RULE BOOK DISCLAIMER: The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing
events and to establish minimum cceptable requirements for such events. These rules shall govern the condition of all events,
and by participating in these events, all participants are deemed to have complied with these rules. NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM PUBLICATIONS OF OR COMPLIANCE WITH THESE RULES AND/OR REGULATIONS. They are inteded
as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant, spectator,
The race director shall be empowered to permit reasonable and appropriate deviation from any of the specifications herein
or impose any further restrictions that in his opinion do not alter the minimum acceptable requirements. NO EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM SUCH ALTERATION OF SPECIFICATIONS. Any interpretation or deviation from these
rules is left to the discretions of the officials. Their decision is final.
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Grand Bayou Race Series (GBRS)
At No Problem Raceway Park
Recognizing that Road Racing in South Louisiana at NPR is just beginning, the philosophy of the Grand Bayou Race Series
(GBRS) is to provide a safe, fun and sustainable venue for anyone interested in road racing to compete with almost ANY type
of car. We call it FASS: fun, affordable, safe and sustainable.
Disclaimer: Racing of any form is dangerous and all competitors/participants assume all risks associated with the racing
and related activities. While these rules serve to run an orderly event, it cannot be assumed that participation in this
type of event carries no risks. These rules are intended as a guide for the conduct for this sport and are in no way are
a guarantee against injury or death to a participant, spectator, or others.
Competitors Can Have a Safe and Sustainable Venue for Road Racing
This race series is based on the philosophy that all participants have spent lots of time and money preparing their cars
to race. They want to come out, enjoy their cars and the racing, and go home with them and their car undamaged. They want
to return to their families and work to race another day. They and we do not want to increase the risk of bodily harm or
vehicle damage by reckless or overly aggressive competitors who are not afraid to damage their own car or the cars of others.
By setting the Series up in this manner, we hope to make it something sustainable, where you can come out and do this at your
level and continue to race for years to come.
By the use of a penalty of reduced racing privileges for wrecking or damaging your or any other person's car, we believe
we will help reduce these risks. At the GBRS, the responsibility for conduct goes to the Race Committee, which has the authority
to reduce racing privileges "if a driver does not allow racing room in a corner or drives overly aggressively."
The Race Committee will remove any offending driver who is driving over-aggressively, "over his head", or causing
other drivers to avoid him to avoid incident. Remember the overall goal for each event is fun, safety and ZERO BENT METAL.
Racing and competition is encouraged but a philosophy of co-existence on the track should prevail. For example, while
it is the responsibility of the overtaking driver to execute a safe pass, corner workers will be instructed to report drivers
appearing to "block" faster cars from passing. The Blue (Passing) Flag will be displayed to drivers who intentionally
impede faster cars and ignoring the Blue Flag will result in a Black Flag being displayed to the offending driver. Very unsafe
driving will be sufficient cause for drivers to be immediately excluded from further racing and such drivers may forfeit any
entry fee paid.
Penalty for Damage or Bad Conduct by Drivers - the 13/13 Rule
As the primary objective of Grand Bayou Club Racing is fun and safety, there will be penalties for damaging anything,
cars or otherwise, or behaving in an unsafe manner as judged by the Race Committee.
The "13/13 Rule" is the cornerstone of running safe races and has been widely adopted across the U.S. It states
that "Anyone causing damage to a car while either on the track or in the pits during the event will be placed on probation
under the 13/13 Rule. If during the 13-month period following the issuance of the 13/13 probation, the driver is found at
fault for another infraction under the 13/13 Rule, the driver will be suspended from participating for 13 months. If a person
returns after being suspended for 13 months and causes another incident, they may be refused entry in all future events at
the discretion of the Chief Steward.
Incidents - Anyone involved in an incident of any kind for which they are found to be at fault, will be excluded from
further racing at that event. In incidents involving car to car contact, the Race Committee will determine any drivers at
fault and such drivers will be placed in the 13/13 Probation. (Often, fault in a racing accident is shared because neither
driver drove to avoid the incident nor allowed sufficient road to the other driver. Drivers are expected that one may have
to alter their line to prevent contact and/or damage.) In an incident, it will be up to the Race Committee to determine fault.
