22. Any cast iron block, no aluminum blocks. No more than 360 cubic inches, +1%. Mopar 360 engine only
a .030 overbore. Any cylinder head, cast iron or aluminum allowed. May be used as cast or ported.
Methanol fuel only, no gasoline. No additives other than top end lube. No nitromethane. May use steel
wheels, or aluminum. No plastic or carbon fiber wheels. Bead locks highly recommended.
23. May use fuel injection or carburetor. Fuel injection: any size up to 2 1/2 inch throttle bore. Anything
larger than a 2 1/2 inch bore requires a reducer stack. Must have fuel shut off from tank to the pump for
the safety workers in the event of fire, crash or roll over.
24. All fuel tanks will be of the bladder type. Must be securely mounted to the frame.
25. Throttle linkage will have two return springs, one on the pedal and one at the fuel injection throttle shaft.
Cable control throttles will be of the Morse cable type. Positive push pull cable only. No pull only
26. Must have approved safety belts. No old relics for safety belts. Subject to inspection. Must pass tech at
race track, no more than three year old belts.
27. No tire rule this year. May have a tire rule in the future. SCONE drivers and owners will have input for
any future tire rules.
28. All cars will have MUFFLERS no exceptions. Mufflers will be one of the following: Dyno max 24216
bullet style muffler, or ASCS Schoenfeld 112535. The vortex cone style muffler will be accepted as a
muffler. Mufflers will be securely fastened to the header. (weld, bolt).
29. Must have proper safety equipment (Snell approved helmet, fire suit, gloves, arm restraints, shoes, fire
retardant underwear). A neck support, or collar will be mandatory.
30. Any sprint car chassis will be allowed, must be a sprint car.
31. Top wings are mandatory with exceptions (helps in a crash). No larger than 25 sq.ft.(5x5) Side panels
will be no larger than 30 inches x 72 inches. Support braces will be within the 30x72 dimension. May
use hydraulic wing adjuster, front to back adjustments on the top wing only. In the event of a crash, car
may finish the night out without a top wing (good luck). Nose wings will be 6 sq. ft., side panels for
nose wing 12 in. tall max.
32. Car numbers will be displayed on the top wing side panels and center of the wing surface. Also numbers
will be on each side of the fuel tank, visible from the rear of the car. Cars will have nesprintcars.com on
leading edge of top wing. The vinyl graphics will be supplied to the car owner free of charge. Numbers
will highly contrasting in color, 3 inches wide and 18 inches tall, minimum size. No duplicate numbers
or letters added to the duplicate number if you are racing with SCoNE for the season. Call the race
director to check on number availability.
33. No computer controlled devices, no traction control,(right foot works real well here).
34. Must have working brakes at all times.
35. Must have full fire wall between the driver and the engine compartment,(floor board to the bottom of the
hood). Holes in the firewall should be kept to a minimum amount.
36. There will be a shock claim rule for SCoNE.
The rule is as follows: The shocks on the car at the end of the feature will be subject to the shock
claim rule. Drivers must finish the feature and pass under the checkered flag to claim any shocks.
Drivers must find the designated official to state their claim on a competitor shock or shocks.
Drivers have twenty minutes from the checkered flag in the feature to make their claim on a
competitor shock. More than twenty minutes after the checkered flag, there will be no claim done.
Drivers will have payment for claimed shock or shocks at time of claim. Only the shocks on the car
after the feature are subject to the claim. Competitor must leave feature race shocks on the car until
the claim time expires. (twenty minutes). If a competitor is found replacing shocks before the claim
time is up, subject to a $50.00 fine. Drivers that refuse to follow through with the claim on their
shocks will be fined $200.00. Fine to be paid before competitor can race with SCoNE. Any driver
that races for SCoNE for the first time will NOT be subject to the claim rule if from another series.
The next time same competitor races with SCoNE will be subject to the claim rule. The cost of the
claim on the shock will be $300.00 each. Shock or shocks claimed, must be used by competitor
making claim the following race meet. Failure to use claimed shock or shocks will be subject to
37. Any rules not covered in the above text are subject to the track rules where we race. We will follow any
track safety rules not covered in the above text.
Notes:Racers keep it simple. We are not racing for a lot of money here.
Some of the rules have been copied from the 2007 ESS rulebook.