What is Braket Racing

In 2016, StatelineRallyCross changed the sport of rallycross by making it more exciting for driver and spectator alike with the introduction of double elimination bracket racing. With simplified classing of cars based on type of vehicle and drivetrain it creates fun and edge-of-your-seat racing for everyone.

Bracket racing is simply two drivers competing on the same course at the same time. The risk of contact is eliminated, yet the style allows for true racing from the same start line back to the same finish line.

These double elimination bracket events start with a one hour unlimited lap practice session for each driver group. After both driver groups have enjoyed their practice session, the bracket racing begins.

As illustrated below, the driver in the pink car and the driver in the gold car leave the same start line at the same time. They drive the blue course around its entirety crossing over the opponent’s start line on their way back to their start line. The winner is the driver who crosses their start line first. The double elimination racing format allows drivers to know instantly if they won or lost.

Drivers are never close enough to risk impact with their opponent. They are essentially always on opposite sides of the course. There is no passing allowed. If a driver should lose control or slow down considerably, the driver that was caught forfeits that race. That lap will then be ended as necessary.

Once again demonstrating that it is a next level racing company, StatelineRallyCross got rid of cone penalties and orange cones by incorporating stage rally-style course markers. These course markers reduce the need for drivers to use their off time on the course shagging cones.

In addition to amped up excitement for drivers and spectators, bracket racing eliminates the need for complicated timing systems. The concept reduces the need for staffing of events allowing drivers more time to be spectators themselves.

RULES for 2017 Season. Subject to change without notice.

Rallycross is not a casual motorsport. Treating rallycross as a professional sport means taking care of the extra details to make sure we are all SAFE and get as many runs as we can event to event.

The following rules will be strictly enforced for the safety of all participants and to make Stateline Rallycross a premier event.

It is difficult to find suitable areas to hold rallycross events. There are many people involved in organizing an event, spending time, energy, and money to insure all participants have a great experience, for first timers or seasoned rally drivers.

There Will Be No:

  • Hot Dogging
  • Drifting Off Race Course
  • Donuts, Burn Outs, Jumping
  • Speeding Around Venue
  • Test Driving Off Course

Please RESPECT the drivers, spectators, venue host and organizers at events, follow the above rules and Stateline’s policies. If you are unable to follow the rules and respect the guidelines PLEASE stay home.

SEE something SAY something.

If you see an activity that may risk our event, it is you that needs to step up and SAY something. Each of you should have a radio to find SLRC leadership and report any incidents. Whatever you report will be held in confidence and reviewed ASAP.

  1. ELIGIBLE VEHICLES
    Mandatory for all Stateline Rallycross (SLRC) sanctioned Rallycross events. A Rallycross event is open to any fixed-roof, four-wheeled, mass-produced passenger vehicle, crossovers, trucks and SUV’s (including convertibles with a factory hardtop attached, targa-types with factory panel in place, t‐tops with factory panels in place) that can pass safety inspection. If the Event Chairman after consultation with the Event Safety Steward determines at his discretion that a vehicle cannot safely negotiate the course, it may be excluded. The following types of vehicles are ALSO allowed: UTVs, side‐by‐sides, TrophyTrucks, Crosskarts, FormulaCross, Legendcars and tube‐frame vehicles.
  1. VEHICLE/DRIVER SAFETY (Mandatory for all SLRC sanctioned Rallycross events.)
    All vehicles must pass safety inspection on the following points prior to competing. This applies at each event entered. Entry fees, if already paid, will NOT be refunded if a car fails to pass the safety inspection. A safety inspection is not concerned with class compliance.

