Demolition Derby Saturday, Sept 22, 2018 @ 6:30 p.m.

NEW! Youth Class Age 12-16

Questions: Call Justin at 715-554-7299

Please be registered and ready for Pit Meeting at 5:30 p.m.

Please download, print and fill out the waiver for derby

Lawn mower derby $100 for 1st place $75 for 2nd $50 for 3rd place

followed with Kids Power Wheel Derby free to participate in, each child receives a trophy of participation.

Then let the cars and trucks begin

Classes: Payouts (5 cars or more) 1st Place2nd Place3rd Place
Full-Size Chain Stock Cars$1000$500$200
Builders Class$1,000 $450$150
Compact Trucks$800$400$150
Compact Cars$800 $400$150
Youth Class$500$200$100
2 Man Team$500$200$100
Full Size Stock Cars$1,000$500$200
DRIVER ENTRY RULES
Builder's Class
Compact Truck Rules
Compact Cars
Youth Class 80 & Newer Full Chain Cars
Two Man Class Rules
Stock Car Rules
Full-Size Chain Stock Cars
Lawn Mower Derby Rules
DRIVER ENTRY RULES
  1. Demolition Derby entries are open to anyone 18 years of age or older. All drivers must supply their own cars. Drivers 12-17 years of age may enter with the legally notarized approval of their parent or guardian. The Parent or Guardian must appear with identification at the registration. NO EXCEPTIONS!! PROOF OF AGE WILL BE REQUIRED!! Entry Fee for Drivers: $50.
  2. All Pit Crew members must be 18 years of age or older. Pit Crew members 16 & 17 years of age must meet the same requirements as drivers detailed in Rule 1. NO EXCEPTIONS!!  Pit Pass Entry: $20
  3. I.D. will be required for anyone appearing under 30 years of age. NO EXCEPTIONS!!
  4. Absolutely NO alcoholic beverages or drugs will be permitted in the Pit Area. Any Driver or Pit Crew member found with alcoholic beverages or drugs will cause their car to be disqualified immediately.
  5. Any Driver or Pit Crew member judged to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs will cause their car to be disqualified.
  6. The Central Burnett Co. Fair Assoc. and Derby Officials will not be responsible for any vehicle or its components while on the fairgrounds – they are the responsibility of the Drivers & Owners. Drivers and Owners are required to remove their demolition derby cars from the arena and the fairgrounds by the deadline that is announced at the time of the derby.
  7. The Central Burnett Co. Fair Assoc.. and Derby Officials reserve the right to reject any and/or all entries.
  8. Any Drivers protesting another vehicle must do so before the pit meeting. Officials will inspect the vehicle being protested and the vehicle of the person filing the protest and any decision reached by the officials will be final. Derby officials reserve the right to re-inspect any vehicle, before, during, or after the derby. THERE WILL BE A PROTEST FEE!! IF NOTHING IS FOUND, THE FEE IS FORFEITED.
  9. A crash helmet, eye protection, seat belt, and/or shoulder harness are required and must be worn throughout the event.
  10. All derby vehicles will be subject to open hood and trunk inspections unless damage from prior derbies makes that impossible. Trunks that don’t open must be able to be seen from back seat area.
  11. Unsportsmanlike conduct will result in disqualification during any derby and will result in suspension for a year and ten days. Examples, not limited to: reckless driving or excessive speed in the pit area, excessive harassment of Officials by Driver, Pit Crew, family and/or friends who may be in the spectator area; as well as against each other.
  12. All rulings of the officials on any questions are final!!! NO WHINING!!!
  13. All entries should be in the pit area at least 45 minutes prior to the start time. No entries will be taken or pit passes sold later than 45 minutes before start time. 
Builder's Class
  1. Open to all full-size cars including Imperials.
  2. Cages are allowed, Dash bar 2” Min and 5” Max diameter is allowed with one kicker on each side to go from just behind control arms to dash bar. Behind seat bars and door bars allowed 2” min and 5” Max diameter and cannot be attached to frame; May have only 2 bars max behind seat in a crisscross pattern. Must be securely fastened or you will be told to remove it.
  3. It is allowed to have 2” down bars from the Dash bar and the crossbars behind the seat to the frame. Two off of dash bar and two off cross bar behind seat.
  4. Dash bar may connect to the firewall in 2 spots 3”X1/4” max flat stock and cannot be placed within the dp area on the 80’s and newer. If you have a dp or mid plate dash bar must be 6” away from firewall.
  5. If you have a tranny brace, it must be mounted to cross member with factory tranny mount, free floating or 1 bolt and dash bar must be 2” away from tranny tunnel.
  6. Halo bar no further back than 15” from center post on 4 door cars or 8” on 2 door cars. Can be welded to frame and bolted to roof. Hallo bar can be attached to the door bars. You can have 4 down bars from the door bars only located within the front doors and straight down to rocker area 1 door bar per side can go to the frame. If you have a halo bar you can only have 2 down bars.
  7. You can run a gas tank protector that must mount from the behind the seat bar 30” wide and can go to the sheet metal but must be within the frame rails with no down bars and be off the floor 2”.
  8. Extra reinforcing on drivers doors is mandatory. We want you to be safe and protected behind your reinforcement. All doors may be welded solid with 3” X 1/8” thick strap or chained shut.
  9.  Hood may be bolted in 8 spots; 4 to the frame and 4 to the sheet metal. The rod may run down through frame with washers on top and bottom. No larger than 4” x 4” washers. The back hood bolts can have a 4” X ¼” thick triangle to help attach the rod to the frame on top.
