DacotahSpeedway Track Procedures, Rules, Transponder Mounting, and HobbyStock Rules


RULEBOOK DISCLAIMER:The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to providefor the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimumacceptable requirements for such events. These rules shall govern thecondition of all events, and by participating in these events, allparticipants are deemed to have complied with these rules. NOEXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROMPUBLICATIONS OF, OR COMPLIANCE WITH, THESE RULES AND/OR REGULATIONS.They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are inno way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant,spectator or official. The race director(s) shall be empoweredto permit minor deviations from any of the specifications herein orto impose any further restrictions that in his/her opinion do notalter the minimum acceptable requirements. NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIEDWARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM SUCH ALTERATION OFSPECIFICATIONS. Any interpretation of or deviation from these rulesis left to the discretion of the officials. THEIR DECISION IS FINAL.

Penalties,policies and procedures will be fully enforced by Dacotah Speedwaytrack officials and the Board of Directors of the Bismarck-MandanStock Car Association.



  1. Driveris sole spokesman for car owner and pit crew in any and all matterspertaining to the race, and only the driver shall take part in anyarbitration with the officials.

  2. Driveris responsible for the conduct and actions of his/her crew members.Unsportsmanlike conduct by drivers, owners and/or pit crews shall begrounds for disqualification and/or punitive action.

  3. Nodriver, crew member, car owner, spectator, or any other person shallsubject officials to abuse, vulgar or improper language. Rememberthat this is a family sporting event.

  4. Nodriver, crew member, car owner, spectator, or any other person shallparticipate in any fight or any other type of disturbance on thepremises.

  5. Allnon-sanctioned classes shall abide by the BMSCA rules in addition tothe rules set forth herein.

    1. Modifieds:BMSCA has elected the Modified class to be sanctioned by IMCA. AllIMCA rules and procedures are in full force and effect, in additionto the rules set forth herein. In the event a rule conflictsbetween IMCA’s rulebook and BMSCA’s rulebook, BMSCA’srulebook shall prevail so long as it does not cause the driver tobe fined or otherwise penalized by IMCA. A copy of IMCA’s currentrule book can be found at

    1. StreetStocks: BMSCA has elected the Street Stock class to be sanctionedby WISSOTA. All WISSOTA rules and procedures are in full force andeffect, in addition to the rules set forth herein. In the event arule conflicts between WISSOTA’s rulebook and BMSCA’s rulebook,BMSCA’s rulebook shall prevail so long as it does not cause thedriver to be fined or otherwise penalized by WISSOTA. A copy ofWISSOTA’s current rule book can be found at

    1. Legends:BMSCA has elected the Legends class to be sanctioned by INEX. AllLegends rules and procedures are in full force and effect, inaddition to the rules set forth herein. In the event a ruleconflicts between INEX’s rulebook and BMSCA’s rulebook, BMSCA’srulebook shall prevail so long as it does not cause the driver tobe fined or otherwise penalized by INEX. A copy of INEX’s currentrule book can be found at

    1. SportCompacts: BMSCA has elected the Sport Compact class to besanctioned by IMCA. All IMCA rules and procedures are in full forceand effect, in addition to the rules set forth herein. In the eventa rule conflicts between IMCA’s rulebook and BMSCA’s rulebook,BMSCA’s rulebook shall prevail so long as it does not cause thedriver to be fined or otherwise penalized by IMCA. A copy of IMCA’scurrent rule book can be found at


  1.  Nodrivers or crew members may enter the pits until he/she haspersonally signed all Releases and Waivers. No one will be permittedto sign for someone else.

  1.  Allpersons under the age of 16 who enter the pits must have a signedMinor Waiver on file.


  1. Theflagman is in charge of all racecars on the race track, and has thefinal decision concerning matters on the race track. Decisions,interpretation of all rules, and scoring positions shall be final.No arguing with the officials.

  1. Onlyrace officials will be allowed on the track during a yellow or redflag. Penalties will be enforced for violation of this policy.Penalties may include the car being sent to the back, loss ofpoints, loss of money, and/or suspension. Race Officials will decidewhat penalty fits the offense.

  1. If,for any reason, a car is unable to continue while on the track(accident or mechanical problems), the driver MUST remain inside thecar until assistance arrives, unless there is a perceived danger(such as a fire). Penalties may be enforced for violation of thispolicy.

