Mid-Atlantic Championship Weekend Rules

Mid-Atlantic Championship Weekend
Georgetown Speedway October 26-27, 2018

General Rules & Information


STSS Big-Block Modified – 40 laps, $5,000 to win, $400 to take the green

Round No. 7: Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco Velocita-USA South Region – Championship Points

Weights:
“Delaware” Big-Block or all-aluminum Big-Block (more than 477 cubic inches): 2,600 lbs.
“Big-Block” (range of 364 c.i.-477 c.i.): 2,500 lbs.
Small-Block (max. 363 cubic inches – post-race tolerance 370 c.i.): 2,400 lbs.
Sealed PA/NJ Spec Small-Block (methanol): 2,350 lbs.
Sealed PA/NJ Spec Small-Block (gasoline): 2,275 lbs.
*All weights are track-scale pounds, taken post-race with driver in car
*All-aluminum small-blocks are not permitted. No small-block engine can surpass 450 cubic inches.

Tires:
Right-Rear: American Racer 48 or harder (any track or series stamp)
Left-Rear: American Racer 44 or harder (any track or series stamp)
Fronts: American Racer 33 or harder (any track or series stamp)
*Standard chain-link Modified tires only; no block-tread tires; no 49 compound American Racers

Body Rules:
Standard bodies only; no sail panels or other deviations per STSS rules and procedures.

Qualifying:
Drivers will register and draw for hot lap groups. Drivers must hot lap in assigned heat-race groups. Hot laps will be timed. Utilizing those times, an invert will coincide with the number of cars scheduled to redraw (if the redraw is three, then the fastest car from the group will start the heat race third via the invert). The remainder of the heat lineup will be heads-up from times. Top qualifiers from each heat race will transfer to the redraw. The feature event starting field will be filled by qualified cars from heat races, consolations and provisional starters. The highest two drivers in STSS South Region points unable to qualify will be added as provisional starters (half green money). The speedway may add one driver as a “buy-in” at the back of the field.

General Rules:
Please refer to the STSS Modified 2018 South Region rules and procedures at the following link: http://bdmotorsportsmedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/SouthRegion2018Procedures.pdf

AMB transponders are required. One-way radios are mandatory. The frequency is 454.000.


Super Late Model – 40 laps, $5,000 to win, $400 to take the green

Weight:
Minimum weight is 2,250 lbs., post-race, with driver in car. Track scale pounds.

Tire Options:
Hoosier 1300 or harder (all four corners)
American Racer 44 or harder (all four corners)

Qualifying:
Competitors will pick a number for time trial order. Group time trials (3 cars per set, 3 laps) will set heat-race starting order. The top-two finishers out of each heat race will redraw. Heat races are 8 laps. Remainder of qualified cars start ‘head’s-up.” A field of 24 cars will start the main event.

General Rules:
Standard Potomac/Winchester/Delaware International rules apply.

AMB transponders are required. One-way radios are mandatory. The frequency is 454.000.

 

Small-Block Modified – 30 laps, $3,000 to win, $300 to take the green

Weights:
Small-Block (max. 363 cubic inches): 2,400 lbs.
Sealed PA/NJ Spec Small-Block (methanol): 2,350 lbs.
Sealed PA/NJ Spec Small-Block (gasoline): 2,275 lbs.
*All weights are track-scale pounds, taken post-race with driver in car
*All-aluminum small-blocks are not permitted.

Tires:
Right-Rear: American Racer 48 or harder
Left-Rear: American Racer 44 or harder
Fronts: American Racer 33 or harder
*Standard chain-link Modified tires only; no block-tread tires; no 49 compound American Racers

Body Rules:
Standard bodies only; no sail panels or other deviations. For body information, visit the general rules of the Short Track Super Series online at www.shorttracksuperseries.com.

Qualifying:
Drivers will draw for their starting positions in 8-lap heat races. Top finishers from the heat races transfer to the redraw. The remainder of heat-race qualifiers go directly to the features. Consolations will set the remainder of the field.

AMB transponders are required. One-way radios are mandatory. The frequency is 454.000.

 

Crate 602 Sportsman – 20 laps, $1,000 to win, $100 to take the green

Round No. 5: Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco Crate 602 Sportsman South Region – Championship Points

Engine:
Open to unaltered GM Crate 602 engines ONLY.

Weight:
All cars must weigh a minimum of 2,350 lbs.
*Track-scale pounds, taken post-race with driver in car

Shocks:
Open shock rule for this event.

Fuel:
Open fuel. Gasoline only. Sunoco is the preferred fuel of the series.

Tires:
Right-Rear: American Racer 48 or harder (any track or series stamp)
Left-Rear: American Racer 44 or harder (any track or series stamp)
Fronts: American Racer 33 or harder (any track or series stamp)
*Standard chain-link Modified tires only; no block-tread tires; no 49 compound American Racers

Body Rules:
Standard bodies only; no sail panels or other deviations.

Qualifying:
Drivers will draw for their starting positions in heat races. Top finishers from the heat races transfer to the redraw. The feature event starting field will be filled by qualified cars from heat races, consolations and provisional starters. The highest two drivers in STSS South Region points unable to qualify will be added as provisional starters (half green money). The speedway may add one driver as a “buy-in” at the back of the field.

General Rules:
Please refer to the STSS Crate 602 Sportsman 2018 South Region rules and procedures at the following link: http://bdmotorsportsmedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Sportsman2018Procedures.pdf

AMB transponders are required. One-way radios are mandatory. The frequency is 454.000.

 

RUSH Crate Late Models – 20 laps, $1,000 to win, $100 to take the green

Crate Late Models will operate under RUSH rules, on the web at: https://www.rushlatemodels.com/2018%20RUSH%20Late%20Model%20Rules.pdf

Qualifying:
Drivers will draw for their starting positions in heat races. Top finishers from the heat races transfer to the redraw. The remainder of heat-race qualifiers go directly to the features. Consolations will set the remainder of the field.

AMB transponders are required. One-way radios are mandatory. The frequency is 454.000.

 

Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series – 20 laps

Purse structure and rules set by the Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series, on the web at: http://www.masprintseries.com/


Delmarva Chargers, Delaware Super Trucks, Little Lincolns & Southern Delaware Vintage Stock Cars will utilize club rules.