MAY 14-15, 2022

CLEETUS & CARS and the INDY 800
presented by Summit Racing Equipment

We are excited to welcome Cleetus McFarland and his friends back to Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park after an action-packed event last year! New for 2022, Cleetus & Cars will be a two-day event on Saturday, May 14 and Sunday, May 15!

Saturday will feature the iconic Cleetus & Cars burnout contest (plus action on the drag strip) while Sunday will be headlined by the Indy 800 presented by Summit Racing Equipment – a race on the oval with 20 Crown Vic’s battling it out for 80 laps!

Act quick and buy your tickets today as the event sold out last year – don’t miss out on one of the biggest weekends in the Month of May!

EVENT INFORMATION

SINGLE-DAY TICKETS

Saturday Adult $30
Saturday Child $10*
Sunday Adult $40
Sunday Child $15*
Active Military FREE

* – Child pricing applies to kids ages 4 to 12. Children 3 and under are FREE.

PACKAGES

Two-Day Ticket $60*
Camping $75*
Fun Runs SOLD OUT
Burnout Contest SOLD OUT

* – Two-day ticketholders that are competing Saturday while also camping must vacate the pit area by end-of-day on May 14.

FRIDAY, MAY 13 SCHEDULE

12:00 PM – Campground Opens

SATURDAY, MAY 14 SCHEDULE

9:00 AM – Spectator Lot/Pit Gate Opens
12:00 PM – Spectator Gate Opens
12:00 PM – Test-n-Tune/Grudge on Drag Strip
12:00 PM – Street Car Shootout Driver’s Meeting
1:00 PM – YouTuber Meet and Greets
1:00 PM – Street Car Shootout Begins
3:30 PM – Cleetus Drag Racing Passes
4:00 PM – Burnout Contest Driver’s Meeting
5:00 PM – Jet Dragster
5:00 PM – Burnout Contest
8:00 PM – Jet Dragster

SUNDAY, MAY 15 SCHEDULE

9:00 AM – Spectator Lot/Pit Gate Opens
10:00 AM – Spectator Gate Opens
10:00 AM – YouTuber Meet and Greets
11:00 AM – Drivers Meeting Inside Oval
1:00 PM – Indy 800 Qualifying
2:00 PM – Indy 800 Main Event Begins

The Indy 800 will be an 80-lap event.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

BURNOUT CONTEST
The $100 admission price includes driver admission, tech card, and 1 vehicle. Burnout Contest and Street Car Shootout participants must pre-register at TheFOAT.com.

The burnout contest will pay $2,000 to win and $500 to the runner-up. Burnout Rivals will pay $2,500 to win and $1,000 to the runner-up.

FUN RUNS/GRUDGE/DRAG RACING
The $60 admission price includes driver admission, tech card, and 1 vehicle (at a limit of 60 entries).

FUN RUN RULES

  • The following are requirements for street legal vehicles:
    • Shorts are NOT PERMITTED when racing, and a shirt with sleeves is required to race.
    • Seat belts must be properly mounted.
    • All windows must be present and in good shape, and rolled up fully when racing. (no cracks)
    • All automatic transmissions must have operational neutral safety switches.
    • Door handles operational inside & out.
    • The battery cannot be in the driver’s compartment, and the battery must have 3/8 bolts to hold it in place.
    • Batteries that are relocated in the trunk must have an external cut off switch to the rear of the vehicle labeled “CUT OFF.”
    • The radiator must have a proper overflow catch tank.
    • Tires must be in good condition.
    • Carburetor must be covered: if there is no hood, a live fan must be removed, but an electric fan is OK.
    • The carburetor must have two return springs installed.
    • A rear-seat must be installed, or a sheet metal covering, or trunk bulkhead must be installed.
    • Convertibles must run with the top up, and the driver MUST have a full-face helmet meeting the SNELL, 2010 or newer rating.
    • All vehicles must have at least one working taillight.
    • All hubcaps and trim rings must be removed.
    • All drivers running vehicles 13.99 or quicker MUST have a helmet meeting the SNELL, 2010 or newer rating.
    • Slicks are allowed.
    • NO PASSENGERS ARE PERMITTED!
    • If you run quicker than 9.99 seconds, you must have an NHRA license.
    • Unaltered 2008 OEM model-year and newer production cars running slower than 9.99 and 135MPH do not have to meet the requirements and specifications for the Summit Racing Series except for the following: Convertibles and T-tops must meet Summit Racing Series roll bar and roll cage requirements, all drivers must meet the Summit Racing Series helmet and protective clothing requirements.
  • The following are requirements for street legal motorcycles:
    • Drivers MUST have a full-face helmet meeting the SNELL, 2010 or newer rating.
    • Motorcycle must have a kill switch with a lanyard if 11.99 or quicker.
    • Driver must have a leather jacket.
    • Driver must have leather pants if 120mph or faster.
    • Driver must wear full finger leather gloves.
    • Driver must have leather high top shoes or boots.
    • Motorcycle must have a chain guard.
    • Motorcycle must have working taillight.
    • Motorcycle throttle must spring return.
    • Nitrous oxide is allowed, if securely mounted-DOT regulated.
    • Slicks are allowed.
    • No three-or four-wheelers of any kind.
    • If you run quicker than 9.99 seconds, you must have an NHRA license.