2011 Ramer Race Promotions
To better serve our sport,
its competitors and fans, we have created seven sets of building rules. All rules have been written and will be
enforced with safety as the number one priority. These rules will be used for
different types of vehicles at different shows. The different vehicle classes
are as follows:
Fair Class: Any year car, but no Imperials,
Imperial framed cars or Hearses.
Trucks & Suburban type vehicles: ½ and ¾ ton
Compact Car: 104” wheel base or less, 4 cylinders,
and front wheel drive.
1980’s & Newer Full Size Car: Must be of a metric
Old Iron: Any year car.
Mini Vans: No mid-size or full size
vehicles allowed (4x4 allowed but must remove front or rear drive shaft)
Mid-Size: 108 wheel base or less, 6 cylinder or smaller engine, front or
rear wheel drive, unibody design only - NO full frame vehicles.
Not all classes will run at
all events so be sure to check the schedule for the event(s) you are entering.
All rules will be strictly enforced, so please call with any questions. When
calling, please be prepared to offer what class, type, and make of vehicle you
are preparing to build so we can better answer your questions. We want you to
have a fun and safe time at all RRP events and we look forward to creating a new
history for the sport of demolition derby in 2010 and beyond.
ASSUME THINGS – PLEASE CALL FIRST. PLEASE KNOW YOUR VEHICLE TYPE, MAKE, MODEL,
AND WHAT CLASS YOU ARE IN.
- All drivers must wear
an approved full-face helmet, eye protection & seat belts.
- A fire suit is
recommended. Full-length pants & long sleeved shirts are
- All derby vehicles that
do not pass inspection will be allowed to make corrections. If the vehicle
is not able to pass inspection, it will not run. NO REFUNDS.
- All drivers must
complete an entry form and attend the pit meeting with their crew members.
- All drivers and crew
members will receive and must wear a pit ID band.
- All vehicles will get a
stick after they have passed inspection. Break your stick to indicate you
are out of competition.
- All drivers will have a
set time (usually 60 seconds – will be announced at pit meeting) to make a
hit. Drivers failing to make a hit will be out of competition and will be
told to break their stick by a flagman.
- Intentional driver area
& door hits are not allowed and will result in disqualification. The area
between the wheels on the driver’s side of the vehicle is considered a no
- One extinguishable fire
allowed. The second fire will result in disqualification.
- If your vehicle is
rolled, the event will be stopped & your vehicle will be up-righted. You
will be allowed to continue provided your vehicle is safe.
- Team driving cannot be
prevented, however holding is not allowed and will result in immediate
- Vehicles should be
decorated in good taste only. No foul words or slogans permitted.
- No alcoholic beverages
allowed in the pits.
- Keep speed in the pit
area at an idle.
- Drivers must be 18
years old or older to compete. Drivers less than 18 years old can compete
with a signed and notarized parental consent form.
- All judges’ decisions
are final. No complaints taken once the event is over.
- Poor sportsmanship or
misconduct may result in vehicle disqualification.
Click class link
1980 & Newer