BOMBER DIVISION (6 CYL)
The rules and/or specifications set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. By making an application for a competitor permit, it is deemed that the competitor agrees to become familiar with these regulations and abide by the directions set forth and prescribed by Management. No express or implied warranty of safety shall result from publications of, or compliance with these rules and/or specifications. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to participants, spectators, or others.
NOTE I: IF IT DOESN’T SAY YOU CAN DO IT, ASK THE TECH DIRECTOR FIRST.
NOTE II: IN THE EVENT OF ANY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THESE RULES AND ANY VISITING CARS RULES THE VISITING CARS HOME TRACK RULES WILL APPLY
These vehicles are intended to be Fun, Fast, and Inexpensive to build and race. The typical cost to build "Bomber" should not exceed $1000.
Any Stock OEM front-wheel drive, hardtop car or Mini Van with a V6 including:
Chev, Pontiac, Buick, Olds, Ford, Mercury, Chrysler, or Dodge, Toyota, Nissan, Mazda. VW Jetta and Chev Monte Carlo allowed.
Any rear wheel drive V6 1/4 ton.
No limited edition, sports, or other high-performance models including any turbo or supercharged models, Si, etc. unless specifically stated
All cars must have less than 250 HP as rated from the manufacturer.
VIN must be in place and easily readable. Must have a working ODB / ODB II system if so equipped.
TIRES AND RIMS
Any unaltered 55 - 80 series tire on a maximum 8 inch wide (bead set to bead set) steel wheel.
All Rims and tires must be the same. Recommend 1-inch lug nuts. Tire Tread Wear Rating must be no less than 250. Tire information must be clearly legible or the tire will be disallowed. No spacers allowed. The Center of wheels may be reinforced for strength. No altering of tires.
The driver door should be reinforced with a horizontal steel plate no smaller than 3/8 inch thick by 12 inches in height and extending to no more than 6 inches past the driver's door in either direction. The plate must be solidly welded to the car or bolted to the door framework.
All glass except windshield must be removed. Doors must be securely welded, bolted, or tied shut.
Windshield may be replaced with a minimum 1/8" lexan
Fireproof 100 % cotton clothing or coveralls or race suit required.
Metal patches must be of a Minimum 22 gauge tin (no other materials allowed).
All 4 brakes must be stock and in working order.
Battery may be moved to the right front firewall but must remain under the hood.
Hood and trunk latches should be removed and replaced with quick release hood pins for hood and trunk. Hood and trunk must remain hinged with original hinges.
Helmet must be either DOT or SNELL certified. SNELL recommended.
Gas tank must be ahead of the rear wheels and in its stock position under the vehicle. A fuel cell may be used and if so the rear of the car must be sealed across the back seat fire wall with a minimum 22 guage metal sheet.
Rear and passenger seats should be removed along with all other flammable interior materials. Note: The original stock dash must remain.
An H Bar style roll cage behind the drivers seat is required on any vehicle that does not have a 5 star roll over rating. A 1/4 inch(T) x 12"(H) x 36"(L) steel plate is allowed and recommended on the drivers side door and should be welded to the car or bolted into the car structure.
A minimum "3 point" safety harness (seat belt) is required. 4 Point harness recommended.
Rear view mirror allowed, centered to the windshield. All other mirrors must be removed.
Must be stock for the make model and year of the vehicle.
Caster and Camber my be adjusted within stock component parameters. ie You may not exceed the available stock adjustments. No bending, cutting, or other tweeking of the suspension. It must be within the stock adjustability of the suspension as it was from the manufacturer.
Car may have a front air dam no closer to the ground than 4” at the lowest point (when full of fuel and with the driver in the car). Air Dam may run from the front wheel well to the front wheel well.
May have a 5-inch high spoiler across the rear deck (trunk) of the car. The spoiler may not extend past the edge of the trunk.
The lowest point on the chassis/unibody may be no less than 6 inches from the ground (except front air dam and side skirts, if any).
No additional weights may be added unless approved or required by the Tech.