River Glade Speedway


2006 Warrior Rules


SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Track officials may check any car at any time. If any piece or part is found unsafe car will not be allowed to race until car is brought up safety standards. This however will not guarantee your safety.

(A) Drivers fire suit free of grease and oil recommended.
(B) There must be at a 4-point stock car safety harness that will pass inspection, fastened to frame or roll cage. No reel out mechanism or regular passenger seat belts.
(C) Safety helmet, Snell 85 minimum required at all times when on track.
(D) A minimum of 3 inches clearance is required between top of driver's helmet and bottom of overhead roll cage bar.
(E) All doors must be bolted or welded shut. Doors not to be cut down.
(F) All glass except windshield must be removed. Windshield must have safety glass at all times. No plexi glass, or lexan is allowed. Must have WINDOW NET in drivers window. No closing in of side windows.
(G) All cars must have stock 4 wheel brakes, working. Stock type brake pedal. Absolutely no adjustable proportioning valves. Master cylinder must be under hood in stock location. No drilled rotors. Only one master cylinder is allowed.
(H) Batteries installed inside car must have protective covering and be securely fastened down.
(I) There must be 2 hooks front and rear, for easy tow truck pick up.
(J) Trunk lids and hoods must be securely fastened in place with safety pin retainers.
(K) A securely fastened, quick release fire extinguisher is required within easy reach of the driver. Must have recharge dated no earlier than January 1. of current year.
(L) Must have stock steering column in stock location.
(M) Cars with electric fuel pumps must have shut off in drivers window in reach of driver belted in.
(N) Drivers must exhibit good safety procedures at all times.


BODIES & BUILDING RULES
(A) Only North American 6 cyl automatic stock bodied cars, non North American 4 cyl multiport cars and all 4 cyl Honda and Volkswagen powered cars. No trucks, convertibles or limited production or rare sports type cars are allowed. All cars are to be front wheel drive and not turbo-charged.
Also any car legal for Sunday Drivers© Built to WARRIORS© rules.
(B) All chassis must remain stock length and must be registered on application.
(C) Only stock body allowed. Car body must be centered on frame and remain in stock configuration, be neat appearing, have all doors, hood, fenders and trunk lid unless car has been damaged at that race meet.
(D) All chrome moldings, ornaments, door handles, glass (except windshield), headlights, tail lights and plastic components etc. must be removed. Original wheel arches must be retained. All hood and trunk bracing and hinges must be retained. Cars must be presentable and not have foul language printed on them.
(E) All the interior upholstery must be removed. All inner panels must be retained (except dash) all holes in fire wall must be covered with steel. Scuff bars 1 1/2 inch pipe or square tube may be used. They must be securely fastened with at least 4 3/8 dia. bolts with smooth carriage type head or be counter sunk into scuff bars.
(F) One mirror in stock location in center of car only.
(G) Bucket seat may be used if it is a fold down type it must be secured to avoid pitching forward. Seat must not be fiberglass and must be sound otherwise seat is not a tech item.
(H) Drivers seat must remain in front seat location of car. Not back past center post. .
(J) CAR NUMBERS: Numbers will be assigned by track officials. Numbers must be at least 18 inches high and 3 inches wide, lettered neatly. They should be as large as possible for ease of scoring. They must contrast with body colour of car. The car must have numbers on both sides and right side of roof. Scorers will not except responsibility for incorrect scoring of cars on which numbers are not clear and easily read. A 6 inch high number must be painted on right side of windshield.
(K) Roll bars must be used to protect driver. It is mandatory that  there be four uprights joined at top with hoop. Also recommended cars have 2 pipes going back to frame or trunk area to maximum of 8 inches behind rear axle. There must be a minimum of  3, 1 1/2" dia. and .095" thick pipes inside of driver's door. Inner door parts may be removed to accommodate them. Also must have a bar from door cage to frame to protect drivers feet. All pipes to be 1 1/2" in. dia and .095" in thick min. There must be four pipes between uprights at top of doors. More pipes may be added in this area (even diagonally) from
one upright to the next but none diagonally through drivers compartment. Diagonal recommended in main hoop behind driver.
In cars that are very sound in floor area a roll bar similar to Sunday Drivers© may be used until car is brought up to standard. Pop rivet repairs will not be considered sound enough for a 2 roll bar type assembly.
A door plate 1/4 by 12 inches running from wheel opening to wheel opening may be used in lieu of door bars. In that case all door structure must be retained. Cage must be electric welded and have gussets at all joints. Every place cage is fastened to frame or floor area must be reinforced with at least a 6 by 6 by 1/8 plate bolted or welded to car.
All sizes are minimums.
(L) Cars must have overflow cans for radiator and engine breather in engine compartment.
(M) Must have bumpers in original position, any stock type, or appropriate pipe bumper with no sharp edges exposed. On home made bumpers a pipe or similar piece of metal must extend from frame horn to bumper. Bumper is not be fastened directly to frame horns in such a manner as to reinforce frame. No push bars to be built on top of bumper. No channel iron bumpers. Chain must hold front and rear bumper to frame. An appropriate device may be used on rear bumper to alleviate problems of hooking bumpers. Device may run along either inside or outside of rear fender and be securely fastened to rear bumper. Fender may be bolted to this device with carriage type bolts. This device may not be corner braced or "X" braced in any manner that would significantly strengthen the end of rear bumper Also may not be fastened to anything not described above.
(N) Must have original grills or have area meshed in.
(O) 6" Rear spoiler is allowed (optional)