  10. Trunk lid may be welded solid with 3” X 1/8” thick strap or bolted every 3”. Trunk may be bolted in 6 spots; 4 to frame and 2 to sheet metal. Trunk may have a 10” X 4” ¼” strap from bumper to the trunk. You may tuck trunks. No sedagons, decking must be removed.
  11. Frame can be welded from the firewall forward, top and bottom. Body seams can be welded; 6 on, 6 off. K-frame can be welded solid. May take out pucks and replace with 1” bolts.
  12. Y framer can plate the y’s with a ¼”X16” plate, top and bottom and must touch the bumper.
  13. 03 and newer can do a cradle swap with no torsion bars added.
  14. Body bolts – You may remove pucks, front and back. You may add 3 extra body bolts per side which can also go to frame with a max of 6”X6” washer. All bolts can be a max of 1”.
  15. Core support and cooling – Core support may have a 2X2 ¼” angle iron on the top of core support from fender to fender.
  16. Radiator, Radi barrels or water barrels are okay. Radi Barrels must be factory size; cannot touch the frame in anyway; can be welded to the angle iron. Bolted in 4 spots to core support or 4 – 4”welds to core support to hold it in place.
  17. Water barrels may be used but not both. Max size of water barrel is 2’ x 2’ x 2’ must be centered over hump in back seat. Must have 6” clearance off floor over center hump. Mounted by bolting through floor with washers -No welding washers. May be braced forward to cage bar, no bracing to rear of car. Must run vent tube under the car.
  18. Fenders –May bolt fenders to wheel well up to 3/8” bolts, front and back. May fold fenders and weld. If you weld them, you can’t use the bolts. If you bolt them, you can’t weld them. You may weld the front clip solid. The fenders can’t be welded to the frame.
  19. Windows –Windshield may have 2 bars 3” wide 3/8” thick max. no more than 6” on the firewall and 6” on the roof. May connect with 2 bars 3” by 3/8” max. Cannot be connected to any hood or trunk bolt.
  20.  Rear window may have 1-3” C channel by 3/8” max. No more than 6” on roof and 6” on the trunk or speaker deck. You may have 9 wire in 2 spots in each window.
  21. Bumpers –Bumpers may be bolted or welded solid. You may fully weld bumpers and brackets. Nothing can be put inside of frame to mount the bumper unless it came from the factory with it. Bumpers are interchangeable with any mass produced car bumper. Stock appearing bumpers; we will allow you to take any bumper apart, weld any material you would like to the inside of bumper and weld the chrome back on. Everything must be done inside of bumper, nothing on the outside.
  22. Pre 1966 Imperials (Full framers) may add a 4 x 4 beam between frame rails but in line with core support. Beam cannot go farther back than factory core support location.
  23. Drive train –Motor and tranny of choice; in stock location. Maybe welded or chained, the motor tie – down cannot exceed in front pulleys or 2: behind the heads to top or side of frame, 2X3/8” flat stock and cannot be laid flat on frame. Mid plates cannot be tied to the frame in any way or be wider than the motor.
  24. Extreme cradles, full engine protectors allowed.
  25.  Suspension –Rear suspension must remain stock, 80’s and newer may leaf or run a 15” hump plate that has to follow the outside contour of the frame. Full floater rear ends are okay, double coils are okay on coil cars. Leaf spring cars have up to 9 leafs per side and may be clamped in 6 spots per side. Must be factory springs out of a car and cannot be home made. Rear end may be chained in 2 spots per side of car. Coil springs may be wired in.
  26. Upper and lower trailing arms maybe reinforce, but they still have to function in a factory manner.
  27. The front suspension may be welded with 2 -2”X5”straps, Do not strengthen frame, you can bolt or use spring spacers for height. Tie rods may be reinforced, but must function in a factory manner. A arms can be reinforced. Any aftermarket spindle can be used.
Compact Truck Rules
  1. Welding from center of front wheels forward permitted. This is the only frame welding allowed.
  2. Patch and pucker frame. 6” long ¼” thick plate outside of frame only, 8” between patches.
  3. No frame swaps. No Imperial subs frames, K frames, ect. Stock only!
  4. Must use stock front bumper to cover your beam. No factory or homemade pointy bumpers.
  5. Must have a hood and must be bolted down in max of six places using 1” rod, 6” washer max. 12”x12” opening in the hood above the carburetor. Hood must be open for Inspection.
  6. All doors must be welded or chained shut.
  7. Roll cages allowed. Inside or outside of the cab. Braces must stay in front of the wheel wells and can be bolted to the frame.
  8. Dash bar 4” max, door bars and rear cab bars are allowed. 2 down bars to the frame from dash bar allowed. Down bar cannot extend forward past firewall.
  9. Cab reinforcement must remain separate from the box
  10. Gear protection in the box cannot be attached to the cab, box front, sides or rear.
  11. Tailgate must be welded to the box. Factory tailgates only.
  12. No stuffing of body panels (fenders, box sides, etc.)
  13. Rear bumpers that are removed, must have frame rails capped using channel or angle, can extend out to box sides.
  14. Prior run trucks must meet rules.
  15. May add an additional eight body bolts total, other than factory locations in cab and box. 6” washer max.
  16. 4x4’s must have front driveshaft removed.
  17. Dodge Dakota’s are allowed. No full-size trucks or frames allowed.
  18. Motor mounts may be welded. Additional straps or chains can be added. Must be in front of the carburetor.
  19. 4, 6 cylinders and V-8’s allowed.
  20. Radi-barrels must be inside frame rails (top and bottom), may be welded or bolted in, 3” thick outside to outside max and vented down.
  21. No homemade spring packs – leafs only up to 8 and must be staggered. Can have up to 4 clamps per side.
Compact Cars