    1. All loose items, inside and outside the car (including the trunk and storage areas), must be removed. Hand‐held items, including cameras and cell phones, are considered loose items.
    2. Snap-on hubcaps, detachable fender skirts and trim rings must be removed.
    3. Convertible, targa, ort-top vehicles must have their factory OEM hardtop or panels securely in place during course runs OR Roll bar and driver must pass the broom stick clearance test.
    4. Sunroofs must be fully closed. The driver’s window may not be down more than 1” during course runs unless the vehicle is equipped with a window net and/or the driver is using arm restraints. The same restriction applies to the passenger window if there is a passenger.
    5. Wheels must be safely affixed. They shall not be reversed so that the lughole taper does not mate with the chamber of the lugs. All studs and lug nuts must be present, installed correctly and functional.
    6. Tires must be in good condition, with no cord or belts showing or cracks in the tread or sidewall. A space-saving wheel designated by a manufacturer for temporary low speed use and for transiting a short distance may not be used for competition regardless of the type of tire installed. This includes tires that are not designed to with stand cornering side‐loads that can be generated by an automobile of substantially higher curb weight.
    7. Seat lap belts are required in all cars. Installation of shoulder and lap belts is strongly recommended. Seat/shoulder belts must be properly installed with all attaching hardware secure and tight. Competitors are required to wear seat belts when driving in competition. Additional belts must be installed per the manufacturer’s recommendations.
    8. Throttle return action shall be safe and positive.
    9. No excessive fuel, oil, water or brake fluid leaks should be observed when the engine is running. J. Steering wheel “spinner” knobs are not permitted.
    10. Brakes must have an adequate pedal, sufficient fluid in the master cylinder and no apparent hydraulic leaks and shall be operational at all four wheels. The vehicle must have a working parking/emergency brake system.
    11. Physically disabled drivers may use alternate vehicle controls and preparation items appropriate for the nature of their disability. In the case of a driver using alternate controls, extra care should be taken to ensure that the driver does have adequate control of the vehicle and that the control mechanisms can stand up to competition use.
    12. Wheel bearings, shocks, steering, and suspension shall be in good operating condition.
    13. All batteries (on board power supplies) shall be attached to ensure that the battery and/or power supply will remain in place. If a lead‐acid (wet cell) type battery is battery is relocated from its original location, it must be equipped with leak‐proof caps and enclosed in a non-conductive, marine‐type box. Dry cell batteries, commonly known as Recombinant Gas (RG) or Glass Mat Technology (GMT) batteries, are not required to be in a marine-type box. The hot terminal must be insulated on all vehicles. All batteries shall be securely attached to the primary structure of the vehicle.
    14. Roll cages are strongly recommended in all cars. If installed it is strongly recommended that roll cages be constructed according to the rules for stage rally competition used in other sanctioning bodies.
    15. Helmets must be worn by all drivers and passengers during competition. Helmets must be in good condition, fit properly, provide adequate peripheral vision and the chinstrap must be securely fastened. All helmets meeting the latest or three immediately preceding DOT or Snell Foundation standards. Drivers of Open cockpit vehicles must wear goggles or full-face helmets with closed eye shields.
  1. PENALTIES
    1. DNF penalty will be given if a course marker/pylon is upset or totally displaced. For Time Trials and Bracket Racing.
    2. 10 second penalty will be given for each missed gate. This is called a “gate penalty”. A gate is defined as a pair of cones placed opposite each other on the rack, or a single cone with a directional cone to indicate a specific way around that cone. If a gate or a pointer cone is placed at the beginning of slalom, then the car must go through the slalom on alternating sides of the cones. If no gate is at the beginning, then the driver can decide which way to drive through the slalom.
    3. An additional time penalty if so specified in the supplementary regulations may be charged for any uncorrected deviation from the course or for unnecessarily delaying the event.
    4. The penalties listed in this Article can be regarded as the normal penalty. However, the Event Steward can, at his discretion, apply any of the following as warranted by the offense:
      1. Reprimand, which shall be noted in his or her record within the sponsoring region
      2. Fine ($1 to $250)
      3. Probation of competition privileges
      4. Time or Position
      5. Disqualification from competition
      6. Exclusion from competition
      7. Suspension of competition privileges
      8. Loss of accrued points
      9. Recommendation for a ban from future SLRC events
    5. Contestants are reminded that conduct is evaluated and scrutinized both on the course and within the confines of the event site. Unsportsmanlike conduct will be treated as a serious matter. Endangering other competitors, workers or spectators will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis by the Event Steward and Safety Steward. They shall apply penalties as described in “D” at their discretion as warranted by the offense.
  1. PROTESTS
    While the right to protest in proper cases is undoubted, it should be remembered that Rallycross events are Motorsport events conducted in a sporting spirit. Events are organized and managed by amateurs who cheerfully give their time and do their best. The competitor may encounter some 29 imperfections with the event organization, his fellow competitors and course conditions. It is recommended that a competitor wishing to file a protest confer with one of the stewards at the event prior to doing so. No competitor will be denied his/her right to file a protest.
  1. PROTEST PROCESS
    The right to protest shall rest with any entrant, driver, organization or official taking part in the competition in question. Each, alone, may protest any decision, act, or omission of the organizers, an official, entrant, driver or other person connected to the competition, which the protestor believes is in violation of the Rallycross Rules, the Supplementary Regulations, or any conditions attached to the sanctioning of the event by SLRC.

