Mud Bog Rules
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The Central Alberta Raceways (CAR) has no express implied warranty of safety resulting from publication of, or complaint with these rules. They are intended as a guideline for conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to spectators or participants.
Participants are expected to be alert to inherent hazards of Mud Racing competition and are expected to exercise good safety precautions and procedures.
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The primary responsibility for the safe conduction and operation of Mud Racer in competition rests with vehicle owner and driver. The total responsibility for mud racing's progress is shared by everyone associated with the sport. Close observance of the standards set forth in this rulebook is an important fundamental. The standards set forth by the CAR will serve as guidelines based upon experience ands professional mud racing.
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Mud Racer's primary objective is to drive a 4x4 vehicle through a pit of mud as fast and as far as possible and become the overall champion. C.A.R affords every Mud Race an equal opportunity at the title. Mud racing competition consists of classes for vehicles used in everyday aspects of the street, to classes that are designed for the professional vehicle that is not driven on the street.
Individuals compete against the clock in attempt to have the fastest time while driving through a mud pit. In order to allow each competitor the fairest start possible.
Time starts when the light turns green and stops when the vehicle crosses an electronic beam at the finish line. Individuals compete against the clock. Winners in each class are determined by the combined time from both days' runs (using the best 3 of 4). The fastest combined time determines the winner. In the event that the electronic timer fails, a rerun will be awarded. If a complete run is not made, a measurement to the front of the vehicle is used to determine the distance traveled. Winners in each class are determined by combined distance from both days' runs. The farthest combined distance is the winner.
Distance and time are kept on all runs. In the event of a tie, the combined distance plus the combined time is used, with the fastest time determining the winner.
Distance and /or time are awarded to the vehicle, not the driver. A vehicle may only compete ONCE in any class.
All competing vehicles stage with the staging light and must come to a complete stop before breaking the start beam. Failure to stop will result in an automatic disqualification (DQ) for that pass. Staging time is the time it takes to be at the start line in your running order. Pit officials have the authority to decide on the eligibility of a particular run.
Competitors and their vehicles should be prepared to be on time for their run and be in the staging order. Reasonable staging time is at the discretion of pit officials. All vehicles must be pulled forward. Only exception is if a vehicle breaks down within the 1st twenty-five feet, the driver can opt to be DQ'd for the pass and be pulled out backwards.
Staging must be done under the vehicles own power.
Reverse at any time during a run is an AUTOMATIC DQ!! Once you have broken staging beam you can no longer back up.
Any vehicle that comes out of the pit or in contact with any equipment is DQ’d for that run.
If a vehicle starts at the lights before the green light and the red light comes up on the tree - you will be DQ’d.
Once a vehicle has ceased forward motion and been flagged, it is not permitted to move again.
Vehicles that dig unnecessary holes in the pit are automatically disqualified for that run.
Driver's hands must be visible to the flagman during hook-up.
In Non Nitrous classes, Pit officials check to ensure that Nitrous bottles are sealed and tapped off.
Any competitor found to be running illegal will forfeit all points acquired during current race year and be fined the amount of any race payouts won. Fines must be paid back to C.A.R prior to the competitor competing in the next high class for the remainder of the race year, if the vehicle meets the standard of the lower class the next year, the competitor shall be allowed to race in the lower class again.
Violation of any governed rule shall constitute a disqualification.
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- Stock vehicles must have seatbelts. Modified stock must have a 4 point seatbelt.
- CSA approved helmets and seatbelts must be worn during competition and pullout and driver’s must be clothed from wrist to toe.
- All drivers of alcohol and nitrous powered vehicles must wear a minimum SFI single layer race suit or a safety equivalent suit to accommodate larger size racers.
- Co-drivers (passengers) must have the same equipment and follow the same rules as drivers AND ONLY ALLOWED IN STREET,STOCK AND MOD-STOCK CLASSES. No passengers are allowed to ride in the top 3 classes.
- A minimum 2.5lb dry chemical fire extinguisher mounted for easy access is required in all classes. An on board 5lb fire system is required on all alcohol burning or blown (supercharged) vehicles.
- Batteries must be secured and are NOT allowed in the driver's compartment. All batteries must be completely enclosed AND VENTED IF IN DRIVERS’ COMPARTMENT.
- No fuel lines, fuel pumps or fuel pressure gauge lines are permitted in the driver's compartment, unless OEM or NHRA approved gauges have been installed.
- Nitrous Oxide may be in the driver's compartment if properly mounted and vented to the outside of the driver's compartment.
- All competing vehicles must have a hard top or OEM roll cage. All open top vehicles and vehicles in Pro-Modified and Super Modified must have a minimum 6-point roll cage (attached to the frame). Roll cage must be competition roll cage consisting of 1 5/8" x .120 wall thickness mid steel tubing or 1 5/8" x .065 wall thickness, 4130 chrome molly tubing for the main 6-point cage structure. Any vehicle with a roll cage built prior to 11/09/96 will be accepted pending Safety Committee approval.
- Super Stock may run full production carburetor or interior and glass. If any gutting of cab interior, vehicles in Super Stock must run a roll cage of the same standard as Pro-Modified and Super Modified.
- All competing vehicles must have a windshield or a piece of lexan in front of the driver, or the driver must wear goggles.
- All vehicles must have tow hooks ATTACHED AT THE FRONT AND REAR OF THE VECHICLE.
- All classes, except Stock, must have transmission and clutch shatter shields (1/4"aluminum, or 1/8"), transmission blanket or 1/2" minimum conveyor belt.
- All u-joints must have a 360 degree guard around (2" min. with, steel 1/16" or aluminum 1/8") excluding stock.
- Drive shafts must have a drive shaft loop every 24" or minimum 1 per shaft at the front of the shaft. Loop must be made of 3/8" round steel or 1/2" round aluminum or equivalent, excluding Stock.
- All vehicles must have functional brakes and steering system.
- All vehicles with engine driven fan blades are required to have a fan shroud.
- No loose objects are permitted in the vehicle during competition.
- All vehicles must have fuel tanks of fuel cells properly mounted inside the confines of the frame / roll cage and outside of drivers compartment.
- All Super charged vehicles are required to use aluminum blower studs and have NHRA approved blower restraints. Blower belt shields are required.
- All competing vehicles must be equipped with full floor pan under the driver's compartment and a firewall between the driver and the engine(s). These must be a minimum thickness of 0.06" and must be constructed of sheet metal or aluminum. Vehicles built before rule change requires OEM.
- Nitro Methane is prohibited in all classes.
- All modified, Pro-modified and Super Modified vehicles must have a kill switch mounted on the back of the vehicle clearly visible and accessible location. The switch must kill ALL power in the vehicle.
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Head pit officials are the people in charge of the pit personnel, during the event itself, these officials will be people with authority to suspend or disqualify a driver or vehicle from competition. The decision of the official on any point in question will be final. Any protests or complaints must go to the Rules Committee. If the Rule Committee is called on any point in question, their decision will be final.
CENTRAL ALBERTA RACEWAYS IS DEDICATED TO THE SAFTEY OF EVERYONE INVOLVED IN THE SPORT OF MUD RACING FROM THE COMPETITOR TO THE SPECTATOR.