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Ivy Bluff Mud Bog Rules & Class Information


Mini Bog - Any Battery Power Wheels

Ages 3-6 - No Entry Fee


Mini Lawn Mower Bog

 

Ages 7-13

Must have stock lawn mowers

Must remove deck. Must have helmets

Can have tractor or cleated tires

$5.00 Entry Fee.


Ivy Bluff Mud Bog 2009 Rules

1. New Starting Time For 2009 will be 5pm. Drivers meeting will be at 4:30. It is Mandatory that you be registered and attend drivers meeting. Anyone registering after 5:00 will run E class. Each driver needs to mark there truck with class and number. For Example. A-I, B-I2 this will help us run our show smoother and faster. We are doing this to keep from cutting classes or cutting runs. With your help we are trying to run everything twice. But we reserve the right to change the show due to number of trucks.

2. No spectators in mud pit area. Absolutely no passengers, drivers only Seat belt and helmet must be worn while in mud pit, each truck must pass inspection and have an Ivy Bluff inspection stickers before entering their class. Once entering the pit, all drivers must stop, put truck in park or neutral, holding hands up while strap is being hooked & unhooked. Speed limited 5 mph in parking area.

3. Drivers must be at least 14 years of age. Picture ID and parents signature are required if younger than 18 years of age. All drivers must sign waiver, releasing track and sponsors from all responsibility, and liabilities.

4. You must be prepared and able to run when your name is called and it is your turn. If you are not prepared or your truck want start etc .. You will lose your turn and we will go to the next truck. The show must go on. All runs will begin from a standing start at the starting line. The first run will be clocked or measured. Whatever the time or measurement is, stands. The driver must tell the Track Official that shelhe wants to stay with the time or measurement. The second run is optional. If the driver thinks that shelhe can make a better time or measurement then shelhe can make the second run, but you are not forced to. You are only allowed to back up one time. You must keep forward motion the rest of the time you are in mud pit area, or you will be disqualified.

5. There are three Track Officials who make all the decisions at the Ivy Bluff Mud Bog; Joe Duggin, Barry Mitchell and Tech man. When these three Track Officials make a decision .. .it is final. Regardless of what these rules may say, or how you may determine them. For example: Tire size does not qualify you for that class, it is just a guideline. Ifwe find you're too hot for A or B class, you may be bumped up, regardless of tire size. Diesel trucks will be allowed to run according to class we put them in. We have the last say in every situation. We reserve the right to refuse anyone truck or person from running in the Ivy Bluff Mud Bog due to safety or attitude. So smile ... be nice, and lets all have a good time.


Ivy Bluff Class Info 



Class A - Stock: Tire limit. 35" 'DOT' Tires: No cutting or re-grooving of any kind on tires. Full bodied street legal trucks or jeeps. Single line carb or factory injection. Must be OEM blocks and heads. No big cam motors. If cam sounds too big, it will be checked by track officials. Has to pull 15 lbs of vacuum at 1000 rpms. No nitrous. No refabricating or moving anything from front bumper to rear bumper. No cutting or gutting allowed. Must have 2" ball on bumper or hitch for hook up. No uncapped headers. No high rpm stall converters. Must have complete exhaust system.


Class B - Super Stock: Tire limit 39.5" 'DOT' Tires: No cutting or re-grooving of any kind on tires. Full bodied street legal trucks or jeeps. Single line carb or factory injection. Must be OEM blocks and heads. No big cam motors. If cam sounds too big, it will be checked by track officials. Has to pull 15 lbs of vacuum at 1000 rpms. No nitrous. No refabricating or moving anything from front bumper to rear bumper. No cutting or gutting allowed. Must have 2" ball on bumper or hitch for hook up. No uncapped headers. No high rpm stall converters. Must have complete exhaust system.


Class C - Modified: Tire limit 39.5" 'DOT Tires: Cab over trucks and jeeps. Cutting and re-grooving allowed. No paddles tires. No scoopers, etc. Must have factory frame. No railing or tube frames. No homemade chassis. No 3 links. Traction bars or rap bars on front and rear are okay. Bumpers not required. No fiberglass bodies, but you can change bodies as long as it fits wheel base. For example: I have a 1986 Chevy truck, but it has a '55 Chevy body, that is okay as long as it fits the wheel base. OEM blocks alum and after market heads are allowed. Must have front & back glass or safety glass ok. One duel line carbo Racing fuel allowed. Fuel systems will be checked. No nitrous. Must have 2" ball on bumper or hitch for hook up. No home made transmissions or transfer cases. Uncapped headers acceptable -up or down draft. No line locks. Here you go alum heads are in BUT we are reserving the rights at a future date that you may be required to run safety equipment such as SFI approved balancers, blow proof bell housing, SFI fly wheels etc ... This will depend on the driver, the truck and the ,safety factor.


Class D - Super Modified: Tire limit 44" DOT Tires:Cab over trucks and jeeps. Cutting and re-grooving allowed. No paddles tires. No scoopers, etc. Must have factory frame. No railing or tube frames. No homemade chassis. No 3 links. Traction bars or rap bars on front and rear are okay. Bumpers not required. No fiberglass bodies, but you can change bodies as long as it fits wheel base. For example: I have a 1986 Chevy truck, but it has a '55 Chevy body, that is okay as long as it fits the wheel base. OEM blocks alum and after market heads are allowed. Must have front & back shield, glass or safety glass ok. One duel line carbo Racing fuel allowed. Fuel systems will be checked. No nitrous. Must have 2" ball on bumper or hitch for hook up. No home made transmissions or transfer cases. Uncapped headers acceptable- Up or Down draft headers. No line locks. Here you go alum heads are in BUT we are reserving the rights at a future date that you may be required to run safety equipment such as SFI approved balancers, blow proof bell housing, SFI fly wheels etc ... This will depend on the driver, the truck ,safety factor.


Class E - Outlaw: Tire limit 49" DOT Tires: If your ride does not fit in A, B, C, or D class, then you are probably Outlaw. Not a whole lot of rules for Outlaw, except no nitrous. But again we may require more safety equipment, again we reserve the right to refuse any vehicle from running in this class due to safety reasons. These decisions will be made at the track on the night of each run. 

 

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