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Fall Brawl Demo Payout Sept. 29 2013
Kids 6-under FREE, kids 7-14 $5, Seniors 65+ $10, Adults $12. Family Pass (2 adults, 2 kids 7-14, plus any 6-under) $30. Pit Pass $25.
Pits Open/Tech Starts 1:00 MUST BE IN LINE TO TECH BY 4:00
For 2013 we will follow R & R rules for modified weld for fullsize and compact. This is a good set of rules and ran a lot in this area. It seems the best option for everyone to use the same type of rules so you are able to build for multiple derbies. http://www.randrpromotions.com/Rules.html
Fullsize Wire rules posted below.
Rollover contest rules posted below.
Grandstands Open at 3. First Crash at 5:00!!!
Compact WELD Full Size Weld Full Size Wire
1 500 1000 1000
2 300 600 600
3 200 400 400
4 100 200 200
5 50 100 100
THESE ARE THE ONLY 3 CLASSES WE ARE RUNNING THIS YEAR!
Pit Pass is $25.00 ea.
Compact cars have no other entry fee/car
Fullsize Weld Class AND fullsize wire class have $25.00 entry fee/car
Trophies for Feature Winners
Compact Car Rollover Contest - Need 3 or more pre-entries to have it. $300 to win $100 for second. Must be at least 18yrs old.
Burn Out Contest - Need 3 or more pre-entries to have it. $200 winner take all!
No cost to enter burn-out or rollover contest (must have pit pass and sign competition waiver).... just need to email or call to pre-enter. firstname.lastname@example.org 660-216-0871
Bloomfield Fall Brawl Fullsize Wire Class Demo Rules 2013
NO CHECKS - CASH ONLY
Passenger cars or station wagons 1967 or newer (NO imperials or components of, NO 03' and up Fords, NO suicide Lincolns, NO ambulances, NO hearses, NO 4x4's)
All drivers must wear helment, eye protection, and seat belt.
Car number plate must be mounted on roof, number must be clearly read by scorers. 15"x15" minimum.
All glass, chrome, tools, beer cans, trash, etc, etc... MUST be remove prior to entering tech.
Battery must be moved to passenger floor area - secured and covered.
Factory fuel tank must be removed. Fuel tank must be relocated to rear seat area, maximum 6 Gal capacity, must be SECURE AND SAFE.... all fuel line conections must be safe and free from leaks. If running electric fuel pump you must have shut-off switch within reach of driver AND LABELED. Fuel cell protectors may be used, maximum 24" wide, may be attached to rear seat bar, must be more than 1" away from sheetmetal. This is NOT to strengthen car in anyway or it will be removed.
ENGINE / DRIVETRAIN
Any make of drivetrain to any car.
Any 5 lug rear end may be used. Engine must remain in factory location. Engine cradle, halo and pulley protectors ARE allowed, but NO KICKERS to frame. Engine may be wired or chained to frame. NO mounts from engine or transmission may be attached to cowl bar. NO midplate engine/transmission mounts. Transmission cooler allowed but must be secured and safe.
DISTRIBUTOR PROTECTORS (DP)
Distributor protectors ARE allowed. NOT to be in contact with firewall prior to event. DP are NOT to come in contact with cowl bar before, during, OR after event. NO kickers of any kind off DP. DP NO bigger than 12"X12".
Front upper a-arms may be welded or wired down (see bumper height in bumper section). Tie-rods ends must be stock, but the center can be re-enforced-NO HEIM ENDS. You may replace upper ball joints with one bolt with max diameter same as stock ball joint stud. You may replace stock steering column and shaft with replacement collapsable shaft and/or steering joints. Quick release steering wheel - OK. ONLY FACTORY LEAFED CARS ALLOWED. Leaf springs must be stock, you may add one spring as long as the main leaf spring, you can't wrap the added leaf spring to make a double main. The Main leaf spring must be the top spring in the spring pack and leaf springs must stagger down with at least a 2 inch stagger from longest to smallest. You can re-clamp springs, 6 clamps per side homemade or factory. Homemade clamps may NOT exceed 2x4x1/4 inch. You can put spacers in sagging coil springs to get your height. You can bolt or wire coil springs to rear-end and frame to prevent springs from falling out. You may weld leaf spring mounting brackets to prevent them from becoming unbolted-no added metal.
TIRES / WHEELS
15" max wheel diameter. Must have air in tire only. Any ply but cannot be doubled up or foam filled. Skid loader tires OK. Stem protectors ok. NO split rims or studded tires. Wheel weights MUST be removed.