    1. Types of protests
      1. An inquiry is an informal written communication from the competitor to the organizer describing a situation and requesting an action. It requires unilateral action on the part of the organizer. Organizers will respond in writing. If such an inquiry is given to the event or safety steward, it will be passed along to the organizer in a timely manner.
      2. A protest is a written communication on an official protest form, submitted to the Event Steward. These forms will be available from the Event Steward or the organizers.
  1. UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS (UAS)
    Commercial and private unmanned aircraft systems (aka “drones”) are ALLOWED unless prohibited by the SLRC.
  1. MEDIA EXPECTATIONS
    1. Closed toed shoes and long pants to be on track
    2. Have, and wear, a reflective vest
    3. Must attend all driver’s meetings throughout the day
    4. Must abide by Stateliness Rallycross’s General Rules & the venue’s rules
    5. Only limited numbers of media can be approved per event due to safety regulations and insurance policies
  1. Assumption of Risk Rallycross is a potentially dangerous activity that can result in serious injury or death. Participation in all aspects of the activity is voluntary. The ultimate responsibility for participant and vehicle safety lies with the participant, vehicle owner, driver and crew members. The participant agrees that by entering an event, the Participant has had the opportunity to inspect the event site and acknowledges that the event site is safe and suitable for competition. The participant also acknowledges that by participating in the event, the participant may suffer bodily injury or death, or loss or damage to property. The participant further acknowledges that the participant has voluntarily, assumed the risk of bodily injury or death or loss or damage to, property and waives any claims for bodily injury or death, or loss or damage to property against SLRC, its owner/s, directors, officers, employees and agents, event officials, event sponsors, racetrack operators, site owners/operators, and other participants; discharges such persons and entities from responsibility for such losses; and covenants not to sue such persons and entities for bodily injury or death or loss or damage to property.
  2. Release and Waiver of Liability, Assumption of Risk and Indemnity Agreement All participants shall be required as a condition of participation to sign all required entry forms including but not limited to such releases as shall be required by SLRC and/or its insurers consisting of the following or similar wording. Whether or not the participant signs such releases, the participant agrees to the terms set forth below and participant is hereby put on notice of such terms and makes such agreement either by receiving this Rulebook or by participating in the sport, or both. IN CONSIDERATION of being permitted to compete, officiate, observe, work for, or participate in any way in any StatelineRallycross (SLRC) events or activities (EVENTS), or being permitted to enter for any purpose any RESTRICTED AREA thereof (defined as any area requiring special authorization, credentials, or permission to enter or any area to which admission by the general public is restricted or prohibited), I, for myself, my personal representatives, heirs and next of kin: Hereby acknowledge, agree, and represent that I will immediately upon entering any of such RESTRICTED AREAS, and will continuously thereafter, inspect the RESTRICTED AREAS which I enter and I further agree and warrant that, if at any time, I am in or about the RESTRICTED AREAS and I feel anything to be unsafe, I will immediately advise the officials of such and will leave the RESTRICTED AREAS and will refuse to participate further. I understand that the nature of the EVENT may not permit me to inspect the RESTRICTED AREAS and/or EVENT course and facilities (including adjacent areas thereof) with which I may contact during the EVENT prior to my participation and that there may be risks not known to me or that are not foreseeable at this time. I agree that, if at any time, I feel anything to be UNSAFE, I will immediately take all 21 necessary precautions to avoid the unsafe area and REFUSE TO PARTICIPATE further in the EVENT. Hereby RELEASE, WAIVE, and DISCHARGE