NOR-CAL DWARF CAR ASSOCIATION, INC.

2010 GENERAL RULEBOOK

REVISED FEBRUARY 2010

www.dwarfworld.com/ncdca

 

 

With the nostalgic look of early stock cars, Dwarf Cars are scaled copies of 1928 to 1948 vintage American coupes and sedans. They are powered by a motorcycle engine. The bodies are scaled down versions of full size cars.

2010 NCDCA, INC.

Rules are subject to change!

The following are “COMMON SENSE” type rules. Our objective is to minimize rule changes. Do not attempt to build a Dwarf Car without first contacting a NOR-CAL Dwarf Car Board member for rule clarification. If a car is built that does not meet the Dwarf Car specifications, it will not be a Dwarf Car. Interpretations of, or amendment to these rules may be made at anytime. The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. These rules shall govern the conditions of all events, and by participating in these events, all licensees will be deemed to have complied with these rules. No express or implied warranty of safety shall result from publication of, or compliance with, these rules and/or regulations. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to participants.

NOR-CAL DWARF CAR ASSOCIATION, INC.

3165 N. HOLLY DRIVE

TRACY CA. 95376

President Frank Munroe PH. (209) 832-8508

 

 

 

Table of Contents

 

 

Body Types -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3

Dimensions -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4

Tires and Wheels ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4

Wheel Base -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4

Fuel ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4

Fuel Cell ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4

Engines ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5

Drive Train ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5

Frame and Roll Cage ------------------------------------------------------------------- 6

Engine Location and Set Back -------------------------------------------------------- 6

Suspension -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6

Weight ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7

Nerf Bars and bumpers ---------------------------------------------------------------- 7

Electrical --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8

Brakes ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 8

Safety -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8

Numbers --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9

Rules of Conduct ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 9-10

Protest ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11

Appeals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11

Nor-Cal Jurisdiction ------------------------------------------------------------------ 12

Violations and Fines ------------------------------------------------------------------ 12

Flags ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 13

Schedule ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------14

Point sheet-------------------------------------------------------------------------------15

Pay out sheet---------------------------------------------------------------------------16

 

 

 

 

1. BODY TYPES

A. There will be no special class of cars; all oval track Dwarf Cars run under the same competition.

B. Car bodies will be 1928 to 1948 vintage coupe or sedan, and will have been a production car. All frames and roll cages, including firewall, doors and rear section framing, must be fabricated as a single unit frame already forming the actual contour and dimensions of the finished body. Sheet metal, meaning the outside skin, must be attached, riveted, spot welded or dzus buttoned, no more than 12” between attaching points located near the outside perimeter of each panel where it meets the roll cage, fire wall or trunk framing. Skin may not bulge or gap open between any attaching points.

C. No open top cars such as roadsters or convertibles. No convertibles bodies with hard tops or “T” tops. The cars must be replicas of factory stock bodies. They must have full roof of metal construction. All roll cage bracing must be intact, permanently welded. Enter and exit by door only.

D. No foreign makes, panels, station wagons or woodies. Only closed top, meaning hardtop, American passenger cars or trucks.

E. All cars will be of metal construction. No fiberglass, plastic, nylon etc. No aluminum for frame or roll cage. Outer skin shall be a minimum of 26 gauge steel or .040 aluminum. Firewall between engine and manned compartment is mandatory. There must be a complete firewall, front and rear separating engine and trunk compartments from manned compartments.

F. No fenders of any type. No structure of any type to simulate or act as a fender. G. Doors and windows must remain in stock appearance and location. Body must be skinned to match it type. (i.e. 3-window couple must be skinned as a 3 window, not as a 5-window). Right and left doors must be operational and allow passage. Right or left door may be shortened. Windows and door must be near exact scale size, shape and location. All door must be hinged as to open.

H. Each car will have grill shell and simulated original grill matching it’s body style or a simulated radiator and vertical loop mounting bar mounted in near stock location and a hood to match radiator size and body style as not to distract from overall appearance. No grill is required if simulated radiator is used. Functional radiator may be mounted in the trunk area.

I. Engine compartment must conform to scale of body length and must match contour of body where it meets the right and left side of body panels. Firewall or cowling outer skin must be stock appearance in size and shape; only inner panel may be altered.

