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3rd Annual
Street Stock Nationals
Hosted by the Wheatbelt Stock Car Racing Association, Rosetown, SK
$3000.00 payout on the feature finishes
Based on forty entries, payout may increase with sponsorship
100% of pit entrance fees will be paid out

A Feature    B feature   
1st place   $800.00   1st place $200.00
2nd           $600.00   2nd  $100.00
3rd           $500.00   3rd  $100.00
4th           $400.00
5th           $300.00

Four chances to qualify for the Twin 50's Feature races
Come and race against some of the best street stock drivers in Saskatchewan, as well as drivers from Cascar, IMCA, the North West Modified Association, and the WRL
Saturday and Sunday October 11th and 12th, 2003
Racing starts at 2:00 PM Saturday and 1:00 PM Sunday, Monday is a rain date
Car entry fee $50.00  Gate admission $5.00/day
No refunds after Oct.10th 2003

Cars will be inspected for
-General safety
-DOT stamped, non-racing brand tires maximum size 275/60 on maximum 8" wide wheels.
-Stock type frame and suspension for car being used (no jacking bolts), with all control arm mounts, leaf spring mounts, trailing arm mounts and shocks in stock location. 9" ford differentials allowed in all makes.
-Stock, unmodified, production, cast iron blocks, heads, intake, and exhaust manifolds. No vortec heads. No marine or high rise intakes, stock or otherwise
- All cars must meet the Provincial Racing League street stock rules. Rules can be viewed on the PRL website at www.angelfire.com/80s/prl/

For more information contact Devon Brown @ 306-377-4810
                                                                                 306-831-8074
                                                                                 
boas51@hotmail.com
Revised Oct. 23, 02


General Information

The first four qualifying heats are lined up as paid entries are received. The sooner your paid entry form is received the better your first qualifying heat starting position (e.g. the second paid entry received starts on the pole of the second heat, the tenth entry received starts inside second row of the second heat). All cars must be inspected before, and all drivers must be at the flag meeting at 1:00 p.m. Saturday October 12th 2002. There will be a maximum of 16 cars in each feature.
Heats #1 to #4 are ten lap hotlap heats to give the drivers a chance to test the track. The only significance is that the finish of these heats is the lineup for heats #5 to #8.The top two finishers of each of the twenty lap heats # 5 to #8 will qualify for the A feature event. Heats #9 and #10 will be lined up with the cars that finished third making up the front row of both heats, the fourth place cars will make up the second row, etc. The top two cars from each of these two heats will qualify for the A feature race. There will then be a fast qualifiers twenty lap trophy dash for the first eight qualifying cars, lined up as they qualified from the heats.

The second day will start with the unqualified cars divided into two twenty lap last chance qualifying heats. The winners will line up 13th and 14th and the second place cars 15th and 16th in the A feature race.
A 20 lap line up heat will then be run with the four cars that finished first in heats #5 to #8 lining up 1st to 4th. The second place cars will line up 4th to 8th. The first place cars from heats #9 and #10 line up 9th and 10th and the 2nd place cars line up 11th and 12th. The order they finish this heat is the order they line up at the front of the A feature race.

The top 16 unqualified cars will run a 50-lap B feature which will payout the top three.
The A feature will also be a 50 lap race that will payout the top five.
The track is a third mile, medium banked, clay oval. A 6.20 - 6.50 final ratio will give approx. 6000 rpm.
There will be no post race inspections done. Once a car has passed entry inspection it is a legal entry, and no forms of protests, other than safety, may be presented by another driver. Race officials have the right to inspect any car, in any manner, at any time.

For more information contact Devon Brown at 306-377-4810

                               306-831-8074
                                           boas51@hotmail.com

Street Stock Nationals 2003 entry form
Entrant may change or add Information at a later date if needed


Car # ___________________________

Home track______________________  Home Town______________________

Driver __________________________ contact ph.#_______________________

Owner _________________________ e-mail/fax____________________________

Car year/make/model_______________________________________________

Chassis builder____________________________________________________

Engine builder ____________________________________________________

Crew chief _______________________________________________________

Pit crew _________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________


Sponsors ________________________________________________________

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________________________________________________________________

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For information contact Devon Brown @ (306) 377-4810 or (306) 831-8074
Send the completed form with a $50.00 cheque made payable to
The Wheatbelt Stockcar Racing Assoc.
To: Brown Oval Auto Sports
Box 1851
Rosetown, SK.
S0L 2V0


Event Schedule
Saturday October 12th


11:00 - 1:00 PM technical inspections
1:00 PM drivers meeting
1:30 PM pack track
(cars from heat #3 and heat #4 to pack track)
2:00 PM race schedule
Qualifying heat #1- 15 laps, one quarter of total entries
Qualifying heat #2- 15 laps, one quarter of total entries
Qualifying heat #3- 15 laps, one quarter of total entries
Qualifying heat #4- 15 laps, one quarter of total entries

Modified heat #1- 10 laps

Qualifying heat #5- 20 laps, one quarter of cars, lined up as heat #1 finished, 2 cars advance
Qualifying heat #6- 20 laps, one quarter of cars, lined up as heat #2 finished, 2 cars advance
Qualifying heat #7- 20 laps, one quarter of cars, lined up as heat #3 finished, 2 cars advance
Qualifying heat #8- 20 laps, one quarter of cars, lined up as heat #4 finished, 2 cars advance

