W.E. Rock Pro Mod
W.E.ROCK 2011 Official Pro Modified Rules
The 2011 Rules are currently being finalized by both W.E.ROCK and W.E.ROCK’s new Competitor Advisory Board. Rules will be given a very close look during this period, so if you have any suggestions, visit our Forums Discussion and throw in your ideas. Who knows, they may be implicated.
The rules below are from the 2010 Season, event rules are subject to change per event if necessary while Vehicle Standards will be frozen for the 2009 season starting Feb. 1st.
There will be an Exhibition Class this year within W.E.ROCK. Teams may however sign up for any amount of events if they wish. Exhibition Teams should also contact their Regional W.E.ROCK Track for dates and times of Events. W.E.ROCK Regional’s can be accessed by clicking on the menu above.
General W.E.ROCK Rules,
W.E.ROCK Pro Modified Rules,
Rulebook Diagrams For 2011
The Three Dimensional Rule Explanation For Door Skins of Jeep Cherokees
5.2.5: Vehicles using non-OEM bodies must be equipped with doors or doorskins resembling the OEM doors of the claimed vehicle. Any body structure narrowed from OEM will be regarded as non-OEM even if the OEM tub/cab sides are retained, and required to run doorskins for occupant safety.
The 3D Rule Explanation For Top Rail of Jeep TJ, YJ, CJ & Toyota FJ
5.4.1: All Body panels must look like an OEM body panel of proclaimed vehicle.
5.4.2: All Limited vehicles must have an outer front and rear fender that resemble a 3 dimensional OEM Body panel of proclaimed vehicle.
Firewall Rule Explanation | Blue is what teams need in addition to the “Dog House” in Red
5.5.3: Firewalls must be ran from the left outer panel to the right outer panel and separate fully, the driver from the engine compartment.
5.5.9: Vehicle must be 48 inches wide at the door bar junction to the B-Pillar.
Bumper Rule Explanation | Proposed Ruling on this picture is permitted but not required
W.E.ROCK’s goal for the Bumper Rule is to keep any stinger, push bar, or bumper separated from the main frame rails so that the Bumper is not confused with any frame height/width rule. W.E.ROCK considers the front bumper to be the foremost part of the chassis including push bars, stingers, etc. The rear bumper is considered to be the rearmost part of the vehicle.
5.7.1: Bumpers must connect the right and left frame rail.
5.7.2: A stinger is considered to be an up-swept bumper of an approximately “A” shape. It includes the top, sides, and any bends transitioning from its sides into other chassis components.
5.7.3: A bumper is considered to be the front most cross member at the end of the frame, including the actual lateral member, and any bends transitioning from that lateral member into other chassis components.
5.7.4: If no bumper is present, the ends of the frame rails will be considered the bumper.
5.7.5: The bumper may be detachable so teams may bounce from series to series. Bumpers may not be considered “Consumable” by having a thinner tubing wall construction of .095