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358 Modified

December 2nd, 2020 by

Incredibly popular throughout the northeastern United States, and with additional rounds as far south as Florida and north as Canada, dirt modifieds are just as fun to drive as they are to watch. Incredibly passionate fans pack the stands as these beasts go wheel-to-wheel in one of the most unique cars to hit the dirt … Read the Rest »

Big Block Modified

December 2nd, 2020 by

Incredibly popular throughout the northeastern United States, and with additional rounds as far south as Florida and north as Canada, dirt modifieds are just as fun to drive as they are to watch. Incredibly passionate fans pack the stands as these beasts go wheel-to-wheel in one of the most unique cars to hit the dirt … Read the Rest »

Dirt Midget

November 27th, 2017 by

Originating in the United States in the 1930s and now raced on a global scale, the Midget cars are an incredibly fun spectacle to witness. These cars appear very small but pack a huge power-to-weight ratio and typically run four-cylinder engines. The cars feature a handful of safety features including their own roll cages due … Read the Rest »

UMP Modified

August 24th, 2017 by

The UMP Modified cars are specifically built for dirt oval racing. Featuring 750 horsepower these cars race all around the United States. Built to the United Midwestern Promoters (UMP) specifications these are some of the most popular dirt oval cars in the country. The car design is a unique hybrid – open wheel in the … Read the Rest »

USAC 360 Sprint Car

April 20th, 2017 by

Nothing better epitomizes grassroots American racing than a sprint car slinging dirt on one of the scores of 1/4, 3/8, 1/2 and mile dirt ovals dotting the countryside. The sprint car’s iconic roller skate shape hearkens to an era when the likes of Bill Vukovich, Jimmy Bryan and Parnelli Jones scratched and clawed their ways … Read the Rest »

USAC 410 Sprint Car

April 20th, 2017 by

Nothing better epitomizes grassroots American racing than a sprint car slinging dirt on one of the scores of 1/4, 3/8, 1/2 and mile dirt ovals dotting the countryside. The sprint car’s iconic roller skate shape hearkens to an era when the likes of Bill Vukovich, Jimmy Bryan and Parnelli Jones scratched and clawed their ways … Read the Rest »

Dirt Legends Ford ’34 Coupe

March 16th, 2017 by

With its 1930s-era body style, the Legends Car looks like a 5/8’s scale model of the home-built Modified stock cars that dominated NASCAR racing in the 1950s. But underneath the fiberglass coachwork lives a thoroughly modern, high-tech, fully-adjustable tube-frame race car. High technology and low cost don’t often go together in motorsport, but while the … Read the Rest »

Dirt Limited Late Model

March 9th, 2017 by

As with their pavement racing counterparts (with which they share little beyond their generic name), Late Models are among the most sophisticated and popular classes of race cars on the dirt tracks of North America and Australia.  “Classes” is the key term, as there is a category of dirt Late Models – Sportsman, Limited and … Read the Rest »