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Baton Rouge Raceway 2014 - MINI MODIFIEDS

The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events.  These rules shall govern the condition of all events, and by participating in these events, all participants are deemed to have complied with these rules.  NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM PUBLICATIONS OF OR COMPLIANCE WITH THESE RULES AND/OR REGULATIONS.  They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant, spectator, or official. 

The race director shall be empowered to permit reasonable and appropriate deviation from any of the specifications herein or impose any further restrictions that in his opinion do not alter the minimum acceptable requirements.  NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM SUCH ALTERATION OF SPECIFICATIONS. 
Any interpretation or deviation of these rules is left to the discretion of the officials.  Their decision is final.

The Management of: Baton Rouge Raceway


Any two or four door domestic or foreign car or truck with a 90″ – 105″ wheel base. NO TUBE CHASSIS OR JIG CHASSIS ALLOWED. Must have stock fire wall AND FLOOR PLAN TO JUST BEHIND THE DRIVERS SEAT.. Damaged sections of the chassis may be replaced with tubing or sheet metal in stock location.  You may tie sub-frames together.  Chassis can be cut in front of front shock towers and behind rear shock towers and finished out with tubing. Aftermarket and sheet metal bodies allowed.  LATE MODEL TYPE BODIES OK. May use aftermarket nose and tail pieces.  Spoiler must be no more than 8” max and no wider than the trunk. DRIVERS SIDE WINDOW NET IS REQUIRED.

Roll cage:

Full four point roll cage is required.


Caster and camber plates allowed. Screw jacks allowed. All suspension components, springs, shocks, sway bars etc… Must be mounted in stock location. Any racing shocks and struts are allowed as long as they can be mounted in the FACTORY POSITIONS. Factory position refers to the angle in which the shock is mounted. In order to be able to run different shocks, the length of the shock mount can be moved up or down as long as it is not moved forward or backward, to the left or the right. If your car did not come from the factory with coil over shocks you cannot run them. Only one shock per wheel will be allowed. No j bar or three link or 4 link allowed.


Minimum weight 2200lb. Car must weigh one pound per cc. Engine displacement must be clearly posted on the hood. ( Anyone caught running a different engine displacement other than claimed will lose ALL points earned for the season up to that point. ) All weight must be attached with at least 1/2″ bolt and be painted white with the proper car number on it. You are allowed 1lb per lap for burn off in SPECIAL 25-30 LAP FEATURES ONLY (not weekly feature races).

Tires and wheels:

10″ wheel max. Must be steel. Bead locks allowed. Any tire brand is allowed.  All tires must punch 44 or harder after the race. 10″ is the maximum tire width.


YOU MUST MAINTAIN A STOCK STROKE. Any four cylinder engine in stock location. No after-market or racing blocks. No turbo or supercharger allowed. No dry sump. Any flat top piston allowed. Toyota 3tc may have a dome. Any steel rod allowed. Stock OEM production crank shaft allowed. Billet crankshaft allowed. Any machining of the crank is allowed such as lightening or knife edging or rod and main journals as long as you maintain a stock stroke. No roller cams allowed.    No dual overhead cams.  Any distributor with any ignition box or stock ignition allowed. Headers allowed. No rotary engines allowed.

Engines over 2200 cc will be allowed but you will have to add 1lb of weight for every cc over 2200.

Drive line:

Only a stock production transmission will be allowed. No aftermarket or racing transmission allowed. Any working racing clutch, such as a gold star allowed. Couplers are not allowed. Transmission bell housing must have a ¾” or larger inspection hole in it to allow clutch inspection. Any gear configuration allowed. Stock rear end or ford 9″ allowed. Changes in ring and pinion allowed. No quick change differentials. Locking of differential or racing spool allowed. Traction control is not allowed.


Any steel head allowed. OEM production aluminum heads on Toyota allowed. No dual camshafts. Milling, porting and polishing allowed. Any cam (no roller cams) allowed. Any size valves allowed.

No dual plug heads allowed.

No aluminum heads except imports (and must be stock).

Fuel system:

Any 500cfm carburetor allowed 500cfm Max, 4412. Check with go no go gauge. Choke horn may be removed. Carburetor must have boosters with no modifications to boosters or venturi.


Fuel cell required. GAS FUEL ONLY..  Electric fuel pump must have a safety shut-off, where driver and track personnel can reach it.


All drivers must wear a fire suite. Window net, gloves and racing shoes are recommended. All cars must have a fire extinguisher within reach of the driver. It is recommended to have two driveshaft loops. Mirrors and two way communications are not allowed.

Final Inspection:

The management reserves the right to pull heads and check bore and stroke on any engine. All decisions will be final. If the car is found legal, management will pay for gaskets, if car is found illegal, car owner is responsible for gaskets.

protest is $250, $50 to track, $200 to winner of protest.  




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