There is no increase in application fees: Cost is $115 for Modifieds, $135 for Late Models, $105 for Sprint Cars, $95 for Stock Cars and West Coast Super Stocks, $90 for Northern and Southern SportMods, $85 for Hobby Stocks and $60 for Sport Compacts.
Associate/crew member memberships, which are optional, also run $60. There’s a $50 additional fee for minors ages 14-17, which will be waived as part of “IMCA’s Valentine’s Day Sweetheart Deal” if the application is made before a deadline of Friday, Feb. 14.
Applications from outside the continental United States are also subject to an additional $50 fee.
“Currently, anyone interested in purchasing a license can go to our website, print and mail the hard copy form along with the application fee,” said IMCA Vice President of Operations Brett Root. “They can also call the home office (319 472-2201) or buy their license at the track on opening night.”
“We anticipate that they’ll be able to complete the entire purchase process through the website around Feb. 1,” he added.
Purchase of a 2014 IMCA membership includes a $50,000 excess medical insurance policy, with a $5,000 deductible, in effect at any sanctioned event, and a $5,000 accidental death, dismemberment and paralysis policy, effective at or while traveling to or from any sanctioned event.
A subscription to the monthly Inside IMCA newsletter is also part of the membership fee.