2020 Saratoga Speedway Figure 8 Rules
Any naturally aspirated 4 Cylinder car with a maximum wheelbase of 105.5”. No rotary engine cars, no 4-cylinder Ford Fairmont’s, no turbocharged/supercharged engines, no All-Wheel Drives allowed. Complete stock steel body, interior, frame, and suspension. NO bracing anywhere except inside the driver/passenger’s compartment and door-bar.
Figure 8 cars must not have a horsepower rating above 155hp.
Conduct of the Class
Figure 8 at Saratoga Speedway is classified as a “Contact Class” and will be observed/ flagged as such. This means there will be bumps, rubbing, and spins made in a safe and controlled manner. Malicious hits/contact will not be tolerated and will be penalized in accordance with the severity of the incident.
If you have any complaints, disputes, problems, or questions, only the Driver and one representative from your team/pit may approach an Official, in a civil manner to resolve the situation.
Two vertical upright posts located directly behind the driver/passenger seat required at a minimum with one cross pipe between. You may either have a single hoop rollover bar or a 2” OD pipe or equivalent steel upright, with steel mounting plates minimum ¼” thick and 12”x12” on each end, mounted vertical from roof to floor pan located behind the driver’s seat. Roll bars and uprights must be bolted with 4 or more minimum ½” bolts with large washers per plate to the floor pan and roof.
5. All vehicles are subject to tech and safety inspection. If your vehicle fails tech or safety inspection, a detailed explanation of the faults and how to rectify these shortcomings will be provided. If repairs cannot be made, the vehicle may not be allowed to race.