Legacy Race Series
Timeline of the
The Allison Legacy Touring Series offers a
professional to intermediate racing program.
This unique and innovative program attracts
drivers, new and old, with or without
experience, and has proven to be a valuable
stepping stone for drivers looking to further a
“It’s important to offer a program for everybody
who wants to be involved,” explained Kenny
Allison. “We are growing as a series and as a
promotional outlet. Drivers are able to
get valuable exposure and experience with our
program that can contribute to furthering a
racing career. At the same time, people
who want to get into racing just for fun can
maintain and operate the car in this series on a
minimal budget, and with little or no
There will be about 18 Touring Races scheduled for 2013.
Most events will be 50
laps. Some are 35 laps and a 200 lapper will be
scheduled for year end. The Touring Series
runs at the Kershaw road course. There are
approximately 100 regional events in different
areas around the country.
license to drive in the Allison Legacy race
series is $130.00 per year. That is for car
owners or drivers or a combination of a car
owner/driver. Crew members are $80 each. In the
case of different crew members at different
tracks, there is a temporary single event
license that they must get and it is $10. There
are entry fees for all of the Touring races and
they are $85 each race. A purse is paid for
each race to all drivers.
Tires cost around
$115 each and can be used for more than one
race. Sunoco Allison Legacy fuel is mandatory
and can be purchased from Allison Brothers at
the track or the shop in Salisbury. The engines
are sealed and the only thing one can do to them
is change the jets and timing.
The only way to
make sure that everything is legal on the car
you may be purchasing is to bring it here to the
Allison Brothers shop for them to check it over.
You can call them at (704) 278-0174. If the
recorder is on, leave a message and they will
call you back. There is a car registration form
also that will need to be completed each year.
Cost is $10. All cars have a serial number and
they are registered by that number and also the
If the driver or
anyone on the team is under 19 years old, they
must fill out minor releases for CompCar.
Check the website
for more info and call the shop at (704)
278-0174 with any questions.
Our 2005 ALRS
Champion won the Daytona 500 in 2011 and our
2009 ALRS Champion won the Rookie of the Year
Honors in the Nationwide Series in 2011 and many
of the Legacy Series drivers are racing in Late
Models and other series around the country. 2010
Champion Justin Allison racing at Daytona-ARCA
The Series Structure
There is a Touring Series and a growing
number of Regional Series for the competitors to
choose from. Touring series races are in
The Carolinas. Other
regions for the series are in New England, the
Great Lakes, and in the
state of Texas. All races are sanctioned
by CompCar of NC, Inc. and a rigid set of rules
are in place and apply to all regions under the
direction of area regional dealers and
directors. Points systems are in place in each
region. Each region has their own purse
CompCar of NC.Inc.
(the sanctioning body of the series)
of NC is the Official Sanctioning Body
racing Allison Legacy Cars in the U.S.,
Canada, and other international venues. CompCar of NC is responsible for
constructing and maintaining rules that are
fair and just to all competitors.
Further, CompCar of NC oversees and enforces
regulations involving safety and competitor
conduct during racing events. This is
accomplished by CompCar of NC direct
supervision and/or regional directors.
A short rules list is provided below.
A complete rulebook is available by
mailing a request to:
CompCar of NC, Inc.
7920 Statesville Blvd.
Salisbury, NC 28147.
The rules and/or regulations set forth in
the CompCar of NC, Inc. rulebook are designed to
provide for orderly conduct of racing events and
to establish minimum acceptable requirements for
such events. These rules shall govern the
conditions of all Legacy Car events. I t is
ultimately the obligation of each participant to
insure that their conduct and equipment comply
with all applicable CompCar rules, as they may
be amended from time to time. No express or
implied warranty of safety shall result from
publication of, or compliance with the rules and
regulations. The rules and regulations are
intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport
and are in no way a guarantee by CompCar of NC,
Inc. or any other person or entity against
injury or death to participants, spectators, or
No pretense is made of having designed
a foolproof set of rules and regulations.
The spirit and intent of the rules contained
within the rulebook are going to be the
standards by which Allison Legacy Car racing
will be guided. Event officials are
authorized to decide if an equipment change is
an attempt to beat the rules. This can and
will disqualify an entry in violation of the
spirit and intent of these rules.
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Race procedures may vary from event to
event, including inspection, practice, the
lining up of cars and the race. CompCar of NC
Officials will notify competitors of the race
procedures at each event. Penalties
Any competitor who violates CompCar of NC rules
is subject to be penalized, disqualified, fined,
suspended, or ejected at the discretion of
CompCar of NC Officials.
Any competitor who violates CompCar of NC
rules is subject to be penalized, disqualified,
fined, suspended, or ejected at the discretion
of CompCar of NC Officials.
- The term "stock" in the rule book refers
to the specification of, form of, and
materials of all pieces that make up the
construction of a Legacy car as manufactured
new by Allison Brothers Inc. and received
from Allison Brothers Inc. by authorized
distributors, dealers and retail customers.
- Engine - All engine parts and
accessories, internal and external, must
remain stock and in stock location.
The only engine permitted for any CompCar of
NC/Allison Legacy event, including practice,
qualifying, and races is the stock Mazda
B2200, 2.2 liter, piston, overhead cam
engine. The engine must have the fully
visible engine serial number. The
engine serial number must be registered with
CompCar of NC or Allison Brothers Race Cars,
Inc. before any event. The engine and engine
parts must remain sealed in the CompCar of
NC designated seal areas in the stock manner
with stock seals. Engine seals cannot be
altered or tampered with in any way.
Any violation of any engine rule will result
in possible fines and suspensions.
- Car Weight - All cars weighed for
CompCar of NC Allison Legacy events will be
weighed with the driver. Cars will be
weighed on the official CompCar of NC scales
used at the time of inspection. Weight
specifications with the driver will be as
follows: All cars must be fully fueled
at weight-in. Total Car Weight:
Minimum Weight/1675 lbs. Left Side
Percentage: Maximum left side weight/56%.
- Fuel Type - Only automotive gasoline is
allowed. Absolutely no additives of
any kind can be added to gasoline.
Regular Unleaded 87 Octane is recommended
for best performance. The Touring Series has
a specific Sunoco specially formulated fuel
that must be used.
- All car owners, drivers, crew members,
and persons entering the pit area must be
members of CompCar of NC, Inc.
For additional information or rule
interpretation, call 704-278-0174.
Approximate cost per race to campaign an
Allison Legacy car is minimal compared to other
professional racing series. Tires, fuel, oil and most of the other
normal maintenance items associated with a race
car plus travel expense sets the cost per race. Once the car is set up to a driver’s
particular style or liking it becomes very low
maintenance and can be easily serviced by an
individual with normal mechanical skills.
More To Come
The Legacy Series is a family
series. The Allison Family has
taken their experience in the sport and focused
it to put the fun back in racing, while
promoting a professional, exciting series. For
more information on the Allison Legacy Race
Series, call (704) 278-0174