SLRC, the promoters, participants, racing associations, sanctioning organizations or any affiliate, subsidiary or subdivision thereof, track operators, track owners, officials, car owners, drivers, pit crews, rescue personnel, any person in any RESTRICTED AREA, sponsors, advertisers, owners and lessees of premises used to conduct the EVENTS, premises and event inspectors, surveyors, underwriters, consultants and others who give recommendations, directions, or instructions or engage in risk evaluation or loss control activities regarding the premises or EVENTS and for each of them, their directors, officers, agents, and employees, all for the purposes herein referred to as “RELEASEES,” FROM ALL LIABILITY TO ME, my personal representatives, assigns, heirs, and next of kin FOR ANY AND ALL LOSS OR DAMAGE, AND ANY CLAIM OR DEMANDS THEREFOR ON ACCOUNT OF INJURY TO THE PERSON OR PROPERTY OR RESULTING IN THE DEATH OF THE UNDERSIGNED ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THE EVENTS, WHETHER CAUSED BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF THE RELEASEES OR OTHERWISE. In addition, I COVENANT NOT TO SUE any of the RELEASEES based upon any claim arising out of any of the EVENTS. Hereby ASSUME FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY RISK OF BODILY INJURY, DEATH OR PROPERTY DAMAGE arising out of or related to the EVENTS whether caused by the NEGLIGENCE OF RELEASEES or otherwise. Hereby AGREE TO INDEMNIFY AND SAVE AND HOLD HARMLESS the RELEASEES and each of them from any loss, liability, damage, or cost they may incur due to claims brought against the RELEASEES arising out of my injury, or death, or damage to my property while I am in the RESTRICTED AREAS and/or while competing, practicing, officiating, observing or working for or for any purpose participating in the EVENTS and whether caused by the negligence of the RELEASEES or otherwise. Hereby acknowledge that THE EVENTS ARE POTENTIALLY VERY DANGEROUS and involve the risk of serious injury and/or death and/or property damage. I also expressly acknowledge that INJURIES MAY BE COMPOUNDED OR INCREASED BY NEGLIGENT RESCUE OPERATIONS OR PROCEDURES OF THE RELEASEES. Hereby agree that this Release and Waiver of Liability, Assumption of Risk and Indemnity Agreement extends to all acts of negligence by the RELEASEES, INCLUDING NEGLIGENT RESCUE OPERATIONS and is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by the laws of the Province or State in which the EVENTS are conducted and that if any portion thereof is held invalid, it is agreed that the balance shall, not withstanding, continue in full legal force and effect. 22 I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT, FULLY UNDERSTAND ITS TERMS, UNDERSTAND THAT I HAVE GIVEN UP SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS BY SIGNING IT, AND HAVE SIGNED IT FREELY AND VOLUNTARILY WITHOUT ANY INDUCEMENT, ASSURANCE, OR GUARANTEE BEING MADE TO ME AND INTEND MY SIGNATURE TO BE A COMPLETE AND UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE OF ALL LIABILITY TO THE GREATEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW.
  3. In accordance with the SLRC insurance guidelines, all competing and non-‐‐ competing participants over the age of majority in the state in which the event is being conducted must sign a Release and Waiver of Liability, Assumption of Risk and Indemnity Agreement (form MS-‐‐1). Those under the age of majority must have a completed Minor Release and Waiver of Liability and Indemnity Agreement (form MS-‐‐2A) on file with a Registrar/Region. All drivers must have a valid driver’s license. For competitors, the Minor Waiver form must be signed by both parents/legal guardians if the minors are to be drivers/passengers. If signed by both parents/legal guardians, the form is valid at all Rallycross events held in that Region for the remainder of that calendar year unless otherwise notified. All parent/legal guardian signatures must be witnessed by an adult SLRC member. The Region may, at its discretion, require that any form completed off-‐‐site be signed and witnessed in the presence of an adult SLRC member or a Notary. Copies of the original Minor Waiver form may be used at individual events or a Minor Photo ID card may be issued by the Region. Minors may not attend non-‐‐spectator events without a properly completed waiver.

