2013 ROCKY MOUNTAIN DOOR SLAMMERS
Annual Membership in the RMDS is $50 per event with a maximum membership cost of
QUICK 8 SERIES RULES
All cars must meet NHRA rules and requirements.
Chassis ET certifications will be strictly monitored and enforced.
It is the racers responsibility to know rules and limitations as it
applies to your ET and MPH. Cars must
run 6.50 or faster in the 1/8th mile to qualify unless an exception
Qualifying runs are to be made when called by the tower only.
No additional passes are allowed prior to competition.
Vehicles entered in a Quick 8 race may not enter another class during the
Racers that enter and do not qualify are eligible to enter the Electronics class
or Super Pro Class for that day. RMDS will apply the difference in entry fees to
the track if a racer chooses to enter an alternative class.
Delay boxes are allowed in competition.
Cross-talk/Cross-over is not possible with a combination of a full tree
and a pro tree option.
5 tenths full tree or 4 tenths pro tree allowed.
Your Dial-In will be displayed on the scoreboards during eliminations.
The default tree is a 5 tenths FULL TREE.
If a driver wants a 4 tenths PRO TREE they must indicate on their tech
card prior to racing the event.
Deep staging is allowed. (It is the
drivers’ responsibility to understand track rules for deep staging).
Ensure ET is written plainly and visibly to the towers view.
Check for locations based on track.
Door cars only allowed in the Rocky Mountain Door
Slammers Quick 8 series. Each car
must have doors, fenders, roof, windshield, left hand steer, and 4-wheel
Lane choice will be awarded by qualifying and your
previous round of eliminations, with the faster car getting to choose.
Driver may only dial .2 tenths slower than their
quickest qualifying or elimination pass during the race event.
Example: Racers fastest
qualifying time is 5.20; the slowest you can dial your car is 5.40.
The entry fee for the quick 8 series is $75.
At the gate, pay $25 for a Quick 8 tech card.
Then come to Mike Dowling’s pit to pay $50 to compete.
A completed event is defined as if one elimination
round is completed on the day of the event.
Points will be awarded accordingly based on number of rounds completed.
In the event a racer cannot make the first round of
eliminations for any reason the next highest qualified competitor will be
allowed to race as an alternate. The
withdrawing racer will receive event entry points + their qualifying position
points only. The alternate will
receive points for round wins only (no points for qualifying position or Quick 8
Qualifying points (QP) will be given for the
1st) 8 Points
2nd) 7 Points
3rd) 6 Points
4th) 5 Points
5th) 4 Points
6th) 3 Points
7th) 2 Points
8th) 1 Points
Points beyond qualifying:
10 Points (everyone who enters the event gets entry points)
1st round loss
+20 Points (Total 30 + QP)
Points (Total 50 + QP)
+60 Points (Total 70 + QP)
+80 Points (Total 90 + QP)
for entering all completed events that count for points
(4) 1st round outs
30 points + QP
(2) semi-final outs
50 points + QP
Event Runner up
70 points + QP
90 points + QP