Time permitting, statements will be taken from corner workers, other drivers observing the actual incident, and drivers involved
before a judgement is reached. After a final decision, there is no appeal process.
Any vehicle configured for road racing safety requirements is eligible. All modifications not specifically prohibited
below are permitted.
Car preparations necessary before being allowed to participate. These preparations are in addition to the safety requirements.
1. Drivers of cars with non-full windshields will be required to wear full-face helmets with shields down any time they
are on track.
2. Driver's window must remain open while on course.
3. Sunroofs must remain completely closed. Open cars must have either a full cage, or a roll bar with the top in place.
T-tops or targa type tops must be in place.
4. All cars must run with both windows down.
5. Floor mats must be removed
6. All hubcaps must be removed.
7. Lugnuts must be steel, with engagement at least equal to the diameter of the wheel lug studs. (suggested that studs
protrude slightly from any open lug nuts)
8. All oil lines on the pressure side of the oil pump must be thread on connections equal to or better than the factory.
No slip-on oil lines to oil coolers.
9. Headrests, either as part of the seat, or separate, are required. The headrest must extend above the midpoint of the
back of the helmet on the vertical plane of the seatback with the driver in the driving position.
10. All cars must be equipped with a metal firewall separating the driver compartment from the engine compartment capable
of preventing the passage of flame and debris.
11. Drivers of water-cooled cars should use minimal anti-freeze in the cooling systems. In case of overheating or accident,
glycol makes the track extremely slippery.
12. Tinting of windows is not recommended.
13. Anyone in the hot pits must wear long pants and a minimum of a short sleeve shirt and shoes with a closed toe.
14. No cars nitrous-equipped or carrying nitrous oxide bottles are permitted on course.
Race Classes and Groups
GBRS presently defines its race classes as outlined below. Race Classes may be combined or divided from time to time
into Run Groups depending on the schedule and entries for a particular event. GBRS reserves the right to change the Classes
and/or Run Groups to provide safe and fair and fun competition.
A driver may participate in multiple classes. An entry fee will apply for each class.
Bracket Classes and Traditional Car Classes
As the series is being started, there may be insufficient numbers of cars within any one class to allow cars to be segregated
by class in the traditional method, i.e. by similar car type or power-to-weight ratio. Initially, the Series may simply split
the participating cars into Classes ("brackets") based on lap times recorded during Qualifying without regard to
car type - Bracket Road Racing.
Classing cars based on lap times will ensure close, competitive racing without having to heavily modify the car. The
Bracket Series also eliminates policing illegal car modifications.
The theory to be followed is simple - with no timing devices allowed and no pit or trackside communication to the driver,
participants can race and win as long as they don't break out. If a driver exceeds his "bracket" minimum time,
set by the Race Committee, he will NOT SCORE A FINISH nor will he earn Series Points. See Breakout Rules.
As Series participation grows, an evolution to more traditional Run Groups and Classifications may be set up.
Sports-Touring Classes - Bracket Racing
All Sports-Touring cars will fall into Classes ("brackets") based on lap times recorded during qualifying.
Drivers may do anything they wish with their cars, run any type of racing tire, shocks, etc. Nitrous is not allowed.
No timing devices on the track or in the car during qualifying and racing, or communication by radio or any other means
between anyone trackside during qualifying and racing will be allowed. The only times allowed are those kept by timing and
scoring. If it is discovered that times have been kept or radioed in during the race or qualifying, the driver will immediately
forfeit whatever position they held and are considered cheating. They will also be placed on the 13/13 list. As this is
the only way people can cheat in this type of format, it will be strictly enforced.
The S-T ("bracket") Classes will be set by Race Committee following the Qualifying session on the day of the
race based on times recorded. The method for setting Classes will generally be as follows:
Starting with the fastest S-T qualifying time, the Race Committee will formulate Classes based on (1) the number of ST
cars, (2) the spread of qualifying times and (3) the principal of trying to maximize the closeness of racing and on-track
time. To create logical splits closely grouped qualifying times, the spreads of the Classes will generally be the same.
Example: ST A spread 7 seconds, ST B spread 8 seconds, ST C 7 seconds.
No car, which has logged a lap time faster than 1:22.00, will be allowed to race in the S-T Class.
