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JB'S POWER CENTRE STREET LEGAL

JB'S POWER CENTRE STREET LEGAL

**IMPORTANT NOTICE** The JB's Power Center sceduled for Friday, August 11 has been CANCELLED** In lieu of, we will be welcoming Street Legal competitors to join us on Sunday August 13 during the NHRA Bracket Drags.- Gates Open at 8am- Racing 10am-4pm.

The NHRA sanctioned 1/4 mile Drag strip at Castrol Raceway is home to one of Canada’s fastest growing factions of Street Rods and Sport Compact Cars. Since the inception of the "Fast and The Furious" sub-culture the demand for extreme sports is ever increasing. Competitors and spectators jump at the chance to see their friends, family and adversaries compete on the quarter mile.

Castrol Raceway works very closely with the Leduc RCMP, Stony Plain RCMP, Edmonton Police Service, and numerous local High Schools to not only promote the sport, but to encourage young street racers to take their passion for speed to a safe environment.

The 2017 racing season will host numerous “Street Legal” events, many of which will be held under the lights, late into the mid summer evenings.

Join us at Castrol Raceway and race your vehicle during the weekly JB’s Power Centre Street Legal.  As long as your vehicle is register-able and insurable... you’re good to go! Streel Legal is presented in conjunction with Edmonton Police Service’s Blue Line Racing Association, and the RCMP’s Y.I.E.L.D. program.

Friday Nights: Gates open at 5:00pm and racing starts at 6:30pm. Tech Closes at 9pm most evenings.
  

JB’s Power Centre Street Legal Rules and Regulations

The following shall apply to all Street Legal competitors and vehicles.

These rules are subject to the discretion of the Tech Department and/or Street Legal Coordinator.


General Regulations 

  • Entry fee is $40 Car & Driver
  • All vehicles must be accompanied by the registered owner and or signed letter from registered owner.
  • All vehicles must be register-able and insurable.  Under this rule cars must pass a vehicle inspection i.e. all working lights, horn, on road equipment and must have street functioning exhaust (may have open headers, but headers must exit under car and away from driver).  Cars not able to pass vehicle inspection for street equipment will be permitted to race at the discretion of the race officials of Castrol Raceway; however, every attempt will be made to keep this a Street Legal event. 
  • All racers must have a valid Driver’s License.
  • All racers, crew and spectators must sign the Castrol Raceway waiver as they enter the facility through the drag competitor gates.
  • Anyone that races the vehicle must sign the tech card.
  • Passengers will be allowed – time permitting. All passenger runs must be single passes only and be 14 seconds and slower with no one under age of 14
  • All vehicles will be inspected in accordance with NHRA General ET Safety Regulations.
  • As we race at night, all vehicles must have all working heads, tail and marker lights to be able to run.
  • Weekend bracket racer: Any bracket racer wanting to race at Street Legal is prohibited.  Any bracket car that does not meet street legal rules and wishes to test or license a new driver has to contact Mike Heil, Castrol Raceway - Drag Director one (1) day prior to the Street Legal date if you want to Test Or License new car. 
  • Due to the cost and the severity of oil downs at Castrol Raceway, during the 2017 season of Street Legal all cars and trucks running faster the 10:00 in the ¼ mile must have an approved engine containment device.  If you do not have one, the driver of the car is responsible for the cleanup costs due to not having containment device.
  • Tires and slicks : any competition tire or street tires are permitted.  An amendment to this is 2008. Please see the 2008 and newer rules below.
  • 2008 and newer rule: 11.50 Roll Bar Rule Update: This group is limited to any unaltered 2008 or newer foreign or domestic, production type automobile or truck excluding Diesel truck, that is street driven with proof of registration, vehicle insurance with valid license plates. These vehicles are limited to street events, test & tune and select import events. These vehicles may run provided all of the criteria listed within this section is verified prior to participation. as those for the Summit Racing Series with the following exception. Unaltered 2008 OEM model-year and newer production cars running slower than 9.99 and 135 mph do not have to meet the requirements and specifications for the Summit Racing Series except for the following: Convertibles and T-tops must meet Summit Racing Series roll-bar and roll-cage requirements. Note: Tires used may be other than OEM, but they must be DOTapproved.
  • 2008 and newer rule: Other changes/modifications to items such as but not limited to intake air systems, exhaust systems, computer programming from the factory OEM equipment are considered “alterations.” As such, 2008 and newer vehicles with changes/modifications must meet the Summit Racing Series rules. All drivers must meet the Summit Racing Series helmet and protective-clothing requirements. At Street Legal events. Vehicles must pass all provincial/state highway safety requirements in which the vehicle is registered prior to acceptance. The vehicles OEM installed anti lock brakes, airbag function and seat belts as well as any other related system must be functional as per the manufacturers specifications at all times.
  • All drivers must utilize helmet and protective clothing requirements as per the minimum specifications outlined in the 2017 NHRA Rulebook under the ET Handicap Racing section 4 page 1.


