All events operate according to
Formula Race Promotions (FRP) and
SCCA Pro Racing Rules.
All F1000 cars must adhere to the rules
laid out in the SCCA General Competition Rules for June 2018
class designation “FB”.
A few notes on engine rules:
STOCK STOCK STOCK STOCK STOCK STOCK STOCK
Formula 1000 was designed to be an inexpensive way to go racing at speeds well above 150 mph. The NorthAmF1000 championship is designed in the same manner, allowing only factory stock 1000cc super-bike engines with factory number matching ECU and throttle body.
**The North American Formula 1000 Championship shall reserves the right to alter the wording of any rule to clarify its intended meaning, including but not limited to the meaning of “stock engine**
Post Race Inspection
Following Qualifying and Race Sessions all F1000 cars and drivers
report directly to designated impound area for a minimum of 30 minutes.
Each car/driver shall be weighed and subject to tech inspection
by series designated tech inspectors.
Competitors who are determined to be in violation of any rule may be disqualified.
The series may disqualify a driver from a session, event, points, and/or prizes.
Competitors may appeal the disqualification decision to
the full contingent of F1000 drivers entered in the event.
Appeals must be filed with the series tech inspectors
within 30 minutes of disqualification notification.
All tires for F1000 championship events must be purchased and serviced by Hoosier Pro Racing in Indiana.
DO NOT ORDER FROM LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR
Tire Limit –
Drivers are permitted a maximum of eight (8)
dry weather Hoosier Racing Tires per weekend event.
(Practice sessions not included in limit)
Tire Choices –
Drivers are permitted to run either R25B or R35B compound
Drivers are permitted to choose either an 8″ Rear or 9″ Rear
All Tire orders must be in no less than 14 days prior to an event.
Drivers count their 10 best finishes towards the championship.
Drivers earn points in races in which they complete
at least half the laps of the winning car.
Drivers earn bonus points for:
MPT pole position
Sunoco Hard Charger
Scott Young Enterprises Fastest Lap.
Highest finishing car type in each event earns points for their respective manufacturer.
All 14 events count towards championship
No bonus points
Drivers and Manufacturer points shall be recorded and updated
following every event and available HERE
Car and Suit Livery
2019 Series and sponsor decals and patches are available through the mail upon request, or will be distributed at first event.
North Am F1000 Advisory Committee
An advisory committee has been established to discuss and advise the series and its drivers on issues regarding operation of the series.
The committee shall consist of any registered series driver, car owner, manufacturer, or interested party, approved by the series, who has the interest and time available to devote time to the detailed analysis of all issues regarding the operation of the series, and who may request to be members of the committee. The committee shall establish its own rules for orderly meetings.
The committee shall consist of no less than 4, selected on a first request, first approval basis. The committee shall meet quarterly via tele-conference, and as-needed to resolve time sensitive issues. A minimum of 4 members is required to hold any advisory committee meeting. All members will be notified via e-mail from the series a minimum of 7 days prior to any meeting.
A majority vote of the committee shall be required before any recommendation can be passed to the series and/or drivers. All recommendations shall be in the form of an email with advisory committee member vote counts included.
Following advisory committee recommendations, registered series drivers and entrants shall be given the opportunity to vote on the issue(s). Following any vote, North Am F1000 series will take the appropriate action to attempt to resolve reasonable issue(s).
All committee meetings are recorded and available to all series participants upon request.