-2wd 17.5 Rookie (17.5 No ESC timing) (Any 2wd 1/10 buggy, stadium truck or short course truck)
-2wd Spt. 17.5 Buggy (17.5 No ESC timing)
-2wd Exp. 17.5 Buggy (17.5 No ESC timing)
-2wd 40+ Buggy (13.5 Max, No ESC timing)
-2wd Open Buggy
-2wd 17.5 Stadium Truck (17.5 No ESC timing)
-2wd 13.5 Stadium Truck (13.5 No ESC timing)
-4wd Spt. 13.5 Buggy (13.5 No ESC timing)
-4wd Exp. 13.5 Buggy (13.5 No ESC timing)
-4wd Open Buggy
-2wd 17.5 Short Course (17.5 No ESC timing)
-2wd 13.5 Short Course (17.5 No ESC timing)
Rules for the 2019 JBRL Electric Series:
-Points fund is back! $5 of each entry goes into the pointís 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. For rounds 1-6 we will take $5 of each entry into the pointís fund, for round 7 we will take $10 of each entry into the pointís fund and for round 8 no money will go into the pointís fund. This is done so that the money can be ready for hand out at the finals.
-1st entry $35, each additional entry $25.
-All 17.5 & 13.5 motors must be ROAR approved and on the ROAR approved list. Certain motors will be taken apart, inspected and sealed by the JBRL staff at each round. Top qualifier of each class per round and top 3 finishers in the ďAĒ mains will be inspected and sealed.
-Certain ROAR rules will be enforced at the discretion of the JBRL race director & tech crew.
-Fastest single laps/times will be used to qualify a driver into their respective main event.
-All 17.5 & 13.5 class batteries must be under 8.49V.
-2S LIPOís only for all classes.
-No timing or boost is allowed in the speed control for all 17.5 & 13.5 classes. Timing is allowed in the motor.
-All 2wd Rookie class motors must be 17.5 or ready to run kit motors.
-No spoilers or wings will be allowed on the short course bodies in all short course classes.
-Awards for top 3 in the "A" mains at each event.
-Awards for the 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 1/10 scale "A" mains are 6 minute races. All lower mains and qualifiers will be 5 minutes.
-Racers must attend 5 of 8 races to be eligible for end of series awards.
-Top 3 points finishers in 2wd Rookie, 2wd Spt. 17.5 Buggy & 4wd Spt. 13.5 Buggy at end of series must move up to next higher 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 rounds may have an adjusted start time based on number of entries and facility regulations.
-For more info call 661-645-1652, visit www.jimmybabcock.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
-No chassis sponsored drivers of any percentage are allowed in 2wd Rookie, 2wd Spt. 17.5 Buggy & 4wd Spt. 13.5 Buggy.
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 ďAĒ 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 2019 JBRL champion. Will it be you?