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#LXBN7 is Coming Home for 2014. Back In Columbus, OHIO Where It All Began!!!...

Official information for the 2014 7th Annual LX & Beyond Nationals will be available at LXandBeyondNats.com





PRESENTED BY OFFICIAL HOST SPONSOR
AUTOMAX CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP RAM

PRESENTING / TITLE SPONSORS
BILLET TECHNOLOGY - LXBN PRESENTING SPONSOR
PARAMOUNT PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS - MSHS TITLE SPONSOR
SHOPHEMI.COM - MSHS TITLE SPONSOR

WHERE
NATIONAL TRAIL RACEWAY
"THE WORLD'S FASTEST QUARTER-MILE!"
2650 National Road SW | Hebron, OH 43025 (outside Columbus) | (740) 928-5706

WHEN
SATURDAY, JULY 26, 2014

WHAT
"ALL MOPAR CAR SHOW WITH 50+ AWARDS AND CLASSES"
"MODERN STREET HEMI SHOOTOUT SERIES"
"LXBN TRUE STREET COMPETITION"

WHO
2005-newer Chrysler 300/300C, Dodge Challenger, Dodge Charger, Dodge Magnum
All SRT Vehicles (including): Chrysler Crossfire SRT6, Dodge Caliber SRT4, Dodge Neon SRT4,
Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8, Dodge Viper RT/SRT10, Dodge Ram SRT10, Plymouth Prowler

CLASS SPONSORS
BILLET TECHNOLOGY - KING OF THE HILL
EASTCOASTMOPARTS.COM - INDEX - DIAL IN .25 INCREMENTS
LXFORUMS.COM - UNLIMITED - HEADS UP
PWR - SUPER PRO - HEADS UP
THITEK - PRO - 9.50 INDEX
BILLET TECHNOLOGY - MODIFIED - 10.50 INDEX
LEGMAKER INTAKES - SUPER STOCK - 11.50 INDEX
SPEEDLOGIX/MODERN MOPAR MAGAZINE - STREET - 12.50 INDEX

PRIZE SPONSORS
HARD LUCK AWARD - NOVAWAGONMASTER aka JON DALTON
BEST REACTION TIME - HIGH HORSE PERFORMANCE
BEST JEEP REACTION TIME - NYJOED
BEST PACKAGE - EMRICO DATA SYSTEMS/DON EMRY
TWIN WIN - CARFINISH aka STELL SAVARINO
BEST IRS 60 FOOT - SPEEDRATED MOTORSPORTS/ROB LAMB
GUY DALTON BOUNTY - RENFRICK1
BEST ET NON-SHOP CAR - CAPTAIN EBAY/GEORGE M
6 SPEED INCENTIVE BONUS - PLUG CREATIVE/JOHN BURLESON
QUICKEST NITROUS ONLY CAR - NITROUS OUTLET
ROOKIE CLASS - LEGMAKER INTAKES
STREET CLASS GRAND PRIZE - BFNY PERFORMANCE

ASSOCIATE SPONSORS
MEGUIARS CAR CARE
DEMON PERFORMANCE
STAGE 6 MOTORSPORTS
AGP PERFORMANCE


HOST HOTEL
Newark Metropolitan Hotel
50 North 2nd Street | Newark, OH 43055 | (740) 322-6455
Phone-In or Online Reservations Available
Contact Person: Abbey Border: [email protected]
Group Rate: $109.00 S/D | Group Name: LXBN7​


Questions? Info! Questions?
Anthony: (PM) turbobuckeye | (email) [email protected]
6400 Emerald Parkway #4184 | Dublin, OH 43016-1288 | Phone: 614.633.8033
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2014 Racing Info - LX & Beyond Nationals - LXBN7 - MSHSseries

2014 SEASON RULES

General Rules and Procedures:

1. Qualifying: All Race Cars competing in the heads up classes must make a minimum of one qualifying run during race day in order to compete in the elimination rounds. If a racer fails to make a complete run down the track, but does break the start beam, they will qualify in the last position for the class. It will be the track and managing MSHS staff’s discretion as to the number of qualifying runs on race day.

