What is Mini Stock racing?

What is Mini Stock racing?

The Mini Stock division is designed to promote greater interest in stock car competition and to enable new and inexperienced drivers and owners to compete in their own class. It enables individuals with moderate means to participate without spending a significant amount of money for race equipment.

How much does a mini stock race car cost?

Mini Stocks can range anywhere between $2500-$6000 depending on the type of chassis (car frame) and engine. During a race, Jr. Mini Stocks can average 55 MPH in the corners and 60 on the straight-a-ways.

How fast do mini stock cars go?

Mini-cup racing Top speed is 80-100 mph. Cars cost between $8,000 and $9,000 new, $3,000 to $4,500 used.

How old do you have to be to race mini stocks?

Minimum age for drivers is fourteen (14) years old. B. Drivers under sixteen (16) years old must have officials’ approval and parent’s consent from filled out prior to going on track.

What engines do Mini Stocks have?

Ministocks are built to resemble New Zealand Stockcars, but unlike Stockcars, Ministocks are a non-contact class. The engines in them are from Nissans (a12) and also Toyota 3K engines. Nissan engines are the most popular with the Ministock class, but with donor cars slowly disappearing, more Toyota’s are being used.

How much does it cost to start dirt track racing?

For those starting from the ground up, the total cost comes out to $420,000. Now, that might sound a little high when our previous target for a national Dirt Late Model was around $500,000. Many people would think racing a Modified should be much less.

How much do Street stocks cost?

Street Stocks can range anywhere between $3,000 – $10,000 depending on the type of chassis (car frame) and engine.

How fast do mini Late Models go?

Late model These cars are considered to be the most sophisticated cars in dirt racing. They hit speeds well over 100 mph (160 km/h) and slide around the dirt corners. They are raced on dirt tracks throughout the country anywhere from 1/5 to one mile. The expense for these cars is significant.

What is a junior sprint car?

Drivers ages 6 through 12 may compete in the Junior Sprint Class. A driver whose 13th. birthday falls during the racing season will be allowed to finish the season in which they. began accruing points before their birthday. Exception: drivers age 5 with prior racing.

How do you get into stock car racing NZ?

A competitor must hold a Speedway New Zealand Competition Licence before taking part in any activity on a track – including training, practice or racing. There are two types of competition licence available, a full licence and a one-day or novelty licence.

How old do you have to be to race stock cars?

Age Requirements To participate in our driving program, you must be 18 years of age and have a valid driver’s license.

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