pipe must be attached to both of the upright and the door bar.
9. Car running electric fuel pumps MUST mount a clearly marked on/off switch within 6 inches of the driver’s door. Driver must be able to reach switch when securely fastened in with seat belt. A brightly painted, solid square of at least 4 inches square must surround the switch.
10. All Seats to be securely fastened to the floor. The back of the seat to be securely fastened to the roll bars. A padded area must be directly behind the drivers head on the roll bar(s). Seat should not be able to move in any direction. Racing seats are recommended. All seats subject to tech approval.
11. Gas tanks shall have a minimum of two additional metal straps holding them in place besides the factory ones and subject to tech approval.
12. Battery to remain in stock location and securely fastened, or if moved must be located behind driver in battery box securely fastened, covered and fastened in two ways, with one seat belt each way. The seat belt end must be bolted to floor of the car. No milk crates, wooden boxes, etc. will be allowed. Subject to tech man’s approval.
13. Hood latch MUST be removed and a minimum of two hood pins to be used to retain hood. You may remove the hinges, but MAY NOT trim hood or attempt to -inchlighten-inch hood. Drivelines must be painted white. Driveline must have a metal strap or chained loop maximum 12-inch behind front u-joint.
14. Race cars will not be permitted to carry ANY onboard computers, micro-controlled processors, recording devices, electronic memory chips, digital readout gauges or traction control devices.
THE INTENT OF THIS CLASS IS TO BE A BEGINNER AND ENTRY LEVEL DIVISION. FOR LEARNING AND FUN. NO TOLERANCE WILL BE GIVEN TO THOSE INDIVIDUALS WHO DO NOT COMPETE TO THE SPIRIT OF THIS CLASS. AFTER TWO CHAMPIONSHIPS YOU ARE TO BE CONGRATULATED, HOWEVER, YOU MUST MOVE TO ANOTHER CLASS.
CLAIMS
Be advised all cars are subject to claim at every race date for $450.00, by the promoters, and may be purchased for promotional purposes. If the claim is refused the car and driver will be banned from running the class for one calendar year.
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STATELINE SPEEDWAY
Street Stocks Construction Rules
CAR PREPARATIONS AND BODIES
All upholstery must be removed with the exception of the dashboard. Dashboard may be removed, but must have a decorative piece added in its place. Dashboards must run full width and be metal only.
All steering lock mechanisms must be removed. No tilt steering columns. The ignition on/off switch must be within drivers reach when belted into their seat and clearly marked and visible from outside the car. A master on/off battery switch must be located on roll bar directly behind drivers seat accessible from the outside.
One 12-volt automotive battery only. Battery may be relocated. If moved inside the car, it must be securely mounted in a protective container. It must be isolated from the gas tank. Battery can be located no further back than the stock rear fire wall and cannot protrude through the floor. The battery box will be maximum of 1/4-inch steel or aluminum six sided, not exceeding 12-inch in height and not significantly larger than the battery. Subject to tech…
A safety glass, 1/8-inch minimum Lexan or equivalent material windshield is required (no screens). All cars must have two (2) vertical braces of ½-inch solid bar or equivalent (tubing, 1-inch flat bar, ½-inch square solid, etc. Subject to tech), at the approximate centerline of car, to be attached to top and bottom of windshield opening on the inside of the windshield. A Lexan rear and side wing windows may be installed. No Plexiglas allowed.
SEATS AND SEAT BELTS
Only custom manufactured aluminum seats; racing type are permitted. Minimum .090 thickness required. It is recommended that all seats have padded rib protectors and seat leg extensions on both sides. A padded head rest is mandatory. Seat and belts must be mounted to the roll cage, not the floor pan. 4 Grade-8 ½-inch bolts and flat washers must be used. Seat belts must be no older than 2000. A quick release 5 point racing seat belt harness no less than three (3) inches wide is mandatory. Lap and shoulder and crotch belt must be fastened to the roll cage with Grade 8 quality bolts not less than ½ inch in diameter.
MISC
Only pre-approved synthetic oils will be allowed. No antifreeze allowed. All cars must have two (2) suitable tow hooks added to front and rear of car. Tow hooks must be painted white. Left side mirror (round only not to exceed 4-inch). if used, must be inside the body line of the car. Rearview mirror OK, and if used, must be mounted on the approximate centerline of car. Trunk floor may be removed from frame rail to frame rail and from rear of stock rear firewall to the rear of the trunk area.
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Street Stocks Construction Rules SUSPENSION
