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The RaceSaver® 305 SPEC head and the accompanying engine rules are the foundation of the CRSA Sprints. These rules have enabled this class to grow year after year since its inception in 2005. These rules are intended to make this sprint car class both fun and affordable. As you read through these rules and procedures, please keep in mind that these rules are designed to save you money and help you and everyone else be competitive and have fun racing.



The rules and/or regulations set forth in this rule book are designed to facilitate the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable standards and requirements for all CRSA sanctioned events. These rules shall govern all CRSA sanctioned events, and by participating in these events, ALL participants and officials agree to comply with these rules. NO IMPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM PUBLICATION, POSSESSION OR COMPLIANCE WITH THE RULES AND REGULATIONS SET FORTH IN THIS DOCUMENT, OR ADDED IN THE FUTURE, BY ADDENDUM, EVEN IF THE RULING WAS VERBAL AND HAS YET TO BE SET IN PRINTED FORM. ANY AND ALL RULE CHANGES LISTED ON THE

OFFICIAL WEB SITE WILL ALSO BE CONSUIDERED TO BE BINDING. These rules are solely intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport of sprint car racing, and in no way a guarantee against injury or death to the participants, spectators, officials, safety and fire crews, media or all others. The RACE DIRECTOR shall be empowered to any reasonable appropriated deviation from any of the specifications and procedures herein, or to impose any further restriction that in his opinion does not alter the minimum requirements. NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM ANY SUCH DEVIATION OR RESTRICTION OF THESE SPECIFICATIONS, RULES OR PROCEDURES.

All product and company names are trademarks™ or registered® trademarks of their respective holders. Use of them does not imply any affiliation with or endorsement by them. RaceSaver® is the registered trademark of RaceSaver® Enterprises, LLC and is not associated with or sponsored by CRSA Sprints.

Any interpretation of, or deviation from these rules is to be left to the discretion of the Race Director or Series Owner.

The absence of a specific rule does not imply approval, consent or permission regarding the subject.

Table of Contents

  1. Memberships:………………………………………………………………………………… 3
  2. Rules of Sanction…………………………………………………………………………….. 3
  3. Rules of Conduct:…………………………………………………………………………….. 4
  4. Rules of Procedure…………………………………………………………………………… 5
  5. Points:…………………………………………………………………………………………… 8
  6. Qualification for Regular Point Shows…………………………………………………… 8
  7. Technical Rules……………………………………………………………………………… 10
  8. Engine Rules…………………………………………………………………………………. 13
  9. CRSA Competition Objective…………………………………………………………….. 15

Fig.   Chassis & Wing Figures……………………………………………………………………. 16





A.    Memberships:

  1. Definitions:




  1. Car: any sprint car conforming to the CRSA requirements
  2. Owner: person or persons holding controlling interest in the sprint car
  3. Rookie: any person 14 years old or older who has raced a sprint car in less than 6
  4. Driver: any person 14 years old or older considered an experienced driver by the Race
  5. Crew: any person who works or maintains the sprint car
  6. Sponsor: any person sponsoring a car or CRSA event
  7. Official: Any person appointed by CRSA Management as a CRSA Official
  8. Temporary Membership: good for one event only and only for money won in the A-Main. Temporary members will receive No Points, No Bonuses or Bonus Money and No Tow
  1. Drivers will be further classified as a rookie until they have demonstrated an adequate level of skill as determined by the Race
  2. Dues: Please refer to Membership forms. (CRSA mandatory with Temporary Memberships available)
  3. Membership may be terminated by CRSA Management or Owners at any time for actions detrimental to the CRSA Sprints and/ or the sport of sprint car


B.    Rules of Sanction

  1. All members are subject to the rules of
  2. All members must obey directions given by a CRSA official with regard to the racing
  3. Failure to comply with a direction given by a CRSA official is subject to warning, loss of proceeds and/or positions or
  4. A violation of any rule in reference to abusive verbal or physical conduct, alcohol, drugs, legal or illegal intoxicants and/or narcotics will be subject to immediate suspension from participating in future CRSA
  5. A determination of the Race Director or CRSA Officials in regards to rough riding will be subject to penalties as determined by the Race
  6. Illegal engines or components will mean loss of points and possible suspension from participating in future CRSA CRSA reserves the right to inspect any engine any time, any place without prior notification. Any member who refuses to comply with an inspection will be suspended from the competition. Competitors found to be illegal will start the next three events in the scratch position in both heats and features, after the items in question have been changed and the engine re-inspected.
  7. Any car failing inspection of chassis, wing, engine or safety will not be allowed to compete until the item is addresses, corrected and re-inspected by a CRSA
  8. Any driver causing unnecessary and excessive delays in a tracks racing program by causing yellow flag periods or by violation of any procedural rule of the host track or CRSA, will be removed from the track and scoring will stop for that car and
  9. Weighing:
    1. Top 6 cars from each of the heat races will go to the scales at every race event. This is based on 24 cars starting the feature, and may be adjusted w/reduced car count,
    2. Posted on the lineup board will be the number of cars to go directly to the scales (i.e. top 5, top 10) from the A-Main.
    3. Any car failing to stop at the scales before returning to their pit, is immediately, without exception disqualified and scored at the rear of the


