2020 TEAM CLASS--for Spring Shootout, it will be run as individuals instead of teams.



2020 TEAM CLASS RULES--For Spring Shootout 2020, it will be $60 and run as individuals instead of Teams due to low interest from the participants in having Teams. Contact Dean Kester if you have questions.

TEAM Class is open to all licensed drivers 16 and over. Those individuals under 18 must have a notarized permit signed by parent/guardian.

The following rules and regulations shall take precedence over all rules previously released.


2003 and newer Vics must have stock cradle (No reinforcement of stock cradle). No jeeps, trucks or convertibles. (Rancheros and El Caminos are considered trucks). No Carryalls, Hearse, Limos. No Imperials or Imperial sub frames allowed. No Lincolns ‘61 to ‘70. Driver may maneuver forward or backward. No deliberate driver’s door hits. If a driver does not hit another active car within one minute that car/driver will be disqualified. No sandbagging. If you are sandbagging, the race will be stopped and a sandbagger flag will be placed on your car. Cars must move when hit or show visible damage. Driver must remain in their car WITH THEIR HELMET ON until car is removed from track or officials tell you that you may exit. Helmet strap must be fastened. Helmet must remain worn during competition.


You must have number on both doors big enough to read and bright enough color to see. Also must have number on roof with name on roof above front doors. Use your choice of number. If more than one of the same number shows up you may have to change your number. No profanity allowed on cars. Roof signs are accepted. 


Any engine or transmission is allowed. Engines must be stock motor mounts. Lower engine cradle will be allowed (this is to only protect engine block). You may tie engines down using 2 chains, no more than 2 links of 3/8” chain welded to frame. 


Stock location only. 


Tranny coolers are allowed. No additional transmission protectors allowed. 


Must be in a secure position and be covered with something nonflammable such as rubber tube, rubber floor mat, etc. Batteries must be secured so they don’t move. (2) 12 volt batteries max. 


Any 5 lug OEM car rear end can be run. One simple rear end brace, from backing plate, no wider that 3” x 3” allowed. 

Cannot be used to reinforce car in any way. 


May be shortened or lengthened or you may use slip drive shaft. 


No welding suspension parts AT ALL. All must remain stock UNLESS STATED BELOW: 

May be shortened or lengthened with no more than one inch overlap. No other reinforcement. A-arms may be bolted with one 5/8” bolt or nine wired (with 4 wraps), or one 3/8” chain (1 wrap), or can be welded with two 2” wide by 3” long straps. None of the above may be used as reinforcement. Spring spacers are allowed. Leaf springs must be stock thickness and width with 3” stagger in rear and 2” in front. You may add a maximum of 4 leaf spring clamps with a maximum material thickness of ¼” and no wider than 1½”. 


The steering column may be modified form box to steering wheel. 

Brakes must be in stock location. 

Aftermarket floor shifter and gas pedal are allowed. 


Hood must remain in factory position. 6 hood bolts allowed only the 2 core support bolts may go through the frame outside of radiator, in factory location. Bolts must not be any bigger than 1” with washers no bigger than 6” outside diameter. You must have 2 holes cut in the hood big enough for fire extinguisher, not directly over carburetor. You may use 20 bolts around header holes no bigger than SAE 3/8” with washers no bigger than 1” outside diameter. 


You can use four ¾” bolts in trunk and 2 may go through frame with washers no bigger than 6 inches outside diameter. Trunk lids must remain on factory hinges. Tucking or V’ing of trunk lid is allowed, but absolutely no wedging. You may chain or nine wire. NO MORE THAN 50% OF TRUCK MAY BE TUCKED. You may also weld trunk lid 5” leave 5” with 2” x ¼” strap. Or bolt with 12 3/8” bolts. Creasing allowed but cannot be double creased. 


No seam welding, no patching. Pre-denting and creasing are allowed (no DOUBLE CREASING). 


Fenders may be trimmed and 10 bolts may be used per fender. Bolts are to be no bigger than 3/8” with washers no bigger than 1” outside diameter. Fenders may be trimmed, bolted or welded (with weld 1” skip 1”). Quarter panels must remain vertical within 3” of OEM position.


May be replaced with up to ¾” bolts. All bolts must be inside frame with maximum washer size of 3”. WITH 1” SPACERS.


The only welding on frame acceptable is as follows: front side of a-arms forward, top seam only, ½” wide weld. No added metal. 

12” maximum behind a-arms tilting will be allowed using rules as mentioned above. Max ½” wide welds. 


Four plates (4”x 5”x ¼ ) will be allowed as repair plates. These are only repair plates and must be visually necessary repairs only. ALL DAMAGE MUST BE VISIBLE. NO EXCEPTIONS. Must have 3 inch gap in between repair plates and all other brackets. 


