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Monday Demolition Derby Rules and Classes 2018

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MEDINA COUNTY FAIR
MONDAY NIGHT DEMOLITION DERBY
RULES AND CLASSES
JULY 30, 2018 at 7:00pm

Monday Night Demo Derby Application

Printable Version of Rules, click HERE
 
MONDAY CLASSES:
80’s and Newer No Protector: 1st-$3000, 2nd-$1000, 3rd-$750, 4th-$500, 5th-$250
Bone Stock:  1st-$1000, 2nd-$250, 3rd-$100
Sub Compact Cars: 1st-$1000, 2nd-$500, 3rd - $250
Compact Trucks: 1st-$1000, 2nd-$500, 3rd - $250
Power Wheels: everyone gets a medal

Inspection Crew and Flaggers: Twisted Metal Demo Crew

 
*****DRIVER’S ENTRY*****
1. Each Driver must be a licensed driver of at least 16 years of age and (1) Fill out and sign
entry form and (2) Sign a waiver of Liability. The Medina County Fair Board reserves the right
to approve or reject any and all entries.
2. Entry deadlines are JULY 20, 2018 AT 4:00 P.M. Mail entries must be postmarked by July
14, 2018. A $35 entry fee must accompany entry form. (Make checks payable to Medina
County Fair). If entries are made after July 20, 2018, the entry fee is $50.
3. Each entrant will receive one (1) Wristband. They must be put on as you enter through the
gate. Broken wrist bands will be replaced one for one. Deputies will be patrolling the infield
(pit) area and anyone not wearing a wristband will be removed from the pit area. All other
people entering the pits will be required to purchase a wrist band prior to entry in the pits.
4. ALL drivers must supply their own car and have proof of ownership (Title or Bill of Sale)
at time of inspection. (NO PROOF OF OWNERSHIP, NO RUN).
5. One entry per class per driver.
6. NO DRINKING OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES OR CONSUMPTION OF ANY
IMPAIRING SUBSTANCE ON TRACK AND/OR INFIELD. THE MEDINA COUNTY FAIR
RESERVES THE RIGHT TO SEARCH ANY VEHICLE ENTERING THE INFIELD.
7. Any driver not obeying rules will be disqualified.
8. Demolition Derbies are hazardous and a high risk sport. Neither the Fairboard nor Track
Officials are responsible for any injuries sustained by driver or pit crew before, during or after
the event.
9. Once on the track, drivers are to answer to the Presiding Track Official or Officials.
10. Inspection of the cars will start at 2:00pm the day of the Demo Derby and will END at 6:00
p.m. We will have out of county inspectors doing inspection in an INSPECTION AREA where
only authorized people are allowed. All cars that pass inspection will be given a “stick” and put
in their heat line. No vehicles other than derby cars are permitted in the same area as the heat
lines.
11. ANY CAR NOT HAULED OFF THE FAIR GROUNDS BY 12:00 NOON, THE DAY AFTER
THE RESPECTIVE DERBY, WILL BECOME THE PROPERTY OF THE MEDINA COUNTY
FAIR. THE DRIVER WILL BE SUSPENDED FROM ALL DERBIES AT THE MEDINA
COUNTY FAIR FOR A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR.
 
Inspection
 
1. Only the driver will be permitted with each entry into the inspection area. NO SPECTATORS PERMITTED.
2. Each entry will ONLY be permitted one additional attempt through the inspection area. Build your vehicles to the rules! NO REFUNDS will be awarded for illegal entries.
3. All entries will be required to open hoods in the inspection area
4. All entries must be inspected 1 hour prior to show time. If vehicle is not in inspection line 1 hour before show starts, a $50.00 fee will be added to participate.
 