  1. Nodriver changes will be allowed after a car has qualified for thefeature. 

  1. Oncethe line-ups are done, if you are unable to start your appointedheat race, you may be allowed to start tail end in the last heat atthe discretion of the head flagman.

  1. Ayellow flag on the first lap of a race constitutes a completerestart. Line up two abreast in your original position (unless sentto the back by the flagman). Any car that is thought to have startedracing before the green flag falls (jumping the start) will berelegated to the rear of the field.

  1. Whenthe race is yellow flagged after at least one full lap of racing,cars will line up single file, so officials can put cars in ordervia Raceciever. If cars do not go single file for line up, they willbe sent to the back for holding up the show.

  1. Thecar(s) which caused the yellow flag will restart at the rear of thefield.

  1. Ifyou intentionally spin out or stop for the purpose of causing ayellow flag or a restart, you may be disqualified at the headflagman’s discretion.

  1.  Acar that causes a yellow during a heat race will be sent to the tailend. A car causing a second yellow will be black flagged and sentto the pits.

  1. Aftersecond yellow flag in any feature or consi race, any driver thatcauses the third caution will be black flagged and sent to the pits.Any driver that causes two yellow flags in a feature or consi racewill be black flagged and sent to the pits. This will be at theflagman or race director’s discretion. 

  1. Anycar entering the pits during a yellow flag, for any reason, willrestart at the rear of the field.

  1. Oncethe yellow light is turned off for a start or restart, the pitofficials at the entrance to the track will determine if it is safefor a car to pull onto the track. DO NOT pull onto the track unlessan official signals for you to do so. If you are in the pits whenthe green flag drops to start or restart a race, you will not beallowed to join/rejoin the race, unless a yellow comes out before alap is completed. 

  1. Redflag means there is a serious safety related condition on thespeedway.  All cars must come to a complete stop immediately.Cars may be sent to the pits until condition is resolved. No workmay be done to the cars on the track. Drivers must remain in theircar unless directed by official or if danger such as fire ispresent. Pit crews are not allowed on the track during a red flag.

  1. Anycar not able to maintain a safe racing speed will be black flagged.Any car considered to be a hazard for any reason may be blackflagged at the discretion of the officials.

  1. Arace may be stopped at the discretion of the track officials atshould they consider it dangerous or unsafe to continue.

  1. Thetop five cars from the Heats and Features must report to the scaleimmediately following the race to weigh. If the driver does notgo directly to the scale, avoids going to the scale, does not remainat the scale until weighed, or does not meet minimum weight, adisqualification for that race will result. If the car does not meetminimum weight, it will be re-scaled one time. The car will bepushed off the scale, the scale will be zeroed, and the car will bepushed back onto the scale. No other cars will be permitted toweigh during this time. If the car leaves the scale for any reasonbefore re-scaling, a disqualification for that race will result.

  1. Thepit meeting will begin 20 minutes prior to the start of the race. BEON TIME. Everyone in the pits will attend the pit meeting and remainfor the National Anthem. All engines and generators will be turnedoff before the pit meeting.

  1. Thenumber of cars in a heat race will be determined by race officials.Number of cars in Features will be determined by number of cars ineach class. 26 or more cars in a class may result in consolationraces.

  1. Raceceiversand Transponders are required for ALL drivers ANY TIME the caris on the track. If you have your helmet on, the Raceciver must beon. Raceciever checks will be done. If officials believe that you donot have a working Raceciever, the car will be black flagged.Raceceiver channel is 000. Frequency is 454.0000

  1. Officialswill not work on cars. If sheet metal, bumpers, etc. are half tornoff the car, the car must go to the pit area and have it fixed.After going to the pit area, the car will start in the back of thefield.

  1. Anycar that is deemed unsafe for a mechanical reason will be sent tothe pits. 

  1. Securelymounted window nets must be used and must be up at all times carsare on the track. Car may be black flagged for not having window netin place. Some classes permit arm restraints in place of a windownet. Please consult the rule book for your respective class.

  1. Theflagman and/or race official(s) have the right to disqualify any carand/or driver for misconduct or not complying with the rules.

  1. Acar must take the green flag in the “A” feature to be eligiblefor payout.

  1. Carsmust start the night with all parts in place. Hood, all sheet metal,all body work, etc. must be in place to take green flag.

  1. Duringfeature races only, a yellow flag occurring after leader has takenthe white flag will constitute a yellow checkered finish. Cars willfinish in order of last completed lap, with the offending car beingscored in last position.

