Regular Speedway Divisions

  • 410 Sprints : A 410 Sprint is a Purpose-built open wheel race car that is alcohol-burning. They are the fastest accelerating closed course race cars running today.
  • Engine size: is 410 cubic inches
  • Fuel System: Fuel injection
  • Horsepower: Approx 850
  • Compression: 13-17:1
  • RPM: 8-9000
  • Speed: 160mph
  • Power Train: In/out direct drive w/ quick change rear end
  • Weight: 1400lb with driver
  • Steering System: Power Steering
  • Cost $65,000
  • 358 Sprints : A racing vehicle of single seat design, built upon a racing chassis and mounted on four racing wheels.
  • Engine size: V-8 358 cubic inch
  • Fuel System: Fuel injection or carbureted Methanol
  • Horsepower: 700
  • Compression: 10.80:1
  • RPM: 8000
  • Speed: 130
  • Power Train: quick change aluminum rear
  • Weight: no less than 1,500lb
  • Steering System: power
  • Cost $ 45,000
  • Super Sportsman : The Sportsman division evolved from the jalopies in 1962. These cars today feature an open cockpit like the 410 sprints but have less power. They use carburetors, clutches and starters which make this division unique from the others.
  • Engine size: 320-358 cubic inch
  • Fuel System: carburetor
  • Horsepower: 560
  • Compression: 11.5-1
  • RPM: 8000
  • Speed: 120mph
  • Power Train: aluminum spec rear axle
  • Weight: 1750lbs
  • Steering System: gearbox
  • Cost $20,000
  • 358 Late Models : These Late Models feature steel constructed tube frame chassis with aluminum bodies that give them a sleek aerodynamic appearance of a race car; there is nothing stock about these 2300 pound machines. The cars are powered by an 500 horsepower motor that can turn in excess of 7,000 RPM's.
  • Engine size: 358 cubic inches
  • Fuel System: four barrel carburetion
  • Horsepower: 560
  • Compression: 11.5-1
  • RPM: 7500
  • Speed: 100
  • Power Train: quick change rears
  • Weight: 2375 lbs
  • Steering System: rack
  • Cost $ 25,000
  • Street Stocks: These are North American made passenger cars from 1950 with a wheel base of no less than 108 inches originally. The most commonly used cars are camaro and monte carlo’s.
  • Engine size: v-8 limited to 366 cubic inches
  • Fuel System: two-barrel carburetor gasoline
  • Horsepower: 450
  • Compression: 10-1
  • RPM: 7000
  • Speed: 80
  • Power Train: stock appearing rears
  • Weight: must weigh at least 3,000lbs
  • Steering System: power
  • Cost $ 10,000
  • Sanctioning bodies
  • All Star Sprints : These purpose–built open wheel sprint cars are one of the premier sprint car sanctioning bodies in the united states. They have about 400 drivers participate in their events with prize money totaling $1.5million dollars in a season.
  • Engine size: is 410 cubic inches
  • Fuel System: Fuel injection
  • Horsepower: Approx 850
  • Compression: 13-17:1
  • RPM: 8-9000
  • Speed: 160mph
  • Power Train: In/out direct drive w/ quick change rear end
  • Weight: 1400lb with driver
  • Steering System: Power Steering
  • Cost $65,000
  • World of Outlaws : These Purpose-built open wheel sprint cars are the premier winged series in the world, featuring world class drivers. Beginning in 1978, the World of Outlaws tour invades race track and thrills fans in 23 different states. Drivers on in this series will race for over $6 million in prize money yearly.
  • Engine size: is 410 cubic inches
  • Fuel System: Fuel injection
  • Horsepower: Approx 850
  • Compression: 13-17:1
  • RPM: 8-9000
  • Speed: 160mph
  • Power Train: In/out direct drive w/ quick change rear end
  • Weight: 1400lb with driver
  • Steering System: Power Steering
  • Cost $65,000
  • 305 RaceSaver Sprints: The PASprintSeries is a regional RaceSaver® series defined as recreational sprint car racing. Utilizing a spec head and strict engine and competition rules the series allows racers to compete in the same sprint cars found throughout the country on an affordable basis.
  • Engine size: is 315 cubic inches
  • Fuel System: Fuel injection
  • Horsepower: Approx 450
  • Compression: 9.5:1
  • RPM: 8-9000
  • Speed: 120 mph
  • Power Train: In/out direct drive w/ quick change rear end
  • Weight: 1550 lb with driver
  • Steering System: Power Steering
  • Cost $15,000
  • URC (United Racing Company): A traveling group of racing vehicles of single seat design, built upon a racing chassis and mounted on four racing wheels.
  • Engine size: is 360 cubic inches
  • Fuel System: Fuel injection
  • Horsepower: Approx 700
  • Compression: Approx 15:1
  • RPM: 8-10000
  • Speed: 140mph
  • Power Train: In/out direct drive w/ quick change rear end
  • Weight: 1475 lb with driver
  • Steering System: Power Steering
  • Cost $40,000
  • Sidewinder Sprints
  • Engine size: 61 cubic inches or 1000cc
  • Fuel System: Fuel injection - Methanol
  • Horsepower: Approx 195
  • Compression: 13:1
  • RPM: 13600
  • Speed: 115mph
  • Power Train: 6 speed gearbox with chain drive
  • Weight: 850-900lb with driver
  • Steering System: manual steering
  • Cost $8000 to $20000
  • SpeedSTR's: SpeedSTR stands for Short Track Racer and is a Self-Starting, Open Wheel racecar powered by a 2.4 liter dual overhead cam Mopar engine. This division was created to give teams an opportunity to have an affordable vehicle to advance their racing careers. The beauty of the SpeedSTR is it races on both the dirt and the pavement.
  • Engine size: 152 cubic inches
  • Fuel System: Fuel injection
  • Horsepower: Approx 260
  • Compression: 13.5:1
  • RPM: 8000
  • Speed: 120mph
  • Power Train: Single disc clutch, open wheel driveline
  • Weight: 1420 lb w/driver
  • Steering System: Manual Steering
  • Cost $18,000
  • ARDC
  • Engine size: 4cylinder
  • Fuel System: fuel injection
  • Horsepower: 350-400
  • Speed: 100-120mph
  • Power Train: Quick change rear
  • Weight: 1075 with driver
  • Steering System: power
  • Cost $ 20,000.00