  1. Driver Communications:
    1. No one-way radio or two-way radio, scanner, Nextel, cell phone, palm pilot, texting, ETC… communications is allowed from anyone other than CRSA Race
    2. The only driver communication device allowed by CRSA is the RaceCeiver, set to the proper
    3. A RaceCeiver radio is mandatory and must function
    4. Only one RaceCeiver allowed in the car/on the driver (i.e. driver cannot have a separate one for each ear).
  2. No traction control devices of any type (brake or electrical) allowed. Violation will be automatic suspension. NO Excuses. CRSA reserves the right to test or confiscate any suspected device at any time. No electronic information gathering devices


C.    Rules of Conduct:

  1. The Driver (regardless of age) shall be responsible for all actions of him/her self, crew members and Additionally, each person is totally responsible for their own actions.
  2. The car owner and/or driver are the only people that will be recognized as a spokesperson for that car. Two people (spokespersons) maximum per registered
  3. No CRSA member shall enter the flaggers/starter stand or Control tower. All complaints must be relayed to a CRSA
  4. No CRSA member may verbally or physically abuse another member, CRSA official or hosting track official. REMEMBER: treat all track officials, management and fans with respect. Without the host tracks, we have no races. Act professional and courteous. Offenders may be suspended from competition. (This will also include any offending internet chatter brought to the CRSA management’s )
  5. No driver or pit crew member shall drink intoxicating beverages or use narcotics before or during any CRSA sanctioned event. If a CRSA official feels a member is under the influence they will not be able to compete in that day’s
  6. When a car is started in the pits at any time, the Driver must be wearing all safety recommended
  7. No speeding in the
  8. Any driver that is involved in an altercation on the track with another racer is asked to remain professional and keep a level head. Any driver that approaches another racer, walks or runs toward a moving car or throws anything will be levied the following
  • First offense $150.00 cash and 50 points deduction.
  • Second offense $300 cash, 75 points deduction, and 1 race suspension.
    1. ALL ATV DRIVERS MUST WEAR HELMETS WHEN STARTING ANY CAR. (A RaceCeiver is mandatory for the ATV operator)
    2. Any driver, while racing, who commits unnecessary contact, uses questionable driving tactics (i.e., slide jobs, blocking, slamming) in the opinion of the Race Director or Starter will be deemed as rough
    3. Any decisions of the Race Director or CRSA officials will be respected by all members. Opposition to a decision of the CRSA officials will be subject to fines and/or penalties as determined by CRSA Management or Owner.
    4. No used tires will be left at the host race tracks. Waste oil is to be taken back to your shop unless the track provides waste oil disposal


D.   Rules of Procedure

  1. All drivers must be licensed by CRSA to compete or practice
  2. All cars are subject to inspection at any time or place by a CRSA official.
  3. All ATV drivers MUST WEAR HELMETS when entering the racing surface and carry no passengers while attempting a push start!
    1. RaceCeivers are Mandatory for ALL ATV DRIVERS
  4. Rookies (first time racers) will be required to start a minimum of two races (complete events) from the scratch position. In the event of multiple rookies, you will be lined up according to your draw number. Race Director or CRSA Officials can mandate additional time at the rear of the field for new
  5. No car will enter the track without permission of a CRSA official. There will be NO ENTRY AFTER THE WHITE FLAG IS SHOWN and NO Re-ENTRY IF CAR IS DOWN A LAP WHILE IN THE
  6. All drivers will make a conscious effort to have their cars ready to compete and in line properly when

Any car delaying the show or requiring a second push will be placed at the rear of the field.

  1. Pit Crew members, Parents, or Owners are not allowed on the track at any time, unless specifically asked by a CRSA or track official. Violation of this rule may result in disqualification of the car from the
  2. Yellow Flag or cautions:
    1. All cars that stop on the track during a yellow flag will be placed to the rear of the field whether they caused the yellow flag to be brought out or
    2. Cars pushed off without needing service will be lined up at the rear in the order they were running the previous lap, cars returning from the pits will be lined up in the order that they return to the racing
    3. ALL repairs must be done in the Any Driver who works on their car or permits any other person (other than a Track official) to work on their car on the racing surface, during a yellow flag, shall be penalized to the rear of the field.
    4. All drivers under yellow or red flag conditions are to remain with their car until cleanup crew gets the car to the pit area unless otherwise instructed by CRSA officials.
  3. Red Flag Period:
    1. ANY car entering the pits when the red is displayed will not be able to re-enter the race track. The pits are CLOSED. You must wait for the yellow flag before entering the pit
    2. Adjustments or repairs may be made only by the driver and without the use of tools during a red flag (No driver is to exit his or her car without authorization from a CRSA Official)
      1. If you delay the restart of the race by making adjustments you will be placed scratch in the
      2. If you exit the track after you are restarted or fail to restart you will be placed scratch when you are allowed to re-enter the
  • No reentry will be allowed after the white flag is displayed.
  1. It will be the decision of the Starter and the CRSA Officials as to what cars the Red flag was displayed for, and their decision is
  1. ATV Drivers must stay on their machines during a Red Flag period and remain in the designated ATV staging area until they are called onto the track via the RaceCeiver.
  2. RaceCeivers are Mandatory for ATV operators.


