Originally Posted by prodigymb
Those are NHRA rules not track specific rules. Atco is the same way, when I ran the M3, my friend ran 11.2 in his Evo X street car and got kicked out instantly. Atco used to look away during private rentals and from what you're saying it sounds like they still do.
They had few bad motorcycle accidents last year where the rider was going too fast without a special racers license and there were problems. I heard of other track days getting cancelled there because of cars not having proper equipment this year. No need for a cage was one of the big reasons why all the big street players prefered to do track days even at the extra expense.
i heard that as well. i think private days are going to be the only option for a lot of the newer cars that throw down good numbers even stock