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2007 Texas Pro Sedans Rules Issued

 

San Antonio, Texas

 

Texas Pro Sedans Series Race and Administrative Director, Neil Upchurch has announced completion and issuance of the 2007 TPS Rules and Technical Specifications.

 

The rules were distributed in person to all TPS members who attend the TPS Awards Dinner at Carlos Kelly’s in San Antonio on November 11. On November 12th, the rules were distributed by Email and by US mail on November 13th to all member non-attendees. Complete TPS rules will be posted on - www.TexasProSedans.com.

 

The few changes from last years rules were announced in a post season newsletter to all members of the San Antonio based 4 - cylinder stock car series after the final 2006 season race on October 28th.

 

2007 Texas Pro Sedans Rules Changes:

 

> OEM frame cars left side percentage decreased from 58% to 57%. Fabricated frame cars left side percentage increased from 54% to 55%. (All other frames remain the same 56%).

 

> Protective 1/8” welded steel intrusion plates on driver door side bars required in 2007.

 

> No restrictor plate will be required for ARCA head cars for races at Thunder Hill Raceway. The 40mm restrictor plate remains required for ARCA head cars for races at San Antonio Speedway. This R&D rule will be for a 2007 period, length to be announced.

 

> All air cooled cars using after-market heads will be allowed 57% left side percentage.

 

> A 32 x 36mm Holley/Weber remains on DOCH cars, but TPS will continue a 38mm x 38mm carburetor R&D period on DOCH cars during at least the initial part of the 2007 season.

 

Persons needing 2007 TPS Rules and Technical Specifications may contact neilupchurch@sbcglobal.net

 

SCHEDULE NOTES: The complete 2007 Texas Pro Sedans Race Schedule will be not be announced until after the TPS contract with Thunder Hill Raceway is negotiated and signed for the upcoming 2007 racing season. An eight race contract between San Antonio Speedway and the Texas Pro Sedans has been completed and signed.

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