J. Any hood may be notched, bent or cut in such a manner as not to distract from the stock appearance or on car using a radiator/simulated radiator, hoods may not be altered so as to detract from neat appearance.

K. At the beginning of race night, all cars must have all body parts intact.

L. No airfoils, wings or streamlining of body.

2. DIMENSIONS

A. Maximum car height 48”, top to ground.

B. Maximum body width 38”.

C. 40" maximum body height from bottom of frame rail to top of car.

D. The slope of the roof may not exceed 3 1/2" measured from the highest point in the rear just before the main cage starts to turn downward, to the lowest point just before the main cage starts to turn downward. The slope on the front hood should remain in proportion to the rest of the body.

 

3. TIRES and WHEELS

A. Steel wheels only, 13" WHEEL ONLY, 7" maximum width

B. DIRT Hoosier D.O.T, 8” wide maximum tread width, 50 durometer reading and/or Hoosier "Mediums" or "RC-3".

C. ASPHALT Hoosier D.O.T (Super T. D. tread), 50 durometer reading.

D. No softening compounds will be allowed.

E. Hoosier decals must be displayed on both sides of car and on drivers uniform.

F. Offset wheels are OK.

G. No bead locks

4. WHEEL BASE

A. Wheel base 73” (1/2” tolerance allowed,) measured at the center of the spindle to the center of the rear end housing.

B. Outside tire width not to exceed 61” (must be able to pass through 61” opening)

 

5. FUEL

A. Pump gas, aviation fuel, racing gas.

B. No nitrous oxide, no alcohol.

6. FUEL CELL

A. Not to exceed 5 gallons.

B. Tank must be vented so as not leak fuel in any position, non leaking cap.

C. Fuel cell must be mounted between frame rails, in trunk.

D. Fuel cell must be mounted with metal straps only.

E. Must have complete fire wall between drive and fuel cell.

F. No pressurized fuel system

 

 

7. ENGINES

A. Motorcycle engines only.( no snowmobile engines)

B. 1250 cc maximum allowable displacement, 4 cycle, 4 cylinders maximum.Must have been originally produced by Manufacture no larger than 1250 cc's.

C. Must be a regular production motor (minimum of 500 units per year).

D. Must have working starter, clutch and transmission in place.

E. Charging system optional.

F. Must be naturally aspirated.

G. Engine must be cooled by original intent. May use extra fans or oil cooler.

H. Two valve engines may have after market cams.

I. Exhaust and headers must be installed so as not to detract from stock appearing hood, with the exception of side panels.

J. Muffler are mandatory, 95 dba @ 100'.

K. No after market cases.

L. No auxiliary starter.

M. This rule applies to fuel injected motors: OEM fuel injection only.Fuel injection may not be modified in any way from it's original OEM specifications. OEM ignition systems only. No after market fuel injection allowed. After market boxes that adjust Fuel Curve, Timing and RPM only, are allowed. The only boxes that are approved are the Dynojet 2,3,and 3R. Any boxes of this type, other than those specified, must be pre-approved by Pit Steward, 30 days prior to the event. Any car that is discovered to have any other electronic devices other that those outlined above, or who has made any modifications to these allowed boxes, will be disqualified.

8. DRIVE TRAIN

A. Must use steel drive shaft from motor to automotive rear end.

B. Drive shaft must have a minimum of 3 360 degree loops. One near each end, one in center. Must be fabricated from a minimum 3/16" x 1-1/2" steel bar, or 1.25" x .065 steel tubing.

C. No quick change rear ends.

D. No after market differentials.

E. No quick change in the entire drive system, meaning from motor.

F. Any shaft, U joint or fuel line passing through the drivers compartment must be enclosed with sufficient strength.

9. FRAME and ROLL CAGE

A. Roll cage must be constructed of a minimum 1.25" OD & 1.5" OD x .065 wall tubing in the main roll cage. Secondary members will be a minimum of 1" OD x .065. wall.

B. All lower frame side rails will be a minimum of 1" x 2" rectangular tubing with a minimum of .120" wall (lower frame rails on right and left side, running from extreme front to extreme rear: does not include cross member). No round, oval or square tubing in lower side frame rail.