fwd cars only wheel base must not be more than 110 inches

BODY
Doors may be welded or chained shut in 2 spots per door seem. Patches no bigger then 4″ X 4″ X1/4″. Drivers door may be reinforced and welded solid for drivers safety. Cutting fenders for tire clearance is allowed, May have 4 3/8″ bolts per wheel well. Creasing is allowed. TRUNK may be secured in 4 locations on top seam with 4 3/8″ bolts, 3 loops of #9 wire, or 3/8 chains, NO BINDERS. Tucking 50% of trunk lid is allowed, you may also crease/dish trunk, no rear window bars allowed, fenders must stay upright.

HOOD Hoods may be fastened shut in 6 locations with ¾ rod, 3 loops of #9 wire, or 3/8 chain fastened to sheet metal only, locations may not connect together must be separate. Hoods must be open for inspection, must have hole large enough for fire extinguisher access. Hood may have 6 3/8″ bolts in it with 3/8″ washers max. 5 inch max. washer on top of hood for hood bolt hold down.

BODY MOUNTS Two front cradle mounts may be removed and use 1 inch bolt to bolt solid, you will also be allowed to add 2 extra ¾ body mounts from front-side of lower a-arm forward for extra cradle support this rod may welded to sub and frame rail no adding plates rod only. The rest of frame and mounts must be stock only without any added bolts, wire, plates, or welding.

