1166 Dayton-Xenia Rd.  Xenia, OH  45385

2014 Kil-Kare Speedway General Rules

Rules Subject to Change

ALL DIVISIONS MUST HAVE A RACEEIVER RADIO SYSTEM!

The Rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum requirements for such events. These rules shall govern the conditions of all Kil-Kare Speedway events, and by participating in these events all participants, guests, race members and staff are deemed to have complies with these rules. No express or implied warrantee of safety shall result from publication of, enforcement or compliance with these rules and/or regulations. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and in no way a guarantee against injury or death to participants, spectators and others. The race director shall be empowered to permit minor deviation from any of these specifications herein or impose any further restrictions that in his opinion do not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. Interpretation of or deviation from the rules is left to the discretion of the officials.

Conduct - The race driver shall be the sole spokesman for their car owner and pit crew in any and all matters pertaining to the event. At all events and functions the driver assumes responsibility for the actions of his crew. Any fighting or reckless driving may result in suspension of the offender depending on the seriousness of the incident. Continuing problems from the same offender may result in permanent suspension. Kil-Kare Speedway will not tolerate profanity, discourteous gestures or conduct in front of fans or race officials. Penalties and fines for violations of the rules and/or regulations set forth in this publication may be implemented at the discretion of the officials. The possession, consumption or distribution of ANY controlled substances on Speedway property including parking areas is strictly prohibited. Posses ion or consumption of any alcoholic beverages is prohibited in the Pit Area. Procedures will be used to deal with all participants as it relates to alleged use, distribution, or posses ion of drugs, narcotics or alcohol.

FIGHTING WILL NOT BE TOLERATED ON SPEEDWAY PROPERTY. the Promoter reserves the right to enforce, update, or cancel any of these rules stated herein for the betterment of racing.

Benefits and Insurance- The Speedway assumes no responsibility for damage to, or loss of your equipment, vehicle or any cars. Minors must obtain and execute the proper release forms. These forms must be completed in advance and include the signature of parent or legal guardian. Everyone should familiarize themselves of the insurance benefits along with the waiver and release signed at every event. Participant insurance coverages will be coordinated with other any other insurance. If you have any other insurance it will be required to contribute in case of injury.

Participant Benefits- Participants are urged to contact the Speedway Office at any time during normal business hours to discuss any aspect of insurance. Also, if you have any questions about the waiver and release that you sign at the pit gate, contact the Speedway Office.

Liability Insurance-Kil-Kare Speedway carries liability insurance covering the track, car owner, driver and sponsors. Certificates are available at he Speedway Office.

PIT DRESS CODE

Proper Attire is required to gain entry to the pits during Friday Night Racing. Dress Code will be shirts with sleeves, pants, and closed toe shoes.

Claim/Injury Information

in the event of an injury advise the speedway officials immediately so that the necessary reporting can be accomplished. NO CLAIMS will be considered unless reported prior to leaving the Speedway property that day. If the injured person is physically unable to do so, your crew must do it for them.

PREVAILING POLICY

Race Officials will resolve any disagreement over technical questions or track operation. THEIR DECISION IS FINAL! Speedway management will determine the length, frequency, and administrations of all events. Exceptions to the rules and specifications may be made on a temporary basis at the discretion of the track officials. The management and officials will determine all finishing positions. Their decision is final. Dumping of pollutants on the ground such as Oil, Gasoline or any other Contaminant is strictly prohibited. Do Not leave discarded tires in the pit area.

RACE TRACK OPERATING PROCEDURE

Only race officials and race cars are permitted on the the racing surface. Drivers must seek a place of safety following the disablement of their car. The driver ONLY is permitted to examine damage to his race car at the scene of the accident. Pit Crews are not allowed on the racing surface. the Race Track may be used on Thursday evening from April through September from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM. there is a nominal charge. Any vehicle whose speed has been reduced to a point where it has become a safety problem will be disqualified. When the caution is displayed you should be aware of the car number in front of you. Line-ups will be displayed/communicated only if absolutely neccisary. No driver may get out of their car on the track to argue or discuss the race with officials. You must attempt to start your heat or dash to retain your regular feature starting position. In the case of mechanical problems you must consult an official. All driver changes must be reported to an official prior to the start an event. If a car starts a race with a driver other than the driver that qualified it, it must start on the tail. If you return to the pits at any time, you can not re-enter the track under green unless so directed by the pit gate flagman. If you re-enter the track under yellow or red you must start at the tail.

PAY-OFF PROCEDURES

the starting driver earns all points and monetary awards. All drivers must file a fully executed W9 form (click here) with the Kil-Kare Offices, including current address, tax ID, and notify Kil-Kare with an updated W9 form for any changes. Owners who collect the winnings must also complete a W9 Form for tax reporting purposes. The Driver must pick up their own Money at the Scale House. The driver must show proper identification and provide their Social Security number when claiming any earnings. Kil-Kare Speedway Payout is in the form of checks, No Exceptions..

TIMING AND SCORING PROCEDURES

Kil-Kare utilizes transponders for electronic timing and scoring purposes. All cars must have a transponder on the car prior to entering the racing surface for practice, heats, and features. Drivers will be issued a transponder license at the beginning of the year. Please bring your transponder license to the scale house along with your NASCAR License for check in once you arrive at the racetrack. Any car entering the racing surface without a transponder is subject to immediate Black Flag. Transponders are the responsibility of the Driver. Failure to return your transponder at the end of the night may result in penalties the following week. Transponder MUST be attached to the right axel tube of all cars. NO EXCEPTIONS! Any improper placement may result in further penalties including disqualification.

RADIO RULE

Drivers who used prescribed hearing device only may upgrade their raceivers to scanners, but must be mounted outside of the reach of the driver. All drivers must clear with the competition director and/or Tech officials.

 

Welcome to and thank you for choosing Kil-Kare Raceway, we value your participation and input. In an effort to ensure that all participants have a full understanding and knowledge of Kil-Kare's Procedures and policies, we have put together this information to help communicate better to you our customers. Please understand that at all times Kil-Kare Reserves the right to edit and make changes to the listed policies and procedures without notice. Please keep in mind that no rule book can replace common sense, and we ask that a common sense policy prevails at all times.

DRIVERS OBLIGATION

The driver is the sole spokesman for their car owner and pit crew in any and all matters pertaining to the event. At all events the driver assumes responsibility for the actions of their pit crew, whether they are in the pits or the grandstand area, am le or female. Verbal abuse, cursing, or threatening another person will result in ejection of the violator and possible disqualification of the car associated with the violator. Physical abuse will result in ejection and probable arrest of the violator.

TEST AND TUNE THURSDAYS

Kil-Kare Operates Test and Tune Thursday weekly starting in April. Drivers may come to Test and Tune to run their car for $15 per driver, spectators are $5. NASCAR License are not required for Test and Tune. All drivers must purchase a Tech card at the pit gate, and present it at the scale house, as well as signing a release and waiver, prior to going on the track. Transponders are available for use on Test and Tune Thursdays, but drivers must surrender their license at the scale house until the transponder is returned. Drivers are responsible for damages to transponders up to and including replacement.

