The National Hot Rods
Statement from the NHRPA on tyre's
World final prep
World Qualifiers- 5 Slick tyres (up to 4 new).
Support Drivers – 5 Slick tyres (1 new).
Any new tyres logged must be used in all races
The “Last Chance” qualifier will be permitted to a further 3 new tyres before the World Final Race.
In case of adverse weather conditions for the World Final race drivers will be permitted:
World Qualifiers – 4 New Wet Tyres & unlimited amount previously registered wet tyres.
Support Drivers – 1 New Wet Tyre & unlimited amount previously registered wet tyres.
Wet tyres will only be added to a driver’s history if the meeting is declared wet by the Nhrpa.
All drivers for the world Final meeting can be seen at Fixtures & Entries
Confirmation of 2018/19 Rule Amendments
The top points scorers in each region will be red grade drivers the amount of red grade drivers will be decided at each round depending on the amount of cars in each region.
In the English series this will be the top six in the points will be red grade drivers.
Last Round in each region
The ‘Dropped’ Round Score concept of dropping a driver’s lowest scores from the points chart at the end of the World Series will continue for all nations. In 2018/2019 this will be lowest scores from two rounds.Dropped round scores cannot include meetings where a driver is banned from racing or was loaded up or the last round in each region
The last round grids will be drawn as normal in the grades.
The points for the year will then be updated for the final.
The final of the last round will be points chart order highest points pole.
At each Round of a drivers chosen region a drivers can log one new tyre slick or wet (new wet tyres can be logged at a dry meeting)
If a driver plays his Joker round up to four new tyres can be logged slicks/wets or a mix it is the driver’s choice.
Post Race Checks
A minimum of the first three cars over the finishing line will report to the scrutineer for post-race checks.
It is the Driver responsibility to report to the scrutineer with his car before returning to his pit area.
Driver will be disqualified from the race if they fail to report to the scrutineer for post-race checks
New Hoosier Tyre Compound
The Hoosier H10 will be introduced to National Hot Rod racing from the 2018 Championship of the World in July.