 SUSPENSION struts, shocks, control arms, ball joints must be stock and can be reinforced, may weld or clamp strut shaft to gain height. Factory tie-rods may be reinforced with a piece of 1×1 angle iron ¼ in. thickness max.

CRADLE/ SUBFRAME: welding of seams fine. no plating, altering, pinning, reinforcing, must remain completely stock. Engines may be 4 or 6 cyl, motor mounts can be made solid if not reinforcing cradle or body, engine may also be wired or chained in two locations. Engines can be converted to carb, modify ign. Switches, headers, after market gas and brake petals are allowed. You are allowed to run Radi-barrels mounted to core support only. If running radiator, can run radiator guard as long as it’s bolted to core support with 4 – 3/8” bolts max. Engine cradles or protectors, protectors, and carb protection allowed.

TRANSMISSION coolers are allowed, may alter transmission linkage, If 4wd must disable one axle housing.

TIRES Any ply tire allowed, stuffed ok, Stem protectors allowed, wheel weights must be removed. May add an outer flap (extra sidewall) to outer side of tire for protection may screw or glue beads to rims. may use centers, bead protection, For the rear axle u may use forklift solid tires.

Fuel tanks must be removed and located in back seat area covered with non flammable material, securely fastened, no bungee straps, If running electric fuel pump power source must be well labeled (fuel pump) in large bold lettering.

BATTERIES Two batteries allowed and must be moved to passenger front seat area covered with nonflammable item securely fastened, no bungee straps.

CAGE you are allowed a floating 4 point cage, dash-bar, seat-bar, side-bars connecting both, and a halo bar with all components not exceeding a maximum diameter of 4”. 8×8 plates are allowed on ends of seat and dash-bar. four down bars allowed. All cage material can be no further forward than firewall (no contoured pieces) and no further rearwards of the most forward side of rear wheel well tubs including tank protectors, tank protector can’t be any higher than speaker deck height and must remain vertical ahead of wheel well, must also maintain a minimum of 4 inches from floor. (2 WINDSHIELD BARS 2” max diameter OR #9 WIRE) Added bars in front of the driver windshield area from the front cowl up to the roof will be recommended to keep hood from coming into drivers compartment, attachment point bolted or welded no more than 5 inch square, may also have drivers door window netting.

BUMPER any seam welded, internally reinforced automotive car bumper may be used. bumpers must be cut down to fit width of car. If you choose not to run a car bumper you may use a completely flat 3×3 square tube, length of tube can be no wider than fenders. BUMPER MOUNTING for mounting purposes you will be allowed to add a piece of tube up to 4×4- ¼ thick- 8 inch long max . that may be slid into frame and welded to your desired depth, you may also use the aid of a flat mount plate per frame-rail up to 5×5-1/4 thickness. Crush zone on front frame-rail may be removed, bumpers can be welded directly to frame or brackets weld them well we don’t want them coming off. In addition, bumpers must be wired, or chained, two locations to frame or to core support. bumper brackets you can have stock shocks from any car, or 3/8 plate 8 inch long by 4 inches tall!