FRIDAY NIGHT EVENTS

SANCTION LICENSING

All parties who enter in the pits on race night must purchase a pit pass. Kil-Kare requires that drivers have a current valid NASCAR License to race at Kil-Kare. NASCAR Licenses may be purchased at the track during business hours, and on event night. Owners and Crew are not require, but are encouraged to purchase a NASCAR License. Kil-Kare will offer a $5 reduction in pit passes to all NASCAR MEMBERS. Licenses through NASCAR include additional participant accident coverage, State/National/Track Championship points, and much more no additional costs other than license fees. Kil-Kare Strongly Recommends that all Owners, Crew Members, and Pit Support Person el obtain a NASCAR License.

PIT PASSES

All parties who enter the pits must purchase a pit pass for the night's activities. Pit Passes are sold at the Pit entry gate, and are $25 for NASCAR Members, $30 for NON-Members. Please note that there is no age limitation for the pits, however all parties must purchase a pit pass regardless of age. Minors must execute a minor waiver prior to entering the pits complete with a signature of parent or legal guardian.

PIT PAD USAGE

Pit Pads are available for rent throughout the season at a price of $150. Contact the Kil-Kare Offices for more information.

RESTRICTED ARES

Kil-Kare Competition towers are restricted areas , as well as the active racetrack. Competitors only can have the pit steward call the tower on the phone to converse with the competition director. The competition director may elect to have the conversation over the phone or in the scale house. the turn three walk up area is also a restricted area. Crew members, car owners must stay in the stands. Crew members are not allowed on the racetrack at any time.

EVENT REGISTATION

All drivers must first check in at the scale house to be entered into the event. Proper documentation is required to gain access to the racetrack on all nights of operation. The scale house will register the driver for competition and assign a transponder for timing and scoring purposes. Drivers must register their number prior to racing,registration fee is $20 Non-refundable. Number availability is subject to previous season registrant first, then open availability if not renewed.

TRANSPONDERS

Kil-Kare uses transponders for electronic timing and scoring. Competitors are issued a transponder each night they come to the track. Transponders are the driver's responsibility. All drivers must bring their NASCAR License to the Scale house to sign out their transponder. All cars must have their transponder on their car in the mandated location at all times. Transponders must be turned in prior to payout. Driver is responsible for damages to their transponder, up to and including replacement. Vehicles with no transponders will be black flagged. Transponders are mounted to the right rear axel tube pointing down to the racetrack.

RACE INSPECTIONS

All vehicles must present for pre-race inspections. Inspections are for safety and rule compliance. Inspections are mandatory for all classes. Inspections are done prior to qualifying for each class. Inspections may include, but not limited to : Springs, Weight, Tires, Track Width, Wheelbase. All cars must present for inspection prior to qualifying. Top three finishing cars must go to the scale house after the race. Kil-Kare reserves the right to inspect any car post race at any time for any reason. Non-conforming cars in post race inspection automatic tail of the field, with possible disqualification with no points or purse. Any non-conforming tech issue that may be overlooked does not deem it legal. Kil-Kare will breakdown one tire per night of racing to ensure that there is no soaking of tires.

PRACTICE SESSIONS

Kil-Kare begins on track at 5:00PM weekly with practice sessions. Drivers are called up by class. Track workers will direct drivers to various lanes for their practice sessions. At all times under practice the racetrack is under the flagman's control. Kil-Kare can not guarantee a set number of practice sessions due to the nature of outdoor entertainment, Kil-Kare will make best efforts to accommodate late comers, however once qualifying has been called up all practice session are over. The competition director reserves the right to handle late arrivals on a case by case basis.

BACK UP CARS

Any driver using a back up car, must pass tech in the backup car prior to the feature. Must use the same ties from qualifying. Anyone who must use a backup car must start at the tail of the lineup regardless of quaifying time. Tires may be replaced at Official's discretion due to flat tien from wreck in heat races, must have officials approval first. Back up cars must meet all tech guidlines pre and post race.

QUALIFYING

Each competitor will receive two qualifying laps to make the field. once qualifying is complete, a qualifying list will be printed and listed in the pits. Heat Race lineups are determined by qualifying. feture races are determined by qualifying and a pill draw. kil-Kare awards points by qualifying position.

HEAT RACES

Heat race lineups are determined by qualifying order. if a class car count is down, the following will apply to all classes. Heat races payout top four(4) places.

8-10 Cars = Fast Car Dash (Top 4) & ONe Heat Race
11-16 Cars = Two heat Races
17-24 Cars =Fast Car dash and two heat Races

FEATURE RACES

Feature race lineups will be determined by qualifying order and a pill draw. Feature races pay points and purse to all positions. see Points and Purse sections for class information.

RUN ORDER

The nightly run order will be Sport Stocks, Late Models, Modifieds, and Compacts. Kil-Kare reserves the right to alter the run order as needed for special events, or due to unforseen circumstances.On nights with outsideSanction groups participating, Kil-KAre will try to move the outside group to last in the run order.

RAINOUT POLICY

Kil-Kare is a weather related facility, and we will make all attempts to move events forward should inclement weather strike. Should a rain event happen prior to qulifying, arbands will be honored on the scheduled rain makeup date. All members must keep their armbands to obtain entry to the rescheduled event. If the raincancellation should take place after qualifying, positions fo the feature will be frozen. On the reschedule the starting positions will be locked in, late entries may enter the race in postitions behind the frozen field, positions determined by pill draw.

INFRACTIONS

Infractions will be handeld ona case by case basis. Infractions of policy and procedures can reslut including, but not limited to penalties, suspension and NASCAR License Suspension.

RACING PROCEDURES

Breakout Rule-The Breakout Rule is in effect for all features. Kil-Kare uses .15 secs. below qualifying times. If a competitor's laptimes exceed their breakout time for 3 consecutive laps, then the caution will be thrown, and the leader will then be sent to the tail for breaking out. The ONLY driver that is exempt from the breakout rule is the fast time qualifier.

Racing Incidents-The Competition director reserves the right ot make calls on racing incidents as needed, Spinner/Spinee rule may apply in which case, the pair will be sent to the tail in the order of the last crossing under green. The competition directors decision is final. Any driver who needs assistance may pull to the center of the trackfor help from the track crew, not on the racing surface.

Restarts-Restarts will be single file restarts providing that one lap is complete. If one lap is not complete, it is a complete restart. The leader sets the pace of restarts. The restart line is in turn four, at this point the leader takes control of the field for the restart. No passing may take place until the leader crosses the start finish line.

Intentional Cautions-Any driver pulling an intentionals caution will be black flagged to the pits and held for one green flag lap prior to being allowed back in the track.

Black Flags-Black flags are due to leakage, rules infractions and safety issues. Please obey the black flag at all times. When a black flag is displayed, the competition director's tower will communicate over the raceceiver radios to the offending car. Drivers who are shown the black flag due to leaking that fail to answer may be fined $50 for leaking on the track. This fine will be taken from any payout.

DOUBLE FEATURE EVENTS

Kil-Kare may at their option lineup the second feature by the finishing order of the first, witha pill draw inversion. Kil-Kare may use group qualifying for the second feature.

