2020 Rules and Regulations The purpose of the club is to show fans the roots of modern day racing; to give recognition to cars, drivers, and crews of early racing; and to have fellowship with fans and fellow racers, better friendship, fellowship, and sportsmanship. It is not to win or lose, but to have fun safely!
It is our hope that this club will grow strong, as well as become a club that others will want to be like. Officials of the club must use common sense for a fair call. Safety is always our first concern.
The rules and guidelines in this document are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events, detailed car construction, and membership requirements. All rules are subject to change.
Any and all decisions or interpretations of these rules and enforcement of these rules and regulations set by the club officials will be final.
All new cars must be inspected and approved by club officials, (race board members) and in compliance with these rules and safety before being allowed to compete.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Club members must conduct themselves in a professional manner and comply with rules and regulations set by officials of the club. Vintage exhibition racing provides an opportunity to showcase vintage race cars in a competitive event. Therefore, in order to protect both car and driver, (rough driving will not be tolerated.) In all events, any contact with another car can result in disciplinary measures up to suspension from participating in future vintage racing events. No touch- no block rule will be in affect.
V8 Stock & Inline 6 CHASSIS