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Bristol Family Charity Race Weekend

Gates Open: Sat 5 p.m. / Sunday noon

Start Time: Sat 7 p.m. / Sunday 2:30 p.m.

Event Information:

Saturday & Sunday Jan 11th & 12th 

Bristol Family Charity Race Weekend 

Two days of racing to benefit C.A.R.S. Racin’ for a Dream Inc.

Helping children & their families who are facing serious illnesses

Saturday Night – Qualifying Pro-Trucks, Modified Mini 40, Pure Stock 40

DAARA Antiques, Legends 20 Laps, Scrambler / 4 Cyl Open 30

Sunday – Pro-Trucks 114 Laps, Legends 25, Bombers 40 !

On track Autograph session 1 p.m.



Ticket Prices:

Adult: $15

Seniors 55+: $13


6-12: Kids 5-12 $5

Scrambler Rules

2019 SCRAMBLER Rules

Each car must have a Hayes, Motors or Chilton’s repair manual with them at all times in tech.
Any 4-cyl car or truck allowed. VIN # must be attached to car and data link connector must be available.
Engine must be for year/model. No rotary motors. If changing from auto to manual transmission all components for transmission must be swapped also.
All parts must remain strictly stock, In-takes, carburetors, exhaust manifolds, distributors, rims and every item on your car.
4 cylinder single cam w/8 valve 2200 lbs and 4 cylinder single cam 12 or 16 valve 2300 lbs.
4 cylinder dual cam 2400 lbs left side weight 54%.Ride height must be stock and cannot be less than 6” on all four corners.
No locked or posi rear ends of front end. Showtime cars can race with us with weight penalty for locked or posi (see Techman)
Cars must remain year/model on components associated with that manufacturer with exception of year on transmission.
Access hole must be installed to view clutch area and back of flywheel.
All side and rear glass must be removed.
Remove all burnable items that unbolts, no cutting.
Must use a Racing Seat and belts can be no older than 5 years.
Driver’s side window net is mandatory.
Doors must be securely closed and welded shut. All hardware must remain including hinges.
Must be stock in rating, coil size diameter, height as per manufacture specs and un-altered as determined by the tech official. NO bump stops.
4 point cage – 1 ¾ tubing w/095 wall thickness, door bars must extend all the way to drivers door. Can plate door bars.
May install front support bars for safety, must turndown 6 inches past motor mount area with two connecting points.
May install rear bars down to rear struts and to rear sub frame with two connecting points. No gutting except for door bars.
Doors must be welded shut.
Stock or track approved pipe bumpers with turn ends allowed.
Track approved tires and wheel size 13” x 7” steel racing wheels .No pop-off or air bleeders.
Camber will be checked with level 1” max on camber at any wheel without driver.
Fuel cell is optional but highly recommended and Fuel cell/tank and battery must have extra secure straps.
Regular pump fuel only, No racing gas, E-85 or avgas allowed. No additives or cooling devices allowed.
Fire extinguisher with gauge mandatory and Fire suit, gloves and helmet with neck collar mandatory. Shoes are recommended.
See General Rules
Computer claiming rules: $150 must finish on the lead lap and bring cash to tech shed within the allowed time (15 minutes) of the end of the race. Computer will be removed from protested car. Tech will have computer tested. If found illegal the track keeps computer and protester will get his/her money back. If the computer tested is found to be legal, the person claiming the computer will keep said computer and protested party will get money less any money that it may take to test. Refusing a claim you will lose points for the night and 25 point deduction and start 2 weeks in the rear. 2nd offense 2 week suspension and start in the rear for 3 weeks. 3rd offense loss of points for the night and suspension will be for the rest of the season.