TIRE POLICY
LATE MODEL AND MODIFIEDS ONLY

Tires must be branded Kil-Kare Tires. Each driver is allowed a total of eight (8) tires during the first two events of the season. Once the first two event are concluded, drivers are permitted one tire per night. You may choose to bank your tire in which you must declasre that to the Kil-KAre Tire Officals. Kil-Kare will break down one tire each night of racing to ensure that there is no soaking of tires.

               
Protests


Only a driver may request a protest. Protest must be made within 10 mins. of the checker flag for the class and prior to payout being released. The competition director reserves the right to hear protests, and whether to accept the protest or to deny it. Should a protest occur, all points and prize money for the class will be frozen until the following event. No exceptions.

Points Schedule
Kil-Kare assigns points for track championships in all four divisions. Points totals include qualifying and feature points as listed per place below.

                Place                                      Qualifying                                             Feature                 
1st.                                          25pts                                                      50pts.
2nd                                         24pts                                                      48pts.
3rd                                          23pts                                                      46pts
4th                                          22pts                                                      44pts
5th                                          21pts                                                      42pts
6th                                          20pts                                                      40pts
7th                                          19pts                                                      38pts
8th                                          18pts                                                      36pts
9th                                          17pts                                                      34pts
10th                                        16pts                                                      32pts
11th                                        15pts                                                      30pts
12th                                        14pts                                                      28pts
13th                                        13pts                                                      26pts
14th                                        12pts                                                      24pts
15th                                        11pts                                                      22pts
16th                                        10pts                                                      20pts
17th                                        9pts                                                       18pts
18th                                        8pts                                                       16pts
19th                                        7pts                                                       14pts
20th                                        6pts                                                       12pts
21st                                        5pts                                                       10pts
22nd                                       4pts                                                       8pts
23rd                                        3pts                                                       6pts
24th                                        2pts                                                       4pts
25th                                        1pt                                                         2pts

Payoff Procedures

All drivers and car owner must submit fully executed W-9 Forms to Kil-Kare prior to receiving any purse payments. If an owner is to be receiving the winnings and tax liability they must fill out the W9 form. All payout is in the form of a check. Kil-Kare will not split payout between an owner and a driver. One party must accept the earnings and tax liability. The payouts listed below are for regular events. Kil-Kare reserves the right to alter the purse for special events.

 

Heat Race Payout
Kil-Kare pays heat race money to all classes for the Top 4 Finishers.
1st Place                                $40
2nd Place                              $30
3rd Place                               $20
4th Place                               $10

Feature Event Payout

 

Late Models

Modifieds

Sport Stocks

Compacts

Place

30 Laps

30 Laps

25 Laps

20 Laps

1

$    700.00

$600.00

$       350.00

$ 125.00

2

$    500.00

$400.00

$       200.00

$ 100.00

3

$    350.00

$300.00

$       150.00

$   75.00

4

$    225.00

$250.00

$       125.00

$   50.00

5

$    200.00

$200.00

$       100.00

$   25.00

6

$    180.00

$175.00

$        85.00

$   25.00

7

$    170.00

$160.00

$        75.00

$   25.00

8

$    160.00

$150.00

$        65.00

$   25.00

9

$    150.00

$125.00

$        55.00

$   25.00

10

$    125.00

$100.00

$        50.00

$   25.00

11

$    100.00

$100.00

$        50.00

$   25.00

12

$    100.00

$100.00

$        50.00

$   25.00

13

$    100.00

$100.00

$        50.00

$   25.00

14

$    100.00

$100.00

$        50.00

$   25.00

15

$    100.00

$100.00

$        50.00

$   25.00

16

$    100.00

$100.00

$        50.00

$   25.00

17

$    100.00

$100.00

$        50.00

$   25.00

18

$    100.00

$100.00

$        50.00

$   25.00

19

$    100.00

$100.00

$        50.00

$   25.00

20

$    100.00

$100.00

$        50.00

$   25.00

21

$    100.00

$100.00

$        50.00

$   25.00

22

$    100.00

$100.00

$        50.00

$   25.00

23

$    100.00

$100.00

$        50.00

$   25.00

24

$    100.00

$100.00

$        50.00

$   25.00

 

2014 Kil-Kare Late Model


 1. This division limited to American made vehicles with a factory (stock) wheelbase of at least 103”. All cars, must maintain a minimum wheelbase of 102” Including ABC Body Cars.

2. BODY - Any American made BODY with a factory (stock) wheelbase of 103” maybe used. (No Camaros, Firebirds or Mustangs) Legal template style bodies are limited to the following:
1997 - 2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
2008 – 2011 Chevrolet Impala
1999 - 2006 Ford Taurus
2006 - 2011 Ford Fusion
1995 - 1999 Ford Thunderbird
1995 - 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix
2001 - 2005 Dodge Intrepid
2005 – 2011 Dodge Charger
2008 - 2011 Toyota Camry
3) Body must be stock appearing. Cars must have complete and unaltered asphalt-style template nose piece (sides of nose piece must remain intact back to wheel opening), rear bumper cover and template roof, roof C pillar, windshield and rear window. Body parts must be securely attached. ABC template bodies will use ABC (Approved Body Configuration) dimensions and contours (see ABC Body Option).


ABC TEMPLATE BODY OPTION – ABC template bodies that conform to ABC measurements and templates, will be permitted (refer to ABC Body Rule Book supplement). For cars using the ABC Option, ABC Body rules take precedent over non ABC body rules. ABC bodied car rules will deviate from the non ABC rules as follows:


A) Minimum wheelbase is 102”
B) Rear spoiler of 6 ½” will be permitted (standard ABC option).
C) Engine setback of 3” will be permitted (Ball joint to forward most spark plug thread socket).
D) 3” diameter front springs will be permitted on ABC option cars.
E) Minimum overall weight of 2800 lbs. (wet with driver)
F) Left side weight will be a maximum of 58%

Front Fender Angle Top Ledge on Body 1 1/2” Roll Minimum

 


A) Width of body at front & rear tires max 79 1/2"
B) Width of body at door skins max 79 1/2"
C) Flat spot on top of body at front windshield max 3 1/2" and rear window post
D) Flat spot on top of doors max 3 1/2"
E) Ground clearance of nose-piece & between tires min 4" (wet, with driver)
F) Ground clearance immediately behind rear tires min 11" (See "FENDERS" rule below)
G) Angle that front windshield to ground plane min 25 degrees
H) Height of back of rear quarter-panels to ground max 35"
 I) Height of top of rear spoiler to ground max 41 1/2"
J) Height of roof to ground plane min 45" (Measured 10" behind front of roof)
K) Side window vertical opening min 15"
L) Center of front hub to front nose-piece/spoiler max 46"
M) Width of rear deck-lid spoiler max 60"
N) Rear window to base of spoiler max 23 1/4"
O) Rear Spoiler not to exceed 61/2" high on non ABC cars.

