Off-Road Classes

Four or more entries make a class. Therefore, any class may race if enough people show up. Listed below are the classes that typically have a consistent turn out.
  • 1/10th Novice
  • 1/10th 17.5 Short Course (blinky mode esc)
  • 1/10th 2WD Short Course Truck Mod
  • 1/10th 4WD Short Course Truck Mod (Electric/Nitro)
  • 1/10th 2WD Buggy Mod
  • 1/10th 4wd buggy
  • 1/8th Buggy (Electric/Nitro)
  • 1/8th Truggy

Off-Road Class Rules

  • Qualifier races are staggered (IFMAR) start. Each driver will race on their own 5 minute clock.
  • Drivers are responsible for transponders working, if they do not work during a race, it will treated just like a DNF.  This goes for personal and house transponders!  Race director nor club officials cannot keep up with non-counting trucks and buggies.
  • Main event races will be 10 minutes long for  1/10th scale classes and all electric 1/8th scale classes, and 15 minutes long for all nitro 1/8th scale classes. Classes that are mixed nitro and electric will run for a time agreed upon by the racers in that class.
  • All 1/10th scale electric classes may use either 6 or 7 cell NiCd or NiMh batteries, or 2 cell Lithium Polymer batteries. All 1/8th scale electric classes are limited to 4 cell Lithium Polymer batteries.
  • Unless otherwise noted, classes have no motor limit and no restrictions on hop-up parts or tire compound. All vehicles must conform to ROAR rules for dimensions, weight, and body style for their class. Short course classes are required to run short course style tires and wheels as outlined in the ROAR rulebook page 68 (no stadium truck tires or 1/8th scale tires in the short course classes).
  • A breakout time will be enforced for the Novice class. Laps faster than the breakout time will not count. The breakout time will be announced during the drivers meeting and may change throughout the year based on the current track layout and conditions.
  • Drivers that enter the Novice class will not be allowed to enter additional classes on the same race day. The intent of this rule is to prevent the accidents that occur when the speed and skill difference between racers is large. The race director can move a fast Novice driver to another class during the race day if necessary.
  • The 17.5 Short Course class allows short course trucks and buggies with aftermarket parts and tires to compete in a motor controlled class. Allowable motors are the Losi LOSB9999 brushed motor, Traxxas TRA3785 Titan brushed motor, or any 17.5 brushless motor used with an ESC without timing advance (e.g. no Turbo Mode, no Boost). Batteries are limited as described in the previous line item.

Dirt Oval Classes

  • 1/10th 17.5 Late Model
  • 1/10th Short Course Late Model
  • 17.5 Bomber
  • 1/10th 13.5 Street Stock
  • 1/10th 17.5 Sprint Car

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Dirt Oval Class Rules

1/10th 17.5 Late Model

  • Any roar legal 17.5 motor
  • Rotor has to be ROAR Spec Rotors 12.3 or 12.5 NO mod rotors or 13mm rotors
  • Stator resistance must be 21 Ohms or higher per pole NOT an average of the 3 poles. This will be check at a temperature of 80F using the track ohmmeter. 
  • Speed control must be in stock spec mode (blinky) or a locked timing speed control.
  • The body must meet the DODC body rules.
  • Minimum weight is 53 ounces.
  • Tires must be foam.