DRIVE TRAIN:
(A) Drive train must be stock and unmodified.
(B) Transmission must be stock and have a stock type torque converter (if automatic) with 1800 RPM stall speed.
(C) Differential may not be locked or positraction.


SUSPENSION:
The suspension must be absolutely stock for year and make of chassis. All chassis will be checked and classed legal as to year and make of chassis. Chassis will have to conform to regular passenger car chassis for that year and make of car. For example every tng must be running regular, ordinary and unmodified stock passenger car rotors, brakes, spindles, control arms, ball joints, pitman arm, idler arm and steering box. Suspension must not be changed or modified (braced) in any way except as indicated in these rules.

THE FOLLOWING MAY BE CHANGED:
(1) Springs may be torched or cut to lower car or exchanged for heavier ones.
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(2) Cars will be given means of adjusting camber if there is not enough adjustment is built into car. Ask before modifying anything.

THE FOLLOWING MAY NOT BE CHANGED:
(1) Stock sway bars in original position on frame and lower control arm, with OEM spacer kit. If chassis came with sway bar on rear it may be used in stock location.
(2) Shocks must be stock or stock replacement for the car being raced. One per corner of car mounted in stock location. No air shocks or racing shocks. Part number must be on shock. A part number indicates that a shock fits a particular car. A number that indicates that the shock has a certain size shaft, certain length or strength will not be considered a part number. Shocks must be manufactured by a company that makes shocks for a wide range of cars and sells them in a place common people (not necessarily racers) frequent. i.e. dealerships auto parts stores. It will be responsibility of the racer to provide information that their shocks meet all of the above rules.


FUEL AND FUEL TANKS:
(A) All fuel tanks, must be completely enclosed in a steel box, installed in trunk compartment with filler neck inside of trunk on left side. Steel box should have small hole in bottom to prevent fuel building up between tank and box. No gas cans are to be used. Marine tanks are allowed.
Stock fuel tanks that are sound may be used in original configuration and position.
(B) Must have full steel (not aluminum) fire wall between gas tank and driver.
(C) Pump gas of .765 max. specific gravity only.


WHEELS AND TIRES:
(A) Wheels are to be stock steel passenger wheels 13, 14, or 15 inch, designed for front wheel drive cars only. No offset wheels
(B) Wheel studs may be exchanged for larger ones.
(C) All tires must be D.O.T. approved for street use, 205 being the widest tire allowed (60 series max.). Ratings of Q S, H or T to be fastest tire rating permitted. Tires not rated are usually S type tires and can be used at the discretion of tech man. Ask before using.


ENGINE:
(1) On 6 cylinders no high performance equipment of any kind even if made by original manufacturer. Four cylinders will appear stock from outside.
(2) Engine to be used will be stock for body.
(3) Hydraulic cam and lifters only if that is original on 6 cylinder cars.
(4) Stock manifolds.
(5) Exhaust pipe must be two inches dia maximum for at least four feet.
(6) Fuel delivery to be stock components for car and engine used.
(7) Larger radiator may be used providing they fit under hood.
(8) no mufflers will be allowed.
(9) No anti-freeze to be used at any time.

Track management have the right to suspend any car or driver at any time for just cause. These rules are designed to make an inexpensive class of car, with no high performance equipment of any kind after market or otherwise.

General rules:
No talking or listening devices.
Any modification not included in rules is likely illegal.
Don't do anything your not prepared to undo.
Any part with numbers removed or rendered unreadable are illegal anywhere on car.

For information contact: Herman Berry: 1-506-387-8886 email: Herman