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Minnesota USA Dirt Tracks. 24 tracks. ^; A; B; C; D; F; G; H; I; J; K; M.


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North Central Speedway (NCS) is a 1/3 mile track that hosts dirt track racing from April through October. We race every Saturday night, and both seasoned.


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Dirt Race Tracks. Minnesota is home to several race tracks that use clay or dirt surfaces. These tracks provide a variety races of different types.


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Loecken Lands In Victory Lane As Track Champions Are Crowned 64 race teams entered action at the Granite City Speedway in Sauk Rapids, MN on.


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St Augusta, MN (May 14, ) - WISSOTA race tracks in South Dakota, North Dakota, and Wyoming are going racing this weekend. If you are a driver that is.


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Grand Rapids Speedway Dirt Track Wissota Racing in Northern Minnesota.


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Spring Valley, MN, By: Todd Narveson The Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley, This year will mark the 25th anniversary of the track and will be the 19th year Jacob Bleess drove the race of his life Saturday night in the finale of the 21st.


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Minnesota IMCA Dirt Tracks. NCS is racing Friday (sport Mods and compacts), Saturday (Mods, Sport Mods, Stock Cars, Hobby Stock and Compacts) and.


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Then there is a final race featuring the fastest competitors. The original seat may be allowed to be used in the lowest classes, but a racing seat and roll cage is required to be installed in higher divisions. For most of the regional series they use the method called the "pill draw. Cars in lower divisions use stock tires, and higher division cars use purpose-built specified racing tires. The heat races are shorter than the feature races, and not as many cars race in each heat, from 8 to 12 laps for a heat race. There are hundreds of local and regional racetracks throughout the nation. The lowest divisions of modified production cars may be completely stock except for having their interior or windshields removed. It may be then broken down with a cultivator or rolled. The racetrack dictates what type of late model is raced, but most fall into one of these categories:. Preliminary races for each class, called heat races, frequently open the schedule. The continental class has a cc single-cylinder engine, also in Great Britain there are left- and right-handed sidecar machines with the engines up to cc. There is also cheaper equipment and parts that can be purchased, but staying competitive is much more expensive. Limited late models and late model stocks have the same body rules as super late models. The expense for these cars is significant. Crate late models use Chevrolet small-block engine engines that have been sealed with a special tag. Nearly all tracks are oval and less than 1-mile 1. Open wheel cars are generally manufactured with tubular frames and a body purchased for that particular class. Most tracks have a clay surface, though some use dolomite , dolomite and clay mix or even sand and clay mix. The rear wheels are covered by fenders but the front wheels are left exposed. Each racetrack or sponsoring organization maintains a rule book outlining each class of race car which includes dimensions, engine size, equipment requirements and prohibitions. Dirt track racing is the single most common form of auto racing in the United States. Full-bodied cars can vary from full tube frame chassis and aluminium bodied late models to automobiles manufactured by the major automakers with certain modifications as allowed for each class. The heat races may determine the starting race position in the main events and usually earn season championship points. Depending on the class, the cars may have wings to aid in handling at higher speeds. Typical motors include the GM and GM engines. Engines vary from unmodified 4 cylinders to highly modified V8. Typically the machines for track curation include a grader, cultivator, roller and water truck however this varies at different dirt tracks around the world. Crate engines must not be altered, modified, or changed in any way from factory specifications. These are stock cars custom built for racing, usually with welded tubular frames and custom built or purchased bodies. Most cars have their glass windshields removed and their interiors stripped out. These cars are modified manufactured automobiles. The curation of a racetrack is a long and complex job and requires hours of work. Dirt track racing in Australia has a history dating back to the s and s. There are hundreds of additional unsanctioned regional and national special events run throughout the year. This coordination allows the drivers to compete at many different racetracks, increase competitors' chances of winning, and lets racing associations develop a series of race events that promote fan interest. The wheels of these vehicles are not protected by fenders; they are exposed or "open". There are three sidecar classes. Sanctioning bodies include:. Both types range from large and powerful V8 engines to small yet still powerful, four-cylinder engines. They are categorized depending on what track and series that is being run. Modified cars are a hybrid of open wheel cars and stock cars. These cars are considered to be the most sophisticated cars in dirt racing. The engines may be modified as allowed under different rules:Saloon. The requirements for each class are usually coordinated with multiple tracks to allow for the widest available venue for each type of car. There are numerous formats for qualifying for the feature event.