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Bandolero Draw Procedure and other CNS Details

posted May 11, 2018, 9:15 AM by Larrel Scott - RMLRA   [ updated May 11, 2018, 9:15 AM ]

CNS BANDOLERO DRAW PROCEDURE


20 CAR FIELD

Fast Dash


Draw from driver’s car numbers racing in the Fast Dash that night (all drivers put their car number into the hat)
  • First five car numbers drawn = First Fast Dash (First Group)
  • Second five car numbers drawn = Second Fast Dash (Second Group)
Dash

Draw from driver’s car numbers racing in the Dash that night(all drivers put their car number into the hat)
  • First five car numbers drawn = First Dash (First Group)
  • Second five car numbers drawn = Second Dash (Second Group)
• Cars line up according to the car # pulled from the hat. First car # pulled is on the pole and so on.
• Drawing will be done at the end of the Driver’s meeting by a CNS or INEX Official

Main Event

Bandolero & Bandolero Fast – Main Group Lineup
1. Top 3 finishers from each of the Fast Dash races draw from 6 pills for their starting spot in the main. 1st group draws first from both winners of Fast Dashes
2. 4th place finisher starts in row 4 (1st group from Fast Dash get inside row)
3. 5th place finisher starts in row 5 (1st group from Fast Dash get inside row)

Level Placement:
CNS and INEX Officials will monitor Drivers’ abilities and finishes.
CNS and INEX Officials reserve the right to place any Driver into a different level of competition based on their observations of the Driver’s ability.

Start Procedure:
The lights on the pace car will be on until directly across from the flag stand in the backstretch.  Pace car lights off tells drivers greens is about to be thrown.  Cars can pass under yellow on starts and restarts if the car in front of them is out of formation.

RESTRICTOR PLATE

A red restrictor plate will be required.  According to INEX tuner, you may need to make the jets a little richer to compensate if you tuned without the restrictor.

GEAR RESTRICTIONS

Any gear above a 4.90 can be used.  ie: 5.14, 5.30.  Any ratio lower than 4.90 cannot be used at CNS.