Nitro classes:

 Rookie Nitro (Buggy & Truggy run together)

 Sportsman Truggy

 Open Truggy

 Sportsman Buggy

 Intermediate Buggy

 Expert Buggy

 40+ Nitro Buggy

 Electric 1/8

 Rules for the 2017 JBRL Nitro Series:

 -Points fund is back! $5 of each entry goes into the point’s fund which will be paid out to the top 5 in each class at the end of the series. All money will be divided equally among all classes.

 

-1st entry $35, each additional entry $25.

 

-Certain ROAR rules may be enforced at the discretion of the JBRL race director & tech crew.

 

-Awards for top 3 in the "A" mains at each event.

 

-Awards for top 10 at end of series.

 

-Two qualifiers and single mains at each event.

 

-The number of vehicles in a qualifying race or main event may vary depending on the track/drivers stand size.

 

-Best 5 races count, 3 throw outs.

 

-2 car bump up format.

 

-All qualifying races are 5 minutes long, nitro main event lengths will vary with attendance, racer cooperation and track amenities/accommodations.

 

-Electric 1/8 scale "A" main will be 10 minutes in length.

 

-Racers must attend 5 of 8 events to be eligible for end of series awards.

 

-Top 3 finishers in Rookie Nitro must move up into the Sportsman classes.

 

-Top 3 finishers in Sportsman Buggy & Sportsman Truggy must move up into the next higher class.

 

-Top finisher in Intermediate Buggy must move up into the Expert Buggy class.

 

-No pre entries, registration the morning of the event, at the track. Some events will have registration the day before.

 

-Practice from 6am to 8am. Racing begins @ 8:30am. Some tracks have a morning curfew therefore we are not allowed to fire engines until 7am.

 

-For more info call 661-645-1652, visit www.jimmybabcock.com or e-mail race@jimmybabcock.com.

 

-No chassis sponsored drivers of any percentage are allowed in the Rookie class.

 

-No 100% chassis sponsored drivers are allowed in the Sportsman classes.

 

The JBRL awards you points for how well you finish in each main event race. Points are awarded as follows:

 

1st place = 100 points

2nd place = 99 points

3rd place = 98 points etc.

1 bonus point for top qualifying.

1 bonus point for each race attended.

First tie breaker will be your first highest throw out.

Second tie breaker will be you second highest throw out.

Third tie breaker will be your third highest throw out.

Fourth tie breaker will be who had the most "A" main victories.

Fifth tie breaker will be who had the most 2nd place “A” main finishes, etc.

 

The racer with the most points in each class, when counting the best 5 out of 8 results at the end of the season will be crowned the 2017 JBRL champion! Will it be you?