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TABLE OF CONTENTS
2015 NHRA
MEMBER TRACK
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
BLANK FORMS 1
NATIONAL DRAGSTER 2
MARKETING / PROMO KITS 3
NATIONAL FIELD OFFICE 4
TECHNICAL SERVICES 5
INSURANCE 6
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SECTION 1
BLANK FORMS
1. 2015 Member Track Calendar
2. Member Track Order Form
3. Track Update Form
4. Publications Order Form
5. Track Announcer’s Guild Application
6. Duplicate Wally Order Form – American Dragway Trophy
7. Duplicate Wally Order Form – Crown Awards
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2015 NHRA
MEMBER TRACK SCHEDULE
TRACK ___________________________________________________ DIVISION ___________________
TRACK OPERATOR _____________________________________________________________________
In the absence of a printed 2015 schedule of events, please circle every day that your track will be open to the public.
JANUARY
S M T W T F S
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
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18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 31
MAY
S M T W T F S
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3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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17 18 19 20 21 22 23
25 26 27 28 29 30
SEPTEMBER
S M T W T F S
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6 7 8 9 10 11 12
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20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30
FEBRUARY
S M T W T F S
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22 23 24 25 26 27 28
JUNE
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28 29 30
OCTOBER
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25 26 27 28 29 30 31
MARCH
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JULY
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19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31
NOVEMBER
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22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30
APRIL
S M T W T F S
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5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30
AUGUST
S M T W T F S
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
25 26 27 28 29
DECEMBER
S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31
List any race day(s) sanctioned by NHRA as a special Divisional or National event:
Date(s): __________________________________________ Event: ________________________________________
Date(s): __________________________________________ Event: ________________________________________
Date(s): __________________________________________ Event: ________________________________________
List any race day(s) sanctioned by an approved alternate sanctioning organization (ASO):
Date(s): __________________________________________ Event: ________________________________________
Date(s): __________________________________________ Event: ________________________________________
Date(s): __________________________________________ Event: ________________________________________
Total 2015 Track Event Days (circled above) _________
Total Sanctioned/ASO Event Days (circled above) _________
Actual 2015 NHRA Member Track Event Days _________
(Total event days minus the sanctioned event days)
SUBMIT TO DIVISION DIRECTOR
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NHRA MEMBER TRACK TECH CARD AND WARNING SIGN ORDER FORM
TRACK NAME:
CONTACT PERSON:
SHIPPING ADDRESS:
CITY
STATE:
ZIP:
PHONE #:
FAX #:
TECHNICAL INSPECTION FORMS – $79 PER THOUSAND, PLUS SHIPPING
List quantities for available text colors; all on white card stock only:
Black Red Blue Green Qty. Total
JDRL Total
WARNING SIGNS – $15 EACH, PLUS SHIPPING QTY.
#1 – Warning Drag Racing is Hazardous.
Injury to spectators is possible in all areas of the track. Promoters and Track Owners assume
NO liability for injuries. You attend at your own risk.
(Recommended at all entry gates.)
#2 – Warning Hazardous Area
Restricted Area – Do not enter unless authorized.
(Recommended at all entries to restricted areas.)
#3 – Participants under 14 years of age must remain in the enclosed portion of the crew vehicle.
(Recommended at head of staging or area where tow vehicles would enter restricted area.)
#4 – You are entering a spectator area, proceed with caution.
(Recommended at entry to pits from return road.)
MAIL OR FAX THE COMPLETED FORM TO:
NHRA Field Office
Attention: Jennifer Lowe
2035 Financial Way, Glendora, CA 91741
Phone (626) 250-2271 | Fax (626) 914-8963
SHIPPING OPTIONS (ALL SHIPPING CHARGES TO BE PAID BY MEMBER TRACK)
 Next Day Air  2nd Day Air  3 Day Saver  Ground
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ORDER!
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NHRA MEMBER TRACK INFORMATION UPDATE FORM
Only mark changes then return to your Division office.
Reasons for submitting:
Date Completed Completed By:
Track Division
1/8 mile JDRL Program Summit ET Program
Website
Published Phone Number Office Fax
Owner
Owner Phone Owner Cell Owner Home
Contact 2 Contact 2 Title
Contact 2 Phone Contact 2 Cell Contact 2 Home
Shipping Address
Shipping Address 2
Shipping City Shipping St Shipping Zip
If a secondary address is used in winter months please designate months at this address
2 nd Shipping Address
2 nd Shipping Address 2
2 nd Shipping City 2 nd Shipping St 2 nd Shipping Zip
Mailing Address
Mailing Address 2
Mailing City Mailing St Mailing Zip
Physical Address
Physical Address 2
Physical City Phys St Phys Zip
Email 1
Email 2
Email 3
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Shipping/Billing Information
Company Name:______________________________________________ Contact ________________________________________
Shipping Address: _____________________________________________ City, State, ZIP __________________________________
Billing Address: _______________________________________________ City, State, ZIP __________________________________
Contact phone: ______________________________________________ Contact E-mail: _________________________________
Payment Method (choose one)
Bill Me Check Enclosed (payable to NHRA)
Charge my: Visa MasterCard American Express Discover
Card No. _________________________________________________Exp. Date: _____________ 3-Digit Security Code: __________
Cardholder Signature:__________________________________________________________________________________________
Terms and Conditions
Your purchase is non-refundable. Prices subject to change without notice.
Shipping cost is included (Ground delivery, U.S. and Possessions only. See below for outside U.S.)
Outside the U.S.
Please contact NHRA for a shipping estimate at (626) 250-2275 or nwheeler@nhra.com Please furnish appropriate customs forms
with your order to avoid unnecessary delays. All prices are in U.S. dollars.
NHRA Rulebook (Retail price $10)
10-49 copies $4.80 ea
50-499 copies $3.80 ea
500 copies $3.30 ea NHRA Rulebook Quantity:________ @ $________EA = Total________
NHRA Summit Racing Jr. Drag Racing League Rulebook (Retail price $2)
10-49 copies $1.80 ea
50-more copies $1.30 ea JDRL Rulebook Quantity:________ @ $________EA = Total________
NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series Fan Guide (Retail price $5)
10-49 copies $2.55 ea
50-499 copies $2.05 ea
500 copies $1.80 ea Fan Guide Quantity:________ @ $________EA = Total________
Sales tax: Please add applicable sales tax:
CA 9%, FL 6%, GA 7%, IN 7%, OH 7.25%, WA 9.4%, LA 9%, MO 4.225% ________
GRAND TOTAL ________
Special Mailing Instructions/Comments
____________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________
Mail to NHRA Rulebooks, PO Box 5555, Glendora, CA 91740-0950 or Fax to (626) 914-4601
For more information, call (626) 250-2275 or e-mail nwheeler@nhra.com
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NHRA Track Announcers Guild
As an announcer for an NHRA drag strip, you have the unique opportunity to become a member of
the NHRA Track Announcers Guild. From ideas initiated in the summer of 1983, this organization
has grown to include NHRA national event announcers and local announcers from every NHRA
division. Wally Parks and Bernie Partridge were the founding forces to set the standards for this
group.
The purpose of the Track Announcers Guild is to promote higher quality track announcing by instilling professional pride, giving guidance through special aids and communications, and to bring
recognition to this important part of the drag strip operation.
The TAG membership includes the bi-monthly newsletter, TAG Line, which provides news and topics to members; TAG seminars, meetings, a pin, decals and a special membership card for admission to one NHRA national event per year; discounted merchandise opportunities from MainGate
Inc; discounted fees for NHRA membership; and a subscription to National Dragster.
Announcers are the voice of every drag strip operation. They keep the spectators and racers informed and sell the drag racing program. Membership in the Track Announcers Guild will make
every announcer more informed. That benefits everyone involved with drag racing.
You can become a member by sending $75.00 for your TAG membership to:
Track Announcers Guild
3130 Quail Ridge Road
Bettendorf, IA 52722
You will also need to include a check for $30 made payable to NHRA for an associate NHRA
membership if you are not currently a member of NHRA. If you are a member, please send a copy
of your membership card.
APPLICATION
Name
Address
City, State, Zip
Track
Home
Work
Cell
e-mail
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VISA MC AMX DISC
Sales Tax:
Illinois Residents only add 9.25%
Shipments to Canada, Hawaii,
Alaska add 10% freight
AMERICAN DRAGWAY TROPHY, CO.
For Further Information
Call Ben
1-312-939-3252
OR FAX — 1-312-939-3255
AMERICAN DRAGWAY TROPHY, CO.
1006 S. MICHIGAN AVE.
5th floor
CHICAGO, IL 60605
*If 5 or more National Event Trophies are ordered, ($247.25 trophy), they will be discounted at $232.75 each.
**On a $166.75 trophy, 5 or more ordered, will be discounted @ $151.75 each. ** $172, pewter $157. **$264.50 brite gold=$249.50 each.
Discount will apply even if trophy sizes and/or events are mixed. *Free freight on orders. Canada, Hawaii, Alaska add 10%.
TRORDFM.DOC UPDATED 12/3/07
National Event Class Winner, Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series,
King of the Track or Sport Compact Series@ $166.75/ea**
National Event Trophy @ $247.25/ea *
NAME
DUPLICATE TROPHY ORDER FORM
SHIPPING ADDRESS(NO P.O. BOXES)
CITY STATE ZIP
daytime tel.
Best Appearing Car, Crew or
Engineering Award@ $166.75/ea**
JDRL Champion@ $196.50/ea
JDRL Team Champ@ $138.00/ea
Runner-Up@ $143.75/ea
National Dragster Challenge@ $172.00/ea**
Sportsman National Champion (brite gold) @ $264.50***
Junior Division Champion @ $149.50
Division Champion (brite gold) @ $269.50***
#ordered = $
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NHRA Duplicate Order Form for "The Wally"
YOUR INFORMATION:
NAME:
NAME OF YOUR BUSINESS (IF APPLICABLE)
STREET ADDRESS
CITY/STATE/ZIP:
DAYTIME PHONE:
E-MAIL ADDRESS:
TROPHY INFORMATION:
EVENT NAME:
DATE OF EVENT:
OFFICIAL TRACK NAME (not city/state):
DIVISION THAT AWARDED THE WALLY :
CLASS CATEGORY:
COST:
THE WALLY, 12.25”ON A ROUND BASE $100.00 / EA If possible please upload a picture for accurate in engraving
THE JDRL WALLY, 9.25”ON A SQUARE BASE $50.00 / EA
STATE CHAMP PLAQUE $75.00 / EA
**Applicable Tax applied if shipping in NY**
CREDIT CARD PAYMENT:
YOUR CREDIT CARD INFORMATION: TYPE OF CARD  Visa  MasterCard  American Express  Discover
CARD ACCT #: EXP. DATE (CID)
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING APPLIES
COST OF STANDARD UPS GROUND SHIPPING WILL BE APPLIED (Please allow 3 business days plus shipping)
E-MAIL ORDER FORM TO: CCAMPBELL@CROWNAWARDS.COM
OR JSANGEORGE@CROWNAWARDS.COM 9 SKYLINE DRIVE
HAWTHORNE, NEW YORK 10532
(914) 347-7700 EXT 104
FAX: 914-940-6160
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SECTION 2
NATIONAL DRAGSTER
1. National DRAGSTER Overview
2. Member Track News
3. BRNA – Bracket Racing North America
4. Photos
5. Be a Winner – Be a Member
6. Jr. Dragster
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P.O. Box 5555
Glendora, CA 91740-0950
626-914-4761
Dear track operator, manager, and reporter,
It’s time once again to begin preparing for another season of bracket racing and all that
comes with it, including sending your reports into National Dragster. ND offers several
opportunities to NHRA member tracks to publicize events as well as the track itself. These
opportunities include:
• Member Track News, the most expansive bracket racing section with stories and
photos from track races.
• Bracket Racing North America, which allows you to recognize weekly winners
at your track with final-round statistics and the names of semifinalists in each race.
• Be A Winner, Be A Member, a special program that awards prizes to NHRA
members who win a race at NHRA member tracks.
• Racing Calendar, a listing of major drag racing events scheduled at NHRA
member tracks.
• Bits from the Pits, a potpourri of drag racing news that often features information
from various NHRA member tracks.
• Jr. Dragster, a bimonthly online publication devoted entirely to the NHRA Summit
Racing Jr. Drag Racing League.
As an NHRA member track, these sections are open to you, and, best of all, they cost you
nothing. All we are asking is for you to send in your results, stories, and race dates for
publication. Your track and racers will receive as much coverage as we have material.
Attached you will find information for each of these ND sections, including guidelines for
submissions. If you have questions on these at any time, feel free to contact us.
We look forward to working with you in the year to come!
Sincerely,
The National Dragster Staff
626-914-4761 (Mon.-Thurs.: 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Fri.: 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. PT)
email: etracing@nhra.com
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MEMBER TRACK
NEWS
Member Track News is the most expansive bracket racing section in National
Dragster with race stories and photos from NHRA member tracks. A track
may submit up to three stories a year (the first three received will be used,
so please select what you submit carefully). National Dragster Challenge,
Summit Racing NHRA King of the Track, NHRA Summit Racing Jr. Drag
Racing League Challenge, and NHRA Drag Racing State Championship
articles do not count against the three-story limit.
HOW TO SUBMIT MEMBER TRACK NEWS STORIES
Member Track News stories are accepted by email only:
email: etracing@nhra.com
INFORMATION TO INCLUDE
All Member Track News stories must include the following:
• Track name and location
• Date of the race
• Author’s name
• All pertinent information in each eliminator: name, e.t., and dial for both the winner and
runner-up. Reaction times when important (ie: when race was decided by reaction-time
advantage, red-light, etc.).
• You may also include: car year and make/model of the winner and the name of
semifinalists.
• All stories must be typewritten and no longer than 500 words.
PHOTOGRAPHS
Tracks may submit up to four photos to accompany their Member Track News stories. For more on
submitting photos, see the “Photo” page in this packet. Photos will be selected at the discretion of
ND staff. Please make sure photos meet all requirements listed on the “Photo” page of this packet.
DEADLINE
All Member Track News stories must be sent to National Dragster within two weeks of the race
date. Copy received after the deadline will not run.
For more information, contact us at 626-914-4761
Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Friday: 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. PT
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BRACKET RACING
NORTH AMERICA
BRNA is an agate listing of the final-round statistics and the names of the semifinalists
in each eliminator. Tracks can submit an unlimited number of reports each year.
HOW TO FILE BRNA REPORTS
National Dragster’s online reporting form can be found at http://www.nhra.net/brna
(instructions are below). Only results submitted through the online form will be accepted.
PHOTOGRAPHS
ND will run photos with BRNA reports when space permits. Please email photos to
etracing@nhra.com. For more on submitting photos, see the “Photos” page.
DEADLINE
Reports must be sent to National Dragster within two weeks of the race date.
ONLINE REPORTING FORM INSTRUCTIONS
All submissions must include track name, event date, racing category(ies), sender’s
email address, and winner’s name. Any submission that does not include these five items will not be accepted. If
you do not have information for one of the other category fields (such as car make/model, dials, etc.),
leave that field blank.
ENTERING YOUR RESULTS:
1. Select your track by clicking on the drop-down menu and selecting your track’s name.
2. Select the date of the event from the drop-down menu (Results sent more than two weeks after the race date
may not appear in ND — ND will try to accommodate late results but cannot guarantee they will be published).
3. Enter the racing category for which you are entering results (e.g., Super Pro, Motorcycle, Jr. Dragster).
4. In the Submitted by box, enter your email address.
5. Enter the winner’s information:
• Name: Must include first and last name; no nicknames.
• Year: Two digits only (e.g., 67, 02).
• Car: Submit the model when available. When submitting the model, there is no need to include the make
(e.g., Camaro, not Chevy Camaro; Mustang, not Ford Mustang). Include make only if model is unknown.
• Dial: Include where applicable. May also be used to enter index in heads-up index races.
6. Enter the runner-up information following the same format as for the winner. If the runner-up red-lighted or
his/her car broke on the run, check the appropriate box. Note: Do not check the broke box for breakouts; enter
the run information as you would any other clean run.
7. Enter the semifinalists’ information. Only names are needed for semifinalists. If there was only one semifinalist,
leave the second box blank; do not enter “bye” or anything else.
WHEN YOU HAVE FINISHED THE RESULTS FOR ONE CATEGORY:
If you have another category to enter:
Click on the “Save these results and input more” button. A blank entry screen that now includes your track name,
the event date, and your submitted-by information will appear. Beginning with number 5, follow the same steps as
above to enter your next category. Continue until you have entered results for all categories.
If you have no more categories to enter and wish to submit your results to ND for publication:
Click on the “Send completed results” button. When prompted click Yes or No to request or decline an email copy of
your results. You will then see a copy of what has been submitted to ND. You cannot edit these results; if you see an
error, send an email with the correction to etracing@nhra.com.
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PHOTOS
HOW TO SUBMIT PHOTOS
National Dragster encourages reporters to send
in photos of winning racers. ND only accepts electronic photos (electronic photos must meet ND
guidelines for publication, see below). Email your photos to etracing@nhra.com.
HOW TO SELECT PHOTOS
National Dragster accepts color photos only. Each report usually includes one to four photos.
Make sure photos correlate with information within the story (such as final-round action, single car
shots of winners, and trophy presentations/winner's circle shots).
INFORMATION TO INCLUDE WITH EACH PHOTO
• Who is in the photograph and where they are (ie: near lane, far lane, left, right)
• Name of photographer
NHRA ELECTRONIC PHOTO REQUIREMENTS
When submitting photos for publication, keep in mind that while images may look good on your
monitor, they may not reproduce well in printed publication. Images that are 72 dpi, commonly used
on websites, are low quality and will print as such; therefore, ND cannot print photos that are 72
dpi at standard size.
Image size — a minimum of 1600 x 1200 pixles (approximately 5x7 at 300 dpi) is required for a
printed publication. Please refer to your camera's or scanner's manual for appropriate file settings to
meet this minimum requirement.
Email — If you are sending multiple photos by email, ND recommends separating the photos into
multiple emails (in your subject line, note the number of emails you are sending — e.g. Photos 1 of
3 — so we ensure all are received). Note: Send the original photo file (e.g, .jpg, .tif, etc.) attached to
the email; do not place photos into the body of the email or in another program, such as MS
Word, prior to sending them.
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Be A Winner, Be A Member rewards NHRA
members who win a race at an NHRA member
track with valuable prizes from sponsors.
All submissions will be verified. Racers
submitting fraudulent entries will be
disqualified from the program.
WHEN THE PROGRAM RUNS
Feb. 1 to Oct. 31. Only races won between those dates are eligible.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO ENTER
NHRA full and associate members who win a bracket racing event at their local NHRA member track.
NHRA Summit Racing Jr. Drag Racing League memberships are not eligible. A competition license or
permanent number alone is not sufficient; the racer must be a current NHRA member as well.
WHICH RACING EVENTS ARE ELIGIBLE
Track-run bracket racing events only. NHRA-scheduled and -operated events are not eligible.
Ineligible events include, but are not limited to, the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series, NHRA
Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series, NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Racing Series, NHRA Pro Mod Drag Racing
Series, and SPORTSnationals events, as well as National Opens and series run at divisional events.
Exhibition and match races, including NHRA Professional categories (Top Fuel, Funny Car, Pro
Stock, Pro Stock Motorcycle), jet cars, Pro Mods, etc., are not eligible.
RAINOUTS/OTHER UNCOMPLETED RACES
Only one winner per category per race is allowed. If an event is not completed (due to rain or other
circumstances) and no single winner is declared, no entries will be accepted.
HOW TO ENTER
Racers/tracks may only submit their entries online at
http://www.nhra.net/beawinner/
**All entries submitted to the Be A Winner, Be A Member program will be verified. Racers submitting fraudulent
entries will be disqualified from the program and be ineligible to participate in all future prize drawings. Tracks
sending false entries will be disqualified from submitting future submissions on behalf of its racers. Please read
all instructions/requirements carefully to ensure your entries meet all requirements.**
WHEN AN ENTRY WILL APPEAR IN ND: Three to four weeks after it is received at National
Dragster; however, if the entry is extremely late and that date has already passed, it will not appear
in ND. For questions regarding entries, email etracing@nhra.com or call 626-250-2331 (due to the
volume of inquiries, it may take up to one week to respond).
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WHAT IS RACING CALENDAR?
Racing Calendar is a listing of major drag races at NHRA
member tracks. All submissions are subject to editing
at the staff’s discretion.
HOW TO SUBMIT
Racing Calendar items are accepted by email. Please
email submissions to racingcalendar@nhra.com.
INFORMATION TO INCLUDE
• Race date
• Track name
• Official name of the race (e.g., Auto Club NHRA Finals)
• Phone number where racers can get information on the race
• Website, if there is one
RACING
CALENDAR
BE A WINNER, BE A MEMBER DRAWING DATES
FEBRUARY/MARCH . . . . . . . . APRIL 15
APRIL . . . . . . . . MAY 13
MAY . . . . . . . . JUNE 17
JUNE . . . . . . . . JULY 15
JULY . . . . . . . . AUGUST 12
AUGUST . . . . . . . . SEPTEMBER 16
SEPTEMBER . . . . . . . . OCTOBER 14
OCTOBER . . . . . . . . NOVEMBER 4
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Jr. Dragster and jrdragster.nhra.com provide expanded coverage of racing in the NHRA Summit
Racing Jr. Drag Racing League with race results listings, full event stories focusing solely on Jr.
drag racing, information about track programs, and profiles on JDRL racers.
HOW TO SUBMIT RACE RESULTS
All results must be submitted by the track or by someone authorized by the track using the National
Dragster Bracket Racing North America online submission form. Tracks currently using the form do
not need to do anything else to get results in Jr. Dragster/jrdragster.nhra.com. If your track is not
currently using the BRNA online submission form, see the Bracket Racing North America page in
this packet for details on how to submit your results. Only results submitted through the online
BRNA form will be accepted.
HOW TO SUBMIT RACE STORIES
Race results stories are accepted by mail or email:
Jr. Dragster
attn: Candida Benson
P.O. Box 5555
Glendora, CA 91740
email: jrdragster@nhra.com
On all stories, please include the track name, date of the race, author’s name, and all pertinent
information in each eliminator: name, e.t., and dial for both the winner and runner-up; reaction
times when important (e.g., when race was decided by reaction-time advantage, red-light, etc.);
and so forth. Tracks may also submit photos to accompany the stories. There are no limits on the
number of photos a track may submit with their Jr. Dragster results stories.
HOW TO SUBMIT STORIES ON RACERS AND OTHER NON-EVENT STORIES
Tracks are also invited to send stories about their racers, track programs, or other happenings
involving their Jr. drag racing program. Like race results stories, racer profiles and non-event stories
are accepted by mail or email at the addresses listed above.
DEADLINE
All race results and race stories must be sent to Jr. Dragster within two weeks of the race date
(postmark on mailed in entries can be no later than two weeks after the race). Racer profiles and other
stories may be submitted at any time. However, if they are time sensitive (i.e. information on an
upcoming big event), stories should be submitted within a reasonable period of time for consideration.
A full deadline schedule for upcoming Jr. Dragster issues is on jrdragster.nhra.com.
For more information on Jr. Dragster/jrdragster.nhra.com and how to submit stories
or results, contact Candida Benson at 626-914-4761 ext. 316
Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Friday: 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. PT
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SECTION 3
MARKETING / PROMO KITS
1. Track Promotional Kit Programs
2. Field Marketing Presentation
3. NHRA Demographics
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2015 NHRA MEMBER TRACK PROMOTIONAL KITS
DEADLINE TO SIGN UP FOR ALL BOX PROGRAMS IS JULY 1, 2015
NATIONAL DRAGSTER CHALLENGE
The National DRAGSTER Challenge can enhance one of your existing events or
you can create an entirely new event. The goal of the program is to provide every
NHRA Member Track the tools to create a unique event for their Summit E.T.
racers.
If you elect to host a National DRAGSTER Challenge event you will be required to
sign up for the promotion and designate the specific date when the event is scheduled to take place, as well as any
qualifying requirement or restrictions for the event. Each member track facility is only permitted to host one National
DRAGSTER Challenge event per year. If you choose to host a National DRAGSTER Challenge, you will be
required to sign up no later than July 1 and a minimum of six weeks prior to the event to allow enough time for
production and shipping of trophies and supplies.
During the year, a calendar featuring National DRAGSTER Challenge events will be posted in National Dragster
and on NHRA.com. And if you choose to send results of your National DRAGSTER Challenge event, coverage will
also be printed in National Dragster in the Member Track News Section. The coverage will not count against your
story submission allotment.
All member tracks that participate will receive everything needed to stage the event free of charge. Supplies
include banners, participant decals, as well as winner circle hats and two special-edition Wally trophies etched with
the category names you provide. Also included with the National DRAGSTER Challenge kits are 50 issues of
National Dragster for distribution at your event.
In addition to the two trophies NHRA provides as part of the program, member tracks will also have the opportunity
to order up to four additional Wally trophies at approximately $100 plus the cost of shipping.
 Only one trophy per category is allowed 
 JDRL competitors are not eligible to compete in this program 
NHRA SUMMIT RACING JR. DRAG RACING LEAGUE CHALLENGE
The NHRA Summit Racing Jr. Drag Racing League Challenge is a program that
provides your track with special NHRA Jr. Drag Racing League Wally trophies to
award at this event exclusively for your junior drag racers. Participating tracks will
receive two Jr. Wally trophies free of charge, however, you are required to place the
Summit Racing Jr. Drag Racing League Challenge logo on your website (home page,
programs or sponsor section, etc.) A maximum of four (4) additional trophies may be ordered at a cost of $40 each.
Sign ups must be received No later than July 1 and minimum of six weeks prior to your
During the year, a calendar featuring Summit Jr. Drag Racing League Challenge events will be posted in National
DRAGSTER, Jr. Dragster and on NHRA.com. And if you choose to send results of your Jr. Drag Racing League
Challenge event, coverage of will also be printed in Jr. DRAGSTER.
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2015 NHRA MEMBER TRACK PROMOTIONAL KITS
CONT.
NHRA SUMMIT RACING KING OF THE TRACK
The NHRA Summit Racing King of the Track program is a one-time special event held in
conjunction with one of your weekly Summit Racing Series events. There is no cost to
the track to participate in this program; however, you are required to place the Summit
Racing King of the Track logo on your website (home page, programs or sponsor section,
etc.)
This program features a runoff between category winners at one of your track’s weekly
bracket events.* The winner of the Summit Racing King of the Track event will receive an NHRA Wally trophy and a
Summit King of the Track Champion hat. In addition, if your track provides Summit Racing King of the Track race
coverage it will appear in National Dragster’s Member Track section but will not count against your coverage
allotment.
