The IDRC’s Competition Eliminator class is one of the four new index classes added for 2015. Index class racing offers the excitement of heads-up racing in a class that is truly “run what you’ve brung.” There are no restrictions on turbo sizes, power adders or any modifications. As long as the car meets NHRA safety requirements for its performance level, it can run as quick as the class index allows. For Street Eliminator, the quickest elapsed times allowed are 12.50 seconds. For most cars on street tires, only a helmet and sometimes and SFI-approved racing jacket (for aftermarket supercharged, turbocharged or nitrous-oxide vehicles) will be needed.
We have highlighted some of the requirements for running in this class. For a complete list of NHRA rules and regulations, please click here: 2015 NHRA Rulebook
Class payouts will vary based on each event. However, larger fields will receive larger payouts. Fields smaller than eight vehicles will receive a pro-rated payout based on the number of qualified entries. Eight-vehicle fields will only payout winner and runner-up. Fields with 16 and 32 cars will also payout semifinalists.
The IDRC West-Coast Nationals & International Finals (1-day events)
|32-Car Field||16-Car Field||8-Car Field|
|Semifinalist||$150||$100||– – – –|