1/10th Short Course Late Model

  • 2015 SCORA SLM Rules:
  • Section 1:
    • Chassis:
      • Must be a 2 wheel drive SC Truck or SC Buggy. No 4wd conversions. 
      • Aftermarket chassis ok - must be a production chassis - no homemade chassis.
      • Springs and Shocks must be SC based and can run any oil and piston combo.
      • Aftermarket control arms ok.
      • Battery - no offset battery
        • a.) May mount in parallel centerline of chassis.
        • b.) may mount in horizontal centerline of chassis
        • c.) Saddle packs ok. Must mount like a stock pack and must "butt" together.
      • Must have a "stock type" short course truck rear bumper. 
      • Minimum wheelbase: 12.50" from front axle to rear axle at ride height.
  • Section 2:
    • Electronics:
      • Any 2-cell 7.4 lipo (hard case preferred - if soft case must have lexan battery cover completely covering battery and battery compartment) or up to a 6 cell NiCd/NiMh
      • Any speed controller. Any setting. 
      • Any 540 or 550 motor. No 1/8 scale motors. 
        • a.) Rear motor or mid motor mounting ok.
        • b.) Motor must mount perpendicular to chassis
      • No steering or throttle assist devises of any type.
  • Section 3:
    • Bodies:
      • Late model bodies required for SLM
      • Molded one-piece bodies only.
      • No hand fabricated bodies allowed.
      • One rear spoiler allowed (sect. 4)
      • Decking is allowed. Any windows may be removed.
      • No additional modifications other than spoiler and decking allowed.
      • There will be no metal body parts of any kind.
      • All bodies must be approved.
      • Approved Body list:
        • C&M 2011 "Assassin"
        • C&M-2009 "ATOMIC"
        • C&M 2011 "Atomic SC"
        • Losi# losa8096
        • Ofna# 31143
        • RJ Speed# 1015
        • RJ Speed# 1030
        • A+ one piece
        • 2009 Stalker
        • 2010 Stalker SS
        • 2011 Stalker SC
        • 2010 Onstat Bullet
        • 2013 Onstat Bullet 2
        • 2014 Bones Motorsports LB1
        • 2014 Mach 1
      • All SLM bodies must have a visible number on both sides for identification and scale realism. Roof numbers are encouraged but not mandatory.
      • All SLM bodies must be open in rear. Wheel wells must be open.
  • Section 4:
    • Rear Spoiler Specs:
      • One rear spoiler allowed
      • Rear spoiler must not exceed the width of the body at the rear quarter panels - may mount flush with inside or outside of end caps.
      • Rear spoiler 3" max material from deck.
      • The end caps must be a triangle shape and fit within the template (See template) - wicker bends up to .250" allowed on top edge of end caps.
      • You may have one fin on the spoiler and two side caps.
      • The third fin must be no larger than the side cap and can be located anywhere on the spoiler between the two side caps. The fin must mount parallel to the side caps.
      • The spoiler must mount to the rear most portion of the body OR on top of a molded in rear spoiler.
  • Section 5:
    • Wheel & Tire Specs:
      • Wheels must be the 2.2/3.0 SC wheels, no 1/10 ST or 1/8 buggy wheels 
      • No 1/8 wheel adapters of any kind.
      • Any offset ok
      • Tires must be the 2.2/3.0 SC rubber tires. Any pattern or compound. NO Foam Tires!

17.5 Bomber

  • Requires a short course style chassis (truck or buggy) with the battery mounted along the centerline of the chassis, SPEC 17.5 brushless motor, a fixed timing speed control, rubber short course style tires, and one of the following Parma bodies:
    • Speed Shop Delivery SC - ‪#‎1242
    • Speed‬ Shop Hauler SC Truck -#1241
    • FIFTY FIVE SC BAJA - #1238
    • FIFTY SIX SC BAJA - #1240
    • 69 MUSCLE SC BAJA - #1244
    • 71 MUSCLE SC BAJA - #1245
    • 72 MUSCLE SC BAJA - #1246

1/10th 13.5 Street Stock

  • Any 13.5 brushless motor
  • The speed control (ESC) must be in blinky (fixed timing) mode
  • Any 1/10th scale stock 2wd off-road buggy chassis with the battery mounted down the centerline of the chassis and the motor mounted behind the rear axles. The front kick-up angle must remain stock.
  • Any 2S Lipo battery
  • Must run one of the Street Stock bodies available from McAllister Racing
  • The Street Stock body must stay in the molded shape the way it came from the manufacturer
  • No Street Stock bodies will be allowed to have wing or spoiler mounted to the rear of the car
  • There is a minimum weight limit of 54oz

1/10th 17.5 Sprint Car

  • Any ROAR legal 17.5 motor
  • Rotor has to be ROAR Spec Rotors 12.3 or 12.5 NO mod rotors or 13mm rotors
  • Since ROAR does not specify a resistance number for stators in there rules we as a track an series will.
  • Resistance per our track an series will be 21 or higher per each pole NOT an average of the 3 poles. This will be check at a temp of 80 degrees on tracks meter. Speed control must be in stock spec mode (blinky) or a locked timing speed control. 
  • The body must meet the DODC body rules.
  • Minimum weight 55 ounces
  • The only tires allowed will be the custom works sticker tire Standard compound only. High bite compound is not allowed.