New Ticketing procedure for CMC Rocks QLD 2017 LIFE PASS HOLDERS:
All ticketing this year will be in the form of a PDF ticket which will be exchanged for a wristband on arrival at the venue.
You will need to go to the main box office located at the front of the venue and proceed to the Promoter Guest window.
You will be required to show your ID and life pass which must match up with the name on the life pass list.
You will then be given a PDF ticket and will be able to proceed to the entry gates of the venue to receive your wristband.
One class of competition for nitro methane burning, supercharged dragsters.
One class of competition for nitro methane burning, supercharged funny cars.
Pro Slammers are the ultimate drag racing sedans, using replicas of production sedans and coupes with full racing chassis and large capacity V8 engines, methanol fuel and supercharging.
Multi class bracket, combining methanol fuelled dragsters, funny cars and altereds.
Top Bikes are the ultimate racing motorcycles. The bracket accommodates purpose built drag racing motorcycles with fully fabricated frames and highly modified engines. Supercharging and nitro-methane fuel are permitted.
Pro Stock is the highest development of naturally aspirated, street appearing, four seater sedans or coupes. Cars must use naturally aspirated V8 engines fitted with carburettors only.
Pro Bike represent the highest development of naturally aspirated, street appearing motorcycles.
Competition Eliminator is open to both naturally aspirated and supercharged dragsters, altereds and sedans that compete on the Semi Professional handicapped Australian class indexes.
Super Stock Vehicles compete on the Semi Professional handicapped Australian class indexes and are based on stock appearing production cars with almost unlimited chassis modifications including the option for engine setback. The production body shell must be retained but lightweight panels are permitted. Unlimited engine modifications are permitted in most cases, with supercharging allowed.
Super Compact is a multi-class bracket covering up to 8 types of sedan type vehicles or factory derivatives using 4, 6 & rotary engines with speeds in excess of 200mph (320kph) in some classes, that compete on the Semi Professional handicapped Australian class indexes.
Competition Bike classes accommodate purpose built drag racing motorcycles with fully fabricated frames and highly modified engines that compete on the Semi Professional handicapped Australian class indexes. Supercharging is permitted in some classes.
Supercharged Outlaws combines two classes for dragsters/altereds/funny cars, and sedans meeting relevant Sportsman regulations and using V8 engines with Rootes or Screw type Superchargers. Supercharged Outlaws consists of the quickest 16 dragsters, altereds and funny cars, and the quickest 16 sedans qualifying 6.50 seconds or slower.
Modified provides a number of classes for vehicles to compete in the Sportsman "dial you own" handicap system Modified vehicles include Dragsters, Altereds and Hot Rods.
Top Sportsman caters for sedan based vehicles with any engine combination or any type of power adders.
Super Sedan caters for a wide range of sedan based vehicles running in Sportsman, using the "dial your own" handicap system.
Super Gas is reserved for full-body cars using a common fixed index. Heads up, pro starts are used.
Super Street is the entry level sedan category, using the "dial your own" handicap system. This bracket is for sedans nominating to run between 11.00 and 12.999 seconds.
Modified Bike is the bracket racing or "dial your own" handicap equivalent of Competition Bike, covering a range of classes from supercharged competition only bikes to street ridden machines with little or no modifications. It's the perfect entry level for motorcycle competitors.
Junior Dragster is for children between the ages of eight and sixteen inclusive, racing half scale dragsters, replicas of the sport's fastest cars. The dial your own handicap system is used. Junior dragsters are limited to a minimum 1/8th mile elapsed time of 7.90 seconds. Drivers between the ages of 8 & 10 are limited to an elapsed time no quicker than 11.90 seconds (1/8th mile).