Admission:• Adults $12
• Children 12 & under $5
• Pit Pass $20
- NO PREREGISTRATION. Registration will be done at pitt gate entrance.
- $50.00 for each class entered.
- NO CHECKS accepted for registration. CASH ONLY!
- Trophies for Top 3 All Classes and All Payouts Are 100% GUARANTEED!
- 1099’s will be mailed for payouts of $600.00 or more.
- July 3rd pitt gate opens at 3:00 P.M.
- Technical Inspection 3:30 - 6:30 P.M.
- No Pitt Passes!
- ABSOLUTELY NO ALCOHOL in PITT AREA! Coolers will be checked at Pitt Gate!
2013 Rules and Changes for "Full Size Old Iron" ONLY
Any questions call: • Chris Zimmerman 651-402-8850 • Troy Sodden 715-307-2927 • or go to www.we-crash.proboards.com
FRESH CARS ONLY
(no Imperials in this class)
80’s and NEWER
1) If car does not pass tech or driver is unwilling to change car to pass tech, you will stay on
the trailer. NO REFUNDS. If rules say you cannot do it, do not do it. Call first with any
2) All drivers must wear full faced helmets, eye protection, full length pants and shirts and
wear seat belts.
3) All drivers must attend drivers meeting.
4) Team driving cannot be prevented, therefore it is legal. However holding is not allowed
and will result in immediate disqualification.
5) One fire, helmet falling off and roll over allowed. Second time you will be disqualified.
6) 60 seconds to make a hit. (No sandbagging).
7) No hitting driver’s door allowed.
8) No ALCOHOL BEVERAGES ALLOWED IN THE PITS!
9) All drivers must be 18 to compete, if under 18 must have a release wavier signed by
parent or legal guardian.
10) Poor sportsmanship or misconduct will result in all disqualification.
11) All judges’ decisions are final.
80’S and NEWER:
(There are additional rules for FULL SIZE OLD IRON, FWD MIDSIZE, COMPACT and MINI VAN CLASSES SO READ CAREFULLY)
1) Any American made hardtop car, station wagons are allowed. No carryalls or hearses.
(Imperials have their own class).
2) All glass, headlights, moldings, outside and inside of car must be removed, gas tanks,
batteries, carpet, etc.
3) Bumpers: Any automotive bumpers allowed front and rear. No homemade bumpers
allowed. All bumpers can be welded 8” back of bumper onto the frame.
4) Drivetrain: Any combo of engine, transmission, rear end allowed. All axles must have 5
hole bolt patterns. Rear ends may be chained/wired to frames in two places with bolts.
5) Engine mounts: May be modified to hold engine in place but may not strengthen car.
Engines may be welded or chained in 2 spots, 1 per frame rail. No more forward than
water pump pulley and may not go past the spark plug on the engine block. Engine
mount plate that is welded to frame cannot exceed 4” of welding to the frame. No rear
engine mounts allowed at all.
6) Water pump guards: Pump protectors cannot be any farther forward than the front of
the water pump pulley.
7) Distributor guards: Cannot be connected to dash guard or firewall. That includes being
welded or any spacers of any kind.
8) Cooling system: Must remain in factory position. Radi-barrels are allowed but cannot be
welded to frame or to the core for support. Bolts only. Radi-barrels cannot be bigger than
factory radiators. Cars with radi-barrels can have (2) 4”x1/4” strap going vertical welded
to the core support to help support the barrel itself. Strap welded to core support to help
support not to frame.
9) Fuel systems: Must be metal tanks bolted inside car, limited to 7 gallons. Electric pumps
are allowed. (Must have power switch in car marked “on/off”. Gas tank protectors are
allowed but cannot exceed “24x24” in size.
10) Doors: All doors can be welded shut. No straps wider that 4” and door straps cannot be
welded to frame or tailgate strap welded to the frame.
11) Hoods: 6-1” Bolts maximum for hood hold downs you may use 4-1” threaded rod to the
frame but only from a-arm forward. 2-1 threaded rod allowed from the firewall to back of
a-arm must be in vertical position and cannot be welded to the firewall. All threaded rod
must be vertically welded to the side of the frame (no pigtail or kickers). All washers used
on the hood cannot exceed 4”x4” and must be loose - no welding. Threaded can be
bolted through the frame as long as it is bolted with 1” washers and nuts. No welding.
