Langley Loafers B.C. Oldtime Drags At Mission
……CLASSES NOW UP TO 1972….
NOTE RACE CLASSES – EFFECTIVE 2017
Pro Mods will be at the August 2 to 4th, 2019 Loafers event at Mission Raceway
Classes are determined by Year of Body Style, Type of “tree” run under, and in some instances by E.T.
Race Gates Times:
Thursday, August 1, 2019 – open 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.(parking only)
Friday, August 2, 2019 – open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.(parking only)
Saturday, August 3, 2019 – open from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m.
Sunday, August 4, 2019 – open from 7 a.m. until close
Spectator Gate Times:
Saturday and Sunday, 8:00 a.m. until close
Open Friday, August 2, 2019 – noon to 10 p.m.
Test and Tune:
Friday, August 2, 2019 – time 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (for weekend competitors only, no reservation is required) $75.00
Racing: Saturday, August 3, 2019….10:00 AM
Pro Mods race times will be updated when available
Racing: Sunday, August 4, 2019….9:00 AM
Time updates when available
Race fees: Car (1972) and earlier and Driver – $130 (Sat. & Sun. only)
Camping $30 for the weekend (no reservations required)
Spectator admission: $20 per day, $35 weekend
Show & Shine (open to all years)….Times:
Saturday & Sunday, August 3 & 4, 2019- 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Show & Shine (open to all years)…..Entry fees:
1 day pass includes car, driver and one additional adult passenger – $30
2 day pass includes car, driver and one additional adult passenger – $50
Kids: 12 and under free with paid adult
Watch this page for future updates and exhibition cars.
2 Classes as follows:Street Rod A: Body styles to 1948; Quick 8 in qualifying; Full tree
Street Rod B: Up to 1948; Remaining cars in class; Full tree
A & B are called together until Eliminations, Electronics NOT ALLOWED in either
NOSTALGIA GAS:Body styles to 1972 – (“Straight Axle”) – configured to Association’s Rules, while complying with track safety requirements.
Announcing the return of the straight axles to Mission for the Loafers Old Time Drags
The class formerly run as the Straight Axle Shootout will run as Nostalgia Gas
Celebrating drag racing’s glory days of the 60’s to 70’s, this is a class designed for vehicles built in the nose-high style of these classic quarter milers and faithful to the spirit of the original gassers, AWB and M/P cars of this era.
Qualifying will be heads up, eliminations will be run on a dial in with pairings based on reaction times.
Class specs are being kept as loose as possible with the main goal being to put together a field of true “way back machines” that will provide good racing for the drivers and put on a great show for the spectators. – body styles are limited to doorcars
– NO electronics that control et’s
– transbrakes and two step rev limiters OK
– vehicles must be running a straight axle – exceptions made for era correct A arm suspension
– vehicles must meet NHRA safety requirements relevant to their ET’s.
VEHICLES MUST BE REGISTERED WITH THE CLASS DIRECTOR EITHER IN ADVANCE OR ON RACE DAY TO RACE IN THIS CLASS!!!
– registration will be $20 and includes a class t-shirt
– contact Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org for pre registration, info and updates
– race day registration also OKSTREET CLASSIC:
2 Classes as follows:Street Classic A: Body styles 1949 to 1964; Quick 8 or 16, Full tree
Street Classic B: Up to 1964; Remaining cars in class; Full tree
A & B are called together until Eliminations; Electronics NOT ALLOWED in either
STREET MACHINE:3 Classes as follows:
Street Machine A: Body styles up to 1972; 5/10 PRO Tree; ELECTRONICS ALLOWED
Street Machine B: Body styles 1965 – 1972; 11:49 ET and quickerFull tree
(“B” cars must meet stricter Tech Requirements occurring at this ET break); ELECTRONICS NOT ALLOWED
Street Machine C: Body styles 1965 – 1972; 11:50 and slower; Full tree; ELECTRONICS NOT ALLOWED
OUTLAW:2 Classes as follows:
Outlaw E: 9.99 and quicker; Body styles to 1972 plus front engined dragsters, altereds, etc; ELECTRONICS ALLOWED; SPORTSMAN 4/10 PRO TREE
Outlaw N: 9.99 and quicker; Body styles to 1972; NO ELECTRONICS ALLOWED; SPORTSMAN TREE
Minimum 8 car field required: – Subject to Management’s discretion.
Track Teck Inspector will determine compliance with class requirements as to Year of car, as well as mechanical and safety standards for all classes.