NHRA Forms

License Information
Competitors with a dial-in of 9.99 or quicker (4.50 to 6.39 for eight-mile) or 135 MPH or faster (excludes motorcycles) are required to have a valid NHRA Competition License and NHRA Membership.  Categories requiring an NHRA Competition License are as follows but not limited to NHRA Professional categories, Top Alcohol categories, Competition Eliminator, Advanced E.T., Super Comp, Super Gas, certain Super Stock classes as defined by current NHRA rules, Super Street, Top Sportsman, Top Dragster, Snowmobile, ATV, certain Nostalgia TF, Special Fuel E.T. cars and Motorcycles. Click here to download the license and competition number form.  This download also include the NHRA Medical Certificate that must be submitted with an NHRA Competition License or Transfer Application).

Minors (under 18) download this license and competition number form.  This download also include the NHRA Medical Certificate that must be submitted with an NHRA Competition License or Transfer Application).

Note:  All Minor Applications must be printed in COLOR, all RED text must be printed in RED.  If you do not have the capability to print in COLOR please contact your division office to have forms mailed to you.


NHRA Upgrade License Application:  For racers who are upgrading or crossing over into another class.  Minor Upgrade License Application Form.

Note: 
All Minor Applications
must be printed in COLOR, all RED text must be printed in RED.  If you do not have the capability to print in COLOR please contact your division office to have forms mailed to you.


NHRA Transfer License Applications (NOT AVAILABLE TO COMPETITORS HOLDING AN NHRA LICENSE)
This form is ONLY available to competitors who hold an active Competition License from another sanctioning body with a dial-in of 9.99 or quicker (4.50 to 6.39 for eighth-mile) or 135 MPH or faster (excludes motorcycles).  Competitors holding an active NHRA Competition License will need to download the form above.  Click here for the Transfer License Application with Medical Certificate. 

Minors download this form with Medical Certificate. 

Note:  All Minor Applications must be printed in COLOR, all RED text must be printed in RED.  If you do not have the capability to print in COLOR please contact your division office to have forms mailed to you.


Applying for a Competition Number
Competitors with a dial-in slower than 9.99 or slower than 135 MPH a Competition Number and current NHRA Membership are required for participation in any NHRA Divisional or National NHRA Sanctioned event.   The Competition Number Application is for the following but not limited to Super Stock, Super Street, Stock, E.T. Bike, E.T., Snowmobile and ATV categories.

Applicant holds a current state or government issued license beyond a learners permit down load this form. 

Applicant does not hold a current state or government issued license beyond a learners permit down load this form.

Minor Applicant holds a current state or government issued license beyond a learners permit down load this form. 

Minor Applicant does not hold a current state or government issued license beyond a learners permit down load this form.


Renewing your NHRA License
Click here to download the license renewal form
License can not have expired more than 12 months.


NHRA JDRL License and Physical Form:  down load applications.

All JDRL Applications must be printed in COLOR, all RED text must be printed in RED.  If you do not have the capability to print in COLOR please contact your division office to have forms mailed to you.

 

NHRA Rulebook & Revisions


As a racer, you'll rely on it. As a fan, you'll love it, because it brings you inside the highly technical world of NHRA drag racing like nothing else can. Every year, NHRA shares its secrets and makes its complete rules available to the public for every class from Top Fuel to the E.T. brackets. If you're a serious fan or a potential racer, this book is for you. Full-color paperback cove.

Click here to purchase a rulebook from NHRA!

Once the rule book is publish, rule revisions start immediately.  Keep up to date with the latest revisions by clicking here.

