2010 Administration
Race Director:  Randy Combs
Marketing:  Larry McCown
Secretary  Larry Hol

All cars may be teched at any time upon entering the pit area at the discretion of the series promoter/track officials.  The engine of each competitor will be pumped as close to the beginning of the season as possible.  Any car joining the association during the course of the season will be pumped upon entering the pit area prior to the competition.  At each event during the course of the season two cars selected at random from the top ten in average points will be pumped prior to each competition.  At the conclusion of the feature event the top four finishers are required to go to the tech area for inspection prior to returning to their specific pit area.  The featuere event winner should report to be weighed prior to going to victory lane.  All transfer cars plus the first non-transfer car from preliminary events must weigh before going to their pit area. 


Each driver will pay $10 at every race upon drawing a pill.  This money will pay for the fire and safety crew for the night. 

Driver's Suit:  Driver's fire suit is mandatory and must be multi-layer with at minimum rating of SFI 3.2A-1\5 in conjunction with Nomex underwear, a Nomex hood, Nomex socks, fire proof driving gloves and shoes.  Nylon or vinyl shoes are not allowed.  Neck collars are strongly recommended. Driver safety apparel must have the rating tag/label intact.  Series officials reserve the right to reject any driver's suit or fire proof accessories that are deemed unsafe.

Helmets: Full face helmets with a face shield are mandatory.  Helmets must be SNELL SA85, M85, SA90, SA95 or M95 approved.  Helmets can be no more than three (3) years old.  Helmets must have the rating tag/label intact.  Series officials reserve the right to inspect any helmet for cracks or structural damage and reject any helmet deemed unsafe.  Helmets must accompany driver to tech area.

Driver's Restraints: Driver's restraint system must have either a five or six-point configuration with a secure attachment to the frame or roll cage.  The shoulder belts should be attached to the frame or roll cage at a point below the top of the driver's seat.  The shoulder belts cannot be attached to the seat, bodywork or fuel tank.  Driver restraints must, at a minimum, be composed of (a) a minimum of two 3" shoulder belts, (b) a 3" lap belt with a metal-to-metal quick release mechanism, and (c) a 2" anti-submarine strap.  Seat belts can be no more than three (3) years old.  Driver restraint equipment must have the rating tag/label intact.  Series officials reserve the right to withdraw any car from competition that officials feel have unsafe or poorly mounted seat belts.

Arm RestraintA competition rated arm restraint is required.

Fire Extinguishers:  During any refueling all crews must have an operable fire extinguisher capable of putting out fuel and oil fires.

Windshield Screen:  Use of a windshield screen made from a minimum of .090-screen size is highly recommended.

Fuel Shut-Off Valve:  A fuel shut-off valve is required within reach of the driver while sitting in the car with the restraints fastened.  The shut-off valve must be marked in a recognizable manner.  Vinyl or plastic fuel lines may not be used.

Fume Deflector:  Driver's seat fume deflector and/or heat shield are strongly suggested.


The Minimum wheelbase is 83 inches; the maximum wheelbase is 90 inches.  Measurement will be from the center of the front hub to the center of the rear hub on the shortest side measured.

Engine can be a maximum size of 360 cubic inches plus 1% maximum displacement (360 plus 1% = 363.6).  No Aluminum blocks.  No titanium in engines, including rods, cranks, but excluding valves and valve retainers.

Engines must be V-8's.  No V-6 engines will be allowed.  No big blocks.  Only engines with two valves and one spark plug per cylinder are allowed.  Overhead cam engines are not allowed.  No turbine driven, turbochargers, superchargers or blowers will be allowed.

No computer operated or controlled parts, such as fuel injections, fuel systems, ignition components, etc.

There must be an inspection hole in the oil pan that is either a 1-inch pipe thread fitting or a #10 fitting.  If the pan does not have either, the owner or driver must be willing to remove the oil pan for inspection.

There must be a minimum of three wheels with workable hydraulic brakes.  In-board brakes are allowed.  No carbon fiber rotors are allowed.

Methanol fuel only.  No nitro or additives allowed.  Fuel checks may be run anytime during the events or following the feature.  Fuel samples may be taken for analysis and prize may be withheld until results are known.  It will be the responsibility of the participant to remove any cover or cap on the tank for the purpose of obtaining a sample for a fuel check.

If fuel tests indicate the presence of additives, the competitor is subject to disqualification, forfeiture of points and money, and/or suspension.

The maximum inside diameter of the injector stack is 2 3/16 inches.  Larger injectors may be used, but sleeves a minimum of 3 inches in length must be installed in stacks above the butterflies.  No relief hole may be drilled above the butterfly on any injector.  No alterations of injector manifold mounting holes will be allowed.

Due to manufacturing process, some injector stacks may be slightly larger.  There will be a tolerance of .005 allowed on no more than 3 stacks.  Throttle body or plenum type injectors are not allowed.  Down nozzle injectors are not allowed.  All Ford/Chrysler engine injectors, inside stack must measure 2.100 in diameter and at least 3 inches in length.  (Stack diameter specs for Fords & Chrysler engines are subject to change.)  All injectors must measure 2.100 inches inside diameter and be at least 3 inches in length with the exception of Kinsler and Hilborn.  Any deviation must have written approval from the Speedway.