  1. Fuel Stops:
    1. No more than two crew members on the track if a decision to let the cars be refueled is made by the Race Director.
    2. Drivers must remain in the
    3. FUEL ONLY, NO
  2. There will be one attempt at a Green-White-Checker Flag. If another yellow flag appears then the race will be restarted with the Green and White displayed at the same


  1. The Race Director, Starter, along with the CRSA officials have complete control of the race. All drivers shall immediately comply with their commands whether they are by flag, hand, spoken, or over the
  2. RaceCeivers are MANDATORY for all Drivers and ATV It is your responsibility to make sure your unit works properly, Sound checks to make sure drivers can hear the Race Director will be random. If you fail to recognize when you are called (unit not working) you will be placed scratch or removed from the track at the discretion of the Race Director.
  3. Transponders are mandatory at tracks that support the transponder It will be the ONLY means of scoring at these race events. Have them charged and ready!
  4. The number of cars that will compete in any given event will be at the discretion of the Race
  5. The Race Director may opt to start a bubble car in the event one of the qualified cars cannot take the green. A bubble car will always start from the scratch position. A bubble car will line up and be started for the feature. When the white flag is displayed the bubble car shall exit the racing surface if the qualified car has


  1. Original starts:
    1. Will be double file, off the fourth turn, at the drop of the green flag. A Double White Line or Cones will be placed on the Turn 4 area for all double file restarts. All cars must remain in proper order until they have cleared the first line and the lead car or cars have started within the box. The Starter will be instructed not to throw the Green Flag until the lead car or cars have fired in the box or when they reach the second
    2. The Start will be official only upon the Starter signaling with the Green In the event a Pace Car is used, all cars shall take their proper position behind it. In the event a Pace Car is not used, the Pole Car will set the pace, which shall be consistent with track conditions and as required to keep the field in formation. DO NOT PASS THE PACE CAR. Unless the Race Director instructs you to do so on the One-Way-Radio. CRSA shall be empowered to disqualify or penalize any Driver violating this rule.
    3. If the Officials judge that the front row car or cars are out of place a Yellow will be displayed. Any further violation will result in the offender to be placed a row back with the car behind the offender being brought to the front
  2. Restarts:
    1. Restart lineup will be based on the last completed green flag. Any car failing to comply thru RaceCeiver communication will be black flagged/disqualified for disobeying an official, and must exit the
    2. If the first lap is not complete the field will be restarted double file. If a second restart is needed, it will be up to the Race Director to be a double or a single file restart.
    3. Restarts after the first lap has been official will be single file utilizing the starting box and a cone placed in the track on the front
    4. When restarting you must be in line and not pass a car until you pass to the right side of the cone (cone is on your left), if you pass under the cone or hit the cone or pass a car prior to the cone you will be penalized two positions at the next caution or the checkered flag if it remains green flag racing.
    5. If the yellow flag has to be thrown to remove a cone from the track or from underneath a racecar, the driver who hit the cone will be sent to the rear of the field on the ensuing
    6. Restarts will be NOSE TO TAIL with any cars that are out of line being penalized two spots to be administered immediately or at the conclusion of the race. You will be penalized two positions for every one position you jump. Stay in line and close to the car ahead of you. DO NOT LEAVE A GAP FOR A RUNNING START, AND DO NOT PICK UP THE PACE UNTIL YOU REACH THE WHITE LINE IN TURN FOUR; you will be considered jumping the Jumping the start will result in a penalty of loss of 2 spots, imposed at the next re-start or at the finish.
    7. Cars may not pass a pace vehicle unless directed by an official.
    8. Lapped cars must drop to the tail of the field in order of their position. DO NOT pass the pace car. Any car more than one lap down will be shuffled to the rear behind cars on the lead lap or one lap


  1. When the race restarts lapped cars will drop to the bottom/inside of the track, to allow cars on the lead lap to pass on the
  2. On restarts the leader shall pick up the pace only after crossing the first white line and before the second white line in turn
  3. No car may check-up, or brake check cars behind them to slow them
  4. Violators will be sent to the tail of the
  5. In the event a pace car is not used, the pole car will set the pace of the field which shall be fast enough to keep the field in
  6. If a Move Over flag is displayed, hold your line so the leader can pass


  1. Spins on the track:
    1. Any car that spins out twice without just cause (avoid an accident or stopped car) will be black flagged/disqualified for that
    2. A yellow flag will be displayed for a 360 degree spin and the car will be sent to the rear of the field and it will count as a
  2. All racing must occur on the track, not in the infield. Cars leaving the racing surface to pass will be penalized two positions for every one gained – to be administered immediately or at the conclusion of the
  3. Engine Teardown: The request for an engine teardown must be made by a car owner only, and must be accompanied by a $500.00 cash binder, plus a $100.00 non-refundable filing fee, which will be held by the CRSA Race Director until said engine is inspected. If the engine is found to be illegal the plaintiff will receive a refund. If the engine is found to be legal the defendant will receive the money. Engine teardown protest must be in writing and within 15 minutes of the official end of the feature (Specific Rule Inspection Required)
  4. Engine rules cannot be changed. See section
  5. Race Protest: All protests must be made within 15 minutes of the official end of the feature by the driver ONLY from the car He or she must remain calm and professional when approaching any CRSA or host track official.
  6. No fuel additives, no Top-Lube, no nitro propane, no propylene oxide, no nitro methane, no fuel oxygenating compounds.


E.   Points:

  1. A-Main:



A-Main Feature Points

















































  1. Heats: 12 points for a win with each spot diminishing 1
  2. B-Main: 75 Points awarded to all non-A-main transfer cars that take the green in the B-main.
  3. Show-up Attempt Points for regular point shows:
    1. 10 points will be awarded, to any driver who makes a reasonable attempt to fire a car in warm-ups, or a Heat, race event but are not able to compete in a B-main or A-main.
    2. If a car makes it to the B-main and does not transfer to the A-main they will receive 10 attempt points and 75 B-main points.
    3. If a car makes it to the A-main they will receive 10 attempt points and finish points from the A-main table.
  4. In the event of a rain out or cancellation all cars that attend and run warm-ups will receive show-up
  5. Disqualification for post A-Main inspection infraction will result in loss of all points and money for that
  6. You must take the green flag of the A-Main in order to receive A-Main points.



