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The 2016 SUPER HOBBY STOCK Series

The Super Hobby Stock Series is open to all drivers ages 14 and older, the rules are simple and the race procedures are straight forward. The entry fee for car and driver is $75 per race. All drivers must be STM Members.

The race distance is 35 laps for each of the eight main events. How to make the main event; Cars will qualify for starting positions, then there will be a card draw for the top ten starting spots. There will be a "B" main if the field exceeds 24 cars.

The rules for the Super Hobby Stocks; Note, there are three different car packages you can operate under, this allows a wide range of cars to be competitive in this fun series.


Package (A)

Package (A) - Cars operating under the package (A) will meet the following requirements;

Weight - 3,100 prior to qualifying and any race. 56% maximum left side weight.

Engines- (A) cars will run a factory stock 602 crate engine, (A) cars must run an MSD rev limiter and will be required to run a track provided 6,000 rev chip at all times.

Body - (A) cars must run a body that is made of either steel, or aluminum, (hoods may be fiberglass), roof must be factory steel, bodies are to be as stock appearing as possible. Bodies must have complete nose and tail coverings. No ABC Style Bodies, no late model bodies, no wedge style bodies. Non-conforming bodies will carry a 100 pound weight penalty that includes a maximum left side weight of 56%.

Suspension - (A) cars may run aftermarket upper A-Arms and bite bolts, but must run stock front suspension for make and model other than upper A-Arms. (A) cars may run a single piece adjustable sway bar. No three piece sway bars allowed. (A) cars must run a rear leaf spring suspension.

Frames - (A) cars must be factory stock frames, but you may build a fabricated rear clip/frame section on (A) cars. You make build frame connectors on cars without a factory center section frame, such as sub-frame cars. No late model chassis, no modified chassis.

Stock Sheet Metal - (A) cars must have stock floor pan and firewall from the driver's side to the drive shaft tunnel. Non-conforming firewall/floorboard (100 pound weight penalty), there is also a 56% maximum left side weight rule for any car carrying a weight penalty.


Package (B)

Package (B) - Cars operating under the package (B) will meet the following requirements;

Weight - 3,300 prior to qualifying and any race. 56% left side maximum left side weight.

Engines- (B) cars may run any normally aspirated engines, engine block and cylinder head must be cast iron. All engines must be wet sump, and may be any cubic inch. (B) car carburetors must be 4412 or equivalent 500 cfm. Must fit Go-No-Go Gauges for 4412.

Body - (B) cars must run a body that is made of either steel, or aluminum, (hoods may be fiberglass), roof must be factory steel, bodies are to be as stock appearing as possible. Bodies must have complete nose and tail coverings. No ABC Style Bodies, no late model bodies, no wedge bodies. Non-conforming bodies will carry a 100 pound weight penalty.

Suspension - (B) cars may run aftermarket upper A-Arms and bite bolts, but must run stock front suspension for make and model other than upper A-Arms. (B) cars may run a single piece adjustable sway bar. No three piece sway bars allowed. (B) cars must run a rear leaf spring suspension.

Frames - (B) cars must be factory stock frames, but you may build a fabricated rear clip/frame section on (B) cars. You make build frame connectors on cars without a factory center section frame, such as sub-frame cars. . No late model chassis, no modified chassis.

Stock Sheet Metal - (B) cars must have stock floor pan and firewall from the driver's side to the drive shaft tunnel. Non-conforming firewall/floorboard (100 pound weight penalty), there is also a 56% maximum left side weight rule for any car carrying a weight penalty.


Package (C)

Cars operating under package C must meet the following requirements;

Weight - 3,100 pounds prior to qualifying and any race. No left side weight rule for package "C"

Engines- (C) cars may run any normally aspirated engines, engine block and cylinder head must be cast iron. All engines must be wet sump, and may be any cubic inch. (C) cars may run any single carburetor, again, any size four barrel or two barrel.

Body - (C) cars must run a Stock Body, all body panels must be factory stock including hood, fenders, doors, quarter panels, trunk, rood, hood, etc…

Suspension - (C) cars may run aftermarket upper A-Arms and bite bolts, but must run stock front suspension for make and model other than upper A-Arms. (C) cars may run a single piece adjustable sway bar. No three piece sway bars allowed. (C) cars must run the factory rear suspension their cars came from the factory with.

Brakes - (C ) cars must run factory stock brake pedal assembly with no brake balance bar allowed.

Frames - (C) cars must be factory stock frames, NO Fabricated frames allowed whatsoever on (C ) cars. Frame connectors ok on sub-frame cars for roll cage and safety purposes.

Stock Sheet Metal - (C) cars must have a complete stock floor pan and stock front and rear firewall with no exceptions. Trunk area may have the stock sheet metal removed to make room for a fuel cell.


Common rules that apply to all three packages, package A, B, and C

Roll Cage - All cars must have a full roll cage built from a minimum 1 ¾ x .095 round tubing, and must have a complete set of driver side door bars and at least and "X" in the passenger side.

Wheels & Tires - Wheels must be 7" or less, and must be steel. Tires must be the Hoosier 7.0-15 790/7" wide tire. All tires must be purchased from the track. Tires MUST NOT be cut, soaked or modified in any manner at all.