Participating tracks must sign up No later than July 1 and minimum of six weeks prior to their event. All tracks
are also required to provide NHRA with the specific date when you plan to hold your event and any qualifying
requirements or restrictions for the event.
*Jr. Drag Racing League competitors are not eligible to compete in this program.
NHRA DRAGS: STREET LEGAL STYLE, PRESENTED BY AAA
The NHRA Drags: Street Legal Style program helps tracks combat illegal street racing in
their local community. This kit has promotional material to assist tracks in generating
awareness and enhancing their street legal style program.
The free promotional kit includes banners, decals, and brochures. These items were
designed to encourage street racers to compete in the safe, legal and controlled environment
that NHRA Member Tracks provide.
Unlike other programs, such as the National DRAGSTER Challenge and the Summit Racing King of the Track,
which only allow tracks to host one event, this program and its supplies are intended to be used throughout the
track’s racing season. The initial supplies for this program are provided at no cost, with additional materials
available by request throughout the year.
All sign up forms are available on our member track website at www.nhramembertrack.com 
MUST POST PROGRAM LOGOS ON TRACK WEBSITE TO PARTICIPATE
Contact: Eric Lotz, Director of Field Marketing, 626-250-2287 or elotz@nhra.com
Melissa Coleman, Field Marketing Coordinator, 626-250-2419 or mcoleman@nhra.com
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2015 TRACK OPERATOR MEETINGS
NHRA Field Marketing
Eric Lotz,
Director
Phone: 626-250-2287
Email: elotz@nhra.com
Melissa Coleman, Brett Lyons,
Field Marketing Coordinator Member Track / JDRL Programs Manager
Phone: 626-250-2419 Phone: 626-250-2258
Email: mcoleman@nhra.com Email: blyons@nhra.com
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 Series Update
 Summit Racing Equipment’s partnership with
NHRA and the Member Tracks run through 2017
 Thank you to all the NHRA Member Tracks for
helping with the continued success of this
program
 Materials
 Series Hats / Brochures / Posters / Decals
 National & Divisional Championships
 Use these events to promote your series!
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NHRA Summit JDRL: What's New?
 Minimum age to participate in the NHRA Summit Racing JDRL reduced to 5 years old.
 Trainee category (5), can begin running a Jr. Dragster with a 206 crate engine from Briggs & Stratton
with a slide valve limiting the power output of the engine.
• Single passes, 20.00 seconds or slower.
 Youth category (6-7), head to head at the 13.90-second index with a B&S 206
 Novice (8-9), dial restricted to 11.90 or slower (previously 12.90)
 New licensing process for all new Summit JDRL participants that require each driver to complete a
cockpit orientation, basic driving test, track orientation, and test passes.
 JDRL Display, On-Track Exhibitions, Pre-Race Intros at all 24 NHRA Mello Yello Events!
 New line of Summit JDRL apparel sold in the Nitro Mall at National Events and online.
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NHRA Jr. Street
NEW youth racing program for 13-16 year olds that
gives teenage boys and girls the opportunity to race
against their peers in full-bodied street vehicles with
an adult co-driver as their teammate that combines
racing and car safety
 Orientation / Licensing Process
 1/8th Mile; 10 seconds or slower
 Street Legal vehicles
 Request a custom flyer from Brett Lyons
http://www.nhra.com/nhra101/jrstreet.aspx
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MEMBER TRACK NEWS
 Track may submit up to three stories a
year. Submit to etracing@nhra.com
BRACKET RACING NORTH AMERICA (BRNA)
 Tracks can submit unlimited number of
reports which shows agate listings. Submit
form through www.nhra.net/brna
BE A WINNER, BE A MEMBER
 Racers and tracks submit entries through
www.nhra.net/beawinner to win valuable
prizes from sponsors
RACING CALENDAR
 Listing of major drag races at NHRA
Member Tracks submitted through
racingcalendar@nhra.com
BITS FROM THE PITS
 An assortment of drag racing news
JR. DRAGSTER
 A bimonthly online publication devoted
entirely to NHRA Summit JDRL
Coverage. It’s FREE!
TAKE ADVANTAGE of
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DEADLINE to SIGN UP: JULY 1, 2015
 National Dragster Challenge – Run for the Wally
 NHRA Summit Racing King of the Track – Run for the Wally
 Must post program logo on track website to participate
 Summit Jr. Drag Racing League Challenge – Run for the Jr. Wally
 Must post program logo on track website to participate
PROMOTIONAL BOX PROGRAMS
◄◄ SIGN-UP ON MEMBER TRACK WEBSITE ►►
◄◄ PROMO BOX WILL BE SHIPPED UPON RECEIPT OF YOUR SIGN UP ►►
◄◄ WALLY’S SHIPPED 2-4 WEEKS PRIOR TO EVENT: CROWN AWARDS ►►
QUESTIONS? CONTACT MELISSA COLEMAN MCOLEMAN@NHRA.COM
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One Annual Championship per State
Utilize Summit/Jr. classes
(Super Pro, Pro, Sportsman, Bike, Jr.)
Sign up through Member Track Website
Standard program - $375
 5 Wally plaques
Media
 Events calendar on NHRA websites
 Event results & photos in National Dragster (supplied by host track)
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NHRA Drags: Street Legal Style By AAA
 Program Partners
 AAA
 Work with your local Beat the Heat members
 Community programs / Schools
 Police Department Street Safety Programs
 Materials
 Brochures/Decals/Banners
 Media info found on Member Track Website
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 Member Track Web Page
 Racer License look-up / Driver Search
 Box Program Sign-Ups & Lucas Oil Event Promo Sign Ups
 Marketing / Advertising Info
 NHRA Contacts
 National Dragster info w/ Event Coverage Opportunities
 Logos in all formats
 Working on new layout for 2015!
www.nhramembertrack.com
USERNAME: member track PASSWORD: dragster
Member Track Website
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Summit Racing Series
NHRA Drags: Street Legal Style Presented by AAA
King of the Track
Summit Jr. Drag Racing League
Northeast Southeast North Central South Central West Central Northwest
Jr. Drag Racing League Challenge
NHRA Member Track
Pacific
Sportsman Motorcycle Series
presented by Harley Davidson
National Dragster Challenge
LOGOS: ON WEBSITE IN VARIOUS FORMATS
Jr. Street
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National Hot Rod Association (NHRA)
A UNIQUEMarketing Platform
November 2014
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Source: NHRA 2014 & ESPN Sports Poll 2013 2
National Hot Rod Association
• Founded in 1951, the company was originally founded as a means of getting hot 
rodders off the streets and into a safer environment
• Today, NHRA is the world’s largest motorsports sanctioning body and the foremost 
promoter of drag racing in the world, entertaining millions of racing fans with the 
fastest and most spectacular form of entertainment on wheels
• Network of approximately 120 tracks in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico; 
7,000 days of racing are hosted under the NHRA umbrella each year
• An avid fan base of 18.9 million, with a total fan base of 78.5 million across the 
United States
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Source: NHRA 2014, Nielsen Media Research 2013 – 2014 & ESPN 2013 3
NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series
• NHRA’s premier racing series, featuring 24 championship series events a year
• A 10 month, coast‐to‐coast marketing platform that offers the most geographically diverse 
motorsport schedule in the United States – impact 34 of the top 50 DMAs
̵ Expanded into the New England region with a race in New Hampshire in 2013
• Up to 100,000 spectators attend each NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event
• Dedicated broadcasts on ESPN2 / ESPN2 HD reach nearly 1.0 million viewers each race weekend
̵ Twelve telecasts in 2013 were ranked as the most watched program of the day on the network
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Source: Nielsen Media Research 2013 – 2014
• The NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series has unmatched geographic reach within motorsports ‐ 34 of the top 50 DMAs
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Best National Footprint in Motorsports
NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series
120 mile event radius
Designated Market Areas (DMAs)
2015 Schedule
1) Los Angeles, Calif.
2) Phoenix, Ariz.
3) Gainesville, Fla.
4) Charlotte, N.C.
5) Las Vegas, Nev.
6) Houston, Texas
7) Atlanta, Ga.
8) Topeka, Kan.
9) Englishtown, N.J.
10) Epping, N.H.
11) Bristol, Tenn.
12) Norwalk, Ohio
13) Chicago, Ill.
14) Denver, Colo.
15) Sonoma, Calif.
16) Seattle, Wash.
17) Brainerd, Minn.
18) Indianapolis, Ind.
19) Charlotte, N.C.
20) St. Louis, Mo.
21) Reading, Pa.
22) Dallas, Texas
23) Las Vegas, Nev.
24) Pomona, Calif.
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Source: ESPN 2013 – 2014 5
ESPN2 / ESPN2 HD
• The exclusive broadcast partner of the NHRA and the NHRA Mello Yello 
Drag Racing Series since 2001
̵ Distributed to nearly 100 million households across the country
• 130 hours of original programming, with over 110 hours of original 
programming dedicated to the NHRA Mello Yello Series
• On average, nearly 1.0 million viewers tune‐in to watch an NHRA event 
over the course of a race weekend
̵ Twelve Sunday telecasts were ranked as the most watched program of 
the day on the network in 2013
• Events are also broadcast worldwide via ESPN International, TSN and 
the Armed Forces Network
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Source: Google Analytics 2012, Lewis & Clark Research 2012 6
Media Assets
• NHRA.com
̵ The official destination for NHRA news and 
information on the Internet
̵ Avg. nearly 1.5 million unique visitors per month
• Social Media
̵ NHRA actively engages with its audience via 
popular social media sites
̵ 850,000 “Like” NHRA on facebook and over 
74,000 follow NHRA on twitter
… The number of people that “Like” NHRA 
increased by 39.0% last year
• National DRAGSTER
̵ The official magazine of NHRA Drag Racing
̵ Publication that is printed 25 times a year
̵ Companion website, NationalDRAGSTER.net
̵ Medium that targets the most avid NHRA fans
̵ Distributed to 70,000 NHRA members and at all          
NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series events
̵ Avid readership of 200,000 people per issue
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NHRA is UNIQUE
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UNIQUE Sensory Experience
• The fastest race cars on the earth, a spectacle of high speed, side‐by‐
side races in excess of 300 mph
• 10,000 horsepower engines that generate 4 Gs of force and accelerate 
to over 100 mph in less than a second
• A truly visceral racing experience that you can see, hear, feel and taste
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UNIQUE Fan Experience
• Highly engaging and genuine fan experience that provides all‐day entertainment on and off the track
• NHRA’s open pit environment allows every person attending an event to get up close and personal 
with the sport’s biggest stars ‐ VIP credentials are not required
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• More accessibility to spectators than any other major sports property; the structure of NHRA races provides a 
continuous flow of attendees from the grandstands to the midway throughout the entire event
• The Nitro Alley and midway areas are open to all spectators in attendance and delivers an opportunity for 
sponsors to connect with NHRA fans one‐on‐one in an authentic and approachable format for brand activation
• Spectator gates are open an average of ten (10) hours each day and each race is three to four days
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UNIQUE Fan Engagement
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• NHRA has a rich history of diversity, including women, African‐Americans and Hispanics that have competed at the highest level and 
won championships
• Because of these unique demographics, NHRA provides sponsors the diversity to reach various consumer segments
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UNIQUE History of Diversity
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Source: ESPN Sports Poll 2013 & Scarborough Research 2013 (Avid fan = Very interested & Fan = Very or somewhat interested)
• Avid and loyal fan base with extremely attractive demographics
• 18.9 million avid fans in the United States, total fan base of 78.5 million
• Strong male fan base, but also appeals to women
• One of the best sports marketing platforms to reach key male demos (age 18+ & 18 – 49)
• On average, one of the youngest sports fan bases among all major sports properties
• More ethnically diverse than both NASCAR and IndyCar fans
• Live active lifestyles and strongly over‐index versus the US population for having participated in outdoor activities
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UNIQUE Fan Base
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US Population NHRA Fan Index
Male 48.5% 74.6% 154
Male 21 ‐ 34 12.1% 15.7% 130
Male 25 ‐ 54 26.7% 41.7% 156
Household Income up to 75K 66.0% 70.7% 107
Household Income 30 ‐ 99K 56.6% 58.1% 103
Employed Full‐time 43.4% 47.1% 109
Blue Collar Occupation 21.8% 32.3% 148
Technical  / Vocational  School 29.7% 37.2% 125
Source: Scarborough Research 2013 (Fan = Very or Somewhat interested)
One of the best marketing platforms to reach key males demos, reflect the middle class 
and a sizeable amount of NHRA fans have strong technical / vocational skills
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UNIQUE Fan Base
Personal / household demographics
Scarborough USA+ ‐ Release 1 2013
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NASCAR Fan NHRA Fan Index
Male 62.8% 74.6% 119
Average Age 48.53 46.02 105
Age 21 ‐ 24 3.0% 4.7% 157
Age 18 ‐ 34 22.4% 27.5% 123
African‐American 7.4% 9.4% 127
Hispanic 7.8% 10.4% 133
Asian or other 4.4% 5.2% 118
Blue Collar Occupation 25.7% 32.3% 126
Source: Scarborough Research 2013 (Fan = Very or Somewhat interested)
NHRA delivers a better motorsports marketing platform than NASCAR to reach a younger,
more diverse audience that is also more likely to have a blue collar occupation
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UNIQUE Fan Base (NASCAR vs. NHRA)
Personal / household demographics
Scarborough USA+ ‐ Release 1 2013
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Source: Scarborough Research 2013 (Fan = Very or Somewhat interested)
• NHRA Drag Racing has one of the youngest sports fan bases in the United States compared to all other major sports
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UNIQUE Fan Base (Average Age)
Personal demographics: Age
Scarborough USA+ ‐ Release 1 2013
Index            95                      95     99      100       100  101      101  102  103  104     107     111     111
44.08 44.13
46.02
46.29 46.50
46.78 46.97
47.47
47.84
48.53
49.67
51.45
51.84
43
45
47
49
51
53
NBA NHL NHRA NFL US population College
basketball
College
football
ATP / WTA MLB NASCAR IndyCar Horse racing PGA
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Source: Scarborough Research 2013 (Fan = Very or Somewhat interested)
• Compared to other major sports properties, NHRA provides one of the best sports marketing platform to reach key male demos
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UNIQUE Fan Base (Male 18 – 49)
Personal demographics: Age / Gender of respondent
Scarborough USA+ ‐ Release 1 2013
Index              146         145        142       129     127      125   116     115     115    113   113  100     73
40.7% 40.3%
39.4%
35.9% 35.4%
34.8%
32.3% 32.0% 31.9% 31.5% 31.3%
27.8%
20.4%
19%
27%
35%
43%
NHL NHRA NBA College
basketball
College
football
NFL MLB IndyCar ATP / WTA NASCAR PGA US population Horse racing
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Source: Scarborough Research 2013 (Fan = Very or Somewhat interested)
• A rich history of diverse fans makes NHRA the envy of 
other motorsports sanctioning bodies
• NHRA fans are more likely to be Hispanic and / or 
African‐American than NASCAR and IndyCar fans
• NHRA events are contested in 7 of the 8 most 
populated Hispanic DMAs in the United States
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UNIQUE Fan Base (Diversity)
Personal demographics: Race
Scarborough USA+ ‐ Release 1 2013
Hispanic
̵ 33% more likely than NASCAR
̵ 18% more likely than IndyCar
African‐American
̵ 27% more likely than NASCAR
̵ 8% more likely than IndyCar
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110
112
115
117
117
138
142
183
236
100 125 150 175 200 225 250
Bicycling
Bowling
Golf
Basketball
Softball / Baseball
Football
Camping
Fishing
Hunting
Source: Scarborough Research 2013 (Fan = Very or Somewhat interested) 18
UNIQUE Fan Base (Interests Outside of NHRA)
Activities past 12 months
Scarborough USA+ ‐ Release 1 2013
NHRA fans live active lifestyles and strongly 
over‐index versus the US population for having 
participated in outdoor activities
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UNIQUE Sponsorship
Opportunity
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Source: ESPN Sports Poll 2013
• Access to a passionate and sponsor loyal fan base
̵ 18.9 million avid NHRA fans across the United States, total fan base of 78.5 million
• NHRA gives sponsors unparalleled access to its fans, providing the ability to create deeply engaging marketing platforms 
̵ A highly engaging and genuine fan experience that provides all‐day entertainment on and off the track
̵ Open pit allows fans to get up close and personal with NHRA’s biggest stars while Nitro Alley allows sponsors to engage fans in an intimate 
one‐on‐one setting
• One‐stop shopping for fully integrated NHRA marketing assets makes it easier for sponsors to integrate their motorsports program
across league marketing assets while providing more activation options
̵ An NHRA partnership package allows sponsors to seamlessly integrate NHRA marketing assets including logo usage and promotional rights, 
on‐site display and marketing rights, track presence at all NHRA events, ESPN2 broadcast exposure, print and interactive and social media
• Value proposition at the team and league level is second to none providing partners a strong return‐on‐investment performance 
̵ Sponsors can achieve a proprietary position within the sport, generating a sizeable impact and critical mass for a fraction of the cost of other 
motorsports properties
• NHRA is “Americana” 
̵ One of the most relatable and uniquely American connection points with consumers: speed, power and the American car culture
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Why Sponsor NHRA?
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• Various platforms are available to create a leadership position within NHRA Drag Racing, reaching a group of passionate fans who
support the brands that support NHRA Drag Racing
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Sponsorship Points of Entry
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• Official Sponsor of NHRA
• Series Sponsorships
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• On‐site Presence
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• Product Endorsements
• Pit Side Hospitality
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• Regional Activation
• Signage
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Strong Portfolio of Sponsors
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Thank You
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2015 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series Schedule
February 5 – 8 Pomona, Calif. July 9 – 12  Chicago, Ill.
February 20 – 22 Phoenix, Ariz. July 24 – 26  Denver, Colo.
March 12 – 15 Gainesville, Fla. July 31 – Aug. 2  Sonoma, Calif.
March 27 – 29  Charlotte, N.C. August 7 – 9  Seattle, Wash.
April 10 – 12  Las Vegas, Nev. August 20 – 23  Brainerd, Minn.
April 24 – 26 Houston, Texas Sep. 2 – 7  Indianapolis, Ind.
May 15 – 17  Atlanta, Ga. September 18 – 20   Charlotte, N.C.
May 22 – 24 Topeka, Kan. September 25 – 27  St. Louis, Mo.
June 4 – 7  Englishtown, N.J. October 1 – 4    Reading, Pa.
June 12 – 14 Epping, N.H. October 15 – 18   Dallas, Texas
June 19 – 21 Bristol, Tenn. Oct. 29 – Nov. 1  Las Vegas, Nev.
July 2 – 5 Norwalk, Ohio November 12 – 15  Pomona, Calif.
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Household income
Age
Gender
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Gender
Male . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74.6% (154)
Female . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  25.4% (49)
Age
18 – 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.0% (96)
25 – 34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.5% (89)
35 – 49 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27.4% (108)
50 – 64 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  33.0% (125)
65+ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  12.1% (66)
Household Income
$34,999 or less . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33.1% (112)
$35K – $49,999 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  21.2% (108)
$50K – $74,999 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  16.4% (97)
$75K – $99,999 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.9% (93)
$100K – $149,999 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1% (87)
$150K+ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.3% (73)
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Household Size
Education
Ethnicity
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Ethnicity
White . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  75.0% (109)
African‐American . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.4% (86)
Hispanic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.4% (71)
Asian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  1.7% (63)
Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  3.5% (113)
Education
Some High School or less . . . . . . . . . . 10.6% (108)
High School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  43.4% (128)
Some College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31.1% (102)
College+ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  14.9% (58)
Vocational / Tech School . . . . . . . . . . . 37.2% (125)
Household Size
1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.1% (91)
2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33.8% (108)
3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23.8% (119)
4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.8% (90)
5+ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.5% (82)
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SECTION 4
NATIONAL FIELD OFFICE
1. NFO - Overview
2. License Application Information
3. Alternate Sanctioning Organization List
4. 2015 NHRA Schedules
Mello Yello DRS
Harley-Davidson DRS
Lucas Oil DRS – by division
Lucas Oil – by date
Jegs All-Stars
State Championship Track Rotation
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2015
OVERVIEW OF THE
NATIONAL HOT ROD ASSOCIATION
FIELD DEPARTMENT
THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS PROVIDED TO NHRA MEMBER TRACK
OPERATORS AS A GUIDE TOWARD UNDERSTANDING AND UTILIZING THE
SERVICES AVAILABLE FROM THE NHRA FIELD DEPARTMENT.
MARCH 2015
FIELD MARKETING
ERIC LOTZ
Director of Field Marketing
BRETT LYONS
Member Track & JDRL
Programs Manager
MELISSA COLEMAN
Field Marketing Coordinator
NATIONAL FIELD OFFICE
JOSH PETERSON
Vice President, Racing Administration
CATHY DYSON
Divisional Representative
ROSA ESPINOSA
Divisional Representative
Division 7 Assistant
MIKE RICE
Division 7 Director
COMPETITION DEPARTMENT
MICHELLE SIERADZKI
Racing Administration Manager
JENNIFER LOWE
Competition Coordinator
DIVISION 1
DAVE MOHN – Division Director
RYCK CAMPBELL – Tech Director
TINO GONZALEZ – Division Services Coordinator
KIMBERLY GEIGER - Division Administrative Assistant
TINA WOOD - Division Administrative Assistant
Division 1 Office Address
2420 Gehman Road Suite 200
Lancaster PA 17602
(717) 584-1200 | (717) 584-1206 (fax)
DIVISION 2
RICH SCHAEFER - Division Director
HARRY FERRARI- Tech Director
CODY SAVAGE – Division Services Coordinator
Division 2 Office Address
11223 N. County Road 225
Gainesville, FL 32609
(352) 374-9922 | (352) 372-0418 Fax
DIVISION 3
JAY HULLINGER - Division Director
RITCH BOWERS - Division Services Coodinator
Tech Director
JOAN ROBERTSON - Division Administrative Assistant
Division 3 Office Address
5 West State Road 218, Bunker Hill, IN 46914
(765) 689-8727 | (765) 689-7956 Fax
DIVISION 4
TREY CAPPS - Division Director
JIM ANDERSON - Tech Director
DEBI GREEN - Division Administrative Assistant
Division 4 Office Address
12959 Jupiter Road Suite 240
Dallas, TX 75238
(469) 248-0014 | (469) 248-0024 Fax
DIVISION 5
ROB PARK - Division Director
BOB BLACKWELL - Tech Director
SAM MARTIN – Division Services Coordinator
SARA WALKER – Division Office Services Administrator.
Division 5 Office Address
3720 Arrowhead Avenue, Suite 103
Independence, MO 64057
(816) 795-8055 | (816) 795-0515 Fax
DIVISION 6
MATT LEVONAS - Division Director
DAVE SCHAFFEL – Tech Consultant
KERRIE FORNATARO – Division Administrative Assistant
Division 6 Office Address
8412 Myers Rd E #305,
Bonney Lake, WA 98391
(253) 864-6594 | (253) 864-6683 Fax
DIVISION 7
MIKE RICE - Division Director
PAT CVENGROS - Tech Director
ROSA ESPINOSA - Division Administrative Assistant
Division 7 Office Address
2035 Financial Way
Glendora, CA 91741
(626) 250-2498 | (626) 914-8963 Fax
NHRA FIELD DEPARTMENT
RESPONSIBILITIES
1) Administer NHRA Member Track Program and assist in the development of
new NHRA Member Tracks
2) Administer NHRA Licensing and Competition number program
3) Conduct NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series divisional events
4) Jr. Drag Racing League License Administration and event coordination
5) Conduct NHRA Summit Racing E.T. Drag Racing Series in cooperation with
participating member tracks
6) Conduct National Open and Special Events
7) Conduct Street Legal program
8) Participate with the NHRA Technical Department in the creation and
enforcement of NHRA Rules And Regulations
9) Participate with the NHRA Competition Department in the creation and
implementation of event policies and procedures
10) Participate with the NHRA Insurance Department in the creation and
implementation of NHRA Insurance programs
11) Participate with the NHRA Marketing Department in the creation and
implementation of marketing programs for field department events and
activities
12) Participate with the NHRA Publications Department in the creation of Lucas
Oil Drag Racing Series and National Open advertisements and the
reporting of field department events and activities
2015 NHRA LICENSE APPLICATION INFORMATION
Rev 11/2014
NON – LICENSED 10.00 ≤ COMPETITION NUMBER APPLICATION
• Reserved for competitors running 10.00 & slower in the ¼ mile, who hold a current state issued license.
• Only application that may be faxed with credit card information for processing.
• No physical required
CLASS 5 10.00 ≤ LICENSE APPLICATION
• Reserved for competitors running 10.00 & slower in the ¼ mile;
who do not hold a current state issued license.
• No physical required.
• All 6 license passes must be completed.
NEW SPORTSMAN 9.99≥ LICENSE APPLICATION
• For new competitors running 9.99 & quicker in the ¼ mile or
135 mph & faster. Or competitor whose NHRA license has
expired over 2 years.
• Requires completed & approved physical prior to all licensing
passes.
• Cockpit orientation in Section 3; must be completed for all new
applicants. Even motorcycle riders.
• Two full runs (5 & 6) must meet class requirements (listed on
next page)
RENEWAL SPORTSMAN 9.99≥ LICENSE APPLICATION
• For competitors running 9.99 & quicker in the ¼ mile or 135
mph & faster; whose NHRA license is not expired or is expired
less 2 years.
• Expired less than 1 year, no passes required | Expired over 1
year but less than 2 year, 3 passes | Expired over 2 year, new
license application with all 6 passes required.
• Requires a complete & approve physical for processing.
• Two full runs (2 & 3) must meet class requirements (listed on
next page)
CROSS/UPGRADE SPORTSMAN 9.99≥ LICENSE APPLICATION
• For competitors running 9.99 & quicker in the ¼ mile, changing
ET or wheelbase qualifications.
• No crossgrade for Class D to A/B or A/B to D.
• No physical required, all new categories will expire based on
current physical on file.
• Two full runs must meet class requirements (listed on next
page)
• No runs to add a category already qualified for.
TRANSFER SPORTSMAN 9.99≥ LICENSE APPLICATION
• For competitors running 9.99 & quicker in the ¼ mile, who
currently hold a Competition License with an ASO (i.e. IHRA).
• Requires a complete & approve NHRA physical for processing.
• Two full runs (2 & 3) must meet class requirements (listed on
next page)
MINOR LICENSE & COMPETITION NUMBER APPLICATIONS
• All minor applications must be printed in color, b/w will not be accepted.
• Both notary sections must be completed. (application & waiver)
JDRL LICENSE APPLICATIONS
• New for 2014: All new JDRL applicants are required to
complete Cockpit Orientation, Basic Driving Test, Track
Orientation, and 6 license passes.