Youth Class 80 & Newer Full Chain Cars
  1. This is a chain class. Don’t do it because it doesn’t say you can’t. Every effort has been made to make rules clear. Remember this is for the kids to have fun and learn.
  2. Frame repair – (1) up to 4”x5” by 3/16” patch per frame rail, any side but only 1 patch
  3. Open hood inspection or 60% of hood cut out so we can see in.
  4. If running radiator fan, hood must cover the fan.
  5. Open trunk inspection or a min of 10” hole cut in either lid or floor so we can see in
  6. No engine cradles, tranny braces, DP protector’s, or mid-plates.
  7. No pinning, forming, shaping, welding holes shut of the frame allowed.
  8. No seam welding – this includes frame, front clip, cabin/drivers compartment, trunk, NOT anywhere.
  9. No tipping of any car frames.
  10. No rear window bars allowed.
  11. #9 wire – 2 spots from cage to floor/frame/rocker. 2 wraps only. No wire from roof to anywhere.
  12. Electric fuel pump, tranny coolers, headers, floor shifter/cable shifter, hotwire allowed
  13. Modified steering columns allowed
  14. After market gas and brake pedals allowed
  15. Frame notching allowed, but cut must remain open, NO re-welding.
  16. K-frames must remain free floating and rubber must remain in stock position
  17. Motor – can change out to any motor. Frame motor mount can be up to 6” welded in with (2) 2”x2”x1/4” gussets. The engine mount can be bolted/welded to the frame mount.  Also 1 chain or strap 2” x ¼” maybe added from motor to frame located behind pulleys and in front of carburetor.  Chain can be welded or bolted to frame, no more than 3 links welded vertically to frame. Straps no more than 4” welded to frame vertically, or width of strap across top of frame.
  18. Tranny cross brace – factory cross member or up to a 2”x2” tube can be used. Up to a 6” 2’”x2” angle can be welded to frame to set cross member on.
  19. Rear end can be changed out. 4, 5, or 6 bolt rear end. No braced rear ends. No adding, changing package tray’s, only what is factory. Welded or posi gears allowed.
  20. Radiator ONLY, no barrels. Bolted or strapped in, no welding. Only factory stuff in front of radiator (AC condenser, etc) NO added metal anywhere to core support except hood pins.
  21. Bumpers – Must be a factory-made bumper. NO homemade or stuffed bumpers. Can pound down chrome and weld. Leave ends open if you cut off. NO Chrysler V-bumpers.
  22. Bumper brackets – Must remain stock brackets for that car. Can weld to frame and to bumper and can collapse.
  23. Rear bumpers can be chained on with up to 4 chains. 1 wrap. Or can weld on with a max of (1) 4”x4” plate per frame rail to weld on… Pick 1 way, not both. Chain or weld.
  24. All doors can be wired or chained shut. Each seam can have 2 chain/wire. 1 wrap of chain or 2 wraps with wire. Chain/wire can go around frame/rocker.  2 door cars can have 3 chain/wire on bottom seam.
  25. Drivers door can be welded with up to (6) 4”x4”x3/16” patches. 6 total regardless of size. And an exterior door bar allowed no further than 4” past front and rear seam.
  26. 2 front window bars allowed. Max 2” material. A max of 4” of weld on cowl and roof. Drivers door mesh allowed/recommended
  27. 4 point FLOATING cage allowed. Dash, door, and behind seat bars. Bars up to 5” thick walled with 6”x6” plates in corners to weld to.  7” gussets in corners allowed. Door bars max of 60” long and cage to be min of 5” up from floor and tranny hump. Drivers side may have 2 door bars and connected in-between.
  28. Halo bar allowed but only attached to floating cage. Nothing below cage…
  29. Gas tank protector allowed off of seat bar. Max of 24” wide and must be min of 3” away from rear hump area (Area where back of back seat goes).
  30. Hoods to be secured in up to 6 spots. (2) up to 1” rod/bolts at the core support. Can go to core support mounts at frame. No pig tails, gussets, vertical rod only. 5”x5” free floating washers can be used.  And 4 spots with chain/wire sheet metal to sheet metal. Chain can be wrapped 1 time and wire 2 wraps. Or all 6 spots chain/wire.
  31. Hood to have a min of a 12” hole, for fire safety. Up to (8) 3/8” bolts with 1” max washers to bolt skins together. No welding or stuffing hood ribs.
  32. Trunk – 4 chain/wire spots. Chain 1 wrap, wire 2 wraps sheet metal to sheet metal. Truck can be tucked, but 50% must remain in stock position. 2 spots may be wrapped around tail light area.
  33. Wagon tailgates – 4 chain/wire spots. Can NOT go around frame or to roof. 1 wrap chain or 2 wraps with wire.
  34. Body mounts must remain stock bolts in stock position, except the 2 core support bolts if you choose to use them for the hood. All rubber mounts must remain, no replacing body bolts, period… You may add 2 additional 5/8” bolts with up to 4”x4” washers in a place of your choice anywhere behind the firewall and in front of rear hump area. Bolts may not extend up to any part of the car or cage.
  35. Trimming of fenders allowed, but NO welding or bolts can be added.
  36. Floor rust – can be patched with up to 1/8” Sheet metal.  Welded to sheet metal only. Can NOT plate whole floor, just what is needed for safety. Drivers foot area may have a heavier plate welded in only.
  37. No modifications to front A-arms or replacing.
  38. Front suspension can be blocked up or A-frames welded down.
  39. Rear shocks in stock position or no shocks. NO pipe substitutes.
  40. Leaf spring cars can have up to 7 leafs, OEM size leafs. No double mains. 4 clamps per side allowed.
  41. Coil cars can double coils and wire or chain them.
Two Man Class Rules
  1. Any Year car, No pre 1973 imperials or Imp subs. No Sadgons.
  2. Can have a 4x4 bumper welded on front with bumper skin over it or factory bumper. No V-bumpers.
  3. 4 hood bolts or chains. 4 bolts can go to frame and can be as far back as front side of firewall.
  4. 4 rods or chains in the trunk. All 4 bolts can go to frame.
  5. 4 point cage. 2 down bars on each door bar allowed. Door Bar ONLY.
  6. Fix rusty floors
  7. 2 extra body bolts allowed on each side.
  8. Can run radi barrel or radiator, but not attached to frame.
  9. Motor swaps allowed
  10. Slider shafts allowed
  11. NO cradles, DP protectors, or tranny braces
  12. Can weld motor in. Braces located between pulley’s and carb only.
  13. Doors can be welded.
  14. Front and rear window bar allowed. Only 6” of weld on each end. Rear bar must be within 10” of front trunk lid seam. If patch’s are used to weld bar to, 6”x6” max.
  15. Each person should control a part of the operation of the vehicle...  example – 1 steers, the other runs gas pedal and shifter.
Stock Car Rules