Safety
 1. Remove ALL glass, fiberglass, headlights, taillights, trim, interior, trailer hitches, etc. Vehicles must be swept clean. No junk tires, wheels, metal parts, etc. allowed.
2. All rear seats and flooring decking must be removed. Any sharp or protruding fins must be cut off the vehicle.
3. Standard safety belts, Z-90 approved helmet, and eye protection (face shield or safety glasses) are required. Neck braces highly recommended. Fire retardant suits, clothing, or hood is recommended. No shorts or shirtless drivers will be permitted.
4. Exhaust (either zoomies or headers) must point away from fuel lines and headers must be straight in the air.
5. All hoods must have a square hole directly cut above the carb. All hood and deck lid latches must be removed.
6. Firewalls may not be totally removed. If holes are cut for clearance purposes, the holes must be covered by something fireproof. If patched with metal, the metal must not be thicker than 16 gauge.
7. No spray devises or cans permitted in the vehicle.
8. All vehicles must have dependable brakes at all times.
9. Stock gas tanks must be removed from the original position. A replacement tank must be securely fastened in the rear section (no farther forward than the back of the front seat) of the driver's compartment. Steel gas tanks or Neoprene construction approved tanks may be used. No original tanks permitted. Gas tank must be securely fastened by means other than ratchet straps or wire. Tanks must be securely bolted to the floor. Tanks must be covered in a fireproof fashion. Any vehicle that spills gas will be disqualified immediately. Gas tank protectors maybe used must have a gap between the rear deck.
10. Electric fuel pumps are permitted, but the switch must be CLEARLY marked ON/OFF.
11. Stock batteries must be removed from the original position. A battery must be located in the driver’s compartment and securely fastened to the floor. The battery must be covered.
12. No profanity will be permitted on any vehicle.
 
