KWIK TRIP NASCAR LATE MODELS: The NASCAR Late Models are the top division at the speedway. These cars race weekly for track points, and for the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series – National and State Championship standings. The cars are build for racing “ground-up” with the exception of engine components that must remain stock from the automobile manufacturer. Body styles used are from approved domestic made cars, 1992 or newer. They race on 10-inch wide slick race tires and may either use high-octane race fuel, or regular pump gasoline. LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway Official Rulebook – LATE MODEL
LINE-X NASCAR SPORTSMEN: The NASCAR Sportsmen cars are the “middle” division at the speedway. They run on the 5/8th mile track, and begin as street appearing cars, trucks, or modified bodies. These cars race weekly for track points, and for the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series – National and State Championship standings. Because the track allows many different body and chassis styles for this division, a maximum speed (lap time) is enforced. A driver can not go faster than the posted lap time. If they do, they are relegated to the rear of the race. They do have one “mulligan” in which the team can break the limit…but only once and can not be on the last lap. Although very different from normal oval racing, it does provide the fans with extremely close racing and adds a new challenge of racing to the teams. Tires used are an 8-inch wide treaded race tire, and they may use the same fuel as the Late Models. LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway Official Rulebook – SPORTSMEN
SKYLINE FIREWORKS NASCAR HORNETS: The Hornets are the Speedway’s entry level division, which race weekly. These cars are typical 4-cylinder small cars seen on the streets in the 1980’s, 1990’s and even the 2000’s. These cars race weekly for track points, and for the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series – National and State Championship standings. This division is for fun, and the easiest way for someone to try their hand at racing. The cars are strictly stock from the street…. most of the interior is gutted out, a roll bar is added, a few other safety modifications, and it’s ready to race. LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway Official Rulebook – HORNETS
AUTO VALUE HOBBY STOCKS: The Hobby Stocks cars are full-bodied strictly stock class, including a stock engine. Only a few modifications are made for safety to the cars. These cars race on a smaller, inner oval – a quarter mile track. All of these cars were at one time used as street cars in the 1980’s and 1990’s. A minimum weight is 3400 pounds and they race on treaded racing tires. LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway Official Rulebook – HOBBY STOCKS (Thunderstox)
AUTO VALUE STREET STOCKS and AUTO VALUE 6 SHOOTERS: Street Stocks and 6 Shooters are production street cars that are exclusively 6-Cylinder cars. 6 Shooters have to be an American made car, Street Stocks are open to all manufactures. They have a minimum wheelbase of 106.” Similar to the Hornet division, this stock class provides an outlet for larger 6-Cylinder cars to compete on the quarter mile track. It’s an inexpensive way to get into racing, and most importantly, have fun! LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway Official Rulebook – STREET STOCKS MINI-VANS
MOUNTAIN DEW MINI VANS: This Division is the same as our Street Stocks- but are limited to the Mini Van models. They are production street cars (vans) that are exclusively 6-Cylinder cars. They have a minimum wheelbase of 106.” They are a fun and inexpensive way to race and be a part of the fun! 2020 LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway Official Rulebook – STREET STOCKS MINI-VANS
HIGH SCHOOL RACING ASSOCIATION: Designed for High School aged (14 -18) racers. Utilizing 6-Shooters style cars, with a roll cage. This is a low cost, fun, entry level class for those whom have an interest in racing. There are a limited number of race events each season. Points are tallied to crown a Track Champion, and because other tracks in the Midwest run the HSRA Division, a State point system is in place. Each season a State Champion is crowned after the State finals…at one of the participating tracks. The division competes on the quarter mile track. It’s an inexpensive way to get into racing, and most importantly, have fun! LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway Official Rulebook –
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