2 Man Cruiser Rules

Two man cruisers are meant to be a fun low budget class. These are cars we race not race cars!
 
The cars raced are *full‐size* dimensions.  The car is configured for operation by two people. The driver controls the steering and braking of the vehicle, while the passenger controls the accelerator, which is located on his side.  The cruiser races feature no caution flags, except in special circumstances, which leads to many on‐track incidents.
  • Car must be stock. COMPLETE – STOCK OEM parts only.
  • Remove all exterior trim and moldings.
  • Remove all glass, (windshield optional) including all glass in car door panels or you will not race.
  • Remove all flammable material, except front seat and dash
  • All doors must be chained or welded shut.
  • Gas tank must be secured in trunk or stock position.
  • 7″ stock DOT tires, 7″ steel spoke wheel OK. NO SNOW TIRES.
  • 112″ minimum wheelbase.
  • The gas pedal must be in the riding mechanic side only. Must be out of reach of the driver.
  • Bumpers must be chained or welded
  • Shoulder harness and lap belt mandatory ( five point racing harness, and racing seats recommended but not mandatory)
  • Air bags must be deactivated
  • You must have a riding mechanic or co‐pilot.
  • Seat belts, helmets, long sleeve shirts and pants are required.
  • MANDATORY 4 point Roll Bar over drivers with rear brace bars to frame and bolted through roof.
  • No ballast allowed
  • All cars must inspected and checked in 1 hour prior to race time
  • Flagrant rough driving will be Black flagged for that race.
  • HOLES IN FIREWALL MUST BE COVERED
  • A MINIMUM OF 3 WINDSHIELD BARS IN FRONT OF EACH DRIVER OR CO‐PILOT.
  • Car numbers must be clearly marked on both sides, roof.