Racing Divisions

Posted in

Modifieds
Since exploding onto the racing scene in 1979, the IMCA Modifieds have become the calling card of IMCA, thrilling legions of new race fans every year. These high-flying, open-wheel stock cars push the limits of power and excitement on short tracks from coast to coast. Racing in front of millions of spectators each year, IMCA Modifieds have gained a reputation for fierce competitiveness that is as unique as the car itself.

Stock Cars
One of IMCA’s most popular classes, Stock Cars are synonymous with fast-paced excitement. Known for their identifiable, full-bodied appearance, IMCA Stock Cars offer fender-banging thrills and chills that keep the fans coming back for more.

 

Hobby Stock
IMCA also features an entry-level division of full-sized cars, the IMCA Hobby Stocks. This division gives new competitors the chance to experiment with the sport at the lowest possible cost, while still experiencing the rush that only IMCA racing can provide.

Northern Sport Mod
IMCA also features a new entry-level division, the IMCA Northern Sport Mod. This division gives new competitors the chance to experiment with modified racing at the lowest possible cost.

 

Sport Compact
A bare-bones class – truly entry level – the IMCA Sport Compacts are not race cars, but rather cars that race. They can be purchased off the street or at salvage yards. They are gutted and safety equipment is installed and they are then ready to race. This division is for younger drivers, not those that want to get out of the late models or modifieds. It’s perfect for high school students, as the minimum age to participate is 14. No one in this division can be licensed to compete in any other IMCA division.