The Burnout Competition is a single car event. Drivers are selected at random and will enter the burn out pad and attempt to handle their cars in such a manner as to spin its drive wheels to produce smoke for a minimum of 30 seconds and a maximum of 90 seconds.
Upon entering the burn out pad an easy release band will be tied to the drivers wrist and held by referees to notify driver of the 30 second mark as well as the 90 second mark. This is done because visibility can be impaired and visual signals may be missed.
A green flag will be dropped to signal the start of a drivers burn out. At 30 seconds the easy release wrist band will be tugged to signal the 30 second mark. A red flag as well as multiple tugs on the wrist band signals the end of the drivers run and the driver is required to shut down immediately - a red flashing light may replace or act in conjunction with the red flag.
Point Criteria: During the competition, Mustangs are judged on:
* Instant Smoke
* Constant Revolutions
* Driver Control - (including safety in and around the burnout box)
* Constant Smoke
* Use of Burnout Box
* Crowd Reaction
Judges award up to 5 points for each criteria met. Maximum points achievable is 30 points.
A Few Rules: All drivers are required to:
* Produce a valid drivers license and vehicle registration
* Inspect and show their vehicle is in safe operating conditions to SMR officials
* Sign inspection and release forms
* Wear your own helmet and seat belt