Special Event Races – For races that CRSA identifies as special events “Show up Points Only”:

75 points will be awarded to all drivers who make a reasonable attempt to fire a car in warm-ups, any Heat, B-Main or A-Main event.


Challenge Event Races – For races that CRSA identifies as Challenge events “CRSA Member Points Only”:

For Challenge Events CRSA Full Point Members will receive points in the order of finish. i.e. First Member across line no matter of position gets first place points, second member no matter where they finish get second place points etc. for all participating members of that Challenge event even if they do not qualify.



F.   Qualifying for Regular Point Shows

  1. Heats:
    1. Drivers will draw for their heat positions in the finishing order of the previous race. (Exception: the first race of the season and show up-points races will be in the order of sign in.)
    2. Heat races will be positioned according to what number the driver drew for their starting position.
  • Heats Required will be determined by number of cars drawing in per the below table.  A pre-set number of cars will qualify from each heat race.  Those number are as follows:

Cars Entered


Qualifiers From Each Heat



















  1. Heat race passing points will determine the starting position for the balance of races scheduled.



  1. Redraw for A-Main:
    1. Half the number of total cars for the A-main, up to 12 total will redraw for the A-Main based on heat race passing points. The remainder will be lined up in A-Main in order of the heat race passing points for qualifying cars . Note:  The A-main winner from the last full points race can start no better than the last redraw car if they qualify for the redraw, or as described in the drivers meeting in the next point paying event they participate in.
  2. B-Main: If required, a B-Main(s) will be run to fill out the balance of the A-Main field.  Race will be lined up based on passing points from 19h back and drivers that finish in transferring spots will use their passing points total to set their position for A-Main.


Passing Point Table:



G.   Technical Rules

  1. Chassis: see figure 1 – Any sprint car is allowed, but it must pass any test prescribed by the Head Tech
    1. The roll cage must be a four-post design. No dirt champ cars, no midgets.
    2. Wheel base no less than 86” and no more than 90”
  • No elliptical tubing used on or as part of the main frame structure.
  1. The following measurements are minimum:
    1. Top rails – l 1/2 X .095
    2. Bottom rails – 1 3/8 X .095 or l 1/2 X .083
    3. Roll cage uprights – l 3/8 X .083
    4. Roll cage to cross member – 1 1/2 X .095
    5. Upper rails – 1 3/8 X .083
  2. Rear end safety bar – 1 X .083 or 1 1/4 X .065
  3. Brace – 1 1/4 X .065
  • Top Rail Support Safety Bars, (WoO / ASCoC) style are highly recommended.
  1. Roll Bars: No anti roll bars or additional weight transfer bars or coils. Acceptable Configurations:
    1. 4 torsion bars with four shocks
    2. 2 torsion bars with 2 coil springs and four shock
  • 4 coil springs with four shocks.


  1. Weight rule: 1525lbs. after the feature, no allowances, no
    1. If a car intentionally runs through the mud after the checker flag falls all mud will be scraped from the car before it is weighed. You will be informed before the feature what scales we are using.
    2. All cars must report directly to the scales whether the CRSA scales or the track scales.
  • Driver must remain in car until it has been weighed.
  1. If a car does not go directly to the scales it will be disqualified.
  2. Crews, owners and parents must remain at least l0’ from the cars until after they are weighed. It is the driver’s responsibility to keep everyone away from the car. Crews around or reaching in the cars will be cause for the car to be disqualified.
  3. In the event your car does not make weight you will be allowed one reweigh- that is you will be pushed off the scales, zero the scales and push the car back on. Top 5 in A main, Qualified cars in Heat races.
  1. Ballast weigh: see figure 2 – Any bolt on weight must be painted white and clearly have the identifying car number on each piece of ballast. Any weights lost on track are an immediate disqualification. CRSA officials reserve the right to disqualify and individual for improper mounting of flat washers and lock nut per 5 lbs. of weight. Unacceptable mounting – cable ties, hose clamps, safety wire, bungee cords, under the driver seat pad, bolted to the driver’s seat, bolted to the seat mounting bolts., bolted to the steering wheel, bolted to a dzus tab, bolted to aluminum or fiberglass side panes or wings-these are examples of what is NOT
  2. Fuel Tank: Approved sprint car bladder type with 4-point mounting. All tanks must meet approval of CRSA. Must be one-piece cross-link polyethylene plastic tank with bladder. No carbon fiber or fiberglass tanks. Tanks used for qualifying will be used for the