  1. Nocar will stop on the race surface to talk with official unless asafety concern needs to be communicated such as debris on the track.

  1. AllFeatures have a 20-minute time limit, excluding time for red flags.If a yellow flag comes out and the time limit has been reached or isclose (determined by flagman and race officials) the race will bedesignated as complete. The last completed lap will be the finishorder.

  1. Restartswill be lined up according to the Delaware Start. The first placecar is out front alone. Second place picks inside or outside ofsecond row, third place gets remaining position. Fourth place car isalways on the inside of the third row. Remaining cars line up inorder.

  1. Restartsmay be single file at discretion of the head flagman.


  1. Greenflag means speedway is open for racing.

  1. YellowFlag: All cars are required to slow down immediately upon seeing thecaution light or flag and get single file as soon as possible. Nopassing, stopping or racing to the starting line on a yellow. Carsfound to be passing or otherwise messing up the lineup may be put tothe back of the pack.

  1. BlackFlag: A black flag is a consultation flag and will be given wheneverit is determined that a competitor must go to the pits. Drivers whoreceive a black flag and refuse to stop racing and cause the race tobe stopped may be fined up to $100. Anyone who approaches the flagstand physically or verbally after receiving a Black Flag will befined $100.00 minimum and or a suspension.

  1. Redflag means there is a serious safety related condition on thespeedway.  (See rule #14 under Race Procedure for furtherclarification.)

  1. Yellowflag crossed with black, this means that any driver causing anyyellow from this point on will be black flagged.

  1. Ablack flag folded up or shaking black flag at driver is a warning toa driver he/she may be too aggressive towards fellow competitors andwill be black flagged if it continues.


  1. Unsportsmanlikeconduct, threatening or obscene gestures, foul language, abuse aimedat an official, promoter, employee, competitor, sponsor or volunteermay result in the following:

    1. Fineup to $500.

    2. Suspensionfrom competition of up to one year.

    3. Forfeitureof payout for that race.

    4. Forfeitureof all points for the race and/or season.

    5. Sanctioningbody will be notified of the infraction for possible fines,disqualification, and/or suspension.

  1. RoughDriving

    1. Fineup to $500

    2. Forfeitureof payout for that race.

    3. Forfeitureof all points for the race and/or season.

  1. Fighting,misconduct on the track, in the pits, or on the track premises.

    1. Fineup to $500.

    2. Suspensionfrom competition of up to one year.

    3. Forfeitureof payout for that race.

    4. Forfeitureof all points for the race and/or season.

    5. Sanctioningbody will be notified of the infraction for possible fines,disqualification, and/or suspension.


  1. Safetyequipment must be in good, usable condition as judged by the techcrew. This includes suit, helmet, gloves, shoes, etc.  

  1. Noalcoholic beverages may be consumed by any person in the pit area(s)until the completion of the entire race program. Violation of thispolicy may result in loss of pay, loss of points, and/or suspension.

  1. TheBismarck-Mandan Stock Car Association board of directors reservesthe right to make changes to these rules and procedures as needed. 

  1. DacotahSpeedway may conduct tire testing as a part of technical inspectionprocedures.  The purpose of this testing is to determine if atire has been chemically altered in violation of rules set by therespective sanctioning body. Dacotah Speedway will employ a 3rdparty testing laboratory to analyze samples taken from tires inquestion. Ifa tire sample tests positive for chemical alteration, the resultwill be:

  1. Aloss of pay and points for the night in question

  2. A30-day suspension from participation in race events at DacotahSpeedway

  3. Referralto the respective sanctioning body for possible further disciplinaryactions, and

  4. DacotahSpeedway will bill the driver $150 to cover costs incurred relatedto testing

Clickon class below to take you to the rules for that class.


WissotaStreet Stock

IMCASport Compact


DacotahSpeedway Hobby Stocks (at the bottom of this page)


TransponderInstallation Specifications

Modifieds:Right side of the engine on the mid plate.

Legends:Right rear upright where the panhard bar is mounted, or the sameupright on the left side.

StreetStocks: Right side of car, inside the frame rail, approximately 21-23inches behind the lower ball joint.

HobbyStocks: Right side of car, inside the frame rail, approximately 21-23inches behind the lower ball joint.

IMCASport Compacts: To the rear, 24 inches. Measured from the centerlineof the rear axle to the centerline of the transponder.

