Do you think your hot rod handles pretty well? Put it to the test on the Ridetech Camaro Performers Magazine autocross course. The autocross is a low speed competition designed to highlight the handling, acceleration and braking of your ride. The wide sweepers, tight hairpins, chicanes and slalom sections of the course will keep your adrenaline pumping from start to finish. See below for classes, rules and safety requirements!
*This year's LS Fest will only feature the Street Tire class.
**See tire description in rules
- The registered owner must drive the vehicle for all events.
- All drivers will be required to sign a liability waiver. Passengers must be at least 18 years of age and will be required to sign the same liability waiver as driver.
- A mandatory driver/passenger meeting will be held prior to the first competition.
- Only official wrist banded drivers and passengers may ride in the cars on the track/course. No more than one passenger will be allowed and that passenger must ride in the front passenger seat.
- All prize-eligible vehicles must represent a street capable vehicle with a strong resemblance to a current or former production model. No purpose built race cars or kit cars will qualify for awards in the autocross or speed stop event. The only open-wheeled vehicles allowed are '34-and-older domestic vehicles and replicas thereof. Other vehicles such as production “concept” cars may be allowed.
- All competitors must have current registration, proof of insurance, and a current driver's license.
- Each entrant will be issued a number and class that must be clearly visible on the windshield, side windows or rear window. White shoe polish is acceptable.
- Participants must use DOT approved street tires. Tires will be required to pass a technical inspection at the track. Street tires are defined as any treaded, non-competition tire with a 200 tread wear rating or higher.
- Competitors must use a single set of tires for the entire event, no tire changing between events will be allowed. Tires will be marked during tech. Tire changes will be allowed in the event of a catastrophic failure, but replacements must be of the same manufacturer and model as those approved during tech inspection.
- Helmet use is required (SA2000) for both drivers and passengers. The autocross course design will attempt to keep speeds below 45 M.P.H.
- Participating cars must pass a basic safety inspection that will include but may not be limited to the following:
- Functional seatbelts.
- Proper brake pedal pressure and travel.
- Sufficient throttle return spring and secured battery.
- All lug nuts in place and tight.
- Hubcaps/clip-on center caps are to be removed.
- All loose items must be removed from vehicle.
(Floor mats, things hanging from rearview mirror, cassettes, CDs, and glove box, console, trunk items.)
- On board fire extinguisher – A 2.5 lb. Minimum, automotive BC fire extinguisher, with a secure quick-release mounting bracket. The extinguisher must be within easy reach of the driver.
- Each segment of the event will be timed to 0.00.00. There is no maximum number of runs. Winners will be the vehicles with the lowest time.
- A :02-second penalty per cone knocked over will be assessed during the autocross.
- A :04-second time penalty for exceeding the finish line stop box will be assessed during the autocross
- A runoff between the quickest five vehicles will be held. The single fastest lap is the autocross champion. Normal penalties will be in place.
- Race director and event organizers will have COMPLETE discretion to deny or remove from competition anyone in the event for any reason.
- The autocross and speed stop challenge may be run rain or shine at event organizer’s discretion.
The Autocross event will count toward the Holley LS Fest Grand Champion award for competitors who compete in Drag Race, Autocross, Speed Stop and Show-n-Shine.
* Event organizers reserve the right to change rules and class descriptions up to event time to promote fair and safe competition.
Chevy High Performance Magazine – Chevy High Noon Shootout
Chevy High Performance magazine is proud to announce their “Chevy High Noon Shootout” for the 2013 Holley LS Fest. The High Noon Shootout will offer three individual events throughout the weekend, including an Outlaw 8.5 heads up race at noon on Friday, autocross challenge at noon on Saturday, and Chevy High Performance Best of Show at noon on Sunday for the Show-N-Shine.
The winner of the Chevy High Noon Shootout will receive a $500 Holley Parts Gift Certificate.
High Noon Shootout Results
Each winner per class will receive $500 Cash + Jacket + Plaque + $1,000 Certificate Toward Ridetech Products.