Super Nationals 2022

Late Models

Late Model Technical inspection – Drivers will receive a technical inspection sheet and inspection sticker in their driver’s packet at registration. Each driver must review the specific items on the sheet and place the inspection decal on the left front corner of the roof of their race car. This decal acknowledges the driver has reviewed the inspection sheet and must be on their car before they will be allowed on the track. Qualifying cars from the heats and features will be inspected. Car must have assigned number prominently displayed on both sides and roof. Executive Director of Competition Dave Brenn will oversee the entire process and Randy Anderson will head the IMCA Late Model inspection. All cars are subject to inspection at any time, and if you are told to change something, it must be changed before you are allowed to continue competing. If a driver is disqualified from post-race inspection following any qualifying race, that driver forfeits the starting position in any and all races for which qualified. 

Qualifying – Qualifying will be through heat races and “B” feature events to determine starting positions for Monday night’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature. Drivers will draw for heat race positions. Qualified drivers from heat races will redraw for starting positions in “A” feature.

Driver may attempt to qualify only one car per night. May not have more than one driver per car.


Northern SportMods

Technical inspection – Drivers will receive a technical inspection sheet and inspection sticker in their driver’s packet at registration. Each driver must review the specific items on the sheet and place the inspection decal on the left front corner of the roof of their race car. This decal acknowledges the driver has reviewed the inspection sheet and must be on their car before they will be allowed on the track. Qualifying cars from the heats and features will be inspected. Car must have assigned number prominently displayed on both sides and roof. Executive Director of Competition Dave Brenn will oversee the entire process and will head the IMCA SportMod inspection. All cars are subject to inspection at any time, and if you are told to change something, it must be changed before you are allowed to continue competing. If a driver is disqualified from post-race inspection following any qualifying race, that driver forfeits the starting position in any and all races for which qualified.

Qualifying – Qualifying will be through heat races and a series of feature events to determine starting positions for Saturday night’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature. Drivers will draw for heat race positions Monday and Tuesday night in a split draw format. Qualifying drivers from the heat races will redraw for starting position in the qualifying features. Top eight finishers in the Monday “A” feature will make up the inside row for Saturday’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature, and the top eight finishers in each of the two Tuesday “A” features will make up the middle and outside row. The top 24 drivers in points earned on Monday and Tuesday will compete on Wednesday and will be lined straight up by point totals. The top six finishers will complete the field for Saturday’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature. There will be no provisionals or alternates.

BSB Manufacturing SportMod Race of Champions – Qualifying will be open to all past national SportMod champions, past winners of the Race of Champions, past SportMod Super Nationals champions and current track champions, or point leaders as of noon on Sept. 3 if track season is not completed. Former champions must still be licensed in this division. Drawing for qualifying heat race position will be held on Monday and qualifying races will be on Tuesday. Race of Champions will be held on Saturday evening. Must run same car and engine as used for Super Nationals, and driver must compete in an IMCA SportMod all week to be eligible to qualify. Once a driver is qualified for the Race of Champions, he/she cannot attempt to qualify for a Race of Champions event in any other division.

Once a car/driver is qualified for the Saturday night IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature race, that driver may not attempt to qualify again, in the same or different car, without forfeiting his starting position already earned and points for that night. Should this occur, the next finishing driver in that qualifying feature is qualified for Saturday’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature. Changing of cars or engine options is permitted, but once a driver has competed in a second car, or with a second engine option, he/she must remain in that car, or with that engine option for the remainder of the week. Driver must run the same engine option in the feature that they used to qualify. Driver may attempt to qualify only one car per night. May not have more than one driver per car. 

Claiming procedures: Please read carefully!

All qualifying competitors will have their engines sealed or marked by IMCA inspectors, (including crate engines) and must run the same engine in the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature race. Exception to this rule is if the engine is damaged. Engine may be removed ONLY with the permission of IMCA Executive Director of Competition Dave Brenn. Any driver who removes sealed engine is ineligible to claim – NO EXCEPTIONS! Any driver who removes engine after qualifying is subject to having that engine claimed by any competitor in the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals. Failure to comply with this rule will result in normal penalties for refusal to sell.

Special for IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals — This claiming procedure will be used only for the 2022 IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals! The winner in Saturday’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals SportMod feature has no right of engine refusal, and must comply with this rule. Winner will be claimed regardless of whether they compete with a crate or claim engine. The engine will become the property of IMCA. 

At the conclusion of the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals Modified feature race, the engine will be sold at a public auction in the speedway infield. This is a cash-only auction, no personal checks will be accepted.

From the highest bid on the engine, $25 will go to the wrecker for pulling the engine, $25 to tech official, and the remainder will be divided equally between second through last-place finishers in the feature race. 