• Junior participants may begin testing at 5 years of age, and
then enter competition at age of 6.
• All minor applications must be printed in color, b/w will not be
accepted.
• Both notary sections must be completed. (application &
waiver)
JR STREET LICENSE APPLICATIONS
• New program introduced in mid-2014 allowing 13-16 year olds
to compete in full bodied street vehicles with an adult co-driver
as their teammate.
• All applicants are required to complete Vehicle Orientation,
Basic Driving Test, Safety & Eligibility Vehicle Test, Track
Orientation, and 6 license passes.
• All minor applications must be printed in color, b/w will not be
accepted.
• Both notary sections must be completed. (application &
waiver)
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2015 NHRA LICENSE APPLICATION INFORMATION
Rev 11/2014
GENERAL NHRA LICENSING NOTES
• Forms must have revised date 2013 or later. Older forms no
longer accepted.
• Ensure Section 1 is complete with all driver/applicant
information.
• NHRA Membership Required for all NHRA Competition
Number/License Applicants.
• Per Graham (and #9, under General, on the new license
application) – Drivers who have not competed or have let their
NHRA license expire for a period of two (2) years will have to
meet all NEW DRIVER REQUIREMENTS. For Top Fuel and
Funny Car who have not competed for two years, license will
become inactive, three (3) test runs will be required to reactivate. When receiving renewals, it is imperative that “last
date of NHRA competition” is completed and verified. When
issuing a renewal for any driver that has not competed for two
or more years, their license must be marked “INACTIVE”.
• Test runs for a license application cannot be completed at an
NHRA national event.
• If a driver has an active license from another sanctioning body
and wants to get an NHRA license, all they have to do is
provide a copy of their current license, complete the transfer
license application, and submit a current physical and include
the proper fees.
CATEGORY MAX ET MIN MPH
Top Fuel – ¼ mile 5.20 260
Top Fuel – 1000 foot 4.50 240
Funny Car – ¼ mile 5.50 250
Funny Car – 1000 foot 4.70 230
Pro Stock 7.40 175
Pro Stock Bike 7.90 165
Top Alcohol Dragster 6.20 205
Top Alcohol Funny Car 6.50 205
Comp (Class 3) 6.00-7.49
Comp (Class 4) 7.50-9.99
Advanced ET 6.00-7.49
Super Stock 7.50-9.99
Super Comp 7.50-9.99
Super Gas 7.50-9.99
Super Street 7.50-9.99
Top Sportsman (Class 3) 6.00-7.49
Top Sportsman (Class 4) 7.50-9.99
Top Dragster (Class 3) 6.00-7.49
Top Dragster (Class 4) 7.50-9.99
ET 7.50-9.99
Advanced Motorcycle 6.00-7.49
ET Motorcycle 7.50-9.99
Snowmobile 7.50-9.99
ATV 7.50-9.99
Nostalgia Top Fuel* 6.99
Nostalgia Funny Car* 6.99
Special Fuel 6.99
Pro Mod 6.70 190
DRIVERS WITH TOP FUEL OR TAD LICENSE ALLOWED TO COMPETE IN N/TF. 
DRIVERS WITH FUNNY CAR OR TAFC LICENSE ALLOWED TO COMPETE IN N/FC. 
MEDICAL CERTIFICATE (PHYSICAL FORM)
• Required for all new & renewal licenses.
• Original physical must be presented to track official prior to
making any test runs.
• NO COPIES!! Original form from doctor is required by NHRA.
Contact division for details.
• Medical History completed; a – x.
• Medical Clearance required if any neurological or cardiac
issues in the last two years. Refer to Division Office.
• Applicant’s signature under agreement and affirmation. Page
1.
• Medical exam # 1 – 24 marked normal; if abnormal refer to
division office.
• Field of vision; completed
• Distant vision: if #29 is marked yes, then you must have both
uncorrected and corrected. If #29 is marked no, then you
must have uncorrected.
• Urinalysis: completed (all three checked) if sugar is positive,
#31 is required. Refer to division office for acceptable ranges.
• Medications: If you see any questionable meds, please
contact Division Office.
• EKG required at 55 yrs and older. EKG copies accepted, within
6 months of the exam date.
• Must be checked physically acceptable!!
• Date of examination must be within 24 months. License will
expire 2 years from the end of the month the physical was
completed.
• Signature, physical must be performed by MD or DO only!!
For further questions about the NHRA licensing process please contact your division office.
For current NHRA license/competition number applications visit www.nhraracer.com
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NATIONAL HOT ROD ASSOCIATION
2015 ALTERNATIVE SANCTION ORGANIZATIONS
Last Update 3/4/2015
Organization Name Contact
National Hot Rod Diesel Association
Randy Cole (NHRDA)
Pro Media
Rollie Miller (NMCA/NMCA West/NMRA)
As other organizations are approved, they will be added to the list at www.nhraracer.com
Dates Event Location
February 5-8, 2015 Circle K NHRA WinterNationals Auto Club Raceway at Pomona • Pomona, CA
February 20-22, 2015 Carquest Autoparts NHRA Nationals Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park • Phoenix, AZ
March 12-15, 2015 Amalie Oil NHRA GatorNationals Gainesville Raceway • Gainesville, FL PSM
March 27-29, 2015 NHRA 4 Wide Nationals zMAX Dragway • Charlotte, NC PSM
April 10-12, 2015 SummitRacing.com Nationals The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway • Las Vegas, NV
April 24-26, 2015 O'Reilly Auto Parts Spring Nationals Royal Purple Raceway • Houston, TX
May 15-17, 2015 Summit Racing Equipment Southern Nationals Atlanta Dragway • Atlanta, GA PSM
May 22-24, 2015 NHRA Kansas Nationals Heartland Park Topeka • Topeka, KS
June 4-7, 2015 Toyota NHRA SummerNationals Old Bridge Township Raceway Park • Englishtown, NJ PSM
June 12-14, 2015 NHRA New England Nationals New England Dragway and Motorsports Park • Epping, NH
June 19-21, 2015 NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals Bristol Dragway • Bristol, TN
July 2-5, 2015 Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals Summit Motorsports Park • Norwalk, OH PSM
July 9-12, 2015 Route 66 NHRA Nationals Route 66 Raceway • Chicago, IL PSM
July 24-26, 2015 Mopar Mile-High Nationals Bandimere Speedway • Denver, CO PSM
July 31-August 2, 2015 NHRA Sonoma Nationals Sonoma Raceway • Sonoma, CA PSM
August 7-9, 2015 NHRA Northwest Nationals Pacific Raceways • Seattle, WA
August 20-23, 2015 Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals Brainerd Int'l Raceway • Brainerd, MN PSM
September 2-7, 2015 Chevrolet Performance US Nationals Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis • Indianapolis, IN PSM
September 18-20, 2015 NHRA Carolina Nationals zMAX Dragway • Charlotte, NC PSM
September 25-27, 2015 AAA Insurance NHRA Midwest Nationals Gateway Motorsports Park • St Louis, MO PSM
October 1-4, 2015 NHRA Keystone Nationals Maple Grove Raceway • Reading, PA PSM
October 15-18, 2015 AAA Texas NHRA Fall Nationals Texas Motorplex • Dallas, TX PSM
October 29-November 1, 2015 NHRA Toyota Nationals The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway • Las Vegas, NV PSM
November 12-15, 2015 Auto Club NHRA Finals Auto Club Raceway at Pomona • Pomona, CA PSM
NHRA Mello Yello Countdown to the Championship
2015 NHRA Mello Yello
Drag Racing Series Event Schedule
Updated 3/18/2015
Event
Specialty
Races
TF / FC /
PS PSM TAD TAFC Comp SC SG SST TD TS
Nitro
Harley Pro Mod
Circle K NHRA WinterNationals Y -- Y Y Y Y Y Y Y -- -- -- Y
Carquest Autoparts NHRA Nationals Y -- -- -- Y Y Y Y Y -- Y Y -Amalie Oil NHRA GatorNationals 1 Y Y Y Y Y Y C Y C Y Y -- -- Y -NHRA 4 Wide Nationals Y Y Y Y -- Y C Y Y Y -- Y -- -SummitRacing.com Nationals 3 Y -- Y Y Y Y C Y C Y Y Y -- -- Y
O'Reilly Auto Parts Spring Nationals Y -- Y Y Y Y Y C Y Y Y -- Y -Summit Racing Equipment Southern Nationals Y Y -- -- -- Y C Y C Y Y Y Y Y -NHRA Kansas Nationals Y -- Y Y Y Y C Y C Y Y Y Y Y Y
Toyota NHRA SummerNationals 1 Y Y -- -- Y Y Y C Y Y -- -- Y -NHRA New England Nationals Y -- -- -- Y Y Y Y Y Y Y -- -NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals Y -- -- -- -- Y Y C Y Y -- Y Y Y
Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y -- Y Y -Route 66 NHRA Nationals 2 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Allstar's only Allstar's only -Mopar Mile-High Nationals Y Y -- -- -- Y C Y C Y Y -- Y Y -NHRA Sonoma Nationals Y Y -- -- -- Y Y Y Y -- Y Y -NHRA Northwest Nationals Y -- Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y -- -- -Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals Y Y Y Y -- Y C Y Y Y -- -- -- -Chevrolet Performance US Nationals 1, 4, 5, 6 Y Y Y Y Y Y C Y Y Y -- -- -- -NHRA Carolina Nationals Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y -- -- -- -AAA Insurance NHRA Midwest Nationals Y Y -- -- Y Y Y Y Y -- Y Y -NHRA Keystone Nationals Y Y Y Y Y Y C Y Y Y -- -- -- -AAA Texas NHRA Fall Nationals Y Y Y Y Y Y C Y Y Y -- Y -- -NHRA Toyota Nationals 1 Y Y Y Y Y Y C Y C Y Y -- -- -- -Auto Club NHRA Finals Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y -- -- -- -2015 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series
Class & Special Feature Schedule
SS Stk
1 - Factory Stock Showdown | 2 - Jegs Sporstman Allstars | 3 - K&N Pro Stock Horsepower Challenge | 4 - Mopar Hemi Shootout | 5 - Traxxas Funny Car Shootout | 6 - Traxxas Top Fuel Shootout
Updated 3/18/2015
Event TF FC PSC PSM TAD TAFC Comp SS Stock SC SG SST TD TS TFH
Circle K NHRA WinterNationals 22 22 22 22 22 34 75 75 85 85 16
Carquest Autoparts NHRA Nationals 22 22 22 34 60 60 80 80 36 36
Amalie Oil NHRA GatorNationals 22 22 22 22 22 22 34 75 75 75 75 36
NHRA 4 Wide Nationals 22 22 22 22 20 20 80 85 60 60 36
SummitRacing.com Nationals 22 22 22 20 20 34 70 80 90 90 45 16
O'Reilly Auto Parts Spring Nationals 22 22 22 20 20 34 55 70 70 70 45 36
Summit Racing Equipment Southern Nationals 22 22 22 22 50 65 50 50 45 36 36
NHRA Kansas Nationals 22 22 22 20 20 34 55 55 80 80 45 36 36 16
Toyota NHRA SummerNationals 22 22 22 22 34 65 80 70 70 36
NHRA New England Nationals 22 22 22 34 60 70 60 60 50 36
NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals 22 22 22 55 70 60 60 36 36 16
Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals 22 22 22 22 22 22 34 75 75 80 80 36 36
Route 66 NHRA Nationals 22 22 22 22 24 24 36 70 70 70 70 40
Mopar Mile-High Nationals 22 22 22 22 45 45 65 65 36 36
NHRA Sonoma Nationals 22 22 22 22 50 50 85 85 38 38
NHRA Northwest Nationals 22 22 22 18 18 34 40 50 55 55 45
Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals 22 22 22 22 18 18 50 75 75 75
Chevrolet Performance US Nationals 30 30 30 30 26 26 70 200 200 200 200
NHRA Carolina Nationals 22 22 22 22 18 18 34 65 70 70 70
AAA Insurance NHRA Midwest Nationals 22 22 22 22 34 60 60 70 70 36 36
NHRA Keystone Nationals 22 22 22 22 20 20 34 80 70 65 65
AAA Texas NHRA Fall Nationals 22 22 22 22 20 20 34 65 65 90 90 36
NHRA Toyota Nationals 22 22 22 22 24 24 34 100 100 100 100
Auto Club NHRA Finals 22 22 22 22 24 24 34 70 80 80 80
2015 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series
Event Class Entry Quotas
Event Venue Grade 8& Above Grade 7 Grade 6 Grade 5 Grade 4 Grade 3 Grade 2 Grade 1
Cutoff
Date 
Opens Wednesday 08:00 AM PT for each grade with the corresponding date below (All Times are Pacific) Closes Monday 1:00 PM PT
Circle K NHRA WinterNationals Auto Club Raceway at Pomona | Pomona, CA 11/26/14 12/03/14 12/10/14 12/17/14 12/24/14 12/31/14 01/07/15 01/14/15 02/02/15 02/05/15 02/08/15
Carquest Autoparts NHRA Nationals Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park | Phoenix, AZ 12/10/14 12/17/14 12/24/14 12/31/14 01/07/15 01/14/15 01/21/15 01/28/15 02/16/15 02/20/15 02/22/15
Amalie Oil NHRA GatorNationals Gainesville Raceway | Gainesville, FL 12/31/14 01/07/15 01/14/15 01/21/15 01/28/15 02/04/15 02/11/15 02/18/15 03/09/15 03/12/15 03/15/15
NHRA 4 Wide Nationals zMAX Dragway | Charlotte, NC 01/14/15 01/21/15 01/28/15 02/04/15 02/11/15 02/18/15 02/25/15 03/04/15 03/23/15 03/27/15 03/29/15
SummitRacing.com Nationals The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway | Las Vegas, NV 01/28/15 02/04/15 02/11/15 02/18/15 02/25/15 03/04/15 03/11/15 03/18/15 04/06/15 04/10/15 04/12/15
O'Reilly Auto Parts Spring Nationals Royal Purple Raceway | Houston, TX 02/11/15 02/18/15 02/25/15 03/04/15 03/11/15 03/18/15 03/25/15 04/01/15 04/20/15 04/24/15 04/26/15
Summit Racing Equipment Southern Nationals Atlanta Dragway | Atlanta, GA 03/04/15 03/11/15 03/18/15 03/25/15 04/01/15 04/08/15 04/15/15 04/22/15 05/11/15 05/15/15 05/17/15
NHRA Kansas Nationals Heartland Park Topeka | Topeka, KS 03/11/15 03/18/15 03/25/15 04/01/15 04/08/15 04/15/15 04/22/15 04/29/15 05/18/15 05/22/15 05/24/15
Toyota NHRA SummerNationals Old Bridge Township Raceway Park | Englishtown, NJ 03/25/15 04/01/15 04/08/15 04/15/15 04/22/15 04/29/15 05/06/15 05/13/15 06/01/15 06/04/15 06/07/15
NHRA New England Nationals New England Dragway and Motorsports Park | Epping, NH 04/01/15 04/08/15 04/15/15 04/22/15 04/29/15 05/06/15 05/13/15 05/20/15 06/08/15 06/12/15 06/14/15
NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals Bristol Dragway | Bristol, TN 04/08/15 04/15/15 04/22/15 04/29/15 05/06/15 05/13/15 05/20/15 05/27/15 06/15/15 06/19/15 06/21/15
Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals Summit Motorsports Park | Norwalk, OH 04/22/15 04/29/15 05/06/15 05/13/15 05/20/15 05/27/15 06/03/15 06/10/15 06/29/15 07/02/15 07/05/15
Route 66 NHRA Nationals Route 66 Raceway | Chicago, IL 04/29/15 05/06/15 05/13/15 05/20/15 05/27/15 06/03/15 06/10/15 06/17/15 07/06/15 07/09/15 07/12/15
Mopar Mile-High Nationals Bandimere Speedway | Denver, CO 05/13/15 05/20/15 05/27/15 06/03/15 06/10/15 06/17/15 06/24/15 07/01/15 07/26/15 07/24/15 07/26/15
NHRA Sonoma Nationals Sonoma Raceway | Sonoma, CA 05/20/15 05/27/15 06/03/15 06/10/15 06/17/15 06/24/15 07/01/15 07/08/15 07/27/15 07/31/15 08/02/15
NHRA Northwest Nationals Pacific Raceways | Seattle, WA 05/27/15 06/03/15 06/10/15 06/17/15 06/24/15 07/01/15 07/08/15 07/15/15 08/03/15 08/07/15 08/09/15
Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals Brainerd Int'l Raceway | Brainerd, MN 06/10/15 06/17/15 06/24/15 07/01/15 07/08/15 07/15/15 07/22/15 07/29/15 08/17/15 08/20/15 08/23/15
Chevrolet Performance US Nationals Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis | Indianapolis, IN 06/24/15 07/01/15 07/08/15 07/15/15 07/22/15 07/29/15 08/05/15 08/12/15 08/31/15 09/02/15 09/07/15
NHRA Carolina Nationals zMAX Dragway | Charlotte, NC 07/08/15 07/15/15 07/22/15 07/29/15 08/05/15 08/12/15 08/19/15 08/26/15 09/14/15 09/18/15 09/20/15
AAA Insurance NHRA Midwest Nationals Gateway Motorsports Park | St Louis, MO 07/15/15 07/22/15 07/29/15 08/05/15 08/12/15 08/19/15 08/26/15 09/02/15 09/21/15 09/25/15 09/27/15
NHRA Keystone Nationals Maple Grove Raceway | Reading, PA 07/22/15 07/29/15 08/05/15 08/12/15 08/19/15 08/26/15 09/02/15 09/09/15 09/28/15 10/01/15 10/04/15
AAA Texas NHRA Fall Nationals Texas Motorplex | Dallas, TX 08/05/15 08/12/15 08/19/15 08/26/15 09/02/15 09/09/15 09/16/15 09/23/15 10/12/15 10/15/15 10/18/15
NHRA Toyota Nationals The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway | Las Vegas, NV 08/19/15 08/26/15 09/02/15 09/09/15 09/16/15 09/23/15 09/30/15 10/07/15 10/26/15 10/29/15 11/01/15
Auto Club NHRA Finals Auto Club Raceway at Pomona | Pomona, CA 09/02/15 09/09/15 09/16/15 09/23/15 09/30/15 10/07/15 10/14/15 10/21/15 11/09/15 11/12/15 11/15/15
Jegs Cajun SportsNationals No Problem Raceway l Belle Rose, LA 01/07/15 03/20/15 03/20/15 03/22/15
Jegs Pacific SportsNationals Auto Club Dragway at Auto Club Speedway l Fontana, CA 03/18/15 05/29/15 05/29/15 05/31/15
Jegs Northern SportsNationals National Trail Raceway l Columbus, OH 07/08/15 09/18/15 09/18/15 09/20/15
2015 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series
Event Release Date Schedule
Event Dates
Updated 3/18/2015
Updated 11/25/2014
Dates Track City, State Event
5-Feb 8-Feb Auto Club Raceway at Pomona (TF ONLY) Pomona, CA Circle K NHRA WinterNationals
20-Mar 22-Mar No Problem Raceway Belle Rosa, LA JEGS Cajun SportsNationals
10-Apr 12-Apr The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (TF ONLY) Las Vegas, NV SummitRacing.com Nationals
17-Apr 19-Apr Montgomery Motorsports Park (NON-TF EVENT) Montgomery, AL Lucas Oil Division 2 Event #4
24-Apr 25-Apr Virgina Motorsports Park (NON-TF EVENT) Dinwiddie, VA Lucas Oil Division 1Event #1
15-May 17-May Summit Motorsports Park Norwalk, OH Lucas Oil Division 3 Event #2
22-May 24-May Heartland Park Topeka (TF ONLY) Topeka, KS NHRA Kansas Nationals
5-Jun 7-Jun Route 66 Raceway Joliet, IL Lucas Oil Division 3 Event #3
12-Jun 14-Jun Osage Casino Tulsa Raceway Park Tulsa, OK Lucas Oil Division 4 Event #4
19-Jun 21-Jun Bristol Dragway (TF ONLY) Bristol, TN NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals
19-Jun 21-Jun Bandimere Speedway (NON-TF EVENT) Denver, CO Lucas Oil Division 5 Event #3
24-Jul 26-Jul Sonoma Raceway Sonoma, CA Lucas Oil Division 7 Event #4
21-Aug 23-Aug Pacific Raceways (NON-TF EVENT) Seattle, WA Lucas Oil Division 6 Event #5
6-Nov 8-Nov The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Las Vegas, NV Lucas Oil Division 7 Event #6
2015 NHRA Harley Davidson Drag Racing Series
Event Schedule
Listed by dates
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Event Dates Track City, State TA Region
1 - 1 4/24 - 4/25 Virginia Motorsports Park * Richmond, VA E
1 - 2 5/22 - 5/24 Maple Grove Raceway * Reading, PA E
1 - 3 6/26 - 6/28 Lebanon Valley Dragway * West Lebanon, NY E
1 - 4 7/17 - 7/19 New England Dragway * Epping, NH E
1 - 5 7/31 - 8/2 Atco Raceway * Atco, NJ E
1 - 6 8/14 - 8/16 Cecil County Dragway Rising Sun, MD
1 - 7 9/11 - 9/13 Old Bridge Township Raceway Park Englishtown, NJ
2 - 1 2/13 - 2/15 Orlando Speed World Dragway Orlando, FL
2 - 2 2/20 - 2/22 Gainesville Raceway* Gainesville, FL E
2 - 3 3/6 - 3/8 South Georgia Motorsports Park Cecil, GA
2 - 4 4/17 - 4/19 Montgomery Motorsports Park Montgomery, AL
2 - 5 5/29 - 5/31 Rockingham Dragway Rockingham, NC
2 - 6 9/25 - 9/26 Bristol Dragway Bristol, TN
2 - 7 10/16 - 10/18 Silver Dollar Raceway Reynolds, GA
3 - 1 5/1 - 5/3 Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis * Indianapolis, IN NC
3 - 2 5/15 - 5/17 Summit Motorsports Park * Norwalk, OH NC
3 - 3 6/5 - 6/7 Route 66 Raceway * Chicago, IL NC
3 - 4 7/24 - 7/26 National Trail Raceway * Columbus, OH NC
3 - 5 8/7 - 8/8 Gateway Motorsports Park * St Louis, MO NC
3 - 6 8/28 - 8/30 Beech Bend Raceway Park * Bowling Green, KY NC
4 - 1 4/17 - 4/19 Texas Motorplex * Dallas, TX
4 - 2 5/29 - 5/31 No Problem Raceway Park Belle Rose, LA C
4 - 3 6/12 - 6/14 Osage Casio Tulsa Raceway Park * Tulsa, OK
4 - 4 6/19 - 6/21 Royal Purple Raceway Houston, TX C
4 - 5 9/18 - 9/20 Thunder Road Raceway Park Gilliam, LA
4 - 6 10/9 - 10/11 Thunder Valley Raceway Park * Noble, OK C
5 - 1 5/15 - 5/17 SRCA Dragstrip Great Bend, KS
5 - 2 6/6 - 6/7 Brainerd International Raceway Brainerd, MN
5 - 3 6/19 - 6/21 Bandimere Speedway * Denver, CO C
5 - 4 8/13 - 8/14 Heartland Park Topeka Topeka, KS
5 - 5 8/15 - 8/16 Heartland Park Topeka * Topeka, KS C
5 - 6 9/11 - 9/13 Tri-State Raceway * Earlville, IA C
6 - 1 5/15 - 5/17 Firebird Raceway Boise, ID
6 - 2 6/5 - 6/7 Mission Raceway * Mission, BC W
6 - 3 6/27 - 6/28 Yellowstone Dragstrip Acton, MT
6 - 4 7/17 - 7/19 Woodburn Dragstrip * Woodburn, OR W
6 - 5 8/21 - 8/23 Pacific Raceways * Seattle, WA W
6 - 6 9/18 - 9/20 Woodburn Dragstrip * Woodburn, OR W
7 - 1 2/27 - 3/1 Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park * Chandler, AZ W
7 - 2 4/17 - 4/19 The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway * Las Vegas, NV W
7 - 3 5/22 - 5/24 Auto Club Dragway at Auto Club Speedway Fontana, CA
7 - 4 7/24 - 7/26 Sonoma Raceway Sonoma, CA
7 - 5 9/24 - 9/25 Rocky Mountain Raceways Salt Lake City, UT
7 - 6 9/26 - 9/27 Rocky Mountain Raceways Salt Lake City, UT
7 - 7 11/5 - 11/8 The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway * Las Vegas, NV W
3/20 - 3/22 Jegs Cajun SportsNationals | No Problem Raceway Belle Rose, LA
5/29 - 5/31 Jegs Pacific SportsNationals | Auto Club Dragway at Auto Club Speedway Fontana, CA
9/18 - 9/20 Jegs Northern SportsNationals | National Trail Raceway Columbus, OH
*Denotes regional events with Top Alcohol classes; E=East; NC=North Central; C=Central; W=West
Listed by Division
Division & Region Events Schedule
2015 NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series
Updated 3/18/2015
Event Dates Track City, State TA Region
2 - 1 2/13 - 2/15 Orlando Speed World Dragway Orlando, FL
2 - 2 2/20 - 2/22 Gainesville Raceway * Gainesville, FL E
7 - 1 2/27 - 3/1 Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park * Chandler, AZ W
2 - 3 3/6 - 3/8 South Georgia Motorsports Park Cecil, GA
3/20 - 3/22 Jegs Cajun SportsNationals | No Problem Raceway Belle Rose, LA
2 - 4 4/17 - 4/19 Montgomery Motorsports Park Montgomery, AL
4 - 1 4/17 - 4/19 Texas Motorplex * Dallas, TX C
7 - 2 4/17 - 4/19 The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway * Las Vegas, NV W
1 - 1 4/24 - 4/25 Virgina Motorsports Park * Richmond, VA E
3 - 1 5/1 - 5/3 Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis * Indianapolis, IN NC
3 - 2 5/15 - 5/17 Summit Motorsports Park * Norwalk, OH NC