GeneralMounting Instructions

Alltransponders will be mounted on the passenger (right side). Use yourskill to make the necessary mount.

Mountas low as possible, slightly above the lower frame rail or the lowestprotected point. 24 inches is the maximum height, but should be keptas low as possible to keep a strong signal.

Yourmeasurement should be accurate to less than 1 inch.

Avoidor protect from exhaust heat

Mountsecurely; you don’t want it to fall off during the race.

Thecenter line of the transponder will be the arrow on the body or onthe bracket. The arrow shows the mounting direction.



Allpoints are awarded to the car. No car changes are allowed after theheat race. In the event a car is inoperable PRIOR to the heat race,another car may be used so long as that car has not been alreadyqualified for that night’s feature. The transponder and car numbermust be transferred to the new car, although the track has discretionto allow exemptions if a situation dictates.

Pointswill follow the current WISSOTA points system in all other aspects.

1.  AnyAmerican made car with a minimum factory specification of 108 inchwheel base. 
2.  Novans, trucks, station wagons or convertibles. 
3.  Minimumweight with driver: 321 cu. in or less = 3400 pounds, 322 to 367 = 3600 pounds, over 367 cu. in. = 3800 pounds. 
4.  Noreinforcing, cutting apart, welding or modification of anything onthe vehicle is allowed except as specified. 
5.  Allglass and flammable materials must be removed. 
6.  Hoodinner structure may be removed. 
7.  Frontwheel wells may be removed. 
8.  Innerdoor structure may be removed for door bars only. 
9.  Noremoval of rear wheel wells, steel interior panels, or trunk floor(exception for fuel cells, see K-6, FUEL CELLS). 
10.  Alldoors must be welded shut. 
11.  Enginemust remain in original position. 
12.  Adriveshaft safety loop is required and must be located 6 to 12 inchesbehind front u-joint. The hoop must be made of minimum 1/4 x 2 steeland, if bolt-in type used, must be mounted with graded hardware. Loopmust be 360 degrees around shaft. NO chain allowed. Driveshaft mustbe painted white. 
13.  Rearbumper must be stock mounted and tied to rear fenders withstraps. 
14.  Nogutting of bumpers -- front or rear. 
15.  Ashort piece of 3/8 chain must be bolted through a hole in the bumperand a hole in the frame to prevent the bumper from falling off. Thisapplies to both front and rear bumpers. 
16.  Anystock front bumper allowed. You may replace your factory shockabsorber mount with tubing no larger than 1 3/4" diameter .095wall thickness. Bracing any bumper is permitted using the samematerial no wider than 48" behind the bumper. Straps from frontbumper to fender are allowed and recommended. 
17.  Bodymust match frame and wheel base. 
18.  Rubbars may be used on the sides of the car but must be mounted only tothe body. They cannot be tied to the roll cage. Rub bar maximum 2"diameter tubing with tapered ends. 
19.  Sheet,roll plastic, or manufactured nose piece may be used. 
20.  Noenclosed cockpits.

1.  Asix (6) point roll cage is mandatory: Main cage must consist ofminimum 1.75 inch O.D. tubing, with a wall thickness of at least .095inch. Theremust be one post by each windshield post and two behind the driverwith all four connected at the top with a roof hoop. You must have anangle brace from the driversfront of the roof hoop to the right rear of the roof hoop. You musthave an angle brace running from the upper right corner to the lowerleft corner behind the driver. The two back bars must run from thetop left and top right of the roof hoop to the rear of the car. Aprotective bar running from the front left cage post forward and downto the frame to protect the driver’s foot area is recommended. Aminimum of three inches from the top of the cage to the top of thedriver’s head is required.
2.  Minimumof four (4) 3/8 windshield bars. 
3.  Minimumof three (3) door bars on the left side. Must be 1.75 inch O.D.tubing, with a wall thickness of at least .095 inch. 
4.  Nooffset cages. 
5.  Noset back cages. 
6.  X-bracingunder car is allowed and recommended.