C. There will be a minimum of three (3) cross members in the main compartment; one at the forward end, one in the center and one at the rear. The cross members will be made of steel only, with a minimum wall thickness of .120". Cross members may be round, oval, square or angle.

D. The right and left doors must have a minimum of two bars with a minimum of.065" wall x 1" OD tubing welded through the midsection of the door frame. The bar supporting the drive shaft tunnel may be included as one of these, only on drive shaft side. Drive shaft side of car must have one bar, minimum of .065" wall x 1" tubing, welded inside to front and rear door post positioned horizontally. This bar must not exceed 9" above the top of the frame rail or must not be less than 4" above top of frame rail. If drive shaft tunnel bar is within these measurements, it mat be used as this bar. There must also be inside the door opening welded to door post, front and rear to support door from being pushed into the driver upon impact.

E. All cars will have a permanent structure support bar, located behind the seat at approx. 23" from the frame rail, extending from side to side. The bottom of the seat will not be more than 63' back, measured from the upper ball joint. The seat may be tilted back for added drive head clearance, however, no portion of the seat may be back more than 68" measured at the permanent structure bar. A seat pan must be welded in place, using a minimum of 14 gauge steel.

10. ENGINE LOCATION and SET BACK

A. All engines must be front mounted, in stock location for model of car.

B. Engines may not be extended more than 12" to either side of car body center line, at a point at a point at top of frame rail.

C. Engine set back is ; the square of the motor (rear fins) may not extend more than 17" from center of front axle. No part of the engine or transmission may be more than 21" set back, as measures above.

11. SUSPENSION

A. A. Front suspension must not exceed 25" measured from the ground to the highest point of any front suspension, or extend rearward past the most forward panel of the fire wall, except under frame rail, where it can not be seen from either side.

B. Steering components must have safety fasteners, such as cotter pin or self locking nuts.

C. If steering box is mounted in front cowling, the pitman arm may not extend more than 1 1/2" outside the natural contour of the body near that point, and must not prevent proper door operation.

D. The center of the front and rear axle will be mounted in the center of the frame from side to side, (1/2" tolerance is allowed).

E. No sway bars or additional traction enhancing devices.1 Rubber biscuit allowed.

F. No Straight axles.

G. No Leaf spring or torsion bars.

H. No Bird Cage type rear linkage or Jacob's ladder.

I. Steel shocks only, one per tire. Coil over type shocks and springs only.

J. Trailing arms, located outside of frame may not extend beyond the rear door post.

K. Trailing arms, located outside of frame may not extend beyond rear door post.

12. WEIGHT

A. No car shall weigh under 1,000 pounds.

B. No ballast will be mounted outside of body or frame. All ballast must be securely bolted or welded inside of body or frame rail and extend no lower than frame rail. Ballast will be painted white and have the cars number clearly marked.

13. NERF BARS and BUMPERS

A. Front bumper must be no wider than 36" and will not extend more than 6" forward of front tires.

B. Rear bumper must be no wider than 50" and will not extend more than 6" from extreme rear body panel, or 8" if the car has a simulated fuel tank.

C. Front and rear bumpers must be a minimum of 4" above the ground, and a maximum of 14".

D. Bumper will be a minimum of 6" wide vertically.

E. Bumpers are to be made from round tubing .065" minimum, and .095" maximum

wall.

F. There will be no sharp points or edges.

G. Nerf bars must be mounted on both sides in front of rear tire and be no more than 18" from center of rear axle to rear of nerf bar. A minimum of a three (3) point mounting is required. The lower bar must be parallel to lower frame rail from the rear of the car then curve or bend toward lower frame rail, and to end at no more than 8" at outside lower frame rail at front, and 42"c/c at lower mounting point. The upper bar is to attach to the roll cage 18" above the rear attachment point of the lower bar at approx. 45 degrees angle, to intercept lower bar. An additional diagonal brace from frame rail to lower bar is strongly recommended.

H. These nerfs will be constructed of a minimum of .065" x 1" OD, and a maximum of .095" x 1" OD wall tubing. Lower bars may not extend more than 1" past the tire tread in rear only. Must roll through 60" opening.