For Spec Heads the ASCS stamp may not be altered in any way.  Intake opening may not be larger than original opening.  The only exception is that the inlet opening may be ground or polished 3/4 inches, or no further into port than the closest edge of the closest letter of the ASCS logo.  During this polishing the left side of the letter "A" is sometimes inadvertently brushed with polish wheel.  This is permissible as long as letter is still intact.  During polishing of inlet port, sometimes polish marks may go slightly further than the 3/4 inch.  Intake port at no time may exceed 215 cubic centimeters.

Intake port polishing will be allowed no more than 1 1/2 inches below the bottom of the original seat ring on the back side of the bowl area and no more than 1 inch on the short side.  Polishing will be allowed in the combustion chamber area to avoid hot spot chaffing.  Polishing will be allowed in exhaust ports as long as the original ASCS logo is not affected or port shape is not altered substantially.

Absolutely no intake or exhaust port relocation, raising, enlargement or reshaping of any type is allowed.  Valve angle and placement may not be altered in any way on the ASCS spec head or on any other head.  Any internally repaired ASCS spec head must be re-certified by Brodix.

Non-spec heads will be allowed, but they must have an unaltered ASCS or Felpro #8E89208 intake-restricting gasket installed.  Unaltered means absolutely no modifications to bolt holes or port sizing.  These gaskets are to be installed right side up with logo on top.

The ASCS or Felpro #8E89208 restrictor gasket must protrude a minimum of 0.150 inch into the roofline of both the injector port and the cylinder head port.  There shall be no streamlining or recon touring of intake ports or injectors to reduce the effect of the restrictor gaskets.

Non-spec heads must have stock intake bolt location and injector manifold is to be installed with stock 3/8-inch diameter bolts.  No step studs or relocating boltholes.  You CAN NOT enlarge or relocate restricting gasket boltholes.

Ford or Chrysler engines are not subject to intake restrictor gasket.  But, intake port may not exceed 215 cubic centimeters in any engine.  If the heads are cast iron a restrictor gasket must be used when the intake ports are larger than 1.350 x 2.025.

No Brodix #12 heads are allowed.  18-degree heads or canted valve heads are not allowed.  Heads, excluding Ford/Mopar, must be the original 23-degree valve angle heads.  All aluminum heads must retain within 1 degree of the OEM valve angle.

The rules pertain to the small block Chevrolet.  However, any engine may be used after the series officials have approved the heads.  Penalty for altered spec head or altering gasket can include disqualification, forfeiture of points and money, and/or suspension.

The right rear tire will be the Hoosier 105x16x15 medium or hard.   The left rear will be open.  No trimming is allowed.  Bead locks strongly recommended on all wheels.  Insert type foam rubber or covers that are securely mounted to the wheel are allowed.

All right rear tires must have the appropriate stamp in order to be legal.

Must be mounted in such a way as to direct sent gases away from cockpit of vehicle and away from areas of possible fuel spillage.  Mufflers must be used at tracks that require mufflers.  (IF YOUR MUFFLER COMES OFF DURING AN EVENT, YOU WILL BE DISQUALIFIED FOR THAT EVENT.)

The WOW sprint's wing rules will be consistent with those of ASCS 360 sprint rules.
Top wing is mandatory (maximum of 25 square feet).  The maximum center foil width is 60 inches.  The maximum allowed drop in the top surface of the wing will be 2 1/2 inches measured from top front of wing to the rear edge.  Top surface of the wing must be flat as measured across the width.  No car will be allowed to compete without top wing.

The maximum size of the side panel is 72 inches in length and 30 inches in height.  Side panels attached to the wing must be fabricated flat so as to have no turnouts or flaps made of more than two inches of material on the front or rear of panel and no more than 1 1/4 inches on the top or bottom of sideboard.  All top and front wings must be fabricated of metal alloys only.  No fiberglass, carbon fiber or other similar materials may be used in the basic framework (center foil and side panel) of the wing.

A 1 inch wicker bill will be allowed on flat wings.

Top wing shall not extend beyond outside of rear tires.  Slider Wings are now allowed but not mandatory.

Nose wing optional.  If a front wing is used the maximum size is 2' x 3' or a maximum of six (6) square feet.  Nose wings can't be more than 20" in front of the front edge of the axel.  If the driver was in an accident, the tech man will use his discretion with this rule.

Side foils, rudders or panels are not to extend beyond roll cage on any side.  No body pieces can extend beyond or underneath front torsion tube except hood.

No wedges or foils underneath racecar.

No pieces may be added to the basic frame so as to resemble, imitate or be specifically designed to deflect, trap or form a windbreak of any nature, except those used to cool or protect the motor and braking system.

