Super Late Models
The Super Late Model car is a fully fabricated racing chassis with infinite adjustability. The bodies are fully fiberglass and resemble the top classes you would see on TV. There are 2 engine options for this class: A Spec GM crate engine making 400hp, or a Full race engine with no rules making up to 700hp. These cars weigh 2900lbs, run 4 barrel carburetors, and 10” slick racing tires. This is our most advanced class.
The Late Model car is built using a fabricated chassis with a stock type front suspension like a Camaro, or a Monte Carlo. The bodies are stock appearing fiberglass. They have limited engine, shock, and suspension rules to help keep costs under control. These cars run a cast iron headed engine and a 2 barrel or 4 barrel carburetor. Late Model cars weigh 3200lbs and run on a 9 inch racing tire. This is designed to be cost effective advanced class.
The Mini Stock car is built using a production chassis. Most cars use a Mustang. The bodies are 100% stock appearing. These cars have very limited adjustability using stock suspension components. These cars run a 4 cylinder engine with a cast iron head and a hydraulic camshaft. Mini Stock cars weigh 2300lbs and run a 2 barrel carburetor and an 8 inch racing tire. This is designed to be an affordable entry class.
The Hobby Stock car is built using a production chassis. Most cars use a Nova, Monte Carlo, or Camaro. The bodies are 100% stock appearing. These cars have very limited adjustability using stock suspension components. These cars run a V8 engine with cast iron heads intake and exhaust manifolds. Hobby Stock cars weigh about 3250lbs and run a 2 barrel carburetor and a 10 inch used racing tire. This is designed to be an affordable entry level class.
The Bumblebee class is the most affordable way to go racing. This is our lowest dollar class for the beginner drivers, meant to teach young drivers the do’s & don’ts of short track racing as well as for people that just want to have fun, and not spent a ton of money. They put on a great show while introducing new people to the wonderful world of short track racing. You can build your own race ready Bumblebee for less than $1500. The cars must be a factory stock 4 cylinder cars with no suspension adjustments and street tires.
The concept of creating a fun and affordable “spec” class of racing for anyone to participate in here. These 5/8-scale fiberglass full-fendered versions of the famed NASCAR modifieds. Legends Cars have become one of the fastest growing segments of motorsports today. With drivers being classified into four different divisions, Legends Cars is THE racing opportunity that is available to anyone! The Pro Division is for the experienced drivers. The Masters Division features drivers 40 years and older. The Semi-Pro Division is the novice class, featuring the drivers that are new to the sport or have been inactive in other forms of racing for a while. Then there is the Young Lions Division which is designated for the drivers between the ages of 12 and 16. Since the car stays the same from division to division, it is the driver that makes the difference! Legend cars use a 125hp Yamaha engine and weigh 1300lbs.
Baby Grand racecars are a great way to get involved in racing, and they are among the safest racecars ever built. Baby Grand stockcars are 2/3 scale replicas of Nextel Cup Stock Cars. They use a Yamaha XJR1300 engine which produces 120-125 hp. Each car’s weight of approx. 1250 lbs., means an exciting 10:1 power to weight ratio.
The Stinger 8’s class uses the same rules package as the Bumblebee cars, but run a Figure 8’s around the track. They put on a great show while introducing new people to the wonderful world of short track racing. You can build your own race ready Stinger 8’s for around $1500. The cars must be a factory stock 4 cylinder car with no suspension adjustments and street tires.