NASCAR WHELEN ALL AMERICAN SERIES DRIVER INFO
Please submit any of the above forms and/or NASCAR license application to:
PO Box 246
Elko, MN 55020
NASCAR IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
NWAAS Points System Update- In 2014, the new maximum car count per race, will be eighteen cars, two points per car. The winner of the race will receive a three point bonus and an additional tow point bonus for a win if the driver starts from 10th place or farther back. This year’s NASCAR points close date will be Saturday, September 19, 2015.
Division II-V Championship in the NWAAS- This new program replaces the Finalist Program; it combines dirt and asphalt tracks. The top 100 drivers per division will be recognized and the top three dirt and the top three asphalt drivers per division will be invited to the NWAAS Awards. The Program also recognizes an overall champion in Divisions II-V. The champion of each division will receive the championship trophy and a trip to the NWAAS Awards in Charlotte. Championship standings will be based on the drivers’ best 14 finishes at any NASCAR-sanctioned track in the nation.
Decal Verification Program- We are asking for your track’s help in getting decals on racecars. Our contingency sponsors account for the majority of the point fund money at the track level. We wouldn’t have such a strong program without their support. NASCAR will be requiring the racetracks to send in decal verification forms for each NASCAR sanctioned division. These forms will be provided to the competitors and racetracks. Detailed information will be available during our speedweek meetings.
UNOH – Youth Achievement Award Update- This new award is for drivers competing in NWAAS sanctioned divisions between the ages of 14-18 with a valid NASCAR License. The track winner will be determined by applying the NASCAR point system in the Rule Book based on points earned at the track, counting up to the highest 14 finishes at the close of the season.
UNOH Youth Achievement Award
Objective: NASCAR and UNOH have a common goal in trying to target young motorsports competitors for the purposes of turning them into students of the university and life-long NASCAR license holders.
Track UNOH Youth Achievement Award Winner receives:
$500 in cash
$500 UNOH Scholarship
Total cash payout: $27,500 + any scholarship redeemed
National UNOH Youth Achievement Award Winner receives:
Airfare & Accommodations – 1 winner plus 1 guest + one hotel room for 1 night
National Champion Trophy – 1 trophy
$10,000 UNOH Scholarship – National Championship
1. Available to Drivers in all divisions in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series between the ages of 14-17 (points frozen on 18th Birthday) with valid NASCAR License.
2. Driver can accumulate points until they turn 18, at which point their points will be frozen.
3. Track UNOH Youth Achievement Award winner will be determined by applying the NASCAR point system in the Rule Book based on points earned at that track, counting up to the highest 14 finishes at the close of NASCAR points- September 20, 2015.
4. National UNOH Youth Achievement Award winner will be the driver fitting the criteria with the highest point total, counting up to the highest 14 finishes at the close of NASCAR points – September 20, 2015.
5. National UNOH Youth Achievement Award Winner receives airfare and accommodations to the NWAAS Awards for winner and guest (parent).
The above information is available cn NASCAR’s Member Website: www.nascarmembers.com
Motor Pit Admissions
NASCAR License: Late Model $200, All Other $100 (All NASCAR Memberships must be submitted on original NASCAR gray form.)
INEX Membership $150
Nightly Pit Stall Rental $25 + tax
NASCAR Whelen All-American Series/Eve of Destruction Pit Pass $40 ($35 with NASCAR Membership) Sales tax is included up to the price of a general admission ticket per the sales tax division at the MN Department of Revenue.
6th Annual Thunderstruck 93/11th Annual Thunder Car Nationals Per Day Pit Pass $40/day. Sales tax is included up to the price of a general admission ticket per the sales tax division at the MN Department of Revenue.
All cars must have a transponder. Transponders are available for purchase or rent in the tire building.
If you have any further questions, please call the office at (952)461-7223 or email email@example.com
Spectator Drag/Outlaw Rules
Enter through the pit gate by no later then 6:00 pm. Let the ticket attendant know you are running the Outlaw or Spectator Drag and they will ask you your name,hometown, make and model of the vehicle. They will then give you a card with either a number or a letter. Bring this card to the person at the gate enterance and they will letter or number your car. Please park in the motorpits and be ready to race. Listen to the PA Annoucements in the pits and you will be directed to stage your car in line approximately 10 minutes before the event.
Spectator Drags: Must be a street legal vehicle
Outlaw Spectator Drags: Any car qualifies! Be ready to race the track in both directions, clockwise and counterwise.
For more information or to rent the track, please call the office at 952-461-7223.
Saturday Event Schedule
2:00 pm – Back Gate Opens
3-5:00 pm – Practice by Class (Subject to Change)
5:00 pm – Front Gate Opens
5:00 pm – Draw Closes
5:30 pm – Driver’s Meeting in Champions
6:00 pm – Time Trials begin
7:00 pm – Opening Ceremonies/First Race
** Times Subject To Change
1. Must be parked on a pit slab with a gray tarp covering the car.
2. The car cannot leak any fluids.
3. Driver must purchase a 15 punch season pass, NASCAR license and pit slab for the year.
4. Thursdays (which we are open for practice) and Saturdays after pit gates open
are the only times the race car can be worked on.
5. Elko Speedway will not be responsible for theft or damage to the car while parked on the premises.
Parking is at your own risk.