1.  Eachdriver must have a fire extinguisher in his/her pit. 
2.  Aluminumracing seat only. No fiberglass seats. No composite material seats.Seat must be mounted in stock location and not set back. 
3.  Atail light in the rear window is required and must be on at all timesthe car is on the track. 
4.  Musthave SFI Approved 5-point racing harness. Seat belts must consist ofa three inch lap belt and double three inch shoulder belts thatrelease with one mechanism. Belts must be no more than threeyears old.
5.  Adriver’s side window net is mandatory. Window net must be mountedwith solid mount at the bottom of the window and latch at the top.Latch must be readily accessible by both driver and safetypersonnel. 
6.  Helmetmust be a Snell approved full-face helmet. All helmets must have atleast SA2010 rating. 
7.  MUSThave an SFI approved fire-resistant driving suit. 
8.  Neckbrace made of a fire-resistant material is mandatory. 
9.  Fireresistant gloves and shoes are mandatory. 

1.  Stockcast iron two barrel intake ONLY. No porting, polishing or gasketmatching. 
2.  Noaluminum intakes. No carburetor adapters or spacer plates. 
3.  Noporting of heads, intake manifolds, or exhaust manifolds. 
4.  Flattappet hydraulic camshafts only. No roller cams or roller liftersallowed. No mushroom or step lifters allowed. No machining permittedto install cam or lifters. Must be able to remove lifter from top oflifter galley at any time. No truing of lifter bore. 
5.  Stocklog type manifolds only. No center dump, Vortec, or LT1 exhaustmanifolds. No headers.
6.  Nodouble hump heads. No Vortec heads. (Casting numbers NOT allowed:186, 462, 461, 461x, 492, 432, 041, 040, 370, 10239906.) 
7.  NOroller tip rockers, NO roller rockers. 
8.  Headsmust match engine. For example: 305 heads on 305 block. 
9.  Stockpistons. No flat-top pistons in 400 engine. No domed pistons.Cast piston with 4-value reliefs only. No forged pistons. No KeithBlack, or light weight racing pistons, etc. 
10.  Pistonmust sit below deck of block. 
11.  Headscannot be angle milled. 
12.  Stockstroke. Crank must match block. No offset grind. 
13.  Rodsmust match block. No lightening, grinding, knife edging or polishingof any type. No bushed or floated rods. 
14.  Balancingis allowed. 
15.  Stocktwo-piece balancer only. 
16.  Noaluminum other than stock for that engine. No aluminum waterpumps. 
17.  Aluminumpulleys allowed. 
18.  Valveseats may be ground no further then 1/4 inch below top of seat. Valvemust match head being used. Maximum size valve will be 2.02” intakeand 1.60” exhaust on Chevy heads.  Other manufacturers may besubject to approval. 
19.  Stampedsteel rockers only. No stud girdles. No guide plates. Valley pansallowed. 
20.  Valvesprings must be stock diameter for heads being used. No helpersprings. No beehive springs. 
21.  Stockappearing oil pan. Pan will go with claim. 
22.  9.5:1Maximum compression ratio. Will be checked with Whistler CompressionRatio Tester.

1.  One2-barrel carburetor only. 
2.  Nofront bowl Holley carburetors. 
3.  Nomarine carbs or intakes. 
4.  Carburetorsmust be unaltered OEM, except: booster I.D. may be machined to 0.25inch, venturi I.D. machined to 1 3/8” (1.375 inch) andthrottle bore I.D machined to 1 11/16” (1.6875 inch) on Rochestercarburetor. 0.625 inch minimum booster height on Rochestercarburetor. Holley jets allowed. All other carburetors may be subjectto approval.
5.  Chokecan be removed but not the air horn. 
6.  Noelectric fuel pumps. 
7.  Fuelmust be pump gasoline only. 10% ethanol-enriched gasoline may beused. No alcohol, no nitrous oxide or nitromethane, no nitrousdevices allowed. No methane or propylene oxide allowed. 
8.  Gaspedal, including the use of a racing pedal, must be mounted in stocklocation on the firewall. 

1.  Ignitionmust be either point system or stock electronics (HEI). No supercoils. No multiple spark boxes (like MSD). 

1.  Twocopper radiators or one aluminum radiator allowed. 
2.  Radiator(Stock or Aluminum) must be mounted to Stock OEM radiator support andremain in original position and be operable. Some fabrication orreinforcing of mounting brackets will be allowed as needed for a safeinstallation. The portion of the radiator support that extendsoutside the frame rail may be replaced with pipe to tie to thefender. The portion inside the frame rails must remainstock.
3. Extraradiator may be used if using a copper\brass radiator. It must bemounted inside the car and shielded from the driver. Absolutely NOAluminum radiators in the rear, stock or not.