Modified heat #2- 10 laps


Intermission- 15 minutes

Qualifying heat #9- 20 laps, one half of unqualified cars (from heats #5 and #6) 2 cars advance
Qualifying heat #10- 20 laps, one half of unqualified cars (from heats #7 and #8) 2 cars advance
Fast qualifier trophy dash- 15 laps, first and second place finishers from heats #4 to #8

Modified heat #3- 10 laps


Sunday October 13th


Noon drivers meeting
12:30 PM pack track
1:00 PM race schedule
Qualifying heat #11- 20 laps, one half of unqualified cars, 2-4 cars advance
Qualifying heat #12- 20 laps, one half of unqualified cars, 2-4 cars advance
Line up qualifying heat- 20 laps, the twelve cars that qualified the first day

Modified heat #4- 10 laps


B feature- 50 laps, unqualified cars (payout 1st to 3rd - $300, $200, $100)
Trophy presentation to top three at the conclusion, on the front straight

Intermission- 15 minutes

A Feature- 50 laps, 16-20 qualified cars (payout 1st to 5th - $800, $600, $500, $400, $300)
Trophy presentation to the top five at the conclusion, on the front straight                                                                                                               
All pay out is based on forty cars entered. If less than 40 cars pay out will be 100% of pit gate, and any money sponsored.

Modified Feature- 20 laps

Mechanics race #1- 15 laps (cars from B feature, lined up as they arrive in staging area)

Mechanics race #2- 15 laps (cars from A feature, lined up as they arrive in staging area)

Ladies race- 15 laps




General Rules and Regulations


No intoxicating or controlled substances are to be consumed before or during a race event by any person entering the pit area.


Any person remaining in the pit area during any of the race program must sign a waiver form.

By entering this event you have agreed that no person, including yourself, shall have claims against the Wheatbelt Stock Car Racing Assoc., there officials, or any person acting on their behalf by reason of disqualification, damage, loss, and/or injury to participants.

No person, other than track officials and safety personnel, are allowed within 50 meters of the race surface at any time during the race program, unless permission is granted by a race official. All drivers must remain in their cars, with all safety equipment on, until track officials arrive at the scene of an accident.

Pit speed limit is 20 km/h, this applies to the entire facility after the final race of the event has concluded.

All drivers are responsible for being prepared to compete in the event for which they are scheduled. Any driver not in line up, with all safety equipment on, by the white flag of the previous race will be placed at the rear of the field, or left out of that event at race officials discretion.

Any driver missing the initial start of any race will not be allowed to enter that race.


Abuse, assault, threat to do bodily injury or use of coarse language directed toward any race official will be an immediate suspension for that person, and a possible disqualification for the car that person represents.

Any violation of these rules can result in a black flag, suspension, or disqualification.


The Flags

Green Flag
Indicates the race is in progress. All cars on the track may race, passing may not occur until the flag stand on a double file start. Passing may take place at any time after a restart. Any car returning to the racetrack after pitting must return during a caution period and line up at the rear of the field at the race officials signal.
Yellow Flag
Signifies caution. All cars must slow at a safe rate and hold their position, any cars passing during this period will be sent to the rear of the field. The cars will be aligned for the restart in the order they pass the flag stand to finish the current lap, except the car/cars causing the caution will be lined up at the rear of the on track field at the race officials discretion.  Any car entering the pit area will line up at the rear of the field when returning to the track. Cars may only return to the track in the designated area when safe to do so. No laps will be counted under caution periods. Restarts will be lined up single file, with all lapped cars lined up in a row to the outside of the lead lap cars. In the event that one lap has not been completed, the cars will be lined up in their original order with the car or cars causing the caution lined up at the rear of the field at the race officials discretion.
Red Flag
Means that the race must be stopped. The track has become unsafe to continue. When safe all cars are to stop on the front straight until signalled to continue.
Blue Flag
Yield the right of way to an overtaking car.  Any car receiving this flag is to immediately allow room for the car they are impeding to pass safely. Any car not obeying the blue flag will be black-flagged at the discretion of the race officials. This flag will not necessarily apply to lapped cars, but to any car unreasonably impeding the progress of another car.
Black Flag
A rolled black flag issued to a car is a warning for over aggressive driving.
A flying black flag issued to a car is a penalty or disqualification at the discretion of the race officials. In the event that the incident causes a caution flag the offending driver will be instructed what to do, and all cars will return to the positions held before the incident. If the race continues under green flag conditions, the offending car will slow cautiously and resume racing at the rear of the field. If the offending car does not move to the rear of the field it will be penalised one lap but may continue to race. The offending driver will be shown the black flag only once. Any car may, or may not, be disqualified from the race event for any number of black flag offences, at the discretion of the race officials.
Black Flag with yellow dot
Mechanical flag. The car the flag is issued to has a mechanical problem and must go to the pit area immediately. Any car not obeying the mechanical flag will be black flagged.
White Flag
Indicates the lap in progress is the last lap under the current conditions. When used at the start of a race, or during a caution, it means the next lap will be green flag. When used under green flag conditions it signals the last lap of the race.
Checkered Flag
Indicates that the lap being completed is the last lap of the race.
Halfway signal
The rolled green flag and rolled white flag displayed crossed indicates half way.

These flags will be used at the discretion of the race official/officials (if any) that have witnessed the event, or incident. Every incident may not warrant, or receive, an official decision.