IGNORANCE OF RULES IS NO DEFENSE!!
IF IT DOESN’T SAY YOU CAN ~ THEN YOU CAN’T!!

Head to Head events will have classing based on driveline and or type of vehicular at each event. Classes may also be broken down into sub-classes if SLRC staff is compelled to do so.

  • FWD
  • RWD
  • AWD
  • UTV
  • Truck/SUV
  • CircleTrack/Demo/Endurance

A vehicle begins in the Stock class when new and progresses to the Prepared and then Modified classes as changes are made. For each change listed in the first column, the columns labelled Stock, Prepared, and Modified indicate whether the given change is allowed in that class. If a change is not listed then it is to be assumed that that change is not allowed in any class.

1

Options/Parts

Stock Prep Mod
A. Complete OEM options packages added or removed
Packages offered by the factory at the time of ordering
YES YES YES
B. Individual OEM line item options added or removed
Items offered individually by the factory at the time of ordering
YES YES YES
C. Any part replaced with any new unmodified OEM or unmodified mass‐produced aftermarket replacement part intended by the manufacturer for the specific year, make and model of vehicle YES YES YES
D. Any part replaced with any rebuilt OEM or mass‐produced aftermarket part intended by the manufacturer for the specific year, make and model of vehicle rebuilt to exact OEM specifications YES YES YES

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Safety

Stock Prep Mod
A. Roll cages and roll hoops added
A full roll cage built to SCCA Improved Touring specifications or better is recommended
YES YES YES
B. Driver restraints and harness bars added
The number of attachment points may not be less than originally equipped and all items must be installed per the manufacturer’s recommendations.
YES YES YES
C. Interior components modified to the minimum extent necessary for the proper installation of allowed safety equipment YES YES YES

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Protection

Stock Prep Mod
A. Mud flaps made from flexible materials added YES YES YES
B. Skid plates protecting suspension and drivetrain components made out of metal, composite materials or plastic derivatives added or replacing non-metallic OEM panels YES YES YES
C. Strut tower reinforcement plates that mount outside of the strut tower top with no chassis rigidity elements added YES YES YES

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Interior

Stock Prep Mod
A. Cosmetic and convenience items which do not give a performance advantage or weigh less than the standard part they are replacing added
(Shift knobs, pedal covers, in-car entertainment)
YES YES YES
B. Spare tires, tools, jacks, and any related covers removed YES YES YES
C. Driver’s seat replaced with a full-sized and fully upholstered seat YES YES YES
D. Front passenger’s seat replaced with a full-sized and fully upholstered seat YES YES YES
E. Rear passenger’s seat(s) removed NO YES YES
F. Interior panels, trim, and carpeting behind the B-pillar removed or modified NO YES YES
G. Front passenger’s seat removed NO NO YES
H. Interior panels, trim, and carpeting from the B-pillar forward removed or modified providing that any edges created by the modifications that the driver or passenger may contact must be properly insulated to prevent injury NO NO YES