2. Tree Type: ALL classes will qualify and compete on a .500 PRO TREE

3. Elimination Rounds: Pairing will be based on a Pro Ladder. Heads-up classes will be laddered beginning with round one of eliminations. Qualifying slot will be based on ET for all heads-up classes. Identical ET will be laddered based on MPH. All cars that qualify below the Indexed ET are placed at the bottom of the ladder; larger breakout at the bottom.

The INDEX Bracket class will begin eliminations based on how racers proceed to and line up in staging lanes. Once the INDEX class is down to 16 or less cars, the field of cars will be paired based on a PRO Ladder. Pairing will be based on reaction times during the previous round of eliminations.

4. Lane choice: Heads-up first round lane choice goes to the higher qualifier in the pairing. Round two and subsequent rounds, lane choice goes to the car with the quicker ET.
INDEX Bracket lane choice will be based on reaction times during the previous round of eliminations and should be discussed by the paired racers.

5. Staging: Courtesy staging will be in effect during all qualifying and elimination rounds.
If a driver inadvertently lights both Pre-Stage and Stage bulbs, they will be backed out and restaged.
Deep staging is discouraged and disqualifies a racer from any and all best reaction time awards.

6. Break Downs: If a racer’s car is NOT capable of moving forward in the competition rounds, they must notify MSHS or track staff timely so that there are no racing delays.
Should a vehicle break down on the track, move over immediately towards the outside of the lane to prevent track delays.

7. Safety Rules: NHRA safety rules are in affect at all events and it is up to the track personnel to handle all safety rule infractions and or complaints. Track rules must be adhered to by all racers.**

8. Cheating – Non-compliance to the MSHS rules will not be tolerated and will earn a disqualification from ALL competition. Disqualification does not entitle a racer to a refund of any entry fees.**

9. Break Out Any vehicle running quicker than the Index ET reference in a class is a break out loss.

10. Safe Racing - All racers should run their car at its full capabilities. Unsafe driving techniques such as hard braking at the top end to avoid a break out will be reviewed and can result in disqualification at the discretion of track officials and/or MSHS staff.

11.
Points – See Last Page


RACE CLASSES

UNLIMITED Class


Heads-Up Racing


Class Index:
None

Vehicles Allowed:

-Any 2003 and up LX/LC/LD Charger, Magnum, 300, Challenger, Jeep, Dodge/Ram Truck
-All Drag Pak/Clone vehicles 2008 and up must race unlimited
-Any year Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, Jeep, AMC powered by a GEN III Hemi Engine
- Any Other NON-Chrysler manufactured vehicle powered with a GEN III Hemi Engine

Engines Allowed: 2003+ GEN III HEMI, Modern V-10 Chrysler Engine

Transmissions: No Restriction


Weight limits: None


ALLOWED Equipment:
Any

NOT Allowed Equipment:
None

Allowed Modifications:
Any

Special Notes:

All vehicles which have a full rear body tubbing, have been Back-Halved or using tubular framing must run the UNLIMITED class.





SUPER PRO Class

Heads-Up Racing


Class Index: None


Vehicles Allowed:

- Any 2003+ LX/LC/LD-Charger, Magnum, 300, Challenger, SRT Jeep or Dodge/Ram Truck
- 2008+ Drag Pak and Drag Pak Clones

Engines Allowed: 2003+ GEN III HEMI


Transmissions:
See Allowed Equipment

Weight limits:

- Minimum 3,700 lbs. with driver
- Naturally Aspirated cars have NO weight limit

ALLOWED Equipment:
- Live axle, ONLY with a Factory/Modified OEM NAG1 transmission for LX/LC/LD
- TH400 or Aftermarket Transmission ONLY with an INDEPENDENT REAR SUSPENSION
- SRT Jeep allowed a TH400 or Aftermarket transmission with stock style live axle without ladders bars.