Roll cages and chassis must be constructed of seamless steel tubing that is at least 1 3/8" OD.  All chassis and roll cage components must be bent to shape without crimps or creases.  The recommended minimum wall thickness is .095.  Aluminum frames are not allowed.  The top of all roll cages must be at least 2" higher than the top of the driver's helmet. 

Motor offsets are not allowed.  The engine must be mounted in the lateral center of the chassis and it must be directly in front of the driver when seated with the restraints fastened.  The driver must straddle driveline.

Roadster type chassis are not allowed.  Only sprint appearing type bodies, tails and hood will be allowed.  All bodies and body components shall be of upright design and sprint car appearance.  The definition of an upright car is conventional front-mounted engine in which the vertical position is to be maintained as closely as possible, with a maximum of half-inch offset.  The driver may not be positioned in front of the engine, side of engine or side of drive shaft.  Racing without a hood in not allowed.

Bumpers and nerf bars are mandatory and must be securely mounted.  They must be bolted on (no cotter pins). Nerf bars must not extend beyond the outside edge of the tires.  Nerf bars and bumpers cannot be made of aluminum.

A fuel cell with a bladder is mandatory.  The tank, fuel cell, and bladder must be securely mounted.

Opening on right side of cockpit must be a minimum of 10 vertical inches.

Car and driver must combine to weigh a minimum of 1475 pounds at the conclusion of the race after the checkered flag has dropped. NO ADDED ON WEIGHT.  NO ONE BESIDES THE DRIVER SHOULD GO NEAR THE CAR BEFORE OR DURING THE WEIGHING PROCESS.
NOTE - Cars to be weighed must go directly to the scales.

Cars must have a securely mounted steering mechanism with a quick disconnect and removable steering wheel.

All suspension systems must be mechanical.

No independent rear suspension.

Cars cannot have shock absorber or suspension adjustment mechanisms in the cockpit.

Computer operated or controlled chassis adjustment parts or components or chassis component adjustable through any form of electrical assistance are not allowed.

A slider or clutch-type transmission is required in all cars.

All driveline systems must be properly installed, reinforced and/or covered.

Drive shaft (torque tube) must be fully enclosed.

All drivelines must be broken in the coupler or rear slider fully enclosed and contains no more than one U-joint or C-V joint.  The one U-joint or C-V joint must be at the front of the driveline.

A driveline hoop or restraint is strongly suggested.  A safety strap is strongly recommended.

No torgue arm drivelines allowed.

Fighting is not allowed.  Anyone who starts a fight on the track, throws equipment at another driver on the track, or goes to someone else's trailer after the race and starts a physical altercation will be suspended for 2 weeks.  If you are having any problems with another driver, get an official and they will help to get the conflict resolved.


On feature events only, cars will have two (2) minutes to work on the car once it reaches the designated work area.

Six cars will be realigned for the feature event in two and three heat programs(1st and 2nd place finishers) or two heat programs(1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishers).  Eight cars will be realigned in four heat event programs (1st and 2nd place finshers).

Lapped cars will be moved to the tail in restart line-ups.  Cars will be given 1 lap back if they have been lapped in the last green flag series of the race at the completion of a the first offical lap after the restart.

A two spin rule applies in all races.

Cars receiving more than one push off at the start of an event will be moved to the tail of the event unless stopped by the officials.

Pushisg off is not an opportunity to hot lap.  Cars should idle until given a signal by a track official to close the field or the waiving of a green flag.

When a pace truck is used for an event,  a car should not pass the pace truck.


Drivers competing in five consecutive events of the season will be awarded a provisional that may be used only in the season that it is issued.  To keep the provisional active, the driver must compete in 75% of the races to the date of request.  Only one provisional starting spot will be awarded per race event.  The request will go to the driver that is highest in current Winged Outlaw Warriors Points.  Provisionals will only be awarded to registured members and are not transferrable.

Drivers who compete in 100% of the season's events will be awarded a Provisional Award at the WOW Banquet that may be used any time in the next year,  as long as they are a registed Winged Outlaw Warriors member.

If a racing program should be cancelled after heat races (NO LAPS have been completed in the A-Main) and the event is not being resceduled or refunded,  all A-Main qualified cars will receive 80 points for the event and all qualified B-Main cars will receive 50 points.

Prize money will be paid by heat race finishes for the A-Main.  i.e.
3 heats = A-Main's first, second and third place money /divided by 3 = First in a heat race
              A-Main's fourth, fifth and sixth place money /divided by 3 = Second in a heat race.

The A-Main purse will be segmented into the number of heats.  Each segment will be added and divided by the number of heats.  This will be the heat finishing position prize money for the event.

A-Mains that the leader has not taken the green flag to begin the 10th lap will be paid by segmenting the running order into the number of heats ran that night and dividing the prize money in the same manner as desribed above.
3 heats = A-Main's first, second and third place money /divided by 3 = Cars scored 1st, 2nd,3rd
              A-Main's fourth, fifth and sixth place money /divided by 3 = Cars scored 4th,5th,6th

Any A-Main ran less than the leader crossing under the green flag on the 10th lap will award points and money as described above.

Rules subject to change without notice.