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Body

Stock Prep Mod
A. Structural bumper beams and related mounting hardware and components removed or modified NO NO YES
B. Additional hood and trunk latches added YES YES YES
C. Non-metallic front bumper cover and any attached splitters/spoilers removed for the event provided that there are no exposed fluid containers below the crash bar YES YES YES
D. Rear wings, hood scoops/vents, and other dress-up items listed in the vehicle manufacturer’s US accessory catalog for that vehicle for normal highway use added and installed as directed by the manufacturer YES YES YES
E. Non-metallic fender/wheel well liners modified, removed, or replaced with any non-metallic design/material. Ground-‐facing non-metallic shields beneath the engine compartment may be modified or removed, provided they are forward of the passenger compartment NO YES YES
F. Non-metallic ground-facing shields beneath the engine compartment that are forward of the passenger compartment and not integrally molded to the front bumper or valance modified, removed, or replaced with any non-metallic design/material. NO YES YES
G. Non-essential body panels, grilles, side mirrors, and trim pieces removed, modified, relocated, or replaced with panels of any design or fire resistant material for the purpose of weight reduction or balance providing that the shape of the body remains recognizable as that of the manufacturer’s make and model, and the structural strength of the vehicle is not reduced or compromised
Doors, hoods, trunk lids, sunroofs, hatchbacks, etc., need not function as originally designed; however, the driver door and passenger doors (if a passenger seat is present) must maintain sufficient functionality to allow safe ingress/egress
NO NO YES
H. Front side windows replaced with safety nets NO NO YES
I. Windshields removed or replaced with Lexan or equivalent NO NO YES
J. Rear side and rear windows in non-convertibles removed or replaced with safety nets, Lexan or equivalent NO NO YES
K. Roof panels and sunroof panels replaced with metal of at least the same thickness as original roof skin. NO NO YES

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Electrical/Lighting

Stock Prep Mod
A. Battery or batteries added or substituted with any type or size NO YES YES
B. Battery or batteries relocated within the engine compartment or trunk area/luggage compartment behind the rearmost seats. Longer battery cables may be substituted to permit relocation and holes may be drilled to accommodate mounting of the battery and cables NO YES YES
C. Longer battery cables added and holes drilled to the minimum extent necessary to accommodate the proper installation of allowed relocated battery or batteries NO YES YES
D. Vehicle lights replaced with alternate bulbs and housings YES YES YES
E. Auxiliary lights and their power and control systems added YES YES YES
F. Non-optional OEM lights removed NO NO YES

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Engine

Stock Prep Mod
A. Alcohol fuels NO NO NO
B. Nitrous oxide systems NO NO NO
C. Electric power plant motors, controllers, components, and wiring modified or replaced NO NO NO
D. Any type of unleaded, E85, or diesel/biodiesel fuel commonly available at fuel stations YES YES YES
E. Fuel cell, fuel filter, or fuel pumps replaced with any commercially marketed items of any design/material provided that any elements located in the passenger compartment are shielded by a metal bulkhead and any fuel lines running through the passenger compartment are of metal or metal braided construction NO NO YES
F. Air filter replaced with aftermarket units that fit into the stock air box YES YES YES
G. Intake system upstream from the throttle body replaced with any design/material NO YES YES
H. On carburetor-equipped cars, carburetor, intake manifold, and air filter system and associated parts replaced with any design/material.
This does not allow for fuel injection to be added.
NO YES YES
I. Exhaust systems that do not exit to the rear of the driver NO NO NO
J. Exhaust systems that do not comply with local noise restrictions NO NO NO
K. Exhaust system from the catalytic converter back removed or replaced YES YES YES
L. Exhaust systems from the cylinder head exhaust ports back replaced with any design/material NO YES YES
M. Catalytic converters removed NO NO NO
N. Multiple catalytic converters replaced with one functional unit NO YES YES
O. Catalytic converter(s) replaced with functional high-flow model(s) NO YES YES
P. Forced induction boost regulation systems, either electronic or mechanical, modified, replaced, or reprogrammed NO YES YES
Q. Forced induction components added, modified, or replaced with alternate designs/materials
(Turbochargers, superchargers, and their hoses and piping)
NO NO YES
R. Electronic engine controls modified, piggybacked, or reprogrammed NO YES YES
S. Electronic engine controls replaced NO NO YES
T. Accessory drive pulleys and belts removed or replaced with any design/material NO YES YES
U. Engine cooling radiators replaced with alternate items where the radiator core dimensions (width, height, thickness) are no smaller than the standard part that mount to OEM radiator mounts and have a fluid capacity and dry weight no less than that of the standard part
Installation of an alternate radiator may serve no other purpose (e.g. to allow a cold air intake passage).
NO YES YES
V. Engine fan and fan shroud (unless it serves another purpose, e.g., as an alternator/generator mount) removed, modified or replaced NO YES YES
W. Electrically driven fans added NO YES YES
X. Oil cooling radiators for engine, transmission, or differentials added, modified, or replaced with any design/material that serve no other purpose and have a fluid capacity and dry weight no less than that of the standard part
Radiator(s) and their lines must be securely mounted, reside in the engine bay area, or the general location of the OEM part being replaced or modified and no lines may be routed through the passenger compartment.
NO YES YES
Y. Body parts or structure altered to the minimum extent necessary to accommodate the proper installation of allowed cooling radiators NO YES YES
Z. Internal combustion engine replaced with another internal combustion engine of any design NO NO YES