  1. Tire Rule:
    1. The Hoosier 38230 (Right Rear Tire 105.0/18.0-15 HTC Stamped Spec tire is the normal tire to be used on the right rear for all point shows for 2023. The left rear and both front tires are to be Hoosier Sprint tires with the compound optional. (At certain scheduled challenge events the RaceSaver® plated Right Rear tire will be an allowed alternative. This will be announced in writing prior to an event).
  2. Wing Rule:
    1. Top wing: use is mandatory. Specifications: see figures 4, 5, 6 for detailed measurements. Maximum top wing size if 25 square feet with two 30 inch max. x 72 inch max. sideboards. They must measure equal distance from leading edge of side board to leading edge of belly. No “358 Type” wings. Side panels must be one piece and 90 degrees to center foil. Conventional looking wings only. NO split wings or bi wings. Top wings must not extend beyond outside of rear tires. 16″ numbers on the sides and top of the top wing minimum. Wing width shall not exceed the width of the rear tires. No body pieces to extend past the bottom frame rails. No pieces shall be added to the frame to deflect, trap, or form an air brake unless used to cool or protect engine or brakes. No hydraulic wing adjusters. No manual adjusters that can be operated while car is in motion. The area on the left side of the cockpit must remain open. Any belly in top wing, 1” wicker bill will be allowed. Flat top wings up to 2″ wicker bill will be allowed.
    2. Nose wings: are optional with a center foil maximum size of 6 square feet with a max. width of 36 inches with no vent holes. Max. distance from the center of the foil front edge to the front edge of the front axle may not exceed 20 inches. The center foil front edge must remain at least 1 inch behind the front edge of the bumper. Center foil must be one piece. No split or bi-wings will be allowed. Wings must be fabricated of metal alloys only. No fiberglass, carbon fiber or other similar material may be used in the basic framework of the wings. The front wing must not extend beyond the outside of the front tires. The front wing may not be cockpit or driver adjustable while the car is stationary or in motion. No moving parts allowed on or in foil structure. The 5-inch section located at the rear of the front foil must not have a bell/curl arc that is out of proportion with the rest of the front foil. The bell/curl arc must span the entire length of the front foil and appear to be a gradual arc with the deepest point no further back than l2 inches from the leading edge. The bell/curl arc must start at the front foil’s leading edge and shall not exceed a depth of 2 inches. Top foil thickness cannot exceed 3.6 inches. No rudders or fins on front wings. Front sideboards: max. 12 inches tall and 26 inches long with no more than one-inch overhang from the center foil front edge to the sideboard front edge. Sideboards may have front, back, top and bottom turnouts of no more than l/2 inch.
  • No vent holes are allowed in either wing. No wedges, foils or rudders on top or front wings. Center foil of both wings shall be fully sheathed in aluminum. No carbon fiber or Kevlar structural members or sheathing allowed. In the event of a crash it will be at the discretion of the Race Director to allow an individual to compete without wings.
  1. Shock Absorber: NO COCKPIT ADJUSTABLE SHOCKS DEVICES ALLOWED, whether the adjuster is mounted inside the cockpit or not. NO REMOTE ADJUSTABLE DEVICES OR CANISTERS. No Cockpit Adjustable Weight Jackers, manual or hydraulic. NO ADJUSTERS
  2. Racing Seat: Aluminum racing type seat No Fiberglass, Kevlar or composite seats allowed. Seat must be mounted with a minimum of 4 3/8″ bolts.
  3. Brakes: Steel Stainless Steel or Aluminum only, NO TITANIUM ROTORS. NO CARBON GRAPHITE ROTORS. Inboard and left front brake Left Rear or Right Rear brakes are optional.


  1. Wheels: Maximum right rear wheel- l8″, maximum left rear wheel-l5″. Must be aluminum racing type wheels. N0 carbon fiber or composite wheels allowed. Wheel covers: It is highly recommended that wheel covers have a minimum of 5 mounting points. However, both 5 and 3 mounting point wheel covers will be allowed for competition under the following conditions: Wheel covers having a minimum of 5 attachment points may use Steel Dzus fasteners. Wheel covers having only 3 attachment points must be bolted-on at all 3 points utilizing a minimum 5/16”, flanged steel or titanium bolt and an approved fastening (nut assembly) system. Optional fastening systems that are equal to or superior to the above-approved system will be reviewed for use at the sole discretion of CRSA Technical
  2. Mufflers: Mufflers are optional unless required by the track promoter. Some tracks may specify a certain muffler to meet sound ordinances. Loss of a muffler, if required by a specific track, will result in disqualification. (Muffler Inserts are acceptable)
  3. Headers: Headers must be a minimum of .045 No titanium headers. Tri Y headers and merge collectors are optional. Loss of a header will result in disqualification.
  4. Bumpers: All cars must be equipped with bumpers (front and rear) suitable for towing the vehicle. Steel only. Front bumper cannot extend any further than 8″ from the face of the torsion tubes to the leading face of the bumper. Maximum distance from the leading edge of the front bumper to the leading edge of the front axle is 23 l/2″ Minimum tubing thickness .065. No ballast in or on bumpers. 3/16th” or 1/4″ mounting bolts, no cotter keys or pop rivets. Exception– front bumper may be aluminum 1″ OD
  5. Nerf Bars: Right and left side bars shall not extend past the outside edge of the rear tires. Bars must be steel with a minimum thickness of .065. No ballast in or on nerf bars. Any nerf bar that is too large (i.e. used to push cars up the track), in the opinion of a CRSA Official, will be removed at/their direction before you are allowed to continue competition. 3/16th” or 1/4″ mounting bolts. No cotter keys or pop
  6. Drive shaft: Aluminum or Steel only. Enclosed drive line with only U-Joint or CV-Joint full enclosed in a round safety tube and steel loop over safety tube. No torque arm drives allowed. Safety hoop must be steel. No titanium. Metal hoop must react positive to magnet
  7. Body: Special sprint car style body with approved tail tank. Cars are to be neatly painted and lettered. Any car not meeting the minimum standards will not be allowed to (Fiberglass, Carbon Fiber or Aluminum are all acceptable materials)
  8. Ignition: Magneto or Kettering ignition No Electronic Magneto with control boxes (MSD), no HEI’s, no crank trigger, points type magnetos only. Ignition switch must be clearly marked with on and off.
  9. Under Pan: all cars are required to have installed an under pan or
  10. Dash: An effective fire wall of metal, aluminum, carbon fiber, or fiberglass to separate the engine compartment from the cock pit.
  11. Hoods: All cars will be required to run a full sprint appearing Hood must extend to the front torsion tubes or similar location on coil over the cars. While the hood may be a multiple piece design it must appear one piece. (Fiberglass, Carbon Fiber or Aluminum)
  12. Body Side Panels: Upper panel right side must have a minimum opening of 10″ from the bottom of the top roll cage bar to the top of the panel and must be 21″ in length-front to back measures parallel to top bar of cage. Hoods shall not exceed down tubes by more than 1″ in (Fiberglass, Carbon Fiber or Aluminum)
  13. Front Axles: Must be one-piece steel, no titanium axles- minimum size, 2-3/8” x .120 wall or 2-1/2” x .095 wall tubing (maximum size). King pin type spindles only. One-piece design axles, no split or adjustable width. Material 4130 Chrome moly tubing. No aluminum front
  14. Drag Link: Drag link must utilize an approved tether fastened to the
  15. Fuel: Pure methanol (see C.12) NO Top Lube may be used. NO OTHER ADDITIVES. When a car is approached for a fuel sample YOU MUST COMPLY without delay