Positions 2-4 in the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals SportMod feature will be claimable, following standard IMCA claiming rules. $550 cash claim. IMCA officials reserve the right to claim any engine in the feature race. Engine claim refusal will result in permanent suspension from all IMCA sanctioned events.


Hobby Stocks

Hobby Stock Technical inspection – Drivers will receive a technical inspection sheet and inspection sticker in their driver’s packet at registration. Each driver must review the specific items on the sheet and place the inspection decal on the left front corner of the roof of their race car. This decal acknowledges the driver has reviewed the inspection sheet and must be on their car before they will be allowed on the track. Qualifying cars from the heats and features will be inspected. Car must have assigned number prominently displayed on both sides and roof. Executive Director of Competition Dave Brenn will oversee the entire process and Kirk Niehouse will head the IMCA Hobby Stock inspection. All cars are subject to inspection at any time, and if you are told to change something, it must be changed before you are allowed to continue competing. If a driver is disqualified from post-race inspection following any qualifying race, that driver forfeits the starting position in any and all races for which qualified. 

Qualifying – Qualifying will be through heat races and a series of feature events to determine starting positions for Saturday night’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature. Drivers will draw for heat race positions Monday and Tuesday night in a split draw format. Qualifying drivers from the heat races will redraw for starting position in the qualifying features. Top eight finishers in each of the two Monday “A” features will make up the inside and middle row for Saturday’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature, and the top eight finishers in the Tuesday “A” feature will make up the outside row. The top 24 drivers in points earned on Monday and Tuesday will compete on Wednesday and will be lined straight up by point totals. The top six finishers will complete the field for Saturday’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature. There will be no provisionals or alternates.

Stephenville Starter Hobby Stock Race of Champions – Qualifying will be open to all past national Hobby Stock champions, past winners of the Race of Champions, past Hobby Stock Super Nationals champions and current track champions, or point leaders as of noon on Sept. 3 if track season is not completed. Former champions must still be licensed in this division. Drawing for qualifying heat race position will be held on Monday and qualifying races will be on Tuesday. Race of Champions will be held on Saturday evening. Must run same car and engine as used for Super Nationals, and driver must compete in an IMCA Hobby Stock all week to be eligible to qualify. Once a driver is qualified for the Race of Champions, he/she cannot attempt to qualify for a Race of Champions event in any other division.

Once a car/driver is qualified for the Saturday night IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature race, that driver may not attempt to qualify again, in the same or different car, without forfeiting his starting position already earned and points for that night. Should this occur, the next finishing driver in that qualifying feature is qualified for Saturday’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature. Changing of cars or engine options is permitted, but once a driver has competed in a second car, or with a second engine option, he/she must remain in that car, or with that engine option for the remainder of the week. Driver must run the same engine option in the feature that they used to qualify. Driver may attempt to qualify only one car per night. May not have more than one driver per car. 

Claiming procedures: Please read carefully!

All qualifying competitors will have their engines sealed by IMCA inspectors (including crate engines) and must run the same engine in the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature race on Saturday night. Exception to this rule is if the engine is damaged during the qualifying feature. Engine may be removed ONLY with the permission of IMCA Executive Director of Competition Dave Brenn. Any driver who removes sealed engine is ineligible to claim – NO EXCEPTIONS! Any driver who removes engine after qualifying is subject to having that engine claimed by any competitor in the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals. Failure to comply with this rule will result in normal penalties for refusal to sell.

Special for IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals — This claiming procedure will be used only for the 2022 IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals! The winner in Saturday’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals Hobby Stock feature has no right of engine refusal, and must comply with this rule. Winner will be claimed regardless of whether they compete with a crate or claim engine. The engine will become the property of IMCA. 

At the conclusion of the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals Modified feature race, the engine will be sold at a public auction in the speedway infield. This is a cash-only auction, no personal checks will be accepted.

From the highest bid on the engine, $25 will go to the wrecker for pulling the engine, $25 to tech official, and the remainder will be divided equally between second through last-place finishers in the feature race. 

Positions 2-4 in the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals Hobby Stock feature will be claimable, following standard IMCA claiming rules. $550 cash claim. IMCA officials reserve the right to claim any engine in the feature race. Engine claim refusal will result in permanent suspension from all IMCA sanctioned events.


Modifieds

Modified Technical inspection – Drivers will receive a technical inspection sheet and inspection sticker in their driver’s packet at registration. Each driver must review the specific items on the sheet and place the inspection decal on the left front corner of the roof of their race car. This decal acknowledges the driver has reviewed the inspection sheet and must be on their car before they will be allowed on the track. Qualifying cars from the heats and features will be inspected. Car must have assigned number prominently displayed on both sides and roof. Executive Director of Competition Dave Brenn will oversee the entire process and will head the IMCA Modified inspection. All cars are subject to inspection at any time, and if you are told to change something, it must be changed before you are allowed to continue competing. If a driver is disqualified from post-race inspection following any qualifying race, that driver forfeits the starting position in any and all races for which qualified. 

