General Rules for vehicle Preparation & Racing

No Tire Gluing Allowed

Track Gluing by track owner only


All chassis must have beveled pans to protect track surface from gouging.

Must be a 90 degree inline configuration
Chassis may be constructed using any material.
Cars will have a minimum of .055” ground clearance.
Chassis cannot be visible or protrude past the body perimeter when viewed from above or through the drivers compartment. Visible chassis parts must be painted black or darkened as not to show.
Either oilites or ball bearings are legal  for axles unless stated otherwise.

All four tires must touch and roll on the track.
All tires will have black sidewalls
No tire will have less than ¾” diameter.
When viewed from above, tires maky not extend beyond the widest part of the wheel opening , when the chassis is at its center of lateral movement.
Front wheels must not be partially hidden by the front or rear edges of the stock  front  wheel well. (This  does not include the top of the well.)

Guide flags must not extend  past the foremost part of the body when viewed from above.
All cars will have a painted, detailed driver to scale. Interior cockpit tray must conceal the whole chassis.
All cars will be painted. (clear coat does not count) and numbered in at least three places. Numbers will be at least ½” tall.
All bodies will begin races intact and complete, with no missing parts Bodies will have front and rear windows.
Replacement windows other than stock are not allowed.
Bodies may not be stretched or modified  to fit the chassis.
Bodies may not have material moved unless specified in the Modification section of the class.
General Motor Rule

Any D can motor up to and including S16D open large arm for any class. Stock falcon may also be ran. No shunting, no shimming. Arm must be labeled. No outlaw unlabeled american arms.

Sealed Motors

Super 16D  Parma #502, ProSlot # PS2003, PS2002, Parma 16D #501, Hawk 7 are allowed in those classes that require a factory seal.
Motor brushes and springs may be  adjusted or replaced.
No shunts allowed
Open Motors:

Only Super 16D  set-ups allowed.
Super 16D Arms allowed
No Rewinding or Dewinding allowed
No shimming magnets
Replacement magnets allowed- no cobalt or neo magnets allowed
Ball bearings and oilites allowed in either end of  motor.
Blueprinting allowed
No shunts
OSCAR General Racing Rules


No tire changes until first heat is completed
After tire change,  car must be re-teched to .055” clearance
Body Parts:

Body parts dislodged during a race must be re-attached during the next pit stop. Failure to do so will result in disqualification.
Iron Men


The front of the car can be teched with the guide either on the flat part of the block or in the recess. All wheels must touch the ground and chassis have proper clearance.

Late Model Nascar

Scale:   1/24th-1/25 th

Years:  1980 to Present

Bodies: Replica of an American made “NASCAR” sedan no ASA cars

Drivers: Vacuformed or resin cast

Body height: 1/24th bodies shall not be less than 1 7/8” tall measured from ½” behind the windshield at the center of the roofline to the bottom of the chassis (air dams excluded) 1/25th excluded from this rule but must not be lowered at all.

Modifications: Bodies may be  trimmed to remove part of the front spoiler and side air dams (to stock valence  height for proper track clearance

Motors: Open Super 16D


Motors:  Hawk 7 or Falcon 7

Chassis: Any configuration, (inline, angle winder, sidewinder) Homemade or commercial. Chassis may be as wide as body will allow without stretching

Gears: Gear is NOT subject to tech clearance

Clearance: .055” back, .047” Front at beginning  of race

Wheels- Front- 7/8” diameter min.  ¼” width min.

Wheels- Rear-  .900” min. diameter. up to .800” max. width

Bodies must have roll bar, 3D driver and 3D cockpit

Bodies: Bodies may be as thin as .010’.

All bodies must resemble a CanAm or Prototype race car from the body list.

If you have a body you would like to add to the list, bring it to a race and let everybody see it.

The following list of bodies is allowed.


Lotus 40, MacLaren M8B, McKee,

Porsche 908R, TI22, TI22 short,

Porsche 917, BRM P154, Mirage M2

Porsche 908 (cp), Ferrari 330 P4, McLaren MK6,

Lola T70, Porsche 917 (cp)


Ferrari 712, Shadow, Ferrari P4

Matich, Ferrari 612, Porsche 917

Ferrari 312 P, McLaren MK6, Chevron B16


Chaparrals 2G, 2E, 2C 2J, Cooper, Elfin 66  & 68,

Ferrari 166P, Ferrari 330P2 and P2RK, Ferrari 350P4

Ferrari 312 P Spyder, Ford GT Roadster, Ford GTX1

Ford Genie, Ford Honker, Hussein 1, P, and D, Lola T70 RK and Chevy, Lola T70 MK3, Lotus 40, McLaren II RK, MGA, M8A, Plymouth Special

Production Sports Cars

Scale 1/24th , 1/25th

Years: Open

Bodies: Any Production Sports Car Body that does not exceed 3.25” in width

Drivers: Vacuformed or resin cast

Roll bar required for roadsters

Body height: Configuration and roofline must be production stock

Modifications: Trimming of the lower valence is allowed for proper guide,flag clearance. At least 1/16th must be left in place at the bottom of the air intakes

Motors: Parma 501 or 502, Proslot PS2002 or PS2003, Hawk 7


Thanks for posting these! Looks like I can probably get something together for Can Am pretty easy. Nascar might be a little harder!



Rules updated to include Production Sports Car Class.