Door cars and Dragsters will no longer be separated during eliminations.

Attn Midnight Madness racers: Drivers are only allowed one spot in the Runoff regardless of wins in multiple classes. Once any driver has won two Grand Championships, they can no longer compete in the Runoff and are restricted to racing a fully registered vehicle if they wish to continue racing in the Midnight Madness series


Weekly Speed Unlimited ET Series schedule for 2019

1:00 pm - Gates Open
2:00 pm - Time Trials all classes including Test & Tune time runs
Run order J/D, Top, Mod
4:30 pm – Eliminations immediately after two time run sessions, approx. 4:30pm. Test & Tune time runs continue

Top & Mod ET will be run on the 1/8 mile at, Ford Fever Classic and Mopar Easter Classic. Street ET will remain on the ¼ mile.

Again, this year both Spring and Fall Swap Meets will feature a free Racer Appreciation $1,500 to win ET combo race. However, starting this year, they will be run on the 1/8 mile. Both Top and Mod will be run down to a winner and the winners run for the cash!

Motorcycles will now run with Mod or Top ET. Any bike that leaves with a button must run Top ET. This will allow all bikes to compete for higher purses and qualify for the bracket finals in both classes

Air and electric shifters are permitted in Mod ET

The Wildcard Race for the last three qualifying positions for team MDIR (1 Top, 1 Mod and 1 Junior) will be held on Saturday, Aug 31st, 2019. To qualify for the Wildcard Race, drivers must have run a minimum of 3 points races (the day of the Wildcard Race plus 2 prior). The entry fee for the Wildcard race will be $20; all money collected will go to the racer’s fund. If the winner of the Wildcard Race ultimately qualifies for the Bracket Finals in points, then the next highest points earner in the same class will receive the spot. If there is a tie, the regular tie breaker system will be used to determine the winner. Should the Wildcard Race not be completed for any class due to weather or any other circumstance, the next position in points will receive the spot on the team. The final must be run for the race to be considered completed and the spot to be awarded to the winner, otherwise the next position in points will receive the spot on the team.

Ignition limiters and/or any ignition controls used to excessively slow the car down are prohibited. In other words, any ignition device that would act like a throttle stop to excessively slow the ET of a vehicle is considered an illegal device. If you are unsure whether or not your set up is legal, please check with a tech official.

Points membership into the Speed Unlimited ET Series is still FREE for all classes! Your purchase of a tech card at any ET points race includes automatic free enrollment into the points series.

Test & Tune tech cards are available on all Saturday Speed Unlimited ET Series events for only $30 each and include up to 4 runs.

On all ET races, the fee for time runs made during late elimination rounds is $10 per pass. All monies collected will go to benefit the racer's fund.

The timeout on the Compulink AUTOSTART system for all ET classes is 10 seconds (except Jr Dragster, which is 15 seconds). All Pro Tree classes are 7 second timeout.

All racers are encouraged to check their points weekly. There will be no corrections made after 30 days from the event.

Always be sure to check that the number on your time slip is correct on EVERY RUN as points are only awarded to the number on the time slip. If your time slip reflects a wrong number, bring your slip to race control or notify a track official so that we can correct the error and adjust your points.

Track Credit Policy - If a driver breaks prior to running first round at any event, they can receive a track credit (no cash refunds) that can be used at any future MDIR event. The credit amount will be the entry fee paid minus the general admission for the day. For any Test & Tune tech card at any event, once you have made a run there will be no credit issued if you break.


We are encouraging all drivers that race purpose built race cars (not street cars) to really consider putting an engine diaper on their car. The IHRA rulebook requires one in all of their Pro Classes plus any car that is Supercharged or Nitrous injected that runs 7.99 or quicker 1/4 or 5.00 or quicker 1/8 mile is required to have a diaper per IHRA rules. We've witnessed countless avoidable accidents from oil getting on the tires - resulting in long unnecessary track clean-ups. We feel all racers should consider installing an engine diaper on their car. Installing an engine diaper could save your car, it could save you from possible injury or maybe even save your life. It will also save valuable track time for the enjoyment of fellow racers and fans. It will help reduce track expenses for cleanup and the extra time saved from cleanup will allow more cars to go down the track - resulting in earlier event completion.