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2019 Hanover 1100 - Oct 19, Hanover, PA


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#1 Billy Noel

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Posted 09 September 2019 - 06:20 PM

Wow! 500 laps of IndyCar and 600 laps of COT/NASCAR.

On the 135' Grandstand track at:

Smitty J's Raceway
130 Eisenhower Dr.
Hanover, PA

Same rules as for the 2019 GB1100.

 
Rules:

Indy/F1
Chassis:
 any stamped steel flexi style INDY/F1 chassis (JK C7 and JK21 Indy, Champion w/Indy pan, or Parma F1/F2 w/Indy pan); Newest JK Indy wide chassis is not allowe. No cutting the JK21 pans in half; Only bracing allowed: front/rear uprights may be braced; guide tongues may be reinforced; rear uprights may be adjusted to meet minimum clearance requirements; no ball bearings on the axles or on the wheels allowed; pin tubes allowed; max 3 piano wire bracing allowed elsewhere on the chassis; no other modifications allowed to the chassis.

Body: 
JK6101 JRL
JK6118 IRL
JK61152B Champ Car
RFSC29C F1
RFSC35C Indy
Interiors are required if not molded into the body; three numbers required (nose, left, right).

Rear Axles: 1/8" or 3/32"axles; no hollow or modified axles allowed.
Front Wheels: .600" x .300", 3/32" daxle where possible, 1/16 axle for Champion/Parma F1 chassis.
Rear Wheels: Max tire width .810; Nominimum tire diameter. Max rear track width is 83 mm. No Speed Rubber or other tires may be used that altersthe racing surface in any way.
Gears: Any pitch gears, metal gears are allowed; Gears are not allowed to hang below the chassis.
Motor: Pro Slot 4002 FK and 
the new PS4007 Scorpion with American arm; Motor may be opened and blueprinted; comm may be tied; Brushes and springs may bechanged; Arm shaft may be trimmed; no ball bearing allowed in the can.
Clearance:  No minimum clearance. As such, if cars start to drag on the track or become undriveable impacting other racers, the racers will be black-flagged by the Race Director or the Race POCs and required to repair their cars.


NASCAR
Chassis:
 Any 4" current/former USRA/ISRA legal stamped flexi steelchassis to include the Mossetti and JK C43. Rear uprights may bebraced. Guide tongues may be reinforced. Rear uprights may be adjusted to meetminimum clearance requirements; no ball bearings allowed; pin tubes allowed; max 3 piano wire bracing allowed elsewhere on the chassis; racers are allowed to remove the front uprights on their chassis should they chose to do so.

Body: 

Approved 4" NASCAR Bodies for the 1100 consist of: Ralph Thorne COT/NASCAR bodies cut along the line (may lower rear to meet 1-5/8"); OS 4" COT/NASCAR Bodies; and JK Bodies JK 70524 Dodge, JK 70525 Toyota, JK 70526 Chevy, and JK 70527 FordFinal approval is up to the racer director. 
Any flat or three-color 3D interiors are required; windows must remain unpainted; bodies will have 1/8" minimum front/rear bumpers, rear of the body must not be cut out; max height for rear spoiler is 1-5/8" from tech block; three numbers are required (top, left, right); front wheel wells must be clear.
Rear Axles: 1/8" or 3/32" axles; no hollow or modified axles allowed.
Front Wheels: Sticker fronts allowed, otherwise ½" fronts, vertical and perpendicular to track surface with solid and straight steel axle, fronts seen through unpainted wheel wells.
Rear Wheels: no minimum tire diameter. Maximum rear tech width is 83 mm. No Speed rubber or other tires may be used that alter the racing surface in any way.
Gears: Any pitch gears; metal gears are allowed. Gears are not allowed to hang below the chassis
Motor: S16D with Chinese or American arm; ball bearing allowed can side only. Shunts are allowed
Clearance: No minimum clearance. As such, if cars start to drag on the track or become undriveable impacting other racers, then racers will be black-flagged by the Race Director or the Race POCs and required to repair their cars.

General Rules
All racers will qualify. 30 sec fast lapRacers will be seeded into mains by qualifying positions as follows: 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th, etc. into A Main, and 2nd, 4th ,6th, 8th, etc. into B main. Final finishing order will be determined by total laps completed overall. Racers in the A Main will marshal for the B Main and vice versa. If racers can't marshal for whatever reason, they are responsible for finding their own replacement marshal subject to the approval of the race director. All racers will be available to turn marshal if not racing. The top five finishing cars in each race will face a post-race tech inspection after which winners will be declared and payouts will be awarded. 

Entry and pit pass Fees: 
1. Pit pass: $10 
2. Entry Fee: $15/class ($25 for both classes)
3. Pay out: Top five (may increase w/ more racers) in each class of each race

4. Any "questionables" on parts, etc., are at the discretion of the race directors.




#2 Billy Noel

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Posted 13 September 2019 - 12:23 PM

The purpose of this "Hanover 1100" is to provide more opportunity to race these classes with mostly the same rules as are run in the yearly Gaithersburg 1100. The hope has been to encourage more participation at other Raceways, and for increased numbers of racers at the yearly GB1100 which is currently held at Speedzone in My Holly, NJ.
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