3. Roof, nose, and tail piece must be same make and model.


4. Nose and tail piece and must be unaltered, and asphalt style, no down force noses.


5. Windshield must be a minimum thickness of 1/8 inch thickness poly carbonate.


 6. Side windows and back glass must be a minimum of .090 thickness of poly carbonate.


 7. The maximum dimension for the vent window along the top of the door will be 12 inches and must go 90    degrees from the top of the door up to the A-post.


 8. Deck lid must be flat with the quarter panels.


 9. Body must not hang below the chassis including rocker panels.


 10. Exhaust system must be safe and meet approval. If exhaust exits through the door, installation must include an exhaust flange (Rub Plate) that is mounted flush to the door. Pipe must not protrude through door.


 11. The air box between the nose and radiator may have no pieces wider than the radiator. No types of under-body air deflectors are allowed. All air for blowers or coolers in the engine compartment must be pulled from the nose or the radiator air box. Air may not be blown or forced onto the tire or bead…air may only be directed to the brake rotors.


 12. Minimum wheel base of 102 inches.


13. Maximum tread width of 78 1/2 inches, measured from outside flat of rim to outside flat of rim.


14. All cars must have complete firewall, front and rear. Front firewall extending from the left side frame rail to the middle of the interior floorboard is required. It must extend under the driver including the foot pedal area and rear firewall directly behind the driver and must be at least 20-gauge steel. The remaining interior may be aluminum (.025”min.). Interior sheet metal beside driver must run no higher than from the seat cushion at an angle to the bottom of the window opening. Racing seat required, bolted/welded to chassis.


15. Full roll cage required, with four uprights at least 1.625” O.D. with .095” thickness, welded to main frame rails. Top of cage should form a box and follow the contour of the windshield in front and rear. Three door bars are required on driver side and two on passenger side. Door bars must run between front and rear roll cage posts and may not be inside frame rails. Gussets should be used where possible. Bars around driver must be padded. SFI spec 45.1 padding is required. Cages must be approved.


 16.Any displacement factory produced engine with cast iron block and cast iron or aluminum heads permitted. Engine chassis and body manufacturer need not match. All cars are allowed up to 3” motor set back. Centerline of crankshaft must be a minimum of 10 ½” to ground plane. Carburetion limited to one US manufactured 4 barrel (NO two barrels allowed). Any stock or after-market replacement for stock distributor may be used. Multiple coil type ignition systems are not permitted. Ignition switch should have “on-off” positions marked and within reach of the driver. Dry sumps permitted. GM 604, Ford D347, or Dodge 958 crate motors, with 650 CFM Holley and 6300 rev limiting chip, may deduct 100 pounds. *Weight breaks may not be combined to exceed 100lb maximum weight break.


17. All cars must have working starter and battery. All batteries must be securely mounted.


18.Fuel lines must be securely mounted and protected. Fuel lines running through the driver's compartment must be “Aeroquip” steel braided or equivalent. No electric fuel pumps permitted. Only straight gasoline or racing fuel is permitted. No nitro or alcohol.


 19. Maximum 22 gallon SFI approved commercial type fuel cell bladder with foam insert required. Cell must be mounted in trunk area, between frame rails, with bottom of cell no lower than the bottom of the rear end center section. Cells must be secured by a frame work using a minimum of 1” square tubing. Rear protective bars strongly suggested.
 

20. Transmissions must have a minimum of two forward and reverse gears. All cars with a manual transmission must have a working clutch. No hand clutches. Drive shafts must have at least one 360-degree safety strap/loop directly behind front universal joint. Quick change rear ends are permitted. Floater rear ends required.

 21. Suspension
No fifth coil or bird cage type suspensions will be permitted.
                - No cockpit, driver adjustments, other than brake bias.
                - Coil springs and spindles must be steel. (Unless using the approved Coleman spindle.)
                - No traction control devices, electronic or otherwise, will be permitted. Use of traction control
                   Will be cause for immediate disqualification and suspension from future racing activities.
                - Shocks must be non-adjustable with no external canisters and have a racer price of less than $250.00 NEW per shock. 1 shock per wheel.
-One Spring Per Wheel 3” springs Permitted on front.


 22. Maximum 10” wheel width permitted. All wheels must be steel-racing type. Wheel lugs must be 5/8” min. Brakes must be in good working order on all four corners. Front and rear hubs may be replaced with heavy-duty after-market hubs.


 23 Radiators must be mounted in front of the engine and have an overflow tank of no less than 2 quart capacity or have the overflow hose directed up onto the windshield. Radiator mounting must not alter sheet metal. No Glycol based anti-freeze coolant permitted.


24.  Cars must weigh a minimum of 2,800 pounds wet with driver, before & after feature. Weight must be securely bolted or welded to chassis inside the perimeter of the frame. Left side weight is not to exceed 58%. All stock clip cars receive 100 pound weight break & 60% left side weight. Stock clip cars must weigh a minimum 2700 pounds wet with driver before and after feature. Stock clip car defined as American Made unaltered in any way cross member and side rails of OEM clip. Measured from front rail in front of unaltered cross member i.e. frame horns Max 16”, and rear of clip measured from behind cross member 12” from turn downs or kick outs must remain unaltered *Weight breaks may not be combined to exceed 100lb maximum weight break.


25. Mirrors and 2-way radios are NOT permitted in the car.


26. Painting must be presentable. Numbers must be at least 18” tall on both doors and 4” in upper right hand corner of windshield.


27. Minimum Snell-rated SA2005 helmet required. Full Face helmet Required. Roll bar padding SFI Rating 45.1required in driver's compartment (Fire retardant highly recommended). SFI full fire suit required. Fire retardant neck brace, gloves and shoes required. (Fire retardant head sock and underwear, head and neck restraints highly recommended.) Driver side window net required and must be mounted so that the latch is at the top front of window.


28. Minimum three inch wide, five point safety belt assembly required, must be mounted securely to the roll cage. Highly recommended to be no more than three years old, maximum 5 yrs old. working Fire extinguisher required.

29. Only Hoosier 980 tires allowed. No tire soaking or dressing. In an effort to cut consumption and/or tire cost, officials reserve the right to establish tire rules, policies, or procedures as determined beneficial. No recaps, no altering of sidewalls. Only one new tire per night may be allowed, and must be branded and logged by Kil-Kare officials. Drivers may at their discretion bank a tire from any night they attend as a participant providing that they declare that tire to be banked to the tire official that day. Kil-Kare reserves the right to inspect any tire at anytime, including but not limited to Pre race, post race, and once tire has been turned in as a core.


30) INSPECTION - Inspection of all cars will be subject to official approval. Workmanship and appearance will be a determining factor in whether officials permit cars to enter competition. Upon cars first appearance of season, it may be permitted to compete ONE NIGHT provided minor constructional variances from the rules do not, in the opinion of the officials, vary drastically from the rules. Officials ARE NOT obligated to any grace period on rule infractions at any time. Officials’ decisions are final. There will be an initial registration fee of $20, which will reserve exclusive rights to a number for the season. If a purchased number goes unused, it may be sold to someone else. In that event, there will be no refund of fees.

2014 KIL-KARE MODIFIED

1) This division limited to 1964 to present American made vehicles with parallel frames. All cars must maintain a minimum wheelbase of 108”.


