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We want it safe and legal...

2023 Rules are posted below. New changes to 2023 are noted in RED.



  • 2023 LONE STAR 600 RULES

  • START: Self-start with forward and reverse

  • WHEEL BASE: Maximum wheel base 116 inches/minimum wheel base 96 inches

  • MAXIMUM CAR WIDTH: Maximum width of car 92 inches

  • STEERING: No center steering type cars

  • CAR WEIGHT: Minimum 2800 pounds with driver. Maximum 3600 pounds without driver or passenger.

  • TIRES & WHEELS: 4 tires and wheels only, must have 20 psi in the tires to start. Top of tire measured from the ground must not exceed 32 inches. Wheels up to and including 8 inches in width may run any tire. 10 Inch wide wheels must be steel and tire must be an ungrooved asphalt slick only. Wheels cannot be solid black and no other wheel and tire combo will be allowed. Wheel covers allowed but must be bolted on by at least 6 bolts on a beadlock ring.

  • CAR BODY: Cars must have hood, doors, rear quarters and a trunk or covered rear deck. Wings, spoilers, sideboards or any other body panels cannot be adjustable from inside cockpit of car and or by remote control. No part of body can be made out of material more than 1/16 gauge thick. No nerf bars outside the tires. Seats must have steel protection underneath. No lights on cars. No clear lexan or acrylic plastic allowed anywhere on cars. Spoilers and sideboards can not be more than 12 inches tall. Any car utilizing a sprint car style wing of any type above halo must run one 4412 - 500 CFM 2 barrel carburetor unless engine is utilizing electronic fuel injection.

  • BUMPERS: All cars must have bumpers that are completely welded on and or chained. Bumper loop or chain mandatory for towing purposes. BRP is not responsible for any damages from towing or pushing. No solid black bumpers. No sharp/pointed edges on bumpers or any other part of car!

  • FUEL CELL: Fuel Cell maximum of 32 gallons, securely mounted and protected. Fuel filter cannot hold more than a quart and fuel line cannot exceed more than 1/2” diameter and a maximum of 16 foot long.

  • CAGE: All cars will have a minimum of a 4 point cage with a minimum of 3 driver door bars with vertical supports securely welded, 1 1⁄2 - 0.95 minimum. All bars that can be touched by driver while driver is in the seat must have roll bar padding. Steel driver door plate and window net required. Ballast must be mounted with 1⁄2 bolts painted white with car #.

  • DRIVE SHAFT: Drive shaft must be painted white and must have safety loop or chain.

  • BRAKES: Cars must have working brakes.

  • SAFETY REQUIREMENTS: Car must have minimum of 3 windshield bars. Racing seat and 5 point seat belt harness must be

  • securely mounted to cage. Full face helmet, fire suit, gloves and neck brace required. Small fire extinguisher required, securely mounted in all cars. All fuel injected cars must have electric master disconnect mounted on rear deck behind driver. Batteries must be securely mounted and terminals must be covered.

  • AT THE APPROXIMATE HALFWAY POINT OF THE RACE ON FRIDAY & SATURDAY: Cars will be stopped on track and allowed to add up to 10 gallons of fuel max, no changing of tires or adding water to cooling system and cars may not be jacked up for any reason while on the track.

  • No 2 way communication CLARIFICATION- driver and/or passengers are not allowed to communicate to anyone outside of car, they are allowed to receive information but are not allowed to have return communication abilities. Communication is allowed between scorers and pit crews via radios or cell phones. Raceivers for driver required. No scanners allowed. No rear view mirrors.

  • DOOR NUMBER: Cars must have contrasting large, easily readable numbers on doors and roof.

  • No 4 wheel or all wheel drive allowed.

  • Passengers allowed, passenger must meet all safety requirements as driver. Car must have 3 passenger door bars, steel

  • plate under seat, steel door plate, passenger window net and roll bar padding same as driver.

  • MUFFLERS: Any car running headers must run mufflers. Cars with manifolds mufflers are not required.

  • ENGINE: If a car wins either Friday or Saturday night and is also the highest average finisher for both nights which will

  • equate to a $15,000 payday, car will have engine removed from car and engine will be auctioned off. In the event of a tie for average finisher from both days, tie breaker will be the best placed finishing car from either day. Engines being pulled will be complete long blocks to include intake, valve covers, and oil pan: No other accessories are included! If a car wins both nights which equates to a $25,000 payday, driver seat will be removed and entire car will be auctioned off. Monies from auction will be split evenly and paid to 1st, 15th, 25th and 40th placed average finishers of same car competing on both days.

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Rules - Brad Dixon 713-894-3748
Registration - Jack Barfield 713-854-2626

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