FNF Top 10 List

Street Warriorz Top 10 List Rules

This list is a competition for the fastest true street cars in the area.

Attendance is MANDATORY! The car is what counts, not the driver, so if you can’t make the event, you can have another driver race your vehicle. If your vehicle misses the event, it is completely off the list and must go thru the challenger’s bracket to try to get back on the list. 

A vehicle isn’t considered present until it made its 1st pass of the 1st round of racing.  After the 1st round, if the vehicle cant make a pass, that round will be considered a DNF, and the car will register a loss for that race. After your 2nd consecutive DNF, your vehicle will be removed from the list.

¼ mile | .400 Pro-tree | Heads Up | Red Lights Count | Touching Center line DQ | Auto-Start On

  1. All vehicles must have a license plate, proof of current registration and valid insurance 
  2. All vehicles must have a functional alternator, radiator and water pump
  3. Tow vehicles are prohibited
  4. Courtesy staging active

It is the Participant’s responsibility to familiarize themselves with all IHRA safety requirements. Safety Rules will be strictly enforced. The Participant agrees they bear the ultimate responsibility when it comes to safety and how the Participant and the vehicle complies with the IHRA rule books. The Participant also agrees that no one else other than the Participant is in the best position to know about how their particular race vehicle has been constructed and how to safely operate it.

Vehicle Rules:

Body: Any year vehicle is allowed. Lightweight components are limited to hood, front fenders, deck lid, hatches, sunroofs/t-tops/targa tops, wings, ground effects, and bumpers only. Quarter panels and doors must remain as originally manufactured. One-piece front ends are not permitted. No body parts may be removed during competition.

Chassis: All cars must retain complete stock chassis, floorboard, firewall, and frame rails. Notching of chassis for clearance is permitted. Aftermarket “K” members are permitted. 

Suspension: “Stock Style Suspension” All cars must utilize stock front and rear suspension and mounts. Aftermarket front control arms, rear control arms, and sub-frame connectors are permitted. Aftermarket struts and shocks are permitted. Ladder bars, four links, and wheelie bars are prohibited on all cars. 

Windows: Car must retain factory glass. Exception: Optic Armor permitted on front windshield and rear window. 

Interior: Dashboard and full interior from front seats forward (including door panels) is required (passenger seat may be removed). Aftermarket seats, gauges, and interior are permitted. 

Exhaust: Required. Exhaust may exit anywhere.

Electronics: Two-steps, data loggers, aftermarket ECU’s, and engine management systems are permitted.

Driveline: Aftermarket axles, ring and pinions, final drive, spools, and differentials are permitted. 

Transmission: Manual or Auto transmissions are permitted. Any style automatic transmission is permitted. Trans brakes are permitted. 

Shifter: Strain gauges are prohibited. Air shifters are prohibited. 

Fuel: Any type of fuel is allowed 

Tires: Drag Radial, or Bias Ply no larger than 28″x10.5″ or 275 Radial.

Tire Rule Exception: Any FWD or RWD cars that have a MANUAL transmission may run a SLICK no larger than 28″x11.5”. Nissan GT-R can run any size DOT radial.

Engine: No restrictions! But must have a functional alternator and radiator.

Nitrous: No restrictions! 

Forced Induction: No restrictions!

 

Racing Format

Challengers List:

All cars that aren’t on the list, who want to challenge for the #10 spot will go into a challenger’s bracket. All Pairings each round will be determined by playing cards. Matching numbers race and red card gets the right lane. We will continue this until there is 1 car left. The winner of the challengers list will have the opportunity to race for the #10 spot on the list. 

Top 10 List Format:

There will be a mandatory 4 rounds of racing. Within the 4 rounds, each racer will have 2 opportunities to move up and 2 opportunities to defend. In round 1 & 3, the #1 spot will have a bye, in addition, the challengers list winner will have the opportunity to race for the #10 spot. Higher ranked racer has lane choice. 

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3 

Round 4

#1 Bye Run

1 vs 2

#1 Bye Run

1 vs 2

2 vs 3

3 vs 4

2 vs 3

3 vs 4

4 vs 5

5 vs 6

4 vs 5

5 vs 6

6 vs 7

7 vs 8

6 vs 7

7 vs 8

8 vs 9

9 vs 10

8 vs 9

9 vs 10

10 vs challenger list winner

 

10 vs challenger list winner or new