A. Racing components in aluminum and magnesium should be checked for stress and replaced on a regular basis, based on the manufacturer’s recommendations of the life usage of the part. These parts are, but not limited to; wheel centers, live rear axles, hubs and top wings.
B. Computer operated and/or controlled parts, such as fuel injection, fuel systems, chassis adjusting systems, etc. will not be permitted at any time during any event. The use of any electronic remote and/or wireless equipment capable of adjusting any equipment and/or function on the race car while during any type of racing competition will not be permitted.
C. The use of electronic logic processors (this includes any traction control devices) to control any function of the racecar and/or any system for continuous gathering of data from any function of the race car for which the intended use is computer downloading will not be permitted at any time during any event.
D. Two-way radios, crew-member to driver and/or any other means of electronic communication, other than the WoO controlled one-way driver radio, will not be permitted.
E. All cars shall provide their own and be equipped with an AMB/MyLaps transponder (for lap scoring). Transponders shall be located on the right side behind the front torsion bar tubes on the vertical gusset and/or any other area determined by the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars Series Officials. The fitted transponder box shall be mounted as close as possible to the ground, but not protrude below the frame rail. See drawing 16.11e. It is the responsibility of the competitor to ensure that the transponder is in quality working condition, fully charged and is securely mounted and is in a suitable position with brackets as outlined above.
F. Transponders may be available for rent from the scoring official. Competitors may be required to leave their driver’s license with the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series when they receive their transponder equipment. Should a team’s transponder be lost, damaged, destroyed and/or not returned, the replacement cost of the transponder will be withheld from the team’s purse winnings from that event. It is in everyone’s interest that transponders are suitably and securely attached and are in good working condition.
G. Competitors shall supply their own and be required to use “one-way radio communication” from race officials. The communication from the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Race Director will aid in the direction of the race, including, but not limited to, safety and resetting the race lineup prior to any restart
H. Drivers one-way radios may be available for rent from the scoring official. Should a one-way radio be lost, damaged, destroyed and/or not returned, replacement cost will be withheld from that teams’ purse winnings from that event.
I. Electronics, Gauges and Dashes
a. 2-way communication devices in or attached to the race vehicle or on the driver’s person will not be permitted.
b. Cellular, satellite and/or Wi-Fi devices in or attached to the race vehicle or the driver’s person will not be permitted (including cell phones or smart watches).
c. Antennas will not be permitted in or attached to the race vehicle or carried by the driver.
d. All forms of a vehicle position system (GPS) will not be permitted.
e. Only approved lap timing and or lap time recording devices (transponders) will be permitted.
f. Gauges to monitor engine conditions are permitted at the discretion of World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Officials.
g. All Electric gauges whether analog or digital, except tachometers, will only be permitted to have one (1) input from the respective gauge sensor. Outputs from the gauges will not be permitted. Tachometers will be permitted to record engine RPM for recall.
h. Electronic Dash Modules will not be allowed in the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series.
i. All additional wiring harnesses related to electronic dash modules or any other type of data acquisition must be completely removed from the race vehicle during an event.