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2022 JEGS SUPER QUICK CONTESTANT INFORMATION
Welcome to the NHRA North Central Division JEGS Super Quick Series. All events are contested on the eighth-mile with the 2022 series culminating with the crowning of the NHRA JEGS Super Quick North Central Division Champion. Please read the following information carefully and if you have any questions feel free to ask a member of the NHRA staff.
1. NHRA MEMBERSHIP: All contestants in the JEGS Super Quick Series must be a current member of NHRA; membership forms are available in the tech area at each event or the www.nhradiv3.com or from the division office.
2. LICENSE/COMPETITION NUMBERS: All Super Quick contestants must have a current NHRA Level 6A, 6B, 4A, 4B, 3A or 3B license for the body-style driven and an NHRA ET competition number which must be properly displayed on the race car.
3. TECHNICAL INFORMATION: The standard NHRA eliminator system will apply at all JEGS Super Quick events. All technical information applying to Super Quick may be found under the ET Section and the General Regulations Section of the 2022 NHRA Rulebook. Delay boxes permitted. All entries required to have a valid chassis certification sticker affixed to the frame before participating. All contestants must display the NHRA decal as provided by NHRA. All vehicles are required to utilize an NHRA-accepted lower engine oil-retention device. (effective 1/1/2009)
4. QUALIFYING RUNS: Check event schedule for times of each designated qualifying session. Refer to your run card or run order for lane assignments as indicated on Run 1 and Run 2 for the two qualifying sessions. Qualifying runs quicker than 4.500-seconds will be placed on the bottom of the qualifying list (i.e. - 4.555, 4.911, 5.480, 5.999, 4.499, 4.498, etc.) If there is a qualifying tie to the thousandth, the first racer posting the time will take the precedent.
5. ELIMINATION PAIRINGS: Super Quick eliminator will be a qualified 32 car field for entrantís 4.500-seconds or slower. Pairings will be according to a standard NHRA sportsman ladder. The insertion of alternates is as follows: the first alternate will assume the open position to race the slowest qualified car; the second alternate will race the next slowest car, and so on until the ladder is complete or all alternates have been used.
6. DIAL-INS: Super Quick qualifiers may change dial-ins between rounds. Contestants may dial quicker than their qualifying time, but not slower than two-tenth (.20) off their best qualifying run. Minimum dial-in 4.50, maximum dial-in 5.99. Each driver is responsible for placing their dial-in on the car in such a manner to be clearly visible from the control tower.
7. LANE CHOICE: Lane choice for the first round will be determined by the low ET qualifiers having lane choice. Lane choice for all remaining rounds will be determined by the driver with the best reaction time in the previous round. Should both drivers have identical reaction times lane choice will go to the lower qualified driver in the field.
8. NON-QUALIFIERS in Super Quick may enter Super Pro ET at no additional entry fee.
POINTS: JEGS Super Quick Series and NHRA decals MUST be displayed to be eligible for JEGS Super Quick points which will be awarded as follows: 10 points to non-qualifiers. Alternates inserted into the field will receive points earned less 30 points that will be awarded to the original qualified entry being replaced by the alternate.
Each contestant may earn points at a maximum of eight (8) JEGS Super Quick races. There will be no point waivers. Racers entering and earning points at more than eight races will have their eight (8) best finishing races count toward the divisional championship.
9. CHAMPIONSHIP TIE-BREAKER PROCEDURES: If a tie exists (for any position) at the end of the NHRA JEGS Super Quick Series, it shall be resolved as follows. If, after step one is followed a tie still remains, additional steps are to be followed until tie is broken.
(1) Driver with most points won at their nine (9) best races wins tie.
(2) Driver with most points won at their ten (10) best races wins tie.
(3) Apply tiebreaker points from scored races as follows: winner 5 points; runner-up 3; semi-finalist 2; quarter-finalist 1. Driver with most points wins tie.
(4) Best points finish at final series race wins tie. If still tied race before final race best points finish wins tie. If still tied second race before final race wins tie, etc.
(5) Scored events average final qualifying E.T wins tie breaker.
(6) Should a tie still exist after following above tie-breaker, Co-Champions will be named.
10. DIVISION CHAMPION: The 2022 JEGS Super Quick Champion will earn $2,000 cash courtesy of JEGS High Performance, an NHRA championís trophy, jacket and an NHRA Gold Card good for the 2023 JEGS Super Quick Series. The pointís runner-up will receive $1,000 and the third place finisher will receive $500. All year-end awards will be presented at the annual Division III "Land of the Winners" Awards Banquet.
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