  1. Safety Equipment: The following equipment is strongly recommended and must be worn and/or used: A minimum of a 2-layer fire suit, preferably 3-layer, NO SINGLE LAYER SUITS, approved safety 5-point harness with approved mounting, with manufacturers date tag in place. Belts cannot be older than 2 years. Snell 2015 rated full face helmet, Head and Neck restraint system, fireproof underwear and sock, fireproof hood and/or Nomex lined helmet, fire resistant gloves and A minimum or two throttle return springs are required with one being pedal mounted and the other being mounted on the injection. If corrective lenses are a requirement for your driving license you are required to wear them when you race. No excuses. A quick release on the steering wheel in mandatory. Arm restraints are strongly recommended. CRSA reserves the right to reject any safety equipment for tears, cracks or dates.
  2. Numbers: 16″ tall numbers on both sides of the top wing and on the top. 12” numbers are required on the tail tank. A letter may be required if duplicate numbers appear. Seniority rules…
  3. Radios: The only approved driver communication aid is a RaceCeiver set at the official CRSA frequency. (See C.10)
  4. No electric fuel pumps. Mechanical type only- belt or cam
  5. Fire Extinguisher: Teams are required to have an adequate, functioning sized fire extinguisher in their pit area at all times. While it is not required it is recommended to also have a small unit on your 4-wheeler. On board fire systems are highly
  6. Fuel Shutoff: Fuel shutoff between the fuel tank and the fuel pump on the suction side of the pump, clearly marked for safety crew is highly
  7. Rock Screen: Strongly
  8. No Mirrors




H.  Engine Rules:

NOTE: All engines must be sealed before they are allowed to compete. The engine must be drilled for sealing wire on 2 adjacent head bolts on each side, 2 intake bolts, and 2 timing cover bolts. All logo and trademark stamps must be intact time of inspection.


  1. Engine Rule: CRSA follows the National RaceSaver® 305 Spec Engine rules
  2. Blocks must be GM 305 V’s with approved casting numbers in place. 361979, 460776, 460777, 460778, 14010201, 14010202, 14010203, 14088551, 14016381, 355909 or A specific Dart Machinery block, purpose built and approved for RaceSaver® competition is the “Little M” “B” block: P/N.
  3. Maximum CI 315.9 No Tolerance. Stroke 3,480 +/- .020. Maximum bore 3.801. Do the math!
  4. Flat top pistons with valve reliefs, pistons cannot protrude from cylinder
  5. Crank, iron or steel, weight 48 lbs. 1% tolerance, min. main bearing diameter 2.450-.030. NO width added to crank with exception of balance metal which must be welded in place.
  6. 7″ steel rods, min. rod journal dia. 2.100 – .030. 1″ oil pan inspection hole required. Pan may be removed for inspection.
  7. Cam Drive: Chain only. No gear or belt drives. No devices to vary running cam
  8. Plain hub or SFI approved damper. Stock location water pump
  9. Stock (.842) diameter flat tappets. NO roller, hydraulic, mushroom or radius
  10. Cam: original material, configuration & firing order. (18436572) No billet or hardened
  11. Spring Specs: Only straight wound springs w/flat Max dia. 1.625″, min dia. 1.200, Installed height min, Max installed height 1.825. Max spring pressures@ seat 120#, @ .500 lift 355 lbs, max wire dia.195, max free height 2.100, min free height 1.900. Springs must have min of 5 full coils.
  12. Wet sump, internal pump only, no crankcase vacuum