Street Legal Tech Guidelines (not including Motorcycles, Quads or Sleds)

These are basic guidelines. All vehicles must be capable of meeting the appropriate NHRA safety requirements for their performance level. For further information please refer to the NHRA rulebook, available on line at NHRA.com

  • All vehicles must have functioning seatbelts.
  • All vehicles must have a Radiator overflow catch can.
  • No plastic or glass fuel filters allowed.
  • 12” total rubber fuel line allowed.
  • No plastic oil or oil gauge lines allowed.
  • All automatic vehicles must have a working neutral safety switch.
  • All batteries must be securely mounted. Relocated batteries must have a rear mounted cut off switch – see the NHRA rulebook.
  • All tires must be in good condition with all lug nuts in place. Remove hubcaps and beauty rings from wheels.
  • Trunk, Truck boxes and passenger compartment must be empty prior to racing. This includes laptop computers which must be secured in the location its placed.
  • Drivers must wear at least: full length pants, shoes, a sleeved shirt. 11.50 and slower  (No shorts, sandals, or tank tops).
  • All participants must have an approved helmet for ET running. (A minimum number of helmets are available for rent in the drag tower for $10 per night)
  • Drive shaft loop mandatory on all cars running 13.99 or quicker that are running slicks. Also required on all cars running 11.49 or quicker on street tires
  • Cars running faster than 11.49 must have an approved roll bar, SFI Legal belts and jacket.
  • Cars running faster than 10.99 must have approved aftermarket axles and balancer.
  • Cars running faster than 9.99 must have an approved roll cage / Chassis Certification and  Competition License.
  • Speed limits are 40 km/h on the return road and 10km/h (or less) in the pit area. No Stunting Permitted.


Street Legal Tech Guidelines for Motorcycles, Quads and/or Sleds

These are basic guidelines. All vehicles must be capable of meeting the appropriate NHRA safety requirements for their performance level. For further information please refer to the NHRA rulebook, available on line at NHRA.com

  • Motorcycles, Quads, and Sleds. Must have a minimum of a leather jacket, approved helmet, gloves and boots (boots must cover be above the ankle).
  • Motorcycles faster than 120 mph or that run quicker than 10.99 must have full leathers and a lanyard style engine kill switch.
  • Sleds must be equipped with a lanyard style engine kill switch and if they are faster than 120 mph or that run quicker than 10.99 must have full leathers.
  • Quads are only permitted to run to the 1/8th mile and must have ‘smooth’ roadway type tires.


How the Racer can help make this a fun activity for everyone

  • Maintain the speed limits in the pits and on the return road.
  • Keep your lights on after dark.
  • Have your Tech Card filled out and ready to go when the tech inspector reaches you. Make sure all people intending to drive have signed the tech card.
  • Watch out for moving vehicles at all times.
  • No one under the age of 14 is permitted in staging lanes.
  • Listen to the direction of all officials and Castrol Raceway personnel.

Quicker cars

  • All cars running 11.50 and quicker will be run out of the far left staging lane in the staging area.
  • All cars must meet the NHRA Safety Regulations to run their ET.
  • The track will be re-prepped prior to the 11.50 cars running required.


***No vehicle that is trailered to the track will be allowed to run antifreeze***