This division is open to
Drivers ages from 14 - 21 years old with the following requirements;
• 14 and 15 year olds must submit a Racing
Résumé detailing their racing experience to the Perris Auto Speedway for
their review and approval. Upon initial approval those applicants must
then demonstrate their ability on the racetrack during a four hour Tune
and Test Practice session in front of the Speedway Management and Race
Officials. The cost of the Tune and Test Practice is $500. If the Speedway
Management approves an applicant, their name and experience will be
submitted to the Speedway's Insurance Company for their final approval.
Should at any time, an applicant is deemed not ready for competition, that
applicant cannot submit an application until the following race season.
All decisions from the Speedway and Insurance Company will be final. There
is no appeal process.
• 16 - 21 year olds with NO Sprint Car
experience must submit a Racing Résumé detailing their racing experience
to the Perris Auto Speedway Management for their approval. All decisions
by the Speedway will be final. There is no appeal process.
• Should anyone be approved for competition no
matter what their age and prove not to be race ready anytime during the
season, the Speedway Management can have the option to revoke their
ability to continue racing for the remainder of the season.
• Drivers in this Division may compete in the
Oval Nationals at the end of their season and maintain the status for the
next season. However, if a Driver decides to run any additional USAC/CRA
events during any season, they will lose their status as a PAS Young Gun.
• If a
Driver that has competed in the Young Gun Series for at least one year and
has reached the age of 22 is not ready to compete in the USAC/CRA Series,
they can request a waiver to continue racing in the Young Gun Series until
either the Track Management or they feel they are ready to move up.
This is a Non Sanctioned Class – The engine rules are as follows; 360
cubic inches cast iron block, fuel injected or normally aspirated. No
gaskets, restrictors needed. Engines exceeding 360 ci. with a maximum of
410 ci. except for Shwenke Spec. 377 will be required to run inlet
Restrictors of 1 and 7/8 inch (to be installed in the top of the
injector). No weight rule. No Tire Rule. Full Containment Seats and Head
and Neck Restraint are recommended. In addition, all normal safety rules
• All cars will Pill Draw for starting positions
in their Heat Race.
• Heat Races will be 6 laps.
• Main Event will be 15
Laps. Starting positions will be a blind draw by the winner of the first
heat race. The inversion will be from 0 to 8 positions.
• This is a “TROPHY
ONLY” Division! The top three will be awarded Trophies. Pit Passes are
Championship Points will be accumulated over the year and the “Perris Auto
Speedway Young Gun Sprint Car Champion” will receive a Championship Award!
1. In an effort to
minimize yellow flag laps and thus speed the show up for the participants
and more importantly the race fans, all PASSCAR Drivers must have a
one-way radio raceiver or radio set to the race/scoring frequency
2. The radios will be used strictly for line-ups
and general information from the Scorer's and Race Director only.
3. Radios are to be provided by the Driver.
4. Drivers will not be
permitted on the track without a radio and it must be on.
5. If a radio is found
to have 2 way communications, the car and Driver will suspended for two
races and the Driver will be fined $250.00. The fine must be paid in full
prior to participating in their next event.
6. Radios along with ear
buds can be purchased from Andy Jones from the Oil Twins. You can find a
link on our website under "PASSCAR RADIOS". Andy can also be reached at
7. As a courtesy to visiting non-member
Driver's, rental radios will be available. In order to reserve a radio
please contact Andy Jones at (909) 670-9328.