1. All cars must be 1979 and older. No convertibles, Imperials or Imperial frames.
2. No welding on frame. No reinforcing, plating, or stuffing the frame, hood, trunk or body panels.
3. BUMPERS: You’re allowed to stuff a factory automotive bumper or weld up to a 4x4 max square tube and have a bumper skin over the 4x4 but cannot do both. If you use a 4x4 it must be straight, NO V's.
4. All Cars will be allowed to plate only top of frame 16 inches back from front of frame, back 16 inches with max 1/4 x4 flat. No C channel, only flat.
5. MOTORS: You can run full cradles and tranny braces, but you can only weld down from front of pulleys to the front of carburetor. It can't go past the back of a-arm. If running a full cradle with DP and or mid plate, firewall must be cut out where the DP will go through the firewall. Tranny cross member must remain stock, and factory to the make of car. Absolutely no pressure in motors.
6. TIRES & RIMS: No diggers on rear axles, must be straight tread. You can run weld in centers.
7. DOORS: Doors must be chained or welded. No seam welding, only use 4"x4" patches and 4 per door max. Drivers door reinforcement may not extend more than 2" out from body and no more than 6" past door seams.
8. HOODS: Hoods may be bolted or chained, 6 chains or 6 bolts. Only 4 of 6 can go through the frame. Max hood washer size 6"x6". Max frame washer size 3x3. Washers are not allowed to be welded to frame in any way.
9. TRUNK LIDS: Trunk lids may be chained or welded. Eight - 4"x4" patches or 8 chain loops. You may also run a rear window bar. The window bar may not extend past the center of truck lid.
10. INTERIOR OF CAR: You can run a full box cage or X brace behind seat but not both. The front dash bar must be 6" back from the DP or engine cradle. The rear dash bar can only run to the back of door seam. 2 down bars allowed off the front dash bar only. Down bars can NOT extend past the furthest forward part of the existing firewall to the frame. You can run 6 bolts from floor to frame anywhere in car, with Max length of bolt 9", Max washer size 4" and cannot be connected. Must have at least a 1" space between washers.
11. NO water barrels allowed! You can run a radiator or a Radi-barrel. You can weld it to the core support and off to each side of the barrel. No gussets or kickers going forward or back off the barrel. Radi-barrel size can’t go past the frame rails.
12. Rear Ends: You can run up to an 8 lug but no reinforcing or bracing of housing.
13. Suspension front: No changing spindles, A-arms, or tie rods. A-arm and tie rods may be fixed/welded on pre-ran cars. Must remain factory. You can weld suspension but CANNOT reinforce the frame in anyway. It's only to hold car up.
14. No painting, grease, or acid to any part of frame or inside of car to cover up cheating.
15. Just because it doesn’t say you can’t do it, doesn’t mean you can. Judges will make the call if the car is overbuilt.
16. If you have to cut, it will be removed all the way. You get one chance to remove it.

