The Speed Unlimited Midnight Madness Grand Champion Runoff will take place on Friday, October 23, 2020. All 2020 winners in Pro Street, Super Street, Diesel Shootout, and Motorcycle will qualify for the Grand Champion Runoff.

The winner of the Grand Champion Run-Off for cars will receive $1,000 plus a Championship Jacket, and a Gold Card allowing them to race Midnight Madness for free in 2021. The winner of the Grand Champion Run-Off for motorcycles will receive $500 from Bracket Bikes Matter, a Championship Jacket, and a Gold Card allowing them to race Midnight Madness for free in 2021. Each class, Pro Street, Super Street, and Diesels in the Grand Champion Run-Off will be eliminated separately until we get down to a winner in each class. Then the three class winners will Run-Off together to determine the Midnight Madness Grand Champion. Drivers are only allowed one spot in the Runoff regardless of wins in multiple classes. Once any driver has won two Grand Championships, they can no longer compete in the Runoff and are restricted to racing a fully registered vehicle if they wish to continue racing in the Midnight Madness series. The Motorcycle Grand Champion Run-Off will be run together as their own class. The Grand Champion Run-Off will start at 9pm along with regular eliminations that night. Racers that are eliminated in the Grand Champion Run-Off will drop back into eliminations of the regular Friday night Midnight Madness race in a "Vegas Format". The class winners from the regular Friday Night Midnight Madness event on Friday, October 23, 2020 will go into the 2021 Grand Champion Run-Off.


 

.:: FEATURE CLASS ::.






Non-Judged Car Show
Open to ANY Car!

Maryland International Raceway ™ (MDIR) has added a non-judged car show to this event. Participants pay only $10 to enter the car show, which is the same cost as pit parking, and can bring up to 9 crew members.

Anyone and ANY CAR can enter! 

 Car show entry is $5 plus admission; crew members pay $15 each.

Please read below for all the MDIR Guidelines that need to be followed while participating in the car show and/or racing at the this event.

 


Event schedules, prices, dates, times, classes and booked-in vehicles are subject to change at any time without notice. Always call DRAGLINE for up to the minute 24 hour race information at 301-884-RACE


Friday, October 23, 2020

Event Description

This series is dedicated to our "STREET ONLY" fans and racers from far and wide; offering a weekly dose of that adrenaline rush you crave, but in a safe and legal environment that's open only to street legal cars, trucks and bikes - no race cars.

Entering the event is easy!  Just fill out the tech card and proceed to tech (located in staging lanes #10 & #11). A tech official will give your car a brief safety inspection and assign a number to you!  Then you're ready to run!

   


 


Adult Admission:  $15.00
Child Admission:  11 & under admitted free
Entry Fees:  Pro Street (11.99 & Quicker)  -  $25.00
  Super Street (12.00 & Slower)  -  $25.00
  Hollyrock Customs Diesel Shootout (All Run)  -  $25.00
  Bracket Bikes Matter Street Bikes (All Run)  -  $25.00
  No Clock Street Car Shootout - "NCS List" (All Run)  -  $35.00
  Non-Judged Car Show - $5.00 (Plus Admission)
  Entry Fee includes driver's admission

 

Gates Open: 

6:00 pm

Time Runs

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Sportsman Eliminations: 

9:00 pm

Racing Until

At completion of the event

Other Event Notes:  

During time trials, we will be calling cars to the lanes by class with one run per session. Instead of waiting unnecessarily in the staging lanes to make their runs, this will allow everyone to spend more time in the pits, fine tune their car or hang out with friends!

 



MDIR GUIDELINES:

• Events will be open to participants, their family and crew only, with a maximum of 10 people total (including driver) on any race team.

• No spectators will be permitted. Crew and family must enter with the participant or leave names at the gate for a late-arriving family or crew member.

• All race trailers, both open and enclosed, must be parked in every-other 12’ pit space. That way, a trailer is taking up one 12’ space and there is an empty 12’ space for race vehicle, family and crew beside it. No trailers can be parked side-by-side. This will help ensure social distancing.

• All additional vehicles that come into the pits must park in front of the race car in your pit area or in the Pitside parking lot… NO EXCEPTIONS.

• All staff and participants will be wearing masks in any indoor structures, restrooms, tower, etc. and outdoors anywhere proper social distancing is not achievable. Masks will not be required outdoors with proper social distancing, but they are recommended.

• Hand washing/sanitizing must be done on a regular basis.

• The tower will have restricted access and will be limited to essential staff only.

• The crews will be limited on the starting line and front of the staging lanes, with social distancing extremely enforced. Our security staff and starting line staff will closely monitor this area to prevent unauthorized gathering.

• When not racing, racers are to abide by social distancing requirements. Racers and crew members will be required to stay within their own pit areas when not racing.

• Each group must have adequate PPE for each crew member and must wear masks when required. All groups will be required to acquire their own PPE and bring it with them to the track.

• Our restrooms are equipped with hands free fixtures. Restrooms will be cleaned, stocked and sanitized throughout the day or evening. All Pitside portlets will be moved and taken out of service.

• Concessions will be open, and lines will be marked for proper social distancing. Concession stand will follow all guidelines in place for local food service businesses. We will be open with a limited menu of food items that must be consumed within your pit area or in the grandstands with proper social distancing but not in front of our concession area.

We are excited about re-opening the track
and are looking forward to seeing everyone again.