MSA - Midwest Sprintcar Association
MSA was founded in 1996 to create a Sprint Car class using hi-performance and durable 360 cubic inch motors that would be competitive, exciting, and affordable for a driver wanting to experience the thrill of sprint car racing. The MSA has frequently filled the stands to capacity with appearances at a total of twenty plus different tracks all around Wisconsin. With the rules focusing on driver ability and car setup, the MSA has been an attractive option for drivers looking for fun racing at a reasonable cost. An excellent mix of both experienced 410 class sprint car drivers, desiring to reduce costs, and first time drivers looking to take on the thrill of competing in a sprint car have joined the MSA. Throughout all the years MSA has continued to have car support greater than any other sprint car division within the Midwest on a nightly basis. The Midwest Sprintcar Association continues to grow and is again contending to be the largest sprint car group in the Midwest.
MSA - Midwest Sprintcar Association - tracks
- Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin USA
- Angell Park Speedway in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin USA
- Outagamie Speedway in Manitowoc, Wisconsin USA
- Plymouth Dirt Track in Plymouth, Wisconsin USA
- TNT Speedway in Three Lakes, Wisconsin USA