Shangri-La II Speedway Classes:
The Premier Car Classes will be:
Late Models · Sport Modified · Street Stocks, EST Trucks (4 Cyl)
All other car classes are still being determined and will be for special events only.
Check back here soon for more information!
Modified (Special Events Only):
Open Wheel Modifieds of one kind or another have been around since the late 1930’s and the NASCAR Modified division was formed as part of NASCAR's creation in December 1947. Today's cars are based on tubular chassis built by fabricators such as Troyer Engineering, Chassis Dynamics, Spafco, and Raceworks. Bodies are partial versions of passenger cars, largely fabricated from sheetmetal or Aluminum, A NASCAR Modified is eleven inches shorter in height, over twenty-three inches wider and also weighs almost 1000 lbs less than a Cup car. This results in a very fast, very nimble car that provides exciting racing and truly lives up to the nickname of Groundpounder.
A full bodied division providing competitive racing for the serious racer. These cars are all out race cars competing on 10” wide racing slicks and built with a Tubular Chassis, Fiberglass Body, Quick Change Rears and many other specialized parts.
The Sport Modified Division started out as an affordable open wheeled division based on the Modifieds. It has gone on to become a very popular division across the Northeast. This is a very competitive division for the serious racer and competes on 10” wide racing slicks and also is built with a Tubular Chassis, Aluminum Body, Quick Change Rears and many other specialized parts.
Competitive entry-level division that provides affordable racing for the serious beginning to intermediate racer.
EST Trucks (4 Cyl): Competitive developmental entry-level division that provides affordable racing for the serious beginning racer.
Late Model - $1,000.00 To Win
Sport Modified - $1,000.00 To Win
Street Stock - $800.00 To Win
EST Trucks - $400.00 To Win
Based on Minimum Car Counts
Note: In the case of disqualification the prize money and points will be forfeited. Next place Driver will get the position but the points and payout will remain with the position in which the car actually finished. Payout is available at the track one week after the race. Payouts will only be mailed upon request.