5 - 1 5/15 - 5/17 SRCA Dragstrip Great Bend, KS
6 - 1 5/15 - 5/17 Firebird Raceway Boise, ID
1 - 2 5/22 - 5/24 Maple Grove Raceway * Reading, PA E
7 - 3 5/22 - 5/24 Auto Club Dragway at Auto Club Speedway Fontana, CA
2 - 5 5/29 - 5/31 Rockingham Dragway Rockingham, NC
4 - 2 5/29 - 5/31 No Problem Raceway Park Belle Rose, LA
5/29 - 5/31 Jegs Pacific SportsNationals Fontana, CA
3 - 3 6/5 - 6/7 Route 66 Raceway * Chicago, IL NC
6 - 2 6/5 - 6/7 Mission Raceway * Mission, BC W
5 - 2 6/6 - 6/7 Brainerd International Raceway Brainerd, MN
4 - 3 6/12 - 6/14 Osage Casio Tulsa Raceway Park * Tulsa, OK C
4 - 4 6/19 - 6/21 Royal Purple Raceway Houston, TX
5 - 3 6/19 - 6/21 Bandimere Speedway * Denver, CO C
1 - 3 6/26 - 6/28 Lebanon Valley Dragway * West Lebanon, NY E
6 - 3 6/27 - 6/28 Yellowstone Dragstrip Acton, MT
1 - 4 7/17 - 7/19 New England Dragway * Epping, NH E
6 - 4 7/17 - 7/19 Woodburn Dragstrip * Woodburn, OR W
3 - 4 7/24 - 7/26 National Trail Raceway * Columbus, OH NC
7 - 4 7/24 - 7/26 Sonoma Raceway Sonoma, CA
1 - 5 7/31 - 8/2 Atco Raceway Atco, NJ E
3 - 5 8/7 - 8/8 Gateway Motorsports Park * St Louis, MO NC
5 - 4 8/13 - 8/14 Heartland Park Topeka Topeka, KS
1 - 6 8/14 - 8/16 Cecil County Dragway Rising Sun, MD
5 - 5 8/15 - 8/16 Heartland Park Topeka * Topeka, KS C
6 - 5 8/21 - 8/23 Pacific Raceways * Seattle, WA W
3 - 6 8/28 - 8/30 Beech Bend Raceway Park * Bowling Green, KY NC
1 - 7 9/11 - 9/13 Old Bridge Township Raceway Park Englishtown, NJ
5 - 6 9/11 - 9/13 Tri-State Raceway * Earlville, IA C
4 - 5 9/18 - 9/20 Thunder Road Raceway Park Gilliam, LA
6 - 6 9/18 - 9/20 Woodburn Dragstrip * Woodburn, OR
9/18 - 9/20 Jegs Northern SportsNationals Columbus, OH
7 - 5 9/24 - 9/25 Rocky Mountain Raceways Salt Lake City, UT
2 - 6 9/25 - 9/26 Bristol Dragway Bristol, TN
7 - 6 9/26 - 9/27 Rocky Mountain Raceways Salt Lake City, UT
4 - 6 10/9 - 10/11 Thunder Valley Raceway Park * Noble, OK C
2 - 7 10/16 - 10/18 Silver Dollar Raceway Reynolds, GA
7 - 7 11/5 - 11/8 The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway * Las Vegas, NV W
*Denotes regional events with Top Alcohol classes; E=East; NC=North Central; C=Central; W=West
2015 NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series
Division & Region Events Schedule
Listed by Date
Updated 3/18/2015
Event Dates Track City, State
2 - 2 2/20 - 2/22 Gainesville Raceway * Gainesville, FL
1 - 1 4/24 - 4/25 Virgina Motorsports Park * Richmond, VA
1 - 2 5/22 - 5/24 Maple Grove Raceway * Reading, PA
1 - 3 6/26 - 6/28 Lebanon Valley Dragway * West Lebanon, NY
1 - 4 7/17 - 7/19 New England Dragway * Epping, NH
1 - 5 7/31 - 8/2 Atco Raceway * Atco, NJ
Event Dates Track City, State
3 - 1 5/1 - 5/3 Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis * Indianapolis, IN
3 - 2 5/15 - 5/17 Summit Motorsports Park * Norwalk, OH
3 - 3 6/5 - 6/7 Route 66 Raceway * Chicago, IL
3 - 4 7/24 - 7/26 National Trail Raceway * Columbus, OH
3 - 5 8/7 - 8/8 Gateway Motorsports Park * St Louis, MO
3 - 6 8/28 - 8/30 Beech Bend Raceway Park * Bowling Green, KY
Event Dates Track City, State
4 - 2 4/17 - 4/19 Texas Motorplex * Dallas, TX
4 - 4 6/12 - 6/14 Osage Casio Tulsa Raceway Park * Tulsa, OK
5 - 3 6/19 - 6/21 Bandimere Speedway * Denver, CO
5 - 6 9/11 - 9/13 Tri-State Raceway * Earlville, IA
4 - 6 10/9 - 10/11 Thunder Valley Raceway Park * Noble, OK
5 - 5 8/15 - 8/16 Heartland Park Topeka * Topeka, KS
Event Dates Track City, State
7 - 1 2/27 - 3/1 Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park * Chandler, AZ
7 - 2 4/17 - 4/19 The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway * Las Vegas, NV
6 - 2 6/5 - 6/7 Mission Raceway * Mission, BC
6 - 4 7/17 - 7/19 Woodburn Dragstrip * Woodburn, OR
6 - 5 8/21 - 8/23 Pacific Raceways * Seattle, WA
6 - 6 9/18 - 9/20 Woodburn Dragstrip * Woodburn, OR
7 - 7 11/6 - 11/8 The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway * Las Vegas, NV
West Region
2015 NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series
Alcohol Regional Event Schedule
Listed by region
East Region
North Central Region
Central Region
Updated 3/18/2015
DIV
LODRS
Season EVENT TRACK LOCATION
1 2014 1 - 2 Maple Grove Raceway * E Reading, PA 5/23/2014 - 5/25/2014
2014 1 - 3 Lebanon Valley Dragway * E West Lebanon, NY 6/13/2014 - 6/15/2014
2014 1 - 4 New England Dragway * E Epping, NH 7/18/2014 - 7/20/2014
2014 1 - 5 Atco Raceway Atco, NJ 8/1/2014 - 8/3/2014
2014 1 - 6 Cecil County Dragway Rising Sun, MD 8/15/2014 - 8/17/2014
2014 1 - 7 Old Bridge Township Raceway Park Englishtown, NJ 9/5/2014 - 9/7/2014
2015 1 - 1 Virginia Motorsports Park * E Richmond, VA 4/24/2015 - 4/25/2015
2 2014 2 - 5 Bristol Dragway Bristol, TN 6/20/2014 - 6/21/2014
2014 2 - 6 Auto-Plus Raceway at Gainesville * E Gainesville, FL 10/10/2014 - 10/12/2014
2014 2 - 7 Silver Dollar Raceway Reynolds, GA 10/17/2014 - 10/19/2014
2015 2 - 1 Orlando Speed World Dragway Orlando, FL 2/13/2014 - 2/15/2015
2015 2 - 2 Gainesville Raceway * E Gainesville, FL 2/20/2014 - 2/22/2015
2015 2 - 3 South Georgia Motorsports Park Cecil, GA 3/6/2014 - 3/8/2015
2015 2 - 4 Montgomery Motorsports Park Montgomery, AL 4/17/2014 - 4/19/2015
3 2014 3 - 3 Route 66 Raceway * NC Chicago, IL 6/6/2014 - 6/8/2014
2014 3 - 4 National Trail Raceway * NC Columbus, OH 7/18/2014 - 7/20/2014
2014 3 - 5 Gateway Motorsports Park * NC St Louis, MO 8/8/2014 - 8/9/2014
2014 3 - 6 Beech Bend Raceway Park * NC Bowling Green, KY 8/22/2014 - 8/24/2014
2015 3 - 1 Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis * NC Indianapolis, IN 5/1/2015 - 5/3/2015
2015 3 - 2 Summit Motorsports Park * NC Norwalk, OH 5/15/2015 - 5/17/2015
4 2014 4 - 3 No Problem Raceway Park Belle Rose, LA 6/6/2014 - 6/8/2014
2014 4 - 4 Osage Casio Tulsa Raceway Park * C Tulsa, OK 6/20/2014 - 6/22/2014
2014 4 - 5 Thunder Road Raceway Park Gilliam, LA 9/12/2014 - 9/14/2014
2014 4 - 6 Thunder Valley Raceway Park * C Noble, OK 10/3/2014 - 10/5/2014
2015 4 - 1 Texas Motorplex * C Dallas, TX 4/17/2015 - 4/19/2015
2015 4 - 2 No Problem Raceway Park Belle Rose, LA 5/29/2015 - 5/31/2015
5 2014 5 - 3 Bandimere Speedway * C Denver, CO 6/13/2014 - 6/15/2014
2014 5 - 4 Heartland Park Topeka Topeka, KS 7/25/2014 - 7/26/2013
2014 5 - 5 Heartland Park Topeka * C Topeka, KS 8/22/2014 - 8/23/2014
2014 5 - 6 Tri-State Raceway * C Earlville, IA 9/5/2014 - 9/7/2014
2015 5 - 1 SRCA Dragstrip Great Bend, KS 5/15/2015 - 5/17/2015
2015 5 - 2 Brainerd International Raceway Brainerd, MN 6/6/2015 - 6/7/2015
6 2014 6 - 2 Spokane County Raceway Spokane, WA 5/16/2014 - 5/18/2014
2014 6 - 3 Mission Raceway * W Mission, BC 6/6/2014 - 6/8/2014
2014 6 - 4 Yellowstone Dragstrip Acton, MT 6/20/2014 - 6/22/2014
2014 6 - 5 Woodburn Dragstrip * W Woodburn, OR 7/11/2014 - 7/13/2014
2014 6 - 6 Pacific Raceways * W Seattle, WA 8/15/2014 - 8/17/2014
2015 6 - 1 Firebird Raceway Boise, ID 5/15/2015 - 5/17/2015
7 2014 7 - 3 Top Gun Raceway Fallon, NV 6/14/2014 - 6/15/2014
2014 7 - 4 Sonoma Raceway Sonoma, CA 7/18/2014 - 7/20/2014
2014 7 - 5 Rocky Mountain Raceways Salt Lake City, UT 9/26/2014 - 9/28/2014
2014 7 - 6 The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway * W Las Vegas, NV 11/6/2014 - 11/9/2014
2015 7 - 1 Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park * W Chandler, AZ 2/27/2015 - 3/1/2015
2015 7 - 2 The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway * W Las Vegas, NV 4/17/2015 - 4/19/2015
2015 NHRA Jegs Allstars Points Series
Division & Region Events Schedule
Listed by Divisions
DATE
*Denotes regional events with Top Alcohol classes; E=East; NC=North Central; C=Central; W=West
Updated 3/18/2015
Updated 11/25/2014
Year Track Name City State Division
2010 Huntsville Dragway (Ineligible) Huntsville AL 2
2011 Huntsville Dragway (Declined - Affected by Weather) Huntsville AL 2
2012 Huntsville Dragway Huntsville AL 2
2013 Huntsville Dragway (not contested) Huntsville AL 2
2014 Huntsville Dragway (not contested) Huntsville AL 2
2015 Holiday Raceway Woodstock AL 2
2016 Montgomery Motorsports Park Montgomery AL 2
2010 Firebird International Raceway Chandler AZ 7
2011 Speedworld Dragstrip Northwest Phoenix AZ 7
2012 Firebird International Raceway Chandler AZ 7
2013 Speedworld Dragstrip (not contested) Northwest Phoenix AZ 7
2014 Wild Horse Motorsports Park (not contested) Chandler AZ 7
2015 Wild Horse Motorsports Park Chandler AZ 7
2010 Auto Club Dragway at Auto Club Speedway Fontana CA 7
2011 Auto Club Famoso Raceway (not contested) McFarland CA 7
2012 Barona 1/8 Mile Drag Strip San Diego CA 7
2013 Sonoma Raceway (not contested) Sonoma CA 7
2014 Redding Drag Strip Redding CA 7
2015 Sacramento Raceway Sacramento CA 7
2016 Samoa Drag Strip Samoa CA 7
2017 Irwindale Irwindale CA 7
2010 Bandimere Speedway Morrison CO 5
2011 Julesburg Dragstrip Julesburg CO 5
2012 Pueblo Motorsports Park Pueblo CO 5
2013 Western Colorado Dragway Grand Junction CO 7
2014 Bandimere Speedway Morrison CO 5
2015 Julesburg Dragstrip Julesburg CO 5
2010 U.S. 13 Dragway (not contested) Delmar DE 1
2011 U.S. 13 Dragway (not contested) Delmar DE 1
2012 U.S. 13 Dragway Delmar DE 1
2013 U.S. 13 Dragway (not contested) Delmar DE 1
2014 U.S. 13 Dragway Delmar DE 1
2015 U.S. 13 Dragway Delmar DE 1
2015 NHRA State Championship
Hosting Track Rotation
Listed by State
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
COLORADO
DELAWARE
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Year Track Name City State Division
2015 NHRA State Championship
Hosting Track Rotation
Listed by State
2010 Bradenton Motorsports Park (not contested) Bradenton FL 2
2011 Emerald Coast Dragway Holt FL 2
2010 Gainesville Raceway Gainesville FL 2
2012 Orlando Speed World Dragway Orlando FL 2
2013 Showtime Dragstrip (not contested) Clearwater FL 2
2013 Orlando Speed World Dragway Orlando FL 2
2014 Orlando Speed World Dragway (Hosted again - yes) Orlando FL 2
2015 Gainesville Raceway Gainesville FL 2
2010 Atlanta Dragway (not contested) Commerce GA 2
2010 Silver Dollar Raceway Reynolds GA 2
2011 South Georgia Motor Sports Park Cecil GA 2
2012 U.S. 19 Dragway Albany GA 2
2013 Atlanta Dragway (not contested) Commerce GA 2
2014 Silver Dollar Raceway Reynolds GA 2
2015 South Georgia Motor Sports Park Valdosta GA 2
2010 Kauai Raceway Park Kapaa HI 7
2011 Maui Raceway Park Wailuku Maui 7
2012 Kauai Raceway Park Kapaa HI 7
2013 Maui Raceway Park Wailuku HI 7
2014 Kauai Raceway Park Kapaa HI 7
2015 Maui Raceway Park Kahului HI 7
2010 Firebird Raceway Eagle ID 6
2011 Firebird Raceway Eagle ID 6
2012 Firebird Raceway Eagle ID 6
2013 Firebird Raceway Eagle ID 6
2014 Firebird Raceway Eagle ID 6
2015 Firebird Raceway Eagle ID 6
2010 Coles County Dragway Charleston IL 3
2011 Cordova Dragway Park Cordova IL 5
2012 Gateway International Raceway (not contested) Madison IL 3
2012 Mid-State Dragway (not contested) Havana IL 3
2012 Route 66 Raceway Joliet IL 3
2013 Byron Dragway Byron IL 3
2014 Gateway Motorsports Park Madison IL 3
2015 Coles County Dragway Charleston IL 3
GEORGIA
HAWAII
IDAHO
ILLINOIS
FLORIDA
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Year Track Name City State Division
2015 NHRA State Championship
Hosting Track Rotation
Listed by State
2010 Bunker Hill Dragstrip (Moved to Chandler) Bunker Hill IN 3
2010 Chandler Motorsports Park Chandler IN 3
2011 Crossroads Dragway Terre Haute IN 3
2012 Lyons Raceway Park Lyons IN 3
2013 Muncie Dragway Westfield IN 3
2014 Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis Indianapolis IN 3
2015 Bunker Hill Dragstrip Bunker Hill IN 3
2010 Cedar Falls Raceway Cedar Falls IA 5
2011 Eddyville Raceway Park Oskaloosa IA 5
2012 Iowa Speedway (not contested) Newton IA 5
2012 Rolling Thunder Dragstrip Pacific Junction IA 5
2013 Tri-State Raceway Earlville IA 5
2014 Rolling Thunder Dragstrip Pacific Junction IA 5
2015 Tri-State Raceway Earlville IA 5
2010 Heartland Park Topeka Topeka KS 5
2011 Kansas Int’l Dragway Maize KS 5
2012 S.R.C.A. Dragstrip Great Bend KS 5
2013 Heartland Park Topeka Topeka KS 5
2014 Kansas Int’l Dragway Maize KS 5
2015 S.R.C.A. Dragstrip Great Bend KS 5
2010 Beech Bend Raceway Park Bowling Green KY 3
2011 Ohio Valley Raceway West Point KY 3
2012 Windy Hollow Raceway Park - Declined Owensboro KY 3
2012 Beech Bend Raceway Park Bowling Green KY 3
2013 (not contested) KY 3
2014 Ohio Valley Raceway West Point KY 3
2015 Beacon Dragway Paducah KY 3
2010 No Problem Raceway Belle Rose LA 4
2011 No Problem Raceway Belle Rose LA 4
2012 No Problem Raceway Belle Rose LA 4
2013 Thunder Road Raceway Park (not contested) Gilliam LA 4
2014 No Problem Raceway Belle Rose LA 4
2015 Thunder Road Raceway Park Gilliam LA 4
INDIANA
IOWA
KANSAS
KENTUCKY
LOUISIANA
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Year Track Name City State Division
2015 NHRA State Championship
Hosting Track Rotation
Listed by State
2010 Capitol Raceway (not contested) Crofton MD 1
2011 Cecil County Dragway (not contested) Rising Sun MD 1
2012 Mason-Dixon Dragway Boonsboro MD 1
2013 Cecil County Dragway (not contested) Rising Sun MD 1
2013 Mason-Dixon Dragway Boonsboro MD 1
2014 Mason-Dixon Dragway Boonsboro MD 1
2015 Cecil County Dragway Rising Sun MD 1
2010 Mid-Michigan Motorplex Stanton MI 3
2011 Milan Dragway Milan MI 3
2012 Mid-Michigan Motorplex Stanton MI 3
2013 Milan Dragway Milan MI 3
2014 Mid-Michigan Motorplex (Rained out; rescheduled spring '15) Stanton MI 3
2015 Milan Dragway Milan MI 3
2010 Brainerd International Raceway Brainerd MN 5
2011 Grove Creek Raceway Grove City MN 5
2012 Top End Dragways Glyldon MN 5
2013 Brainerd International Raceway Brainerd MN 5
2014 Grove Creek Raceway Grove City MN 5
2015 Top End Dragways Glyldon MN 5
2010 Holly Springs Motor Sports Inc. Holly Springs MS 2
2011 Holly Springs Motor Sports Inc. (not contested) Holly Springs MS 2
2012 Holly Springs Motor Sports Inc. Holly Springs MS 2
2013 Holly Springs Motor Sports (not contested) Holly Springs MS 2
2014 Holly Springs Motor Sports Holly Springs MS 2
2015
2014 Dyno Dom's Sikeston Raceway Sikeston MO 3
2015 Dyno Dom's Sikeston Raceway Sikeston MO 3
2010 Lewistown Raceway Lewistown MT 6
2011 Lost Creek Raceway Anaconda MT 6
2012 Lewistown Raceway Lewistown MT 6
2013 Lost Creek Raceway Anaconda MT 6
2014 Lewistown Raceway Lewistown MT 6
2015 Yellowstone Drag Strip Acton MT 6
MINNESOTA
MISSISSIPPI
MISSOURI
MONTANA
MARYLAND
MICHIGAN
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Year Track Name City State Division
2015 NHRA State Championship
Hosting Track Rotation
Listed by State
2010 Kearney Raceway Park Kearney NE 5
2011 Kearney Raceway Park Kearney NE 5
2012 Kearney Raceway Park Kearney NE 5
2013 Kearney Raceway Park Kearney NE 5
2014 Kearney Raceway Park Kearney NE 5
2015 Kearney Raceway Park Kearney NE 5
2010 The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Las Vegas NV 7
2011 Top Gun Raceway Fallon NV 7
2012 The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Las Vegas NV 7
2013 Top Gun Raceway Fallon NV 7
2014 The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Las Vegas NV 7
2015 Top Gun Raceway Fallon NV 7
2011 New England Dragway (not contested) Epping NH 1
2012 New England Dragway Epping NH 1
2013 New England Dragway (not contested) Epping NH 1
2014 New England Dragway Epping NH 1
2015 New England Dragway Epping NH 1
2010 Atco Raceway Atco NJ 1
2011 Island Dragway (not contested) Great Meadows NJ 1
2011 Old Bridge Township Raceway Park Englishtown NJ 1
2012 Atco Raceway Atco NJ 1
2013 Island Dragway (not contested) Great Meadows NJ 1
2014 Old Bridge Township Raceway Park Englishtown NJ 1
2015 Atco Raceway Atco NJ 1
2010 Albuquerque Dragway Albuquerque NM 7
2011 Hobbs Motorsports Park Hobbs NM 4
2012 Albuquerque Dragway Albuquerque NM 7
2013 Hobbs Motorsports Park (not contested) Hobbs NM 4
2013 Albuquerque Dragway Albuquerque NM 7
2014 Albuquerque Dragway Albuquerque NM 7
2015 Albuquerque Dragway Albuquerque NM 7
2010 ESTA Safety Park Cicero NY 1
2011 Lebanon Valley Dragway West Lebanon NY 1
2012 Spencer Speedway Williamson NY 1
2013 ESTA Safety Park (not contested) Cicero NY 1
2014 Lebanon Valley Dragway West Lebanon NY 1
2015 Spencer Speedway Williamson NY 1
NEW JERSEY
NEW MEXICO
NEW YORK
NORTH CAROLINA
NEVADA
NEW HAMPSHIRE
NEBRASKA
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Year Track Name City State Division
2015 NHRA State Championship
Hosting Track Rotation
Listed by State
2010 zMax Dragway (not contested) Concord NC 2
2011 zMax Dragway (not contested) Concord NC 2
2012 zMax Dragway Concord NC 2
2013 zMax Dragway (not contested) Concord NC 2
2014 zMax Dragway (not contested) Concord NC 2
2015 Rockingham Dragway Rockingham NC 2
2010 Edgewater Sports Park Cleves OH 3
2011 Kil-Kare Dragway Xenia OH 3
2012 National Trail Raceway Hebron OH 3
2013 Pacemakers Dragway Park Mt. Vernon OH 3
2014 Summit Racing Equipment Motorsports Park Norwalk OH 3
2015 Tri-State Dragway Hamilton OH 3
2010 Sooner Motorplex Lawton OK 4
2011 Thunder Valley Raceway Park Noble OK 4
2012 Tulsa Raceway Park Tulsa OK 4
2013 Thunder Valley Raceway Park Noble OK 4
2014 Tulsa Raceway Park Tulsa OK 4
2015 Thunder Valley Raceway Park Noble OK 4
2010 Champion Raceway Eagle Point OR 6
2011 Coos Bay Speedway Coos Bay OR 6
2012 Lakeview Dragstrip (not contested) Lakeview OR 6
2012 Madras Dragstrip Madras OR 6
2013 Portland International Raceway Portland OR 6
2014 Woodburn Dragstrip Woodburn OR 6
2015 Champion Raceway Eagle Point OR 6
2010 Maple Grove Raceway Mohnton PA 1
2011 Numidia Dragway (not contested) Hawley PA 1
2012 Quarter Aces Drag-O-Way Carlisle PA 1
2013 Maple Grove Raceway (not contested) Mohnton PA 1
2014 Numidia Dragway Hawley PA 1
2015 South Mountain Raceway Boiling Springs PA 1
2010 Oahe Speedway Fort Pierre SD 5
2011 Sturgis Dragway Sturgis SD 5
2012 Oahe Speedway Fort Pierre SD 5
2013 Sturgis Dragway Sturgis SD 5
2014 Oahe Speedway Fort Pierre SD 5
2015 Sturgis Dragway Sturgis SD 5
OKLAHOMA
OREGON
PENNSYLVANIA
SOUTH DAKOTA
OHIO
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Year Track Name City State Division
2015 NHRA State Championship
Hosting Track Rotation
Listed by State
2010 Bristol Dragway Bristol TN 2
2011 Music City Raceway Hendersonville TN 2
2012 Northwest Tennessee Motorsports Park (No-member) Gleason TN 2
2012 Bristol Dragway Bristol TN 2
2013 Music City Raceway Nashville TN 2
2014 Bristol Dragway Bristol TN 2
2015 Music City Raceway Nashville TN 2
2010 Edinburg Int'l Racetrack Edinburg TX 4
2011 Houston Motorsports Park (NO BRACKET RACING) Houston TX 4
2011 Lubbock Dragway (Temp. closed) Slaton TX 4
2011 North-Star Dragway Denton TX 4
2012 Paris Drag Strip (not contested) Paris TX 4
2013 Royal Purple Raceway Baytown TX 4
2014 Texas Motorplex Ennis TX 4
2015 Texas Raceway Kennedale TX 4
2013 Rocky Mountain Raceways West Valley City UT 7
2014 Rocky Mountain Raceways West Valley City UT 7
2015 Rocky Mountain Raceways West Valley City UT 7
2012 Virgina Motorsports Park Petersburg VA 1
2013 Virgina Motorsports Park Petersburg VA 1
2014 Virgina Motorsports Park Petersburg VA 1
2015 Virgina Motorsports Park Petersburg VA 1
2010 Bremerton Raceway Port Orchard WA 6
2011 Pacific Raceways Kent WA 6
2012 Renegade Raceways Yakima WA 6
2013 Spokane County Raceway Spokane WA 6
2014 Walla Walla Drag Strip Walla Walla WA 6
2015 Bremerton Raceway Port Orchard WA 6
2010 Great Lakes Dragway Union Grove WI 3
2011 Rock Falls Raceway Eau Claire WI 5
2012 Great Lakes Dragway Union Grove WI 3
2013 Rock Falls Raceway Eau Claire WI 5
2014 Great Lakes Dragway Union Grove WI 3
2015 Rock Falls Raceway Eau Claire WI 5
TEXAS
UTAH
VIRGINIA
WASHINGTON
WISCONSIN
TENNESSEE
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Year Track Name City State Division
2015 NHRA State Championship
Hosting Track Rotation
Listed by State
2010 Douglas Motorsports Park Douglas WY 5
2011 Douglas Motorsports Park Douglas WY 5
2012 Douglas Motorsports Park Douglas WY 5
2013 Douglas Motorsports Park Douglas WY 5
2014 Douglas Motorsports Park Douglas WY 5
2015 Douglas Motorsports Park Douglas WY 5
2010 M.H.D.R.A. Medicine Hat AB 6
2011 M.H.D.R.A. Medicine Hat AB 6
2012 M.H.D.R.A. Medicine Hat AB 6
2013 M.H.D.R.A. Medicine Hat AB 6
2014 M.H.D.R.A. Medicine Hat AB 6
2015 M.H.D.R.A. Medicine Hat AB 6
2010 Mission Raceway Park Mission BC 6
2011 Mission Raceway Park Mission BC 6
2012 Mission Raceway Park Mission BC 6
2013 Mission Raceway Park (not contested) Mission BC 6
2014 Mission Raceway Park Mission BC 6
2015 Mission Raceway Park Mission BC 6
2010 St. Thomas Dragway Park (not contested) Sparta ON 3
2011 Toronto Motorsports Park (not contested) Cayuga ON 1
2012 Toronto Motorsports Park Cayuga ON 1
2013 St. Thomas Raceway Park Sparta ON 3
2014 Toronto Motorsports Park Cayuga ON 1
2015 St. Thomas Raceway Park Sparta ON 3
2010 Luskville Dragway (not contested) Luskville PQ 1
2011 Napierville Dragway (not contested) Napierville PQ 1
2012 Luskville Dragway Luskville PQ 1
2013 Napierville Dragway (not contested) Napierville PQ 1
2014 Luskville Dragway Luskville PQ 1
2015 Napierville Dragway Napierville PQ 1
2010 Saskatchewan International Raceway Saskatoon SA 6
2011 Saskatchewan International Raceway Saskatoon SA 6
2012 Saskatchewan International Raceway Saskatoon SA 6