Race Committee may set as many as six Classes (Orange A, Red B, Yellow C, Blue D, Green E. and Purple F) which may run
separately or combined into Run Groups, as needed.
Orange Class (ST A) - Fastest Bracket
Composed of the fastest S-T cars, starting with the fastest ST qualifier. The ST A Bracket will be set as follows: the
fast time, rounded to the second, one full second below the time recorded. Example: a pole time of 1:25.25 will establish
Bracket Minimum Time (BMT) of 1:24.00.
Slower Classes will be assigned and posted based on the number of participants as decided by the Race Committee for the
The cars running in the above classes may not record any race lap time less than the establish Bracket Minimum Time (BMT).
If they turn a faster time than the BMT, they are considered "Breaking Out" and will not score Series Points. Series
Points are only awarded during the feature race.
Posting of S-T Classes and Run Groups
Following the last qualifying session, Race Committee will set Classes (and Run Groups if Classes are combined) which
will be posted in the paddock for review by racers.
Between the time of posting of Classes (and Run Groups if Classes are combined), and the set time announced over the pubic
address system, but not less than 20 minutes before the start of Heat Races, racers may change the Class they will race in
by noting the change on a Class Changes. The Race Committee shall have final approval of any such requested Change. No class
shall contain less than 5 cars.
Drivers may Choose a run in different Class ("bracket") after Posting of S-T Classes and Run Groups
Competitors may choose to run in a faster or a slower group than posted. If competitors so choose, they will be grided
for the Heat and the Feature races at the back of the chosen class, except that Licensed or Provisional Drivers so choosing
shall be grided in front of the Novices.
Break Out Rules
Due to race-day weather and variations in track conditions during the event, the Race Committee shall have the sole discretion
over Break Out Rules for any Series or race for which Series Points may be awarded.
In general, in order for a competitor to be judged as "Breaking Out" during any Race for which Series Points,
such competitor must record a race lap time faster than the BMT. Any competitor judged to have Broken Out will be scored
DSQ and will not score Series Points for the race.
Rationale behind this type of classification.
1. It is fairer.
2. It is safer.
3. With no technical specifications, it doesn't take a lot of technical expertise.
4. Many drivers are expected to be Novice Drivers and will be much slower than their cars. Drivers who are not experienced
will be grouped with like cars/drivers and will always be able to "find a race" rather than looking in their mirrors
to avoid much faster drivers in like cars. It allows inexperienced drivers to actually race. Novices can drive and build
their racecraft more comfortably, rather than being forced to go faster in order to keep up with similar cars but more experienced
5. It keeps the racing close. Close racing will make it will easy for fans or spectators to follow who is leading.
6. All drivers will be able to progress faster by close racing The disqualification of drivers who "break out"
of their group will prevent sandbagging during qualifying.
7. Drivers will still be able to keep their cars in the classification of other venues that they already race.
8. All types of cars can participate.
No Radio communication or lap timing during the Sports-Touring (Bracket) events
No car competing in any S-T Class may have any timing device, which may be visible to the driver during on-track events,
including stopwatches, wristwatches, or Hot Lap timers. Drivers are prohibited from communicating or being communicated to
from other persons in order to relay timing information. Anyone found violating these rules will be considered cheating and
will be excluded from other activities and results without refund. Data acquisition for set-up purposes is permissible if
the driver cannot view any display device for such equipment.
In the initial season, prior to the adoption of required electronic timing equipment (transponders), competitors may be
required to time and score races other than their own race. The Race Committee shall announce at the Drivers Meeting at the
start of event such requirements as deemed necessary. The race driver may serve in that capacity.
Traditional Race Classes (Non-bracket racing)
At GBRS events there may be traditional classes of cars. While many participants will run in Sports-Touring Cars ("brackets"),
GBRS plans the following traditional car Classes depending on the number of participants: Super Production, Vintage V-8, Camaro
Mustang Challenge, Open-Wheel or Formula Class, Exhibition Classes, or any other special Class, especially by prior arrangements
with GBRS. Examples of guest classes may be Baby Cup cars, Legend cars, or some Challenge or Marque Races.
All such car-specific classes will be run using normal timing and scoring rules, i.e. will not run as bracket classes.
