ANDRA Rulebook

2019/2020 ANDRA Rulebook

To view the 2019/2020 ANDRA Rulebook, please click here.

NOTE: There are lists below which detail all of the updates to this 2019/2020 ANDRA Rulebook file.

 

2019/2020 Rulebook Page Updates

  • Page 83 Update: Change to the conditions of Summit Racing Equipment Sportsman Series Entry, uploaded 6 March 2020
  • Page 124-125 Update: Change to the class requirements for Super Stock, Modified Sedan (Engine), uploaded 5 March 2020
  • Page 126-127 Update: Change to the class requirements for Super Stock, Modified Sedan (Body, Fuel System, Instruments & Upholstery/Seats), uploaded 10 Feb 2020
  • Page 131-132 Update: Change to class requirements for Super Stock, Modified Production (Body, Fuel System, Instruments & Upholstery/Seats), uploaded 10 Feb 2020
  • Page 18 Update: Change of the testing regulations prior to a Championship Event, uploaded 4 November 2019
  • Page 62-63 Update: Change to the Junior Competitor Licence Testing procedure, uploaded 16 October 2019
  • Page 70-71 Update: Change to the Junior Competitor Licence Testing procedure, uploaded 16 October 2019
  • Page 193 Update: Change to the Top Doorslammer transmission regulations, uploaded 1 October 2019
  • Page 142 Update: Correction of the E/APA weight break from maximum to minimum value, uploaded 31 July 2019
  • Page 90 Update: Correction of the value used in the Junior Dragster qualifying example, uploaded 18 July 2019

 

August 2020 Rulebook Page Updates

The ANDRA Rulebook has been an integral part of ANDRA’s service to members for close to fifty years.

The far-reaching effects of the COVID-19 pandemic has led ANDRA to the decision to hold off on the release of the printed rulebook until later in 2020. Instead we are publishing a series of rulebook page updates to the ANDRA website that will take effect from the date of publishing.

The page updates present the approved Rule Submissions as well as some amended text that clarifies already existing rules and requirements. All additional and/or changed text is highlighted in green so is easily identified from the text as was printed in the 2019/20 Rulebook.

All through the ANDRA Rulebook the use of the words “should”, “may” and “can” relate to recommendations. The words “must”, “will” and “shall” relate to requirements that are mandatory and need to be adhered to.

Throughout the remainder of this year ANDRA may determine it necessary to amend rules as well as provide better clarity of other rules by modifying the wordage used. All changes will be clearly communicated and published through the ANDRA website and the ANDRA Technical Facebook page.

As this Rulebook is a technical document, it may be difficult to fully understand some of its content and intent. It is agreed, and noted, there are plenty of other sources (such as third party websites and forums, as well as competitor and product social media sites) which all contain some useful information, as well as some individual’s opinions, but please be aware that some of these external sources may have misleading, out of date and/or incorrect information contained within. Therefore, if any drivers, riders, crew, members or other persons have questions regarding the content of this Rulebook or question the intent of any requirement, then please do not hesitate to contact ANDRA.

These rulebook updates, as with all ANDRA regulations could not have been compiled without the valuable assistance of the members of the National Rules Committee (NRC), Division Councils, Division Directors and countless competitors and stakeholders that all provide input throughout the year.

Where there are any queries or clarification on the rules please contact ANDRA Technical through the ANDRA Technical Facebook page, technical@andra.com.au, or www.andra.com.au

Please note: AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL DRAG RACING ASSOCIATION LIMITED holds the delegated authority from Motorsport Australia and FIA for Championship Drag Racing in Australia.

 

August 2020, New Information and New Text

 

August 2020, Rule Clarification Only Text Changes

 

November 2020, New Information and New Text

  • Page 178 Update: Change to the weightbreak of Pro Stock Motorcycle, uploaded 12 November, 2020