Stock front suspension only. Stock tie rods. No mono ball joints. No heim ends on either end of tie rod. Stock type center link . No rack and pinion steering unless car came stock with it. No Weight Jacks. Minimum 5 inch ride height with out driver. Any steel shock in stock location $75 CLAIM PER SHOCK RULE IN EFFECT AT ALL RACES. Only 4 shocks allowed on car; maximum 1 per wheel. Stock suspension configuration. (leaf or 4 link) No pan hard bar unless car came stock with it. Coilovers permitted only when car came stock with them. Must be an American V-8, 4 passenger frame with stock upper and lower control arms, front and rear. Metric cars may move rear upper trailing arms 3 inches in any direction per side from original location. Metric cars may run cage to a 2X2 rail inside of right frame rail.
FRAME
Any 1955-2005 steel bodied American passenger vehicle car, original Wheelbase; minimum 101 inches, and must remain stock for frame being used. No convertibles or trucks. Stock frame cars only. No fabricated front or rear clips. Frames must match make model and year. Front and rear clip must match make model and year. No lengthening or shortening of wheel base from stock for frame being used. Must have stock or fabricated front firewall in stock frame location along with a stock floor pan.
WEIGHT
All cars must weigh 3, 100 lbs with driver al all times with no more than 55% left side weight. All cars will be scaled before time-ins and randomly cars will be teched after Main Event.
ROLL CAGE Must have full NASCAR TYPE roll cage.
SPRINGS Minimum 5 inch springs
WHEELS & TIRES
STATELINE STREET STOCK POINT RACES TIRES AND WHEELS
Will use Goodyear ten (10-inch) inch approved tires with ten (10-inch) inch wheels.
NW OUTLAW STREET STOCK CHALLENGE SERIES TIRES AND WHEELS Tires 8-inch NU-TREAD slicks or 8-inch treaded. Any compound tire softener allowed. 8-inch steel racing wheels only.
BODY
Can run any metal body on any American passenger frame car with a wheelbase of at least 101 inches. Examples would be Chevelle body on a Camaro frame, or Mustang body on a Monte Carlo frame and so on. Fiberglass front ends allowed. After market and homemade front air dams and nose pieces allowed. Air dams must have a minimum ground clearance of 3-inch. Use of after-market nose or homemade nose (in front of fenders) allowed. No wedge noses. Side skirts allowed. Must have a minimum ground clearance of 3-inch.
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BODY…
All cars will have a mandatory 10 inch rear spoiler measured from the deck lid. Top 5 inches of spoiler must be clear Lexan. The spoiler shall not exceed 10 inch height from the deck lid. Spoilers must be solid spool and non-adjustable. They must be made of 1/8-inch clear Lexan or factory stock. Rudders, braces, wires and forward mounting brackets permitted.
Firewall from side to side mandatory. OEM or fabricated allowed. Firewall must be in stock location on frame. No 180 degree headers or crossovers. NO EXCEPTIONS!!!
BRAKES
All cars must have operational 4-wheel brakes of OEM components. After market brake pads allowed. After market proportioning valves allowed. Brake proportioning valves allowed inside the cockpit of the car. Air ducting to cool brakes allowed. Must use stock master cylinder in stock location or 100 lb penalty. Must remove brake bias adjuster. Add 100 lbs Rear disc brakes allowed with a 100 lb penalty. Rear disc brake components will be steel with a cast iron OEM caliper. Add 100 lbs.
ENGINE LOCATION
Engine may be moved back to the #1 spark plug; even with lower ball joint.
ENGINE Must be stock OEM cast iron block.
CYLINDER HEADS Heads must be straight plug with no porting or polishing. Legal heads are as follows: Chevrolet: World Products SR, Vortec and any stock OEM cast iron replacement head.
Ford: Windsor Jr, GT 40-P or E-351 and any stock OEM cast iron replacement head.
Mopar: Part #s P4529269, P4876179, P4876180, P5249459, P5249574 and any stock OEM cast iron replacement head.
No other heads permitted. The new gm performance vortec bow-tie is not legal either VALVE LIFTERS Hydraulic or solid steel lifters are permitted and must be OEM for make.
Lifters must be the same size and configuration as OEM.
No mushroom type or roller lifters permitted.
ROCKER ARMS Roller rockers permitted.
PISTONS Any.
INTAKE Any.
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CARBURETOR Maximum (1) 4 barrel carburetor. Pro Form Center Section is legal and recommended. No racing carburetors. (Predator, Barry Grants, Demons etc.) No fuel injection of any kind. No electric fuel pumps.
REAR END
Ford 9 inch rear ends permitted in all makes. Floaters allowed. Locked rear ends allowed. Spools or welded gears only. No limited slip or posi-type rear ends allowed. No GM lockers, Detroit lockers, Goldtracks allowed.
HEADERS
Headers permitted. No stainless steel or custom made headers. Must be conventional style 1 5/8-inch Maximum single stage headers. No 180 degree headers or crossovers.
OIL COOLERS
Oil coolers and accumulators permitted, but must not be mounted in the driver’s compartment.
TRANSMISSIONS Transmissions will be stock, unaltered OEM. No after market transmissions or parts. Transmissions must be bolted directly to engine or bell housing without alteration. Reverse gear must be in working order. Triple disc clutches and direct drive powerglides permitted. No Jerico, Brin or Bert or made for racing transmissions. No quick-change transmissions.
DRIVELINE
