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****TX2K17 Official Event Information****


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PRE ORDER TX2K17 TICKETS HERE:

http://tix.extremetix.com/webtix/2322

HOTEL INFORMATION:

You all will have several options on hotels this year. There isn't officially a "host hotel" so let me explain the 4 options to you all this way:

1 and 2 are closer to RPR, 3 and 4 are hotels you guys are all familiar with.

1. Hilton Houston NASA Clear Lake

This hotel is approximately 30 minutes (24.4 miles) from RPR and is a property that is on par with Omni Westchase and Marriott Westchase from last year. They will have onsite security and nice size parking. Booking cutoff is 2/15/17.

Address: 3000 NASA Road 1, Houston, TX 77058

Rates: 3/15-3/19 $135/night (of note we have 50 rooms/night but they will increase that block as rooms get booked until they are sold out).

Booking phone number and code: 281-333-9300 and group code is TX2K

Booking link:

http://www.hilton.co...315/index.jhtml

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2. Springhill Suites Baytown (Marriott Property)

This hotel is approximately 10 minutes (10.6 miles) from RPR and is much smaller than hotels from past events. It is located right off Interstate 10 and the biggest benefit is distance to RPR. Booking cutoff is 2/17/16.

Address: 5169 I-10 E, Baytown, TX 77521

Rates: 3/15-3/19 King Suite $99/night, Queen/Queen Suite $109/night (of note they only have 10 rooms 3/16, 25 rooms 3/17-3/19).

Booking phone number and code: 281-421-1200, code is TXKA for King Suite and code is TX2K Enterprises

Booking link:

http://www.marriott....k&stop_mobi=yes

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3. Marriot Westchase, same hotel as last 2 years, large parking lot, lots of space, same part of town as you all are accustomed to. The hotel is approximately 48.4 miles from RPR, almost the same exact distance to RPR as to Lonestar Motorsports Park (last years venue 48.1 miles from Marriott). The biggest difference is that you'll have to go through Houston which may cause slight delay but very similar distance wise. Total travel time should be under 1 hour each way.

Address: 2900 Briarpark, Houston, TX 77042

Rates: 3/15-3/19 $105/night (of note we have 150 rooms/night but they will increase that block as rooms get booked).

Booking phone number and code: 800-452-5110 and code is TX2K17

Booking link:

http://www.marriott....k&stop_mobi=yes

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4. Omni Hotel, this is the former host hotel, lots of people still prefer staying here, large parking lot, lots of space, same part of town as you all are accustomed to. Like with the Marriott the distance from Omni to RPR isn't much different than the distance from Omni to Lonestar.

Address: 13210 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX 77079

Rates: 3/16-3/20 $09-129/night depending on which night you book (of note we 15 rooms the first night and 30 each night after).

Booking phone number and code: 800-THE-OMNI and code is TX 2K17

Booking Link:

https://www.omnihote...eetings/tx-2k17

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Thursday March 16 and Friday March 17 - TX2K Roll Race Nationals and Night Meet (Friday)

TX2K ROLL RACE NATIONALS AT ROYAL PURPLE RACEWAY (RPR)

For the fourth year in a row we are suspending the Road Racing event and in its place will be the fourth TX2K Roll Race Nationals! Royal Purple Raceway will be the home of the TX2K17 Roll Race Nationals, TX2K17 Night Meet and the TX2K17 Drag Race event.

LOCATION:
Royal Purple Raceway
2525 S Farm to Market Road 565, Baytown, TX 77523

DATES: Gates open at RPR Thursday, March 16th at 7:00 am and the event will be all day the 16th, finishing around 4:00 pm on Friday March 17th. Thursday will have us focusing on acclimation runs, grudge matches and starting to qualify for three classes.

NUMBER OF CARS: Number of cars will be limited to approximately 130.

COST: Price is $265 per car. This is non-refundable, however you can transfer an entry if your car cannot make it (subject to my approval Peter Blach). Keep in mind that non-refundable means that if the weather ends up cancelling the event, there are no refunds. The $265 payment includes the drivers gate fee.

HOW DO YOU LOCK IN A SPOT: You must email the following information to tx2kenterprises@yahoo.com : Full Name, Car Year, Car Make/Model, Car whp. I am limiting the number of entries that will be allowed to approximately 130 so as to have an event that isn't too full and one that allows for as many side by side races as possible.