2) BODY – Body must be same width, front to rear, and parallel to the OEM frame. Fabricated body parts may be made of steel, aluminum, or fiberglass. (No carbon fiber). Engine compartment must remain open on both sides. Hood sides may have a maximum 6” drop and must be enclosed to front firewall. No panel in front of right door to engine compartment. No inner panels. Must have front windshield support (A pillar) and rear window support posts (B & C pillar, painted roll bars are not acceptable). Driver and passenger side windows must have at least 12 inch opening (height and width), measured at center of window, between lowest point at top of window, whether roof or roll cage, and the highest point at bottom of window, whether interior or body. Use of Lexan in sail panels is permitted. No full windshields. Roofs must be fiberglass or aluminum (no carbon fiber) full size, rounded and stock appearing (No flat roofs). Roof panel must be no more than 4” above roll cage. Roof must be single panel material. (No multi layer roofs). Must run full upper and lower nose. No plastic body parts. Exception: Howe part #’s 622 & 624 are the only approved plastic body parts. No wings or aerodynamic devices inside, outside or under the car. Outside of tires must be the widest part of car. Quarter panels and A/B/C pillars must be 3 distinct pieces. Oil coolers/radiator must not protrude above interior or outside of body. Raised edges or lips on the tops of hoods or body edge may not exceed 1” in height. No other external lips or flairings on body edges or wheel openings will be permitted. Bodies on both sides must extend no further forward than the rear of the engine block. NOTE: A 10” by 20” portion of the front of each body side must be set aside for contingency sponsor decals.


3) DRIVER COMPARTMENT - Must have a minimum 3 windshield bars in front of the driver. Lexan or aluminum cowl panel in front of the driver can be no wider than the cockpit and no farther back than the steering wheel. Minimum .125 inch aluminum, or 22 (.035 inch) gauge steel, complete floor pan required. Aluminum high back seat only and must be bolted in securely, inside the left OEM frame and ahead of the rear tires. Bottom of seat can be no lower than bottom of frame. NASCAR style right and left head and shoulder supports are required. Driver must be sealed off from track, driveline, engine, fuel cell, battery and pumps. No driver adjustable devices allowed in cockpit except brake adjusters.


A) 20” Max. – 16” Min. (Ground to center of bumper front & rear)

(B) 6.5” Min. (Center to center)

(C) 46” Max. – 42”Min.

(D) 6” Max. Hood sides – 3” Max. Rake in hood.

(E) 32” Max. (Bumper & Nose)

(F) 6” Max. (Scoop/Deflector)

(G) 4” Min. at Nose and Sides– 8” Min. at Quarters

(H) 19” Max. (Same both sides)

(I) 112” Max. – 108” Min.

(J) 29” Max. – 22” Min.

(K) 72” Max. Or not past back of block, right side. Left side may extend forward to cover foot box if necessary.

(L) 18” Max. – 12” Min. Opening, both sides.

(M) With 4’ level, must have 2” gradual clearance at rear and no more than 5” at front

(N) 120” Max. – 106” Min.

(O) 45” Max. – 34” Min.

(P) 2” Max. height at rear of sail panel, gradual slope from roof to this point.
(4” x 66” Max. spoiler 45 degrees from zero at deck height is allowed with supports to the rear only.)

(Q) Interior slope is 6” Maximum. Front to rear and flat across. If flat at front half of interior you have used up 50% of your 6” so from behind the driver to  the rear you only have 3” of slope.  Top of interior must be flush with top of doors and quarter panels.

(R) 38” Max. – 28” Min.

(S) 38” Max. – 24” Min.

(T) 66” Max. – 24” Min. No narrower than radiator

(U) 52” Max. – 44” Min.

(V) 56” Max. – 41” Min.

(W) Tires must be the widest part of the car. Must be able to see side wall of tire from front, top, and rear.

(X) 66” Max. – 53” Min.

(Y) 8” Panel / 90 degrees to ground. Must be solid, attached to the deck and extend to the quarter panels, securely fastened.

(Z) Aluminum “I” beam or tubular steel rear bumpers allowed, must have rounded nerf bars that follow quarter panel and connect back to frame on both sides.

REAR DECK SPOILER - Must be made of a single piece of material maximum 4” high and no wider than 66”. No spill boards or verticals allowed. Spoiler may be mounted no more than 45” behind center of rear axle. Spoiler may be braced from the rear only. Rear facing lips of no more than 1” will be permitted (lips must be perpendicular to spoiler surface). C pillars may not be more than 2” tall at the rear of the quarter panel and must end at least 0.5” in front of spoiler.
REAR BODY PANEL – Cars must have a solid perpendicular rear panel at least 8” high and include car number markings.
REAR DECK - Top surface of deck-lid must not be dished. Decks are permitted a maximum of 3” slope from behind driver to rear of deck.


4) WINDSHIELD/WINDOWS - Lexan/ polycarbonate front windshield and rear quarter windows (at least 3/16” thick) are permitted. No full windshields. No Driver or Passenger windows are permitted. Interior panels may not be higher than side panels where minimum 12” window clearance is measured. Minimum window height measurement will be around the complete perimeter of the roof. No interior ducting may be used or attached to “B” pillar.


5) SUSPENSION –. All components must be steel, unaltered OEM, in OEM location, and replaceable by OEM parts. Exceptions: Tube type upper A frames with or without aluminum or steel cross shaft, and mounts can be moved; stamped steel OEM replacement lower "A" frames; rubber, nylon, or steel lower a-frame bushings; no offset bushings; welded or bolted shock mounts on lower a-frames; (No fabricated lower a-frames); Lower a-frames must be right and left, and of the same design. Lower a-frame mounts and bolt holes on frame must be in OEM location. OEM type ball joints only. Sway bar must be OEM type, no splined bars. Front springs must be of standard dimensions and maintain a minimum of 500 lbs. spring rate. Two percent manufacturing allowance (10 lbs.) will be permitted. Springs measuring below 490 lbs. will be confiscated. Springs will be rated without spring rubbers, spacers, or any other device attached. Front cross members will maintain a  ground clearance of 3.5”. Non OEM material will be permitted to be bolted or welded to the bottom of the cross member to comply, adjustable material must have a lockdown bolt. Cross member travel must be sufficient to allow it to touch the ground plane when suspension is artificially collapsed.  Shocks may be replaced or relocated. Shock absorbers must be, nonadjustable, with no external canisters, and have a racer price of less than $250.00 new per shock. One (1) shock per wheel, with one (1) additional shock allowed in the lift / pull bar area. No air shocks. No shock covers No externally adjustable or clicker shocks permitted. Wedge bolts are permitted. Rear suspension may be leaf or coil springs. All rear springs are limited to 4.5” diameter or larger. Rear coil-over suspension is permitted. No fiberglass springs permitted. Only one spring per wheel permitted. No torsion bar suspension in rear. Rear axle radius rods may be replaced and/or relocated. Rubber bushings or spring actuated torque arms are permitted on rear suspension arms. No hydraulic, ratchet or electric screw suspension adjustment devices are permitted. No aluminum wheels, hubs, calipers, A-frames, spindles. Aluminum rear panhard bar adjusters are permitted.