  1. Roller rockers allowed. 3/8-inch stud mount rockers only. NO shaft
  2. Absolute max valve lift: (.510 int, .535 exh) measured @ zero lash at the valve
  3. No girdles, rev kits, or valve train stabilizers. Tappet access for inspection
  4. No repositioning, boring or bushing of cam or lifter bores. Max cam dia 1.1869 +.002.
  5. Valves: Intake 1.94, Exhaust 1.60, Stem 11/32″, Original length and width, no altered or hollow
  6. Ferrous materials only: Valves, Retainers, Keepers, Push Rods, Springs, Tappets, Cam and came drives, Crank, Rods, Wrist Pins, Fasteners, Main Caps, No Titanium or Ceramics in
  7. Ignition: Points type Magneto or Kettering style ignition. Constant flow fuel injection
  8. 100 lb. weight penalty for use of any electronic components, inc: ignition, ECU’s, or driver
  9. RaceSaver® 305 Spec Head: Absolutely NO changes. No machining, milling, resurfacing, grinding, polishing, welding, acid or caustic work, shot peening, glass beading, coating, or any other process that will alter the machined surfaces or the natural sand cast finish. Must retain all original dimensions and configurations including; valves, springs, retainers, stems and guides. The ONLY work allowed is: reseating the valves. NO top cuts that extend into the aluminum of the chamber. NO under the seat relief cuts. No work that enlarges the as delivered throat size, 1.810 Int. and 1.345 Ex. (+/— .010). NO bowl changes. NO CHANGES! Every dimension of these heads has a gauge dimension that must be met for them to be certified. Change any on them and you will be disqualified. The stamped identification marks may not be
  10. Compression Ratio: 10.25 to 1 absolute maximum C.R. checked with a Whistler, or by pouring the assembled cylinder. Absolute minimum assembled cylinder volume: Heads may not be milled! Only exception is pre- approved milling to repair surface. All repairs MUST be pre-approved. Contact RaceSaver® 305 Spec @ 540- 923-4541 before attempting repairs. A repair authorization number will be issued. After repair, heads must be recertified and marked accordingly. Original serial numbers and certification marks must be intact. They may not be altered or obscured. Any and all repairs MUST be pre-approved and heads recertified. If any spec head is found to be modified; it must be REPLACED with a certified RaceSaver® Spec head.
  11. The spirit and intent of the RaceSaver® 305 Spec engine rules will
  12. CRSA will honor the engine seals of other NATIONALLY SANCTIONED 305 Racesaver® 305 Spec Head SERIES. You will however be subject to our tech procedure for engines if you finish in the top 5
  13. Engine must be centered in
  14. Oil pans must have an inspection The drain plug does not constitute an inspection hole. If inspection access is not available the pan is subject to removal at any time.
  15. Engine Seals- 2 adjacent head bolts on each side of the engine and two-timing cover bolts must be drilled with a 5/64 to provide seal The engine seal process is vital to maintaining the integrity of the RaceSaver® series and to speed post-race inspections. ENGINE SEALS WILL NOT BE REMOVED OR TAMPERED WITH FOR ANY REASON WITHOUT PRIOR PERMISSION FROM A CRSA OFFICIAL. NO EXCUSES, NO EXCEPTIONS, SEVERE MONETARY PENALTIES, LOSS OF ALL POINTS AND SUSPENSION WILL RESULT FROM REMOVAL OR TAMPERING.
  16. No traction control devices of any type (brake or electrical). Violation will be automatic suspension. NO EXCUSES. (See 11)
  17. Other Electronic Devices- No computer controlled or operated parts, such as fuel injectors, fuel systems, chassis adjusting systems, etc. are permitted. The use of electronic logic processors to control any function of the race car, and/or any system for continuous gather of data from any function of the race car or engine for which the intended use is computer downloading, is strictly prohibited. (C. l l)


Competition Objectives

This is recreational racing. Cost Containment is our primary objective. Respect, for competitors, fans and promoters, is fundamental to our success. We will do what is necessary to produce a good competitive show each night. We will not tolerate overtly aggressive driving. The willingness to give racing room is a defining aspect of the CRSA Races.


Sprint car racing is a very emotional sport. As such, good sportsmanship is the foundation of any competitive event. Participation in the idea of good sportsmanship is demanded from all participants, drivers, owners, parents, sponsors, pit crews and officials. We will treat all participants with respect and expect the same in return. A racer‘s pit area is his castle, therefore please stay out of another racers pit area, especially after you have been involved in an incident with that racer. Drivers, remember that you (regardless of age) are responsible for the actions of your crew, owners, parents and sponsors.


In an effort to enforce our beliefs in the GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP policy the CRSA has set the following system of penalties:

A: Threatening, obscene gestures or foul language aimed at an official or competitor- $100 – $500. B: Rough Riding- $100 – $500.

C: Fighting in the pits or on the track- $200.—$2000. D: Physical Contact with a CRSA official- $200.-$2000.

E: Disqualification and/or suspension may be additional penalties levied.


Suspension will be for a specific number of CRSA sanctioned events and rainouts do not count as a missed event. Fines, Disqualifications and suspensions are at the discretion of the CRSA Officials and Competition Committee. You may appeal your case to the CRSA Management or Owner. All fines levied must be paid or waived by the CRSA Management or Owner before you can resume racing with the CRSA.

The absence of a specific rule does not imply approval, consent or permission regarding the subject.





