Rage Indy Index
I. Class Description: Indy Index is a multi-index race of vehicles from early to late model automobiles only.
II. Designation: II/A,B,C or D followed by permanent number.
a. II/A = 10.50.
b. II/B = 11.00.
c. II/C = 11.50.
d. II/D = 12.00.
III. Format: Indy Rage Index is a 1/4 mile dial-in Class Eliminator run on a .400 pro tree with a pro ladder. Courtesy Staging and Autostart are in effect. Timeout is 10 seconds.
IV. Race Procedures:
a. Staging lanes: No cooling is allowed in the staging lanes.
b. Burn Out: Over the line burnouts are not allowed in Rage Indy Index.
i. All II/A cars will run time trials as a class. Top four closest to their index will advance to class Semi-Finals.
ii. All II/B cars will run time trials as a class. Top four closest to their index will advance to class Semi-Finals.
iii. All II/C cars will run time trials as a class. Top four closest to their index will advance to class Semi-Finals.
iv. All II/D cars will run time trials as a class. Top four closest to their index will advance to class Semi-Finals.
d. Class Semi-Finals: The four cars in each index will compete for two rounds to determine a class winner.
e. Class Eliminator: The winners of the four classes will draw numbers to determine pairings in the eliminator.
i. The car that qualified closest to the applicable index will draw an opponent, and will have lane choice.
ii. The remaining two cars will be paired against each other, with the car that qualified closest to the applicable index having lane choice.
f. Class Finals: The winners of the Class Eliminator round will face off, with lane choice going to the competitor closest to the Index during the Class Eliminator round.
V. Engine: Any Combination allowed in Indy Rage Index.
VI. Fuel: Any fuel except nitromethane, polypropylene, and/or hydrazine.
VII. Drivetrain: Any transmission type.
VIII. Chassis: Vehicle must have current NHRA chassis certification and safety equipment appropriate for ET, speed and weight.
a. Cars: Indy Rage Index classes are reserved for full-bodied cars with full fenders, hoods, grille, top, windshield and functional doors.
a. Delay boxes and/or timed throttle stops prohibited.
b. Mechanical type throttle stops permitted. Any adjustment during run prohibited
c. Timers of any kind associated with, but not limited to, fuel and/or nitrous delivery, throttle control, vehicle performance criteria, etc. are strictly prohibited.
d. Transmission brakes permitted.
e. Air or electric shifters permitted.
i. Drive must active the shift process no timers are allowed.
XI. Tires: Slicks or drag radials D.O.T Race Tire may be used.