CAR RULES: In the spirit of the type of event TX2K has been for the past 15 years, we are looking for STREET CARS. That means no tubbed drag cars, no lexan only race cars, no fiber glass body race cars, etc Also, skinnies will NOT be allowed, cars will need to run a DOT approved tire.

GATE FEE: Spectators will have 2 options on both Thursday and Friday: $20 per person per day for general admission, parking will be located in general spectator area (gates 3,4,5) OR $30 per person per day for VIP admission, parking will be within the RPR grounds (gate 1) and will include a wrist band that will get you special access to parts of the venue that will otherwise be off limits to those without the $30 pass. Special access will include access to the return road that goes along the length of the track, it will be closed during the roll race and open to sponsors and VIP admission holders. Special access will also include access to grandstands that will be sectioned off and at the finish line of the roll race event. Lastly, the Night Meet will be held Friday night, if anyone comes in the general admission gates after 4:00 pm on Friday then the fee is $20 per person and if anyone comes in the VIP admission gates after 4:00 pm on Friday then the fee is $25 per person. On Friday Night, when Roll Racing is finished around 4:00 pm, the track will go hot for drag racing at 5:00 pm and we will drag race throughout the Night Meet and until midnight. Tech cards for the drag racing test-n-tune will be available starting 4:00 pm at the gate for $35 for Friday Night.
*All roll race participants will enter through gate 1. Their race fee will include their entry into Royal Purple Raceway.

STRUCTURE: Cars will qualify into one of three classes. The top 16 cars will be in the Unlimited bracket, the next 16 will be in the Super Sport bracket and the next 16 will be in the Sport bracket. Grudge matches (callouts) will be allowed as will test-n-tune runs. We will have a VHT tractor and a crew responsible for "prepping" the full 1,500 ft race distance.

AWARDS: The top two in all three classes will receive trophies and a cash payout. Amount TBD.

HOW THE RACING WORKS: The cars will be paired up in the staging lanes. The cars will line up at the "start line" and leave upon being given the signal. Cars will have 400 ft to pace one another prior to getting to the green zone. Drivers will need to pair up next to one another at a target speed of 60-65 mph. The green zone will be lined with cones in the middle of the track and cones on the side wall of both lanes. These cones will stop at the end of the green zone and that last cone is the latest you may possibly see the green light turn on. Keep in mind that if two cars are in the green zone and are paired up close to one another, the green light may be triggered. When you see the green light turn on, GO! The stoplight, located in the middle of the track and up ahead, will be triggered manually by a starter that will be located up in the bleachers. If you pass the light and it hasn't gone green then the run is aborted and cars will come back around and line up again. Cars will race for 1,500 ft and then pass over a finish line and have 2,200 feet to slow down before reaching the end of the track. Total length including pacing area, racing area and shutdown is 4,400 ft. That is more total distance than other similar events. *Of note, the full 1,500 ft of race distance will have VHT on it and will be maintained throughout both days of roll racing, as will the full green pacing zone. First car to the finish line wins.
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STARTS: Both cars will attempt to be even with one another when they pass the starting line tree. At this time they will be in the "green area" which means a green light may be triggered at any time (for the next 350 ft). Target speed is 60 mph, target line up is within ½ car length. .

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TX2K15RollRaceNationalsSHUTDOWNAREA2200F

SCORING: When the two cars approach the finish line they will activate a timing system that will calculate their MPH at the end of the run. First car crossing the finish line wins. We have worked with RPR to put in place a system whereby the finish line speeds will show on the main RPR score boards. The score boards will also illuminate which lane won the race. We will keep boards updated in the paddock/pits area as well. Lastly, any car that TRAPS more than 5.00 MPH faster during eliminations than their qualifying MPH, will automatically be disqualified and lose that round.

SCHEDULE Thursday March 17:
Gates open at 7:00 am and tech will open again for one hour thirty minutes from 7:00 am to 8:30 am.
MANDATORY drivers meeting will take place at 8:30 am.
9:00 am track goes hot for testing, grudge runs and fun runs. We will be triggering the green light as if its eliminations to be prepared to pace the car in the lane next to you. Explanation on start speed and pacing is below.
12:00-1:00 pm lunch break and track maintenance.
1:00-2:30 pm qualifying session 1 (I reserve the right to keep qualifying session 1 open until 3:00 if we have a line of cars waiting to qualify at 2:30 still).
2:30-3:30 pm Test-n-tune and fun runs.
3:30-5:00 pm qualifying session 2 (I reserve the right to keep qualifying session 2 open until 5:30 if we have a line of cars waiting to qualify at 5:00 still).