80’s & Newer No Protector Class rules
ENGINE:
• Full engine cradles, distributor protectors, header protectors, carburetor protectors, mid-engine plates, skid-plates
are NOT permitted. Oil pans may be plated, but must remain within 1-in. of original size.
• Only a lower/front engine cradle and pulley protector is permitted. May not reinforce or strengthen the car in any way. Must be a minimum of 1-in. from sway bar.
• Engine swaps are permitted (Ford to GM, GM to Chrysler, etc). Engines must be mounted to the factory Kmember/cradle only. Aftermarket engine mounts are permitted.
• Stacks/Headers are permitted. Electrical components may be bypassed with mechanical.
• May weld, wire, bolt or chain the engine mounts to the K-member only. No chains to frame rails.
• 2003 and newer fords may have fabricated engine mounts on each side of the frame. The mounts may be 6-in. maximum length along frame. Maximum material thickness is ¼ inch. The fabricated mounts may only be attached/welded to a single side of the frame (inside, top OR bottom). The fabricated mounts on the driver and passenger sides of the frame may NOT connect to each other, and must be separated by at least 4-inches. The fabricated mounts may only be attached to the factory aluminum cradle engine mounts holes. The factory aluminum cradle must remain in factory location and may NOT be reinforced or strengthen in any way. No adding of any metal or aluminum to, or around the factory cradle other than specified above.
TRANSMISSON:
• Aftermarket shifters and transmission coolers ARE permitted. Cooler boxes and fans may be bolted to body OR cage (not both). Cooler lines and cooler must be covered to protect driver from rupture.
• Cooler boxes and fans may not be connected to any of the body bolts or hardware. May not be used to strengthen car in any way.
• Slider/telescoping driveshafts ARE permitted.
• Transmission protectors, transmission braces, aftermarket bellhousings (steel or aluminum), aftermarket tailshafts, skid plates are NOT permitted. Oil pans may be plated but must remain within 1-in. of original size.
• Maximum 2”x 2” transmission cross member or stock cross member may be used. Fabricated cross members must run straight across frame. A mounting bracket can be welded to center frame section, not to exceed 6-in. maximum length.
REAR-END:
• Any factory 5-lug automotive/passenger car rear-end housing is permitted. Pinion brakes ARE permitted. Internals, gears and axles may be or upgraded. Rearend housing may NOT be reinforced in any way.
• Rear-end braces, aftermarket axle tubes/housings, axle protectors, oversized bearing ends or any other housing reinforcement is NOT permitted.
• Stock-like trailing arm brackets and coil spring perches may be welded onto a non-coil spring rearend for mounting purposes only. May not be used to strengthen rearend.
• 98 and newer Fords watts rearend conversion is permitted. Watts conversion brackets are permitted. Trailing arms may be reinforced or 2x2-in. square tubing. Lower trailing arm frame mounts may be no larger than 4x4-in. welded to the inside (side) of frame. Upper conversion brackets may only attach to package tray of frame and may not be bolted to the body or attached to the frame rails in any way. Brackets must be 3-in. away from frame rails.
FRAME, SUSPENSION & STEERING:
• FRAME MUST BE 100% STOCK. Tilting, cold bending, plating, seam welding, reshaping of frame is NOT
permitted. Only modifications stated below are permitted.
• 2003 and newer fords are permitted. Must have factory (to that car) front a-arms, aluminum cradle, steering rack and pinion, brackets and hardware. The aluminum spindles may be changed to another 80’s and newer, passenger
car spindle. To do this, ball joints may need to be changed. Follow rules below.
