Think you got a smokin' ride? Well here's your chance to prove it! Bring your car. Bring your bike. Bring your Mom's Mini-Van. JUST BRING IT!
Street Fights Saturday Night gives anyone the chance to tackle the strip in legendary Thunder Valley. All street-legal vehicles, from muscle cars to minivans and motorcycles, are welcome to compete at Street Fights. The schedule will be announced soon. Each event will feature Drifting, a Car Show, and much more!
Street Fights brings a lot more than just head-to-head street legal racing to the table. Yes, you can race your buddy, or try to top your last run down Thunder Valley's quarter-mile, but there's much, much more. Each event night serves up fun and exciting promotions, many of which racers and spectators can take home valuable prizes. Street Fights Season to be announced soon! Come out and join the fun!
Season Opening Street Fight on March 23rd will be ran during the day! Gates will open at Noon and Racing begins at 1:00 PM!
Except the first, all other Street Fights will operate with Gates Open at 5:00 PM with Racing at 6:00 PM!
MINORS: Anyone UNDER the age of 18 must have a parent/guardian sign a waiver form in front of a Bristol Dragway official to either ride or drive during Street Fights. The waiver is good for the entire Street Fights season.
CHASSIS: All vehicles must have functional doors. Any car or truck running quicker than 11.50 in the quarter mile must have a roll-bar (See NHRA rulebook for additional requirements).
LIGHTS: All vehicles must have functional headlights and taillights. Aftermarket lights are ok, but flashlights and equipment of that nature are not allowed.
NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH: All vehicles MUST be equipped with a neutral safety or clutch interlock switch.
EXHAUST: All cars and trucks MUST have working mufflers. No open exhaust allowed.
CLOTHING: Anyone driving or riding as a passenger in a car or truck while racing MUST wear long pants and a shirt with sleeves that cover the shoulder. No shorts, skirts, tank tops, or halter tops allowed while racing.
SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Anyone driving or riding as a passenger in a car or truck while racing MUST wear a seat belt. Any car or truck running quicker than a 13.99 ET in the quarter-mile WILL NOT be allowed to have a passenger and the driver MUST wear a helmet.
DRIVER LICENSE: Anyone racing a car or truck MUST have a valid driver's license from their state of residence.
AGE REQUIREMENT: Anyone riding as a passenger in a car or truck while racing MUST be at least 16 years old and signed a Release Waiver. Motorcycles and 4-Wheel ATV's
LIGHTS: All motorcycles and 4-wheel ATV’s must have functional headlights and taillights. Aftermarket lights are ok, but flashlights and equipment of that nature are not allowed.
EXHAUST: All motorcycles and 4-wheel ATV's MUST have working mufflers. No open exhaust allowed.
CLOTHING/SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Anyone racing a motorcycle or 4-wheel ATV in the quarter-mile or going faster than 120 MPH MUST wear full leathers (pants jacket), full fingered gloves, high-top boots and a helmet. Any rider who does NOT have leather pants will be allowed to run 1/8 mile and MUST go slower than 120 MPH. Leather jacket, full fingered gloves, high-top boots and helmet are required for ALL motorcycle and 4-wheel ATV competitors.
DRIVER LICENSE: Motorcycle drivers MUST have a valid motorcycle driver's license from their state of residence. 4-wheel ATV drivers MUST have a valid driver's license from their state of residence.
PASSENGER: Passengers will NOT be allowed on any motorcycle or ATV while racing. General Rules
TECH: All cars, trucks, motorcycles, and 4-wheel ATV's MUST purchase a tech card at the front gate, fill the card out/sign it, and take the tech card along with your vehicle to tech before being allowed to race.
SPEED LIMIT: The speed limit anywhere in the pit area of the racing facility is 5 MPH. The pit area is anywhere except the racing surface. ANYONE CAUGHT EXCEEDING THE 5 MPH SPEED LIMIT WILL BE DISQUALIFIED FROM THE EVENT.
ET BOOTH: All racers must come to a complete stop at the ET Booth when picking up their time slip. Racers are not to leave the ET Booth under excessive speed or by doing a burn-out. ANY RACER DISREGARDING THE ABOVE WILL BE DISQUALIFIED FROM THE EVENT.
SAFETY: For additional equipment and safety rules/guidelines please refer to the current NHRA rulebook.