Qualifying – Qualifying will be through heat races and a series of feature events to determine starting positions for Saturday night’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature. Drivers will draw for heat race positions Wednesday, Thursday and Friday night in a split draw format.  Qualified drivers will redraw for starting position in the qualifying features. Top four finishers in each Wednesday “A” feature will comprise the inside row for Saturday’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature; top four finishers in each Thursday “A” feature will comprise the middle row; and the top four finishers in each Friday “A” feature will comprise the outside row in the Saturday night finale. The last-chance races on Saturday will be lined up from points and will fill the remaining nine positions. There will be no provisionals or alternates.

Harris Auto Racing Modified Race of Champions — Qualifying will be open to all past national and regional Modified champions, past winners of the Race of Champions, past Modified Super Nationals champions and current track champions, or point leaders as of noon on Sept. 3 if track season is not completed. Drawing for qualifying heat race position will be held on Wednesday and qualifying races will be held on Thursday evening. Race of Champions will be held on Saturday evening. There will be no claim on the winner’s engine, but must run same car and engine as used for Super Nationals, and driver must compete in an IMCA Modified all week to be eligible to qualify. Once a driver is qualified for the Race of Champions, he/she cannot attempt to qualify for a Race of Champions event in any other division.

Fast Shafts All Star InvitationalNo claim on the winner’s engine, must run same car and engine as used for Super Nationals.

Once a car/driver is qualified for the Saturday night IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature race, that driver may not attempt to qualify again, in the same or different car, without forfeiting his starting position already earned and points for that night. Should this occur, the next finishing driver in that qualifying feature is qualified for Saturday’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature. Changing of cars or engine options is permitted, but once a driver has competed in a second car, or with a second engine option, he/she must remain in that car, or with that engine option for the remainder of the week. Driver must run the same engine option in the feature that they used to qualify. Driver may attempt to qualify only one car per night. May not have more than one driver per car. 

Claiming procedures: Please read carefully!

All qualifying competitors will have their engines sealed by IMCA inspectors and must run the same engine in the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature race on Saturday night. Exception to this rule is if the engine is damaged during the qualifying feature. Engine may be removed ONLY with the permission of IMCA Executive Director of Competition Dave Brenn. Any driver who removes sealed engine is ineligible to claim. NO EXCEPTIONS! Any driver who removes engine after qualifying is subject to having that engine claimed by any competitor in the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals. Failure to comply with this rule will result in normal penalties for refusal to sell.

Special for IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals — This claiming procedure will be used only for the 2022 IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals! The winner in Saturday’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals Modified feature has no right of engine refusal, and must comply with this rule. Winner will be claimed regardless of whether they compete with a crate or claim engine. That engine will become the property of IMCA. 

At the conclusion of the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals Modified feature race, the engine will be sold at a public auction in the speedway infield. This is a cash-only auction, no personal checks will be accepted.

From the highest bid on the engine, $25 will go to the wrecker for pulling the engine, $25 to tech official, and the remainder will be divided equally between second through last-place finishers in the feature race. 

Positions 2-4 in the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals Modified feature will also be claimable, following standard IMCA claiming rules – $1,050 cash or $100 and exchange. IMCA officials reserve the right to claim any engine in the feature race. Engine claim refusal will result in permanent suspension from all IMCA-sanctioned events.


Stock Cars

Stock Car Technical inspection – Drivers will receive a technical inspection sheet and inspection sticker in their driver’s packet at registration. Each driver must review the specific items on the sheet and place the inspection decal on the left front corner of the roof of their race car. This decal acknowledges the driver has reviewed the inspection sheet and must be on their car before they will be allowed on the track. Qualifying cars from the heats and features will be inspected. Car must have assigned number prominently displayed on both sides and roof. Executive Director of Competition Dave Brenn will oversee the entire process and Kirk Niehouse will head the IMCA Stock Car inspection. All cars are subject to inspection at any time, and if you are told to change something, it must be changed before you are allowed to continue competing. If a driver is disqualified from post-race inspection following any qualifying race, that driver forfeits the starting position in any and all races for which qualified. 

Qualifying – Qualifying will be through heat races and a series of feature events to determine starting positions for Saturday night’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature. Drivers will draw for heat race positions Wednesday, Thursday and Friday night in a split draw format. Qualifying drivers from the heat races will redraw for starting position in the qualifying features. Top four finishers in each of the Wednesday, Thursday and Friday “A” features will comprise the inside, middle and outside row, respectively. The top 24 drivers in points will be lined up straight up in a last chance race on Saturday to determine the final six spots in the Saturday night finale. There will be no provisionals or alternates.