SCHEDULE Friday March 18:
Gates open at 7:00 am, the qualifying ladder will be posted onsite at Royal Purple Raceway, online via the TX2K Instragram, TX2K Facebook and Royal Purple Social Media pages as well.
8:00-11:00 am track will be hot for testing and fun runs.
11:00 am round 1 of eliminations, test-n-tune after (time permitting)
1:00 pm round 2 of eliminations, test-n-tune after (time permitting)
3:00 pm round 3 of eliminations, test-n-tune after (time permitting)
3:45 pm final round of eliminations

Awards presentation after.
Track goes hot for test-n-tune at 5:00 pm, drag racing continues until ~11:00 pm, tech cards available for $35 at the entry gate starting 4:00 pm.

Friday Night March 20 - TX2K Night Meet

The NIGHT MEET for TX2K15will be at Royal Purple Raceway immediately following the TX2K ROLL RACE NATIONALS. The location is ideal for this event, it's the only place where we can control access in/out, where we can police the parking lot to make sure that we are safe and that our cars are safe, where we can offer a bikini contest with no limit on noise, where we can still serve beer (they have a license to serve), where we can serve food...and ultimately where we can keep the type of clientele we don't want...out. Same as last year, anyone that does a burnout or drives dangerously on site will be pulled out of line and issued a citation. Depending on the severity of the offense the police will reserve the right to arrest anyone doing something that endangers the safety of others. This year we will have the following:

GATE FEE: See above

5:00 pm-11:00pm 1/4 Mile Grudge Racing at RPR (test-n-tune), 1/4 mile track open for test-n-tune until ~11:00 pm. Tech cards will be available for purchase at the gate starting 4:00 pm for $35.
10:00-11:00 BIKINI CONTEST with $1,500 in CASH prize money

Throughout all of this action the DJ will be playing and the track will be serving beer.

Dyno Information: like last year, we will have 2 dyno's available and operating all day on Friday and Saturday at RPR. Like always it will be free to dyno, first come first serve. The catch is that you have to enter in through gate 1 (VIP admission) so that you can have your car within the gates.

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STARTS: Both cars will attempt to be even with one another when they pass the starting line tree. At this time they will be in the "green area" which means a green light may be triggered at any time (for the next 350 ft). Target speed is 60 mph, target line up is within ½ car length. .

TX2K15RollRaceNationalsTOTALDISTANCE4400
FF83065F-CA28-462D-A761-E54FF22AF2D5_zps
TX2K15RollRaceNationalsRACINGAREA1500FT_
TX2K15RollRaceNationalsSHUTDOWNAREA2200F

SCORING: When the two cars approach the finish line they will activate a timing system that will calculate their MPH at the end of the run. First car crossing the finish line wins. We have worked with RPR to put in place a system whereby the finish line speeds will show on the main RPR score boards. The score boards will also illuminate which lane won the race. We will keep boards updated in the paddock/pits area as well. Lastly, any car that TRAPS more than 5.00 MPH faster during eliminations than their qualifying MPH, will automatically be disqualified and lose that round.

SCHEDULE Thursday March 17:
Gates open at 7:00 am and tech will open again for one hour thirty minutes from 7:00 am to 8:30 am.
MANDATORY drivers meeting will take place at 8:30 am.
9:00 am track goes hot for testing, grudge runs and fun runs. We will be triggering the green light as if its eliminations to be prepared to pace the car in the lane next to you. Explanation on start speed and pacing is below.
12:00-1:00 pm lunch break and track maintenance.
1:00-2:30 pm qualifying session 1 (I reserve the right to keep qualifying session 1 open until 3:00 if we have a line of cars waiting to qualify at 2:30 still).
2:30-3:30 pm Test-n-tune and fun runs.
3:30-5:00 pm qualifying session 2 (I reserve the right to keep qualifying session 2 open until 5:30 if we have a line of cars waiting to qualify at 5:00 still).


SCHEDULE Friday March 18:
Gates open at 7:00 am, the qualifying ladder will be posted onsite at Royal Purple Raceway, online via the TX2K Instragram, TX2K Facebook and Royal Purple Social Media pages as well.
8:00-11:00 am track will be hot for testing and fun runs.
11:00 am round 1 of eliminations, test-n-tune after (time permitting)
1:00 pm round 2 of eliminations, test-n-tune after (time permitting)
3:00 pm round 3 of eliminations, test-n-tune after (time permitting)
3:45 pm final round of eliminations

Awards presentation after.
Track goes hot for test-n-tune at 5:00 pm, drag racing continues until ~11:00 pm, tech cards available for $35 at the entry gate starting 4:00 pm.

