Welcome to   WEST END THUNDER

RULES


NO alcohol, drugs or under the influence of, you will be asked to leave.

NO pets, that means dogs, cats, birds or pets of any kind

No Bicycles or skateboards.

1/8 MILE TIMES- SAFETY EQUIPMENT
   6.4 and faster: NHRA License, roll cage, Fire jacket, pants, gloves, Chassis certified, Seat belts~2yrs. old, Neck collar.
   6.41-7.35: Roll bar, Fire Jacket, Plus:
   7.36  and slower: HELMET, Battery tie downs, Hub caps removed,
Coolant system overflow. 

MOTORCYCLES: Helmet, leathers and gloves.

NO Passengers-NO exceptions

Pit and Return road speed-5 mph

Campers arriving late- camp in field on Russell Road- talk to Main Car Gate Staff.

Handicap parking available- direction to area- no driving around track.

No additional support vehicles- space limited inside gate. Additional parking on Russell Road field. 
Car trailer and tow vehicles only
Check new NHRA rule for engine diaper requirement



Questions...Please Call Phil  360-640-4444 days or 360-374-6696 evenings


   

WEST END THUNDER CLUB
OLYMPIC POWER SHIFTERS

GENERAL COMPETITION RULES AND GUIDELINES

1.All cars must meet NHRA tech requirements as per ET Rules.   (Ie.cars running 11.99 require a scatter shield and roll bar also belts as per NHRA rulebook.)

2.All cars in competition must have a clutch engaged                transmission.

3.The operation of the clutch shall be a direct action of the       drivers foot. No device shall be allowed which interrupts, delays or otherwise alters this action.

4.All gear changes must be a result from direct action from       the driver. Pneumatics, hydraulic shifters prohibited.

5.Any clutch assisted automatic must have to be manually        shifted.

6.No delay device or delay boxes may be used.                      

7.Once the vehicle is in motion, nothing can affect its              operation other than the driver.(Ie.no throttle timers,electric shifters)

8.No vehicle substitutions during elimination's.                       

9.All competition ladders will be run as per NHRA Sportsman    procedures.

10.Coin toss for lane choice. Whoever wins toss has the option of changing thier mind and choosing the other lane if they so wish, but it must be done before entering the burnout box.

11.Qualifying will be determined by reaction time.                  

12.A bounty of $25.00 is awarded to the competitor who         defeats the previous race winner. If the racer that has the bounty is not there, the bounty automatically goes on the previous runner up. In the event that both winner and runner up from the previous race are not in attendance, the bounty will be doubled for the next race.

13.If your vehicle breaks the beams during time trials you do   not have an option for reimbursement of your race money as you are now on the ladder. If your vehicle breaks prior to breaking the beams you can receive reimbursement of your race money or take 10 points.

14.All vehciles are subject to random inspection for illegal         electronic equiptment. Racers found to be in possession of illegal electronic equiptment will lose their points and winnings. They will be banned from racing with the OLYMPIC POWER SHIFTERS for the remaining of the race season plus one year.

16.Pay out at races will be 90% of the racer fees collected per race. 10% will be held back towards the year end fund.

For info contact: Fred Pleines @ 360-374-5886 before 8pm

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