NOT Allowed Equipment:
NO Full Tub or Back-Halved vehicles, NO Power Adders for Drag Pak/Clones, No Slipper clutches for 6 Speed LX/LC/LD Vehicles, No delay boxes or throttle stops

Special Notes:

All vehicles which have a full rear body tubbing, have been Back-Halved or using tubular framing must run the UNLIMITED class.
All Cars must run factory engine controllers. Approved engine controllers are NGC 3, 4, and 4A models as well as GPEC 2. Drag Pak/Clones allowed in Super Pro class must be Normally Aspirated without the above mentioned controllers





PRO Class

HEADS-UP RACING

Class Index:
9.50 ( 9.50 to 10.4999 Second ET)

Vehicles Allowed:

- Any 2003+ LX/LC/LD-Charger, Magnum, 300, Challenger, SRT Jeep or Dodge/Ram Truck

Engines Allowed: 2003+ GEN III HEMI


Weight limits: None


NOT Allowed Equipment:
Aggressive Off-Road Tires, No delay boxes or throttle stops

Special Notes:




MODIFIED Class


HEADS-UP RACING


Class Index:
10.50 ( 10.50 to 11.4999 Second ET)

Vehicles Allowed:

- Any 2003+ LX/LC/LD-Charger, Magnum, 300, Challenger, SRT Jeep or Dodge/Ram Truck

Engines Allowed: 2003+ GEN III HEMI


Weight limits: None


NOT Allowed Equipment:
Aggressive Off-Road Tires, No delay boxes or throttle stops

Special Notes:




SUPER STOCK Class

HEADS-UP RACING


CLASS INDEX:
11.50 ( 11.50 to 12.4999 Second ET)

Vehicles Allowed:

- -Any 2003 and up LX/LC/LD-Charger, Magnum, 300, Challenger, Jeep or Dodge/Ram Truck/Durango

Engines Allowed: 2003+ GEN III HEMI


Weight limits: None


NOT Allowed Equipment:
Aggressive Off-Road Tires, No delay boxes or throttle stops

Special Notes:




STREET Class


HEADS-UP RACING


Class Index:
12.50 ( 12.50 & UP Second ET)

Vehicles Allowed:

- Any 2003 and up LX/LC/LD-Charger, Magnum, 300, Challenger, Jeep or Dodge/Ram Truck/Durango

Engines Allowed: 2003+ GEN III HEMI


Weight limits: None


NOT Allowed Equipment:
Aggressive Off-Road Tires, No delay boxes or throttle stops

Special Notes:





INDEX – Bracket

BRACKET STYLE RACING


Class: DIAL-IN Index
based on Quarter (1/4) Second Increments (.00, .250, .500, and .750)

Vehicles Allowed:

- 2003 and up LX/LC/LD Charger, Magnum, 300, Challenger and Dodge/Ram Truck/Durango
- Any year Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, Jeep, AMC powered by a GEN III Hemi Engine
- All Drag Pak Challenger and Drag Pak clones 2008 and up
- Any Other NON-Chrysler manufactured vehicle powered with a GEN III Hemi Engine

Engines Allowed:

- 2003+ GEN III HEMI, ALL TRUCKS and SUV’s MUST HAVE
- 2005+ V6 for LX/LC/LD vehicles only
- Modern V10 Chrysler Engine, Drag Pak/Clone or Truck

Weight limits: None


ALLOWED Equipment:
Any

NOT Allowed Equipment:
Aggressive Off-Road Tires, No delay boxes or throttle stops

Allowed Modifications:
Any

Special Notes:

A racer must choose an Index ET number prior to the elimination rounds. The index number chosen must be used for all rounds of elimination and cannot be changed during any rounds once eliminations begin. Anyone caught changing their Index ET will be immediately disqualified from the event for all classes.




POINTS
For any Racer to earn ANY points in the Modern Street Hemi Shootout they must be present at the track on race day or if separate on qualifying day, with their race vehicle.

One Race Driver/ One Race Vehicle –
A Driver may NOT qualify and/or drive more than one vehicle during qualifying and eliminations rounds. The driver that qualifies a race car must drive the car during eliminations rounds in all classes the vehicle is competing in. Any racer caught substituting drivers or driving more than one race car during rounds will be immediately disqualified from the whole track event, along with the race car.

Attendance point
- Each Racer MUST complete one qualifying run or break the starting beam(under its own power) during a qualifying run with his/hers competing car to earn attendance point for the respective heads up class.