Full-Size Chain Stock Cars
  1. Any car allowed except Imperials. Fresh cars allowed, read all rules.
  2. Stock (original) gas tanks must be removed. You must use a boat tank or well-made fuel cell and it must be secured and covered. No plastic tanks or gas cans. Fuel lines must be secured and fastened properly. Place fuel cell behind driver’s seat of the car where the back seat used to be. Must be fastened down securely, NO plumber’s strap, bungee straps or self-tapping screws.  
  3. No studded tires or wheel weights. No snow or aggressive tires on drive wheels. Wheel centers allowed with any ply tire. Double, stuffed, or foam allowed.
  4. Valve stem protectors are acceptable; they must meet judge’s safety standards or be taken off.
  5. Radiator barrels are ok but must be attached to core support only. Cannot touch the frame in any way. If for any reason you use the barrel to strengthen the frame or car you must remove it or you will be disqualified.
  6. Tranny coolers are acceptable inside or outside the car but must have approved steel or hydraulic hose.
  7. Bumper may be welded to shocks, bolted, or chained to the frame so we don’t have loose bumpers on the track. Brackets must be factory to that car. Brackets maybe welded to frame in stock location. Shocks maybe collapsed and welded. You may trim ends. Bumpers are interchangeable. Cannot be stuffed, but chrome can be pounded down and welded, no additional steel may be added. If chrome is welded down, ends must be trimmed off so we can see thru.
  8. Front dash bar is recommended. 4 point floating cage allowed. 2 down bars allowed off dash bar to frame NO further forward than firewall. Cannot go thru firewall..
  9. Stacks thru hood allowed, If not running stacks through the hood, a hole (12” x12” min) must be cut for fire safety.
  10. Trunk lid may be fastened in 6 places with 3/8 chain, 4 loops maximum. 9 wire is OK.
  11. Hood may be fastened in 6 places with 2, up to 1” threaded rod at core support only must remain vertical, and 4 chains, 4 loops max. 9 wire is ok.
  12. Driver’s door may be welded shut and all other doors chained with 3/8”. 2 per seam. No welding of any other doors but driver’s door. The bottom of the door seams may be chained through the door and around the frame.
  13. Frames must be factory stock. No tilting Fords in any way.
  14. No welding up A arms or tie rods. May weld up suspension no more than 3” height.
  15. Batteries must be placed in the passenger’s side floorboard and secured and covered. Any 12 volt battery safely in the car is allowed.
  16. Body mounts must remain in stock position, no bolt replacing with bigger bolts.
  17. No welding leaf springs or adding extra leafs. May have up to 4 clamps per side.
  18. No welding body seams.
  19. Cutting for wheel clearance is allowed.
  20. Homemade shifters, gas pedals, and brake pedals are allowed, but can NOT be connected to frame in any way.
  21. Driver’s side window nets are recommended. Windshield screens recommended.
  22. Motors are interchangeable. May be welded down between motor mounts and behind front pulleys, do not get carried away.
  23. 2 windshield bars allowed, only 5” of weld on roof and cowl. Bars cannot connect to cage.
  24. NO PROTECTORS, CRADLES, EXTREAME CRADLES OR SLIDER DRIVE SHAFTS. IF IT’S NOT A PART FROM THE AUTOMOTIVE FACTORY, YOU CAN’T RUN IT.
  25. Coil springs may be welded, chained or wired in.
  26. No ¾ ton or larger rear ends
  27. Frame repair allowed. Max of 3 patches per frame rail, no more than 2” past bend either way, ¼” thick max material. Must have a min of a 3” gap between patches.
  28. Fresh cars may have up to 1- 4”x6” by ¼” plate on each frame rail of a location of their choice. But ONLY 1 patch per rail!!
  29. 1 rear window bar allowed from roof to trunk lid. Only 6” of weld on roof and trunk must be located within 12” of front trunk lid seam. A 6”x6” pad can be welded to trunk lid to weld bar to.
Lawn Mower Derby Rules

1. All mowers must have stock motors.

2. No mower decks allowed.

3. Everyone must wear a helmet.

4. Must weld leg guards on lawn mower.

5. Extra welding may be added to the front but has to remain looking stock.

6. Bumpers need to be added to the rear of the mower.

7. Any tires may be used.

Any other questions contact 715-733-0662.