This is the entry level class at Stateline Speedway. These are stock 4 cylinder cars that have the windows and interior removed. These cars still race on a DOT street tire. This class is affordable, is intended to be fun, and provides the drivers with a real racing experience.
These 4-cylinder cars are a noticeable step up from the roadrunners. These are front and rear wheel drive full floor pan cars with roll cages. In this class you can make modifications to the engine, exhaust, body, suspension, etc. These cars run on a Hoosier racing tire.
These are 5/8 scale 1930′s & 40′s American cars that bring us back to the roots of NASCAR. These were the original body styles that drivers started hoppin’ up to deliver moonshine in during the prohibition. This was the first racecar to be built on an assembly line, so with equal equipment, competition is high.
These cars are also called scaled late models, because they have the frame and suspension of a late model only they are a 2/3 scaled version. These cars are also cheaper than running full size late models, so a lot of aspiring late model drivers start here.
Bump 2 Pass
These are stock V8 cars that pull out the windows and interior, add a T-Bar, a door plate, and go racing where rubbing is encouraged. Other tracks call this a “no yellow flag” racing; meaning, go ahead and bump, spin, and watch the sparks fly.
These are stock, bomber style cars that get put in the ring together and told to crash each other until the last one wins. Don’t miss our Demo Derby on July 3rd as it includes multiple demos and a fourth of July fireworks show.
When you are ready to go V8 racing, this is the class to start with. All of these race cars were daily drivers at one point. This class gives you that V8 horsepower sound and feeling, but stays affordable by having stock motor rules.
This is local touring series class. Modified stock car racing is one of the oldest types of racing. Its name originally comes from the fact that the cars are not stock, but modified. Now these cars are full tube chassis cars with high horse power V8 engine, and modified body panels.
Winged Sprint Car
These are very high powered race cars with a high power to weight ratio. This class holds the all time track record at Stateline Speedway. The purpose of the wing is to make the fast car easier to control and lessen the likelihood of flipping or going airborne. Sometimes these cars run without wings and slide all the way around the track.
Drifting is one of the most modern types of racing. It is when the driver smokes the rear tires, intentionally over steers the car, and causes it to pitch sideways on the entry and exit of the corners. These cars are judged not only by their speed, but also their angle and driving line.
This class is a step up from street stocks and a step down from Late Models. You can use a floorpan car or a full tube chassis, and there are more body options. This class runs on two barrel carburetors. This is a very affordable, fun, and competitive class.
Late Model This late model class runs 9 times at Stateline Speedway this year and is more affordable. It utilizes a racing tire that can be used for multiple races, cutting down on the racer’s largest operating cost. This class also has a few more equalizing rules, which puts more “driver” into the cars.
Super Late Model This is the highest class of stock car racing and the premier division at Stateline Speedway. Don’t miss seeing the best of the NW go door to door in the Idaho 200 on the first Saturday of August.