Class Exemption -
A Racer is allowed a one-time Heads-Up class exemption for the season. If a racer normally runs a specific heads up class and his/her race vehicle is incapacitated, the racer will be allowed to run a substitute vehicle (which meets the Index Bracket Class rules) in his
Normal heads-up class. The substitute vehicle cannot be a vehicle capable of running in a quicker Heads-up index than his/her original vehicle. After the one time exemption, the racer must run any substitute vehicle in the class it qualifies for and is subject to Class Jumping rules.

Class Jumping –
If during the season a Racer moves up/down to a quicker/slower indexed Heads-up class, the racer will be allowed to carry with them any attendance points (ONLY) earned prior to the jump to a different heads-up class. Any and all points earned during eliminations in any other heads-up class will be forfeited for championship points calculation. The class participated in the last race of the season will determine the class for Championship Points calculation, unless a class exemption is used.

Points Awarding:

1 point for – Qualifying Attendance
1 point for – Round Win
1 point for – Class Win
1 point for – Making One Pass @ ChallengerFest 2014 (to be used in event of a tie)

**Issues may arise during race day that will need a decision/ruling made by track or MSHS staff. Decision/ruling made by managing staff will be final and will not be reversed. Harassment of any staff after a perceived negative ruling could lead to a permanent ban from the racing series.

Visit www.hemirace.com to stay up to date with series news and information.
 

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2014 Brings New Racing Class for True Street Racers

LXBN7 True Street Class: Rules and Prize Purse

We are pleased to announce that in 2014 in addition to the Modern Street Hemi Shootout Series we will be hosting one of the most popular drag racing classes in the country, an LXBN True Street Class. Whether you are a beginner or a veteran racer, with a bone stock or heavily modified car this is an event that nearly every LXBN participant can enjoy. You will be racing for consistency without going over ET.

This race class is for true street cars which are registered, licensed and insured street vehicles and able to drive over a 30-mile distance, then return to the race venue for a cool-down and make 3 quarter-mile passes down the drag strip. All model years and engines types and power adders permitted. MUST BE CHRYSLER BODY AND POWERED. This is a Mopar event so there will be NO EXCEPTIONS to this rule.

Class is designed for stock-chassis vehicles running true 10.5-inch wide tires. RACING SLICKS PROHIBITED

There will be trophies and awards for not only the “King of True Street” (quickest average), and runner up but also for the following: closest averaged ET that is not quicker than the following: 9.00, 10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00, and 15.00.

LXBN True Street Class Purse:

$250 – Quickest Average
$100 – 2nd Quickest Average
$100 – 9.00 Average
$100 – 10.00 Average
$100 – 11.00 Average
$100 – 12.00 Average
$100 – 13.00 Average
$100 – 14.00 Average
$100 – 15.00 Average

Cruise is mandatory in the time allotted for competition. Any vehicle unable to complete the road tour under its own power, within the allotted time, will be disqualified from racing.

After the vehicles return from the road tour, they will return directly to the designated staging lanes for a cool-down period. They may not change tires. The cool-down period will typically last between 15-45 minutes. During this cool down period only, entrants may adjust tire pressure (add or remove tire pressure), install fresh nitrous bottles, install ice in their intercooler, (only if located in trunk, rear hatch or rear seat area). A VERY STRICT CLOSED HOOD POLICY WILL BE IN EFFECT UNTIL A COMPETITOR HAS COMPLETED HIS OR HER THREE BACK TO BACK PASSES.

Engines must remain turned off during entire cool-down period. External cooling of engine by any means (cold water, outdoor fans, etc.) prohibited. Any engine changes, repairs, or adjustments (changing rocker arms, carburetor adjustments, etc.) prohibited. Changing of tires prohibited.

Tire pressure may be checked in the staging lanes, or between rounds, and may be lowered. Air may not be added to tires any time during the back-to-back passes after the first pass down the quarter-mile and fresh nitrous bottles, fuel, and ice may not be installed/replenished.

All vehicles are required to make three full passes in order to be included in the final average ET tally. All vehicles must run three passes in the same order as the first pass. After passes are completed, each racer’s ET’s will be added together and divided by 3.

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