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This Saturday is our LAST race of the season!










We hope you had a wonderful 4th of July weekend!

​​We are saddened to say goodbye to a fellow racer, Steve Tedder, who finished in the 18th position for the 2020 season.  He was an amazing man and competitor that raced for the love of it. He always had a smile and a laugh on and off the track. Go Rest High, my friend. You will be greatly missed by your fellow racers.  (1.5.2021)





Classic Gear Jammer History

A special thank you to George Houston for producing this video.  Take a few minutes to hear from some of our very own racers about how this group got started and why this is the best racing association around.
2020 Points Champion
Barczy is your 2020 Classic Gear Jammers Champion.  People always ask what it takes to win races and a championship. The answer is a good driver and a good car. The Barczy/Flynt team has both of them covered. Josh grew up kart racing, then jr. dragsters, and now into a stick door car. Jimmy Flynt, the car owner and his grandfather, has raced forever and there's no one that does more preventative maintenance and checking over things than him. Their maintenance program is second to none. Fun story, when the Flynt girls were small in the 70's and their dad was racing, they called 62-67 Nova's skinny Nova, and 68-72 cars fat Nova. Their ride is an iconic 1966 Chevy II (skinny Nova). The car has been in the family since the 80's and has competed ever since. It runs a Fulton Competition Race Engines SBC with Liberty's Gears 5 speed, RAM Clutches, running 5.90's at 115 mph.


This makes Josh's 3rd CGJ Championship (2014, 2017 and 2020). In the CGJ 30 years of racing, only a hand full of drivers can make that claim. It has always been family, fun and racing together for the Barczy/Flynt camp. Great Job!



Congratulations to our top 20 in the points standings for 2020!
(click here for the 2020 season standings)


2021 Race Schedule

Attention Racers:

  • Every racer please check in at the registration trailer (Gerringer trailer) when you arrive for every race. 

  • Please make sure all your contact information is current.  Dash for Cash pays $100.00.

  • The semi finals in the main race pay is $200.00 per car.

  • Second chance race pays top 4 (Winner, Runner-up & Semi's).

  • Everyone racing gets points.

  • Second chance race winner and runner-up bet bonus points (2 pts. to win 1 pt for runner-up).

  • Please make sure you are running the Hank Thomas Performance decals on your car (MUST have decals on car to be eligible for gas gift certificates).

**Tech Inspections**


Classic Gear Jammers Safety Rules

The rules listed below are listed as crucial must have.

  • Helmet – All entries running 5.50 or quicker will be required to have a Snell 2000 closed face helmet. All other entries require Snell 2000 or newer.

  • Seat Belts – All belts must be no older than five years from the date of manufacture. A grace period will be given as long as tech officials deem the existing belts safe.

  • Protective Clothing – All entries running 6.00 to 8.00 are required to wear SFI 3.2A-1 fire jacket and long pants. Blue jeans are acceptable. Any entry running 5.00 to 5.99 must wear SFI 3.2A-5 fire jacket and SFI 3.2A-5 fire pants and a 3.3 neck collar, fire shoes and fire rated gloves.

  • Bell Housing – All entries must have blow-proof bellhousing.

  • Harmonic Balancer – Must be SFI 18.1 approved.

  • Throttle Return Spring – 2 springs required.

  • Fire Extinguisher – Properly secured fire extinguisher on all cars

  • Window Net – Required on all cars running 6.30 or quicker.

  • Fuel Cell Ground – All entries running plastic fuel cell shall have ground a strap mounted from filler neck to body or frame.

  • Battery Hold Down – All entries must have the battery properly secured.

  • Roll Cage – All entries quicker than 7.50 requires a minimum 6 point roll bar. All entries 6.30 or quicker require full roll cage.

  • Brakes – All entries shall have brakes on all four wheels.

  • Drive Shaft loops – All entries shall have (2) drive shaft loops. (1) front and (1) rear.

  • Coolant Recovery Can – (Catch Can) All entries shall have a catch can properly sized to catch excess fluid.

  • Tail Lamp – One tail light mandatory on all entries and MUST be used at night.

  • 5/8 rear studs required for cars running faster than 6.50 ET.

  • No Antifreeze in/as engine coolant.

  • No rubber valve stems on any wheel (all four). If running tubes must use metal/brass valve stem tubes.

  • Must have working front lights (this can be small led lights that dragsters use, ie: driving lights, oem headlights, etc.)

  • Note: Any vehicle failing tech inspection will be given 30 days to complete necessary repairs from date of infraction and will be re-inspected afterwords.

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We would like to thank the Classic Gear Jammers team members. This is our 30th year of racing. It takes a team to make all of this happen with dedication and commitment. 


Rick Gerringer: Chairman of the board, Marketing

Sherri Gerringer: Scheduling, Treasurer, Book keeping, Merchandise sales, Competition race director

Jamie Hutchens:  Board member

Gary Laviner: Board member
Tommy Lumley: Board member

Ken Regenthal: Board member

Tom Talmon: Board member

Andy Walker: Board member

Matt Wilson: Board member

Kenny Regenthal Jr.: Board member, Tech inspector

Robert Slater: Tech inspector

Scott Cox: Tech inspector

Angie Jones: Website design

Visit the Gear Jammers registration trailer for purchases. 

(Gerringer trailer)

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