Camaro Mustang Challenge
Series rules will generally conform to NASA Texas Rules, with the following exception shown in bold below. Refer to the
following website for rules: www.nasatx.com. AS THE GRAND BAYOU RACES SERIES DOES NOT ALLOW CAR-TO-CAR CONTACT. THIS RULE
SHALL SUPERCEDE ANY SUCH RULE(S) PROMULGATED BY N.A.S.A. TEXAS.
Super Production (SP)
All of the fastest cars at the track on Race Day will run in SP, regardless of configuration (other than open-wheel cars).
This Class will include SCCA GT-1 and GT-2 cars and may include high performance vintage cars including Can-Am, World Championship
of Makes cars, SCCA Shelby Can-AM, Sports 2000, CSR, DSR and other closed-wheel classes. Any car capable of logging a lap
time faster than 1:22.00 will run in SP and will not run in the S-T Classes.
Formula or Open-wheel Cars -
When sufficient entries demand, open-wheel cars will be granted a Run Group. Participants desiring to race open-wheel
cars should contact Race Organizers as soon as possible to allow sufficient participation to have a separate Run Group.
Open wheel cars are not eligible to participate in the Sports Touring classes.
Vintage V-8 1975 or older A production, B production, A Sedan
All Cars must be prepared to SCCA vintage rules 1972 GCR. Tires - DOT legal, 60 Series on 15 x 8 inch wheels. Tires
must have full grooves when purchased new and must have grooves of at least 60% of tire at the time of safety inspection (for
example, if full tread depth is 12/64", then all grooves must be a minimum of 7/64" at safety inspection).
Run Groups, Classes and Brackets - Multiple Entries, Single Entry Scores Series Points
Drivers may participate with multiple cars or elect to run the same car in multiple Run Groups, but no Competitor shall
be permitted to earn Series Points for more than one entry per day. Drivers must make an election as to the entry to earn
Series Points prior to any Heat Race. In the event that an election is not made, the FIRST class competed in shall be conclusively
deemed to been elected by that driver. It is the responsibility of drivers running multiple cars or run groups to understand
the process for electing which entry will score Series Points and to make the election in the manner prescribed by the Race
For each single day event, after Qualifying, the driver may select which Run Group(s) they will run in. Drivers may desire
to compete in more than one Run Group and earn Series Points, but competitors will be required to elect which Run Group will
record Series Points in advance of competition. If a competitor has elected to compete in more than one Run Group, and the
Race Committee combines such Run Groups, a refund will be issued to such competitor for the additional fee paid. With the
approval of the Race Committee, the competitor may elect to move his faster entry to compete in the next fastest Run Group.
Each different class group will require an additional entry fee. The driver may select which group he will be participating
in after the morning warmup session. During the day, each group will have the following track times participation. A 10 to
15 minute warm up, a 15 to 20 minute Qualifying Session, a 15 minute Heat Race and a 20 minute Feature Race. Initially, the
Heat Race may be run with a practice start, a race to turn 8, a reforming and then a restart on the second lap.
All starts will be rolling starts. The determination of Run Groups and Brackets will be made by the Race Committee based
on Qualifying Times recorded by competitors during the Qualifying Race. In the event that a Competitor fails to record a
Representative Qualifying Time, the Race Committee may assign the competitor to a Run Group. Any Competitor failing to record
a Representative Qualifying Time and being assigned to a Run Group may request to be placed in a faster Run Group if he so
elects. The Race Committee shall have the final control over any Run Group assignment and any protest for Breaking.
Race Committee (RC)
The Race Committee shall be comprised of the Chief Steward, the Chief Corner Marshall and up to Three (3) competitors
registered for the Series Meeting. Communications between the Race Committee members need not be face-to-face, but may be
conducted in any manner deemed appropriate by the RC.
At each race, all licensed drivers will have their name put into a hat. Provisional and Novice drivers are not eligible
to participate as part of the Race Committee. During the first ever race, only Provisional drivers will make up the pool
from which to choose the Race Committee. Three of those names will be pulled at the beginning of the day. Two alternates
will also be drawn. These 3 people will serve as the Race Committee for the day. The 2 alternates will be available should
one or 2 of the Race Committee be involved in an incident. Members of the Race Committee may not pass judgment on an incident
they are involved in. An alternate must be used. No licensed drivers are excused from serving on the race committee. If
they are involved in an incident and finished for the day, they are still required to stay and serve on the committee until
the finish of competition for the day.