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Track Rules




We are following the NHRA Rulebook closely; any clarifications or additions to the NHRA Rulebook are listed below. All o
ther General & Race Regulations will be directly referenced from the NHRA Rulebook. To further enhance your racing experience, take the time to read and
understand these rules as well as the NHRA Rulebook. As always, the Race Director's Interpretation of all Rules will be Final. 
(Rules Revised July 1, 2014)

1)  General ACCEL Points Series Event Information
     a)  Racetrack Information:
           i)  1/4 mile in length with a 1/2-mile shutdown area.

     b)  Gates Opening Time:
           i)  8:00 AM
     c)  2014 Scheduled ACCEL Points Meet Dates:

          i)  April 26
          ii)  May 3, 10, 24, 31
          iii)  June 7, 28
          iv)  July 26
          v)  August 9
          vi)  September 6, 20
    d)  Admission Fees:
          i)    Quick Time Super Pro, Lakewood Pro, Wiseco/Cycle Tech Super Bike Car & Driver $30.00
          ii)   Accel Sportsman delivered on time by TFC Transportation Car & Driver $20.00
          iii)  Bear Motorsports Junior Dragster Car & Driver $20.00
          iii)  Lakewood Stock Car & Driver $15.00
          iv)  Adult Crew $15.00
          v)  Child (6-12) $5.00
    e)  Race Time Schedule:
          i)  Juniors
               (1)  Time Trials         9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
               (2)  Eliminations    10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
          ii)  Super Pro, Pro, Sportsman, Superbike, and Stock
                (1)  Time Trials      12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
                (2)  Eliminations      6:00 PM – Finished
     f)  Special NHRA Racing Programs:
          i)  Summit Racing Equipment NHRA "King-Of-The-Track" - June 28, 2014

              (1)  Class winners will run-off for the title of Summit Racing Equipment
                     NHRA "King-Of-The-Track" and NHRA Wally!
          ii)   National Dragster Challenge - August 9, 2014
               (1)  Each class winners will receive an NHRA Wally at Night Under Fire presented by Kelly Services!
          iii)  Junior Dragster Racing League Challenge - June 7, 2014
                (1)  Each class winner will receive an NHRA Walley.

2)  Finish Line Club:
     a)  You must be a member to receive weekly points and be eligible to compete at either the NHRA

          Summit Racing Series Division 3 E.T. Finals or the NHRA JDRL Eastern Conference Finals.
     b)  One FLC Membership is needed for each class you wish to accumulate points in.
     c)  Points are not retroactive. You must be a member prior to or before you leave that night to receive
          points for rounds won.
     d)  Each FLC Membership will have one (1) designated driver.
     e)  Required Series Stickers
          i)  Required Finish Line Club contingency’s stickers must be in place before first round of the day

              you join points.
              (1)  Required Placement ACCEL Super Series  decal location:
                    (a)  All stickers must be in a visible from a front ¾ photographic angle at starting line,
                          left and right sides.
                    (b)  Dragsters
                          (i)  In Line with drivers shoulder
                    (c)  Door Car
                          (i)  Between and above the front spindle and rear axle centerlines
                    (d)  Motorcycle
                          (i)  On Rear fender cowling past rider, swing arm and or wheelie bar mounted logo plate
               (2)  Required Series Decals
                     (a) ACCEL Super Series
                     (b) NHRA North Central Division Team Finals decal

                     (b) The McIlvain Race Cars Tournament of Champions
                     (c)  R&R Auto Body 'Paint My Ride' (Only required if competitor wishes to compete in the 'Paint My Ride' program)
     f)  Contingency Program:
          i)  Many
different products supporting our winner’s and runner-up’s
          iii)  Go to http://summitmotorsportspark.com/index.php/for-racers/contingency-program for a
                complete list of Summit Motorsports Park contingency sponsors and details on sticker / Proof of
                   purchase requirements.
          iv)  Stickers are available at Customer Service on the Budweiser Side.
     g)  Points:
          i)  You may earn points in more than one (1) class.  However, you must have an FLC Membership

               for each class you wish to earn points in.
          ii)  You may enter more than one (1) class at the same event.  However, you must have a separate
               vehicle for each class you wish to enter.
          iii)  Points accumulation
               (1)  One point per round won is accrued.
               (2)  The driver will earn points, not the vehicle.
               (3)  Points will accumulate in the class they are earned and are NOT transferable to
                     another class.
               (4)  Ties will be broken by:  most feature wins, most R/U, most semi-final appearances, furthest
                      in eliminations, number of race appearances, run-off, or flip of the coin.
     h)  FLC Permanent Numbers:
         
i)   Numbers will be available on a first come, first served basis.