Friday Night March 20 - TX2K Night Meet

The NIGHT MEET for TX2K15will be at Royal Purple Raceway immediately following the TX2K ROLL RACE NATIONALS. The location is ideal for this event, it's the only place where we can control access in/out, where we can police the parking lot to make sure that we are safe and that our cars are safe, where we can offer a bikini contest with no limit on noise, where we can still serve beer (they have a license to serve), where we can serve food...and ultimately where we can keep the type of clientele we don't want...out. Same as last year, anyone that does a burnout or drives dangerously on site will be pulled out of line and issued a citation. Depending on the severity of the offense the police will reserve the right to arrest anyone doing something that endangers the safety of others. This year we will have the following:

GATE FEE: See above

5:00 pm-11:00pm 1/4 Mile Grudge Racing at RPR (test-n-tune), 1/4 mile track open for test-n-tune until ~11:00 pm. Tech cards will be available for purchase at the gate starting 4:00 pm for $35.
10:00-11:00 BIKINI CONTEST with $1,500 in CASH prize money

Throughout all of this action the DJ will be playing and the track will be serving beer.

Dyno Information: like last year, we will have 2 dyno's available and operating all day on Friday and Saturday at RPR. Like always it will be free to dyno, first come first serve. The catch is that you have to enter in through gate 1 (VIP admission) so that you can have your car within the gates.
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Saturday and Sunday March 18 and March 19 - TX2K17 Drag Race Event

LOCATION:
Royal Purple Raceway
2525 S Farm to Market Road 565, Baytown, TX 77523

SCHEDULE Saturday March 18
1. Gates open at 8:00 am and track goes hot 9:00 am
2. Test-n-tune drag racing until 12:00 pm
3. Qualifying round 1 at 12:00 pm, test-n-tune after
4. Qualifying round 2 at 3:00 pm, test-n-tune after
5. Track hot until 6:00 pm

SCHEDULE Sunday March 19
1. Gates open at 8:00 am and track goes hot 9:00 am
2. 10:30 am - qualifying round 3 (test-n-tune after)
3. 12:30 pm - eliminations round 1 (test-n-tune after)
4. 2:00 pm - eliminations round 2 (test-n-tune after)
5. 3:00 pm - eliminations round 3 (test-n-tune after)
6. 4:00 pm - final round eliminations

There will be a dedicated lane for test-n-tune at all times.

GATE FEE: Spectators will have 2 options on both Saturday and Sunday: $20 per person per day for general admission, parking will be located in general spectator area (gates 3,4,5) OR $30 per person per day for VIP admission, parking will be within the RPR grounds (gate 1) and will include a wrist band that will get you special access to parts of the venue that will otherwise be off limits to those without the $30 pass (See above in the TX2K ROLL RACE NATIONALS section). Racers will be able to purchase a "2-day tech card" on Saturday (NON-REFUNDABLE if you break on Saturday) for $85 (in addition to the cost to enter). If a racer only wants to run on Sunday, the tech cards will be $45 on Sunday (in addition to the cost to enter).

Food: concessions will be open all day
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DRAG RACING CLASSES

TEST-N-TUNE
The lanes will be open all day for test-n-tune. This is the perfect venue for you to settle your grudges or to simply have the opportunity to run an UNLIMITED number of times!

GTR Class 1
Stock Turbo, OEM sized brakes (intent here is to limit minimum wheel size to 17"), DOT radials, no slicks allowed. No nitrous. The intent here is to have a class for street GTRs with just bolt on parts running stock turbos.

GTR Class 2
OEM or aftermarket manifold, 28" tall tire max (slicks allowed), OEM sized brakes (intent here is to limit minimum wheel size to 17"), 58mm inducer maximum, 172 mph break out for inspection (inspection will only occur if challenged by another racer). No nitrous. The intent here is to have a class for street GTRs with just bolt on parts running upgraded turbos.

GTR Class 3
Modified turbo and manifold allowed, 28" tall tire max (slicks allowed), 68mm inducer maximum, 186 mph break out for inspection (inspection will only occur if challenged by another racer). No nitrous. The intent here is to have a class for weekend warrior GTRs with all the bolt on upgrades including big turbo kits.