Driver’s door may be welded solid with a strap no bigger than 3”, on the outside only. All other doors you may weld 5” on 5” off with strap no bigger than 3”. Or you may chain or wire doors shut. NO WLEDING ON WAGON TAILGATES. You may chain, nine wire or bolt in four places. 


You may have a cage with two side bars and three cross bars. The cage cannot extend past the dash area in the front and must be no further back than 2 inches in front of inner fender wells in the back. This can be welded in. Absolutely no kickers. You may have a halo bar. Must be vertical and within 12 inches of driver’s seat. None of the care or halo can connect to the frame. Halo cannot connect to the windshield bars or the roof sign. Cage must be a minimum of 4” off floor and no higher than bottom of door windows. 

You are allowed a gas tank protector cannot be more than 24” wide following same rules as above. Must be 2 inches off package tray. 


Must start with a factory bumper. May reinforce the inside of bumper but must remain stock. Bumpers may be reinforced no wider than frame rails. OUTSIDE OF BUMPERS MUST BE STOCK. Must have hole in the end of the bumper. Bumpers can only be reinforced between front bumper skin and stock backing. NO homemade pointy’s. No reconfiguration of stock bumpers. Bumpers must be mounted in front of core support bolts. All bumpers and brackets must be passenger car origin, No rear brackets on front. All brackets and shocks must be mounted outside of frame unless factory shocks were mounted inside of frame (example 80’s Ford). Cadillac and Y frame Chryslers must be mounted outside of frame. Bumpers and brackets may be welded solid to frame. NO brackets may extend further back than 10” from core support bolt. (DO NOT MOVE, RESHAPE OR REALLIGN CORE SUPPORT BOLT HOLES) 

You may run 2 additional 4”x8”x¼” straps per bumper and may be welded to frame to hold bumper. Bumper height from ground limited to 16” minimum with 22” maximum from bottom of bumper. For front of cars you must use front bumper brackets. No rear brackets on front (OEM). ANYTHING EXCESSIVE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED. IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION CALL DEAN PRIOR TO EVENT. 



Maximum tank size is 7 gallons of gas. Fuel cells/metal boat tanks must be placed in back seat area and properly secured. NO STOCK TANKS. Fuel cells must secured so there is no movement (do not use bungee cords for this). If tank is not secure you will not be running. Fuel cells must have secure caps and be leak proof. All fuel lines must have no leaks. Stock gas tanks must be removed or have holes in them and washed out. NO PLASTIC TANKS (heavy plastic racing fuel cells may be used). You must have a shield of metal or tin between driver and gas tank (this may be mounted with screws). 


Tire inside of tire is allowed. Fork lift tires okay. No fluid inside of tires. Valve stem protectors are allowed. No reinforcing of rims except around bolt holes (2” maximum on outside diameter of lug holes). 

*9 WIRE 

Unlimited amount may be used (PLEASE CALL DEAN AT 785-425-8432 WITH QUESTIONS). 


1. Cars must have at least one bar attached from roof down to dash area to prevent hood from coming in. 

2. Radiator overflow hose must be pointed at the ground and fastened so they cannot shoot water towards officials or other drivers. 

3. Header pipes must be pointing straight up, cannot be aimed towards front of car. 

4. NOTE: if you have a hole in the firewall it should be covered. 

5. Safety belts required. 

6. D.O.T. approved helmets mandatory. Any driver using an open faced helmet will not be covered by insurance if facial injury occurs. 

7. Safety glasses or shield recommended. 

8. Mandatory: you must wear long pants and a shirt. Fire suit recommended. 

9. 2 fires and you are out unless it’s a fuel fire then it’s just 1 fire and you are out. 

10. No alcoholic beverages or drugs allowed in pit area or on the track. 


12. NOTE: Management does have the right to disqualify a car/driver at any time. Any person on track or causing trouble and not complying with the rules will be asked to leave (we can have you escorted off or have you arrested and you can be banned from running or being in pit area at future Prowler Promotions events). 

13. Protests must be made no later than 5 minutes after the heat in question. No protests will be taken after the feature event. Only DRIVERS are allowed to protest a car. Officials will re-inspect the top cars. 

These rules are for TEAM Class and will remain TEAM Class. DO NOT do any more than what is stated in these rules. Do not do anything to make your car illegal after inspection. If this happens you will be disqualified and no return of entry. Officials have the right to re-inspect your cars at any time. THIS IS THE MAXIMUM ALLOWANCE OF WHAT YOU CAN DO IN THIS CLASS.