TRANSMISSION - May only be STANDARD 3 OR 4 SPEED, OR AUTOMATIC 2 OR 3 SPEED. Must be O.E.M. Manual transmission must use O.E.M. or O.E.M. REPLACEMENT SINGLE DISC CLUTCH. Automatic transmission must use O.E.M. or O.E.M. REPLACEMENT TORQUE CONVERTER. NO RACING OR HIGH PERFORMANCE CLUTCHES OR TORQUE CONVERTERS ALLOWED. A. All gears must be in stock working order. Transmission must be able to go into gear with engine running and car sitting still. B. All standard transmissions must have a S.E.M.A./NASCAR approved STEEL bell housing. Automatics must have a S.E.M.A. approved ring gear shield or a tech inspector approved 1/8" steel plate inside the car on the transmission tunnel part of the floorboard.

REARENDS - No quick change rear ends allowed.

TRACK WIDTH & Wheel Base - All competing cars will not exceed 79" inch track width, it will be measured from the bulge outside to outside of the front tires at the spindle height. Minimum wheel base is 108" for package "A" and "B". Package "C" must run the stock wheel base the car came with.

EXHAUST SYSTEM - Stock O.E.M. cast iron exhaust manifolds, Center dumps are allowed, or Single flange tube type headers allowed. No wrap around, step, or 180 headers allowed. Any muffler may be used provided maximum sound level 95 db at 100'. Maximum 2.5" pipe, dual exhaust OK. No flex pipe. Exhaust must extend behind the driver's seat, with no exhaust of any kind inside the car. Any size outlet OK. Exhaust must be securely attached to the bottom of the car. Loss of any part of exhaust system on or off track will be cause for Black Flag.

Non-conforming exhaust system (75 pound weight penalty) there is also a 56% maximum left side weight rule for any car carrying a weight penalty.

Rear Spoiler - Rear spoiler may be no taller than 5" and may be no wider than 60" wide. There may be NO forward, or rearward supports of any kind, no Gurney Lip, NO wicker bill, etc.

SHOCKS - Any steel shock, all parts must be steel. Aluminum rod end on shaft end ok.

BRAKES - Only single piston OEM style brake calipers allowed.

Note, any car carrying any weight penalty will be limited to 56% left side weight.

LoanMart Madera Speedway Race Procedures

" Start and Restarts: All Starts and restarts will be double file unless we deem it necessary to go single file. The Leader may choose the outside or inside line after the initial start of the race. Start line is at the cone located in turn 4. Once the lights are out, you must line up double file with the Leader a fender ahead of the second place car. Keep a reasonable pace to the Start Cone. Roll into the throttle at the vicinity of the cone and watch the Flagman for the Green Flag. No brake checking. No Passing/Pulling out of line prior to reaching the Start/Finish line. The front row will be given 2 attempts to start or restart the race. If they fail to, they will be penalized to the second row. The criteria for the start that the flagman is looking for is as follows; 1- The leader has set a reasonable pace. 2- The leader has a slight lead. 3- The leader initiates the start in the vicinity of the start cone/line.

" Caution Flag Procedures: When the Caution Flag is displayed, you are to slow down in a safe manner and proceed with caution back to the start /finish line single file. No Racing or Passing. Violators are subject to penalty. Your restart position will be the position you were in the previous completed lap unless you are deemed to be involved in the incident that brought out or led to the yellow flag being displayed. If you are involved in causing a caution flag you will be sent to the rear of the field. If you stop on track or fail to keep pace during the caution flag, and were not involved with an incident, you will be placed in the position where you blend back in to the field. Caution Flag laps may be counted if we deem necessary.

" Rough Driving: Rough driving will not be tolerated as well as any retaliation. If you are deemed to be the cause of an incident or involved, you will be placed to the very rear of the Field unless the other competitor involved was deemed to be Blocking. Depending on the incident, you may be parked, issued a fine, and penalized.

" Hot Pits: If you enter the Pits for any reason you will restart at the rear of the Field, just in front of any Lucky Dog cars.

" Lap Down Cars: All lap down cars will be moved to the rear on all restarts. There will be a Lucky Dog on every yellow flag giving one driver the least amount of laps down, one lap back and putting them to the very rear of the field unless the eligible car was involved in the yellow flag incident.

" Blue Flag; Blue flag means move over the leadings our coming. Follow the Flagman's direction and move to the high side if possible. Make sure you hold your line. Use hand signals to notify them of your intentions

" Black Flag: Black flag pointed at you is a warning in regards to your actions on the track. If it is displayed, you must go to the pits within 3 laps

" Red Flag: Red flag means stop in a safe manner and follow Track Officials directions. Cars in the Hot Pits may be worked on.


Safety will be firmly enforced, make sure your equipment is up to speed. Charged Fire System Mandatory. Head and Neck Restraint System mandatory. Belts, window net, and Helmets must be SA 2005 or newer. All Drivers must wear SFI rated suit, gloves, and shoes. SFI undergarments are recommended.

All cars must run a transponder mounted 12" behind the rear axle.