14. ELECTRICAL

A. All batteries must be rear mounted (trunk area). Batteries must be securely mounted with a top restraint made of metal. Restraint must also hold battery caps.

B. Cars should have master electrical switch clearly located and marked.

C. No electronic ( ie: computer) traction devices. No electronic or manual devices will be adjustable by the driver during a race. Any such devices shall be mounted outside the drivers compartment.

 

15. BRAKES

A. DIRT , Must have at least a single brake operating both rear wheels, if the car has front brakes. If the car has no front brakes, then a brake is required on both rear brakes.

B. ASPHALT, Must have four (4) wheel brakes.

16. SAFETY

A. All inside suspension mounts must be shrouded from drive compartment. No sharp edges or protruding objects which could endanger driver, shall be inside drivers compartment. All cut and free standing edges must be, folded, molded or filed smooth (i.e. window and door edges).This does not include, trunks, hood or rear access panels.

B. All cars must have an approved 5 point racing harness, equipped with a quick release buckle. Both ends of harness must be attached to the frame of the car with, not less than 3/8" grade 8 bolts. All seat belts will be installed at a 45 degree angle to the drivers hips. Shoulder harness comes from behind the driver, and will go over both shoulders so that they will be held securely in the seat. (all safety restraint harnesses will be installed in accordance with manufactures guidelines). Seatbelts must be replaced or recertified every 2 years.

C. Approved racing type helmet with current snell rating, are to be used. (most tracks are requiring a SA-95 Helmet)

D. All cars will have a production made quick-release, removable steering wheel.

E. All cars are required to have a fire extinguisher with guage, inside of car within easy reach of driver. All pits must have a minimum of a 2lbs. fire extinguisher accessible in their pits. Halon fire systems are also acceptable. If used, a minimum of a 5 lb. bottle, mounted horizontally, 2 nozzle minimum, one (1) in drivers compartment and one (1) in engine compartment.

F. All cooler, oil or water must be mounted in trunk or engine compartment, separated from the drivers compartment by a fire wall. All lines, fuel, water, oil etc., passing through the drivers compartment must be completely shielded from the drivers compartment.

G. All drivers must wear an approved driving suit. Single layer fire suit is minimum.

H. All drivers must wear an approved neck brace, fire proof gloves. It is strongly recommend to use a head restraint device.

I. When racing on asphalt, a catch can for oil and water is required.

J. All door latches must be a positive locking device, so as not to open from vibration or up set, and not to jam if door is damaged. All hoods and trunks must be securely fastened by, spring latch, nuts and bolts or dzus fasteners (no screws)

K. No glass of any type is permitted. Rear windows may have " LEXAN " minimum of 1/16". Front windshield must have 1/2" square mesh windscreen.

L. No listening or transmitting devices.

M. No rearview mirror of any type.

 

17. NUMBERS

It is strongly recommended that all numbers and letters be as big as possible and as clear as possible to allow for proper scoring.

A. All cars must have numbers and the letter "N" in five (5) location: Numbers on right & left door and roof must be a minimum of 12" high, and the width must be 2/3 of the height, except for the number #1 On the roof, it should be as large as possible. The numbers on the rear of the car must be a minimum of 6", and located above the bumper so to be viewed by the driver behind. A 2" minimum number must be placed to the left of the front windshield. The letter "N" must be a minimum of 6" high on both doors and the roof. On the rear and the windshield numbers, the letter must be 1/2" the size of the number. All numbers must be permanent ( ie: vinyl or painted). No duct tape.

B. No Roman numerals, letters or Gold leaf .

C. The #1 is reserved for the top points champion of the proceeding year. He/she will retain their original number for the future year.

D. No duplicate numbers within the same racing region.

E. Assigned numbers must be used within six (6) month, or they can be reissued.

18. RULES of CONDUCT

A. The drinking of intoxicating beverages on the racing premises in advance of any program is strictly forbidden. Any person who shows evidence of having partaken of alcoholic beverages, will be required to leave the premises immediately and may be subject to a fine of not less than $50.00. The rule is no alcohol 8 hours before an event. Refusal to submit to a breath analyzer will automatically make you guilty.

