IMCA Xtreme Motorsports Modifieds
exploded onto the racing scene in 1979, the IMCA Modifieds have become the calling card of IMCA, thrilling legions of new race fans every year. These high-flying, open-wheel stock cars push the limits of power and excitement on short tracks from coast to coast. Racing in front of millions of spectators each year, IMCA Modifieds have gained a reputation for fierce competitiveness that is as unique as the car itself.
WISSOTA Street Stocks
are the most "stock appearing" race cars racing under the WISSOTA banner. They feature a steel, stock appearing body most often Chevrolet Monte Carlo or Grand Prix styles from the late '70s and early 80s, when "metric" framed cars were predominant. Under the hood you'll most often find an engine anywhere from 307 to 350 cubic inches with limited rules that help to keep horsepower and costs contained. WISSOTA Street Stocks run on Hoosier E-Mod racing tires and the class is considered an entry level division, although many of the drivers in the class are very experienced, accomplished and talented.INEX Legend Cars
were formed in 1992, the officials at Charlotte Motor Speedway began noticing a great need all across North America. This need was very simple: an affordable racecar with a unique design that requires little maintenance time and cost. This was brought about because many short tracks have allowed the cost of their competing racecars to escalate out of control with "loose" rules. As a result of this research, in January 1992, US Legend Cars International, Inc. was launched and so began a highly-accelerated R&D program of a new racecar that would be affordable, race on smaller tracks and have low maintenance costs. It was then in April of 1992 that the first Legends Car was unveiled at the Lowe's Motor Speedway. The concept of creating a fun and affordable "spec" class of racing for anyone to participate in was born.
are the original entry level class, across the county this class has many variations. Hobby Stocks are meant for drivers that want to experiment with the sport of auto racing yet keeping the cost down as much as possible. This class is full of action packed racing with drivers of all talent levels behind the wheel. You never know what you will see when these cars take to the track!IMCA Mach-1 Sport Compact
is a barebones class, truly entry level, the IMCA Sport Compacts are not race cars, they are cars that race.They can be purchased off the street or at a salvage yard. Then you gut them, put in the safety equipment and go racing. This division is for younger drivers, not those that want to get out of late models or modifieds. It’s perfect for kids in high school, as there is a minimum age of 14. No one in this division can be licensed to compete in any other IMCA division.