13 to 18 year olds
Dial-in restricted to 7.90 or slower E.T. and 85 MPH or slower
10 to 12 year olds
Dial-in restricted to 8.90 E.T. or slower
8 to 9 year olds
Dial-in restricted to 12.90 E.T. or slower
One (1) pullback: The driver must ENTIRELY break the staging beams to be pulled back by the starter only.
Cars will be randomly paired using one of a couple different methods. We will be mixing up what methods we use to keep things random. Sometimes cars may be pulled side-by-side with a bye run being randomly chosen, ladder based on reaction times in qualifying, card pulling, or chipping the juniors. If the laddering method is not used, after first round the junior with the best reaction time the previous round will receive the bye run if there is an odd amount of cars.
All safety equipment must be in place until the driver is completely off the track and comes to a complete stop. Drivers who loosen their safety equipment or remove it prior to coming to a full stop may be subject to disqualification. Any driver whose head is seen outside of the roll cage prior to coming to a complete stop may be subject to disqualification.
All NHRA rules apply and all drivers must have a license.
SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR THE JUNIORS
Junior Drag Racing League Eastern Conference Finals
Bristol, TN. July 21-23, 2016
All points members are eligible to participate.
Summit Racing Equipment Jr. Drag Racing League Body Rule
Following several discussions about the new body requirements for the Summit Racing Equipment Jr. Drag Racing League, the NHRA has developed a set of guidelines to help clarify whether your car does or does not meet the new rule. Please click on the link below to view this set of guidelines. If you still are unclear about your vehicle, please direct all questions to the NHRA Technical Department.TechDL@nhra.com
(must be printed in color, notarized and both sides filled out )