2013 Saskatchewan International Raceway Saskatoon SA 6
2014 Saskatchewan International Raceway Saskatoon SA 6
2015 Saskatchewan International Raceway Saskatoon SA 6
SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA
WYOMING
ALBERTA, CANADA
BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
ONTARIO, CANADA
QUEBEC, CANADA
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Year Track Name City State Division
2015 NHRA State Championship
Hosting Track Rotation
Listed by State
2010 Puerto Rico International Speedway Salinas PR 2
2011 Puerto Rico International Speedway (not contested) Salinas PR 2
2012 Puerto Rico International Speedway Salinas PR 2
2013 Puerto Rico International Speedway (not contested) Salinas PR 2
2014 Puerto Rico International Speedway Salinas PR 2
2015 Puerto Rico International Speedway Salinas PR 2
PUERTO RICO
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2015 NHRA Mello Yello Gold Card Privilege Recipients
Class Pos. Driver Car # Class Pos. Driver Car # Addl't Touring Pros
TF 1 Tony Schumahcer 356 FC 1 Matt Hagan 2814
TF 2 J.R. Todd 373 FC 2 John Force 723
TF 3 Spencer Massey 421 FC 3 Tommy Johnson 33
TF 4 Shawn Langdon 333 FC 4 Courtney Force 746 PSB Addl't Pro Courtesy
TF 5 Doug Kalitta 22 FC 5 Robert Hight 7000 Gerald Savoie 401
TF 6 Steve Torrence 475 FC 6 Del Worsham 750 Chaz Kennedy 207
TF 7 Antron Brown 123 FC 7 Alexis DeJoria 771 Adam Arana 301
TF 8 Khalid AlBalooshi 99 FC 8 Ron Capps 28 Shawn Gann 205
TF 9 Richie Crampton 358 FC 9 Tim Wilkerson 347 James Underdahl 533
TF 10 Brittany Force 745 FC 10 Crus Pedregon 71 Fred Camarena 32
TF 11 Bob Vandergriff 12 FC 11 Jack Beckman 711 Mike Berry 573
TF 12 Clay Millican 255 FC 12 Robert Tasca 77 Elvira Karlsson 895
TF 13 Terry McMillen 21 FC 13 Jeff Arend 170
TF 14 Leah Pritchett 777 FC 14 Tony Pedregon 72
TF 15 Morgan Lucas 34 FC 15 Chad Head 3111
TF 16 Larry Dixon 91 FC 16 Jeff Diehl 719
TF 17 Troy Buff 497 FC 17 Gary Densham 782
TF 18 Billy Torrence 474 FC 18 Terry Haddock 121
TF 19 Pat Dakin 303 FC 19 Paul Lee 116
TF 20 Dominic Lagana 198 FC 20 Bob Bode 340
Class Pos. Driver Car # Class Pos. Driver Car #
PS 1 Erica Enders-Steven48 PSM 1 Anderw Hines 504
PS 2 Jason Line 2455 PSM 2 Eddie Krawiec 88
PS 3 Dave Connolly 51 PSM 3 Hector Arana Jr 300
PS 4 Shane Gray 730 PSM 4 Matt Smith 204
PS 5 Jeg Coughlin 25 PSM 5 Steve Johnson 751
PS 6 Allen Johnson 93 PSM 6 Scott Pollacheck 635
PS 7 Jonathan Gray 13 PSM 7 Hector Arana 235
PS 8 Vincent Nobile 154 PSM 8 John Hall 1528
PS 9 V. Gaines 55 PSM 9 Angie Smith 77
PS 10 Chris McGaha 4264 PSM 10 Michael Ray 413
PS 11 Greg Anderson 233
PS 12 Rodger Brogdon 764
PS 13 Larry Morgan 357
PS 14 0 0
PS 15 0 0
PS 16 0 0
PS 17 0 0
PS 18 0 0
PS 19 0 0
PS 20 0 0
***PS #16-20 did not attend the 14 required events for Touring Pro Status
2015 NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series
Gold, Silver, Bronze Card Holders
Listed by Class, then Last Name
Class Card F. Name L. Name Car Class Status F. Name L. Name Car #
TAD S Johnny Ahten 734 TAFC B Sean Bellemeur 799
TAD B Jeff Ashwell 6931 TAFC B Mark Billington 2606
TAD S Garrett Bateman 611 TAFC B Tony Bogolo 331
TAD S Brandon Booher 323 TAFC S Andrew Bohl 313
TAD B Richard Bourke 1482 TAFC G Dale Brand 500
TAD S David Brounkowski 412 TAFC B Wayne Butler 3608
TAD S Chase Copeland 489 TAFC S DJ Cox 118
TAD S Shawn Cowie 681 TAFC S Raymond Drew 321
TAD G Chris Demke 732 TAFC B John Evanchuck 6352
TAD S Jared Dreher 307 TAFC G Mickey Ferro 194
TAD B Dean Dubbin 522 TAFC B John Fiorini 1996
TAD B John Finke 1015 TAFC S Chris Foster 502
TAD G Jackie Fricke 1212 TAFC B Steve Gasparrelli 7735
TAD B Gord Gingles 589 TAFC B Dave Germain 6057
TAD B Brandon Greco 1490 TAFC S Mathew Gill 1483
TAD B John Gutierrez 303 TAFC S Doug Gordon 7524
TAD S Dave Hirata 318 TAFC G Steve Harker 806
TAD B Mike Kosky 185 TAFC B John Headley 189
TAD B Bill Litton 704 TAFC S Kris Hool 562
TAD S Michael Manners 465 TAFC S Brian Hough 6515
TAD B Megan McKernan 7599 TAFC S Greg Hunter 597
TAD S Rich McPhillips 110 TAFC B Nick Januik 729
TAD B Dan Mercier 182 TAFC S John Lombardo 735
TAD G Randy Meyer 596 TAFC B Nancy Matter 471
TAD S Wayne Morris 1320 TAFC B Paul Noakes 377
TAD B Daniel Page 1900 TAFC G Jay Payne 210
TAD B Brandon Pierce 4111 TAFC B Robert Pfeister 322
TAD B Jerry Powell II 360V TAFC S Dan Pomponio 1509
TAD S Bill Reichert 391 TAFC S Todd Robertson 319
TAD B Robin Samsel 326 TAFC S Clint Thompson 6345
TAD B Frank Schuster 112 TAFC B Fredrick Tigges 147
TAD S Joey Severance 613 TAFC B Lance VanHauen 556
TAD S Duane Shields 765 TAFC S Todd Veney 303
TAD B Don St Arnaud 6067 TAFC S Shane Westerfield 744
TAD S James Stevens 515 TAFC S Annie Whitley 584
TAD B Ross Stickler 7590 TAFC B Kirk Williams 590
TAD S Mike Strasburg 728
TAD S Mark Taliaferro 487
TAD G Marty Thacker 310
TAD B James ThompsonJr 416
TAD S Jeff Veale 176
TAD B Christine Zeller 521
2015 NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series
Gold, Silver, Bronze Card Holders
Listed by Class, then Last Name
Class Status F. Name L. Name Car # Class Status F. Name L. Name Car #
TD G Christopher Carrico # TS G Jerry Albert #
TD G Michael Daniele # TS G Jeffrey Baker #
TD G Matt Driskell # TS G Richard Bell #
TD G Mark Jones # TS G Jeff Gillette #
TD G Dan Provost # TS G JJ Heber #
TD G Casey Spradlin # TS G Rod Hymas #
TD G Moe Trujillo # TS G Kirk Pieke #
Comp G Frank AragonaJr 193 SC G Kevin Brannon 2501
Comp S Rick Brown 357 SC G Steve Casner 7498
Comp S Alan Ellis 7767 SC S Ray Connolly 363X
Comp G Chuck Haubiel 307 SC G Michael Dalrymple 6997
Comp G Tony Mandella 705 SC G Trevor Larson 5252
Comp G Todd Patterson 5250 SC G Jeff Lopez 4311
Comp G Dave Rampy 2885 SC S Rustin Mayse 498K
Comp G David Rampy 2885 SC S Raymond Miller 2771
Comp S Scott Richardson 2106 SC S Brad Plourd 6108
Comp G Kevin Self 4440 SC G Edmond Richardson 2920
Comp S Clark Smiley 469 SC G Tom Stalba 1987
Comp G Aaron Strong 677 SC S Austin Williams 464Q
Comp S Shaun Vincent 5248 SG G Luke Bogacki 488B
SS S Fred Bartoli 3222 SG S Steve Collier 4934
SS G Peter Biondo 1136 SG S Troy Coughlin 394
SS G Sean Cour 6396 SG G Steve Furr 2114
SS G Mike Crutchfield 2610 SG S Steve Hoyt 3372
SS S Slate Cummings 473 SG G Jason Kenny 1770
SS G Ricky Decker 3131 SG G Trevor Larson 5252
SS G Jimmy DeFrank 7378 SG S Jeff Lopez 4311
SS G Jimmy Hidalgo Jr 4865 SG G Robby Lopez 4888
SS S Joseph Santangelo 1778 SG G Eddy Plaizier 6247
SS S Tom Sheehan 1046 SG S Mike Sawyer 1873
SS G Phil Unruh 5149 SG S Tom Stalba 1987
SS S Brad Zaskowski 3697 SG G Steve Williams 735
Stk S Peter Biondo 1136 SST G Dave Hall 7211
Stk S Slate Cummings 400D SST G Jeff Landholm 5379
Stk G Mark Faul 6821 SST G Ronnie Maggart 2027
Stk G Anthony Fetch 154 SST G Tom Manfred 6721
Stk S Jeff Hairrington 2004 SST G Greg Parson 4820
Stk G Jimmy Hidalgo Jr 4865 SST G Frank Quarno Jr
Stk G Kyle Rizzoli 703D SST G Scotty Rienschield 314X
Stk S Gregory Rowe 2923 ETMX G Jeffrey Havens #
Stk S Drew Skillman 3909 ETMX G Robert Sanders #
Stk G Brett Speer 5929 ETMX G Leo Shaver #
Stk G Jeff Strickland 2124 ETMX G Mike Voss #
Stk G Randy Wilkes 3220
Stk G Austin Williams 464Q
2015 NHRA Summit Drag Racing Series
Gold Card Holders
Listed by Division, then Last Name
Division Name Class #
D1 Stephen Sisko Jr Super Pro
D1 Sean Steffey Pro
D1 David Ferguson Motorcycle
D1 Scott Smith Street
D1 John Scheaffer High School
D2 Cliff Carr Super Pro
D2 Terry (Mark) Horton Pro
D2 Bill Crutcher Jr Sportsman
D2 Roy Hagadorn Super Pro Bike
D2 Brandon Waller High School
D3 Tony Pranger Jeg's SQ
D3 Tim Buckley Super Pro
D3 Steven Collier Pro
D3 Ted Lipka Sportsman
D3 Bruce Damewood Super Pro Bike
D3 Dustin Eveland High School
D4 Don Boulware SP
D4 Chris Eidson PRO
D4 Rob Howard NOEQ
D4 Martin Brown NOES
D4 Brenda Kay ETMX
D5 JB Lobner Super Pro
D5 Dustin Moore Pro
D5 Dave Rose Sportsman
D5 Beau Drexler MX
D5 Troy Keys High School
D6 Steve Laskowske Super Pro ROC
D6 Dave Bronec Pro ROD
D6 Karl Hart Sportsman ROC
D6 Terry Holloway Motorcycle ROC
D6 Cameron Loos High School ROC
D6 Norm Braedt Super Pro
D6 Nick Shepherd Pro
D6 Gordon Rust II Sportsman
D6 Jeff Havens Motorcycle
D7 Dave Meziere Super Pro
D7 Gerard Halle Pro
D7 Brian Kam Sportsman
D7 Aaron Pine ETMX
D7 Steve Casner Super Pro ROC
D7 George Chatterton Pro ROC
D7 Ryan Mangus Sportsman ROC
D7 Gaige Herrera Motorcylce ROC
D7 Austin Hayward High School ROC
2015 NHRA Junior Drag Racing League Gold Card Holders
Listed by Division, then Last Name
Division Name Class
D1 Alesis Waid 8-9 yrs.
D1 Benjamin DeYoung 14-15 yrs.
D1 Cameron Murray 16-17 yrs.
D1 Charlotte Mallow 12-13 yrs.
D1 James Paylor 10-11 yrs.
D1 Jarrod Kissinger 12 yrs.
D2 Cameron Wheeler 8-9 yrs.
D2 Camryn Fredickson 15 yrs.
D2 Caroline McCarty 10-12 yrs.
D2 Chelsea Ozell Brown 10 yrs.
D2 Devin Kiser 13 yrs.
D2 Jennifer Craft 13-17 yrs.
D3 Brad Cole 10-12 yrs.
D3 Derek Raymond 14 yrs.
D3 Lizzie Martel 8-9 yrs.
D3 Shelby Hamilton 13-17 yrs.
D3 Walker Thompson 8-9 yrs.
D4 Arabella Maitland 11 yrs.
D4 Braden Bettis 10 yrs.
D4 Brayden Staab 13-14 yrs.
D4 Brooke Heckel 16-17 yrs.
D4 Gage Wilson 8-9 yrs.
D4 Jake Mason 15-17 yrs.
D4 Jordan Eperjesi 10-12 yrs.
D5 Andy Westphal 10-12 yrs.
D5 Jason Azbill Jr 15-17 yrs.
D5 Joe Harless Jr. Comp
D5 Kyler Hergemueller 13-17 yrs.
D5 Quinten Denney 8-9 yrs.
D6 Adam Lint Jr. Thunder
D6 Alisha Miller Jr. Lightning
D6 Emma Odman Jr. Thunder
D6 Ryan Widhalm Jr. Lightning
D6 Travis Van Marrion 16-17 yrs.
D7 Amy Book 13-14 yrs.
D7 Braiden Chesleigh 10-12 yrs.
D7 Brianna Blinzler Jr. Comp
D7 Cadie Del Toro 12 yrs.
D7 Charlie Ruckman 15-17 yrs.
D7 Cy Mitchell 8-9 yrs.
D7 Doniphan Schmidt 8-9 yrs.
D7 Dylan Oliveria 13-14 yrs.
D7 Jason Horridge 11 yrs.
D7 Jenna Michaud 13 yrs.
D7 Kaylee Haarbrink 8-9 yrs.
D7 Madison Whitten 15-17 yrs.
D7 Maverick Molloy 10-12 yrs.
D7 Megan Shaffer Jr. Comp
D7 Seth Andersen 14 yrs.
D7 Shelby Rae Schoenfeld 15 yrs.
SECTION 5
TECHNICAL SERVICES
1. Tech Lines & Contacts
2. SFI Certified Inspector Letter
3. SFI Inspector Complimentary Membership Form
4. Chassis Seminar Request Form
5. 90 Chassis Inspection Program
6. Altitude Correction Factors
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NHRA TECH LINES & CONTACTS
NORTHEAST DIVISION OFFICE
Ryck Campbell, Tech Director
(315) 335-8295
Monday & Thursday, 7:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M. EST
Email: rcampbell@nhra.com
SOUTHEAST DIVISION OFFICE
Harry Ferrari, Tech Director
Phone, (757) 537-2763
Email: hferrari@nhra.com
NORTH CENTRAL DIVISION OFFICE
Ritch Bowers, Tech Director
(765) 689-8377
Monday – Thursday 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. EST
Email: rbowers@nhra.com
SOUTH CENTRAL DIVISION OFFICE
Jim Anderson, Tech Director
Phone & Fax, (936) 856-8682
Monday & Friday, 7:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M. CST
Email: janderson@nhra.com
WEST CENTRAL DIVISION OFFICE
Bob Blackwell, Tech Director
(816) 795-8055 ● Fax, (816) 795-0515
Monday – Thursday 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. CST
Friday, 9:00 A.M. – Noon CST
Email: bblackwell@nhra.com
NORTHWEST DIVISION OFFICE
Dave Schaffel, Tech Director
(306) 374-3685 ● Fax (306) 477-7707
Monday – Friday, 7:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M. PST
Email: dschaffel@nhra.com
PACIFIC DIVISION OFFICE
Pat Cvengros, Tech Director
(626) 250-2485
Monday – Thursday 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. PST
Friday, 8:00 A.M. – Noon PST
Email: pcvengros@nhra.com
HEADQUARTERS TECHNICAL STAFF
Glen Gray Vice President – Technical Operations (317) 387-7339 ggray@nhra.com
Danny Gracia National Technical Director (626) 250-2223 dgracia@nhra.com
Tim White Director of Engineering (317) 387-7361 twhite@nhra.com
Clinton Snead Associate Engineer (317) 388-7607 csnead@nhra.com
Bruce Bachelder Technical Service Representative (317) 216-4869 bruceba@nhra.com
Pat Cvengros Technical Service Representative (626) 250-2485 pcvengros@nhra.com
RACING ADMINISTRATION
Josh Peterson Vice President – Racing Administration (626) 250-2285 jpeterson@nhra.com
MAILING ADDRESS
NHRA Technical Services
10267 East U.S. Hwy 136
Indianapolis, IN 46234
TECHNICAL HOTLINE
(626) 250-2485
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NHRA CHAMPIONSHIP DRAG RACING
2035 FINANCIAL WAY, GLENDORA, CALIFORNIA 91741-4602 • (626) 914-4761
October 14, 2014
RE : SFI Certified Inspector Program
Dear Track Operator,
This letter is sent as a reminder that SFI Technical Inspector certification does not automatically
carry a full NHRA membership package anymore. The following changes were instituted in
1996, and are still in effect.
At each member track, a maximum of four (4) SFI Certified Technical Inspectors will be eligible
for the full NHRA Membership package, which includes a subscription to National Dragster
magazine.
Attached is the Inspector/Membership verification form. Please identify the (maximum 4)
inspectors you wish to receive NHRA Membership on the attached form. There SFI test date
must be included. Please fax the completed form to your respective division office; contact
information can be found at the bottom of the page. It is vital to supply NHRA with this
information, whether your facility has four certified inspectors, or only one. No inspector will be
issued an NHRA membership package without an SFI test and prior consent from the track
operator.
A written examination must be completed to renew any certification. Certifications are still valid
for a maximum of two years, expiring on December 31, as is NHRA Membership for those
inspectors who receive it. As a courtesy to the inspectors we have extended the membership to
expire the month of April following their December 31 expiration date. So if your SFI Card
expires December 31, 2014 your membership will extend out to the first week of April 2015. This
is to allow each inspector to retake the test and be submitted through the proper channels
without their membership expiring. So please return the Inspector/Membership verification form
to Bruce before April.
Thank you for your cooperation.
If you have any questions at all, please call Bruce at 317-216-4869.
Regards,
Danny Gracia,
National Technical Director
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NHRA/SFI TECH CERTIFICATION
Inspector/Membership Verification Form
Date Division Track
Contact Name Telephone
COMPLIMENTARY MEMBERSHIP INSPECTORS
Each track is granted 4 complimentary NHRA memberships per year, from the SFI Foundation.
COMPLETE THIS SECTION FOR EACH INSPECTOR: NHRA USE ONLY:
1. Name SFI Number
NHRA Membership Number  Print & Digital  Digital Only
Date Tested
Address
Notes:
City St Zip
Email Address
2. Name SFI Number
NHRA Membership Number  Print & Digital  Digital Only
Date Tested
Address
Notes:
City St Zip
Email Address
3. Name SFI Number
NHRA Membership Number  Print & Digital  Digital Only
Date Tested
Address
Notes:
City St Zip
Email Address
4. Name SFI Number
NHRA Membership Number  Print & Digital  Digital Only
Date Tested
Address
Notes:
City St Zip
Email Address
Please return the completed form to your home division office
NORTH EAST DIVISION
2420 Gehman Road Suite 200, Lancaster PA 17602
(717) 584-1200 | (717) 584-1206
SOUTH EAST DIVISION
11223 N. County Road 225, Gainesville, FL 32609
(352) 374-9922 | (352) 372-0418 Fax
NORTH CENTRAL DIVISION
5 West State Road 218, Bunker Hill, IN 46914
(765) 689-8727 | (765) 689-7956 Fax
SOUTH CENTRAL DIVISION
12959 Jupiter Rd, Suite 240, Dallas, TX 75238
(469) 248 - 0014 | (469) 248 - 0024 Fax
WEST CENTRAL DIVISION
3720 Arrowhead Avenue, Ste 103, Independence, MO 64057
(816) 795-8055 | (816) 795-0515 Fax
NORTH WEST DIVISION
8412 Myers Rd E #305,Bonney Lake, WA 98391
(253) 864-6594 | (253) 864-6683 Fax
PACIFIC DIVISION
2035 Financial Way, Glendora, CA 91741
(626) 250-2498 | (626) 914-8963 Fax
Rev. 11/2014
Rev.10/2013
CHASSIS SEMINAR
APPLICATION FORM
To acquire a Chassis Seminar at your track or at a specified location, the following information must be
completed. Please utilize one form for every Chassis Seminar you would like to schedule. Do not list multiple
Chassis Seminars on one form. After completing this form, return the form to your Division office.
In an effort to accommodate all requests, please specify three choices for dates and times. We will then
attempt to schedule the Chassis Seminars on your first choice.
Thanks for your cooperation in advance.
NAME OF TRACK:
LOCATION OF CHASSIS SEMINAR:
ADDRESS:
CITY: STATE: ZIP:
TELEPHONE:
TELEPHONE:
FAX NUMBER:
Please keep in mind, to host a Chassis seminar you must have
a minimum of 10 vehicles guaranteed to attend.
NUMBER OF VEHICLES EXPECTED TO ATTEND:
DATES & TIMES
1ST CHOICE:
DATE: TIME:
2ND CHOICE:
DATE: TIME:
3RD CHOICE:
DATE: TIME:
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90 DAY CHASSIS INSPECTION PROGRAM
In 2015, the existing 90-day chassis inspection program will continue. Each NHRA
member track will be sent a quantity of the 90-day chassis inspection forms from the
NHRA Technical department.
To briefly recap the program, all cars running between 9.99 (6.39) and 7.50 (4.50)
seconds e.t. must have the chassis inspected every three years by an NHRA certified
chassis inspector and have a serialized sticker affixed to the vehicle's roll cage prior
to any participation. All new vehicles that come to the track and need to have the
chassis certified for the first time, may be inspected by an SFI certified tech inspector.
This chassis inspection only verifies that the o.d. and the material used for the tubing
is made of the accepted material and meets the requirements as defined in the
current NHRA rulebook. This procedure should take place during the vehicles normal
technical inspection.
Upon finding the vehicle complies with these basic requirements, a 90 day notification
visual inspection form will be completed. Please be sure to fill out all of the necessary
information on the form. Distribution of the form is shown at the bottom of each page.
It is important to remember that this program only applies to the roll cage area of the
vehicle.
Vehicles not permitted under this program include: any vehicle already chassis
tagged, Advanced E.T. cars, exhibition vehicles, Super Gas or Super Comp vehicles.
THIS IS AN E.T. CATEGORY PROGRAM ONLY!!
The vehicle must have the chassis inspected/certified within 90 days. The 90 day
inspection is not renewable. Each division will arrange for chassis inspection
seminars at member tracks to complete the inspection of the vehicles checked under
this program.
Any questions, please contact your NHRA division tech director.
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NHRA Altitude Correction Process
This altitude correction process applies to all classes with the following exceptions: Top Fuel,
Funny Car, Pro Stock, Pro Stock Motorcycle, Top Alcohol Dragster, Top Alcohol Funny Car, Pro
Modified, and Competition Eliminator. The following formula is used to convert elapsed times
from Sea Level to any given Altitude. The same formula can be reversed to convert from a
given Altitude back to Sea Level. You can also use the form found on NHRARacer.com to
make this conversion. All factors can be found in the table below.
𝐶𝑜𝑟𝑟𝑒𝑐𝑡𝑒𝑑𝐸𝑇 = 𝐴𝑐𝑡𝐸𝑇 ∗ 𝐹𝑎𝑐𝑡𝑜𝑟
Where:
CorrectedET= Elapsed Time after conversion
ActET = Elapsed Time of actual run
Factor = Factor at given Altitude
𝐶𝑜𝑟𝑟𝑒𝑐𝑡𝑒𝑑𝑀𝑃𝐻 = 𝐴𝑐𝑡𝑀𝑃𝐻 ∗ 𝐹𝑎𝑐𝑡𝑜𝑟
Where:
CorrectedMPH= MPH after conversion
ActMPH = MPH of actual run
Factor = MPH Factor at given Altitude
Division 5 Convert to Sea Level Convert to Altitude
City Name Altitude ET MPH ET MPH
Denver, CO 5800 0.9405 1.0563 1.0633 0.9467
Douglas, WY 4900 0.9508 1.0466 1.0517 0.9555
Great Bend, KS 1900 0.9853 1.0143 1.0149 0.9859
Julesburg, CO 3500 0.9669 1.0315 1.0342 0.9694
Kearney, NE 2100 0.9830 1.0165 1.0173 0.9838
Pierre, SD 1700 0.9876 1.0122 1.0126 0.9880
Pueblo, CO 4900 0.9508 1.0466 1.0517 0.9555
Sturgis, SD 3200 0.9704 1.0283 1.0305 0.9725
Division 6 Convert to Sea Level Convert to Altitude
City Name Altitude ET MPH ET MPH
Acton 3700 0.9646 1.0337 1.0367 0.9674
Anaconda, MT 5100 0.9485 1.0488 1.0543 0.9535
Boise, ID 2700 0.9761 1.0229 1.0245 0.9776
Lewistown, MT 4100 0.9600 1.0380 1.0416 0.9634
Medicine Hat, AB 2400 0.9796 1.0197 1.0209 0.9807
Prince George, BC 2200 0.9819 1.0175 1.0185 0.9828
Saskatoon, SK 1600 0.9888 1.0111 1.0114 0.9890
Spokane, WA 2300 0.9807 1.0186 1.0197 0.9817
Division 7 Convert to Sea Level Convert to Altitude
City Name Altitude ET MPH ET MPH
Albuquerque, NM 5400 0.9451 1.0520 1.0581 0.9506
Fallon, NV 4000 0.9612 1.0369 1.0404 0.9644
Grand Junction, CO 4800 0.9520 1.0455 1.0504 0.9565
Las Vegas, NV 2100 0.9830 1.0165 1.0173 0.9838
Salt Lake City, UT 4400 0.9566 1.0412 1.0454 0.9604
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Competition Eliminator Altitude Correction Process
Due to the diverse nature and range of cars competing within the Competition Eliminator
category the following formula is used to convert elapsed times from Sea Level to any given
Altitude. The same formula can be reversed to convert from a given Altitude back to Sea Level.
