IMCA - International Motor Contest Association
The International Motor Contest Association (IMCA), organized in 1915, is the oldest active automobile racing sanctioning body in the United States. IMCA's mission is affordable, entertaining and competitive auto racing as a sanctioning body. We are committed to establishing and enforcing fair and consistent rules that will strengthen and promote the racing industry.
Since exploding onto the racing scene in 1979, the Modifieds have become the calling card of IMCA. These open wheel wonders push the limits of power and excitement. With a one-tire rule and the well-known engine claim, the grandstand enthusiast can now afford to strap on the safety belts and have a realistic opportunity to compete and WIN feature events. IMCA's other divisions incorporate these philosophies and are continuing to see excellent growth.
IMCA - International Motor Contest Association - divisions
Bay Area Modifieds Emerald Coast Tour, Hobby Stock, Late Model, Modified, Modified Empire State Series, Ohio Thunder Racesaver Sprint Car Series, Sport Compact, SportMod, Sprint Car, Stock Car, Western IMCA Sprints, Wild West Modified Shootout
IMCA - International Motor Contest Association - tracks
- Keller Auto Speedway in Hanford, California USA
- Coos Bay Speedway in Coos Bay, Oregon USA
- Northwest Florida Speedway in Baker, Florida USA
- Lawrenceburg Speedway in Lawrenceburg, Indiana USA
- Bakersfield Speedway in Bakersfield, California USA
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