          ii)   Numbers available are 1 – 9999 with the following exceptions:  #1 – 4 reserved for the 4 Class
                    Champions (SP, Pro, Sportsman, SB)
          iii)  No duplicates will be allowed.
          iv)  Drivers with permanents numbers, will be accommodated if possible, but these guidelines must
                    be followed.
      i)  Bracket Finals
         
i)  The Team of Champions will be comprised of the top 32 racers

              (1)  Nine (9) Super Pro
              (2)  Nine (9) Pro
              (3)  Nine (9) Sportsman
              (4)  Five (5) super bike.
      j)  Junior Dragster Eastern Conference Finals
          i)  The Junior Team of Champions will be comprised of the top 30 racers

              (1)  Six (6) Novice,
              (2)  Twelve (12) Intermediate
              (3)  Twelve (12) Advanced
              (4)  Each team member will received a team shirt and a FREE entry to the Eastern Conference
                     Finals at Bristol.

3) 
ACCEL Super Series Classes
     a)  Classes:
         
i)  Adult:
              (1)  All Adult Classes are ¼ Mile (Track length may be changed by Event Director)

              (2)  Quick Time Super Pro (SP)
                    (a)  7:00 to 11:99
              (3)  Lakewood Pro (Pro)
                    (a)  8:00 to 13.99
                    (b)  No dragsters or altereds in Pro or Sportsman
              (4)  Accel Sportsman delivered on time by TFC Tranportation (Spt)
                    (a)  12:00 to 19.99
                    (b)  No dragsters or altereds in Pro or Sportsman
              (5)  Wiseco / Cycle Tech Super Bike (SB)
                    (a)  7:50 to 15:99
              (6)  Hayes Stock (Stk)
                    (a)  Any Dial
                    (b)  Vehicle must be Street Legal
                    (c)  Gold, Silver and Bronze medals will be awarded
          ii) Junior Dragster
             
(1)  Junior Dragster Classes are ran on the 1/8th Mile

              (2)  Bear Motorsports Junior Dragster Novice presented by Wiseco (JDN)
                    (a)   8-9 Yrs. old 11:90 and Slower
              (3)  Bear Motorsports Junior Dragster Intermediate presented by Wiseco (JDI)
                    (a)  10 -12 Yrs. old 8.90 and Slower
              (4)  Bear Motorsports Junior Dragster Advanced presented by Wiseco (JDA)
                    (a)  13 -18 Yrs. old 7.90 and Slower
                    (b)  Cars that do not have an NHRA JD Advanced cert are restricted to 8.90 or slower

4)  General Class Rules:
    
a)  General and Safety
         
i)  Summit Motorsports Park follows  the NHRA Rulebook closely:

          ii)  Any clarifications or additions to the NHRA Rulebook are listed below.
               (1)  All other General & Race Regulations will be directly referenced from the NHRA Rulebook.
          iii)  To further enhance your racing experience, take the time to read and understand these rules
                as well as the NHRA Rulebook.
          iv)  As always, the Race Director's Interpretation of all Rules will be Final.
     b)  Double Entry Policy:
         
i)  One driver per vehicle during eliminations. No sharing (or changing) vehicles once eliminations

              have begun. A car MAY NOT be entered in Super Pro and Pro at the same Event.
     c)  Time Trials:
          i)  Will be pulled from lanes in the following manner:

               (1)  Cars in lanes 1,3,5,7,9,11 will Time Trial in the Summit (left lane)
               (2)  Cars in lanes 2,4,6,8,10,12 will Time Trial in the Budweiser (right lane)
     d)  Backups:
          i)  Are not permitted by any car 12.00 or slower. A backup to align your car, or avoid questionable

              track conditions, is up to the Starter's discretion but NO REHEATING TIRES!
          ii) Cars or bikes (0-11.99) are permitted "1" backup.
     e)  Random Pairings:
          i)  A track official will direct cars into the staging lanes. During eliminations, they will, under the