6) STEERING – No rack and pinion. All components must be steel, unaltered OEM, in OEM location. Exceptions: tie rod ends and adjuster sleeves may be replaced by a minimum .625 inch steel rod ends and steel tubes; OEM spindles can be modified for ball joints and tie rod ends; passenger car drop spindles allowed; (No made for racing or fabricated spindles.) Bolt on spindle savers allowed; spindles must be right and left, and of the same design; steel steering shafts and knuckles only; steering quickener, steering wheel and quick release may be aluminum; driver compartment steering may be modified, but must be kept on left side. OEM center link or OEM after market type center links allowed, mounted to either frame end with the lower loop parallel to ground plane. Top loop must be directly above lower loop. Front bumper should be constructed from a minimum 1.25” O.D. tubing; .065” wall thickness and be able to support the weight of the front of the car. Rear bumper and nerf bars may be no wider than the rear tires and rear bumpers ends must be connected to the rear quarter panel or rear nerf bar. Rear bumpers may be constructed of tubing, flat stock or aluminum I-beam, but must protect fuel cell. Both front and rear bumpers must be 18” above ground plane (plus or minus 2”)

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7) FRAME -1964 or newer OEM perimeter American made rear wheel drive passenger car frame only. (Reproduction 68-72 Chevelle frames are approved). No sports car frames. No 2002 & up Ford Crown Vic or similar frames allowed. No strut front suspension of any kind allowed. No tube clips allowed. Frame must be full and complete, cannot be widened or narrowed, and must be able to support roll cage on both sides. Front cross members and lower A-frame mounting points must be stock for frame clip used. Exceptions: Weight jack in original center line of spring tower; frame may be cut a maximum 36 inches forward from center of rear housing; horns may be removed in front of steering box; front cross member may be notched and boxed for radiator and/or steering clearance; maximum 7 inch wide opening in side of spring tower for spring removal. OEM upper A frame mounts may be replaced with aftermarket mounts. Maximum 4 inch wide by 4 inch tall frame stiffener may be welded directly to outside of left OEM frame rail. Left side OEM frame rail may be notched for seat and foot clearance. Minimum wheelbase 108 inches, maximum 112 inches, both sides will be permitted. Maximum over all width, front and rear, shall not exceed 78 inches from outside of rim, to outside of rim. No part of frame or body shall be lower than 4 inches from ground in race trim, except the front cross member.


8) ROLL CAGES - Full cage required, with four uprights -at least 1.625” O.D. with .095” thickness- welded to main perimeter frame rails. With rear support bars, cage must be welded to frame in six locations. Top of cage should form a box, follow the contour of the windshield in front and conform to body dimensions. Roll cage must be securely supported and braced with minimum 1 cross bar in top halo. Driver’s head must not protrude above roll cage when strapped in seat with helmet on. Four door bars are required on driver side and two on passenger side. Driver side door bars must be plated with a minimum 16 gauge (.065”) steel plate. Door bars must run horizontal between front and rear roll cage posts and be connected by uprights. Door bars may not be inside frame rails or cause undue difficulty in driver entrance or exit of vehicle. Gussets and bracing should be used where possible. Bars around driver must be padded. SFI spec 45.1 padding is required. Cages must be approved.

9) INTERIOR - All cars must have complete firewall, front and rear. Front firewall extending from the left side frame rail to the right side of driver compartment is required. It must extend under the driver including the foot pedal area and rear firewall directly behind the driver and must be at least 20-gauge steel. The remaining interior may be aluminum (.025” min.). Driver’s compartment must be totally sealed from engine bay and racing surface. Interior panel beside driver may have a maximum slope of 3” front to back from "A" pillar to back of driver’s seat. Top of interior must be flush with top of side body panels. An optional escape right side route may be used by sloping the interior material from the top of the right body panel into the driver’s compartment no higher than 12” from floor pan. Front and rear of driver’s compartment must be perpendicular. An aluminum racing seat required, bolted/welded to chassis or roll cage.

10) FUEL CELL – Maximum 22 gallon SFI approved commercial type fuel cell bladder with foam insert required. Cell must be in a minimum 22 gauge square or rectangle in shape (no tear drop, wedge, or exotic F-1 type fuel cells allowed) steel container. Cell must be mounted in trunk area between frame rails, with bottom of cell no lower than the bottom of the rear end center section. Cells must be secured by a frame work using a minimum of 1” square tubing. Rear protective bars between frame rails are required.


11) WEIGHT - Cars must weigh a minimum of 2,400 lbs, wet with driver before and after the feature. Any added weight must be painted white, identified with car number and securely bolted, or welded to chassis, inside the perimeter of the frame. No weight outside of the body. No titanium, carbon fiber, or exotic materials used on race car. No gun-drilled, tubular, hollow bolts or studs. Steel fasteners only. Left side weight is not to exceed 58%.

12) ENGINE - Any displacement factory produced V8 engine with cast iron block permitted. Cast iron and aluminum cylinder heads permitted. Engines must maintain stock in outside appearance. Engine location will be a minimum of 72” from back of engine block to center of rear axle. Engine offset must be kept within 2 inches of centerline of front cross member with engine level. Minimum 11 inches from centerline of crank shaft to ground. No dry sump oiling systems or external oil pumps permitted. Engine, chassis and body manufacturer need not match. Carburetion limited to one US manufactured 2 or 4 barrel carburetor. Any stock or after-market replacement for stock distributor may be used. Magneto and/or multiple coil type ignition systems are not permitted. Ignition control boxes (MSD boxes) must be mounted out of driver’s reach while in seat. Ignition switch should have “on-off” positions marked and within easy reach of the driver and track personnel. Intake Must be steel or aluminum.

13) EXHAUST SYSTEM - Must be safe and meet approval. MUFFLING DEVICES ARE MANDATORY. Exhaust pipes may not pass through the driver’s compartment. Exhaust pipes must exit away from driver with turndowns. Right side exhaust must exit under the car (not out right side door). Noise levels will be monitored with a decibel meter and violators may be fined or disqualified.

14) STARTERS/BATTERIES - All cars must have working starter and battery. All batteries must be securely mounted & covered.


15) FUEL SYSTEM - Fuel lines must be securely mounted and protected. Fuel lines running through the driver’s compartment must be “Aeroquip” steel braided or equivalent. No electric fuel pumps permitted.


16) FUEL - Only straight gasoline racing fuel or Methanol alcohol are permitted. No nitro or nitrous oxide.


17) DRIVE TRAINS – Manual transmissions are permitted with 2, 3 or 4 forward and reverse gears in working order. No 5 speed transmission. No hand clutches or “in and out” boxes. Explosion proof bell housings or a minimum ¼” steel scatter shield are required on vehicles using clutches located in the bell housing. Drive shafts must a minimum of 2.5” diameter steel shaft and have at least one 360-degree safety strap/loop directly behind front universal joint. Any steel approved OEM passenger car or truck rear end allowed.  Closed, steel tube Quick changes allowed. Safety hubs (floater) mandatory. Steel axles only. No cambered rear ends. One (1) piece drive flange only. All components must be steel. Exceptions: lowering blocks, axle caps, rotor plates, and drive flanges.


