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NHRA MAKES RULE CHANGES
CONCERNING WINDOW NETS FOR 2012
The following changes have been made to the NHRA Rulebook concerning Window Nets. As you will read below, for vehicles running 7.50 (4.50) to 9.99 (6.39) or 135 mph and faster you must have a SFI 27.1 mesh-type net. However a 2-year certification is now not required. Please see the official postings below. For all rule changes, go to www.nhraracer.com
NHRA Rules Changes on Window Nets - Posted 3/5/2012
SECTION 4A: SUPER PRO, PRO, SPORTSMAN, INTERIOR:6, WINDOW NET (Page 5) (3/5/2012) A ribbon-type or SFI 27.1 mesh-type window net is
mandatory for any full-bodied car running 7.50 (*4.50) to 9.99 (*6.39) or if vehicle runs 135 mph or faster. See General Regulations 6:3.
SECTION 4B:ADVANCED E.T., INTERIOR:6, WINDOW NET (Page 11) (3/5/2012) An SFI 27.1 ribbon-type or mesh-type window net is mandatory on any full-bodied car running 6.00 (*3.66) to 7.49 (*4.49). SFI 27.1 window net, when required, must be updated at two-year intervals from the date of manufacture. See General Regulations 6:3.