You can also use the form found on NHRARacer.com to make this conversion. All factors can
be found in the table on the following page.
For Naturally Aspirated Classes:
𝐴𝑙𝑡𝐸𝑇 = 𝑆𝐿𝐸𝑇 ∗ 𝐹𝑎𝑐𝑡𝑜𝑟 + 𝑂𝑓𝑓𝑠𝑒𝑡
OR
𝑆𝐿𝐸𝑇 =
𝐴𝑙𝑡𝐸𝑇 − 𝑂𝑓𝑓𝑠𝑒𝑡
𝐹𝑎𝑐𝑡𝑜𝑟
Where:
AltET = Elapsed Time at given Altitude
SLET = Elapsed Time at Sea Level
Factor = Factor at given Altitude
Offset = Offset at given Altitude
𝐴𝑙𝑡𝑀𝑃𝐻 = 𝑆𝐿𝑀𝑃𝐻 ∗ 𝐹𝑎𝑐𝑡𝑜𝑟
OR
𝑆𝐿𝑀𝑃𝐻 =
𝐴𝑙𝑡𝑀𝑃𝐻
𝐹𝑎𝑐𝑡𝑜𝑟
Where:
AltMPH= MPH at given Altitude
SLMPH = MPH at Sea Level
Factor = MPH Factor at given Altitude
For Supercharged, Turbocharged, N2O (i.e. ½ Factor) Classes:
𝐴𝑙𝑡𝐸𝑇 = 𝑆𝐿𝐸𝑇 ∗ �
(𝐹𝑎𝑐𝑡𝑜𝑟 − 1)
2
+ 1� + �
𝑂𝑓𝑓𝑠𝑒𝑡
2

OR
𝑆𝐿𝐸𝑇 =
𝐴𝑙𝑡𝐸𝑇 − �𝑂𝑓𝑓𝑠𝑒𝑡2 �
�(𝐹𝑎𝑐𝑡𝑜𝑟 − 1)2 + 1�
Where:
AltET = Elapsed Time at given Altitude
SLET = Elapsed Time at Sea Level
Factor = Factor at given Altitude
Offset = Offset at given Altitude
𝐴𝑙𝑡𝑀𝑃𝐻 = 𝑆𝐿𝑀𝑃𝐻 ∗ 𝐹𝑎𝑐𝑡𝑜𝑟𝐻𝑎𝑙𝑓
OR
𝑆𝐿𝑀𝑃𝐻 =
𝐴𝑙𝑡𝑀𝑃𝐻
𝐹𝑎𝑐𝑡𝑜𝑟𝐻𝑎𝑙𝑓
Where:
AltMPH= MPH at given Altitude
SLMPH = MPH at Sea Level
FactorHalf = ½ MPH Factor at given Altitude
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Altitude Factor Offset MPH Factor ½ MPH Factor
1600 1.0228 -0.13 0.989 0.9945
1700 1.0228 -0.12 0.988 0.994
1800 1.0266 -0.14 0.9869 0.9934
1900 1.0266 -0.13 0.9859 0.9929
2000 1.0266 -0.12 0.9848 0.9924
2100 1.0342 -0.17 0.9838 0.9918
2200 1.0342 -0.16 0.9828 0.9913
2300 1.0380 -0.18 0.9817 0.9908
2400 1.0380 -0.17 0.9807 0.9903
2500 1.0380 -0.16 0.9797 0.9897
2600 1.0418 -0.17 0.9786 0.9892
2700 1.0418 -0.16 0.9776 0.9887
2800 1.0456 -0.19 0.9766 0.9881
2900 1.0494 -0.21 0.9755 0.9876
3000 1.0494 -0.20 0.9745 0.9871
3100 1.0494 -0.19 0.9735 0.9866
3200 1.0532 -0.20 0.9725 0.986
3300 1.0532 -0.19 0.9715 0.9855
3400 1.0570 -0.21 0.9704 0.985
3500 1.0570 -0.20 0.9694 0.9845
3600 1.0608 -0.23 0.9684 0.984
3700 1.0646 -0.24 0.9674 0.9834
3800 1.0646 -0.23 0.9664 0.9829
3900 1.0646 -0.22 0.9654 0.9824
4000 1.0684 -0.24 0.9644 0.9819
4100 1.0684 -0.23 0.9634 0.9814
4200 1.0684 -0.22 0.9624 0.9808
4300 1.0760 -0.27 0.9614 0.9803
4400 1.0760 -0.26 0.9604 0.9798
4500 1.0798 -0.28 0.9594 0.9793
4600 1.0798 -0.27 0.9584 0.9788
4700 1.0798 -0.26 0.9574 0.9783
4800 1.0837 -0.28 0.9565 0.9777
4900 1.0837 -0.27 0.9555 0.9772
5000 1.0875 -0.30 0.9545 0.9767
5100 1.0913 -0.31 0.9535 0.9762
5200 1.0913 -0.30 0.9525 0.9757
5300 1.0913 -0.29 0.9516 0.9752
5400 1.0951 -0.31 0.9506 0.9747
5500 1.0951 -0.30 0.9496 0.9742
5600 1.0989 -0.32 0.9486 0.9736
5700 1.0989 -0.31 0.9477 0.9731
5800 1.1027 -0.33 0.9467 0.9726
5900 1.1065 -0.35 0.9457 0.9721
6000 1.1065 -0.34 0.9448 0.9716
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SECTION 6
SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK
INSURANCE
1. Part I – Important Information
2. Part II – Emergency Guidelines & Procedures
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KNOW YOUR FACILITY
WARNING SIGNS
RELEASE & WAIVERS
UNDERWRITING GUIDELINES FOR PERMANENT DRAG FACILITIES
2015 APPROVED INSURANCE PROVIDERS
SEE PART II: MOTORSPORTS EMERGENCY GUIDELINES & PROCEDURES
Safehold Special Risk, Inc.
24 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1100
Houston, TX 77046
MOTORSPORTS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
PART I
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KNOW YOUR FACILITY
Are you at risk for injury to a spectator? Spectator injury can be avoided or at the least minimized
by knowing your facility. The risk of injury in motorsports is not limited to just the participants
(racers and their crew), but in many cases involves a spectator.
Be aware of potential hazards. Walk the property randomly and before an event. Are you checking
to make sure your facility is free from these hazards?
√ Tripping hazards and Pot holes
√ Unpainted curbs to distinguish a step down
√ Object protruding into walkways or stairs
√ Slick surfaces on stairs or bleachers (Non skid surface been applied)
√ Unsecured electrical cables or water hoses across walkways
√ Loose handrails
√ Deteriorated boards in bleachers/grandstands
√ Poor lighting in parking lots, restrooms, walking areas
√ Exit ways not clearly identified
√ Restricted area clearly marked and no entry accessible to general public
√ Machinery gas or propane tanks fenced or other to prohibit access by general public
√ Floors in restrooms clear from water and debris
√ Area around concessions free from debris, potholes, standing water
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Warning Signs posted throughout your facility to alert patrons to a hazard in the area can also help
to avoid the risk to injury. Here are a few sample “Warning Signs” that should be posted and visible
to all.
W A R N I N G
DRAG RACING IS HAZARDOUS.
INJURY TO SPECTATORS IS POSSIBLE
IN ALL AREAS OF RACETRACK.
PROMOTERS & TRACK OWNERS
ASSUME NO LIABILITY FOR INJURIES.
YOU ATTEND AT YOUR OWN RISK.
W A R N I N G
HAZARDOUS AREA
RESTRICTED AREA
DO NOT ENTER
UNLESS AUTHORIZED
W A R N I N G
YOU ARE ENTERING
A SPECTATOR AREA
PROCEED WITH CAUTION
W A R N I N G
Only One
Crew Member
Per Race Car
Allowed Beyond
THIS POINT
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KNOW YOUR FACILITY
W A R N I N G
STAY OUT
FROM UNDER
GRANDSTANDS
W A R N I N G
STAY BACK
No Standing
W A R N I N G
NO PETS
ALLOWED
W A R N I N G
NO VEHICLES
PAST
THIS POINT
W A R N I N G T O A L L P A R E N T S
Management is NOT responsible
for accidents.
This is an unattended playground.
You are responsible for your own
child or children.
Parents, please check on your
child or children often.
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RELEASE and WAIVER GUIDELINES
For Safehold Special Risk Insured
NHRA Member Tracks
12/10 Ed.
I. Introduction
II. Guidelines Summary
III. Comments On Specific Waiver Forms
 WMS-DRAG (Edition 7 or 7A)
 Minor Release & Waiver (MSN or MSN (ALL EVENTS) 12/2009 Edition)
 Track Employee Release & Waiver (Edition 4)
 General MS-1 (04/2010 Edition)
IV. Sample Waiver Forms
V. Sample Minor Photo ID Card
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RELEASE and WAIVER GUIDELINES
I. INTRODUCTION
This Release and Waiver Guidelines booklet is intended to provide Motorsports track owners,
operators and event promoters with a basic and quick reference to the various release and waiver
forms currently being used. It provides samples of the current forms and basic instructions
regarding their use. The forms may be revised from time to time and updates to this booklet will
be made to reflect any such revisions in the forms or procedures.
The Release and Waiver is the primary factor in the insurability of your facility. Its importance and
effectiveness in reducing the risk exposure at your facility cannot be overstated. The attached
Guidelines Summary (See Section II) provides basic information on using ANY release and waiver.
Please review it carefully. You are encouraged to distribute this summary separately to your
employees and anyone else you desire.
Remember, Release and Waivers are required to be executed by EVERY person that is
admitted to a Restricted Area. The definition of a restricted area is any area that the general
public is not allowed to enter. This area may vary from track to track but the Restricted Area MUST
include the competition area (starting line through shutdown area), advanced staging and burnout
areas, return road and any other area within barriers, fences and/or structures separating the
general public from the racing activities. It may or may not include the pit area depending upon
whether the track requires everyone entering the pit area (or the entire facility) to sign the
release.
Make sure all release and waiver forms are completely filled out (date of event and name of track)
and witnessed.
Again, this booklet is intended to be a general guide and is not intended as the final,
comprehensive resource on every aspect of release and waivers. If you have any questions, do
not hesitate to contact Safehold Special Risk, Inc.
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II. RELEASE AND WAIVER GUIDELINES SUMMARY
A. For All Adult and Minor Waivers
1. Everyone who is to enter a “restricted area” (any area not open to the general public that MUST
include at a minimum the advanced staging/burnout, competition, shutdown, and depending
upon the track layout, the return road areas) must sign a release and waiver form.
2. Use forms:
WMS-DRAG (Edition 7 or 7A) - Adults only
Minor MS-N” or “Minor MS-N (All Events) – Minors only
3. All forms MUST be witnessed (on the applicable space on the form) by an Adult
Facility/Track Employee. Try to have the same person or a small group of persons
handle waiver execution at all events.
4. Every form must be completely filled out. The event date(s) and location(s) must be
specified. THIS IS CRITICAL!
5. You must retain waivers for at least three years.
B. Minor Waivers
1. Minor waivers are executed by the parent(s)/legal guardian(s), NOT the minor. Do not
have minors sign adult waiver forms.
2. “Minors” in almost all states is defined as anyone under 18. Check with your state’s
authorities if you are uncertain.
3. Waivers should be signed by BOTH parents or legal guardians. Both signatures are required
for minors participating as drivers, passengers, and crew or in any other capacity where they
will be permitted to enter a restricted area such as the advanced staging lanes. If your track
has all persons entering the track sign a waiver, other minors who will not be entering a
restricted area may be admitted on a per event basis with ONE parent’s signature.
4. MS N (All Events) waiver also requires BOTH signatures and is used as an “annual” waiver.
C. Track Employee Release and Waiver
This is a multi-event release and waiver form to be signed each year by each of your track
employees. If completed, your employees do not have to sign the “standard” waiver for each
event. Note that by signing the waiver, the employee is NOT waiving his or her rights to any
statutory workers compensation benefits. This is a common concern of employees.
D. General MS-1
The “General MS-1” release and waiver form is a “multi-purpose” form to be used for any nondrag events such as events held at an oval track or road course. For example, if you are holding
an approved special promotion or specialized motor vehicle competition such as a motocross,
monster truck exhibition, etc. that is not being held on the drag strip, you would use this form.
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III. SPECIFIC WAIVER FORMS
WMS Drag (Edition 7/7A)
• This is the “standard” release and waiver form to be used for all adults at your drag racing facility.
The “WMS-DRAG” release and waiver form includes a shaded box on the bottom for the witness
information to be filled in. The form requires you complete both the NAME OF TRACK
AND/OR EVENT (if applicable), in addition to the EVENT DATE(S). If the event runs for
more than one day, write in all applicable dates, i.e. “February 2-5, 2014”. 7A includes a box
“Track Use” to enter car #, if preferred.
Minor MS-N and Minor MS-N (All Events)
• This is the waiver to use for all minors (younger than 18 years old in all but a very few states where
the age of majority is 21). It replaces all older minor forms, including the “Junior Drag” form. The
new Minor MS-N form may be used as a “multi-event” or “annual” waiver. To use as such,
the waiver form only needs to be completed once each year IF it is completely filled out by both
parents or guardians and the event and date blanks on the top of the waiver are filled out as “ALL
[insert name of track] EVENTS” and “ALL DATES” respectively. It is highly recommended that
you produce and hand out a simple “Minor ID” card to each minor that has a fully completed waiver
on file which the minor can show to track registration personnel in lieu of signing another waiver. A
sample ID card is attached in Section V. Tracks may develop their own card, but it is recommended
that it be a photo ID. (You can use a cut-down Polaroid head shot).
• If only one parent has signed a single waiver, a new waiver must be signed for each
event.
• NOTE: The Minor MS-N form has a section at the bottom of form to be used for witnessing by
an event official or for notarization. This is optional, however, it is highly recommended that a
track official sign and print his/her name on the bottom of the waivers if the waiver is signed by
the parent(s) at the track. IF the waiver is signed by the parent(s) away from the track, then
the track MAY require the form to be notarized. For annual waivers signed away from the track,
it is highly recommended that the track require notarization.
General MS-1 (04/10 Edition)
• The “General MS-1” release and waiver form is a “multi-purpose” form to be used for any nondrag events such as events held at an oval track or road course. For example, if you are holding
an approved special promotion or specialized motor vehicle competition such as a motocross,
monster truck exhibition, etc. that is not being held on the drag strip, you would use this form.
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IV. SAMPLE RELEASE & WAIVER FORMS
WMS-DRAG Edition 7
WMS-DRAG Edition 7A
MS-N ( Minor) Edition 12/09
MS-N (ALL EVENTS) (Minor) Edition 12/09
TRACK EMPLOYEE/CONTRACTOR Edition 4
GENERAL MS-1 Edition 04/10
SAMPLE MINOR PHOTO ID CARD 2015
SPECIAL NOTE:
Release & Waiver forms for Safehold Special Risk insured NHRA Member Tracks are now
available for access and print at https://safehold.com/programs/motorsports.aspx
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Release and Waiver of Liability
Assumption of Risk and Indemnity Agreement
Name of Track and/or Event: Event Date(s):
IN CONSIDERATION of being permitted to compete, officiate, observe, work for, or participate in any way in the EVENT(S) or being permitted to enter
for any purpose any RESTRICTED AREA (defined as the advanced staging area, burn out area, competition area, shutdown area, staging lanes, return
road area, and any other area within the barriers, fences, and/or structures separating the general public from racing activities), EACH OF THE
UNDERSIGNED, for himself/herself, his/her personal representatives, heirs, and next of kin.
1. Acknowledges, agrees, and represents that he/she has or will immediately upon entering any such RESTRICTED AREAS, and will continuously
thereafter, inspect the RESTRICTED AREAS which he/she enters and he/she further agrees and warrants that, if at any time, he/she is in or about
RESTRICTED AREAS and he/she believes anything to be unsafe or unsatisfactory in any way, he/she will immediately advise the officials of such and
will leave the RESTRICTED AREAS and/or refuse to participate further in the EVENT(S).
2. HEREBY RELEASES, WAIVES, DISCHARGES AND COVENANTS NOT TO SUE the promoters, participants, racing associations, sanctioning organizations
or any affiliated entities thereof, track operators, track owners, officials, vehicle owners, builders and designers, drivers, crews, rescue personnel,
and persons in any RESTRICTED AREA, promoters, sponsors, equipment and parts manufacturers and suppliers, advertisers, owners and
lessees of premises used to conduct the EVENT(S), premises and event inspectors, surveyors, underwriters/brokers, consultants and others who give
recommendations, directions, or instructions or engage in risk evaluation or loss control activities regarding the premises or EVENT(S) and for each
of them, their directors, officers, agents, and employees, all for the purposes herein referred to as “RELEASEES” FROM ALL LIABILITY TO THE
UNDERSIGNED, his/her personal representatives, assigns, heirs, and next of kin, FOR ANY AND ALL LOSS OR DAMAGE, AND ANY CLAIM OR
DEMANDS THEREFORE ON ACCOUNT OF INJURY TO THE PERSON OR PROPERTY OR RESULTING IN DEATH OF THE UNDERSIGNED ARISING
OUT OF OR RELATED TO THE EVENT(S), WHETHER CAUSED BY NEGLIGENCE OF ANY RELEASEE(S) OR OTHERWISE.
3. HEREBY AGREES TO INDEMNIFY AND SAVE AND HOLD HARMLESS the RELEASEES and each of them FROM ANY LOSS, LIABILITY, DAMAGE, FEES
OR COSTS they may incur arising out of or related IN ANY MANNER TO MY ATTENDANCE AT OR PARTICIPATION IN THE EVENT(S), AND WHETHER
CAUSED BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF ANY RELEASEE(S) OR OTHERWISE.
4. HEREBY ASSUMES FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY RISK OF BODILY INJURY, DEATH OR PROPERTY DAMAGE arising out of or related to the
EVENT(S) whether caused by the NEGLIGENCE OF ANY RELEASEE(S) OR OTHERWISE.
5. HEREBY acknowledges that THE ACTIVITIES OF THE EVENT(S) ARE DANGEROUS and involve the risk of serious injury and/or death and/or property
damage. Each of THE UNDERSIGNED also expressly acknowledges that INJURIES RECEIVED MAY BE COMPOUNDED OR INCREASED BY NEGLIGENT
RESCUE OPERATIONS OR PROCEDURES OF THE RELEASEES.
6. HEREBY agrees that this Release and Waiver of Liability, Assumption of Risk and Indemnity Agreement extends to all acts of negligence by the
RELEASEES, INCLUDING NEGLIGENT RESCUE OPERATIONS and is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by the laws of the Province
or State in which the EVENT(S) is/are conducted and that if any portion thereof is held invalid, it is agreed that the balance shall, notwithstanding,
continue in full legal force and effect.
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT, FULLY UNDERSTAND ITS
TERMS, UNDERSTAND THAT I HAVE GIVEN UP SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS BY SIGNING IT, AND HAVE SIGNED IT FREELY AND VOLUNTARILY
WITHOUT ANY INDUCEMENT, ASSURANCE OR GUARANTEE BEING MADE TO ME AND INTEND MY SIGNATURE TO BE A COMPLETE AND
UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE OF ALL LIABILITY TO THE GREATEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW.
Print Name Sign Name Here Track Use
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
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I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
Official Use Only
Signature and Title of Witness Address of Witness
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RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY
ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT
NAME OF TRACK AND/OR EVENT EVENT DATE(S)
IN CONSIDERATION of being permitted to compete, officiate, observe, work for, or participate in any way in the EVENT(S) or being permitted to enter
for any purpose any RESTRICTED AREA (defined as the advanced staging area, burn out area, competition area, shutdown area, staging lanes, return
road area, and any other area within the barriers, fences, and/or structures separating the general public from racing activities), EACH OF THE
UNDERSIGNED, for himself/herself, his/her personal representatives, heirs, and next of kin.
1. Acknowledges, agrees, and represents that he/she has or will immediately upon entering any such RESTRICTED AREAS, and will continuously
thereafter, inspect the RESTRICTED AREAS which he/she enters and he/she further agrees and warrants that, if at any time, he/she is in or
about RESTRICTED AREAS and he/she believes anything to be unsafe or unsatisfactory in any way, he/she will immediately advise the
officials of such and will leave the RESTRICTED AREAS and/or refuse to participate further in the EVENT(S).
2. HEREBY RELEASES, WAIVES, DISCHARGES AND COVENANTS NOT TO SUE the promoters, participants, racing associations, sanctioning
organizations or any affiliated entities thereof, track operators, track owners, officials, vehicle owners, builders and designers, drivers, crews,
rescue personnel, and persons in any RESTRICTED AREA, promoters, sponsors, equipment and parts manufacturers and suppliers,
advertisers, owners and lessees of premises used to conduct the EVENT(S), premises and event inspectors, surveyors, underwriters/brokers,
consultants and others who give recommendations, directions, or instructions or engage in risk evaluation or loss control activities regarding the
premises or EVENT(S) and for each of them, their directors, officers, agents, and employees, all for the purposes herein referred to as
“RELEASEES” FROM ALL LIABILITY TO THE UNDERSIGNED, his/her personal representatives, assigns, heirs, and next of kin, FOR ANY
AND ALL LOSS OR DAMAGE, AND ANY CLAIM OR DEMANDS THEREFORE ON ACCOUNT OF INJURY TO THE PERSON OR
PROPERTY OR RESULTING IN DEATH OF THE UNDERSIGNED ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THE EVENT(S), WHETHER
CAUSED BY NEGLIGENCE OF ANY RELEASEE(S) OR OTHERWISE.
3. HEREBY AGREES TO INDEMNIFY AND SAVE AND HOLD HARMLESS the RELEASEES and each of them FROM ANY LOSS, LIABILITY,
DAMAGE, FEES OR COSTS they may incur arising out of or related IN ANY MANNER TO MY ATTENDANCE AT OR PARTICIPATION IN
THE EVENT(S), AND WHETHER CAUSED BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF ANY RELEASEE(S) OR OTHERWISE.
4. HEREBY ASSUMES FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY RISK OF BODILY INJURY, DEATH OR PROPERTY DAMAGE arising out of or
related to the EVENT(S) whether caused by the NEGLIGENCE OF ANY RELEASEE(S) OR OTHERWISE.
5. HEREBY acknowledges that THE ACTIVITIES OF THE EVENT(S) ARE DANGEROUS and involve the risk of serious injury and/or death and/or
property damage. Each of THE UNDERSIGNED also expressly acknowledges that INJURIES RECEIVED MAY BE COMPOUNDED OR
INCREASED BY NEGLIGENT RESCUE OPERATIONS OR PROCEDURES OF THE RELEASEES.
6. HEREBY agrees that this Release and Waiver of Liability, Assumption of Risk and Indemnity Agreement extends to all acts of negligence by the
RELEASEES, INCLUDING NEGLIGENT RESCUE OPERATIONS and is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by the laws of
the Province or State in which the EVENT(S) is/are conducted and that if any portion thereof is held invalid, it is agreed that the balance shall,
notwithstanding, continue in full legal force and effect.
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT, FULLY UNDERSTAND ITS
TERMS, UNDERSTAND THAT I HAVE GIVEN UP SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS BY SIGNING IT, AND HAVE SIGNED IT FREELY AND VOLUNTARILY
WITHOUT ANY INDUCEMENT, ASSURANCE OR GUARANTEE BEING MADE TO ME AND INTEND MY SIGNATURE TO BE A COMPLETE AND
UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE OF ALL LIABILITY TO THE GREATEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW.
PRINT NAME SIGN NAME HERE TRACK USE
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I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
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Signature and Title of Witness Address of Witness
WMS-DRAG (Edition 7A)
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Minor Release and Waiver of Liability
and Indemnity Agreement
Read carefully before signing
Name of Track and/or Event: Event Date(s):
IN CONSIDERATION of allowing the below MINOR participant to compete, officiate, observe, work for, or participate (“participate”) in any way
in the above event and/or activities (“EVENT(S)”) and/or being permitted to enter for any purpose any RESTRICTED AREA (defined as any area
requiring special authorization, credentials or permission to enter or any area to which admission by the general public is restricted or
prohibited, including but not limited to the competition area and any hot pit or paddock area), EACH OF THE UNDERSIGNED, for
himself/herself, his/her personal representatives, heirs, and next of kin agrees that:
1. THE MINOR AND PARENT OR GUARDIAN will immediately inspect the RESTRICTED AREA upon entering it and warrants that their entry
therein and/or the MINOR’s Event participation constitutes an acknowledgement that they have inspected the RESTRICTED AREA and find it
safe and reasonably suited for the purpose of its use. The undersigned agree that if at any time in the RESTRICTED AREA they believe
something is unsafe, it will be brought to the attention of an official, and they will remove themselves from the RESTRICTED AREA and the
MINOR will withdraw from participation in the Event.
2. THE MINOR AND PARENT OR GUARDIAN HEREBYASSUME FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR AND RISK OF BODILY INJURY, DEATH OR PROPERTY
DAMAGE due to negligence of Releasees (as identified below) or otherwise, while in or upon the RESTRICTED AREA for any purpose and/or
while participating in any way in the Event. The undersigned recognize and understand that there are risks and dangers associated with
participation in the Event and admission within the RESTRICTED AREA that could cause severe bodily injury, disability and death. Further,
the risks and dangers may be caused by the negligent failure to act of the Releasees and others. All of the risks and dangers associated
with participating in the Event and/or entry into the RESTRICTED AREA are assumed notwithstanding.
3. THE MINOR AND PARENT OR GUARDIAN release, waive, discharge and covenant not to sue the promoters, participants, racing
associations, sanctioning organizations (or any affiliates thereof), track operators, track owners, officials, vehicle owners, builders and
designers, drivers, pit crews, rescue workers, all persons in the RESTRICTED AREA, sponsors, equipment and parts manufacturers and
suppliers, advertisers, owners and lessees and lessors of the premises used to conduct the EVENT(S), premises and event
inspectors, surveyors, underwriters/brokers, consultants and others who give recommendations, directions, or instructions or engage in
risk evaluation or loss control activities regarding the premises or EVENT(S) and for each of them, their directors, officers, agents, and
employees, (all for the purposes herein referred to as “RELEASEES”) from all liability to ourselves, the undersigneds, our personal
representatives, assigns, heirs, and next of kin, for any and all claims, demands, losses or damages of the MINOR and/or parent or
guardian on account of any injury, including, but not limited to the death or injury of the parent/guardian or MINOR or damage to
property, all of which is caused or alleged to be caused by the negligence of the RELEASEES or otherwise.