Only a one piece steel drive shaft permitted and must be painted white. Drive shaft must be surrounded by either (2) 360 degree solid steel straps no less that 2-inch x .125 or chain 1/4-inch thick or cable 1/4-inch thick and be placed not more than 12-inch from each universal joint and fastened to the floor or cross member.
FUEL CELL
Use of a commercially manufactured fuel cell is MANDATORY. The maximum capacity, including filler spout and overflow vent check valves is 22 gallons. Filler spout and overflow check valves are required. No materials other than standard foam supplied by the fuel cell manufacturer is permitted to make the fuel cell meet the 22-gallon capacity. Minimum ground clearance is 10-inch.
Fuel cell container is required. The fuel cell must be enclosed in a container of not less than 22 gauge steel. Fuel cell and fuel cell container must be fastened to the frame in a recessed frame support as in the trunk area. Fuel cell and the fuel cell container must be secured with 1x1 x 065 steel tubing. Not less than 2 lengthwise and 2 crosswise evenly spaced at the top and must bolt to container support frame. The support frame must have 2 tubes that are welded to and extend between the left and right frame rails. 3 tubes must be evenly spaced across the recessed well
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FUEL CELL
(front to rear). These tubes must be welded to the cross support tubes and extend down the front side, rear side, and under the fuel cell container. 1 3/4-inch x.095 must extend below the rear frame section behind the fuel cell. This protective bar must be as wide at the rear frame rails and extend as low as the bottom of the cell with 2 vertical uprights evenly spaced between the frame rails and attached to the rear cross member. 2 support bars, 1 located on each corner must angle upwards and be welded to the rear frame rails.
All fuel lines must be under the car or encased in metal pipe or conduit with no connections through the drivers compartment.
FUEL
Gasoline only. Pump gas, Trick, ERC, and AVGAS, etc. allowed. No methanol or exotic fuels of any kind.
WINDOW NET
A nylon window screen is mandatory. The window screen must be a rib type, made from 3/4-inch wide nylon material with a minimum of 1-inch square opening between the ribs. The minimum window screen size shall be 22-inch wide by 16-inch high. Must release from top with seat belt type latches, and must be fastened to the roll cage top bar and highest drivers door bar on the cage.
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Dry charged 2 3/4 lb. minimum, with quick release. Fire extinguisher may not be taped to the roll cage. Metal mounting bracket securely mounted within easy reach of the driver. Must be fully charged. Recommend on-board fire extinguisher system. Snell approved Racing helmets required; SA 95 or newer. Recommended that racing helmets meet the specifications set forth in the Federal Regulations, Federal Motor Vehicles Safety Standard or meet the specifications set forth by the American Standards Institute Inc. Helmets must accompany the car at time of inspection. It is strongly recommended that all drivers record blood type and RH factor, plus any major medical allergies to adhesive tape label to inside of helmet.
GENERAL RULES
1. Race Director will be the sole authority in the pits with regards to the running of the races. The Starter/Flagger will be in charge of on-track competition. The Race Director will handle all protests. Protest period will be open for 15 minutes after the finish is posted. Protests, complaints etc. are NOT to be made to the employees of the racetrack. Protest forms must be accompanied by $100.00 cash and presented to Race Director for consideration.
2. NWOSS Series officials will establish the race event procedures; starting positions, length, frequency and administration of all events and programs. When their decision is rendered, that decision will be final and binding.
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3. When asked to remove a part or tear down for tech inspection and you refuse; you are subject to a fine, disqualification and/or suspension and loss of points.
4. Any driver stopping on or off the track to argue with an official, in regards to an official’s decision, will be automatically disqualified from the event.
5. Any driver involved in a serious accident will not enter or re-enter a race until approval to do so is given by officials and medical attendants.
6. Driver’s meeting is mandatory. Driver must attend. If driver does not attend meeting he will start his race in the rear of the field.
7. Permission must be obtained from the starter and race director before any practice or safety laps are taken, other than the designated practice time. All cars must pass pre race tech before they can practice. No exceptions.
8. Any unauthorized persons entering onto the racing surface during race conditions will result in a disqualification, penalty, fine or suspension, to the person and affiliated driver. This includes red flag conditions.
9. Any competitor or crew member, which has a pit band partakes of any alcoholic beverage, stimulating, depressing, or tranquilizing drugs or is otherwise under the influence before the day's racing events are completed will result in disqualification, fine and suspension.
