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OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY
Route 26, Oxford, ME  Phone: (207) 539-8865 
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OXFORD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
SLM TIRE INFORMATION
OPS SLM Opening Day - 4 tires register and must run in heat and feature. 2 tires register each week after week #1 and must run in heat and feature.

Any change tires for flats must be approved by Ops Tech, OPS/PASS stamped, and no altering or softener.
STREET STOCKS TIRE RULES UPDATE
All street stock teams are allowed to buy 4 tires once a year. Teams are no longer required to buy tires as long as they have 4 OPS stamped Hoosier 790s on the car. The maximum amount of tires a team can buy per week after the original 4 is 2. All tires used to race must durometer no lower then 57.

2018 OPS LICENSE APPLICATION PDF

2018 OPS LICENSE BENEFITS PDF

2018 OCS/PASS SLM RULES PDF

NEW 2018 OPS SLM LOYALTY BONUS PLAN PDF
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2018 OCS STREET STOCKS RULES PDF
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2018 OCS BANDITS RULES PDF
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2018 OCS FULL-SIZE FIGURE 8 RULES PDF


NEW 2018 ROOKIE DIVISION RULES

2016 Handicap System

OCS 2017 Point Standings

OCS 2016 Point Standings

OCS 2015 Point Standings

OCS 2014 Point Standings

OCS 2013 Point Standings

OCS 2013 Bonus Point Standings

OCS Master Roster

2011 to 2017 OCS/OAS Results

POINT STRUCTURE FOR WEEKLY RACING:
HEATS ARE THE SAME - 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
FEATURES - 60, 58, 56, 54, 52, - 2 PT GRADUATION
 
New Rookie Division in 2018
Please contact Mike Mayberry at 207-317-0296 if you have any further questions about the division.

Updates: - Teams are allowed 6 Hoosier 790s for the season.

- The minimum of a neck collar is required, but a Hans head
and neck restraint system or similar device is highly recommended.  - Minimum age is 10.
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1: Cars allowed are Gen 3 Camaro (1982 – 1992), Gen 3 Firebird (1982 – 1992), Gen 4 Camaro (1993 – 2002), & Gen 4 Firebird (1993 – 2002) with V-6 Engines. No convertibles or t-tops allowed. No Performance cars. Sunroof must be removed and covered with minimum 22-guage steel on top and bottom of opening. Car numbers must measure a minimum of 3 feet tall.

2: Cars must be completely stock. Removal of upholstery mandatory. All body panels must remain as manufactured.

3: Front and rear bumpers must be chained to prevent dragging. If mount breaks, cable may be used. A short rugged chain is required to be bolted around the center of the bumpers front & rear to allow for quick wrecker truck towing.

4: No anti-freeze allowed. Water is the only allowed engine coolant. It will be checked.

5: Suspension - No modifications allowed. All parts must be stock for make and model. No spacers. No cutting, heating or bending of any suspension allowed. Camber limited to stock adjustments not to exceed 1 inch. Cars cannot exceed 1/2" in wheel base from side to side. No adjustments to rear end allowed. Only front end adjustments allowed. No progressive rate suspension springs allowed even if stock. They need to be replaced with non-progressive stock rate springs.

6: Tires - Tires must be OPS Hoosier 790 competition series tire only. Allowed 6 per race season.

7: Wheels - Must be OEM stock 15" wheels. No aftermarket wheels allowed. One-inch lug nuts suggested on right front.

8: V-6 Engine - Must be stock for make and model. Stock carb throttle body or fuel injection only. Stock fuel pump only. No after-market fuel systems allowed. Battery must remained in stock location and be secured and covered. Stock wiring harness must be in place and used so electric fuel pump and factory safety devices are operational and will shut off with ignition. Must have a complete Fire Wall between driver's compartment and engine.

9: Transmission and Driveline - Automatic Transmissions only. Must be stock for make and model. No lock or posi-trac differentials.

10: Gas tank must be either a Fuel cell enclosed in a 30 gauge metal canister magnetic steel or boat tank that is safely secured in center of trunk area. A complete Fire Wall between gas tank and driver's compartment. Fill spout located on the top of the gas tank in the trunk area. Fuel line running thru the driver's compartment must be secured and covered. No stock gas tanks.

11: Exhaust must extend to rear-seat area and secured to ground. No exhaust may exit outside of the car.

12: A four point roll cage made of round steel DOM or seamless 1 3/4 inch by .095 inch wall thickness roll bars are mandatory. The roll cage shall consist of 4 (four) vertical upright bars connected at the top on all sides. A "X" member must support the rear vertical uprights. 3 (three) horizontal bars are required on the left side door area and 2 (two) on the right side. (These are minimum numbers). Top hoop and uprights must closely conform to the roof line and windshield posts, maximum of 1.5 inch space between body and cage components. Uprights are to be attached to the floor boards using the sandwich construction. (Plate under floorboard bolting up thru plate welded to bottom of uprights. Roll cage must be professionally welded but not bisect or dissect any firewall front or rear. A foot protection pipe is allowed but welded and installed in a safe manner.

13: The Driver's seat must be constructed of aluminum and have a containment kit or a full containment seat only. Driver's seat and 5 point Safety Belts must be safely mounted and attached to the roll cage.

14: All doors must be welded, bolted, or chained shut. Hood and trunk latches must be removed. Pull-pin hood pins must be used.

15: All glass lights in trim chrome and plastic must be removed. Full-front windshield mandatory. (Lexan is allowed) No badly cracked windshield allowed.

16: All carpet and upholstery must be removed. Padding on driver's door Mandatory. No sharp edges around driver or in driver's compartment.

17: Safety Equipment - Helmet with a minimum Snell 95 rating. 1 or 2 piece Fire suit and fireproof gloves Mandatory. Must have window net mounted at bottom with quick release on top. The minimum of a neck collar is required. Head and Neck Restraint System strongly suggested. A Fire Extinguisher mounted within driver's reach is required. Cars are suggested to be light in color. Safety is the upmost concern for this division.

18: Any vehicle deemed to be too advanced for this class by OPS Tech/Race Director will not be allowed to compete. Cars may be required to have a speed controlling system during the racing event. No tampering of said system allowed.

19: Driver Eligibility- This is a Rookie Driver Division for participants 10 - 17 years of age only. A Rookie Driver must have no more than 2 years race car experience and/or a top 5 in the season's championship in OPS Bandits or Cruiser division (or higher division) or having won a feature event in OPS Bandits or Cruisers division (or higher division) (or equivalent division at another race track). A Rookie Division competitor must move to a higher division if Champion for 2 years. A weight penalty to equalize the competition may be imposed by OPS Tech/Race Director. All Rookie Driver Status's must be approved prior to entry of a race by OPS Tech/Race Director. No other weight may be added without approval of OPS Tech/Race Director.