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Sony/PC Richard.com National Open Stock/Super Stock Rules

1/27/2014

2014 Sony/PC Richard.com National Open Guidelines – Stock/Super Stock

 

Stock/Super Stock CIC Race – Vehicle must fit into current NHRA Classification Guide and current NHRA Rulebook in Stock or Super Stock.  One entry per eliminator (Racer has one Stock car and one Super Stock car, he may enter the CIC race with one entry and the Combo Race with the second entry; he cannot enter the CIC race with 2 entries or the Combo race with 2 entries) Drivers with one vehicle may only enter one class. Tech card must be clearly marked at the top (CIC race)

First Round pairings will be random pair – Stock and Super Stock will be separated until not possible to do so (first round only).  Failure to report to the lanes in a timely manner may force a Stock car to race against a Super Stock car. First round bye run will be determined by the first run, best reaction time of the final time trial session.

Second Round parings will be based on how far under your current NHRA index you run.  Qualifying sheet and ladder will be produced upon the completion of Round 1 and followed to completion.  Stock and Super Stock racers will run against each other from round 2 until the completion of eliminations.

CIC will be based on current NHRA CIC policy -- .510 under your index will adjust your index for the next round. For Example, Racer X runs 9.000 on a 10.000 index; Index for round 2 will be adjusted as follows -- (10.00 - 9.000 = 1.00 under index.  Subtract .51 from 1.00 = .49 -- (Subtract .49 from original index  -- Index would be 9.51 for next round.). It is the racer’s responsibility to know what his and his opponent’s index should be for all rounds of eliminations. In a situation where both vehicles are in the same class, the race will be conducted on a heads-up basis.

Stock/Super Stock Combo -- Vehicle must fit into current NHRA Classification Guide and current NHRA Rulebook in Stock or Super Stock.  One entry per eliminator (Racer has one Stock car and one Super Stock car, he may enter the CIC race with one entry and the Combo Race with the second entry; he cannot enter the CIC race with 2 entries or the Combo race with 2 entries)  Drivers with one vehicle may only enter one class.  Tech card must be clearly marked at the top (Combo race)

First Round pairings will be random pair – Stock and Super Stock will be separated until not possible to do so (first round only).  Failure to report to the lanes in a timely manner may force a Stock car to race against a Super Stock car. First round bye run will be determined by the first run, best reaction time of the final time trial session.

Second Round parings will be based on how far under your current NHRA index you run.  Qualifying sheet and ladder will be produced upon the completion of Round 1 and followed to completion.  Stock and Super Stock racers will run against each other from round 2 until the completion of eliminations.