4. THE PARENT AND/OR GUARDIAN hereby agrees to indemnify and save and hold harmless, the RELEASEES and each of them from any loss,
liability, damage, or cost they may incur due, in any manner or degree, to the presence of the parent/guardian or the MINOR in the
RESTRICTED AREA, or related in any way to their participation in or presence at the EVENT and whether caused by negligence of the
RELEASEES or otherwise. The parent and/or guardian further recognize and agree they are executing this Waiver and Releases of Liability
and Indemnity Agreement on behalf of themselves and on behalf of the MINOR.
5. This Release and Waiver of Liability, Assumption of Risk and Indemnity Agreement extends to all acts of negligence by the RELEASEES,
INCLUDING NEGLIGENT RESCUE OPERATIONS and is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by the laws of the Province or
State in which the EVENT(S) is/are conducted and that if any portion thereof is held invalid, it is agreed that the balance shall,
notwithstanding, continue in full legal force and effect.
THE PARENT OR GUARDIAN HAS READ AND VOLUNTARILY SIGNS THE WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND
INDEMNITY AGREEMENT AND DOES SO VOLUNTARILY AND WITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS ARE
BEING GIVEN UP. I/WE FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGE THAT FAILURE TO WITNESS OR NOTARIZE THIS AGREEMENT SHALL NOT
AFFECT ITS VALIDITY.
1. I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE Fathe Mother Guardian
(Check One) Date (mm/dd/yyyy)
(Initial)
I represent that I have sole legal custody or am sole parent/guardian.
2. I HAVE READ THI S RELEASE Father Mother Guardian
Parent or Guardian (Signature) (Check One) Date (mm/dd/yyyy)
Printed Name of MINOR Participant: D.O.B.
Address of Participant:
Printed Name of Parent or Guardian: 1. SEAL
Printed Name of Parent or Guardian: 2.
(If Notarized) Subscribed and Sworn to at: Before me this Day A.D. 20
Signature of Event Official or Notary Public Printed Name of Event Official or Notary Public
County, State of My Commission Expires:
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ALL TRACKS/ALL EVENTS ALL DATES
NAME OF TRACK AND/OR EVENT EVENT DATE(S)
IN CONSIDERATION of allowing the below MINOR participant to compete, officiate, observe, work for, or participate (“participate”) in any way in the
above event and/or activities (“EVENT(S)”) and/or being permitted to enter for any purpose any RESTRICTED AREA (defined as any area requiring
special authorization, credentials or permission to enter or any area to which admission by the general public is restricted or prohibited, including but not
limited to the competition area and any hot pit or paddock area), EACH OF THE UNDERSIGNED, for himself/herself, his/her personal representatives,
heirs, and next of kin agrees that:
1. THE MINOR AND PARENT OR GUARDIAN will immediately inspect the RESTRICTED AREA upon entering it and warrants that their entry
therein and/or the MINOR’s Event participation constitutes an acknowledgement that they have inspected the RESTRICTED AREA and find it
safe and reasonably suited for the purpose of its use. The undersigned agree that if at anytime in the RESTRICTED AREA they believe
something is unsafe, it will be brought to the attention of an official, and they will remove themselves from the RESTRICTED AREA and the
MINOR will withdraw from participation in the Event.
2. THE MINOR AND PARENT OR GUARDIAN HEREBYASSUME FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR AND RISK OF BODILY INJURY, DEATH OR
PROPERTY DAMAGE due to negligence of Releasees (as identified below) or otherwise, while in or upon the RESTRICTED AREA for any
purpose and/or while participating in any way in the Event. The undersigned recognize and understand that there are risks and dangers
associated with participation in the Event and admission within the RESTRICTED AREA that could cause severe bodily injury, disability and
death. Further, the risks and dangers may be caused by the negligent failure to act of the Releasees and others. All of the risks and dangers
associated with participating in the Event and/or entry into the RESTRICTED AREA are assumed notwithstanding.
3. THE MINOR AND PARENT OR GUARDIAN release, waive, discharge and covenant not to sue the promoters, participants, racing associations,
sanctioning organizations (or any affiliates thereof), track operators, track owners, officials, vehicle owners, builders and designers, drivers, pit
crews, rescue workers, all persons in the RESTRICTED AREA, sponsors, equipment and parts manufacturers and suppliers, advertisers,
owners and lessees and lessors of the premises used to conduct the EVENT(S), premises and event inspectors, surveyors,
underwriters/brokers, consultants and others who give recommendations, directions, or instructions or engage in risk evaluation or loss control
activities regarding the premises or EVENT(S) and for each of them, their directors, officers, agents, and employees, (all for the purposes herein
referred to as “RELEASEES”) from all liability to ourselves, the undersigneds, our personal representatives, assigns, heirs, and next of kin, for
any and all claims, demands, losses or damages of the MINOR and/or parent or guardian on account of any injury, including, but not limited to
the death or injury of the parent/guardian or MINOR or damage to property, all of which is caused or alleged to be caused by the negligence of
the RELEASEES or otherwise.
4. THE PARENT AND/OR GUARDIAN hereby agrees to indemnify and save and hold harmless, the RELEASEES and each of them from any
loss, liability, damage, or cost they may incur due, in any manner or degree, to the presence of the parent/guardian or the MINOR in the
RESTRICTED AREA, or related in any way to their participation in or presence at the EVENT and whether caused by negligence of the
RELEASEES or otherwise. The parent and/or guardian further recognize and agree they are executing this Waiver and Releases of Liability
and Indemnity Agreement on behalf of themselves and on behalf of the MINOR.
5. This Release and Waiver of Liability, Assumption of Risk and Indemnity Agreement extends to all acts of negligence by the RELEASEES,
INCLUDING NEGLIGENT RESCUE OPERATIONS and is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by the laws of the Province or
State in which the EVENT(S) is/are conducted and that if any portion thereof is held invalid, it is agreed that the balance shall, notwithstanding,
continue in full legal force and effect.
THE PARENT OR GUARDIAN HAS READ AND VOLUNTARILY SIGNS THE WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY
AGREEMENT AND DOES SO VOLUNTARILY AND WITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS ARE BEING GIVEN UP. I/WE
FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGE THAT FAILURE TO WITNESS OR NOTARIZE THIS AGREEMENT SHALL NOT AFFECT ITS VALIDITY.
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
1. Father/Mother/Guardian
Parent or Guardian (Signature) (Circle One) Date
(INITIAL)
I represent that I have sole legal custody or am the sole parent/guardian
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
2. Father/Mother/Guardian
Parent or Guardian (Signature) (Circle One) Date
Printed Name of MINOR Participant: D.O.B.
Address of Participant:
Printed Name of Parent or Guardian: 1.
Printed Name of Parent or Guardian: 2.
(If Notarized) Subscribed and Sworn to at: Before me this Day A.D. 20 SEAL
Signature of Event Official or Notary Public Printed Name of Event Official or Notary Public
_ County, State of My Commission Expires:
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WITNESS
SIGNATURE
PRINT NAME
TITLE
ADDRESS
EMPLOYEE OR CONTRACTOR/VENDOR
RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY
ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT
ATTENTION: READ CAREFULLY! THIS IS A RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND EXPRESS ASSUMPTION OF RISK. NOTICE: THE
FOLLOWING RELEASE AND WAIVER SHALL APPLY TO ANY AND ALL EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES (''EVENT'') AT THE
BELOW NAMED TRACK/FACILITY FOR ALL DATES.
NAME OF TRACK I FACILITY
IN CONSIDERATION of being permitted to compete, officiate, observe, work for, or participate in any way in the EVENT(S) or
being permitted to enter for any purpose any RESTRICTED AREA (defined as any area requiring special authorization,
credentials or permission to enter or any area to which admission by the general public is restricted or prohibited including
but not limited to the competition area and any hot pit area), EACH OF THE UNDERSIGNED, for himself/herself, his/her
personal representatives, heirs, and next of kin.
1. Acknowledges, agrees, and represents that he/she has or will immediately upon entering any such RESTRICTED AREAS, and
will continuously thereafter, inspect the RESTRICTED AREAS which he/she enters and he/she further agrees and warrants
that, if at any time, he/she is in or about RESTRICTED AREAS and he/she believes anything to be unsafe or unsatisfactory in
any way, he/she will immediately advise the officials of such and will leave the RESTRICTED AREAS and/or refuse to
participate further in the EVENT(S).
2. HEREBY RELEASES, WAIVES, DISCHARGES AND COVENANTS NOT T0 SUE the promoters, participants, racing associations,
sanctioning organizations or any affiliated entities thereof, track operators, track owners, officials, vehicle owners, builders and
designers, drivers, crews, rescue personnel, any persons in any RESTRICTED AREA, promoters, sponsors, equipment and parts
manufacturers and suppliers, advertisers, owners and lessees of premises used to conduct the EVENT(S), premises and event
inspectors, surveyors, underwriters/brokers, consultants and others who give recommendations, directions, or instructions or
engage in risk evaluation or loss control activities regarding the premises or EVENT(S) and for each of them, their directors,
officers, agents, and employees, all for the purposes herein referred to as "RELEASEES" FROM ALL LIABILITY T0 THE
UNDERSIGNED, his/her personal representatives, assigns, heirs, and next of kin, FOR ANY AND ALL LOSS OR DAMAGE, AND
ANY CLAIM OR DEMANDS THEREFORE ON ACCOUNT OF INJURY T0 THE PERSON OR PROPERTY OR RESULTING IN DEATH
OF THE UNDERSIGNED ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THE EVENT(S), WHETHER CAUSED BY NEGLIGENCE OF ANY
RELEASEE(S) OR OTHERWISE. THIS RELEASE IS NOT INTENDED TO LIMIT, WAIVE OR DISCHARGE ANY STATUTORY DUTIES
OR OBLIGATIONS AN EMPLOYER MAY HAVE T0 AN UNDERSIGNED EMPLOYEE INCLUDING THE PROVISION OF WORKERS’
COMPENSATION BENEFITS.
3. HEREBY AGREES TO INDEMNIFY AND SAVE AND HOLD HARMLESS the RELEASEES and each of them FROM ANY LOSS,
LIABILITY, DAMAGE, FEES OR COSTS they may incur arising out of or related IN ANY MANNER TO MY ATTENDANCE AT OR
PARTICIPATION IN THE EVENT(S), AND WHETHER CAUSED BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF ANY RELEASEE(S) OR OTHERWISE.
4. HEREBY ASSUMES FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY RISK OF BODILY INJURY, DEATH OR PROPERTY DAMAGE arising
out of or related to the EVENT(S) whether caused by the NEGLIGENCE OF ANY RELEASEE(S) OR OTHERWISE.
5. HEREBY acknowledges that THE ACTIVITIES OF THE EVENT(S) ARE DANGEROUS and involve the risk of serious injury and/or
death and/or property damage. Each of THE UNDERSIGNED also expressly acknowledges that INJURIES RECEIVED MAY BE
COMPOUNDED OR INCREASED BY NEGLIGENT RESCUE OPERATIONS OR PROCEDURES OF THE RELEASEES.
6. HEREBY agrees that this Release and Waiver of Liability, Assumption of Risk and Indemnity Agreement extends to all acts of
negligence by the RELEASEES, INCLUDING NEGLIGENT RESCUE OPERATIONS and is intended to be as broad and
inclusive as is permitted by the laws of the Province or State in which the Event(s) is/are conducted and that if any portion
thereof is held invalid, it is agreed that the balance shall, notwithstanding, continue in full legal force and effect.
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT, FULLY UNDERSTAND ITS
TERMS, UNDERSTAND THAT I HAVE GIVEN UP SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS BY SIGNING IT, AND HAVE SIGNED IT FREELY AND
VOLUNTARILY WITHOUT ANY INDUCEMENT, ASSURANCE OR GUARANTEE BEING MADE TO ME AND INTEND MY SIGNATURE TO BE A
COMPLETE AND UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE OF ALL LIABILITY TO THE GREATEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW.
PRINT NAME SIGN NAME
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
DATE SIGNED:
CREDENTIALS_________________________________
(if any)
TRACK EMPLOYEE/CONTRACTOR RELEASE & WAIVER (EDITION 4)
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Release and Waiver of Liability
Assumption of Risk and Indemnity Agreement
Event Name/Location: Event Date(s):
IN CONSIDERATION of being permitted to compete, officiate, observe, work for, or participate in any way in the EVENT(S) or
being permitted to enter for any purpose any RESTRICTED AREA (defined as any area requiring special authorization,
credentials or permission to enter or any area to which admission by the general public is restricted or prohibited including
but not limited to the competition area and any hot pit area), EACH OF THE UNDERSIGNED, for himself/herself, his/her
personal representatives, heirs, and next of kin:
1. Acknowledges, agrees, and represents that he/she has or will immediately upon entering any such RESTRICTED AREAS,
and will continuously thereafter, inspect the RESTRICTED AREAS which he/she enters and he/she further agrees and
warrants that, if at any time, he/she is in or about RESTRICTED AREAS and he/she believes anything to be unsafe or
unsatisfactory in any way, he/she will immediately advise the officials of such and will leave the RESTRICTED AREAS
and/or refuse to participate further in the EVENT(S). I acknowledge that I may not have the opportunity to inspect any
RESTRICTED AREA prior to the event.
2. HEREBY RELEASES, WAIVES, DISCHARGES AND COVENANTS NOT TO SUE the promoters, participants, racing associations,
sanctioning or administrative organizations or any affiliated entities thereof, track operators, track owners, officials, vehicle
owners, drivers, builders and designers, crews, rescue personnel, any persons in any RESTRICTED AREA, promoters,
sponsors, equipment and parts manufacturers and suppliers, advertisers, owners and lessees of premises used to conduct
the EVENT(S), premises and event inspectors, surveyors, underwriters/brokers, consultants and others who give
recommendations, directions, or instructions or engage in risk evaluation or loss control activities regarding the premises or
EVENT(S) and for each of them, their directors, officers, agents, and employees, all for the purposes herein referred to as
"RELEASEES", FROM ALL LIABILITY TO THE UNDERSIGNED, his/her personal representatives, assigns, heirs, and next of
kin, FOR ANY AND ALL LOSS OR DAMAGE, AND ANY CLAIM OR DEMANDS THEREFORE ON ACCOUNT OF INJURY TO THE
PERSON OR PROPERTY OR RESULTING IN DEATH OF THE UNDERSIGNED ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THE EVENT(S),
WHETHER CAUSED BY NEGLIGENCE OF ANY RELEASEE(S) OR OTHERWISE.
3. HEREBY AGREES TO INDEMNIFY AND SAVE AND HOLD HARMLESS the RELEASEES and each of them FROM ANY LOSS,
LIABILITY, DAMAGE, FEES OR COSTS they may incur arising out of or related IN ANY MANNER TO MY ATTENDANCE AT OR
PARTICIPATION IN THE EVENT(S), AND WHETHER CAUSED BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF ANY RELEASEE(S) OR OTHERWISE.
4. HEREBY ASSUMES FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY RISK OF BODILY INJURY, DEATH OR PROPERTY DAMAGE arising out of
or related to the EVENT(S) whether caused by the NEGLIGENCE OF ANY RELEASEE(S) OR OTHERWISE.
5. HEREBY acknowledges that THE ACTIVITIES OF THE EVENT(S) ARE DANGEROUS and involve the risk of serious injury
and/or death and/or property damage. Each of THE UNDERSIGNED also expressly acknowledges that INJURIES RECEIVED
MAY BE COMPOUNDED OR INCREASED BY NEGLIGENT RESCUE OPERATIONS OR PROCEDURES OF THE RELEASEES.
6. HEREBY agrees that this Release and Waiver of Liability, Assumption of Risk and Indemnity Agreement extends to all acts
of negligence by the RELEASEES, INCLUDING NEGLIGENT RESCUE OPERATIONS and is intended to be as broad and
inclusive as is permitted by the laws of the Province or State in which the EVENT(S) is/are conducted and that if any
portion thereof is held invalid, it is agreed that the balance shall, notwithstanding, continue in full legal force and effect.
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT, FULLY
UNDERSTAND ITS TERMS, UNDERSTAND THAT I HAVE GIVEN UP SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS BY SIGNING IT, AND HAVE SIGNED
IT FREELY AND VOLUNTARILY WITHOUT ANY INDUCEMENT, ASSURANCE OR GUARANTEE BEING MADE TO ME AND INTEND MY
SIGNATURE TO BE A COMPLETE AND UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE OF ALL LIABILITY TO THE GREATEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY
LAW.
Print Name Sign Name Here Print Name Sign Name Here
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE
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Signature and Title of Witness Date (mm/dd/yyyy)
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V. SAMPLE MINOR PHOTO ID CARD
2015
2010
Track Name:
Minor Name:
D.O.B.:
MINOR I.D.
Date Issued:
This ID Card verifies that a Minor Release
and Indemnity Agreement is on file with this
track.
NOT VALID FOR EVENT ADMITTANCE
WITHOUT TRACK EVENT
CREDENTIAL/TICKET
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I. Waiver and Release Requirements:
All tracks must maintain a system to secure signed waiver and release forms from individuals allowed to enter
restricted areas. This system should also include a means (such as credentials or wristbands) for visually identifying
those individuals permitted in restricted areas, unless ALL individuals admitted to the pit area should be required to
sign the waiver and release form. The restricted area includes the advanced staging area, burnout area, competition
area (starting line through traps), shutdown area, return road, and any other area within the barriers, fences and/or
structures separating the general public from the racing activities.
II. Minimum Acceptable Positive Barrier Protection:
Double Strand Armco or approved concrete barriers on both sides of the competition area, from the water box to the end
of the competition area and also extending the entire length of the return road side. Barrier in non-return road side should
be the same length as the return road side through the shutdown area. Positive barriers may be required in other areas
where deemed necessary for reasonable protection of spectators and participants.
All barriers must be adjacent, typically, but not necessarily, 1-5 feet, to the edge of track surface. Limited or
conditional exceptions may be made at the discretion of the underwriters including, but not limited to, tracks with
firm plans to replace metal guardrail with approved concrete barriers or tracks using non-permanent event sites
such as airports. .
III. Restricted Areas:
A. Advanced Staging Area:
There must be a means of identifying the advanced staging area from the staging area. Security must be in
place to control access to only those participants who have received restricted area credentials by properly
signing the release and waiver form. Participants with restricted area credentials must be easily identifiable by
security personnel.
B. Burnout Area:
There must be positive barriers on both sides of the burnout area, except where it may impede emergency service
or staging areas. In such cases, approved alternative barrier protection must be installed.
C. Competition Area:
1. Barriers:
a. Armco/concrete barriers: The top of the positive barrier must be at least 24" above the track surface.
The bottom strand of Armco should be no more than 2" above the track surface.
b. New concrete barriers: Must be at least 26" in height from the track surface to the top of the barrier.
2. All steel guardrail strands or rails must overlap in race direction and connections must be made with the
appropriate number of bolts.
3. New positive barriers should be installed adjacent to the track surface if all of the barrier protection is
replaced or when barrier protection is installed at any new track. See also Sec. II above.
4. There must be a V-type or other acceptable barrier protecting the starting line officials from vehicles in the
burnout area. Minimum single strand Armco or concrete barrier is required.
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Houston, TX 77046
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D. Return Road:
The full length of the return road must be protected from the competition area and the shutdown area by positive
barrier protection.
IV. Spectator Area Protection:
A. All public areas should be adequately and appropriately maintained.
B. All spectator areas, including the pit area, must be separated from the restricted area by fencing (minimum 40"
in height).
C. All spectator areas (including the pit area) which are located more than 660’ down track from the starting line
must be a minimum of 50' from positive barriers. If such spectator areas are not a minimum of 50' from
positive barriers, the track must have a debris fence in this area. The top of the debris fence must be a
minimum of 8' in height from track surface and must incorporate at least 2 strands of 3/8" steel cable evenly
spaced and securely anchored at each end.
D. All grandstands must be in compliance with applicable State and Federal codes and/or regulations, and any
additional requirements promulgated by the underwriter.
E. Facilities are urged to make public address system announcements during all events which encourage parents to
monitor their children at all times and to not place or allow children to sit or lie in the footboard areas.
V. Technical Inspections:
All racing vehicles must be inspected in accordance with the rules and regulations of the applicable sanctioning body
prior to participation in any racing event.
VI. Emergency Response Requirements:
A. Each facility must have a state-certified ambulance manned by two paramedics or EMT's or applicable
equivalents at the insured's premise during all track activities. A commercial or municipal state-certified
ambulance or a track owned ambulance is acceptable. Each ambulance must meet the following minimum
specifications:
1. The ambulance must be manned by two certified paramedics or EMT's at all times during scheduled
events, including day prior and tuning and testing.
2. Each non-transporting ambulance must contain the minimum medical equipment for Basic Life Support (or
that state’s equivalent classification) as required by state certification standards.
3. In cases of track owned ambulances, the insured shall keep the following items on record:
a. Copies of the state's required medical equipment.
b. Signed statement by the insured confirming each ambulance is so equipped.
c. Supporting photos of ambulance and equipment.
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VI. Emergency Response Requirements (Cont’d):
B. Each facility must have a dedicated fire/rescue type vehicle (generally equipped as outlined in the attached
Exhibit A and with a SFI-trained operator) present and operational at all racing events (recommended but not
required at tuning and testing and grudge/day prior activities). Exemptions may be granted at any time at
underwriter’s discretion for tracks utilizing public fire department or privately contracted fire/rescue response
services.
VII. General Maintenance Program:
All facilities should have a verifiable ongoing maintenance program for the repair and replacement of grandstand
seating, walkways, fencing, barrier support posts and barriers.
DISCLAIMER:
The underwriters, in their discretion, reserve the right to modify or amend these guidelines at any time and to waive
or modify the applicability of these guidelines to individual facilities. These guidelines do not determine, and are not
intended to determine, whether a facility is “safe”. An insured should not rely upon these guidelines for any reason
other than to determine whether the facility qualifies for insurance, and is always free to utilize more stringent
standards than those required for insurance underwriting purposes. An insured is, and remains, solely responsible
for the safety of its facility, and Safehold Special Risk, Inc. and its carriers undertake no duty in this regard. No duty or
warranty of safety or rule/underwriting compliance to spectators or participants is implied or expressed by these
guidelines.
Safehold Special Risk, Inc.
24 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1100
Houston, TX 77046
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UNDERWRITING GUIDELINES
EXHIBIT A
Fire/Rescue Vehicle Equipment - Examples
© SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
12/09 ed.
FIRE/RESCUE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT EXAMPLES
 60-80 gallon (minimum) pressurized water tank with fire retardant agent (such as FireAde or ColdFire). Pressurized by
nitrogen or other non-flammable gas tanks (recommended) or engine. Adequate (70 feet recommended) of 100 psi
rated hose with nozzle. Hose reel recommended.
 2.5 gallon pressurized water (with additive) hand fire extinguisher(s).
 20 lb. CO2 hand fire extinguisher(s).
 Extraction tools: Hydraulic rescue tool such as Jaws of Life or battery-powered saws-all with rescue metal blades or
hacksaws or any tool that will cut tubing/cages.
 Pry bar(s).
 Dzus tool
 Seat belt cutter
 Personal fire protection clothing: race fire suits or turns-out fire dept gear; full-faced fire retardant helmet and gloves.
 2 stiff bristle brooms for clean-up.
OPTIONAL / ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT
 20 lb. CO2 and 15 lb. halon hand fire extinguishers
 2-ton floor jack
 Tow strap
 Assorted hand tools
 2- 10 in. wire brooms
 2-12 in. scrappers
DISCLAIMER: The above equipment list is not intended to be a comprehensive list of available or desirable equipment. It
is based upon the SFI Foundation’s list of suggested equipment.
Safehold Special Risk, Inc.
24 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1100
Houston, TX 77046
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N H R A C H AM PI O N S HI P D R AG R AC I N G
2035 FINANCIAL WAY, GLENDORA, CALIFORNIA 91741-4602
TELEPHONE (626) 914-4761
NATIONAL HOT ROD ASSOCIATION • MEMBER ACCUS-FIA
2015 APPROVED INSURANCE PROVIDERS
PARTICIPANT ACCIDENT PROGRAM
SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK, INC.
(Exclusive Provider)
24 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1100
Houston, TX 77046-2401
713-871-2100
ACE American Insurance Company
(Exclusive Carrier)
GENERAL LIABILITY PROGRAM
AMERICAN SPECIALTY INSURANCE & RISK SERVICES
142 North Main Street
Roanoke, IN 46783-0309
Greenwich Insurance Company
JONES BROWN MOTORSPORTS
480 University Avenue, Suite 1100
Toronto, Ontario M5G1V2
416-408-1920
Everest Insurance Company of Canada
(Canadian tracks only)
K & K INSURANCE GROUP, INC.
1712 Magnavox Way, P.O. Box 2338
Fort Wayne, IN 46801
219-459-5000
National Casualty Company
K & K INSURANCE GROUP CANADA
101-5800 Explorer Drive,
Mississaugua, Ontario L4W 5K9
905-214-6401
Sovereign General Insurance Co. of Canada
(Canadian tracks only)
NAUGHTON INSURANCE, INC.
P.O. Box 6192
Providence, RI 02940
401-433-4000
Evanston Insurance Company
PHILADELPHIA INSURANCE COMPANIES
2002 Timberloch, Suite 200
The Woodlands, TX 77380
(877)680-9203
Philadelphia Indemnity Insurance Company
SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK, INC.
24 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1100
Houston, TX 77046-2401
713-871-2100
Nova Casualty Insurance Company
ACE American Insurance Company
WSIB MOTORSPORTS INSURANCE
950 W. Monroe Street, Suite G200
Jackson, MI 49202
866-904-9742
Chubb Custom Insurance Company
Updated as of 03/06/2015
It is important to prepare before an emergency. Take these steps to better prepare now:
Read the attached and keep it handy. Do not file this away.
Your awareness of these procedures and guidelines will help to minimize panic and
confusion at the time of an emergency.
Stay calm. Be prepared.
EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS
CRISIS MANAGEMENT - PREPARE FOR EMERGENCIES
HOW TO REDUCE CLAIMS AT YOUR TRACK – THE ESSENTIAL EIGHT
EVENT EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
EMERGENCY CLAIMS REPORTING GUIDELINES
GENERAL INCIDENT HANDLING PROCEDURES
INCIDENT REPORT FORM
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Safehold Special Risk, Inc.
