MODIFIEDS Contact Mark Hughes 603-781-4815
One of the oldest types of racing in the United States, dating back to the days of the post-World War II coupes. The name for modified racing cars come from the fact that they are not stock but, rather, modified passenger cars. This differentiated them from Stock cars, that were based on production cars, in the early history of NASCAR. There are as many different sanctioning bodies for modifieds with each sanctioning body having different body styles and engine sizes.
(Please note that the division galleries are being updated as pictures become available.)
OUTLAWS Contact Tim Reynolds 207-827-0573
These expensive hand grenades are built extra hot, and may only survive one night's racing. But if they bring home the winner's prize, they're worth it!
LATE MODELS Contact Ben Overlock 207-542-2011
A "late model car" is a car which has been recently designed or manufactured, often the latest model. (An "early model car" or "classic car" is a car old enough to be of historical interest; there is no usual intermediate term.) The term is broadly used in car racing, and often appears in common use, as in: "The officer was driving an unmarked, late model sedan." The precise definition of "late model" varies.
Alan Gassett and Rosey Gerry members of WGVRA are excited to announce the opening of a new hobby class division for the 2016 season.
See schedule for the five Hobby Class races in the upcoming 2018 racing season.
This is a division formed for 20 second lap range vintage racecars. We are looking for interested participants who don't race on a regular basis but would be interested in gentlemen/exhibition racing three times for the upcoming season.
If you have a super fast car it won't fit this division.
There are no trophies, no bragging rights, and the real winners are the ones who come and have a super fun time.
This will be mind set racing, you must put away that gotta get to the front aggression...... So this may not work for some!
This also will not be parade laps, this will require team work!
We're also happy to announce that Marcia Barker has agreed to become the new Hobby Division Safety Team leader!
If you have questions or interested we want to hear from you!
But first, let's see if you or your car fit: