2020 whpmp team summit facts
For 2020, Wildhorse Pass Motorsports Park will be hosting double race weekends – with eliminations held on Saturday and Sunday for the first 6 events. Race 7 and 8 will be held in April and May 2020.
Have your NHRA Competition License, Applicable Safety Equipment, Filled Out Tech Card, and all applicable certifications noted PRIOR to entering tech line.
- ET Motorcycle (1/4 mile 7.50 – 15.99)
- NHRA Competition License required if 6.39 or quicker on 1/8 mile & 9.99 or quicker on 1/4 mile
- Nitrous Oxide is Prohibited
- Crosstalk is NOT utilized in this category
- SUPER PRO IS RACED ON THE 1/4 mile at WildHorse Pass Motorsports Park
Summit series bracket guidelines for ET Motorcycle:
- Computer: Prohibited unless stock OEM equipment. See general regulations 9:1.
- Data Recorder: Permitted. See general regulations 9:2&9:9.
- Delay Boxes: Permitted. One box/device only attached to trans brake and/or throttle timer only. Delay box may only display delay amount. All wiring must be clearly identifiable for inspection.
- Trans brake: Permitted.
- Line lock: Four-wheel line lock permitted.
- Automated Shifter: Permitted.
- Throttle control: Permitted per NHRA rulebook
- Ignition: Stutter boxes prohibited. Starting line and or ‘high side’ rev limiters permitted. Two-steps, rev limiters or any other rpm limiting devices, legal unto themselves but altered or installed so as to function as a down-track rpm controller, prohibited.
- Switches & Buttons: All switches and/or buttons must be standard mechanical connection type. Infrared lasers, retinal scan, fingerprint, light source or other non-mechanical type switch prohibited.
- NHRA Pacific Division 7 uses TRUSTART timing system in Super Pro, Pro, and Sportsman ET categories. TRUSTART is NOT used in ET Motorcycle.
Double-Bulbing – Taking Too Much Stripe – Going Trip Zip…all terminology we use frequently at the drag strip, especially in Super Pro ET Racing.
This video by Gallstar TV provides a real-world look at some of the common bracket racing verbiage used at the track. It’s a great video to show to new racers, crew members, or sponsors – so enjoy.
Resources for Racers
NHRA Competition License Requirements – SUPER PRO
To compete in Super Pro, all drivers must have a valid and current NHRA Competition License.
For vehicles running from 9.99 to 7.50 – you’ll need a LEVEL 4 or 6 licenses. Vehicles quicker than 7.50 will require a LEVEL 3 license. Vehicles under 125″ wheelbase requires a “B” code – while vehicles over 125″ wheelbase requires an “A” code.
To download license forms, click the link below.