Race Cars

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Super Gas

Class Index: 9.90
Driver: Chris Bishop


You will notice most cars in this class are primarily full-bodied cars and street roadsters. No dragsters or altereds are permitted. Rules regarding engine and chassis modifications are extremely liberal, though the use of exotic fuels is prohibited. The minimum weight in this class is 2,100 pounds except for four-cylinder-powered cars, which they may have a minimum weight of 1,200 pounds. 

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Super Comp

Class Index: 8.90

Driver: Chris Bishop


The quickest of the heads-up Super classes. Super Comp is composed primarily of dragsters. Engine, chassis, and body modifications are virtually unlimited. Four- and six-cylinder-powered entries may have a minimum weight of 1,000 pounds; all others cannot weigh less than 1,350 pounds. Most Super Comp cars are very capable of running well under the 8.90 index, however most drivers use a number of electronic aids, including a timer and adjustable throttle, to run the index without running quicker than it, or breaking out.

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Super Street

Class Index: 10.90

Driver: Donnie Durenberger


All vehicles in this class must be full-bodied cars and weigh no less than 2,800 pounds except for six-cylinder cars, which may have a minimum weight of 2,000 pounds, and four-cylinder- and rotary-powered cars (1,200 pounds). Engine and chassis modifications are virtually unlimited. Racers compete on a five-tenths Pro Tree.

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Stock

Driver: Jeff Cheney


Stock cars are similar to the Super Stockers, but the rules regarding everything from engine modifications to body alterations are much stricter. Any car is likely eligible to compete, and entries are classified using a system that divides factory shipping weight by NHRA-factored horsepower. Bodies must be unaltered and retain a full factory interior. Tires are limited to a maximum 9-inch-wide rear slick. Engines must be correct for the make and model vehicle and must retain stock cylinder heads, intake manifold, and carburetor. Modifications to this class are limited to a basic balancing and rebuild with only a few performance enhancements.

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Super Street


Owner: Joel & Katherine Sandstrom

Driver: Joel Sandstrom

Class Index: 10.90


All vehicles in this class must be full-bodied cars and weigh no less than 2,800 pounds except for six-cylinder cars, which may have a minimum weight of 2,000 pounds, and four-cylinder- and rotary-powered cars (1,200 pounds). Engine and chassis modifications are virtually unlimited. Racers compete on a five-tenths Pro Tree.