Sat, Mar 5, 2022

CARBS Series Test and Tune #1

Rockingham Speedway

About this event

VIntage to current era stock cars are invited to Rockingham Speedway for the 2022 CARBS series prospective drivers training and test and tune.  

This event will serve as an orientation and training of the expected CARBS series on track procedures. 

Completion of this training will make you eligible for a 2022 CARBS Driver Participant License.

Garage stall access is included in the entry fee.

Event requirements

All participants MUST attend the 9:30AM season orientation and procedure meeting. 

All car owners MUST complete the tech sheet BEFORE arriving at the track. 

Tech sheet for all full caged former or current race cars is found at the following link FULL CAGE RACE CAR TECH

If your car is a non-rollcage tribute or street legal tribute, or old enough antique it lacks modern safety you need to fill out the following tech sheet.  Tribute/Street Legal Tech

A supplemental rules sheet will also be forwarded to all drivers that have registered when it is completed.  It will include expected safety prep for all cars that go beyond the basic safety requirements in this registration.  If the main rule book is complete before the TNT date, it will be made available via PDF document at

Basic safety.  For all Exhibition Race entries: 

Secure Racing seat approved and appropriate to era the vehicle raced or newer racing seat.  A full containment modern seat is recommended.  Properly attached SFI/FIA approved 5+ point racing harnesses in good repair.  There is currently no date requirement as long as they are in good working condition with no signs of tears, excessive wear, or impact damage to the webbing/attachment points.
Snell SA 2015 or newer helmet.
Cotton outerwear at minimum.  No polyester or other meltable fabric, Nomex drivers suit and gloves recommended
One charged B-C 2.5lb Vehicle Fire Extinguisher
securely mounted by manufacturer-supplied hardware, within the driver's reach while strapped in the seat   Up to date racing fire suppression system recommended.
A secure window net system must be in place equal to or exceeding requirements of the era in which the vehicle was raced.  Vehicles raced prior to window net rules MUST have a net system in place to participate in Exhibition Races.
All drivers must be able to enter and exit their car under their own power.
All drivers must be able to remove the window net (crew assistance allowed to secure before the session) and reach the fire extinguisher or suppression system master switch as well as all toggles and controls for the vehicle while fully secured with tight belts within the racing seat. 
All cars with a manual throttle cable are required to have a throttle/off pull-back pedal or sufficient room to reach under the pedal with their foot to release tension in case of a stuck throttle.

Any vehicles not meeting the above safety requirements shall be allowed to participate in Exhibition Parade-Only sessions by meeting the minimum rules below.

For all Exhibition Parade-Only vehicles, the vehicle must operate as it did when raced with the minimum safety equipment as was in place during the time period it was raced. 
All Parade-Only cars MUST have lap seat belts at a minimum. 
Fire extinguishers are encouraged.
Any additional modern safety equipment is encouraged even in Parade-Only cars.|

These rules are subject to change at any time.

Entries (44)

Timothy Tew
Tracy Mullis
Sam Xu
Eric Barber
Robert Hindt
John Miller
Scott Loghry
Scott Phillippi

Rockingham Speedway

Rockingham, NC


Vintage Racing organized by

Motorsport 4the Masses

Event over!