18) WHEELS/BRAKES - Maximum 8” wheel width permitted. All wheels must be steel racing type. No bead locks, screws, or rim mounted bleeder valves. Steel and aluminum wheel spacers are allowed. Wheel lugs must be 5/8”min. Brakes must be in good working order on all four corners. Must maintain minimum OEM dimensions for hub/rotor and calipers, cannot be drilled or lightened. Bolt pattern may be changed. Larger studs allowed. Rear rotors may be aftermarket, minimum .810 inch thick, vented rotors only. No scalloped or drilled rotors. Front and rear hubs may be replaced with heavy-duty after-market hubs. Any non-mechanical traction control device intended to limit wheel slip is prohibited. No wiring of any kind permitted to front suspension.


19) SAFETY EQUIPMENT - All drivers must be protected at all times with Nomex SFI 3.2 A/5 fire suit, seat belts, shoulder harness, headrest, and helmet with a SA 2005 or later Snell rating. SFI 3.3/5 gloves, SFI 3.3/5 driving shoes and fire resistant underwear are highly recommended. Shoulder and side head restraints as part of the racing seat are required. Seat belts and harness are required to be a five point system with lower crouch belt (six point systems are recommended). Mounting attachment bar for shoulder harness must be at shoulder height of the driver and harness should not bend or change direction as it goes through the seat. Belt systems must be a minimum of 3” SFI approved units, dated no earlier than 2005. All cars must have a web style window net on the left side window opening with a seat belt latch mechanism on the top front corner. No cord or rope type nets. Working Fire extinguisher of B or C dry powder type or equivalent must be in every car and be easily accessible to both driver and right side window. A quick release mount is mandatory. Each car should have a fully charged 10 to 13 pound B and C type fire extinguisher in its pit area.

20) TIRES -  Only Hoosier 980 tires allowed. No tire soaking or dressing. In an effort to cut consumption and/or tire cost, officials reserve the right to establish tire rules, policies, or procedures as determined beneficial. No recaps, no altering of sidewalls. Only one new tire per night may be allowed, and must be branded and logged by Kil-Kare officials. Drivers may at their discretion bank a tire from any night they attend as a participant providing that they declare that tire to be banked to the tire official that day. Kil-Kare reserves the right to inspect any tire at anytime, including but not limited to Pre race, post race, and once tire has been turned in as a core.

21) RADIATORS - Must be mounted in front of the engine and have an overflow tank of no less than 2 quart capacity or have the overflow hose directed up onto the windshield.  Radiator mounting must not extend through sheet metal. No Glycol based Antifreeze coolant permitted.

22) MIRRORS/RADIOS - Mirrors and 2-way radios are NOT permitted in the car. Use of a scanner type receiver for communication from track officials to drivers is mandatory. Scanners may not be programmed to any frequency other than mandated frequency.  Scanners must be in full view, mounted toward the center of the interior.


23) PAINTING - Must be presentable. Numbers must be at least 18” tall on both doors and 4” in upper right hand corner of windshield. Competitors are to reserve the front 24 inches of each door and the first 6 inches of the roof for Sanctioning Body and/or Track Sponsors. (Failure to run sponsor decals may result in penalty.) Car owners must register for number, with seniority prevailing. Cars must display their car number in 4” or more numerals on the rear panel.

24) INSPECTION - Inspection of all cars will be subject to official approval. Workmanship and appearance will be a determining factor in whether officials permit cars to enter competition. Upon cars first appearance of season, it may be permitted to compete ONE NIGHT provided minor constructional variances from the rules do not, in the opinion of the officials, vary drastically from the rules. Officials ARE NOT obligated to any grace period on rule infractions at any time. Officials’ decisions are final. There will be an initial registration fee of $20, which will reserve exclusive rights to a number for the season. If a purchased number goes unused, it may be sold to someone else. In that event, there will be no refund of fees.

2014 Kil-Kare Sport Stocks


1. Sport Stocks will be defined as having stock roof, stock front fenders, & stock rear upper quarters panels for year and make of car.


2. Cars must utilize a street-type American made chassis (1965 or newer). 108" min. Wheelbase. Minimum 3100 lbs. wet with driver at all times.  Maximum left side weight is 57.0% at all times. Cars must utilize factory frame sections from front steering box mount to rear of rear spring pocket. No widening of the frame in any way. No strut type frames, must have lower “A” Arms. The cross member must remain the OEM Stock component and in OEM location but may be modified for oil pan or fuel pump clearance. Weight jacks OK.  Leaf spring cars must have stock frame to front of rear leaf. Front of rear leaf spring may not be adjustable. All Weight must be securely fastened with bolts or welded inside the perimeter of the frame. All Weight must be painted white and have the car number to identify which car it belongs to.


3. Standard Automatic transmissions w/ working torque converter or an OEM manual transmission and min. 7.25" clutch. Drive Shaft loop required.


4.  No Oil coolers in driver’s compartment. Battery must be properly encased.


5. No aftermarket lower A-Frames. No aftermarket or made for racing spindles Must be OEM style spindle. Standard aftermarket upper A-Frames may be used. Must have OEM Lower A Frames. No aftermarket trailing arms (Single chassis mounting point only). No 3-Link or Panhard Bar set up. Shocks must be steel, economy-type, may not be externally adjustable and may not be gas Re-chargeable (any shock may be claimed for $75 by Kil-Kare Only) Ford 9 inch rear ends OK. No Quick-change rear ends. Maximum 78" tread width measures from outside of rim to outside of rim at spindle height. No driver adjustments besides brakes. Stock-type, steel brake calipers only. Stock-type sway bars only.


6. Maximum 8" wide steel wheels only. Tires must be 8" Hoosier Commanche. NO SOAKING!


7. Engine must be cast iron (block & heads). Aluminum intake may be used . Headers may be used  (no 180’s). Engine must be located so the spark plug of the forward most cylinder is equal to the centerline of the upper ball joints. Exhaust must exit behind the driver and must exit beneath car or under frame.


8. Two or Four barrel carburetors only, but NO dual-line or double-pump carburetors. No rear metering block and no Demon Carbs. One spacer plate or adapter not to exceed 1 ¼ inches with gaskets. A fuel cell is mandatory and cannot exceed 22 gallon capacity. Inline fuel check valve recommended.  Fuel line must be standard in its size and length.


9. All cars must have stock firewall and floor-pan in place. Cars must have factory roof, fenders, and upper rear quarter panels. All other body panels may be made out of steel or aluminum. GM to GM, Ford to Ford, Mopar to Mopar for chassis, body and engines. Aftermarket bodies are not allowed. Aftermarket Hoods fiberglass steel or aluminum are allowed. Aftermarket bumper covers must cover all bumpers and brace supports and all metal must be behind and covered by the cover. Bumper cover must match year and make of car. Must run a stock-type bumper if no bumper cover is used. Roofline must have stock appearance ("Chopped Roofs" may result in left side weight % penalty. Side windows may go no further back than 15" from the corner of the A-Post and must go straight up at a 90 Degree angle from the door. Rear bumper/tail-light area must be enclosed (no open tail sections). Non-Active aftermarket Hood scoops allowed for purpose of closing hood over air cleaner only. Maximum Hood Scoop height 3”  Rear windows allowed, must be lexan. Holes cut in hood for air cleaners allowed, but no air flow entry allowed from the front, only from the rear. No fabricated hood scoops. Ashpalt front and rear bumper covers required, no downforce noses. Spoilers allowed, 4’ Maixmum height, no wider than the body at rear bumper.