1.  Stock3-speed automatic transmission only. Must be fully functional withthree forward gears and working reverse. No lightening or removal ofinternal parts allowed. 
2.  Nopowerglides allowed. No manual transmissionsallowed. 
3.  OnlyTH350 and TH400 transmissions allowed in GM. Transmissions in otherbrands subject to approval. 
4.  Transmissionis subject to teardown/protest. 
5.  Stockdiameter torque converter only. (Stock to transmission beingused.) 
6.  Nomodified torque converters. 
7.  Posi-tractionor welded rear ends are OK. 4:11 gears or less. Aftermarket minispool allowed. No full spools allowed. 
8.  Nointer marriage of rear ends and transmissions. 

1.  Thebattery must be moved inside the car and must be covered and securelyfastened. (NO TARP STRAPS). 
2.  Onebattery only -- must be 12 volt. 

1.  Brakesmust be factory stock including master cylinder. 
2.  Drumbrakes on rear of car only. No drum brakes allowed on thefront. 
3.  Allcars must have four working brakes at all times. No shut off valvesallowed. 
4.  Brakepedal must be of stock length for the make and model of car and mustbe mounted to the stock position on the firewall. 
5.  Noaltering of suspension or steering. Steering shaft with u-joints orslip joint is OK. All suspension parts must match frame. 
6.  Shockabsorbers must be mounted on the stock upper and lower mounts. Nomodifications allowed on shock mounts, and mounts must be in stocklocations. No tie rod end, heim end or aluminum shocks allowed. Oneshock per wheel for a total of four shocks per car. No coil overshocks allowed. No spacers of any kind allowed. Shocks must be steeland non-adjustable. No remote or external canister type of shocksallowed. Shocks must be steel body, one piece or multi-piece allowed.No bulb tops, may have removable bushing on shaft end of body.Bushing holder/eyelet must be fixed to body. No Schrader or bladderstyle valves allowed. Must use stock type shock ends top and bottom.Front half of shocks can be covered.
7.  Springsmust be in the stock location and position; stock spring hangersonly. Any 5-1/2-inch minimum diameter spring allowed front. Rearsprings must have pigtails on both ends.

1.  Fueltanks must be moved into the trunk area. Trunk floor may be guttedfor fuel cell BUT no more than 2 inches around cell. If fuel cellprotrudes below trunk floor, a fuel cell guard must be in place. Thisguard will consist of a piece of tubing, minimum of 1 1/2 inches indiameter, 1 inch below the cell and from frame rail to frame rail.The bottom of the fuel cell cannot be lower than the bottom point ofthe stock frame rail. Cell must be mounted to the rollcage. 
2.  Maximumcapacity of fuel tanks not to exceed 10 gallons. Fuel CELLS may belarger. 
3.  Theremust be a firewall between the driver and the fuel tank. 
4.  Fueltank must be securely mounted using a minimum of two (2) 2” steelstraps. 
5.  Ifa fuel cell is used, it must be in a metal container. 

1.  DOTtires must be maximum 8" tread width measured with a tapemeasure from shoulder to shoulder, NOT manufacturers specification.This will be up to the tech inspector's discretion. Must be apassenger series tire with P255/60R15 being the largest tire allowed.IMCA G-60, WISSOTA H-40 or WISSOTA 35 tires will be allowed. Nodefacing of tires. The same tire types and compounds must be run onall four corners of the car. No mixing of tires will beallowed.
2.  14"or 15" Stock steel wheels, white/chrome spoke or modular wheels.Racing type wheels will be allowed but, must weigh a minimum of 19pounds. All wheels (racing or not) will have a Maximum wheel width of8" with an offset of 3” or 4", plus or minus 1/2".(This measurement will be from the inside bead area of the wheel tothe bolt plate with a tolerance of + or – ½”) NO lightweight (less than 19 LBS) racing type wheels allowed. 
3.  NOWheel Spacers. 
4.  Beadlocksare NOT allowed.

Thisclass is designed for stock street cars only. NO high performance orracing parts allowed on this car. Suspension, engine and drive trainmust remain STOCK. Any areas not covered in the above rules shall beleft up to the discretion of the management. If in doubt -- ASK. Wewill uphold the intent of the rules. 

