Stafford Springs, CT — Stafford Motor Speedway has released rulebooks for each of its five NASCAR Whelen All-American Racing Series divisions for the 2010 season. All five rulebooks can be found online at SMS Online located at www.staffordspeedway.com by clicking on the DOWNLOADS/RULES tab found on the home page. All rules changes from 2009 to 2010 are highlighted in red bold, italicized, and underlined type.
“Finalizing our 2010 rules this early in the off-season allows our regular competitors as well as any new competitors that are looking to race with us next year to see what they need for their cars and they can begin their off season work to get a head start on the 2010 season,” said SMS COO/GM Mark Arute. “The fewer changes we make, the less changes our competitors have to make to their cars over the off-season. We had great car counts and excellent competition in each of our five divisions this year and we anticipate another great season in 2010.”
Stafford’s two open wheel modified divisions have virtually no changes for the 2010 season. The SK Modified® Spec Engine can run Sunoco Supreme gasoline and there is a clarification on the SK Modified® intake manifold rule for both spec and non-spec engines. There were also adjustments to the rearview mirror rule, and the roll bar rule has been updated to include anti-intrusion plates and a foot protection bar. The SK Light Modified division has changed only the Engine Exhaust Rule, allowing Kooks mufflers and allowing an S.F.I. harmonic balancer. For the SK Light division, the minimum age requirement for drivers has been lowered to 15 years of age.
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