24 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1100
Houston, TX 77046
MOTORSPORTS
EMERGENCY GUIDELINES & PROCEDURES
PART II:
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Police – Fire – Paramedics
9 1 1
Safehold Special Risk Emergency Claims Number
713-648-9367
Safehold Special Risk Fax Number
866-591-6244
Hospital
Local Fire Department
Local Police Department
Track Contact
Track Phone Number
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SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK often receives inquiries concerning crisis management of event locations. All
venues vary greatly in physical layout and patron services; however, the following guidelines should
be considered in the development of your own crisis management plans.
CRISIS MANAGEMENT
PREPARE FOR EMERGENCIES
 Have a qualified person designated for all private, public or media statements. Have all personnel
understand who the designated statement person is and how to direct inquiries about an incident to
that person. Develop a library of media statements that are adequately but not overly informative for
all anticipated crisis situations. See emergency procedures below.
 Have a separate qualified person designated for all emergency medical, fire and security operations.
 Contact local hospitals and ambulance services prior to event/season and arrange procedures to be
followed in case of a serious incident. Establish names and numbers of specialists in burns,
orthopedics, etc.
 Have adequate security, medical, and fire protection services and equipment at your premises that are
considered to be proper and prudent for the anticipated attendance and event activities.
 Have backup security, medical and fire protection services and equipment, including backup power
sources to maintain event integrity. If the facility or event type has the potential to isolate persons
out of reach of the on-site equipment, arrange for outside special emergency equipment and
services (i.e., helicopter, fire company extension ladder, construction crane or "cherry picker", etc.),
that are capable of assisting you.
 Have a written emergency action plan that addresses all "worst scenario" situations, including
evacuation.
 Train for and practice all emergency procedures.
 Have adequate supplies of SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK approved Release and Waiver as well as
adequate accident reporting forms on event site. See below for sample accident report form.
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“THE ESSENTIAL EIGHT”
Inspect and repair your bleachers and grandstands on a regular basis (preferably after every event). Get out and
walk them. Replace broken/cracked warped boards promptly. Keep records of maintenance and repairs. This can be
very helpful if a "slip and fall" claim is brought.
"Waivers, Waivers, Waivers". Make sure everyone who will be entering a restricted area signs a release and waiver
at every event, no matter how small or big the event may be. Make sure the waiver is witnessed and dated. See our
release and waiver guidelines for other suggestions and requirements.
Enforce restricted area access restrictions. Put simply, don’t let anyone into a restricted area who shouldn’t be
there. Have adequate security/officials to enforce access restrictions! Limit the number of "crew" members who
hang around the starting line or other "hot" areas. In particular, it is highly recommended that you enact and enforce
rules restricting minors’ access unless they are directly involved as a driver or essential crew member. Remember, it
is your track and you can set your own rules that are stricter than the minimums required by the insurance carrier or
your sanctioning body.
Adopt and enforce rules that regulate and restrict where necessary the operation of golf carts, "scooters", ATV’s,
"motorbikes" etc. Adopt and enforce speed limits and ban reckless driving. Limit the number of such vehicles teams
may bring in ("one per entry"). Require lights to operate at night or just ban them after dark. Adopt an age limit (age
16 and/or valid driver’s license). Reserve the right in your rules to expel violators and even confiscate their vehicles
for the duration of the event. Claims involving these vehicles continue to be a big unnecessary problem.
Require all contractors and vendors providing services at your events to provide YOU with evidence of their own
insurance coverage. Examples are fuel, food, parts and merchandise suppliers. Do you use a private ambulance
service? Make them show you proof of insurance. Try to get any vendor/contractor to add your track as an
"additional insured". You want claims arising out of their operations to be covered by their insurance, not yours.
Regularly inspect your track barrier system. Repair damage promptly. If guardrail, check for proper overlap and
missing/loose bolts and rotten wood posts. Close up "gaps" that you may have allowed for timing systems or
support vehicle access wherever possible. Ask yourself if you really need that opening.
Train your staff. Make sure they know what their responsibilities are, particularly in emergency situations. Who
will do what when a bad accident occurs (either on the track or off). If bad weather is headed your way, what will
you do? Adopt a simple "emergency action plan". Drill your staff in its implementation.
"Ancillary activities". Think before you allow just any activity to come to your track. Anything that might be
classified as a "thrill show" or involve any type of amusement ride or device is typically excluded under your
policy. Particularly scrutinize anything involving "spectator" participation, and even more so if it involves
children. A simple Easter Egg hunt can be a real hazard if not operated properly. Contact SAFEHOLD SPECIAL
RISK Motorsports if you have any doubts about coverage (often we can obtain it for you if we can review the
activity first) or whether it is a good thing to do.
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The following procedures should assist you in maintaining a satisfactory rapport with any injured
parties or the general public.
EVENT EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
ACTION: Follow your written plan and take appropriate care of all victims.
NOTICE: If a major spectator or serious participant loss has occurred, have your contact person call
SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK emergency claims pager number, 713-648-9367 (24 hours). If appropriate, an
adjuster will be assigned immediately.
STATEMENT: Use an appropriate pre-written media statement. Do not make any statements regarding
the cause of the accident. GIVE NO OPINIONS OR CONJECTURES TO ANYONE.
Do not admit to liability, or infer or promise to pay. (Doing so is a violation of your policy and may void
your coverage.) Use only the acceptable statement of "THE ACCIDENT IS UNDER INVESTIGATION." Do
not discuss your insurance with the public or press.
INVESTIGATION: Cooperate with the insurance company representative. Let this person make any and
all conclusive investigations.
WITNESSES: Secure names, addresses and phone numbers (home and work) of witnesses as soon as
possible after the accident. NOTHING MORE!
PHOTOS: Take appropriate photos of the accident scene as soon as possible. Do not take video or audio
tape or written statements.
RELEASE AND WAIVER: If an injured person was in a restricted area, locate the signed Release and
Waiver immediately and store in a safe place. Send to the insurance company only by request and by
registered mail. Retain a photocopy of the Release and Waiver for your file.
LOCAL AUTHORITIES: If investigated by local authorities, provide the policy report number and the
investigating officers’ name to SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK..
ACCIDENT REPORT FORM: Complete all information required and available within 24 hours. The
minimum information should include facility name and address, date of accident, and claimant's name,
address, and phone number. If a fatality, also get family name and phone number. Mail as soon as
possible as incomplete information delays the insurance company's claims handling.
We cannot emphasize strongly enough that these are guidelines. These guidelines do not replace any
local, state or federal regulatory requirements.
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A. EMERGENCY PHONE REPORTING:
If a serious spectator or participant loss has occurred, call SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK's emergency claims
number 713-648-9367 (available 24 hours a day) and an on call claims adjuster will be paged. Leave either a
message including contact name and number, or enter a call back number, followed by the # sign, where
you can be reached immediately.
The following injuries are considered to be serious:
 Death
 Significant head injury
 Paraplegic or quadriplegic impairment
 Amputation or serious functional impairment of any major limb
 Severe burns
 Sensory impairment
 Severe internal body organ damage or loss
Call even if you only suspect the injury is serious or if there are unique circumstances that may require
immediate investigation. (Do not use this number for any other situation other than an emergency. Do not
use for claim status)
B. ACCIDENT REPORT FORM/RELEASE AND WAIVER:
1. Fill out the SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK Motorsports accident report form completely. If the injury involves a
participant, secure the original Waiver and Release of Liability form. Make sure the waiver is properly
dated, witnessed and has the event location filled in.
2. Fax the accident report form and waiver to 866-591-6244 as soon as possible. Hold the original waiver and
incident report in a secure place until requested to forward it. Forward only by registered mail or
overnight/express service that can be tracked.
C. GENERAL INCIDENT HANDLING PROCEDURES:
1. Emergency Plan:
Develop a written emergency plan and follow it when an incident occurs.
2. Media and Investigation Statements:
a. Use an appropriate pre-written media statement. Do not make any statements regarding the cause of
the accident. DO NOT GIVE OPINIONS OR CONJECTURES TO ANYONE.
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C. GENERAL INCIDENT HANDLING PROCEDURES (CONT’D):
b. Do not admit to liability, or infer or promise to pay. Doing so is a violation of your policy and may void
your coverage. Typically, it is best just to acknowledge that there was an accident and just state "The
ACCIDENT IS UNDER INVESTIGATION." Do not discuss your insurance with the public or press other
than to say the incident has been reported to your insurance carrier.
If desired, your sanctioning association and SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK can assist you with media inquiries. Call
the sanctioning association, SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK claims adjuster or your motorsports underwriter for
assistance.
3. Investigation:
Cooperate with the insurance company representative. Let this person make any and all conclusive
investigations.
4. Witnesses:
Secure names, addresses and phone numbers (home and work) of witnesses as soon as possible after the
accident. NOTHING MORE!
5. Photos/Statements:
Take appropriate photos of the accident scene as soon as possible. Do not take video or audio tape or
written statements.
6. Local Authorities:
If investigated by local authorities, provide the policy report number and the investigating officers’ name to
SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK. Cooperate with local authorities as necessary.
NOTE: These guidelines are not intended to supersede any local, state or federal regulatory requirements.
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PARTICIPANT ACCIDENT GENERAL INCIDENT CLAIM FILING PROCEDURES FOR
NHRA MEMBER TRACKS AND INJURED PARTICIPANTS
A. TRACK’S RESPONSIBILITIES
1. If a participant is injured or an injury is suspected, the track should complete a NHRA Member Track Incident Report
and mail it to: Safehold Special Risk, Attn: Motorsports Claims, P.O. Box 983, Houston, TX 77001-0983 or fax to 866591-6244. The report should be mailed or faxed within 24 hours of the injury.
2. The track should provide the injured participant with a copy of these procedures.
B. PARTICIPANT’S RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Please note that the Participant Accident policies for NHRA Member Tracks provide EXCESS coverage to
participants. This means that if the participant has health insurance coverage, the claim and resulting bills must
be submitted to the participant’s health insurance carrier prior to submitting to Safehold Special Risk for
consideration. The treating medical provider(s) should be given the participant’s health insurance information
first. The medical provider(s) may also be provided with the NHRA policy information, as noted below. Safehold
Special Risk will coordinate payment of benefits with the participant’s health insurance carrier, however, it will
speed the claim process up if the participant has submitted their medical bills to their health insurance carrier
first.
2. Participants and/or medical providers may submit bills to:
Safehold Special Risk
Attn: Motorsports Claims
P.O. Box 983
Houston, TX 77001-0983
Medical providers may also call the Motorsports Claims Department at 713-871-2108 for coverage information.
The participant may tell the medical provider that the coverage is called NHRA Member Track Participant
Accident Coverage and that the carrier is ACE American Insurance Company.
3. A Safehold Special Risk Claims Representative will typically contact the participant by mail within 2 weeks and
provide further instruction. The participant may contact Motorsports Claims at 713-871-2108 if they have not
heard from a claims representative within 2 weeks or before in the case of a serious injury and/or the participant
is faced with medical provider treatment issues dependent upon insurance coverage clarification.
4. The Claims Representative will provide the participant with two forms: Safehold Special Risk Incident Report and
Medical Release Authorization Form. These two forms should be completed as promptly as possible, ensuring
that all questions have been answered and that all answers are legible. An incomplete or illegible form will only
delay the processing of the claim. Upon receipt of the completed forms, the Claims Department can begin
processing any bills that have been submitted to Safehold Special Risk and will also be able to coordinate payment
of benefits with your health insurance carrier, if any.
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INCIDENT REPORT
Safehold Special Risk, Inc. Confidential © 2014 Safehold Special Risk, Inc. All rights reserved
Ed. Date 01/2014
PROMOTER
TRACK
SANCTIONING
BODY / PROMOTER NHRA  IHRA  TRACK PROMOTED  NONE  IMCA  OTHER  ______________________
EVENT TYPE DRAG  OVAL  ROAD COURSE  OTHER  ______________________________________________
INCIDENT DATE DATE _________________________ TIME ___________ AM  PM 
INJURED PERSON DRIVER/RIDER  OFFICIAL  CREW MEMBER  SPECTATOR  OTHER  ______________________
NATURE BODILY INJURY  PROPERTY DAMAGE  OTHER  ____________________________________________
WAIVER SIGNED YES  NO 
LOCATION OF
ACCIDENT
GRAND STANDS  PIT AREA  ON TRACK 
STAGING AREA  RETURN AREA  OTHER  ______________________________________________
NAME OF INJURED
PERSON OR
PROPERTY OWNER
NAME
ADDRESS
CITY STATE / ZIP
DAYTIME PHONE CELL PHONE
AGE ________ DOB _____________ MALE  FEMALE 
VEHICLE YR _____________ MAKE ________________ MODEL ___________________
INCIDENT
DESCRIPTION
DESCRIBE WHAT HAPPENED
DESCRIPTION OF
INJURY
HOSPITAL
TRANSPORTED TO HOSPITAL YES  NO 
ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL YES  NO  UNKNOWN 
HOSPITAL NAME
TRANSPORTING AMBULANCE SERVICE
ADDRESS, CITY, STATE
WITNESSES Witness 1 Witness 2
NAME
ADDRESS
PHONE
REPORTED BY
NAME TITLE
ADDRESS CITY
PHONE STATE/ZIP
COMPLETE ALL SECTIONS AND FAX TO 866-591-6244 OR MAIL IMMEDIATELY TO:
SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK, INC., P.O. BOX 983, HOUSTON TX 77001-0983
EMERGENCY CLAIMS PAGER: 713.648.9367
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Most Frequently Asked Questions From
NHRA Participant Injury Claimants
• What coverage does the NHRA Participant Accident policy provide?
NHRA’s policy pays up to the policy limit for reasonable medical expenses incurred by a participant who
sustains a race related accidental injury while participating in a covered event. All medical treatment must
be performed by a legally qualified physician and must be for the sole purpose of treating the injury. The
policy also provides a Disability benefit, if a participant misses over one week of work, and an Accidental
Death and Dismemberment benefit with varying limits.
• How do I file a claim?
Just complete the enclosed forms and return them to our office along with your medical bills if you have
received any. Since our coverage is “Excess,” if you have any other medical coverage, your medical bills
must be processed under that coverage first. Any deductible, co-pay, and/or coinsurance amounts you are
responsible for can be submitted to our office. In order for us to process payment to your doctor or
hospital, we will need a complete itemized statement, along with a copy of your insurance company’s
Explanation of Benefits (EOB). If you need to file an Accidental Death or Dismemberment claim or a
Disability claim, please call us at (713) 871-2108.
• Will NHRA’s Participant Accident policy pay all of my bills if I don’t have any other insurance?
Since every insurance policy has exclusions and limitations, it is possible that the NHRA’s policy may not
cover all of your bills. Common reasons for this include, but are not limited to:
1. The bill is higher than what a “reasonable expense” or a “usual and customary charge” should be in
your area.
2. The incident is not considered an accidental injury.
3. The accidental injury is not event related.
4. The bill is unrelated to the covered injury.
5. The doctor or hospital has not provided us with all of the information needed to pay the bill.
• I have other insurance. Will NHRA’s Participant Accident policy pay all of the bills my insurance does
not?
Usually. However, while NHRA’s policy will reimburse you for any deductible, co-pay, or coinsurance
amount you may be responsible for, it will not reimburse you for charges that your insurance company does
not pay because they exceed “reasonable expenses” or the “usual and customary allowance.”
• What does “reasonable expenses” or “usual and customary allowance” mean? Is this just another way
to avoid paying a claim?
NHRA’s plan, as do most medical plans, excludes reimbursement for medical charges that are higher than
those generally made in the local area where treatment is received. If your insurance company does not
pay a bill in full because the charges exceed “reasonable expenses” or the “usual and customary
allowance,” it is very likely that NHRA’s insurance company will take the same position.
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• Do I have any obligation to pay bills that have been turned down because they are higher than
“reasonable expenses” or the “usual and customary allowance?”
When you receive treatment from a doctor or hospital, you usually sign an agreement with the doctor or
hospital stating you are ultimately responsible for payment of their bill. However, you do have the right to
question the validity of the doctor’s or hospital’s charges.
• Since I have other medical insurance coverage, should I wait until my health carrier has processed all my
bills before I file a claim on NHRA’s policy?
We find that waiting only further delays the process. Depending on how long the delay is, your medical
provider may decide to turn your account over to a collection agency. In order to expedite the processing of
your claim, you should submit your bills and EOBs as you receive them.
• When will the bill from my claim be paid?
Normal processing time is three weeks from the date we receive your bill and all essential paperwork.
Please be sure that your submission of paperwork is complete to avoid delay.
• Some of my bills are over 30 days old. Why haven’t they been paid?
1. If our policy is excess to your medical insurance coverage, we must receive a copy of the EOB that
indicates what your insurance company paid or denied on your medical expenses before we can process
our payments. Please make sure this information has been sent to our claims department, along with a
copy of the itemized statement.
2. We may be waiting for additional information requested from the provider. If this situation exists, you
can help us by calling your provider and getting the requested information.
3. We may never have received the bill. If you are unsure, resubmit, preferably via fax to (866) 591-6244,
attention Motorsports Claims Department.
• I’ve received a notice from a collection agency! What should I do?
If you receive a collection notice for a bill you believe is covered under NHRA’s policy, please contact our
office as soon as possible. Generally, a bill is left unpaid because the provider failed to provide us with
additional information needed to process the claim. We will call the collection agency and work with them
on your behalf. Most of the time, we are successful in having the collection proceedings suspended until
the disposition of your claim can be determined.
This is a brief description of the coverages provided in the NHRA Participant Accident policy. All claims are, of
course, subject to policy conditions, limitations, and exclusions.
If you have any questions regarding coverage, how to complete the forms, where to send your claim and
medical bills, or the status of your claim, please feel free to e-mail us at trendolyn.walters@safehold.com or
you can give us a call at (713) 871-2108.
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2015 NHRA
MEMBER TRACK SCHEDULE
TRACK ___________________________________________________ DIVISION ___________________
TRACK OPERATOR _____________________________________________________________________
In the absence of a printed 2015 schedule of events, please circle every day that your track will be open to the public.
JANUARY
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List any race day(s) sanctioned by NHRA as a special Divisional or National event:
Date(s): __________________________________________ Event: ________________________________________
Date(s): __________________________________________ Event: ________________________________________
Date(s): __________________________________________ Event: ________________________________________
List any race day(s) sanctioned by an approved alternate sanctioning organization (ASO):
Date(s): __________________________________________ Event: ________________________________________
Date(s): __________________________________________ Event: ________________________________________
Date(s): __________________________________________ Event: ________________________________________
Total 2015 Track Event Days (circled above) _________
Total Sanctioned/ASO Event Days (circled above) _________
Actual 2015 NHRA Member Track Event Days _________
(Total event days minus the sanctioned event days)
SUBMIT TO DIVISION DIRECTOR
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CHASSIS SEMINAR
APPLICATION FORM
To acquire a Chassis Seminar at your track or at a specified location, the following information must be
completed. Please utilize one form for every Chassis Seminar you would like to schedule. Do not list multiple
Chassis Seminars on one form. After completing this form, return the form to your Division office.
In an effort to accommodate all requests, please specify three choices for dates and times. We will then
attempt to schedule the Chassis Seminars on your first choice.
Thanks for your cooperation in advance.
NAME OF TRACK:
LOCATION OF CHASSIS SEMINAR:
ADDRESS:
CITY: STATE: ZIP:
TELEPHONE:
TELEPHONE:
FAX NUMBER:
Please keep in mind, to host a Chassis seminar you must have
a minimum of 10 vehicles guaranteed to attend.
NUMBER OF VEHICLES EXPECTED TO ATTEND:
DATES & TIMES
1ST CHOICE:
DATE: TIME:
2ND CHOICE:
DATE: TIME:
3RD CHOICE:
DATE: TIME:
NHRA Duplicate Order Form for "The Wally"
YOUR INFORMATION:
NAME:
NAME OF YOUR BUSINESS (IF APPLICABLE)
STREET ADDRESS
CITY/STATE/ZIP:
DAYTIME PHONE:
E-MAIL ADDRESS:
TROPHY INFORMATION:
EVENT NAME:
DATE OF EVENT:
OFFICIAL TRACK NAME (not city/state):
DIVISION THAT AWARDED THE WALLY :
CLASS CATEGORY:
COST:
THE WALLY, 12.25”ON A ROUND BASE $100.00 / EA If possible please upload a picture for accurate in engraving
THE JDRL WALLY, 9.25”ON A SQUARE BASE $50.00 / EA
STATE CHAMP PLAQUE $75.00 / EA
**Applicable Tax applied if shipping in NY**
CREDIT CARD PAYMENT:
YOUR CREDIT CARD INFORMATION: TYPE OF CARD  Visa  MasterCard  American Express  Discover
CARD ACCT #: EXP. DATE (CID)
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING APPLIES
COST OF STANDARD UPS GROUND SHIPPING WILL BE APPLIED (Please allow 3 business days plus shipping)
E-MAIL ORDER FORM TO: CCAMPBELL@CROWNAWARDS.COM
OR JSANGEORGE@CROWNAWARDS.COM 9 SKYLINE DRIVE
HAWTHORNE, NEW YORK 10532
(914) 347-7700 EXT 104
FAX: 914-940-6160
NHRA MEMBER TRACK TECH CARD AND WARNING SIGN ORDER FORM
TRACK NAME:
CONTACT PERSON:
SHIPPING ADDRESS:
CITY
STATE:
ZIP:
PHONE #:
FAX #:
TECHNICAL INSPECTION FORMS – $79 PER THOUSAND, PLUS SHIPPING
List quantities for available text colors; all on white card stock only:
Black Red Blue Green Qty. Total
JDRL Total
WARNING SIGNS – $15 EACH, PLUS SHIPPING QTY.
#1 – Warning Drag Racing is Hazardous.
Injury to spectators is possible in all areas of the track. Promoters and Track Owners assume
NO liability for injuries. You attend at your own risk.
(Recommended at all entry gates.)
#2 – Warning Hazardous Area
Restricted Area – Do not enter unless authorized.
(Recommended at all entries to restricted areas.)
#3 – Participants under 14 years of age must remain in the enclosed portion of the crew vehicle.
(Recommended at head of staging or area where tow vehicles would enter restricted area.)
#4 – You are entering a spectator area, proceed with caution.
(Recommended at entry to pits from return road.)
MAIL OR FAX THE COMPLETED FORM TO:
NHRA Field Office
Attention: Jennifer Lowe
2035 Financial Way, Glendora, CA 91741
Phone (626) 250-2271 | Fax (626) 914-8963
SHIPPING OPTIONS (ALL SHIPPING CHARGES TO BE PAID BY MEMBER TRACK)
 Next Day Air  2nd Day Air  3 Day Saver  Ground
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ORDER!
NHRA MEMBER TRACK INFORMATION UPDATE FORM
Only mark changes then return to your Division office.
Reasons for submitting:
Date Completed Completed By:
Track Division
1/8 mile JDRL Program Summit ET Program
Website
Published Phone Number Office Fax
Owner
Owner Phone Owner Cell Owner Home
Contact 2 Contact 2 Title
Contact 2 Phone Contact 2 Cell Contact 2 Home
Shipping Address
Shipping Address 2
Shipping City Shipping St Shipping Zip
If a secondary address is used in winter months please designate months at this address
2 nd Shipping Address
2 nd Shipping Address 2
2 nd Shipping City 2 nd Shipping St 2 nd Shipping Zip
Mailing Address
Mailing Address 2
Mailing City Mailing St Mailing Zip
Physical Address
Physical Address 2
Physical City Phys St Phys Zip
Email 1
Email 2
Email 3
NHRA/SFI TECH CERTIFICATION
Inspector/Membership Verification Form
Date Division Track
Contact Name Telephone
COMPLIMENTARY MEMBERSHIP INSPECTORS
Each track is granted 4 complimentary NHRA memberships per year, from the SFI Foundation.
COMPLETE THIS SECTION FOR EACH INSPECTOR: NHRA USE ONLY:
1. Name SFI Number
NHRA Membership Number  Print & Digital  Digital Only
Date Tested
Address
Notes:
City St Zip
Email Address
2. Name SFI Number
NHRA Membership Number  Print & Digital  Digital Only
Date Tested
Address
Notes:
City St Zip
Email Address
3. Name SFI Number
NHRA Membership Number  Print & Digital  Digital Only
Date Tested
Address
Notes:
City St Zip
Email Address
4. Name SFI Number
NHRA Membership Number  Print & Digital  Digital Only
Date Tested
Address
Notes:
City St Zip
Email Address
Please return the completed form to your home division office
NORTH EAST DIVISION
366 Easton Road, Warrington, PA 18976
(215) 343-2558 | (215) 343-0159 Fax
SOUTH EAST DIVISION
11223 N. County Road 225, Gainesville, FL 32609
(352) 374-9922 | (352) 372-0418 Fax
NORTH CENTRAL DIVISION
5 West State Road 218, Bunker Hill, IN 46914
(765) 689-8727 | (765) 689-7956 Fax
SOUTH CENTRAL DIVISION
12959 Jupiter Rd, Suite 240, Dallas, TX 75238
(469) 248 - 0014 | (469) 248 - 0024 Fax
WEST CENTRAL DIVISION
3720 Arrowhead Avenue, Ste 103, Independence, MO 64057
(816) 795-8055 | (816) 795-0515 Fax
NORTH WEST DIVISION
818 39th Ave. SW, Suite A-3, Puyallup, WA 98373
(253) 864-6594 | (253) 864-6683 Fax
PACIFIC DIVISION
2035 Financial Way, Glendora, CA 91741
(626) 250-2498 | (626) 914-8963 Fax
NHRA Track Announcers Guild
As an announcer for an NHRA drag strip, you have the unique opportunity to become a member of
the NHRA Track Announcers Guild. From ideas initiated in the summer of 1983, this organization
has grown to include NHRA national event announcers and local announcers from every NHRA
division. Wally Parks and Bernie Partridge were the founding forces to set the standards for this
group.
The purpose of the Track Announcers Guild is to promote higher quality track announcing by instilling professional pride, giving guidance through special aids and communications, and to bring
recognition to this important part of the drag strip operation.
The TAG membership includes the bi-monthly newsletter, TAG Line, which provides news and topics to members; TAG seminars, meetings, a pin, decals and a special membership card for admission to one NHRA national event per year; discounted merchandise opportunities from MainGate
Inc; discounted fees for NHRA membership; and a subscription to National Dragster.
Announcers are the voice of every drag strip operation. They keep the spectators and racers informed and sell the drag racing program. Membership in the Track Announcers Guild will make
every announcer more informed. That benefits everyone involved with drag racing.
You can become a member by sending $75.00 for your TAG membership to:
Track Announcers Guild
3130 Quail Ridge Road
Bettendorf, IA 52722
You will also need to include a check for $30 made payable to NHRA for an associate NHRA
membership if you are not currently a member of NHRA. If you are a member, please send a copy
of your membership card.
APPLICATION
Name
Address
City, State, Zip
Track
Home
Work
Cell
e-mail

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