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Enduro Rules

Enduro Race Rules 2014

General Rules

1. The first car to complete 200 laps or the leader after ( 3 ) hours is the winner.

2. Each car and driver must be entered. Passengers are allowed.

3. The race will begin from a standing start with a maximum of 130 cars starting.

4. This is a endurance race not a demolition derby! Drivers that are determined by track officials to be intentionally wrecking other cars may be penalized laps. 

5. The red flag will be displayed if the track is blocked and racing can't continue, all cars must stop. ( Cars moving under the red will receive a five-lap penalty ) 
The race will be restarted with the cars in the same position as before the red flag. 
A car involved in the blockage that can continue may do so.

6. Cars will be allowed to enter the hot-pits for repairs or servicing. Re-entry to the racing surface will be allowed as the pit official indicates.
Pit stops will be permitted under green conditions only. 
( Pitting under/during a red flag will result in a five-lap penalty. )

7. Radios are not permitted in cars, pits or grandstand.

8. Transponders will be used for scoring. 
Each car must have a transponder mounted before entering the racing surface.
Drivers responsible for the transponder mounted to their car, if a transponder is lost or damaged driver is responsible for repair or replacement.

9. Pit stops must be achieved in an orderly and safe fashion. 
Cars entering the regular pit area are done for the event, work on cars in the hot-pit area only.

10. There will be a claiming rule in effect for competitors. 
Any car that finishes in the money can be claimed by the driver owner or another car that finished in any money paying position. The price will be $1000.00 in cash. 
If the owner of the car being claimed dose not accept the $1000.00, he/she dose not get paid for any position. 
All claiming must be done within 10 minutes of completion of the event and be in writing.
Racing seats and belts are not included in the claim.

Car and Body

1. Any 1960 or newer car is eligible. No pick-ups, four wheel drives,or  jeep type vehicles.
4, 6 , or 8 cylinder engines. 
Minimum stock wheelbase allowed 105 inches for V-8, 88 inches for V-6 or 4 cylinder.

2. Roll cage optional. Gutting of factory interior panels only allowed for roll cage clearance.
EXAMPLE: you may remove the inner door bracing if you are replacing it with door bars.

3. No-bracing in the bumper areas. 
However, bumpers should be chained or cabled as a safety item to help retain the bumper.

4. All doors must be welded, chained, or bolted shut.

5. Removal of windshield is optional.
If removed, 3/4 of opening must be replaced with a screen.

6. Racing approved shoulder harness and lap belts are recommended. Racing seats allowed.

7. All burnable type material, floor mats, head liners, rear seats, etc. must be removed. 
The rear seat shelf must be left in as the fire stop, and any openings to the trunk area must be enclosed.

8. Complete bumper to bumper steel unibody must be retained. No lightening permitted.

9. The stock steel unaltered floor pan, firewalls, trunk and wheel wells must be retained. 
( Fuel cells, properly attached may be located in the trunk. )

10. Cars must retain their strictly stock appearance, no cutting chopping, channeling, or shortening allowed. Hoods must be kept in place at all times.

11. Mesh window nets are permitted, but must be removable. 

Suspension, Tires, Wheels, Weights

1. Suspension parts must remain absolutely stock for that make and model car. 
No spacers, lumber or chains, etc. may be used to alter stock suspension of that car.

2. Stock wheels only.

3. Dot legal tires must pass through a 9" hoop at bulge. 
No gumball tires, no "DOT" stamped racing tires, no treated tires.

4. No additional weight may be added to the car.


1. The engines must be strictly stock for that model and make and in its original mounts. 
No aftermarket external oil coolers.

2. A/C and heat components may be removed.

3. Smog equipment may be removed.

4. Minimum 18 lbs. of vacuum at 1000 RPM.

5. Air cleaner to oil pan must be all factory equipment!


1. Stock transmission and rear end only. No aftermarket external oil coolers.


1. Fuel cells permitted, and may be placed in the trunk area if securely fastened, or gas tanks must be original and remain in original location.
Must have two (2) metal holding straps.

2. Batteries may be relocated but must be contained in a marine container or comparable container securely fastened.

3. All plastic grills must be removed or replaced with screen mesh.
Headlights, tail lights, and outer trim must be removed.

4. Any loss of wheel or tire requires your immediate leaving the race course.
Continuing on a flat tire is not permitted.

5. Rupture of your gas tank and/or loss of gas requires immediate black flag.

6. No locked rears.

7. Approved helmet required.

8. Any driver climbing out of a car during the green flag may be disqualified.

9. Cars will hold their position until the green flag is displayed.

10. The yellow flag will not be used. 
If there are cars with breakdowns or crashed, the other cars will avoid them and continue to race.

11. The red flag will be displayed ONLY if the track is blocked and racing cannot continue, or to remove a injured participant. All cars must stop under the red flag. 
The race will be restarted with the cars in the same position as before the red flag. 
Any car involved in the blockage that can continue to race may do so. 
The flagman will indicate the middle of the race.
The white flag will indicate the leader is on the final lap.

Starting Position Assignment

1. All starting positions and car numbers will be assigned in the order of entry into the event.
Only pre-register must bring a can of spray paint ( in a contrasting color to the base color of the car ) to add the number to the car at the track. 
The earlier you enter the better your starting position.


All rules are determined by Altus Speedway and ALL Decisions are final!
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