The quicker you can get the wheels to smoke - the better! Those not producing smoke instantly will be allocated less points.
Maintaining constant smoke is one of the hardest things to achieve and to cut it with the best the Vehicle should be smoking the tyres from the very start to the finish without interruption. Hesitation for direction change or whatever cause, will result in less points.
TIPS # 2
QUANTITY OF SMOKE
The volume of smoke produced is another important factor that contributes to allocation of points. Entrants should be mindful of varying wind conditions and should think about the execution of the burnout and how the wind might effect it.
While this is not mandatory it does improve your chances of receiving more points. Remember this is entertainment as well.
TIPS # 3
Anyone can make the wheels smoke but only the true masters display a high level of control and burnout finesse. To show ultimate driver control the entrant must produce all of the previously mentioned factors and burnout for the entire course - right up to the finish line including the donut pad. Note: Excellence in the donut pad area only, is not considered to be a good burnout.