Long Pants. Required.
Seat Belts. Required.
SFI Rated Jacket. Recommended in all classes. See
IHRA Rule book for complete requirements based on ET. Motorcycle riders must wear leather jacket
and gloves. All Motorcycle Riders who run 6.99 or quicker in the
1/8mile must wear full leathers.
Absolutely no burnouts in the pits or on the return road.
Anyone riding a mini-bike, ATV, four wheeler, or EVEN A BICYCLE
in the pits must have a valid driver's license! Parents,
please keep the kids off the vehicles in the pits. Also,
the only reason for such vehicles in the pits is in support of a
racing team. Racers, you are responsible for anyone
operating your pit vehicle. The racer's competition number
of the racing vehicle MUST be clearly displayed on the pit
vehicle. Any violations can result in the disqualification
of the racer.
No glass bottles or containers of any kind allowed anywhere on
the track premises. No alcohol permitted in the staging lanes or on
the starting line. Alcohol may not be consumed by any
driver or crew member during competition.
Do not block the entrance to staging lanes, any return roads or
return road turn-offs.
Always stay with your car while in the staging lanes.
Lane Choice. There are eight lanes in staging. Lanes
1 - 3 - 5 will run in the right lane and lanes 2 - 4 - 6 will
run in the left lane. Lanes 7 - 8 are reserved for Jr.
Dragsters. When pulling into staging determine which lane
you wish to run in. Once you have pulled into a lane and
stopped you will not be allowed to switch lanes and will be
paired against whomever is in the lane opposite you. In
the event we have more cars in one lane than the other then the
lane choice will be determine by high-card draw. During
test-n-tune sessions, lane 6 will be kept open for cars
displaying Track Permanent number on their windshields.
Write your dial-in CLEARLY and DARK on the right front
windshield, driver's side window, and the left rear window of
your car so tower personnel can see it and enter your time into
the computer correctly.
No across-the-start line burnouts during regular test-n-tune or
bracket racing events except for dragsters or roadsters that
don't have front brakes.
During a bracket race, confirm your dial-in on the scoreboard
before you stage. Once staged, you except the dial-in on
When pulling to the starting line, you should only light your
pre-staged bulb then wait for your opponent in the other lane to
light his pre-staged bulb. Once both pre-staged bulbs are
illuminated then either driver may pull in first and illuminate
their staged light.
Greer Dragway uses a TSI Automatic Start timing system.
Here's how it works: when the system sees both cars pre-staged
and ONE of the cars staged, it starts a 15-second timer. If the
second car does not enter the staging beams within 15 seconds, a
redlight is activated for that car. This redlight will NOT be
negotiated! Remember, the system needs to see three lights
before it starts the timer--two pre-stages and a stage. Don't
try to burn down your opponent! During the Top ET (Pro)
and 5-Second classes CrossTalk will be used.