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Next Race: SATURDAY, August 2, 2014!

2014 Late Model Stock Rules

 

 

Late Model Stock Division


 

All equipment is subject to the approval of track officials. No equipment will be considered as having been approved by reason of having passed through inspection unobserved. Track officials may assess weight penalties for cars and/or parts deemed as not in compliance with these rules. Any equipment which does not conform to specifications or tolerances contained in the NASCAR rule book, will NOT be eligible for approval during 2014.

 

Fuel:

-Must purchase ten (10) gallons of racing fuel from Greenville-Pickens Speedway per week.


Tires:

-Track Tire will be HOOSIER F-45.

-Tires must be purchased at Greenville-Pickens Speedway 

-May only use air from tech shed or track air tanks.

 

** Opening Night **

-Must Purchase (4) new tires, may purchase (4) tires each week.

-Any tires to be used later at GPS must be turned in immediately following the end of the race.

-We recommend putting a set of used tires "in the bank" at the tire shed...just in case you cut one down and need a "scuff".

-If you want to use all (4) tires the next time you race, ALL tires must be turned in following the race.

-A selection of tires with approximately 40 laps will be available for purchase.

-Greenville-Pickens Speedway is not responsible for theft, fire, or damage to wheels or tires.

 

Late Model Braking System:
Refer to 2014 NASCAR Late Model Stock Rule Book.   No 4 piston braking system.

 

 

Optional GM Crate Engine Rule:

 

A. GM part number 88958604 and part number 19318604 have been approved for use in competition. The GM crate engine may be used in Ford or Dodge bodied cars.

 

B. The crate engine may be unsealed.The #19318604 engine must be used as delivered from the factory. The 88958604 engine may use the retro behive valve spring kit or the original valve springs and components. If the retro kit is installed on an older engine the spring installed height and pressures must match the design parameters set by GM. All other engine parts must be as they came from the factory.

C. The GM 604 crate is allowed to run a 650 cfm Holley carburetor #0-80541-1.

The carburetor must have no modifications which increase air flow. The boosters must be retained in the manner spelled out in the Nascar LMS rule book. No spacer is allowed.

D. Minimum weight for 604 crate engine is 3000 pounds. Right side weight is 1350 pounds.

 

GM Crate Engine Purchase Rule:
Any competitor finishing within 2 positions behind a protested race car can pay $6,500 in cash or certified check for the crate engine in protested car. The claim does not include the carburetor, water pump and pulleys, lower pulley, alternator and brackets, power steering pump and brackets, distributor, clutch assembly, motor mounts, or headers. If person being protested refuses to sell engine, that driver will be disqualified, receive a 2 week suspension and a $500.00 fine.

 


Optional Ford crate engine rule:

 

A. Ford D347SR has been approved for competition. The Ford crate engine may be used in GM or Dodge bodied cars.

 

B. The Ford crate engine must meet all specifications in the Ford D347SR engine technical manual printed before 3/27/2013.

 

C. The Ford crate is allowed to run a 650 cfm Holley carburetor #0-80541-1.

The carburetor must have no modifications which increase air flow. The boosters must be retained in the manner spelled out in the Nascar LMS rule book. No spacer is allowed.

 

D. Minimum weight for Ford crate engine is 3000 pounds. Right side weight is 1350 pounds.

 

FORD Crate Engine Purchase Rule:

Any competitor finishing within 2 positions behind a protested race car can pay $7,500 in cash or certified check for the FORD crate engine in protested car. The claim does not include the carburetor, water pump and pulleys, lower pulley, alternator and brackets, power steering pump and brackets, distributor, clutch assembly, motor mounts or headers. If person being protested refuses to sell engine, that driver will be disqualified, receive a 2 week suspension and a $500.00 fine.

 

 

Custom/Built engine rule:

 

A built engine of any manufacture may be run in any car and must match all of the specs as found in the NASCAR LMSC rule book. All built engines will be required to run a 500 cfm carb as per the 2013 LMSC rules. Cars equipped with built engines will race at the following weights:

GM - Total weight; 3100 pounds, right side weight; 1375

Ford – Total weight; 3100 pounds, right side weight; 1375

Dodge – Total weight; 3100 pounds, right side weight; 1375

 

 

ELIGIBLE TRUCK BODIES for this DIVSION:

 

Chevy 1500

GMC 1500

Dodge Ram 1500

Ford F-150

 

 

 

ANYTHING NOT COVERED HERE REFER TO 2014 NASCAR LMSC RULE BOOK.
For more information call: Greenville-Pickens Speedway .

 

 

 

 

 

 

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