Carsmust be neatly numbered using numbers from 1 through 99. Numbers mustbe at least 18” high and 10” wide with a body of 3”. Numbersmust be painted on the door on both sides of the car and the roof. A6” by 6” plate with the number painted on it must be placed inthe front window and the rear window. All numbers must be ofcontrasting color to the car. Do not incorporate graphics into yournumber. Simple block numbers using the above dimensions and of acontrasting color are the easiest to read. Do NOT paint number on therear quarter panels. Do NOT use shiny reflective or prismatic typedecals. 

1. All cars will be kept neat appearing. Tin hanging off cars and/orsharp edges will not be allowed. 
2. Minor changes to the body rules may be allowed. For instance, a frontvalance or a rear spoiler may be allowed that enhances the appearanceof the car as long as it is deemed nonfunctional. This will be leftto the discretion of the tech inspectors.  


Nodriver currently licensed in a higher class by WISSOTA, IMCA, INEX,ETC., will be allowed to participate in the Dacotah Speedway HobbyStock class. The Board of Directors may grant exceptions to thisrule, requested in writing, on a case by case basis. 

Allrace cars competing in the feature event are subject to beingprotested. Any driver competing in the feature event may protestproviding his or her race car meets the minimum weight and is deemedotherwise legal by the tech inspector. Intent to protest must befiled with a track official prior to the start of the feature raceand the required protest fee must be tendered at this time. Theprotest fee shall be $100 for the top end and $200 for the bottom endor $300 for both. If after tear down, the engine is found to belegal, 75% of the protest fee will go to the protested driver and 25%of the fee will be retained by the track. If after tear down, theengine is found to be illegal, 75% of the protest fee will bereturned to the driver who protested and 25% will be retained by thetrack. 

Immediatelyfollowing the completion of the feature race, a track official willnotify the driver of the protested race car that his/her race car hasbeen protested. The protested driver shall then proceed directly tothe claim area where he will receive further instructions as to wherethe tear down will take place. A track official will be assigned tostay with the protested car until the tear down iscompleted. 

Onlythe driver may protest. A driver may only protest one engine perrace. The tech inspector has the final word on the legality of therace cars involved in the protest. No person shall prevent orinterfere with the protest procedure. Only the driver and two pitmenfrom the protested car may be present at the tear down. Only thedriver and one pitman from the protesting car may be present at thetear down. The track will designate appropriate track officials to bepresent at the tear down. 

Ifan engine is found to be illegal, the driver of the protested carwill forfeit all points and money earned for the event at which theengine was protested and may serve up to a 2-event suspension. The2-event suspension applies to both car and driver. Refusal of aprotest will result in the same penalties as above. In the case of aprotest refusal, the protest fee will be returned to the driver whoprotested. A second protest refusal by the same driver in the sameracing season shall result in loss of all points and money earned forthe event at which the engine was protested, a 4-event suspension forboth car and driver and loss of all points earned year todate. 

Thefee to protest a transmission will be $100. The Eligibility,Procedure, Special Provisions and Penalties will be the same as theEngine Protest Rule. 

Therewill be an engine claim of $200 plus exchange. The claim must be madewithin five minutes of the end of the feature event. The claim canonly be made by the driver and the claim fee must be in US currency.The claiming driver’s engine must be in good, sound running orderaccording to the track officials. In order to claim, a driver must bein the top 8 finishers, on the same lap as the winner and must nothave been involved in causing a yellow during the feature event. Thecars in the last two (2) places are ineligible to claim. The carwhose driver is claiming must meet all rules and must weigh after thefeature. Claimrule will not be in effect on first TWO track point nights. Followingthe second night, no driver may claim unless they have competed atALLpreviousweekly sanctioned track point events. Engine claim rule will not bein effect on season championship night. Exception is: If a driveris claimed at any weekly point event, he may claim at anyfollowing event at that track without needing perfect attendance.Driver can only claim one engine during current calendar year.Exception is after any driver has had more than one engine claimed,they are eligible to claim as many engines as they have had claimed.Driver allowed only one claim per event, regardless of outcome. Nodriver may claim the same driver more than once during currentcalendar year. Driver being claimed is subject to only one claim perevent. 
Theclaim includes everything except:carburetor, ignition, exhaust manifolds, starter, water pump, fanbelts, and pulleys. 

Therefusal of a claim will result in a 30 day suspension for both carand driver and the loss of all points and money earned that night, aswell as all points year to date and a $250 fine. Suspension time mustbe served, and fines must be paid before the driver is allowed torace again. 

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