2020 Saratoga Speedway Hornet Rules
Any naturally aspirated 4 Cylinder car with a maximum wheelbase of 105.5”. No rotary engine cars, no mid or rear 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’s compartment and door-bar. Vtec, VVT-I, variable cam/valve timing engines NOT allowed. If the factory/OEM “block-stamp” on the engine is modified or tampered with in any way, the engine will be deemed illegal until another engine with the correct and unaltered factory marking is put in.
Hornets will be divided into two classes, Hornet A and Hornet B divisions.
‘A’ Division cars with a lap time lower than 17.800 seconds will be deemed illegal and disqualified with no points from the race/qualification session in which the time was achieved.
‘B’ Division cars with a lap time lower than 19.000 seconds will be deemed illegal and disqualified with no points from the race/qualification session in which the time was achieved.
Once a driver has won the entry level Hornet ‘B’ Points Championship or any Championship in other classes, they cannot compete in the ‘B’ division any longer.
Although genuine safety concerns are encouraged to be brought up, drivers shall not approach the Hornet Tech Director or Speedway Staff with the intention of pointing out rule violations on other race cars. Racers may dispute other cars through an official process.
Tech Director/Speedway Officials may overrule the directives laid out in this document at any time.