• No aftermarket, low friction or screw-in style ball joints permitted. Must be an OEM stock or stock equivalent 80’s and newer components. Ball joints may be welded in place, attachment of the ball joint to the a-arm may only be ½-in. larger than the ball joint.
• Front suspension may be solid. If welded, a maximum 2”x3”x1/4” plate is permitted on front AND rear of each upper A-arm, for a total of (4) 2x3-in. plates per car. No reinforcing of the a-arms.
• Bottom A-arms may not be welded to frame. No tubing or all-thread shocks permitted.
• Must run factory 80’s & newer front suspension and steering components. No aftermarket or reinforced spindles, wheel hubs, a-arms, tie-rods, center link or ball joints.
• Aftermarket steering columns ARE permitted. Aftermarket tie-rod ends, bodies and heim joints are NOT permitted. Steering components must be factory 80’s and newer components. No truck components.
• You may cut/notch/dimple the rear frame rails to help roll. Notched areas may NOT be rewelded.
• Frames may be squared off to mount bumper. Frames may NOT be shortened past the very front side of the original front core support mount. (Lincoln/Mercury frames may be shortened to same length as Crown Victoria frames). No shortening of the rear frame rails.
• Rear suspension may NOT be solid. No all-thread or solid shocks. Must have bounce. Coils spring swap and/or coil spacers are permitted. A limiter strap or chain from rearend to frame may be used to set rear frame height, (no welding of chain or limiter strap to the frame rails).
• Hump plates are NOT permitted. A chain may be attached between the humps/frame to prevent rear frame rails from hitting tires. A single chain link/bracket may be attached/welded/bolted to frame on each side. Attachment area may not exceed 2x2-in. on the frame. Creasing/hammering of the humps IS permitted.
• Bottom of rear bumper & frame must be at least 15-in. off ground.
• Front sway bars may only be attached using the factory brackets/mounts. Absolutely no welding or relocating permitted. Sway bar must be a minimum of 1-in. from engine cradle/pulley protector.
• Leaf sprung cars must have factory/original leaf pack. No inverting of leaf springs or stiffeners. May have a total of (3) clamps per side. Maximum clamp size is 2-in. wide X ¼-inch thickness. No modifications to the hangers, shackles, or frame mounts.
DRIVERS COMPARTMENT:
• May have a 4-point cage around driver’s compartment for safety. Maximum material dimension is 4-in. pipe, square tube, channel, etc. One bar may be located behind the driver’s seat, across dash, and connecting bars along driver and passenger doors. Side bars may NOT be inside of doors.
• The cage bars may be attached to the sheet metal only, with a maximum 8”x8”x1/4” plate. Cage may NOT be attached to frame or floor. No down bars or kickers in any direction. If the cage bars are not welded securely, they must be removed in order to participate. This is a safety concern.
• A roll over bar is permitted. May NOT be attached to frame or floor.
• The bar behind the seat, side bars and roll over bar can be no further back than where the floor steps up for the rear seat area. Anything past will be cut off, including roll over bar.
• A gas tank “HOLDER” is permitted. Holders may be attached to the floor OR cage. The holder and tank
protection may be up to 24-in. wide and must be 5-in. away from ALL sheet metal on ALL cars, including the rear speaker deck and window bar. This rule is to protect the fuel tank, not to prevent the rear of the car from bending.
• Firewall may be cut-out for engine/distributor clearance. The top of the firewall may be welded to the dash bar in two locations, using 2x2-in. tubing/angle/pipe. This is to support the firewall, if cut for distributor clearance.
• Large holes in the fire wall should be covered for driver protection.
• Floor mounted brake pedals and gas pedals ARE permitted. Must be 5-inches away from body mounts and hardware. May not be used to strengthen car in any way.
 