               Official’s direction, be ordered to alternate lanes to achieve random pairings.
      f)  Numbering:
         
i)  Vehicles in the final 4 rounds (9-16 cars) will be numbered.

      g) Bye Runs:
         
i)  Will be chosen at random from the tower and announced over the P.A. prior to the start of

               each round.
          ii)  If an odd number of vehicles compete then that driver will receive the bye run.
          iii)  Once cars are numbered the byes will be chosen in the staging lanes using cards.
       h) Ready Line:
          i)  A driver must be ready to race when at ready line.  If vehicle or driver is not ready to race head of staging will give 30 seconds to be in the burn out box.  At that time the starter will motion car that is ready to the line and a single run will be made.

      i) Staging:
          i)  A reasonable amount of time will be permitted for drivers to stage.

          ii)  The time limit will be determined at the sole and absolute discretion of the official starter.
          iii)  Failure to stage upon the starter’s instructions is possible grounds for disqualification.
          iv)  After proper staging and receiving the starter’s signal to go, restaging for a second time
                 is prohibited.
          v)  Any driver leaving the starting line before the start system is activated; including a driver on a
                single run will have his or her time disqualified for the run.
      j)  Junior Dragster Staging:
          i)  Crewmembers are prohibited from touching the car after it is pre-staged.

          ii)  Crewmembers touching the car once it is pre-staged will result in an immediate car
                disqualification.
          iii)  Pullbacks in the case of over staging are not permitted.
      k)  Deep Staging:
          
i)  Is allowed but not guaranteed, if you are staging deep you should do it in a timely fashion.

           ii)  A “missed” deep stage by the starter is not grounds for a re-run.
      l)  Prize Money:
           
i)  Prize money is to be picked up by the end of each night.

            ii)  Photo Id is required
            iii)  Prize Money is available at Budweiser Guest Services (North end of Quarter Mile Clothing
                  Company)
      m)  Scoreboards:
           i)  Are unofficial and for your convenience.

           ii)  The tower clocks are official and will be final should a discrepancy occur.
      n)  Delay Boxes or any Delay Device:
            i)  Are allowed in Super Pro & Super Bike only. Delay Boxes are not allowed (in or on the vehicle) in

                 Pro, Sportsman, Stock or any entry-level class. The Display of engine RPM is prohibited on all
                 models.  Wiring from the Tach to the Delay Box is also prohibited. In the future, certain
                 multi-function delay boxes may be deemed illegal due to timer functions.
            ii)  Cross Talk will be utilized in Super Pro and Super Bike.
      o)  Traction Control:
           i)  Any type of traction-control device, electronic or mechanical, is prohibited. A traction-control

                 device is any unit or system that uses live data to control functions of the vehicle, such as
                 tire slip, which are not controlled by the driver. These devices are, but not limited to, timing
                 control based on wheel, driveline, or engine acceleration, braking control, throttle control,
                 tire-shake meters, vertical acceleration meters, misfire control, stutter box, relays, time
                 to location, GPS to location devices and/or rpm activated chips.
      p)  Data Recorders:
           i)  Data Recorders are permitted in Super Pro ONLY!

      q)  Throttle Stops & Air Throttles: 
           i)  Throttle Stops & Air Throttles are allowed in Super Pro, Super Bike only as a Starting Line

               Launch Control and not as a "Down Track" Throttle Stop. Orifice control blocks in the pneumatic
               lines are permitted as long as the throttle moves to wide open, without hesitation, upon launch of
               the vehicle.
               (1)  Are not allowed in Pro, Sportsman, Stock, or any "entry level" class.
           ii)  A fixed mechanical throttle stop, that cannot be adjusted or overridden, while the car is in motion,
                is allowed in all classes.
           iii)  Nitrous timers ARE permitted in SP, & SB. May not use any other timers to control any other
                 down track functions, in any class.
      r)  Trans Brakes, 2-Steps, Line Locks and Air / Electric Shifters:
            i)  Allowed in Super Pro, Pro, & SB only!