10. Any competitor or crew member that participates in a fight or creates a hostile environment in another competitor’s pits or on the racetrack or on the premises will result in a fine, suspension, and/or loss of points and positions in the event.
11. Any competing car, whose speed has been reduced to the point where it could cause a safety problem, may be removed from the racing surface at the option of the flagman.
12. Any driver or crew that does not take their car to the line-up grid, when requested to do so by the officials, may be required to start at the back of the line-up for that event.
13. If a car is dead on the track, when racing is in progress, the driver must stay in the car with seat belts fastened until the race is stopped, except in case of a fire or rollover. Failure to comply may result in a penalty, disqualification and/or suspension.
14. Drivers are not allowed radios or headsets in their cars or pits. Voice contact is not allowed between a driver and a crew member or spotter.
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15. No speeding in the pits. You must use caution while driving in the pit area or you will be subject to a fine or suspension. No donuts, burnouts, etc.
16. YELLOW FLAG: When a yellow flag or yellow lights comes on, you may not pass. Failure to do so will result in being put to the back of the field. If you are unsure what position you are in pull up beside the driver in question and wait for the officials to direct you to your proper restart position. Any cars involved in bringing out a yellow flag will go to the rear of the field.
17. RED FLAG: Cars must come to a complete, safe stop. Drivers are not allowed to move their car off the track on a red flag. Drivers may exit the track, only by permission of an official or when the track goes to a yellow condition. No working on cars under red flag. Failure to abide by this rule will result in a lap penalty.
18. On any start or re-start, you will always receive the green. If the official does not like the start, he will then throw the yellow, and re-start the race. Drivers on the front row of any race, get two chances on the original start. If two starts are waved off, they go to the back of the pack. On the original start you cannot pass until the start-finish line. On any restart you can pass when the green flag is thrown. If you jump the start you will go to the back of the pack.
19. On any start of a race, if a car drops out, the line will move up.
20. Drivers are to notify pit stewards or the race director, immediately of any changes in the starting grid. Example: car broke, want to start in the back.
21. Car must have securely fastened working muffler with exhaust exiting behind the driver. Maximum sound level is 95 decibels at 100 Feet.
22. Ballast weight must be securely attached to mainframe or major cross member structure. It is strongly recommended that major ballast weights be contained inside the frame rails; must be painted white and display car number. Must be block in form of no less than five pounds. No ballast/weight shifting devices allowed.
23. No on board computer, record keeping devices or wiring permitted.
24. No traction control devices of any kind allowed; EXCEPT FOR TIRE SOFTENER.
25. A rookie is a driver or team that has competed in three or less NWOSS events in one season.
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Street Stock Construction Rule
26. Points go to the car number. No changing numbers once a car has entered the pit area. A rookie is a driver or team that has competed in three or less NWOSS Series events in one season.
27. Snell approved racing helmets REQUIRED, SA95 or newer. Recommended that racing helmets meet the specifications set forth in the Federal Regulations, Federal Motor Vehicles Safety Standard or meet the specifications set forth by the American Standards Institute, Inc. Helmets must accompany the car at time of inspection. It is strongly recommended that all drivers record blood type and RH factor, plus any major medical allergies to adhesive tape label to inside of helmet.
28. Drivers must wear an approved Nomex or Proban driving suit at all times when the car is on the track. It is strongly Recommended that the driver’s suit be at least two layers thick. Driving suits must effectively cover entire body. It is strongly recommended that the drivers wear Nomex underwear, headgear, socks, gloves and shoes made of fire resistant material.
29. A nylon window screen must be used. The window screen must be rib type, made from 3/4-inch wide nylon material with a minimum of 1-inch square opening Minimum of 1-inch square opening between the between the ribs. The minimum window screen size shall be 22-inch wide by 16-inch high. Must release from top with seat belt type latches, and must be fastened to the roll cage top bar and highest driver’s door bar on the cage.
30. Fire extinguishers MANDATORY in pit area. All entrants should have in their pits at all times a fully charged 15 lb. capacity dry powder fire extinguisher or its equivalence, showing current inspection certificate.

