Big DogAn electronics bracket class open to all 8.99 e.t. and quicker full and open-bodied drag cars. Races will be a full quarter-mile, .500-second full tree on a dial-in with a breakout rule in effect. All vehicles must be Chrysler powered. Delay boxes, throttle stops, transmission brakes, and other approved electronics are allowed. One across-the-line burnout is allowed for all vehicles. There is no minimum weight requirement. Any transmission will be allowed. All vehicles must meet basic racing rules and all safety requirements. Aside from this, anything goes, including nitrous, superchargers, or any other power adders. Competitors are not eligible to compete in any other categories, regardless of e.t., except Gambler's races.

Hemi Super StockA limited electronics class open to all vehicles originally intended for Super Stock competition. Races will be a full quarter-mile with a .500-second full tree. All vehicles must be Chrysler Hemi-powered. The following vehicles are eligible to compete: SS/A '68 Dart and Barracuda; SS/B '64-'65 Dodge and Plymouth B-Body two-door; SS/C '64-'65 Dodge and Plymouth B-Body wagon; SS/D '67 Coronet and Belvedere two-door; SS/E '66 Coronet and Belvedere two-door; '70-'71 Challenger and Barracuda; SS/F '66-'67 Coronet and Belvedere wagon; '68-'70 Coronet and Belvedere two-door; '71 Charger and Satellite two-door. Clone cars acceptable. Automatic and manual transmission cars will no longer compete in separate classes. All vehicles must dial at or below established class index during eliminations: SS/AA=10.20, SS/BA=10.40, SS/CA=10.55, SS/DA=10.70, SS/EA=10.85, SS/FA=10.95. Permanent class designation must appear on your windshield prior to entering the staging lanes. Drivers will compete in heads-up trophy class run-offs and in an all-run dial-in cash eliminator. Contestants will qualify based on running furthest below their index during the first round of class run-offs. Cars will run on a Sportsman Ladder (1-5, 2-6, 3-7, 4-8, and so on) beginning with the second round of cash eliminations. Competitors are not eligible to compete in any other categories, regardless of e.t., except Gambler's races.

The Original Max Wedge ShootoutA foot brake class open to '62-'64 Dodge and Plymouth B-Body cars originally available with Max Wedge engines. Clone cars acceptable. Races will be a full quarter-mile with a .500-second full tree. All vehicles must run on an established class index: MW/A 10.00, MW/B 10.50, MW/C 11.00, MW/D 11.50, and MW/E 12.00. Class designation and index must appear on your windshield prior to entering the staging lanes. Automatic and manual transmission cars will not compete in separate classes. Drivers will compete in heads-up trophy class run-offs, and in an all-run cash eliminator, both on their chosen index. Drivers may change their index during an event, but not after run-offs or eliminations have started. Contestants will qualify based on running closest to their index without running quicker during the first round of class run-offs. Cars will run on a Sportsman Ladder (1-5, 2-6, 3-7, 4-8, etc.) beginning with the second round of cash eliminations. Competitors are not eligible to compete in any other categories, regardless of e.t., except Gambler's races.

Super ProAn electronics bracket class open to all delay box vehicles running 9.00-12.99 e.t. Races will be a full quarter-mile, .500-second full tree on a dial-in with a breakout rule in effect. All vehicles must be Chrysler powered. Delay boxes, throttle stops, transmission brakes, and other approved electronics are allowed. All vehicles must meet basic racing rules and all safety requirements. Aside from this, anything goes, including nitrous, superchargers, or any other power adders. Competitors are not eligible to compete in any other categories, regardless of e.t., except Gambler's races.