Wild horse Pass Motorsports Park Summit ET Racing Series

Super Pro Category

The Super Pro Category at WHPMP is the quickest and fastest of our ET racing series. Racers driving long-wheel-based dragsters, door cars, altereds, and door cars running 7.00 to 11.99-seconds in the quarter-mile. Vehicles running quicker than 9.99 require a driver with a current NHRA Competition License. To compete for championship points, a WHPMP Team Summit Membership is required. 

2020 WHPMP Team Summit Facts

For 2020, Wild Horse 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.

  • SUPER PRO ET (1/4 mile 7.00 – 11.99) 
  • NHRA Competition License required if 6.39 or quicker on 1/8 mile & 9.99 or quicker on 1/4 mile
  • Engine diaper is required if 9.99 or quicker
  • All vehicles must conform to applicable 11.49 and quicker safety rules.
  • Section 4B Advanced ET rules apply to anyone running quicker than 7.50 during event.
  • SUPER PRO IS RACED ON THE 1/4 mile at WildHorse Pass Motorsports Park

Summit series bracket guidelines for Super Pro:

 

  1. Computer:  Prohibited unless stock OEM equipment. See general regulations 9:1.
  2. Data Recorder: Permitted. See general regulations 9:2&9:9.
  3. 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.
  4. Trans brake:  Permitted.
  5. Line lock:  Four-wheel line lock permitted.
  6. Automated Shifter:  Permitted.
  7. Throttle control:  Permitted per NHRA rulebook
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. NHRA Pacific Division 7 uses TRUSTART timing system in Super Pro, Pro, and Sportsman ET categories.
  11. Racers may opt to disable “CROSSTALK”. In order to do so, the racer must have their dial-in displayed on the left-hand side of their vehicle followed immediately by the letter “N”. An example – if the racer is dialed in for 9.00, their window or dial in board must read 9.00N. Once entered in the timing system, the scoreboard dial in will display with a (-) prior to the dial in. IT IS THE RACERS SOLE RESPONSIBILITY TO VERIFY THE SCOREBOARD INDICATES CROSSTALK OFF PRIOR TO STAGING.

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.

Download License Forms

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