 
#7  
veteran

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02/15/2008 10:56 AM

WOW...great...finally someone has posted a longer 'inspired' post than my 'normal' input! So there!!! Godd day to you allSmile
 
#8 dumb a$$
im_hiding_too

Posts: 88
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02/15/2008 11:13 AM

news2me,

nice, make you feel better? why waste the space on here with all that b.s.? the rules post has nothing to do with INSSA. news flash, easier to post "see stateline website", you dork!!!
AsleepAsleepAsleepAsleepAsleep
 
#9  
BlackRacing

Posts: 124
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02/15/2008 1:57 PM

I do have to agree...I have gone to the Stateline website and got JOE's schedule but need the dates outside of Stateline from INSSA. Also Stateline does not post rules for INSSA late model cars. WOW Annoyed
 
#10  
im_hiding_too

Posts: 88
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02/15/2008 3:52 PM

i think INSSA is finding it hard to get dates. i guess that happens when they wait until the last minute and find out state line only has six (6) dates four them. can you say track class. oh wait, INSSA does have a race in kalispell.
 
#11  
im_hiding_too

Posts: 88
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02/15/2008 3:57 PM

BlackRacing,

i think you might be safe if you looked at the LMCS rules. i heard that they are mirroring those rules again. if you don't like INSSA's rules, i suggest that you call the good dr. jer, and see if he will change the rules for next year. lol. Big GrinBig GrinBig Grin
 
#12 inssa
leftturnsonly

Posts: 57
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02/17/2008 12:54 AM

Who is running in this class?
What's the deal?
Who is the director? Confused
 
#13 Re:inssa
MJBDB

Posts: 234
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02/17/2008 6:30 AM

INSSA is runing again this year at the State Line with an out of town race in Kalispell Mt. The Director is Loren Bartle and he is also the lead Tech. Our Drivers will be the same as last year with a few moving up from ICAR. Our General Membership meeting is on March 8, 2008 at Fast Kart here in Spokane. Time is 11:00 AM. We will have rule book, Membership and Insurance forms at the meeting.
I just have one coment to BR and Hiding...BACK OFF!