            ii)  Not allowed in Sportsman, Stock, or any "entry level" classes.
            iii)  Pro class, Air / Electric shifters must utilize a preset rpm-activated switch – no timers allowed.
            iv)  RPM switch adjustment must be out of drivers reach when racing.
      s)  Line Loc:
           i)  Allowed in SP, SB, Pro, Spts

              (1)  A single line-loc may be used on non-drive wheels only in Sportsman class.
      t)  Ignition:
           i)  Ignitions that have timing event recording capabilities are only allowed in Super Pro.

           ii) Ignitions used in Pro that have timing event recording capabilities must have the memory chip
                (card) removed from assembly and the ignition box must be out of the drivers reach.
           iii)  If an ignition has a built in Tattle Tale lighting system the LED light MUST work, if light is not
                 functional during a spot check, official will rule box as an electronics policy infraction.
           iv)  MSD 7761 is not legal in ANY Mr. Gasket Super Series Class.
           v)  All CAN-Bus hubs and ignition system input peripherals, leads and wires must be out of drivers
                reach.
           vi)  WILLFUL VIOLATION of any "Electronics" rule has the possibility of a
                 LIFETIME SUSPENSION! Subject to final decision by Summit Motorsports Park
                 Management

5) 
Pit and Grounds Information:
      a)  Pit Vehicles:
           i)  Speed limit for cars, bikes, quads, carts, etc. traveling in the pit area is 10 miles per hour.

           ii)  Pit Vehicles must be driven in a safe and responsible manner.
           iii)  Pit Vehicles MUST be driven by a licensed driver 16 years or older.
           iv)  Pit Vehicles MUST yield to race vehicles at all times.
           v)  Racers may be held accountable for the conduct of their crew, per the NHRA Rulebook.
      b)  Tent and Canopy Staking:
           i)  Staking is not permitted on the Budweiser Side of the Race Track.

           ii)  We ask for everyone’s cooperation in this manner.  Fines May be administrated.
      c)  Fires:
           i)  Budweiser Side

                (1)  Fires must be contained in an elevated fire containment system as to not harm the asphalt or
                       grass.
                (2)  All unconsumed combustibles must be cleaned up after event.
                (3)  No Burning of trash, wood only
           ii)  Summit Side:
                (1)  Fire rings must be used on non-asphalt surfaces.
                (2)  All unconsumed combustibles must be cleaned up after event.
                (3)  An elevated fire containment system must be used over asphalted areas.
                (4)  No Burning of trash, wood only
      d)  Extension Cords:
           i)  No extension cords can be ran across the roadways, nor can they be run overhead.

   
2014 Track Rules in a PDF format

DSM/EVO Shootout



What beauties will captivate this car show?

NORWALK, Ohio -- Last week was crazy, wasn’t it?

Crazy weather and dew point drama canceled our highly anticipatedfinale Wednesday $7 Fun Night atSummit Motorsports Park inNorwalk, Ohio.

But wait! We rescheduled the finale for crazy fun this Wednesday. 

Can’t wait to see who will show up! It’s $7 to race or watch. Super Stock fee is $20. Gates open at 5 p.m. Time trials begin at 5:30 p.m. and eliminations launch at 8:30 p.m.


Cobra Jet preparing for flight.

Also last weekend the ADRLescorted in racing teams from across the nation for the quickest, toughest, craziest heads up racing anywhere!

We saw you Wednesday $7 Fun Night racers at the ADRL. Yeah!

The good news is, because Wednesday is a bracket race, you don’t have to pilot the fastest wheels on the planet -- like Eric McKinney, Dave Roemer, Larry Jeffers, Robert Rahaim, Alex Hossler, and Billy Glidden -- to collect win lights and have fun!

You don’t even need a friendly pet parrot who cheers.


Steve Supeck brings friends for extra fun!

Those guys think 3.7-second elapsed times on the eighth mile is normal.

What do your E.T. slips say?