The duties of the Race Committee shall be to rule on incidents, assigning fault for those incidents and removing people
who are judged to be at fault, and assign Classes, BMT and run groups. Even prior to an incident, the race Committee may
by unanimous vote remove any racer deemed to be extremely dangerous.
The Race Committee shall use all evidence available to them to make decisions, in-car camera data, corner worker reports,
driver statements, and race control reports. Input from other drivers in the same group should be obtained if available.
Input from spectators shall be disregarded.
The Race Committee along with the driver(s) involved and any video available must meet at Race Control, immediately following
the end of the race. Radio communication is permissible for obtaining corner worker input. If necessary, time may be allowed
to pick up incident report forms from the corner station before the next run group begins. If one of the Race Committee is
in the next run group, The group will either be held, or that member will interview those involved after the session. (Holding
the run group will further instill the importance of everyone driving safely.)
Determinations of Fault in Incidents involving Damage
In incidents involving damage to only one car, that driver will be automatically sanctioned, and the Race Committee only
needs to inform the driver. The only incident in which damage may occur and not have a sanction invoked is when a spoiler
makes excessive contact with the ground or the racetrack itself, causing damage to the spoiler. In multiple car incidents,
all drivers involved will be sanctioned, unless the Race Committee unanimously agrees that less than all drivers were entirely
at fault. Similarly, by unanimous agreement, the Race Committee may find a driver in a single car incident not at fault due
to situations beyond his/her control. If by unanimous decision, the Race Committee may find a driver sufficiently in violation
of Rules in the discretion of the RC, the Race Committee may Santen the driver by excluding the driver from further competition
for the day/weekend and/or asking the driver to "put the car on the trailer", or asking the driver to leave the
If, in the unanimous opinion of the Race Committee, a driver is found to have used a radio or timing device during any
Bracket Class session, the Race Committee must invoke the 13/13 Rule, either as probation for 13 months or a prohibition from
racing for 13 months.
As the times may be recorded by random assigning of drivers/crew to cars, there will be no opportunity for protesting
if someone receives a break out. If there is a gross discrepancy, the race committee will review it and make a judgment.
Setting S-T Classes and BMT's
Race Committee shall choose the Classes based on a minimum of five participants in a class. Whole second intervals should
denote the BMT for each class. In setting Class S-T A, The ST A BMT will be set as follows: the fast time, rounded to the
second, one full second below the time recorded, in no case shall the S-T A BMT be less than 1:22.00. Example: a pole time
of 1:25.25 will establish Bracket Minimum Time (BMT) of 1:24.00.
Safety & Technical Requirements
All cars must have minimum 5-point safety harness Y-type harnesses are not allowed. The lap and shoulder belts must be
3 inches wide and the anti submarine belt may be 2 inches wide. The shoulder straps must be mounted such that the angle of
the straps from the driver's shoulders to the anchor point must not be above horizontal or at an angle greater than 40 degrees
below the horizontal. (Horizontal belts are not to be fastened to the floor directly behind the driver's seat) The anti-submarine
straps should not allow upward vertical movement of the lap belt due to compression of the front seat cushion in any situation.