Jeanne
INSSA
 
#14 Re:inssa
gslatemodel

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02/17/2008 8:50 AM

Quote posted by MJBDB:Our General Membership meeting is on March 8, 2008 at Fast Kart here in Spokane. Time is 11:00 AM. We will have rule book, Membership and Insurance forms at the meeting.
I just have one coment to BR and Hiding...BACK OFF!

Jeanne
INSSA


BR and I am Hiding....

Do you need the schedule and rules right now? Do you have racing chassis to get ready for 08? Go off the 07 rules.

You know there is 6 races at StateLine and 1 in Kalispel, not hard to figure out, unless your stupid. Annoyed

Greg
 
#15  
im_hiding_too

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02/17/2008 11:25 AM

i'm confused. are there only 7 reaces for INSSA? i think it would be hard to call us stupid, when we have been lead to beleive there are additional negotiations pending. i guess we are all left to assume that these other out of town races have fallen thru.

no chassis here. can't afford it. i have been a fan of this class from the beginning, before you were racing INSSA, greg. i was excited when they formed this group. i have some concerne that INSSA has started to dwindle. it seems that each year there are less cars on the track and some of the big name drivers have left. yet i still supported the locals.

i guess, as a fan, i'm left with a decision of what class(s) to follow. i must thank INSSA for helping me make this decision. i'm not a fan of open wheels, but i guess that i'm forced support the modifieds. i went to a couple if ICAR races the first year and wasn't too impressed, then, an INSSA driver dominated the first few races last year, but i think i will give ICAR a chance this year.

GO N.W. MODIFIEDS & ICAR.
SmileSmileSmileSmileSmile
 
#16 Re:
TerribleTim68

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02/17/2008 11:49 AM

Quote posted by im_hiding_too:. . .i have been a fan of this class from the beginning, before you were racing INSSA, greg. i was excited when they formed this group. i have some concerne that INSSA has started to dwindle. . .i guess, as a fan, i'm left with a decision of what class(s) to follow. i must thank INSSA for helping me make this decision. i'm not a fan of open wheels, but i guess that i'm forced support the modifieds. . .
Or you could get involved and help INSSA make it better. You know, instead of sitting around pointing out all the problems. If you aren't a racer, why is it so important that you get the rules and everything right now? If you're just a fan, are you really going to travel to every one of the INSSA races? Really? Or are you just planning ot attend the Stateline ones?
 
#17 Re:
raceguy41

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02/17/2008 12:21 PM

i think hes a racer that doesnt want anyone to know who he is...hence the name ...just thinks hes smarter then the rest of us and we wouldnt see thru it...if you are just a "fan" shut up an let them get it figured out. its a good class thats still growing give them time....now go a head start im on me im-hiding you seem to know it allBig GrinBig GrinBig Grin
 
#18 inssa
racerrice

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02/17/2008 4:52 PM

I think that the class cost to much money for the average guy to run.Its very hard to find a sponser,the working guy can afford to do it out of his pocket.The purse pays the same as the superstock were getting 20 years ago.Tires and fuel are out of site.I think they should have taken a step back with the rules.No adjustable shocks,dart heads,found a tire like the icar runs.I've been reading about the crate motor, that would be a cheaper way to go.$7000 for a motor ready to run,everybody with about the same horse power,goes back to chassis setup and driver,pump gas, way cheaper than racing fuel, find a cheaper decent tire, only way to go for a local class or it will cycle it self out of business like the northwest superstocks and northwest late models.
 