We think 30-second Suburbans, quads and pit bikes are normal. At least they’re a great place to start!

This week also opens up a Friday Test N’ Tune! The Cost is $12 to race or watch. Gates open at 5 p.m. Test from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.

If you happen to be paired with something Pro Nitrous, don’t worry. Just run your own game. It’s a test and tune.

Bear Motorsports Junior Dragsters presented by American Race Cars Big Bond Shootout.

A $1,500 U. S. Savings Bond beacons October 6, 2012 the points leaders in each of three classes in the Bear Motorsports Junior Dragsters presented by American Race Cars.

The top eight points earners in each class -- Novice, Intermediate, and Advanced-- race to a class winner.

Class winners run off for the grand prize, the $1,500 U.S. Savings Bond. The runner-up receives a $1,000 bond; the semi-finalist, a $750 bond.

Each class runner up receives a $250 bond.

The Bear Motorsports Junior Dragsters presented by American Race Cars Big Bond Shootout contends during the Detroit Iron All Ford Nationals at Summit Motorsports Park.

So we’ll have twice the fun!

Gates open at 9 a.m. Junior Dragster time trials are at 11 a.m. and noon; eliminations, 1 p.m.

Detroit Iron All Ford Nationals kicks off Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012

Did you hear the chorus of Ford Cobra Jets last weekend in the Supercar Showdown at the Summit Racing Equipment ADRL Ohio Drags VI presented by Mickey Thompson?

Can they sing!

Not bad on the eighth mile, either.

This weekend we intend to find out what the rest of the Ford family packs under the hood and how they mash it on the track.

Race classes include:
* Fast Ford, Super Pro rules, 7:00 to 11:99. Fee is $25 for car and driver. Winner receives $1,000 and an engraved gold medal; Runner-up receives $500 and an engraved silver medal; Semi-finalist, $150; Quarter-finalist, $40.
* Quick Ford, Pro rules, 8:00 to 13:99. Fee is $25 for car and driver. Winner receives $1,000 and an engraved gold medal; Runner-up receives $500 and an engraved silver medal; Semi-finalist, $150; Quarter-finalist, $40.
* Street Ford, No open headers, no slicks, no electronics, any dial. Fee is $15 for car and driver. Winner receives an engraved gold medal; Runner-up, engraved silver medal; Semi-finalist, engraved bronze medal.

Best Appearing awards include:
* Best Appearing of Show.
* Best Engineered of Show.
* Best Appearing Fast Ford.
* Best Appearing Quick Ford.
* Best Appearing Street Ford.

Gates open at 9 a.m. Time Trials begin at 10 a.m. Eliminations, 3 p.m.

On Saturday, Adult Admission costs $15; admission for children ages 6-12 is $5; Children ages five and younger are admitted for free.

Free camping Friday and Saturday.

For information call Summit Motorsports Park at 419-668-5555.


Basic Wednesday $7 Fun Night information:

This Wednesday is $7 Fun Night at Summit Motorsports Park at 1300 State Route 18 in Norwalk, Ohio.


The cost is $7 to race or watch. Children ages 6-12 are admitted for $3. Those racing in the Super Stock class pay a $20 racing fee.


Nightly prizes and awards include trophies to class winners, runners-up and semi-finalists except Super Stock.


The Super Stock winner receives $100, runner-up receives $50 and semi-finalists, $20.


Classes and basic rules include:

• High School – Ages 16, 17, and 18 with no electronics.
• Truck and Van – Trucks and vans only with no electronics.
• Motorcycle – Any two-wheel vehicle, sleds welcome, air shifters permitted.
• Stock – No electronics, no slicks, no open headers.
• Modified Stock – Three or more wheels, no electronics.
• Super Stock – Trans brake, two-step and line lock permitted, slicks and open headers OK.

Gates open at 5 p.m., time trials begin at 5:30 p.m and eliminations launch at 8:30 p.m.

Don’t just talk about your muscle ride. Bring it to the track! Collect E.T. slips and win lights. This is a great place to race the friends you’ve made this season, a great place to go fast.

 

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