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Tuesday Tech Question presented by Evans Coolant


I am just finishing up my street roadster to compete in bracket races at my local NHRA Member Track.  Am I required to wear arm restraints in this new car?


The NHRA requires the use of arm restraints in all open-bodied cars that run 11.99 (7.49 in the 1/8 mile) or quicker.  Since your car is a street roadster, it is considered open-bodied and therefore will require arm restraints if you run at the speeds listed above.