2019 Winner DJ Edwards


2019 King of True Street AJ Jones

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True Street Rules

Class Description

True Street is a racing class for mild to heavy modified performance street vehicles that are currently registered for street use in their state of origin and are capable of performing a 30 mile cruise during the event. This class is designed for stock chassis vehicles running a true 10.5 DOT approved tire. Vehicles must be registered and insured. Drivers must have a valid driver’s licenses from their place of origin. True Street is an index based class. The winner and runner up will be based on closest averaged ET of three passes to the following index: 9.0, 10.0, 11.0,12.0, 13.0, 14.0, or 15.0. There will also be a “King of True Street” award to the quickest averaged ET regardless of index.


Qualifying, Ladder, & Tree Information

All cars entered run. No Ladder, .400 Pro Tree

Vehicle/Body Rules

All types, makes, models, and years permitted. OEM steel (Fiberglass/Composite if OEM equipped) body shell required. Aftermarket body kits permitted. Only lightweight body panels allowed will be hood, front valance, rear valance, bumpers, and trunk lid/hatch. Hoods are required and hood scoops are permitted. Hood must cover entire engine bay and induction system. Any rear wing/spoiler is permitted. OEM safety glass windows are required and must be functional. Lexan is prohibited. Vehicle must have full OEM or aftermarket replacement interior components. Driver and front passenger seats required. Seats may be replaced with aftermarket and rear seats may be removed.

Engine & Drivetrain

Vehicle must have OEM LT1 block.  Any automotive automatic or manual transmission permitted.  Any automotive rear differential is permitted.  Exhaust system with mufflers required.  Turbocharged vehicles will not require mufflers.  Exhaust cut-outs must remain closed during cruise but electric/cable operated cutout may be open during racing portion.

​Power Adders

Power adders and multiple power adders permitted.

Chassis & Suspension

Stock chassis for year, make and model of vehicle required. Tube chassis vehicles prohibited.

Stock style suspension for year, make and model of vehicle required. Stock style replacement parts permitted. Tubular replacement suspension parts permitted. Coil over shocks/struts permitted. Wheelie bars prohibited.

Tires & Wheels

All vehicles must have DOT approved tires front and rear during road tour and racing event. Maximum actual measured tire size will be 10.5 inches for DOT bias ply and a maximum of 275mm sidewall designation for DOT radial tires. Tire height is unrestricted. Tire shaving is prohibited. Changing tires is prohibited during or after the cruise.

Spindle mount wheels are prohibited.

Street Equipment

  • Valid driver’s license required
  • Valid Vehicle Registration required
  • Valid license plates required. Dealer/Temp plates prohibited.
  • Valid insurance ID card required
  • During the tech-in process and race, vehicle must have operational street equipment, including headlights, taillights, brake lights, turn signals, and horn.

Street Cruise

There will be a 30-mile supervised cruise on highway and city streets prior to the race portion, limited to vehicles that have passed the tech inspection. An escort will supervise the cruise in accordance with local laws and ordinances. Each competitor and crew will be on their own reconnaissance during the cruise and bear full responsibility of their actions as they would on local streets. Please be safe and follow all traffic laws during the cruise portion.

Cruise is mandatory in the time allotted for completion. Any vehicle unable to complete the required cruise portion under its own power within that allotted time will be disqualified from the racing portion. Any vehicle that drops behind the trailing escort vehicle will be disqualified from the racing portion. No laptops are permitted once the car leaves for the cruise portion of the event.

Support Vehicle

Support vehicles (i.e. tow vehicles, crew vehicles) are permitted but must stay behind the True Street participants and trailing escort vehicle at all times. All support vehicles are on their own reconnaissance and must obey all traffic laws during the cruise.

Cool Down/Return Procedures

After vehicle has completed the cruise portion, they will return to the designated staging lanes for the cool down period. The cool down period will typically last 30 minutes. During this cool down period participants may lower tire pressures, install nitrous bottles, add ice to intercoolers not located in engine compartment. A strict closed hood policy is in effect until vehicle has completed the required three back to back passes. No refueling once vehicle leaves on cruise. Engines must remain off during cool down. External cooling by any means is prohibited. Any engine adjustments or repairs are prohibited. No laptops in vehicle during the cool down period.

Race Format

Racers must report to their vehicles in the staging lanes when called and prepare to make the three back to back passes. All hoods and truck lids/hatch must remain closed until completion of three passes. Additional nitrous bottles or ice for intercooler may not be added between runs, even if located in the interior of vehicle. Tire pressures may be lowered in staging lanes and between rounds. Air may not be added to tires at anytime during the back to back passes. Vehicles are required to make all three passes to complete event. Any vehicle not able to make all three passes will be disqualified. After the racer has completed a pass they must return immediately to the staging lanes for the next pass. Any vehicles trying to gain additional time for cool down between passes by not returning to staging lanes immediately will be disqualified. The only exception to this rule is vehicles that must use a parachute if required by trap speed. The driver is the only person allowed to push vehicle in staging lanes between runs. No laptops allowed in the vehicle during race portion of event or in staging lanes.

Final Standings

After three back to back runs are completed, each racer’s ETs will be added together and divided by three. The outcome of the three run average will be available at the event awards ceremony. The winner, runner up, and King of True Street will be announced at the event awards ceremony.