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Sidecar races are some of the most exciting in Grass Track sport, with the driver and passenger working together to obtain the best grip and speed around the corners. Typically the track is graded and 'dug up' after the racing is finished and then it is watered with a water truck. During the s and early s, a small number of tracks were paved with asphalt, though this phase only lasted about a decade and all tracks paved over eventually reverted to their former surfaces. The highest divisions of modified production cars may have only a few original stock parts, and may be nearly as fast as late model race cars. The typical race program usually involves a number of classes, and many tracks offer both open wheel and stock car racing. Two different types of race cars dominate — open wheel racers in the Northeast and West and stock cars in the Midwest and South. Most racing series and special events offer different motor options with the use of different total vehicle weights to create an even playing field:. Some of the smaller open wheel race cars have classes for single-cylinder engines. To get the frame chassis and parts all new without the transmission and motor is around 20, to 30, dollars depending on the quality and from which manufacturer the chassis comes. There are also several engine builders that build both ci and ci engines for traveling sprint car teams. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Dirt track racing is a form of motorsport held on clay or dirt surfaced oval race tracks often used for thoroughbred horse racing. While open wheel race cars are purpose-built racing vehicles, stock cars also known as fendered cars can be either purpose-built race cars or street vehicles that have been modified to varying degrees. The track surface may be composed of any soil, but most racers prefer a track with a clay base. This decreases the chance of crashes but increases the damage and chance of injury when cars do crash. Many tracks support two types of racing in their programs, open wheel cars and stock cars. The races consist of several four lap qualifying heats that eliminate slower drivers. Other safety and performance features are added to higher division cars. There are a wide variety of event formats. The most common increments in the U. Many different tracks and sanctioning bodies have variations on these rules of what constitutes an open late model, limited late model and a late model stock. These races are laps for drivers to get an understanding of the track conditions and the set up of their race cars. They are at the very start of the night before qualifying and the heat races. The engines are based on V-8 Chevrolet, Chrysler, and Ford power plants. Tire choice is also typically limited to a certain tire such as the Hoosier D55 spec tire. They give each driver 2 timed laps to get their times. There are more than racing events in North America, and thousands of other vintage events sanctioned by hundreds of clubs. Crate engines are sealed at the intake manifold, cylinder head , front cover, and oil pan with special twist off bolts. Cars that compete in vintage racing events are from the late 19th century to historic cars from a few years ago. There are sanctioning bodies that control the rules for this class at most tracks. Current dirt super late models feature steel constructed tube frame chassis with aluminium bodies that give them the sleek aerodynamic appearance of a stock race car but there is nothing stock about these pound machines. Engine limitations typically include maximum engine displacement size, certain required cylinder head angles, maximum compression ratios, and maximum carburetor size. These steps are repeated however many times necessary and do vary according to climate, location and soil composition. Full-bodied cars, sometimes referred to as stock cars, are vehicles that, unlike open-wheel cars, have fenders covering all wheels. Many obsolete race vehicles that were left in barns to rust are being restored to their former glory. There are several general types:. Dirt track racing started in the United States before World War I and became widespread during the s and s using both automobiles and motorcycles. The most popular type of dirt full-bodied stock cars are late models. This class of car has the racing characteristics of a stock car. Late model stocks have the same body rules as super late models and limited late models. Suspension rules typically forbid the use of expensive canister shocks. The restored race vehicles are being displayed at car shows and sometimes raced. Most modified production cars use full exhaust systems. This system is also used to line up the big crown jewel events. This class typically has even more limited engine rules.