Contact info for Demolition Derby Contact Jeremy Halverson Home (218)384-4061 or Cell (218)940-5581

Head of the Lakes Fair Demolition Derby
Superior Wisconsin
Sunday July 21st 2019 2pm
Chain stock only (3 Classes)
General Rules
1) Full size cars (no 73 or older imperials or gm leaf spring roundback wagons).
     Mini vans
     Compact cars: 110 fwd/107 rwd
2) Build to the rules and if any questions call.
3) All cars are to be at the fairgrounds by 11am.  Pre-registration is recommended.  Pre-registered cars will be inspected first and allowed in the gate as soon as possible.
4) A Snell approved helmet or equivalent and eye protection is required.  Racing suit or long sleeve shirt or jacket is required for driver safety.
5) All cars must have seat belts.  At a minimum, lap belt, but 5 point harness is recommended.
6) All cars must be completely stripped of all windows, mirrors, chrome, plastic, fiberglass, etc.  No trailer hitches and trunks must be empty.  All holes in the firewall and floors must be covered or closed up, floors must remain intact unless otherwise specified for drivers safety.
7) You may swap bumpers for steel backed automotive bumpers.  They may be welded onto the stock bumper shocks or frame. No homemade bumpers or sharp ends and cut down to width of vehicle.
8) All cars must have working brakes.
9) Factory gas tanks must be removed.  Fuel tank must be inside of car, behind driver’s seat, fastened down securely with steel strap and bolts (maximum ¾ inch) through body tin only.  No rubber straps, chain, plumbers strap or screws allowed.  Steel boat tanks and fuel cells only, plastic tanks must be secured in metal box no more than 2 inches (in any direction) larger than tank and all tanks should have a 5 gallon max. Electric fuel pump cars will run an inline pump or have pump mounted in tank and not leak.
10) Batteries must be inside of car, no more than 2 automotive or one industrial multi cell battery allowed.  Batteries must be encased in a steel box no larger than 2 inches (in any direction) of the type of battery used.  Battery box must be welded or bolted (maximum ¾ inch) to body tin only, 2 bolts may go through frame or cross member.
11) Driver’s door should be painted white for your safety. Drivers half of windshield and driver’s door window must have steel mesh, strapping, or expanded steel covering them.  Driver’s door can be welded and reinforced, but not more than 6 inches beyond any seam.
12) 4 chains allowed per hood, trunk/tail gate, and door.  5/16 chain single loop.  No welding unless otherwise specified.
13) Exhaust stacks, hand shifters, hand throttles, are allowed.
14) Solid suspension is allowed.  20 inches max to the bottom of either bumper. Cars may remove rear bumper but must not have anything protruding that could present a safety hazard.
15) 1 side to side door bar with 2 kickers in the shape of an “X” or sideways “K”, with 6 inch mounting plates, behind driver seat and attached to tin only is allowed.  No other bars forward or backward allowed.
16) Dash bars are not allowed.  Engine, distributor, or transmission protectors are not allowed.  Slider driveshafts are not allowed.
17) No tire ply rule.  Air only.
18) Rust repairs must be no more than 2 inches beyond affected area, using similar thickness steel.  DO NOT cut out rusted area.  Prove it to use it.
19) All cars must have a roof sign (18in.x18in. minimum) with color contrasting numbers (example:  white on black).
20) Entry fees will be paid prior to inspection.
21) Any car that has material that is not allowed, you may remove it or go home.  You will forfeit any entry fee paid.   A driver vote will not be allowed.  These are the rules, obey them.
22) The top four cars may be inspected following the derby.  Anything found that is not allowed at that time will forfeit winnings.  Placing will be adjusted accordingly at that point.
23) The last hit on an eligible car wins.  In the case of a head-on hit between the last two cars, the last one running wins.  All cars will have 1 minute to make an eligible hit.  Sandbagging is not allowed.
24) The judges will have final say in all matters.  Questions will be answered by Jeremy Halverson only.  Home (218) 384-4061 or Cell (218) 940-5581