BUMPER:
• Any year factory automotive bumper may be used on front & rear.
• 03 and Newer Ford, Lincoln, Mercury must have a factory 80’s & newer bumper on the front.
• Front & rear bumpers must be mounted in one of the following two methods.
Option 1: Hardnosed. Bumper may be welded directly to frame. A 8x8x¼-in. plate may be welded to the
frame, and bumper welded to the plate. The 8x8x¼-in. plate must be used between bumper and frame, to attach bumper. NO internal bumper shocks or external shocks/brackets may be used in this method.
Option 2: Bumper may be welded to the bumper shock that is factory to THAT car. Bumper shock may be welded to prevent separating. If collapsed, the back of bumper must be at least 2-in. from the end of the frame. Bumper shock may not be relocated or slide further back into/along the frame. No welding or plug welding of the bumper shock to the sides of the frame. Must be bolted in the factory position using factory hardware. Unibody Chrysler cars can weld the first 2-inches of the bumper shock to the side of the frame.
• NO LOADED BUMPERS. Absolutely no adding of ANY metal to the bumper. Do not cover/plate any of the vent holes or turn signal holes. No modifications to the bumper, shocks or brackets are permitted.
• Front bumpers may be seam welded. External seams only. Absolutely no welding permitted inside of the bumper.
• Ends of the bumpers may be trimmed & capped (1/4-in. thickness max) or folded & welded. Must be able to see into the ends of the bumper. A 2x2-in. hole must be cut into the ends of the bumper if enclosed.
BODY:
• Body swap is permitted. Must remain 80’s & newer and same make. Body panels may be pinged, creased, or hammered. No doubling of body panels.
• Body bolts may be replaced with maximum ½” bolts and 3-in. washer on top of body. Bolted to topside of frame only. A standard washer may be welded to the frame at body mount locations to reduce hole size.
• Factory rubber body mounts, hockey pucks or similar rubber material must be used at each body mount location. Body cannot be bolted directly to frame. If additional body spacing is required for engine/transmission/fan clearance, steel spacers may be used at firewall, must include a rubber mount. No welding of spacers to frame.
• Core support risers ARE permitted. Maximum 2x2-in. material and 6-inches tall. Riser may be welded and/or bolted to original core support frame mount only. Core support riser must STOP at bottom of core support. Riser may not be welded to core support.
• Doors may be bolted, chained, wired or welded in (6) locations per door. If welded, plates to be a maximum of 4”x4”x1/4”. Only the driver’s door may be fully welded/reinforced, may not extend more than 3-in. past driver’s door seams.
• Trunk may be bolted, chained, wired or welded in (10) locations. If welded, plates are to be a maximum of 4”x4”x1/4”. Trunk must be in original position. No V-ing, U-ing, or wedging of the trunk deck. Quarter panels must remain at stock height. Rear half of deck lid may be folded inside, but may not be attached to anything.
• An 8x8-in. inspection hole must be cut in the trunk deck and hood over carburetor. (10) 3/8-in. bolts will be permitted in the hood and trunk deck to bolt skins back together around holes. No welding of inner and outer panels.
• The hood must be wired, chained or bolted. May be secured in (6) locations. Two locations may go through the core support mount to the frame. Maximum 5/8” all thread and 3-in. washers. A 2x2x2x¼-in. angle can be welded to hood and fenders for bolting purposes.
• An air conditioning condenser OR sheet metal, metal mesh, expanded metal, or similar (1/8-in. THICK MAX) may be BOLTED across the front of the core support to help hold radiator in place. Must be located inside of the frame rails only. Anything thicker than 1/8-in. will be removed. No other metal may be added onto, inside or across the core support. AGAIN, ANYTHING THICKER THAN 1/8-INCH WILL BE REMOVED.
• No inner body seam welding for any reason. Only the top of the driver’s door panel may be welded.
• Must have one front window bar, chain, wire to prevent hood from entering driver’s compartment. Can only be attached to top of fire wall/dash bar and the first 6-in. of the roof. Maximum 2x2-in. material.
• May have one rear window bar, chain, or wire. May only be attached to speaker deck and first 6-in. of the roof. Maximum 2”x2” material. May not be attached or connected to roll over bars or gas tank holder/protector.
TIRES/WHEELS:
• Any rubber tire permitted. Wheel weights must be removed before inspection. Doubled tires are permitted.
• No deep lug tractor treads (V-treads), due to safety concerns. (Flying chunks of dirt/mud/debris).
• Stock automotive wheels only. Full wheel centers, wheel protectors, bead locks (inner or outer) are NOT permitted. Small, multi-lug wheel centers are permitted. Valve stem protectors are permitted.
GAS TANK & BATTERY
• Battery must be relocated into the driver’s compartment. Must be securely fastened & covered BEFORE inspection. May be mounted to cage OR floor. Holder may not strengthen car in and way.
• PLASTIC FUEL TANKS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.
• All stock gas tanks MUST be removed from car.
• A metal gas can, boat tank, propane tank, fuel cell, etc may be used. Must be located in the back seat area. All gas tanks must be sealed and vented to outside of vehicle. Electric fuel pump may be used, must have on & off switch clearly marked on the dash.
• ALL FUEL TANKS MUST BE SECURELY FASTENED AND COVERED BEFORE INSPECTION.
FIX-IT-PLATES:
• Fix-it-plates will be allowed on pre-ran cars only. Must have visible and significant damage. (A small dimple or bubble does NOT warrant a fix-it-plate. This is for significant damage only). A pre-ran car should not and will not be harder than a fresh car.
• May have (2) fix-it-plates per side, if needed. Plates to be no larger than 4”x4”x1/8”.
• Must be welded on the outside of the frame. Do not cut open the frame or crush box to weld the fix-it-plate.
• Any fix-it-plates larger in size or thickness will be trimmed to allowable size or removed completely to run. Any questions, CALL FIRST.
• Pulling the front end back down after it has bent up is permitted. Must be pulled down back to factory location. BE CAREFUL! If pulled down to far, it will be considered cold bent or tilted and the fix it plates/welding will be cut in order to run.