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Drivetrain

Stock Prep Mod
A. Clutch disc and/or pressure plate replaced with a unit that fits all the other unmodified, stock components YES YES YES
B. Clutch disc and/or pressure plate replaced with any design/material NO YES YES
C. Automatic transmission torque converter replaced with any design/material. NO YES YES
D. Shifting levers and bushings modified or replaced with alternate designs/materials NO YES YES
E. One differential replaced with a mechanically governed limited slip or locking unit of an alternate type.
This includes spools and welded stock differentials. Differentials must be contained in a stock unmodified housing/third member with stock or optional ring and pinion ratios available for the specific model, body, and year of the vehicle only.
NO YES YES
F. External manual or electronic to regulate slip or locking of any differential(s) added NO NO YES
G. Any or all drivetrain component(s) modified or replaced with any design/material NO NO YES

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Electronic Systems

Stock Prep Mod
A. Tire pressure monitoring systems disabled, sending units removed, or signals altered YES YES YES
B. Antilock braking systems disabled YES YES YES
C. Electronic traction control systems disabled YES YES YES
D. Antilock braking systems removed NO YES YES
E. Electronic traction control systems removed NO YES YES

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Chassis

Stock Prep Mod
A. One rear trailer hitch/receiver that serves no other purpose added
Complete or partial removal of the hitch is allowed for competition provided it does not result in a reduction in weight compared to the unmodified standard configuration
YES YES YES
B. Frame rails, brackets, and cosmetic components modified to the minimum extent necessary for the proper installation of allowed rear trailer hitch/receiver YES YES YES
C. Front strut tower bracing bars added, removed, modified, or replaced with alternate designs/materials NO YES YES
D. Rear strut tower bracing bars added, removed, modified, or replaced with alternate designs/materials NO YES YES
E. Non-metallic bushings, including any suspension, steering rack, engine, transmission, differential, and body/frame mount bushings replaced with non-metallic bushings of any material that attach to the original factory location without modification NO YES YES
F. Chassis reinforcement bracing added NO NO YES
G. Chassis seam welding performed NO NO YES