#19 Re:inssa
raceguy41

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02/17/2008 5:09 PM

i agree rr things just cost to much and the prize at the end of the day isnt enuff. but i think thell figure it out...pumps gas with the crate motor huh thats a great idea...yea if you got to buy race gas at the track you better bring alot of green ..and i dont mean amp energy drinks...ha,ha..the way the economy is i think everyones going to have a hard time racing this year and beyound so enjoy it whall you can..good luck rr if you guys go racin this year have funSmileSmile
 
#20 WOW
BlackRacing

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02/17/2008 7:36 PM

WOW...I really have a hard time supporting this class as a racefan, car(s) owner and current driver . ICAR is the class that is moving forward for the drivers. Setting your car up and having it ready from the ground up can not be done in a weeks time. Some individuals do make a living supporting this insane sport. This class was originally started with the cost in mind for the average racer.

gslatemodel..for being a board member of INSSA you need to thinking about how you come across on here ....you never know who you are talking too.

Thanks for the info JEANNE!(with INSSA)AnnoyedAnnoyed
 
#21  
gslatemodel

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02/17/2008 8:25 PM

....you are all right the schedule should be done by now. The web site should be up to date on all information.

It would have make it easy if SRP was still open....6 races Stateline 3 SRP. Now reality...6 at Stateline 1 Kalispel + Idaho 200.

It will be a great year of racing in 08.

BlackRacing (owner, driver, fan, whatever...) If you know anything about local Inssa racing you would already know if there was going to be any rule changes. Asleep YPMO
 
#22 Re:WOW
ISeeitAsitis

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02/17/2008 8:45 PM

[quote=BlackRacing]WOW...I really have a hard time supporting this class as a racefan, car(s) owner and current driver .

quote]

I see it as it is....the racing series doesn't need a racefan, car(s) owner and current driver like u!! Al.l you do is bitch about everything. f.o.Smile
 
#23 optimistic
abzip41

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02/17/2008 11:20 PM

The rising costs of racing are out of hand. It always has been always will be. The money we race for will never be enough. C'mon is this a new complaint? INSSA average 17-18 cars last year, and the purse also went up $2000, not counting sponsored events when Hooters,Windermere, and Rent Rite handed another crispy Ben Franklin to each drivers pocket. We are much better off trying to put on 6 GREAT local shows, than 10 or 11 soso shows. Doesn't that keep the cost down, and make for better racing?
Kalispel is a natural fit. The race track is one of the nicest facilities around, and their local guys have supported us alot the last couple of years, great group of guys. It should be a great season!
Smile
 
#24 Re:
pwner

Posts: 27
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02/18/2008 8:31 AM

Quote posted by TerribleTim68:Quote posted by im_hiding_too:. . .i have been a fan of this class from the beginning, before you were racing INSSA, greg. i was excited when they formed this group. i have some concerne that INSSA has started to dwindle. . .i guess, as a fan, i'm left with a decision of what class(s) to follow. i must thank INSSA for helping me make this decision. i'm not a fan of open wheels, but i guess that i'm forced support the modifieds. . .
Or you could get involved and help INSSA make it better. You know, instead of sitting around pointing out all the problems. If you aren't a racer, why is it so important that you get the rules and everything right now? If you're just a fan, are you really going to travel to every one of the INSSA races? Really? Or are you just planning ot attend the Stateline ones?


Because it is the nature of a lot of racers to find fault and wait for someone else to do the work. Sort of like racing welfare. They want a hand out of big purses, lots of race dates and the freedom to bash the series, without giving back. They they wonder why they have short schedules and skimpy purses.

They might be shocked to know that their turning circles doesn't really make a promoter rich. LOL
 
#25 Re:optimistic
pwner

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02/18/2008 8:32 AM

Quote posted by abzip41:The rising costs of racing are out of hand. It always has been always will be. The money we race for will never be enough. C'mon is this a new complaint? INSSA average 17-18 cars last year, and the purse also went up $2000, not counting sponsored events when Hooters,Windermere, and Rent Rite handed another crispy Ben Franklin to each drivers pocket. We are much better off trying to put on 6 GREAT local shows, than 10 or 11 soso shows. Doesn't that keep the cost down, and make for better racing?
Kalispel is a natural fit. The race track is one of the nicest facilities around, and their local guys have supported us alot the last couple of years, great group of guys. It should be a great season!
Smile


You are a breath of fresh air.
 
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