 
80’S & NEW BONE STOCK CLASS RULES
This is a bone stock class with minor modifications permitted. Any 1980’s and newer vehicle permitted.
No checker cabs. Select 1977 & Newer models may be permitted if that same model/generation was
manufactured in 1980.
Driveline
• No Engine Swaps. Must run stock engine and driveline components. Engine must be an engine available for that model and generation of car.
• No big or built motors. Electrical components may be replaced with mechanical. (Fuel injection may be
replaced with carburetor). No aftermarket aluminum intakes.
• Aftermarket shifter and headers are permitted.
• No engine, distributor or transmission protectors of any kind. No engine cradles. No heavy duty engine
or transmission mounts. Stock style rubber or similar material must be used. Engine/transmission
mounts may be welded, chained or bolted to respective K-member/transmission cross-member only.
• Stock rearend must be used. May weld rearend to obtain posi traction. Do not swap or reinforce rearend housing. No aftermarket axles. A one piece driveshaft must be used, no sliding/telescoping driveshafts.
• No Ford 9”, Chrysler 8.75, GM 10 or 12 bolt with bolt in axles, these did not come in 1980 and newer
cars.
• No transmission or engine coolers.
• Stock automotive wheels only. A small wheel center may be welded to the wheel for multi-pattern use. No rim protectors, bead locks or other reinforcements permitted. Valve stem protectors are permitted.
• Any tire permitted. Must be air filled. No solid tires.
Interior
• May have a four-point cage to protect the driver. 4-in. maximum dimension. Must be welded securely to sheet metal using a plate no larger than 8x8-in. A roll over bar attached only to cage bar and roof is permitted. May not be attached to frame or floor.
• Original gas tank must be removed and replaced with a metal fuel cell, boat tank, etc. No plastic tanks!
No original tanks! Fuel tank must be located in rear passenger seat area. Fuel cell must be securely
mounted and covered. Fuel tank may be mounted to floor OR to cage bar behind the seat. All mounting
brackets, gas tank protection, must be no wider than 24-inches and must be 5-inches away from ALL
sheet metal.
• Battery must be relocated into driver’s compartment, preferably the passenger floor board area. Must be securely mounted and covered. Only one battery permitted. Must have an ON/OFF switch clearly
marked on the dash for any electric fuel pumps.
• Must run stock steering column and components. The bottom rag joint at the steering box may be
eliminated or replaced.
• Aftermarket/floor mounted gas pedals and brake pedals are NOT permitted.
Exterior:
• Any year front bumper is permitted. Rear bumper must remain a factory 80’s and newer car bumper. No seam welding or adding of metal to bumpers.
• Front & rear bumpers may be welded or bolted. If welded, it must be performed as described below.
Option 1: Hardnosed. NO BUMPER SHOCKS/BRACKETS. Bumper must be welded directly to
frame. A 6”x6”x1/4” plate may be welded to cap off the end of the frame. The 6”x6”x1/4” plate must
be used between bumper and frame, to attach bumper. NO internal bumper shocks or external
shocks/brackets may be used in this method.
Option 2: Bumper may be welded to bumper shock that is factory to THAT car. Bumper shock may
be welded to prevent separating. Must be a 2-in. gap between end of frame and bumper. Bumper
shock must remain in the factory position. No sliding the bumper shock further into the frame. No
welding of the bumper shock to the frame. Must be bolted in factory position using factory bolts.
* Unibody Chryslers – May weld the first 2-inches of the bumper shock to the sheet metal frame.
• No replacing of body mounts. Don’t even touch them. If body mount is rusted out, (2) strands of 9-wire may be wrapped around frame and body, no more than 6-in. away from original location. No additional body mounts permitted. If core support mount is rusted, replace with like materials, ½ bolt, no additional spacer (back to stock).
• Doors may be bolted, chained, wired or welded in (6) locations per door. If welded, plates to be a
maximum of 4”x4”x1/4”. Only the driver’s door may be fully welded/reinforced, may not extend more
than 3-in. past driver’s door seams. Top of doors may not be welded (except driver’s).
• Trunk may be bolted, chained, wired or welded in (10) locations. If welded, plates are to be a maximum of 4”x4”x1/4”. Trunk must remain in ORIGINAL position. No V-ing, U-ing, or wedging of the trunk deck or quarter-panels. Trunk may be folded in a 90-degree angle, folded section may not be welded or attached to trunk floor. Trunk deck must be factory for that car. Quarter panels must remain at stock height. An 8”x8” inspection hole must be cut in the trunk deck. Quarter panels may be pinged/creased.
• The hood must be wired, chained or bolted. May be secured in (6) locations. Sheet metal to sheet metal only. A 3-inch washer may be welded to sheet metal for wiring purposes. A 2x2x2x1/4-in. angle may be welded to the hood and fender for bolting purposes.
• Must have 9-wire, chain or a steel strap in the windshield to prevent the hood from entering the driver's compartment.
• Must run stock suspension components. Original A-arms, coil/leaf springs, spindles, ball joints, control
arms, shock absorbers, etc.
• Front upper a-arms may be welded using a single 2x3-in. plate to pin up the front suspension
• No welding or modifications to the rear suspension, control arms, no spring spacers/stiffeners. If rear
springs are worn, may have a 1-in. spacer between spring and frame OR between spring and rearend.
This will keep the factory travel and stiffness of original equipment.
• If the rear car does not bounce easily by pushing on it with one hand, modifications were made and the car will not be permitted to run. DO NOT SWITCH OUT STOCK SPRINGS FOR STIFFER SPRINGS.
• No reinforcing or aftermarket tie rods. Must run factory original steering components (center link, tie
rods, steering box, idler arm, etc).
Engines:
• This is not a motor swap class. This is not any GM engine to any GM car or Ford to Ford, etc.
• An unmodified, stock engine for THAT model/generation of car must be used.
• If any engines are felt to be modified beyond what a stock engine should perform, look like or sound
like, the car will not pass inspection. (New gaskets, silicone, freeze plugs, paint, etc).
• We will identify these questionable cars to the participants during the drivers meeting. The drivers will
decide if the questionable cars will participate.
 