Fastening of the straps should be exactly as recommended from the manufacturer. All cars are required to have a dedicated
race seat with the routing for the belts. Roll bar should be a minimum 4 point roll bar, plus an angled bar by drivers door
for lateral impact protection, may be bolt in. Racing seat and back support for the seat. Back supports should be a minimum
of 12 sq. inches, with no horizontal or vertical dimension being less than 3 inches and come across the mid shoulder blade
portion of the drivers seat. Strongly suggested is a full roll cage. Cage specs must be to SCCA rules for the weight of
the car. Full roll cage and window net is required for Group A, B, SP, Vintage V-8 and Camaro Mustang Challenge cars. Roll
bar and cage specifications listed below. All cars must have either a window net or the driver must wear arm restraints adjusted
so that no arms or hands may move outside the open window. Window nets may be either a string or strap type and must be mounted
securely with a provision for easy removal in the event of an accident. It is recommended that the net be mounted permanently
on the bottom, and removable on the top. The use of either plastic tie straps or elastic cords is not allowed. The method
of attachment can be brackets bolted around the upper window frame. It is strongly recommended that any window net be attached
to the roll cage instead of the door. Bolted in or welded in cage or roll bar is fine. SA 95 or higher helmet, full fire
suit. Fire suit single layer with underwear or double layer, however the combination of suit and underwear must total a
rating of 2 layers. All drivers must wear gloves and shoes of a fire resistant material. Drivers with facial hair must wear
a fire resistant hood ("balaclava"). Head Supports: It is highly recommended that all drivers wear a neck support
device. Electrical disconnect specifications. All cars must have an electrical disconnect which will kill the engine and
shut off any electric fuel pump. The disconnect should be located in an area of the car that is easily visible. A sticker,
easily available from racer supply, which says OFF and has a lightening bolt, should denote it. If the switch is not easily
accessible to the exterior of the car, a cable may be taped in place which can be pulled to activate the electrical disconnect.
In the event of an accident, an outside person must be able to turn the car off from the outside of the vehicle. Towing eyes:
All cars should have a dedicated towing eye or other means to attach a tow strap to the front of the car. A similar device
is recommended at the rear. The driver's window must be fully open on closed production cars. Fuel Cells: It is suggested
that all cars have a fuel cell that meets FIA FT-3 specification. Fuel cells are mandatory in all Super Production cars.
Fire Extinguishers: All cars must be equipped with a dry chemical or Halon fire extinguisher of at least 2 pounds, securely
mounted with a metal quick-release device, in the cockpit within reach of the driver. On-board fire suppression systems are
highly recommended. Electric fuel pumps: It is recommended that all cars equipped with an electric fuel pump be also fitted
with an oil pressure controlled cut-off switch. (NAPA 701-1577) It is required that all drivers wear an automobile (SA)
rated racing helmet of 1995 (SA-95) or later Snell approval or equivalent FIA spec. "M" rated (Motorcycle) helmets
are not allowed. All drivers must wear adequate eye protection. The driver's name, DOB and any special medical information
should be clearly labeled on the back of the helmet.
Roll Bar Specifications
All vehicles competing in the Grand Bayou Race Series must be equipped with an approved roll bar. The roll bar must be
securely mounted to the floor and/or longitudinal members of the unibody with the top of the main hoop at least 2" above
the driver's helmet when the driver is seated in the normal driving position. If roll bars or cages are bolted in, they must
have plates on the outside of the car equal to the size of those inside the car, attached to the bar/cage. Mounting plates
must be of minimum thickness of 3/16". The bar or cage must be mounted directly to the metal of the car and have no
carpet or padding in between. One minimum cross (transverse) brace must be present on the vertical hoop behind the driver.
There should be 2 forward/rearward directed braces from the top of the hoop, attached as near to the top of the hoop as possible
and at an included angle of at least 30 degrees, reaching far to the rear of the car, but not necessarily all the way.
An inspection hole 3/16" in diameter must be provided in a non-critical area for verification of the tube thickness.
Any portion of the roll bar or cage, which may come in contact with the driver, must be covered with high-density foam padding
1" thick. It must be held securely in place.
Minimum Roll bar tubing sizes.
Under 1500 lbs Over 1500 lbs
Mild Steel 1.5" X .120" 1.75" X .120"
Alloy Steel 1.375" X .090" 1.625" X .095"
Roll Cage Specifications
For cars with roll cages, the main and front roll hoops must have the following minimum diameters and thickness.
Cars up to 2500 lbs
Mild Steel 1.50" X .095"
Alloy Steel 1.375" X .095"
Cars over 2500 lbs
Mild Steel 1.75" X .095" or 1.50" X .120" or 1.65" X 1.20"
Alloy Steel 1.50" X .095
Tech inspections will be done at the track prior to the event. It should be understood that it is the driver's responsibility
to make sure the car is safe from a structural standpoint. Mechanical failures causing car damage are still considered an
incident and subject to the 13/13 rules.
Drivers of any open cockpit car are required to have driver arm restraints. Loose carpeting must be removed.
Safety Requirements - Vintage Racing Car