Below is a breakdown of our points system and then rules for vehicles coming to race at our events.

Grand Prize Comp Saturday
For those that entered the Grand Prize Competition, Saturday is the racers day to shine and their chance to go home with $3500 in cash prizes, trophies, and best of all a spot on The Red List. Only the Top 125 scoring racers will be ranked. The highest scoring racer, #1, will take home to prize and become an official member of The Red List.

Scoring system
In order to be ranked, you must score points. Anytime you make a pass quicker than 13.50, win against your opponent, and/or do well on your 60/RT you score. Only your first 12 passes are scored. Below is the scoring matrix:

Scores for times
8.99 or faster= 9 pts
9.00-9.49= 8 pts
9.50-9.99= 5 pts
10.00-10.49= 4 pts
10.50-10.99= 3 pts
11.00-11.49= 2 pts
11.50-13.49= 1 pts
13.50 or slower or red light= Forfeiture of points for that pass

Scores for wins/starts/DNF
**Only the first 12 runs of your day will be scored**
Win(Quickest ET between the two)= 3 pts (Extra +3 is only for 9.50-13.49 ET's)
60' quicker than 1.70= 1 pt (Extra +1 is only for 9.50-13.49 ETs)
**RT better than .100 = 5 pt
**RT slower than .500= Forfeiture of points for that pass
Red light or DNF= Forfeiture of points for that pass
Total Point Tie Breaker
If there is a tie in points, the person with the best average reaction time will take the lead over the other.

The Red List Series Prizes
1st place- $1,000, Trophy, and induction to The Red List
2nd place- $500, Trophy
3rd place- $300, Trophy

Quickest ET- $250, Trophy
Quickest Domestic- $225, Trophy
Quickest Classic- $225, Trophy (1979 or Older)
Quickest Import(Jap & Euro)- $225, Trophy
Quickest Truck- $225, Trophy
Quickest Bike- $200, Trophy
Best Female Driver- $150, Trophy (Most points)
Closest to 10.00: $75, Trophy
Closest to 11.00: $75, Trophy
Quickest Reaction Time: $50, Trophy

Car rules/regs for The Red List Series
General Safety: All vehicles and drivers with their personal safety gear must conform to the most up to date version of the NHRA rules for specific mile times the vehicles the driver is driving on the track with. Please review the most up to date version of the NHRA Rulebook online for information.
Body: Any year vehicle is allowed. Lightweight components are limited to hood, front fenders, decklid, trunks/hatches, sunroofs, wings, ground effects, roof, quarter panels and bumpers are allowed. One-piece front ends are permitted.
Engine: Any motor is allowed from any manufacturer. No limit on power adders
Chassis: No full tubular framed vehicles allowed to compete for prize money but may make exhibition passes. Back halved vehicles allowed. Notching of chassis for clearance is permitted. Aftermarket K members are permitted.
Suspension: Coil-overs allowed. Aftermarket front control arms, rear control arms, and sub-frame connectors are permitted. Aftermarket struts and shocks are permitted. Wheelie bars are prohibited on any car wanting to compete for prize money.
Lights: Headlights and brake lights are required (one headlight may be removed for induction).
Windows: Windshields must be OEM glass (Rear/Side windows only may be made of lexan).
Interior: Dashboard is required. Passenger seat(s) and other interior panels may be removed. Aftermarket seats, gauges, and interior are permitted.
Exhaust: Exhaust may exit anywhere.
Electronics: Two-steps, data loggers, aftermarket ECUs, and engine management systems are allowed. No Bracket/Index racing electronics allowed, NONE
Driveline: Aftermarket axles, ring and pinions, final drive, spools, and differentials are permitted. Other OEM or aftermarket center sections and rear-ends may be replaced only if is a direct bolt in. IRS suspension cars may convert to straight axle only if it is a direct bolt in.
Transmission: Manual or Auto transmissions are permitted. Any style automatic transmission is permitted. Trans-brakes are permitted. Manual transmissions are permitted to use aftermarket stock-style clutch assisted transmissions. Sequential transmissions are permitted. Aftermarket bell housings are permitted.
Clutch: Any amount of discs can be used (any type of disk material is permitted). Clutch must be manually operated by drivers foot if car has manual transmission.
Shifter: Shifter must be H-pattern to be considered 5 or 6 speed manual. Strain gauges are permitted. Air shifters are allowed.
Fuel: No limitations on fuel
Fuel System: All fuel pumps are permitted. Aftermarket fuel cells are permitted, and may be mounted anywhere. Also, must conform to the most up to date version of the NHRA rules for specific mile times the vehicles run. Please review the most up to date version of the NHRA Rulebook online for information.
Oiling System: Dry sump oil system or external oil pumps are only permitted on naturally aspirated cars, or if car was OEM equipped with a dry sump and car is using complete OEM oiling system.
Tires: Drag slicks, Drag Radials, and Street tires are allowed. No size restriction any more.
Cages: Must conform to the most up to date version of the NHRA rules for specific mile times the vehicles run. Please review the most up to date version of the NHRA Rulebook online for information.

The Red List Exhibit Car show Saturday

The Red List Exhibit
-Best in show
-Best Exotic (All cars w/ MSRP $120,000 or more)
-Best Domestic (All domestic cars w/ MSRP under $120,000)
-Best Classic (All cars 1979 or older)
-Best Euro (All Euro cars w/ MSRP under $120,000)
-Best Japanese Import (All Japanese Import cars w/ MSRP under $120,000)
-Lowest Ride
-Best Engine Bay
-Best Interior

Scoring based on the following:
-EXTERIOR BODY (How clean?, Cool Mods ?, Paint job on point? )
-ENGINE BAY (How clean?, Cool Mods ?, Paint job on point? )
-STANCE (How extreme is the Alignment and ride height?)
-WHEELS (How Clean?, Relative Size to theme of car?)
-INTERIOR (How Clean?, Proper Gauge set up?, Audio/Video Systems?)