Sunoco Stock Car Race of Champions — Qualifying will be open to all past national Stock Car champions, past winners of the Race of Champions, past Stock Car Super Nationals champions and current track champions, or point leaders as of noon on Sept. 3 if track season is not completed. Former champions must still be licensed in this division. Drawing for qualifying heat race position will be held on Wednesday and qualifying races will be held on Thursday. Race of Champions will be held on Saturday evening. Must run same car and engine as used for Super Nationals, and driver must compete in an IMCA Stock Car all week to be eligible to qualify. Once a driver is qualified for the Race of Champions, he/she cannot attempt to qualify for a Race of Champions event in any other division.

Once a car/driver is qualified for the Saturday night IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature race, that driver may not attempt to qualify again, in the same or different car, without forfeiting his starting position already earned and points for that night. Should this occur, the next finishing driver in that qualifying feature is qualified for Saturday’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature. Changing of cars or engine options is permitted, but once a driver has competed in a second car, or with a second engine option, he/she must remain in that car, or with that engine option for the remainder of the week. Driver must run the same engine option in the feature that they used to qualify. Driver may attempt to qualify only one car per night. May not have more than one driver per car. 

Claiming procedures: Please read carefully!

All qualifying competitors will have their engines sealed by IMCA inspectors and must run the same engine in the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature race on Saturday night. Exception to this rule is if the engine is damaged during the qualifying feature. Engine may be removed ONLY with the permission of IMCA Executive Director of Competition Dave Brenn. Any driver who removes sealed engine is ineligible to claim. NO EXCEPTIONS! Any driver who removes engine after qualifying is subject to having that engine claimed by any competitor in the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals. Failure to comply with this rule will result in normal penalties for refusal to sell.

Special for IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals — This claiming procedure will be used only for the 2022 IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals! The winner in Saturday’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals Stock Car feature has no right of engine refusal, and must comply with this rule. The engine will become the property of IMCA. 

At the conclusion of the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals Modified feature race, the engine will be sold at a public auction in the speedway infield. This is a cash-only auction, no personal checks will be accepted.

From the highest bid on the engine, $25 will go to the wrecker for pulling the engine, $25 to tech official, and the remainder will be divided equally between second through last-place finishers in the feature race. 

Positions 2-4 in the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals Stock Car feature will also be claimable, following standard IMCA claiming rules – $550 cash or $100 and exchange. IMCA officials reserve the right to claim any engine in the feature race. Engine claim refusal will result in permanent suspension from all IMCA sanctioned events.


Sport Compacts

Sport Compact Technical inspection – Drivers will receive a technical inspection sheet and inspection sticker in their driver’s packet at registration. Each driver must review the specific items on the sheet and place the inspection decal on the left front corner of the roof of their race car. This decal acknowledges the driver has reviewed the inspection sheet and must be on their car before they will be allowed on the track. Qualifying cars from the heats and features will be inspected. Car must have assigned number prominently displayed on both sides and roof. Executive Director of Competition Dave Brenn will oversee the entire process and will head the IMCA Sport Compact inspection. All cars are subject to inspection at any time, and if you are told to change something, it must be changed before you are allowed to continue competing. If a driver is disqualified from post-race inspection following any qualifying race, that driver forfeits the starting position in any and all races for which qualified. 

Qualifying – Qualifying will be through heat races and “B” feature events to determine starting positions for Tuesday night’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature. Drivers will draw for heat race positions. Qualified drivers from heat races will redraw for starting positions in “A” feature.

Driver may attempt to qualify only one car per night. May not have more than one driver per car. 

Claiming procedures: Please read carefully!

Positions 1-4 in the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals Sport Compact feature will be claimable, following standard IMCA claiming rules. $1,500 cash claim or $500 and exchange on complete car. IMCA officials reserve the right to claim any car in the feature race. Claim refusal will result in permanent suspension from all IMCA sanctioned events.


STARS Mod Lites

Mod Lite Technical inspection – Drivers will receive a technical inspection sheet and inspection sticker in their driver’s packet at registration. Each driver must review the specific items on the sheet and place the inspection decal on the left front corner of the roof of their race car. This decal acknowledges the driver has reviewed the inspection sheet and must be on their car before they will be allowed on the track. Qualifying cars from the heats and features will be inspected. Car must have assigned number prominently displayed on both sides and roof. Executive Director of Competition Dave Brenn will oversee the entire process and STARS Mod Lite Director Jimmy May will lead the IMCA Mod Lite inspection. All cars are subject to inspection at any time, and if you are told to change something, it must be changed before you are allowed to continue competing. If a driver is disqualified from post-race inspection following any qualifying race, that driver forfeits the starting position in any and all races for which qualified. 

Qualifying – Qualifying will be through heat races and “B” feature events to determine starting positions for Sunday night’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals feature. Drivers will draw for heat race positions. Qualified drivers from heat races will redraw for starting positions in “A” feature.

Driver may attempt to qualify only one car per night. May not have more than one driver per car.