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Suspension/Steering

Stock Prep Mod
A. Wheel alignment settings that can be accomplished within the unmodified adjustment range as delivered from the factory using alignment techniques described by the factory service manual YES YES YES
B. Wheel alignment settings outside of the OEM adjustment range NO YES YES
C. Front sway bar added, removed, disabled, or replaced with any aftermarket unit
A replacement front sway bar may serve no other purpose than originally intended by the vehicle manufacturer. In the case where the front sway bar is also a suspension locating link, stock geometry and methods of attachment must be maintained.
YES YES YES
D. Rear sway bar added, removed, disabled, or replaced with any design/material NO YES YES
E. Shocks/dampers/struts replaced with mass‐produced aftermarket units intended by the manufacturer for the specific year, make and model of vehicle that have less adjustments than the OEM units YES YES YES
F. Shocks/dampers/struts rebuilt with non-OEM valving, fluid weights, or strut inserts NO YES YES
G. Shocks/dampers replaced with aftermarket units with remote reservoirs where the OEM units did not have them NO YES YES
H. Shocks/dampers replaced with any design/material
The installation may incorporate an alternate upper spring perch/seat and/or mounting block (bearing mount).
NO YES YES
I. Springs replaced with alternate designs/materials NO YES YES
J. Springs mounted in a manner different than OEM NO YES YES
K. Spring perches modified or replaced with a non-OEM design
Includes threaded collars and alternate upper spring perch/seat and/or mounting block/bearing mounts.
NO YES YES
L. Damper attachment points on the body/frame/sub frame/chassis/suspension member modified NO NO YES
M. Camber plates and crash bolts added, removed, disabled, or replaced with any design/material NO YES YES
N. Upper mounting holes MacPherson struts slotted and holes added to the minimum extent necessary for the proper installation of allowed camber plates NO YES YES
O. Center clearance holes for MacPherson struts modified NO NO YES
P. Camber kits, also known as camber compensators installed
These kits consist of either adjustable length arms or arm mounts (including ball joints) that provide a lateral adjustment to the effective length of a control arm.
NO YES YES
Q. MacPherson strut modified to or replaced with struts that change the suspension geometry or attachment points (e.g., affecting the position of the lower ball joint or spindle) NO NO YES
R. Shock/damper adjustment system capable of adjustment while the car is in motion added NO NO YES
S. Non-integral longitudinal arms that primarily control fore/aft wheel movement (e.g. trailing arm(s) or link(s) of a multilink suspension) modified or replaced with alternate designs/materials NO NO YES
T. Lateral locating links/arms on swing or trailing arm suspensions modified or with alternate designs/materials
The replacement arms or mounts must attach to the original standard mounting points. All bushings may not be moved or relocated on the arm, except as incidental to the camber adjustment.
NO YES YES
U. Main arms on swing or trailing arm suspensions modified or replaced with alternate designs/materials NO NO YES
V. Knuckle/bearing housing/spindle assembly on swing or trailing arm suspensions modified or replaced with alternate designs/materials NO NO YES
W. Steering wheel and its attachment mechanisms replaced with any design/material NO YES YES
X. Any or all suspension component(s) modified or replaced with any design/material/geometry NO NO YES

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Wheels

Stock Prep Mod
A. Wheels that have been altered from their OEM state NO NO NO
B. Non-OEM wheel sizes used YES YES YES
C. Wheel spacers that use properly sized mounting hardware added YES YES YES
D. Lug bolts replaced with properly sized wheel studs YES YES YES
E. Lug bolts or lug nuts replaced with aftermarket items of any material YES YES YES

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Tires

Stock Prep Mod
A. Tires that contact any part of the car added
(fenders, fender liners, suspension, etc.)
NO NO NO
B. Home-built studs added to tires NO NO NO
C. Non-OEM tire sizes fitted YES YES YES
D. Inner tubes added to tires YES YES YES
E. Retread or recapped tires fitted YES YES YES
F. Tires not street legal in the USA fitted
Tires that are street legal in the USA will carry a valid TIN number that is registered with the NHTSA, not just a “DOT” stamp.
NO YES YES
G. Tires marked “For competition only”, “Not for street use” or similar fitted NO YES YES
H. Tires altered from their OEM state
Either through addition or subtraction, other than normal wear
NO YES YES

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No timing, just a Start and Finish line winners move on and two-time almost winners go to almost winners bracket for more racing. NO CONES!!! Stateline uses Euro-style course markers. Learning the course is part of the sport. Any driver that hits a course marker or causes a Red Flag will forfeit that race lap.

Two Drivers will start at two different Start/Finish lines on the same course. Two driver car rule. If both drivers of the same car race into the same late bracket each will run a lap on a stopwatch to move to the next bracket. Two driver cars will be placed on 1st round bracket to reduce that risk. No more than 2 drivers in any one ride.

One HOUR morning test and tune sessions for each driver group (two groups of 20 or less drivers). You will get more laps and racing time at this event than any other you have raced.

Blind Draw Brackets will set afternoon Double Elimination. Winner run-off and almost winner run-off races.

Coming Soon!

BFR - Sept
Date: Sep 23, 2017
Time: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Venue: Big Fox Run
Program: Bracket Racing
BMS - November
Date: Nov 12, 2017
Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Venue: Byron Motosports Park
Program: Bracket Racing