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If you can’t make it out to the race track this season, LIVE video coverage of every event can still be enjoyed weekly through Land of Legends TV as for the first time ever all LIVE streaming will be offered FREE in 2021. On-line registration at  for a free account is the only step to take.
Also available for download is the LOLR mobile app found at Google Play or
App Store to secure your raceday pass today.
The weekly ticket prices in 2021 at LOLR remain $15 Adults, $13 Seniors, Kids under 16 FREE. For those youngsters needing pit access, Child Season Pit Passes are $30 for 2 & Under and $150 for kids 3-14. Camping is FREE at all race events. To purchase ticket and pit pass bundle packages in advance or discuss marketing opportunities still available at the track this season, please contact LOLR Marketing Director Tana Robinson via e-mail or cell 716-799-5669.

As the curtain drops on the 58th season of motorsports in Canandaigua over the coming weeks, be sure to check out the final point standings and breaking news online by visiting

Land of Legends Raceway is located at the Ontario County Fairgrounds, east of the city on Town Line Road (County Road 10), with easy access off either Exit 43 (Manchester, Route 21 South) or Exit 44 (Farmington, Route 332 South) of the New York State Thruway, just ½-hour southeast of Rochester.


With Haers capturing the Pepsi Big-Block Modified Championship at Land Of Legends Raceway, the time is near to recognize track titlists in the Speed Connection Sportsman, Mike Emhof Motorsports 305 Sprint Car, Eldredge & Sons Scrap Recycling Street Stock and Lloyd’s Contracting Hobby Stock divisions. The final regular-season double-points event is slated for Sept. 4 when Emerson Oil Company/Castrol presents Season Championship Night for those four classes with a non-point “Open” Big-Block/Small-Block Modified Invitational joining the show.

A complete card is on tap for the first of three ‘Saturday Spectaculars’ scheduled in September, with a Waterloo Softball Team Benefit raffle held during the event. Hot lap sessions kick off the show at 5:30pm and heat race qualifiers go green at 6:30pm. Pit gates open at 3:30pm and spectators gain admittance into the Ontario Co. Fairgrounds main grandstands at 5 o’clock.

Live Coverage

Check out often as the latest schedule information for the upcoming season will be posted right up to raceday. To discuss marketing opportunities available at the track in 2021 please contact Tana Robinson via e-mail

Also available for download is the LOLR mobile app found at Google Play

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Land of Legends Raceway is located on County Road 10 at the Ontario County Fairgrounds, just 1-1/2-miles north of Routes 5&20, and is easily accessible from the NYS Thruway (I-90), taking Exit 43 (Manchester, Route 21 South) traveling from the east or Exit 44 (Farmington, Route 332 South) coming from the west.


Saturday Spectacular, Sept. 4 @ 6:30pm; Emerson Oil Company/Castrol presents Season Championship Night Sportsman(double points)/305 Sprint(double points)/Street Stock(double points)/Hobby Stock(double points) plus “Open” Big-Block/Small-Block Modified Invitational(non-point) with Waterloo Softball Team Benefit.

While the mighty Big-Block Modified, Sportsman and Sprint Car open-wheel teams will be away, the Sept. 11 slate remains jam-packed as Howell Properties, LLC presents ‘Full Fender Frenzy’ at the fairgrounds. Top area Street Stockers and Rush Late Model campaigners will be contending for $1,000 top prizes in their 30-lap main events while $750 is on the line for both Hobby Stock and 4-Cylinder winners.

Named in memory of past LOLR Pro Stock champion and driver of the sleek Top Gun #1 machine, reigning track points king Pangrazio will be out to score a third straight title race win in the 10th Les Whyte Top Gun Shootout for Street Stocks. WNY star Dave Schulz claimed the inaugural event in 1999.

On that historic day look for a special on-track tribute to area service men & women as well as our very own LOLR safety crew in a festive pre-race send-off. Fans are encouraged to wear red, white and blue in support and remembrance of those that were lost that tragic day 20 years ago.

Along with recognizing its weekly 50/50 raffle fund beneficiaries, Land of Legends Raceway is proud to salute several sponsors and corporate partners that continue to help bring its fans the best Saturday night racing show in the Northeast. Listed alphabetically are 2021 division sponsors Eldredge & Sons Scrap Recycling, Mike Emhof Motorsports, Pepsi Geneva Club Beverage, Speed Connection, Lloyd’s Contracting; event sponsors Admar Construction Equipment & Supply Company, Always Locked Self Storage, Auction Direct USA, Auto Value Parts Stores, A-Verdi Storage Containers, Cargill, Cazbah Internet Marketing, DC Rauscher Contractor, Donath Motor Worx, Emerson Oil Company/Castrol, Genesee Beer/Coors Light/Twisted Tea, Geneva Club Beverage, Honeoye Auto Parts/Auto Value Parts Stores, Howell Properties LLC, iFreeze Storage & Distribution Center, MP Delivery, Midstate Basement Authorities, Monroe Mechanical Services, Phelps Cement Products, Regional Truck & Trailer, Seneca Auto Sales & Service, Sherwin Williams Paint, Tradition Automotive Group, VanBortel Trucking; promotional partners Baker’s Externinating, Cazbah Internet Marketing, Champion Power Equipment, Dig Safely New York 811, Elab Smokers Boutique, Ferris Mowers, FLX BBQ Company, Hoosier Racing Tire, Lisa Johnson Real Estate Services, Mac’s Dairy Bar & Mini Golf, MighTea Boba, On The Rocks Bar & Grill, Ontario County Fairboard, Phelps Community Center Head Start, The “Original” Red Osier Landmark Restaurant, Schultz Heating & Cooling, Seneca Auto Sales & Service, Superior Plumbing Service, VP Racing Fuels, Weedsport Hall of Fame, Young Real Estate Agency.