Attention All Competitors
First of all I would like to thank everyone who has
participated at Tri-County Motor Speedway so far this season
and if you haven’t visited us yet this season I invite you
to visit us on a Friday night. I want to thank everyone for
their patience as we have worked hard to get a new crew of
officials familiar with our system and working with each of
you who compete with us.
Our new technical director Kenny Sigmon has inherited the
title of race director at TCMS and has done a very good job of
listening to our competitors and offering suggestions to
ensure things go as smooth as possible for each of you on race
night and has worked to make sure that we have a fair and
level playing field for each of you in your respective
We have made minor adjustments to our rule book that is
posted on the website www.tricountymotorspeedway.com and I
also want to take the time to refresh many of you on rules
that are already listed on our General Rules section that some
of you have had questions about. We are listing this
information in an attempt to improve communication between our
officials and our competitors. We hope that this will assist
you in making your experience at TCMS a more enjoyable one and
that you will be able to work within our rules to protect
yourself and the track from any miscommunication in the
I know many of you have many choices on where you can race
and on behalf of TCMS owners Tony & Kim Casola I thank you
for choosing TCMS. If I can be of any service to you or if you
have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me at
anytime as I have an “open door” policy of communication.
Please do not take rumors as fact until you speak with me.
This will help things go smoothly at the track which is what I
want for you as a competitor.
The updated information will be listed by division unless
it is a general rule for all divisions at the track.
Thanks for your time,
GENERAL RULES INFORMATION
(All listed rules are either already listed in rulebook or
1. All cars are required to run a muffler. No exceptions.
(Before you jump to conclusions the track parts supplier has a
muffler that costs $15 and can easily be inserted and removed
so you can compete at other tracks that do not require
2. All Late Model competitors are required to by eight (8)
gallons of track fuel at $6.25 per gallon. The Street Stock
and Pepsi Super Stock competitors are required to only buy
three (3) gallons of fuel. (Failure to do so will result in
$50 held out of late model purse checks and $18.75 withheld in
Street Stock and Pepsi Super Stock checks.
3. All cars must have minimum total weight required for
their car and/or division on the left side of the hood or
fender. They must also have right side weight listed as well.
4. NO PROFANITY is allowed to ANY TCMS competitor,
employee, official, security personnel. I will not tolerate my
officials or employees using profanity nor do I expect them to
tolerate it from competitors or anyone in the pits. TCMS
reserves the right to fine or revoke pit pass on any
5. No intoxicating malt beverages and/or liquors or
controlled substances are to be consumed before or during any
race event by anyone in the pit area. Drivers assume full
responsibility for actions of their crew members.
6. TCMS reserves the right to require sponsor decals on
cars. Pepsi Super Stock cars are required to run PEPSI decals
on windshield. Decals are provided by Pepsi and the Speedway
at no cost to the competitor. Baton Tire Fast & Furious
cars are required o run decals on cars. Failure to do so will
make competitor subject to no post season point fund awards.
7. Any use of an unauthorized tire or tires, any competitor
who treats a tire in any manner detected by TCMS Officials;
disqualification, confiscate tire and wheel, fine, loss of
championship points. Tire soaking will result in a $100 fine
Late Model Stock Rules Addendums
1. Car height minimum is 4” on rocker panel and body and
4” at the nose.
2. All cars must have a muffler.
3. All tires used in competition either used or new MUST be
purchased at the track. NO EXCEPTIONS.
4. Cars must complete at least 35 laps in their event to
leave tires. Rule effective June 15, 2007. If a car falls out
prior to completing 35 laps they can leave all four tires and
use them over the next two weeks and will only be required to
buy used tires over their next two races.
5. EFFECTIVE JULY 20, 2007 all Late Model Stock competitors
will be required to put their new tires on the left side of
the car. If a new car arrives after July 13, 2007 for the
first time they will have to put the new tires on the left
side of the car and put the two used on the right side of the
car. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Street Stock Addendums
1. Racing Starters are allowed.
2. Aluminum water pumps are allowed. (Stock type only)
3. Car height minimum is 5” on rocker panel and body and
5” at the nose.
Super Stock Addendums
1. All cars competing with ZZ4 Crate Motor are allowed to
run a 390 4bbl. Carburetor at 3,150 lbs.
2. All trunks must be enclosed in steel for safety. Magnet
must stick to metal used.
Tri County Minis
1. Effective June 8, 2007 NO SUSPENSION CARS ALLOWED.
Mini Stock Division
Due to low car counts all season long, the Mini Stock
division will not compete at the track until further notice.