Bracket Information

If you plan to compete at Street Drags, please read through this page before entering, and understand how brackets are built.

Your Bracket is determined by Tech Officials, prior to entering track (outside pit entrance where you purchase your pit pass). If you have any questions contact them. They are located in the staging area. Additional Brackets may be added. NOTE: You may be moved up a Bracket if we determine your vehicle does not meet the parameters of the current bracket you are participating in. Be honest with the Tech Officials about what you have in your vehicle, or what you have done to your vehicle. This makes it more fun for everyone. Relax and have fun!

Registration fee per bracket: $5 ($10 on designated “special events”)

AUTO VALUE AUTOCROSS – SUN. AUG 26 RULES & REGISTRATION


OPEN – Class that is open to any type of car. Any and all. “Run what ya Brung.” Typically this bracket is built with cars that are specifically built or modified to be drag racers.

CYCLES – Any Motorcycle may compete. Driver must have on protective gear – Helmet, long sleeves, pants, shoes, etc. Riders are not permitted.

ATV’s – 4-wheel All-Terrain Vehicles are put into this bracket. Again, like the cycles, driver must have on protective gear – Helmet, long sleeves, pants, shoes, etc. Riders are not permitted.

DETROIT IRON OEM – Muscle Cars from the days gone by. Typically muscle cars from the 1960’s through 1980’s produced by Chevrolet, Dodge / Chrysler, Ford. OEM Means that the car is “original equipment manufacturer” – or “stock” as if it was straight off the production line without modifications.

FAMILY SEDANS – Any OEM street car that does not fit into any of the other brackets. Non-performance vehicles. OEM Means that the car is “original equipment manufacturer” – or “stock” as if it was straight off the production line without modifications.

DOMESTIC PERFORMANCE OEM – An OEM Street Car, similar to Family Sedan but has performance enhancing products on it.

2WD TRUCKS OEM – Pickup trucks that are rear-wheel drive only, and strictly stock OEM. OEM Means that the car is “original equipment manufacturer” – or “stock” as if it was straight off the production line without modifications.

OPEN (handicapped) – Class that is open to any type of car. Any and all. “Run what ya Brung” Typically this bracket is built with cars that are specifically built or modified to be drag racers. This bracket is handicapped at the starting line to “level the playing field.”

TUNER PERFORMANCE – Any three, four, or six cylinder car with a short wheelbase is permitted. Aftermarket parts and performance enhancing products are allowed to be used.

VANS – Full size Vans, Mini-Vans or SUV’s may participate in this bracket. OEM only.

MUSTANG OEM – Strictly for any Ford Mustang in OEM Condition – “original equipment manufacturer” – or “stock” as if it was straight off the production line without modifications.

NOS or FORCED AIR – Any car or truck that uses Nitrous Oxide or has Forced air.

TUNER OEM – Any three, four, or six cylinder car with a short wheelbase is permitted. Car must be in OEM Condition – “original equipment manufacturer” – or “stock” as if it was straight off the production line without modifications.

DETROIT IRON – Muscle Cars from the days gone by. Typically muscle cars from the 1960’s through 1980’s produced by Chevrolet, Dodge / Chrysler, Ford. These are non-OEM, meaning performance enhancing products may be used on the car.

4WD GASOLINE – Cars or trucks that use gasoline (not diesel). This bracket may be split into “4WD Cars” and “4WD Trucks.” Vehicle must be set to Four Wheel Drive.

MUSTANG – Any Ford Mustang may compete.

4WD DIESEL – Any Pickup truck, SUV, etc that runs on Diesel fuel and has four-wheel drive. The vehicle must be “set” in 4-wheel drive to participate.

HIGH SKOOL (handicapped) – Open to any High School age student THAT HAS A VALID Driver’s License. Bracket may be split up (example: High Skool Cars & High Skool Trucks) into groups. Participants will be handicapped at the start line if necessary.

HANDICAPPED BRACKETS – Means the start of the race is handicapped. We do our best on trying to line up cars as fair as possible. Be aware that we are not always correct- help us- if you are part of the race. Do not enter this Bracket if this is an issue for you.

SHINE AND SHOW – You may do both…drag, and shine and show. We will do the shine and show around 8:15. Park your car in the shine and show area (on quarter mile wall) and turn your flashers on. Our judges will be around to check your ride out. No loud music. No obscene, profane or offensive slogans or markings on any part of the vehicle

BURNOUT CONTEST – You may also participate in the burnout contest. Space is limited to the first FIVE that sign up. Sign up at the door to the pit concession building inside the race track. The Burnout contest is not set on the night’s schedule. We will call the participants over the public address when it’s time to get staged. Burnout contest typically starts between 8:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. You will each take a turn one at a time and are timed for 45 seconds. Watch the flagman (will wave Green Flag to start and Red Flag to stop, and listen for airhorn, which signals to stop). Fan applause will determine winner.

BUY BACKS – Any one that loses in their bracket may buy back into the bracket for $5.00 (or $10 on designated “special event” dates). However, Buy Backs are single eliminations and must be purchased on back stretch as long as time permits. Official on backstretch may or may not accept a buy back.

NOTE – BREAKOUT BRACKETS – All brackets are subject to a “breakout bracket,” whereas the field may be split due to a large car count or if there are some that have performance differences.

NOTE – BRACKET CHANGES – All Brackets are subject to change at any time by official in charge to enable continuing a fun event for all involved.