The Late Model Division will follow the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock Car rules with the following exceptions:
Engine Options, Weight and Carburetors …
Cars running a built engine must weigh 3,100 pounds total and 1,375 right side and run a 500 cfm carburetor. Ultra 500 add 25 pounds to the right side (1,400). Option to run the 350 cfm carburetor at 3,000 pounds and 1,325 right side.
Cars running GM Crate Engine Part #88958604 must weigh 3,050 pounds & 1,375 right side and run either a 650 cfm or a 390 cfm carburetor.
Cars running GM Crate Engine Part #24502609-ZZ4 of Part #88958603 must weigh 3,000 pounds and 1,325 pounds right side and run either a 650 cfm or a 390 cfm carburetor.
Cars running Ford Crate D347SR must weigh 3,100 pounds and 1,390 pounds right side and run either a 650 cfm or a 390 cfm carburetor.
SUSPENSION – Coilbinding and Bumpstops will be allowed.
SHOCKS – NWAAS Rules. 50 pounds off for Spec Shocks like Kingsport LMSC runs or Limiteds at Motor Mile Speedway. (Split 25 pounds each side of the car.)
BURN-OFF – No burn-off will be allowed. You must meet the weight requirements every time your car hits the scales. Weight will be checked prior to qualifying and post race. You can add up to 10 gallons of fuel post race only.
TIRES — Hoosier F-45 Scuffs. Must be purchased from the track.
OTHER CARS — FCS will allow cars to compete from other tracks with weight additions and/or restrictor plates added in lieu of competition at the Tech Directors discretion. Please contact Langley Austin 276.613.4208 to be prepared before arriving.