12) Trunks: 2-1” maximum bolts (threaded rod) with 4” washers from frame to trunk lid.
Trunks can be welded shut with only 2 threaded rods. If trunk is not welded shut, you are
allowed the 2-1” maximum threaded rod plus 2 more sheet metal to sheet metal bolts.
Bolts cannot exceed 6” in length. Trunk or trunk floor must have a 10”x10” hole for
inspection. 4”x4” washers can only be used on the trunk frame.
13) Fenders and rear quarter panels: 8-3/8” maximum bolts per panel (wheel opening)
Precutting allowed. No adding doubling sheet metal. All sheet metal repairs must be done
with sheet metal only. No body armor.
14) Body bolts: Body mounts must be in place. Must be square or round in shape and
cannot exceed 1” thick and 2.5” in diameter. All body mounts must not be welded to the
frame or body! No additional body mounts allowed. All body mount bolts cannot exceed
6” in length and no bigger than 1” in diameter and cannot be welded.
15) Frames: No frame seam welding allowed from the center of a-arm to the rear bumper.
No stuffing, plating, doubling, filling, concrete, bolting, pining or anything else you can
think of to put in your frame! There will be no cross marriage of frames (welding a Kframe
into another frame vice-versa) from center of a-arm to front bumper seam welding
is allowed top and bottom. Just use the welder; weld cannot exceed 3/4” in width. All Pre
1973 Mopar cars are allowed to plate the top and bottom of the Y-frame. Plate must not
exceed 1/4” maximum. This rule is for Pre 1973 Mopar cars only. All Pre 1973 Chevy
Sedans are allowed to plate the open C-channel frame from back tires to the rear
bumper. Just the frame. Plate must not exceed 1/4” maximum.
16) Tires: Any air tire allowed, no studded or solid filled tires allowed. All removed, all split
rims must be welded.
17) Batteries: Must be mounted to the floor and covered. (Maximum 2 batteries).
18) Transmission Coolers: Must be mounted inside of cars.
19) Suspension: A-arms may be welded with 2”x4” 1/8” thick steel, 1 in front and 1 in rear of
a-arm only. No leafing of non-leaf cars. Maximum 9 leafs 1” stagger. 5 leaf clamps pre
spring stack. 1/4” flat stock is allowed but cannot be welded. Tie rod ends may be
reinforced (No other suspension welding allowed other than the a-arm itself). Ball joints
must be factory (no bolting).
20) Roll Bars and Door Bars: Must be inside of car. Door bars may not exceed the inside of
firewall and cannot exceed 2 feet past the back the of drivers door seam. 1 dash bar, 2
safety bars behind driver. The bar behind driver can have X bracing welded to the sheet
metal of the inside of the car. 2 down bars per side total of 4 must be mounted in vertical
position (no angled down bars allowed) and no welding to frame. All down bars cannot be
mounted to or incorporated to a body mount on the floor! (Just welded to the sheet metal
floor of car!)
21) #9 Wire: 2 per window opening allowed.
22) Allowable Plating for Pre-Run Cars: Cars that have been pushed down or bent back or
the frame is ripped can be plated. The rule is from front bumper to a-arm 2-6”x1/4” plates
per side. Plates can be on 2 sides of frame. Back of a-arm to tranny crossmember 2-
6’x1/4” plates per side. Plates can be on 2 sides of frame. From tranny crossmember to
the center of the rear hump 2-6”x1/4” plates on 2 sides of frame. If you choose to use any
plates back to back there must be a 2” gap between plates together. Judges decisions
23) Window Openings: Windshield and rear window bars are allowed but can only be
welded or bolted no more than 3” onto the roof or rearward of window opening 3” (3” onto
the firewall or rear deck lid from the window opening) bars cannot be welded to dash bar
or safety cage (sheet metal only) window netting is allowed on driver’s side only (driver’s
door and driver’s passenger door no exceptions 2 per window!)
24) Roof Signs: Bigger than 3’ in length.
25) Any 80’s and Newer Cars are allowed to run in the Old-Iron Class: If you do this you
may leaf a nonleafed car. (Must follow leafing rule).