GTR Class 4
Unlimited. This class includes any cars that don't fit into GTR classes 1-3 and include Exhibition Class cars that would like to run eliminations as well as the Exhibition Class.

Exhibition Class
This is an unregulated exhibition class for people who are simply coming to TX2K to run a record ET and/or MPH. The intent here is to have a class for shop cars, big build and high profile cars that are out to set records without running eliminations against another car. AMS, ER/ETS, T1R, Switzer and many other will have cars that fit into this class. It is open to all cars including but not limited to GTR, Supra, 2JZ cars, RB cars, Mustangs, Vettes, Vipers, etc...) Also, if cars would like to run against one another heads up, so long as both racers agree, we will make it happen.

Supra Class (TURBO STREET)
Turbocharger inducer size of 76mm and less allowed. Toyota 5 or 6-speed, factory/built Toyota automatic or TH350-400 transmissions permitted. NITROUS permitted. Methanol injection permitted. Drag radials or slicks are acceptable. MK1-MK3's are ok to run in this class as long as they meet the requirements as posted.

Street Car Class - rules being finalized for this class as we speak
This class can and should include GTR's, Vettes, Porsche's, Vipers, Supra's, Camaro's, Mustang's, etc...any car is welcome to run in this class so long as the car meets the rules below:
The rules:
--carpet, stock dashboard and full interior from front seats forward (passenger seat may be removed)
--lightweight body panels allowed except roof, quarter panels and doors must remain factory (one piece front ends not permitted)
--inspection sticker required (in the state you live in), must be current
--radio that works is required (which means you need speakers too)
--stock suspension required (all suspension components must be located in the stock locations)
--no tire rule
--no fuel rule
--no power adder rule
--no exhaust rule

10.5 Index Class
This class is new to TX2K...we have never had an index class. Based on the success of this class at the FL2K event and based on the fact that many modern cars with simple bolt ons would fair well in this class, we are going to give it a shot. Any GTR with bolt ons, C6/C7 with bolt ons, Viper with bolt ons, etc....can run in this class.
The rules:
--Heads up
--10.50 break out
--any year vehicle permitted
--any type chassis permitted
--any type suspension permitted
--any power adders permitted
--all tires permitted

Stick Shift Challenge
Cost to enter this class is $100 payable to DARIN CHIPPI IN TECH INSPECTION. The winner will get 75% of the pot and the runner-up will get 25% of the pot (i.e. if there are 8 cars entered, the winner will get $600 and the runner-up will get $200). The only rules are that you must run an H pattern factory based transmission and have stock suspension (all suspension components must be located in the stock locations), no automatics allowed, any car make/model allowed

Motorcycle Class
Open to all "street" motorcycles

Any car can enter multiple classes so long as you meet the rules and pay for multiple tech cards.

Dyno Information: we will have a dyno (or two) available and operating all day on Friday and Saturday at RPR. Like always it will be free to dyno, first come first serve. The catch is that you have to enter in through gate 1 (VIP admission) so that you can have your car within the gates.


Edited by houstonT, 20 February 2017 - 01:12 PM.

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Hey guys, just to be transparent and open...I added to GTR class 1 and class 2 the caveat that the OEM sized brake rule is there to prevent folks from running smaller than 17" wheels.  If someone decides to run carbon ceramics or smaller drag brakes, but runs a 17" wheel, I'm ok with allowing that.  

 

I had several calls from racers who plan to run class 2 but have smaller brakes (and last year we had racers with carbon ceramics - which are not OEM) that want to put on their 17's and run that class.  I don't plan to ask each of them to swap back to stock rear brakes when they can bolt the 17" wheel over what they have and meet the intent of the rules.

 

Any concerns with this then please feel free to post or email me at tx2kenterprises@yahoo.com

 

Peter


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As far as I know, all of the Carbon Ceramics are OEM size or larger anyways.

 

None the less, even if someone had a small brake package and is still going to run 17s, I agree with your ruling that they should be able to compete in those classes.  :thumbsup:


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Quick clarification on street car class? We can run 17" slicks and no passenger seat?

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Are we doing a GT-R specific meet this year? Dinner? Drinks? etc?


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There's a FB page for it - Bone Daddy's on Thursday again. I believe the host is Tanner Mcclung

 

"TX2K17 GTR Meet & Greet"


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