Check out the cars that race weekly at Norway Speedway
Bink's Coca-Cola LATE MODELS
Late Models are the top division to take to the third-mile oval at Norway Speedway. The cars are fully fabricated from the ground up as race cars and most of the major components have been built specifically for racing purposes. Sporting fiberglass bodies these cars approach 100 M.P.H. before entering the turns and they are the fastest of the weekly divisions in DCRA action.
AUTO VALUE SUPER STOCKS
Street Stocks are the intermediate division in Dickinson County Racing Association action. The cars are based off a stock passenger car frame and have stock steel bodies. Some minor modifications allowed making set-up very important, and the class is known for close competitive racing. This division is a stepping stone to the more expensive Late Models.
* Sportman Division is a mix between slammers, (factory, street and hobby) stocks, mid-size pickups and mini-vans. This class is known for a close competitve racing, the new division will gave race fans an opportunity to take to the track with minimal expense.
Jon Lasater State Farm Agency Stock 4 Cylinders
Mini-Stocks are the most affordable way to take to the track at Norway Speedway. The front-wheel drive compact cars that make up the class are only allowed modifications for safety. Everything else must run as produced at the factory. This division will give the race fan an opportunity to take to the track with a minimal expense.
Jon Lasater State Farm Agency Mod 4 cylinders
Modified Division are a step up from the stock 4 Division. Only engine,chassis,and suspension modifications are allowed. Safety modifications include roll cage, fuel cell, , driver compartment fire extinguisher, approved seat belts, and racing seat.