26) 2003 and Newer Crown Vic’s: Must run factory steel or aluminum cradles (bolted in 4
spots no welding) no homemade cradles.
FULL SIZE OLD IRON:
1) Full size old iron ( stock ) any American made full size sedan, no Imperials or suicide Lincolns station wagons are allowed in this class.
2) Hoods, trunks and doors are chain only except drivers door can be welded shut. 2 chains or cable per door. you may have 4 chains for hood and trunk.
3) Dash bar allowed and 1 bar behind driver, 12" behind driver max. you can have 1 bar per side connecting dash bar and behind driver. nothing mounting to floor of car.
4) No welding of frames anywhere! No frame repair or pre-run repair at all!
5) Bumpers may be welded on. (just use the welder) No additional steel at all!
6) All factory body mounts must be in place! except radiator support. No radi barrels!
7) There is no engine swaps, rear ends, drive shafts, cross members and no engine cradles or distributer protectors allowed! No cross marriages of engines and driveline, any air tire allowed.
8) This is an all stock full size demo special for July 3rd only! We will have 2012 rules for old iron this fall!
MIDSIZE (FWD ONLY) and COMPACT (FWD ONLY) MINI VAN:
1) Hoods and Trunks: Can be chained on 4 spots. (No bolts).
2) Doors: 2 chains per doors only, no welding. Driver’s door can be welded shut.
3) Bumpers: All bumpers must be of midsize nature. That means the car it came off must fit
into this class. (Cannot use Pinot’s, Gremlin’s, Mustang’s or rear wheel drive Imperials,
Impala, New Yorker, etc. Any rear wheel drive cars.) Also no reskinning factory FWD
bumper with other bumper or any steel. Judges decisions are final.
4) Frame and Body: No welding of frame or body seams.
5) Safety Bars: You are allowed to have safety bars (dash and driver).
1) All general rules apply to trucks.
2) 1/2 and 3/4 ton trucks will be permitted. 4-wheel drives must remove front drive shaft.
Suburbans are allowed.
3) Gas Tanks: Metal gas tanks recommended, plastic tanks must be mounted in metal box
and securely fastened to the floor and covered.
4) Doors, tailgates, box and cab maybe welded or chained.
5) Cab: Safety is a big concern for this class so make the inside of the cab safe. Dash bar,
behind the driver bar and door plate mandatory. Door plate cannot exceed 1” thick
extending no more than 3” past door opening seams and no more than 24” wide.
6) Suspensions: Factory a-arms may be welded but not to the frame. A-arm trucks may
have solid front suspension. Leaf springs maximum 10 leafs 1” stagger. 5 leaf spring
clamps allowed. 1/4” flat stock springs allowed but may not be welded.
7) Tires: Any air tires allowed. No bigger than 16”. All split rims must be welded.
8) Frames: No plating, boxing, doubling or adding crossmembers. 6”x6” 1/4” plate allowed
per bend. Must have a 2” gap between plates.
9) Hoods: 6 bolts 1” maximum 4”x4’ washers maximum or 6-3”x3”x4” angle iron welded to
hood and fender with ½” bolts through them.
10) Cooling System: Must remain in factory position radiators or radi-barrels. No kickers
form core support. Just bolts.
11) Transmission Coolers and Electric Fuel Pumps: Are allowed.
12) Bumpers: Any car bumper front or rear, engine cross breeding allowed. No homemade
bumpers. Bumpers must be automotive bumper. Bumper brackets can go 8” from back of
bumper onto the frame. No skid plates from center of bumper welded to frame.
13) Safety Cage: Safety cage can be bolted or welded to frame in 6 spots. Kickers from cage
cannot exceed rear driver.
14) Roll Bars: Can be bolted to cab in 6 spots and kickers can be mounted to bed floor not
to the frame 24” behind driver. Kickers off roll bar have to be at least 4” in front of the rear
front leaf spring shackle.
15) Box Mounts: 6 additional box mounts are allowed to hold box in place. Box mount
washers can be no bigger than 6”x6” 1/4”. Mounts can go through the frame or around
the frame. You can box the frame in 4” only where you have an extra mount (only where
the mount itself is located).