The Hobby Stock car is an eight-cylinder stock car based on stock production cars. All cars have been modified for driver protections (roll a cage, racing seat and belts, fuel cells, etc.) The racing is extraordinarily competitive and a few of these drivers have progressed to the more sophisticated divisions.
What is a late model stock car?
A late model is a class of racing vehicle. It is the highest class of stock cars that race at a local level. Many regional touring series use late models. Racers of both dirt and asphalt Late Models have won the national championship of NASCAR Weekly Racing Series.
How fast does a late model go?
Late Model During a race, Late Models average 80 MPH in the corners and 100 on the straight-a-ways. Late Models use an American Racer 12 wide racing tire. With our track surface, a car will go through an average of 16 tires per racing season. Rear tires can last around 4 weeks and front tires can last up to 10 weeks.
How do you start a stock car?
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Can adults race Bandoleros?
The cars are built like miniature stock cars, with a tube frame and sheet metal cage. Drivers enter through the roof of the vehicle. Most drivers range from 8 to 14 years old, but older drivers can also race.