10. Roll cages must not be offset and must be perimeter type. Installation is subject to technical approval. A four-point roll cage is mandatory and must be constructed of 1-3/4" x .095 steel tubing. The width of the top roll cage bars (halo) must be a minimum of 75% of the width of the frame rails where the cage attaches. The cage must go straight up the doors before a slight angle to the roofline. Side plate on drivers door must be used and must be a min. of 12" high, post to post, ¼" thick and either be welded to the cage or fastened with six ½" bolts. Resilient roll-bar padding must be used on any roll cage piece that can be reached by any extremity of the driver. A minimum of 3 protection bars (min. ¼" wide round stock) in front of driver in the windshield area mandatory. Any non conforming cage is subject to a 2% left side weight penalty.

11. A full fire retardant suit, racing gloves and Snell 2005 or newer helmet is required. A suitable form of neck restraint must be used ( a neck collar at minimum). An aluminum racing seat with belt no more than 3 years old. Window nets are mandatory. Additional weight must be securely bolted to car and painted white with car number displayed. All safety issues are subject to approval by Kil-Kare Tech Officials. All drivers must utilize a RaceCeiver for safety directions from the tower. Other radio communications are not allowed. You must purchase your own RaceCeiver.

12. Frame & Body Height Min. 4" wet with driver before and after race.

13. All Sports Stocks permitted with minor adjustments.

14. No Bump Stops front or rear.

2014 Kil-Kare Compacts

1. COMPETING MODELS: Any American or Foreign passenger car, 4 or 6 CYLINDER (no trucks). Front-wheel drive ONLY. NO Rotary engines. NO Turbos. Cars must be completely stock. No 4 wheel steering vehicles allowed.

2. BODY: Any 2 or 4-door body style, station wagons allowed. Driver doors must be welded shut. Additional doors may be welded or chained closed. Sun Roof openings must be covered with metal (No Glass). All exterior trim, moldings, plastics, lens covers etc. must be removed. Hood latch must be removed and hood secured with hood pins. Hatchbacks must retain hatch without glass. Rear of car must be enclosed above of rear bumper. No fabricated front air foils. Rear spoilers allowed, must be 4” tall and no wider than rear of body. Must run hood at all times.

3. INTERIOR: All flammable material except the front seat and dashboard must be removed. Racing seat is required, BELT SYSTEM MUST BE SFI APPROVED AND DATE NO OLDER THAN THREE YEARS! HELMET MUST BE SNELL APPROVED WITH A 2005 OR LATER SNELL STICKER. All interior and exterior rear-view mirrors must be removed. No rear view mirrors are permitted. A driver’s side ribbon or mesh type window net with a seatbelt latch mechanism is mandatory. All cars must carry a working approved type fire extinguisher, mounted within reach of the driver and from the passenger’s side window of the car. Quick release required.

4. ROLL CAGE: Standard four-post design roll cage mandatory, bolted in cages must sandwich the floorpan with a 4”x 4” 1/8” plates on top and bottom of floorpan. Driver’s door intrusion bars highly recommended. Bars to be joined flush, No stacking of Bars. Bars must be 1.625” diameter minimum .065” thickness minimum. Roll cage must attach in the same manner on all four corners .

5. SAFETY: A current Snell-approved 2005 OR LATER STICKER, full-face design helmet is mandatory. Fire resistant driving suit, shoes and gloves are required! A FULLY CHARGED FIRE EXTINGUISHER OF B OR C DRY POWER TYPE OR EQUIVALENT WITH A QUICK RELEASE MOUNT IS MANDATORY AND EASILY ACCESSIBLE!! WINDOW NET MANDATORY!

6. LIGHTS AND GLASS: Unbroken factory windshield mandatory, all other glass (Including Sun Roofs) must be removed. (Do not leave broken glass inside doors.) All head and tail lamps and side marker lights must be removed. No rear glass or side windows.

7. MECHANICAL: Absolutely FACTORY STOCK engines and drive trains. No modifications of any kind permitted. COOLANTS shall be water ONLY. No Antifreeze; Automatic $50.00 Fine. No fluid leaks of any kind.
7.01. FUEL SYSTEM: Original fuel tank permitted, 8-gallon approved-type fuel cell strongly recommended. Fuel Cell must be properly mounted in trunk, above floor pan. On fuel-injected cars, the electric fuel pump circuit must include an oil pressure safety switch in-line. Gasoline ONLY, no nitrous oxide or additives. Fuel cells must be enclosed from driver, no fuel lines or filter exposed in drivers compartment. No boat style fuel tanks.

8. WHEELS AND TIRES: Must use same size wheel all four corners. No grooving, shaving or siping of tires. No slicks, studded tires, or snow tires. Any Steel Rolled Racing Rim No more than 7” wide X 14”. Any wheel and tire assembly used in competition subject to Track Claim. 14”  Hoosier 790 track tires mandatory.

9. ELECTRICAL: All cars must self-start. Must use factory key on/off ignition switch. Battery must be securely mounted and enclosed,  no "bungee cords". Working Battery disconnect switch mandatory in reach of driver and track personnel.

10. APPEARANCE: Cars must be painted and lettered neatly. A minimum 18" high competition number is required on both doors and roof. Must be legible. All car numbers must be reserved and registered with the Speedway Office. No 3-digit numbers permitted. Number reservations will be on a first come first serve basis and are assigned to DRIVERS. There will be a $20 Fee to register Car numbers. One car may have multiple drivers, but each DRIVER must use their assigned number on the car when racing. (Any vehicle displaying unreadable, improper, unregistered or non-uniform numbers WILL NOT BE SCORED)

11. CAR CLAIM: Kil-Kare Speedway ONLY may claim any car for $800.00. Claim does not include racing seats, racing harness, or fuel cell (If so equipped.) Refusal of car claim will result in suspension and other penalties at the discretion of the Competition Director.

12. TIRE AND WHEEL CLAIM: Kil-Kare Speedway ONLY may claim any wheel and tire assembly used in competition on any car for $20 per-unit. Refusal of car claim will result in suspension and other penalties at the discretion of the Competition Director.

13. Track Management reserves the right to modify, add, or delete any rule at any time.

14. GEAR-STOCK CAR RUNNING GEAR, OEM FOR MAKE AND MODEL YEAR!!!!!!

15. DIVISION SERIES SPONSOR --- TRACK RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MANDATE A 4" TALL CLASS SERIES

16. ENGINE - No Modifications allowed to Engine must be completely stock, and must be the engine that in available in the year & make of car. Aftermarket air cleaners allowed.

17. Rub Rails– Rub rails ok on doors only (no tire to tire), no sharp edges.
Rules Subject To Change

RULES SUBJECT TO CHANGE