 
COMPACT CAR RULES
Compact Cars Rules
NO ENGINE PROTECTORS ALLOWED OR BEAD LOCKS
1. 108” maximum standard wheel base center to center, no alterations.
 2. Factory gas tanks can stay in, if in front of rear axle.
 3. Four point cage may not extend past the dash bar or more than 18” behind the driver’s seat. Gas tank protectors cannot be any wider than 24 inches and cannot extend past rear seat.
 4. Maximum of a 5 lug rear end.
 5. Bumper straps may be used to securely fasten a bumper on either end of the car. No homemade brackets.
6. Front bumper brackets, if there are not stock to the car they are one they cannot be any longer than 10” . If you run a bumper shock inside a frame it can only be 10 inches long and must have an inspection hole to verify where it stops! You cannot have brackets on the side of frame and a shock bracket inside of the frame.
7. No down bars off of cage.
8. Rear window bars may not be welded to trunk lid. If no trunk lid it must go straight down.
9. Bumpers can be loaded if not a factory bumper, you may use a piece of 4" X 4" square tubing.
10. Doors can be welded solid, trunks can have a maximum of 45".
11. Body cannot be welded to frame or to bumper.
 
COMPACT TRUCK CLASS RULES
(follow Twisted Metal’s Full size Truck Rules below)
NO STRAIGHT FRAME TRUCKS (“STATE FRAME”) ABSOLUTELY WILL NOT RUN!
 
1. Any American made truck is permitted. 4-wheel drive trucks may only run 2WD (pull a driveshaft). Any STANDARD ONE TON and down is permitted. If truck frame has extra support brackets or is beefed up from the factory you better call before building and we’ll come look at it! Officials decision will determine if it can be ran!!
 2. Tailgates may be welded shut using 3”x¼” strap. A maximum of 48” of strap may be used. Back bumper or tailgate has to be 16” of the ground.
 3. Beds must be welded to the cab of the truck with a 3” strap directly behind the doors.
 4. An interior four point cage is required to compete. The cage may not extend outside of the cab into the bed. However, it may attach vertically to the frame in four locations. No metal may be added to the frame to attach the cage. The vertical bars must be welded directly to the frame.
 5. Car bumpers may be used. Factory bumper brackets can be used or 3”x3” angle or square tubing 8” long.
 6. A single piece of 3”x3”x¼” angle iron may be welded from the left front frame rail to the right front frame rail (in front of a-arms) on all front coil sprung trucks only. Front leaf sprung trucks may use a chain from rail to rail or from the engine cradle to each rail.
 7. Trucks must securely fasten gas tanks directly behind the center of the cab in the bed.
 8. 48” piece of ¼”x2”x2” angle may be welded on inside of tailgate.
 9. fix it plate rule 6”x6”x1/4” follow car rules! If abused plate will be cut off!!!!
10. NO HUMP PLATES
11. C-channel front frame trucks can run kickers off the front bar to the middle to the A arms no bigger than 2”x2”  square tube. Boxed framed trucks down bars have to stop at firewall.
 
 
POWER WHEELS RULES
This class is for the kids AGES 4-10. Bring Birth Certificate in case of a challenge of age. Upon arrival a notarized parent and/ or legal guardian consent form must be filled out or you will not be allowed to participate. This is a Fun Class to get small kids their first taste, of a Derby, any Power wheels that are too fast or heavy will not be allowed to run. This is for the Kids to have Fun!
1. Power Wheels for Kids 4-7 years old. 3. Stock, Electric, Regular Size, Power Wheels with up to a 12 volt lawn mower battery. Battery can not be mounted in the passenger seat. 4. Helmets must be worn. 5. All doors, hoods, and tailgates must be strapped shut. 6. Use zip ties or duct tape to fasten shut doors, hood, and trunk. No sharp or protruding edges.
 
Track official and or inspectors decisions are final.
 Ryan Tittle 419-618-8785, Jayvid Opp 567-207-4090, Joey Bowman 419-937-3568.