- Published on Tuesday, 10 July 2012 09:50
To Do List
Christmas Tree up…… Done
Timing sensors installed…...Done
Order ET paper…Done
Hire summer employees…..Done
Hang Sponsor Signs…..Done
Hang the American Flags around the track…..Done
Build concession stand ……Done
Purchase Sunoco race fuel…..Done
Mark off the swap meet vendor area…..Done
We’re ready….are you ready for the 31st annual spring warm-up? If not, what are you waiting for? Christmas has already come and gone. Now it’s time to go ‘drag
racin’ and time to turn some of your old ‘stuff’ into CASH!
Swap Meet – Out with the old, in with the new!
LARGE SWAP MEET PROMOTED BY
HARRY "THE HAT" LAPLATTE!
Did you get a lot of new parts for Christmas, but you don’t have a spot on your
shelf to store your new possessions because you have too many old things you never use any more? Have you worked on your street rod all winter and now you’ve come to a stand still because you need a specialized part and have not found it yet? If you answered yes to one or both of these questions, Summit Motorsports Park can help! We’re having our annual Spring Warm-up Swap Meet.
This is an open swap meet, where one can sell just about anything, new or used. The price to set up is just $35 and it includes two adult admissions and a 20’ x 20’ space. Everything must fit within this space.
You have eleven hours to test and tune your car so you’re ready for the start of the 2012 racing season! This track day is open to EVERYONE and there’s no pressure to win! And it doesn’t matter if you have a stock street legal mustang or an alcohol mustang funny car. This is a fun day to shake off the rust and brush up on your drag racing skills!
Division 3 inspector, Pete Woodruff, will be onsite Saturday, April 21st during the Spring Warm-up to certify your race chassis. Appointments are limited and you will need to contact the office at 419-668-5555 and ask for Nettie at extension 226.
To help expedite the process, we ask that the chassis be ready for inspection. This means the body needs to be off or tipped out of the way of the chassis on Altereds, roadsters, Funny cars or Dragsters. Full-bodied cars need to get high enough in the air so Pete can inspect the tubing in the floor area. If this is done ahead of time, the whole process should take about twenty minutes.
The Sportsman (blue & silver) chassis tag is valid for three years and the fee is $150. This tag applies to cars (other than Pro Stock) that run 6.00 (3.66) seconds to 9.99 (6.40). SFI Spec 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 10.4, 25.1E, 25.2, 25.3, 25.4, 25.5, or our NHRA Rulebook requirement for Competition Eliminator, Super Stock, Super Comp, Super Gas, Super Street (135 + MPH), Advanced ET, TD, TS and ET cars running quicker than 9.99 (6.40).
The chassis inspections will take place on the Summit Side of the race track, off SR 18, underneath the Summit Side grandstands. Beginning at 9am.
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