*For questions about rules, contact IFO directly: http://importfaceoff.net/contact.htm
CLASS DESCRIPTION: A 9.99 and faster "anything goes" class for Pro style only import BRAND or domestic SPORT COMPACT engine door car that is not within the rules of any other Import Face-Off heads up class. Domestic sport compact = any FWD or AWD 4 cyl. *Domestic badged Import vehicles permitted, ex. Eagle Talon, Dodge Stealth, etc. Racers can not race in Outlaw if already eligible to compete in another heads up class. Tube chassis, slicks, one piece front ends, plus air cooled and especially wheelie barred rotary entries allowed! No restrictions on exhaust, interior, or tires. Domestic car bodies with Import brand manufacturer motor swaps allowed. *Updated 9/14/15
$2000 TOTAL PAYOUT. Winner $1200, R/U $400, Semis $200 each. Must have 8 true qualifiers (9.99 and faster) for full payout. Payouts DOUBLED if enough qualifiers for a quick 16! 6 to 7true qualifiers and class will pay out winner $700, R/U $300, Semis $100 each. 4 to 5 true qualifiers and class will only pay out first ($700) and second ($300). 3true qualifiers and class will only pay out first ($300). 2 or fewer true qualifiers is awarded a trophy only.
***If someone in your class is not within the rules, immediately ask for IFO staff to protest. Once your vehicle is staged, you accept all conditions of the race.
*OIL CONTAINMENT RULING STARTING IN 2017
Highly modified, non-factory setup vehicles (determined at IFO staff's discretion) 11.49 and faster required to have oil containment device (pan or diaper). Racers lacking oil containment device when required may still race at IFO staff's discretion with $100 track clean up deposit. Deposit returned to racer at end of event pending no oil down. Catch pan should cover entire area below engine/transmission with 2 inch high lips on all sides. Lips should to be covered or curved inward. If a competitor spills excessive oil onto the track, he or she may be disqualified from racing at the discretion of IFO/track staff.
***Contestants may be disqualified from an event or bannedfrom the series at the discretion of IFO staff for any one of the following reasons including, but not limited to 1) breaking rules 2) excessive oil downs 3) playing excessively loud music with explicit lyrics 4) bad sportsmanship 5) illegitimate protests against opponents who are not breaking rules 6) verbal abuse of event staff 7) disrespect/personal attacks towards the IFO series, track host, and/or fellow contestants.