B. The use of illegal drugs at any time will be cause for immediate and indefinite suspension and/or fine of not less than $250.00.

C. All cars must sign in with the Pit Steward at least 45 minutes before the first race or he/she will start at the rear of their assigned heat. Any driver who competes in a car other than the original car they registered to drive, must get approval from the pit steward before competing. If a car change is approved after numbers have been drawn, the driver must go to the rear of that cars assigned heat. If the driver has already completed a race (ie: heat) they must go to the rear of the last qualifying main event to continue. If a Main event has been run, no changing of cars will be allowed for that night. Any driver who competes in a car that he/she is not eligible to drive, shall forfeit all prize money and points won, and shall be subject to fine and/or suspension. All operational cars will pack the track. Any driver with good reason, who is unable to pack the track must inform the NCDCA official prior to hot laps. Those cars not packing the track will not be allowed to hot lap and or may have to start at the back of their heat.

D. The driver shall be responsible for the actions of his/her entire pit crew that are with the car. The driver shall be the sole spokesperson for the car and pit crew in any and all matters pertaining to the race, and only the driver shall take part in any arbitration with the race officials in charge.

E. Cars spinning twice in any race will, at the tracks' discretion, receive the "BLACK FLAG". Non-competitive cars which are a hazard to the other cars, will, at the track's discretion, receive the "BLACK FLAG". If a driver continues or re-enters the race without permission of the N.C.D.C.A. and/or track officials, he/she will start the next event they enter, at the rear. Any driver that fails to finish their heat will start at the rear of the semi-main or main event. Any driver who continuously delays a race by spinning, crashing or causing a crash, stopping on the track, not lining up or any other activity that delays the program, can be penalized by the tech and/or board of directors and will include the following penalty: Starting the following races at the rear until such time that it has been determined that the driver can participate without incident or delay of the program.

F. No N.C.D.C.A. member or pit crew, weather a member or not, who participates in; fighting, shouting contest, cussing matches or obscene gestures in the pits or on the race premises at anytime. Anyone involved in the above activities, who is in someone else's pit area, will be deemed the party who is at fault. 1st. offense: warning. 2nd. Offense: forfeit points and purse for the night. 3rd. offense: can not race the following race.

G. Members are not employees of the N.C.D.C.A., but are independent contractors and assume all responsibility for all charges, premiums and taxes, if any, payable on any funds they receive as a result of their participation in any event as a member of the N.C.D.C.A..

H. Any member who performs an act or participates in actions deemed detrimental to Dwarf Car racing or NCDCA will face a fine of at least $50.00, and the member may also lose accumulated points, money won, or be suspended.

I. Rookie of the Year shall be the rookie with the most points at the end of the season. A rookie is characterized as a person who has not taken more than three green flags, in main events, in a Dwarf Car. Rookies will be required to fly a rookie flag and start in the back for the first three events. After a review of the Racing and Tech. Committee the flags can come off and you may start in your drawn spot.

J. The Sportsman of the Year shall be determined by his attitude, dedication to the sport, promotion of the sport, and overall sportsmanship shown to the Association and fans. He shall also have competed in at least 57% of the point races.

K. Pitman of the year shall be determined by a vote of the drivers for the qualities of the sportsman of the year plus a dedication of helping others.

L. Most Improved award will be voted by drivers. You can win this once.

M. To be qualified to vote in the above awards you must participate in 57% of the races.

N. Paid memberships will be enforced from November 1st until November 31st, the following year. One car one vote. A driver will be given two grace races if he/she has never taken a green flag in a Dwarf Car before. Driver's car must have no performance or safety infraction to qualify for a grace race. Any driver without current membership will be assessed to a $15.00 fee per race, which will be put into the championship point fund. However, the fee will be waived if the race is an open competition event. No points will be awarded to a non-member participant. After the second (2) grace race, the driver and their new pit crew must be paid members to participate in any other race.

O. All drivers or their representatives will be required at the pit meetings.

P. It will be required for a representative from every car to participate in Tech. responsibilities one week a year with a Tech. Inspector. The driver of the car will be responsible for supplying a representative on the date that he is assigned.