Any Automotive bumper and bumper brackets may be used on any car but only 1 set of brackets may be used. Bumper brackets must remain stock and no cut/relocating of bracket parts. Bumper may be reinforced/loaded, but all work must be done inside and remain stock appearing. You can weld bumper brackets and shocks to the bumper. You can weld shocks to shock towers. You may trim bumper ends or fold them around. Welding on the bumper skins together (chrome to inner liner of bumper) is allowed. When welding bumpers, shocks and brackets – do not add any metal. Weld shocks and brackets solid if you wish. Bumpers may be welded directly to horns with NO added metal. Bumper height (measured from bottom of stock bumper material to ground): min: 16" - max 24" . FRONT bumper may be WIRED to radiator support with 4 loops in 4 places. NO STRAPS. REAR bumper may be WIRED to trunk deck with 4 loops in 4 places. NO STRAPS.
Radiator must remain in factory location and operational. Radiator support mounts may be replaced with up to 1" threaded rod from frame mount to hood. Four Additional hood bolts may be added (sheetmetal to sheetmetal) with hood plates 6" x 6" x 1/2" or smaller. NO bolts, threaded rod, plates, etc.... may be attached to any part of engine, trans, DP, cradle, etc... Hood must have big enough holes for inspection and fighting fires.
Frames may be cold bent with NO added material. TOP seam of frame from a-arms forward may be rewelded (1/2" max. width). Rusted frames may be repaired with 3/16" metal up to 2" past the rusted area. Leave the rust. Bent frames may be repaired with 3/16" metal 4" x 6" and only welded to one side of frame. You are allowed a total of 4 patches on each frame rail. NO layering of patches. If we can not tell frame was bent you will cut off patch. Drill 1/2" hole for inspection in any/all patches. You may loop chain or wire from rear end to frame at hump on each side. No bigger than #9 wire or one loop of 3/8"chain. You may wire rear frame rails together at two spots behind rear end with maximum of 4 loops around frame - NO cable or chains.
Body mount bolts may be replaced with 1" or smaller dia. bolts/all-thread. Plates on top of sheetmetal may not be welded and must be less than 1/2"x6"x6". Rubber body mounts may be removed and/or replace with similar sized solid 'puck'.
Trunks, package areas, spare tire areas, doors, etc... must remain empty and inspectable. Must have holes cut in trunk lid and/or trunk area large enough to inspect trunk. NO all-thread in trunk area - wire only! Wheel openings may be cut for tire clearance and bolted back together using maximum of 8 3/8" dia. bolts per wheel opening with standard 3/8 washers - no oversized washers or plates. For safety - windshield area MUST have wire, pipe, or bar from firewall to roof in center of opening, NOT to be designed to strengthen firewall/roof area - FOR SAFETY ONLY. NO bars allowed in rear glass/package areas to roof. NO bars, pipes, straps in side window areas, wire IS allowed. Driver must have easy access in and out of vehicle either through side window or windsheild area. On hardtop cars only, for safety, one - 4" x 3/16" strap may be welded from door post to roof on each side.
DRIVERS DOOR/CAGE/ROLL LOOP
Drivers door may be welded shut, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. You may use up to 3/16" x 3" strap at seams. All other doors must be wired shut. For drivers protection you may have a bar or X welded behind drivers seat from door post to door post. You may also have a cowl/dash bar welded across in dash area. Bars may be welded between cowl bar and seat bar, but must ONLY be attached to those bars, must run as horizontal as possible. Roll loop (inside or over roof) may be welded or bolted to seat bar, door bar, floor or sheet metal ONLY. NO kickers of any kind. NO part of cage or roll loop may be attached to frame. NO part of roll loop or cage may extend more than 12" past the back of the front seat. ALL FOR SAFETY - Judges decisions are final.
2013 Rollover Contest Rules:
1. #1 Rule is to HAVE FUN with this, and to KEEP IT SAFE!
2. Any compact car.
3. Remove all burnable interior, dash is optional.
All insulation under hood must be removed.
Must have holes in hood to fight fires. All chrome, trim, glass,
loose items, tools, trash, etc. MUST be removed prior to event.
4. Sunroof openings must be sealed off with securely mounted steel.
5. If windshield is removed you may use screen or lexan.
Recommend using support braces if screen or lexan is used.
Window net must be added to drivers side.
6. A roll loop behind drivers seat MUST be used. Recommend it
be X-braced.Hoop bar must be reinforced with two down bars
(connecting at at least 2/3rds of the way up the hoop for added
stability and must be full height and width of car. Four pt. cages
or other frame and body supports are highly recommended but
7. Driver’s Door must be welded chained or bolted shut. Drivers
door may be reinforced.
8. Must have functioning brakes. Cars without adequate brakes
will not be allowed to compete.
9. Passenger car, DOT approved tires. No studded tires or chains.
10. Battery may be relocated. Must be secured and covered, in
11. Full-face helmets, neckbrace, long sleeve shirt, long pants and gloves
mandatory. Flame retardant suit and approved racing shoes are highly
12. Drivers seat and seat belts must be securely fastened to vehicle.
Aftermarket seat and seat belts are allowed.
13. Drivers must be at least 18 years of age.