FLEET DOCTOR Sunday ET Points Series Information

POINTS STANDINGS | RACE RESULTS | POINTS FUND

WHEN CAN I RACE? HOW WILL IT WORK?

BRACKET PROCEDURES & GENERAL RULES

Color coding on bracket points is for Indy:

Purple is for confirmed going

Blue is pending

Red is not going

 

Gate opens: 9 AM | Time Trials: 10 AM | Eliminations: Around 12 PM

First round buys backs in all classes $20 | Crew/Spectators $15

Pro & Super Pro $45 | Sportsman & Super Pro Motorcycle $35

Run Order: Pro, Super Pro, Super Pro Motorcycle, Sportsman, Test & Tune

POINTS SIGN UP SHEET or SIGN UP ONLINE

Points Chase: 

1 point for staging first round | 10 points for each round won

3 points for race win | 2 points for runner up | 1 point for semifinals

The series consists of 12 races and 5 in the Mini Series. We do not drop any races for the final points standings. Rainouts are washes and are not rescheduled if we didn't complete any rounds of eliminations. If we complete any rounds of eliminations, those will count towards points. The class has to be complete with the round for the round to count.

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   The 2017 Fleet Doctor Sunday Bracket Points Chase will kick off on Sunday, April 30th. The series will be a 12 race chase to the championship ending on Sunday, August 20th. We will be closed on Sunday, August 27th, but the Fall Mini Series will start on September 3rd, two weeks before the Bracket Finals (September 15-17). This is a 5 week series designed for racers that are not ready to put the car away for the winter. Sunday, September 17 will not be a "Mini Series" race to be fair to those competing at Indy as part of Team Milan, but there will be a bracket race that day. If you sign up for the Fleet Doctor Sunday Bracket Points Chase then you will automatically be entered into the Fall Mini Series. If you were not a part of the main series, it is free to join the Mini Series you just have to sign up.

 

41st Annual Summit Racing Series ET Bracket Finals: Indy September 15th  - 17th, 2017

Our top 32 points finishers will compete at Lucas Oil Raceway Park in Indianapolis, Indiana in September at the 41st Annual Summit Racing Series ET Bracket Finals as Team Milan. Drivers are racing for over $70,000 in cash and contingency. Not only is there lots of money to be won, but also the coveted Division 3 Championship which is the next step in the journey to Pomona, California where you could become the National Champion. Along with all the great things NHRA puts on during this event, we do a lot of bonding as a team. The last few years we have done a BBQ dinner on Friday night, Subway lunch on Saturday, and breakfast on Sunday. This experience gives you the opportunity to be a part of this exceptional race and bond with fellow racers and your Race Director over the weekend.

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