Q. Penalties for violations of the NCDCA rules are determined by the gravity of the violation and it's effect on fairness of competition, the orderly conduct of the event, and the interest of Dwarf Car racing & NCDCA. Such penalties may include, but are not limited to, disqualification, suspension of membership privileges, fines or loss of points. The NCDCA board of directors shall use the following guidelines for the imposition of penalties in the situations describes below, but may assess a greater or lesser penalty depending on the circumstances.

R: Any member who threatens or assaults, either verbally or physically, any NCDCA official or board member or persons serving under their direction, may face a suspension, a fine of $100.00 and loss of money for that event, and loss of accumulated points.

S. Any member who fights in the pits, track, or on the race premises may face a fine of $200.00, suspension, money loss from that event, and all accumulated points.

T. Any driver displaying less than five fingers out the window of a car in an unsportsman like manner, will face a fine of no less than $25.00, and a letter of reprimand.

19. Protest

$25.00 fee to file a protest, $100.00 fee to file an engine protest, $250.00 fee to file a tear down protest. Only the driver, tech. committee and the President may file a written, signed, breakdown protest, technical inspection protest, or safety protest against another driver. The driver must have participated in that days event. Protest must be written and delivered within 15 minutes of the end of the main events. It must be delivered to the Tech. Man or to a board member, with the proper amount of money. The board members in attendance will rule upon the protest on that day. Any board member involved in a protest, will not vote. However, TRACK decisions are final. If your protest is supported, money will be returned. If denied, money goes to the point fund.

 

 

20. Appeal

Must be submitted to the secretary, in writing, BEFORE the start of the next race. It must be received with a $25.00 fee. The full available board will then hear the appeal in person at the event. If the appeal is supported, the fee will be returned. If upheld, the money goes to the point fund.

21. NOR-CAL JURISDICTION

A. Nor-Cal members can not participate on a NCDCA scheduled race night, in a non recognized, and/or a non associated Dwarf event, with in 150 miles radius of Nor-Cal corporation headquarters, located in Tracy California.

B. Anyone participating in said event, will be deemed detrimental to Dwarf Car racing and N.C.D.C.A. (see rule #18 H )

 

VIOLATIONS & FINES

Money for fines will be taken from purse.

VIOLATIONS FINES

1. Safety violations

A. No car will be allowed to race if a safety Violation must be signed off

violation is found.

2. Non-performance enhancing

A. Rules; #1, #2,#6, #8, #9,#12 #13, 1st. Offense ------- Warning

# 14, #16, #17 2nd. Offense ------ $10.00 B. No protest allowed. 3rd. Offense ------ $20.00

4th. Offense ------ $30.00

3. Performance enhancing

A. Rules; #3, #4, #5, #10, #11 1st Offense ------ $50.00

or any thing determined to be 2nd. Offense ------ $100.00

performance enhancing. 3rd. Offense ----- $300.00

B. If allowed to race, and protested,

or fails to pass "after race tech.", loss

of purse and points, for that night only.

4. Motor rules Rule #7

1st Offense------loss of points and money earned that night

2nd offense----- loss of season accumulated points and money for the night.

5. Conduct rules

18a. ----------------------------------------------------------- $50.00

18b. ----------------------------------------------------------- $250.00

18f. ---------------------------------------------------------- 1st. Warning

2nd. forfeit points & purse.

3rd. forfeit next race.

18h. ---------------------------------------------------------- $50.00, may lose points,

money, or suspension.

18s. ----------------------------------------------------------- $100.00,suspension & loss of purse,& accumulated points.

18t ---------------------------------------------------------- $200.00, suspension, loss

purse

18u --------------------------------------------------------- $25.00

5. The Board will have full authority over violations that are not listed

 

 

RACING FLAGS

Green Flag ---------------------------------------- Start of race.

Yellow ---------------------------------------------- Slow and hold your position

Red Flag ------------------------------------------- Stop, do not move.

Black Flag ---------------------------------------- Leave the track.

Blue with a Diagonal Orange Stripe --------- Lapping car attempting

to pass, use caution.

White Flag with red Cross -------------------- Ambulance on track.

White Flag -------------------------------------- One lap to go.

Checker Flag ----------------------------------- Finish.