There have been some minor rule updates. A summary of the changes are as follows:
The following has been added to the rule book: SPOILER: A rear spoiler, non-adjustable from the driver’s compartment, may be attached to the rear deck-lid, not to exceed 4 inches in height and 60 inches in length. Must be constructed of 1/8 inch metal or ¼ inch Lexan and control the flow of air over one surface only. No rudders, side traps, or forward mounting brackets allowed. Minimum angle is 55 degrees. The spoiler must maintain the same contour as the rear deck lid.
For clarification: The Stock Holly #R4412CT is considered a legal carburetor as it meets the same specifications as a #R4412.
Super Stocks and Pure Stocks:
The following has been added to each respective division’s rules: Side windows and vent windows are NOT allowed.
The following has been added to the rule book under window nets: No objects may be attached to the window net at any time. The rational is this changes the rating of the window net thus making it a safety violation. It may also impede the ability of safety workers in the event of an emergency. Examples of this include hanging stuffed animals or wire-tying Lexan to them.
Pro Trucks: For clarification purposes, there is still a nose height rule for the division and this will be checked in tech and reads as follows: Front spoiler minimum of 4 inch ground clearance.
#12 Bruce Yackey battles #11 Darren Robertson in the Super Late Models - #13 Racin Jason Morris wins in the Super Stocks - and #15 Danny Medina tops a massive Legends field. (Starr photo)
(05-04-2013 Dacono, CO) Bruce Yackey had his hands full with young Darren Robertson and Matt Zwingelberg but in the end it was the multi-time track champion Bruce "the Moose" Yackey taking home his first win of the 2013 season.
Rick Smith #31, Mike Bernard #15, and #77 Jeff Hansen headed to victory on Dacono Night (Starr Photo)
(04-27-2013 Dacono, CO) Mike Bernard won his first ever Snap-On Tools Pro Truck main event in dramatic fashion retaking the lead on the final lap thrilling the large CNS crowd. Rick Smith was victorious in the Gillet Vet Super Late Models and Jeff Hansen won yet again in the SUNOCO Fuels Grand American Modifieds.
Lee Kemmit cruised to the win in his brand new Camaro at CNS (Starr photo)
(04-13-2013 Dacono, CO) On an emotional night for the Pro Truck division young Adam Hilton won his first ever main event. Lee Kemmit christened his new Camaro with a visit to winner's circle in the new Late Model division and Jeff Hansen picked up where he left off last year in the Grand American Modified division.
Drivers that do not have a valid NASCAR License will not be rewarded therefore it is imperative that you have a valid and current NASCAR License.
The NASCAR Divisions at CNS are: Super Late Models, Late Models, Pro Trucks, Grand American Modifieds, Super Stocks, and Figure 8s.
- Checks Being Reissued
- New FLEX Transponder Option
- Young-gun Jesse Runkle stuns the CNS veterans to take the first race at CNS
- Gene Heffley
- Chris Leaf
- Practice and Event Schedule for 2013 Season
- Early Registration Discount
- Tire and Fuel Pricing and Availability
- Figure 8s Officially a NASCAR Division for 2013
- Download the final rules now before the trade show!
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