(2) No reinforcing of suspension will be allowed.
(3) Making the suspension rigid or jacking up suspension will not be allowed.
(4) No truck suspension components.
(5) Automobile gasoline only. Street legal pump
gasoline permitted. No additives. Gasoline shall not be blended with alcohols,
ethers, or other oxygenates and it shall not be blended with aniline
or its derivatives, nitro compounds, or other nitrogen containing compounds.
Nitrous oxide prohibited.
(a) Each competitor is solely responsible for the effectiveness of personal safety equipment used during
an event. IRWINDALE SPEEDAYWAY IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE EFFECTIVENESS OF
ANY PERSONAL SAFETY EQUIPMENT.
(b) Four-point roll cage required, with halo bar, 3 drivers door bars, 3 bars or “X” bars on passenger
door, cross bar behind driver and one dash crossbar. Driver’s side door plate may be used.
(1) No other interior non-OEM bars or reinforcement supports permitted.
(c) Drivers racing seat recommended.
(d) Hoods must have two pin type locks utilized in the opposite corners of the OEM hinges, or four pin
type locks in each corner. Any under-hood type latching mechanism must be disconnected or
removed. Cable wire in housing operated hood releases not permitted. Hoods must be capable of
being completely opened from the outside of car.
(e) Trunk lids must have two pin type locks utilized in the opposite corners of the OEM hinges, or four pin
type locks in each corner. Any internal latching mechanism must be disconnected or removed.
Trunk lids must be capable of being completely opened from the outside of car.
(f) All drivers must have and use a minimum 3-point seat belt system, however, 5-point recommended;
(1) OEM driver’s seat belts must be in good condition and securely mounted.
(2) Aftermarket driver’s seat belt systems should
be installed in accordance with the directions provided by the supplier and/or manufacturer.
(g) Every car must be equipped with one fully charged fire extinguisher having at least a 10B:C rating.
(1) The fire extinguisher or the fire suppression activation control must be mounted within the seated
drivers reach and readily accessible for use.
(2) Each fire extinguisher must be designed to permit visual determination of whether it is fully charged.
(3) Each fire extinguisher shall have been rated and labeled by one of the following test labs:
(A) Underwriters Laboratories, Northbrook, Illinois.
(B) Factory Mutual Research Corporation, Norwood, Massachusetts.
(h) Every driver must wear a helmet, at least a valid Snell SA 2000 or SA 2005 Standard Snell and/or a
valid SFI 31.1, SFI 31.2 or SFI 31.1/2005, with label, at all times on the track.
(i) Every driver must wear eye protection.
(j) Approved fire suit mandatory. Gloves recommended.
(k) It is recommended the center of steering wheel be padded with 2-inch of resilient material.
(l) It is recommended padding be used on the inside of the driver’s door and on the corner post.
(m) Cars may be equipped with a battery on/off switch.
Any part of equipment found during an inspection or any other time at any NASCAR sanctioned event
that does not meet applicable NASCAR/ Irwindale Speedway standards, must be surrendered to the
NASCAR/ Irwindale Speedway Tech Official at that time, and will not be returned. Failing to do so will
result in: a fine and/or definite or indefinite suspension from NASCAR.
Irwindale Speedway Tech Officials reserve the right to make final decisions in the interpretation of any
rules or race procedures at any time. No equipment will be considered as having been approved by
reason of having passed through inspection. If you have any questions regarding the rules
set forth, contact the Irwindale Speedway Competition Director.